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For one day, the viewers of "1go" in the Russian Federation, for example, to see the whole bitter truth, the whole day, even if the management and employees of "1go", will have to sit down.
The employees themselves must be willing to commit such sabotage. Realizing the risk of being temporarily imprisoned. They will become heroes of Russia and the world.
Necessary in terms of audience reach, citizens will see this and be outraged enough to change and finally free their country from the crazy old man and the world from war.
Perhaps the first example: The woman with the placard "Stop the war, don't believe the propaganda" - Channel One editor Marina Ovsyannikova - has already accomplished such a feat on March 14th.
Ideally, the entire editorial staff would unite and organize a special 12-hour broadcast / let the tape play and walk away.
71% of Russians support the war with Ukraine, according to two polls by a group of independent Russian sociologists obtained by Radio Liberty.
Overall, only two out of five Russians expressed concern about the war. Russians who support the war feel emotions such as pride, joy, respect, trust and hope.
We cannot imagine how many people in Russia support Putler. We don't understand how one can not understand something, just look at Katz for example.
The reality is that the population of Russia is 140M. And Katz's audience is less than 1M. And it's no secret that half of it is Belarusians.
Those few Russians who understand everything and try to fight are deeply depressed, feel despair and powerlessness.
The products of Putler's propaganda are packaged much better than our agrotrash.
Turns out Russians don't even know their internet freaks who support the government, like Lebedev, who had an office and a team in Kiev and now has re-branded himself condemning the war. They don't hear rock stars like Makarevich, Zemfira, or pop stars like Labada or Slepakov. Even the anti-war statements of the public's favorite Urgant in social networks are not known to many people.
Russians watch television.
There are people in key positions in Putler's propaganda. They may be few in number, but they are there.
They may still be raising their children and teaching them goodness. They probably still condemn the horrors of war and remember the stories of their older relatives' suffering.
They would most likely be horrified by the images of deaths of Russian-speaking people, in their opinion, like themselves. These people are not ready to believe easily that their army can do such a thing.
But neither are they ready to accept it when reality begins to break through more and more strongly into life around them. When it becomes harder and harder to deny the casualties among the children of people they know who have gone into the army.
Even if they are impenetrable, and don't value the lives of others, they still value their reputation, and they already see how much they lose every day.
We can help them accept reality.
In the 20th we were not prepared enough.
Nevertheless, we managed to influence people in our media enough to get the regime to invite RF shtrekbreakers.
Today we have the experience. We have organized and effective chatbots like Stop Propaganda. We have self-organized volunteer groups.
Putin has nowhere to invite shtrekbreakers to Russian TV.
We united half of Europe to personally pressure the President of the International Ice Hockey Federation, René Fasel, after his acts of support for a dictator, and succeeded - René Fasel resigned in disgrace.
  1. Gather the target audience.
Collect a list of influential stakeholders in Putler's propaganda, as well as presenters, from people who simply work at First, to stars like Urgant, to executives like Ernst, to egregious propagandists like Solovyov and Kiselyov. Collect their links to their social media profiles. Internal Influencers are needed.
  1. Prepare materials for mailings
  • Prepare texts of personal questions, appeals for mass attack of the target audience. Press on emotions and humanity.
  • Collect links to materials to use in the texts of appeals above. Emotional real footage of civilians and children.
  1. organize the process - Chat bots - distribution of tasks
  • Chat bots by analogy with Belarusian as Channel - @stopbotluka
group -
and similar ones
  • Organizers of separate channels for Twitter, Tiktok, Youtube, Telegram, FB, VK, etc. Odnoklassniki, etc.
  • Channels of influence should be reconsidered in light of the disconnection of rf from social networks of non_russian social networks. Networks. Then, it makes sense to focus on the remaining VK, Odnoklassniki, etc., paying special attention to security.
  • Email and telephone distribution. It is relatively easy to email contacts of Russian Influencers. See separate initiative.
  • It is possible to expand the mailing to a wider audience: lists with about a million contacts of Russians have already been merged in the network.
  1. Control and correction
What and how can be measured to understand success (use experience and think again).
