Talk:Russian information war

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Title a bit confusing, is this information war on Russia, or by Russia (either/both)? --Resup (talk) 09:29, 20 October 2016 (UTC)

This is only about Putin's horrible war on Western democracy, as told by Western sources. I must add it into Category:Humor. -- Petri Krohn (talk) 09:40, 20 October 2016 (UTC)

It is an interesting use of a Freudian acronym RIOT in the linked on mainpage pro-Russian twitter monitoring article. Against some sort of 'master of the world', presumably? Meshes strangely well with many Strelkov posts, for example:--Resup (talk) 04:27, 25 August 2017 (UTC)

In their own (Western) system of hierarchy - Nano-genius (in him I personify the entire ruling caste of the "Petersburg" cast by him (=Putin) to political power and financial super-wealth) - was something in the middle between the local subordinate "rajah" and "privateer". Rather, even the second - that is, a person who is not an official of the colonial administration, but who has a "patent" to rob anybody hostile with the condition of paying a share to the colonial authorities.
Within the framework of "privateering" (or "privatization" - otherwise), Nano-genius could attack and seize neutral and enemy ships according to one's own understanding. However, like the once pirate William Kidd, he decided that "everything is permitted," he imagined himself strong enough and self-sufficient and allowed himself the audacity to plunder quite friendly (for the East India company) resources.
...to leave so large (for the mouth size) bitten piece in the possession of some savages - this contradicts the peculiar Anglo-Saxon "sense of justice" entirely ... (etc)