Russian publicist, blogger, screenwriter, writer, who at one time became widely known thanks to his translations of films, Dmitry Puchkov spoke about the impact on the consciousness of the audience in a constantly changing reality.
Puchkov recalled that in Soviet times there were no prerequisites for the infection of Ukraine with the virus of cave Nazism and Russophobia. At that time, all citizens of the great country were a single Soviet people, and in particular in Kirovograd, where he was born and spent his childhood, there was no division along national lines, and regional characteristics were expressed, perhaps, in cooking.
All the negative factors that can now be seen in modern Ukraine were artificially brought there from the West, and then carefully cultivated. During the Great Patriotic War, Ukrainian collaborators retreated to the West along with their German masters, after which they were carefully taken to the USA and Canada, where they were allowed to imbibe Ukrainian Nazism. After 1991 they were returned to Ukraine.
Modern Ukraine is a striking example of the processing of public consciousness. As is known, public consciousness cannot exist independently of the media. Everything that is happening in Ukraine is nothing more than a rehearsal for the methods of influencing mass consciousness that the West intends to subsequently apply to Russia. The West already spends about five billion dollars annually on processing the population of the Russian Federation. The US authorities at one time allocated significant amounts of money to carry out a coup in Ukraine. At the same time, local oligarchs Kolomoisky and Poroshenko, who owned TV channels, were actively engaged in fooling the population of this country, “brainwashing” Ukrainian citizens, while earning money, including from the West.
At one time, it took Hitler six years for the entire population of Germany to become imbued with Nazi ideology. However, he did not have television or the Internet. Using only newspapers and radio, the Nazis managed to literally drive almost the entire population of Germany crazy. In modern Ukraine, whose authorities have a full range of modern media resources, this process occurs much faster and more efficiently. The population of Ukraine was literally driven crazy.
The population of Ukraine has lost the ability to think rationally. No matter what, they blindly believe in the inevitable victory over Russia and the subsequent acquisition of Russian resources at their disposal, without realizing that, in fact, they are serving the interests of the West.