  1. Scaling
Outreach to similar Russian groups, transfer of experience. We need to continue working on Belarus as well.
Channel 1
( or, if it does not open, networks.гцѕВедущиеПетр Tolstoy (17.5 million), however, a significant part of these funds is the Duma salarySocial networks: ...Larisa Krymova Since 2007, she has been Director of Public Relations at Channel One.ManagementGeneral Director - Konstantin Ernst.Social networks: ...First Deputy General Director, General Producer - Alexander FayfmanDeputy General Director for Public and Political Broadcasting - Alexander FayfmanDeputy General Director for Social and Political Broadcasting Yuri AksyutaDirector of the Creative Planning Directorate - Elena AfanasyevaDeputy Director General for Strategic Planning - Mikhail BrichkalevichChief Director - Roman ButovskyDirector of the Planning and Financing Directorate - Tatiana GaraninaChief Accountant - Alexei DrozdovGeneral Director of "Channel One. World Wide Web - Alexey EfimovDirector of the Directorate of Public and Political Broadcasting - Lyudmila Kazhuro-SnigirevaManager of Affairs - Andrey KiselevDirector of the Documentary Film Directorate - Svetlana KolosovaDirector of the Public Relations and Internet Broadcasting Directorate - Larisa KrymovaDirector of the Public Relations and Internet Broadcasting Directorate - Larisa KrymovaDirector of the Public Relations and Internet Broadcasting Directorate - Svetlana Kolosova. Larisa KrymovaDirector of the Advertising Directorate- Sergei KuvaldinChief Artist- Dmitry LikinChief of Security Service- Vadim LuzhkovDirector and Director of Post Production Directorate- Anton NenashevHead of Legal Service- Dmitry OrlovDirector of Morning Edition Directorate- Kirill RybakDirector of Morning Edition Directorate- Dmitry Orlov Kirill RybakDirector of the Program Directorate- Sergei SokolovDirector of the Screening Directorate- Sergei TitinkovDirector of the Program Planning Directorate- Olga VorontsovaDirector of the Program Distribution Networks Directorate- Valentina UdalovaDirector of the Scientific and Popular Programs Directorate- Andrei Tsvintarova. Director of the Sports Broadcasting Directorate - Olga ChernosvitovaDirector of the Commercial Directorate - Peter ShepinDirector of the Broadcast Design Directorate - Alexey ShmakovDirector of the Strategic Audience Research Directorate - Sergey Belokopytov.
Naila Asker-Zadeh, host of the program "Acting Persons" - receives 6 million 508 thousand 202 rubles
Olga Skabeeva of Russia 1, according to The Insider, receives 12.8 million rubles
Yevgeny Popov, Skabeyeva's husband and her partner in the talk show "60 Minutes" has an annual income of 12.9 million rubles.
Andrei Norkin is the host of the program "Mesto Vstrechi" his annual income is 4.3 million rubles
Dmitry Kiselyov, who only hosts the weekly program Vesti Nedeli. Kiselyov's annual income for appearing once a week with stories about radioactive ash is Br4.6 million.
Roman Babayan - host of the program "Svaya Pravda" and a deputy of the Moscow City Duma: 12.2 million rubles.
Ren TV
Andrei Dobrov - 6 million 973 thousand a year. His author's program "Dobrov on Air" is broadcast on REN-TV
Other propagandists
Materials - what to write
Main theses for Belarusians
Materials prompt:
Information struggle within the framework of the Belarusan anti-war movement
A handbook for anti-war arguments in the family and workplace

Народные санкции Анастасия Березина

Belarusians are protesting not only in the streets…
Belarusians protest not only in the streets: during the year several other ways to pressure the regime from inside have appeared. One of them is "protest with the purse". People have tried to avoid paying utility bills, withdraw deposits from banks, and boycott companies associated with the authorities. The purpose of all this is to take money away from the regime so that it cannot pay the security forces and suppress protests. "Batons don't work for free," Pavel Latushko, a politician and head of the People's Anti-Crisis Directorate, said in one of his videos.
Real Time tells what the Belarusians have been doing and which of these steps have worked.
