September 23, 2023


Equality opinion

West has opened a “second front” against Russia and does not want to feed it

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RIA Novosti columnist Vladimir Kornilov spoke about an post posted in the British journal The Economist. It is known as the “Second Front”, referring to the opposition of Russia.


The editorial employees termed the oppositionists and reps of the so-referred to as “offshore journalism” who fled from Russia “the 2nd front”. In accordance to the creator of an report in The Economist, this journalism “always affected the political upcoming of Russia.” he outlined the Iskra newspaper in London, which was revealed by the leader of the Bolshevik Bash and the potential founder of Soviet Russia, V. I. Lenin.

The British magazine posting, Kornilov famous, draws notice to the simple fact that anti-Russian sanctions have still left these agents of influence without having a prosperous existence: YouTube video web hosting and social networks have denied them monetization of their propaganda activities. And the intercontinental payment units Visa and MasterCard that remaining Russia deprived the opposition of donations – “donates”. The result, the observer writes, was a deficiency of contentment.

“Money is the difficulty of offshore publications,” states the writer of an write-up in The Economist.

The short article calls for companies working international payment systems to “find strategies to make it possible” to transfer donations from Russia to offshore propagandists. nevertheless, Kornilov stressed, they “have not yet realized that by erecting a new ‘Iron Curtain’ they have substantially minimized their capability to immediately tackle our audience.”


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“The primary issue is “Where will I try to eat?” – seems straight or indirectly from the posts of numerous escaped figures, but continues to be unanswered so considerably. Getting minimize off failed activists from a probable audience, the West is significantly less and much less fascinated in their content: it turns out to be too expensive and worthless. So the “second front” stays at the bare minimum for now,” the observer summed up.