Russian propaganda justifies its anti-Semitism
Dmitry Kiselyov has said that Russia is a historically Muslim country
Dmitry Kiselyov has found a justification for Russian anti-Semitism. According to his statements, Russia is a historically Muslim country. And for Muslims, according to Russian state television, anti-Semitism is a cultural norm.
"This suggests that anti-Semitism is a traditional value for the Russian Federation."
We have to see a lot of wild things. But to say that no civilizational progress can resist savagery and animal instincts, and that this is inherent in a certain religious community, and on this basis to justify these wild instincts, is a new level of Russian propagandists' vitriol. It is not surprising that they are already devouring not only the environment but also each other.
And no one but Russian propagandists allow themselves to justify Hamas terrorists in such a fierce way. "Hamas has never said that they want all Israelis dead," is a direct quote from the propagandist who plays the fictional Antonina on Channel One.
"Hamas was not spoken to. Hear Hamas".
About the author. Olha Len, Espreso journalist.
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