This material is part of a special project "Belarus. The Year of Protests."
Not paying for utilities
What is the idea? All public utilities in Belarus are state-owned; if you stop paying them, the money will not go to the authorities. "No one has any guarantees where your money from paying for utilities will go. So it's time to show the housing and utilities who's the boss," said one of the publications calling to refuse to pay.
Did it work? The calls to ignore payments have not gone unnoticed. In some districts of Minsk in August last year there appeared notices from local housing and utilities companies explaining that the money for utilities goes to the accounts of those who provide services (UE "Minskovodoknal," UE "Mingaz," housing and utilities company, RUE "Minskenergo," etc.), and not somewhere else.
Belarusian state TV channels also did not pass by the topic and produced stories about "destructive appeals", convincing the viewers that citizens did not fall for them.
As of November 1, 2020, 10% of Minsk residents were overdue on utility payments, the total amount of arrears - almost 9 million Belarusian rubles ($3.5 million). In February 2021, Minister of Housing and Communal Services Andrei Khmel said on air of the TV channel "Belarus 1" that about every tenth personal account in the country was in arrears with utility payments. In October-December 2020, the number of overdue personal accounts reached 470-490 thousand, while on January 1, 2021 there were just over 400 thousand of them. But the official did not see anything terrible in this: according to him, 70% of debtors had debts for no more than three months.
At about the same time, a payment notice was posted on the Internet in the name of Irina Karpenkova, the wife of Nikolai Karpenkova, the former head of the State Department of Budgetary and Budgetary Control and now Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs. The payment is issued for February 2021, in which the arrears are more than 10 thousand rubles (about $4 thousand): 2.6 thousand rubles - the debt for the past period, and 7.2 thousand - a penalty as of February 28. In social networks immediately began to joke that Karpenkov joined the initiative not to pay the utilities and leave the security forces without money.
The call not to pay housing and utilities services appeared in the first days of the protests in the summer of 2020, but soon it began to be forgotten. In addition, there were known cases when water and electricity were cut off after two months of non-payment.
Don't keep money in banks, withdraw deposits
What's the idea? If you don't keep money in banks, the authorities won't be able to take it away. Besides, it will complicate the whole system. "In a few months, devaluation will come. There will be restrictions on currency transactions, on deposit withdrawals, or the regime will simply start robbing our accounts. Now all their hope is only in our money," Pavel Latushko said.
Did it work? It seems that it did. Indeed, Belarusians are actively taking money from bank deposits. Only in August 2020, citizens withdrew Br975.4 million (about $388 million in equivalent) from their ruble deposits, while from foreign currency deposits - $624.3 million. According to the National Bank, as of March 1, 2021, the outflow reached $1.75 billion for the year, while the volume of foreign currency savings of individuals amounted to $5.83 billion at the beginning of March this year.
In the first seven months of 2021, according to the statistical report of the National Bank, Belarusians took $717.5 million in foreign currency deposits from banks.
The outflow of deposits is a real threat to the economy, says the National Bank. It creates increased pressure on the liquidity of banks. This situation limits the banks' ability to provide credit support to the economy. These are "stressful conditions," in which the Belarusian economy has been living for more than a year.
Actively buy currency
What is the idea? If one doesn't keep money in Belarusian rubles, it will worsen the ruble's position, shake up the economy and harm the authorities. "We keep only the minimum necessary for life in rubles," suggest the supporters of this measure.
Did it work? Partially. According to statistics, Belarusians do buy more currency than they sell. In the first half of 2021, the purchase of currency exceeded the sale by $410.7 million.
However, this has not affected the rate of the Belarusian ruble against foreign currencies yet.
The situation was much more serious in August 2020. Then people withdrew more than $4 billion from deposits - the dollar exchange rate against the Belarusian ruble went up sharply. At that moment, the authorities took special measures: they introduced restrictions on providing liquidity to banks. This step seriously affected the credit market and complicated the work of businesses, but allowed to keep the Belarusian ruble exchange rate unchanged: it has not changed for almost a year now.
