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SEPTEMBER 2020

Pentagon Is Concerned That About Half Of US Troops Does Not See Russia As Enemy

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Pentagon Is Concerned That About Half Of US Troops Does Not See Russia As Enemy

In this photo taken on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019, a sun ray illuminates St. Basil’s Cathedral on Red Square during a cold winter day in Moscow, Russia. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

DANGER DANGER! The Pentagon is concerned  that ahe 2nd annual Reagan National Defense Survey, completed in late October, found 46% of armed services households questioned said they viewed Russia as ally. Furtyermore, the survey found 28% of Americans identified Russia as an ally, up from 19% the previous year.

The Pentagon is sure that this is a result of the complex Russian disinformation campaign. You know, these Russkies are right now preparing to nuke the US, but hide their plans behind propagnada.

“There is an effort, on the part of Russia, to flood the media with disinformation to sow doubt and confusion,” Defense Department spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Carla Gleason told VOA.

“This is not only through discordant and inflammatory dialogue but through false narratives designed to illicit sympathetic views,” she said, adding, “we are actively working to expose and counter Russian disinformation whenever possible.”

Despite this, the situation seems to be still under control of the Washington establishment. 71% of all Americans and 53% of military households still views Russia as an enemy. Nonetheless, the position of armed services households that apparently see ‘evil Russkies’ more often then their civil counterpart will likely become the reason of a new wave of censorship and propaganda by mainstream media outlets.

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