“Mobiki” and “claps” are banned: the media of the Russian Federation received new manuals for covering the war (photo)
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The abbreviation Armed Forces of Ukraine, they will talk about the military leadership of the Ukrainian troops with reference to the phrase “Western curators of Kyiv.” And it is recommended that Russians fleeing mobilization be branded as “relocators”, “fugitives” and “survivors”.
In the Russian Federation, amendments were made to temniks for propaganda media. New terminological instructions relate to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Ukrainian leadership and sabotage in the occupied territories. This was reported by the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine.
Russian propagandists will now have to get used to new terms in their coverage of the war in Ukraine. Such a step in the GUR was explained by the increased dissatisfaction with the war among the Russian population.
According to the new requirements, propagandists should be more respectful of the mobilized citizens of the Russian Federation – such a neologism as “mobiks” has fallen under the ban. At the same time, citizens who are fleeing the mobilization from Russia are advised to ridicule and stigmatize with such words as “relocants”, “refugees” and “survivors”.
Russian propagandists will henceforth have to call the Armed Forces of Ukraine exclusively “militants” “, “nationalists” or “military formations”.
- The abbreviation “AFU” is prohibited;
- Foreigners serving in the Foreign Legion of the APU are “mercenaries”;
- The leadership of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is the Kyiv regime;
- The military command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine should be mentioned with reference to the phrase “Western curators of Kyiv”.
The list of stop words included and such newspeak elements of Russian propaganda as “pops” and “fires”. The Russian media will have to replace them with strikes, explosions or sabotage.
According to the Main Intelligence Directorate, the appearance of new manuals indicates growing discontent in society. And the Russian leadership traditionally tries to manipulate the population, instead of solving existing problems.