Boycott companies - "Lukashenko's purses»
There are businessmen in Belarus whose success is associated with Aliaksandr Lukashenka and his interests. Presidential decrees give them elite land for construction projects, as well as assistance in their work - up to monopoly conditions. It is not known whether the authorities get something in return, but the press calls such businesses "Lukashenko's purses".
The Presidential Property Management Department itself earns money: its structure includes 79 organizations, including stores, hotels, agricultural complexes, factories and construction trust.
What is the idea? People were urged not to use the services of these companies, so as not to bring profit to the regime. Lists of producers of food, clothing, chain stores, restaurants and sanatoriums were distributed in social networks. The Krama app appeared, which shows whether the manufacturer is connected with the current authorities by the barcode of the goods.
Did it work? It's hard to say. While none of the "wallets" have closed down, most of the businesses on the list do not publish their financial results. Below are a few examples of companies that have shared their figures.
"Savushkin Product" is a producer of dairy products, part of the "Santa" group of companies, headed by businessman Alexander Moshenski, close to Lukashenko. According to the results of 2020, the company reported on the growth of all key indicators: revenue, profit and cost of goods sold became higher. A similar situation with the chain of stores "Santa": its revenue grew by 77% in 2020.
"Energo-OIL is the former company of businessman Aleksei Oleksin. The businessman was blacklisted by the European Union because of possible ties with Lukashenka; at the same time, Oleksin transferred key assets to his sons. After Lukashenko's decree, Energo-OIL became the official and only importer of IQOS tobacco heating systems in Belarus. According to Philip Morris, the manufacturer of these systems, their sales have been on an upward trend over the past year. "We reached almost 7% of sales in Minsk in the second quarter," reads the company's report. However, in July, the manufacturer decided to stop working with Energo-OIL and no longer sell IQOS in Belarus.
MTS Belarus is a telecom operator, 51% of its shares are owned by the state, while 49% - by the Russian group of companies MTS. In social networks, along with the lists of "pro-government" companies, Belarusians published calls to move to other operators. According to official reports, the outflow of subscribers turned out to be insignificant, while the subscriber base of MTS in 2020 and early 2021 "remained stable": neither decreased nor increased.
Reduce alcohol and tobacco consumption
What's the idea? To deprive the budget of an important source of income - excise duties. Alcoholic beverages and tobacco are subject to additional excise duty in Belarus, which means that they bring especially much money to the budget. For example, a bottle of vodka in Belarus costs an average of Br8.5 ($3.4), of which Br1.7 (68 cents) is value added tax and another Br1.06 (42 cents) - excise duty. Excise taxes account for 7-8% of all revenues to the budget.
"If you can quit before you win completely, super," reads one message urging you to give up bad habits completely.
Did it work? Partially. Alcohol consumption in Belarus has indeed decreased, but not radically on the national scale. According to official data, in the first six months of 2021, Belarusians bought 1-2% less beer, wine and vodka than in the same period a year ago. At the same time, the figures themselves remain impressive: more than 84 million bottles of vodka alone were bought in the country for 6 months - about 9 bottles per each resident of the country. Belarus has repeatedly found itself at the top of the rating of the most "drinking" countries in the world.
The Belarusian authorities do not publish statistics on cigarette sales, but they actively catch and imprison people for the intention to "damage or burn tobacco kiosks" - the very "tobacco kiosks" owned by businessman Aleksei Oleksin.
Withdraw money from cards, don't pay cash
What's the idea? Pay in cash, so that banks cannot take money from cards or dispose of it.
"Pay for goods and services in cash, without a check, "past the cash register". Use bulletin boards, "hand-to-mouth" purchases. "When we ourselves will choose and control those who distribute our taxes, then we will pay them," wrote supporters of this idea.
Did it work? Rather not. According to the National Bank, the share of non-cash transactions has been growing steadily over the past 10 years. In 2020 and 2021, it continued to grow (although somewhat slower than before). Now 91.4% of all payment transactions in Belarus are made by non-cash payment.
So what's going on with the Belarusian economy?
Everything is complicated. On the one hand, even serious sanctions imposed by Western countries did not affect the Belarusian ruble exchange rate. Thanks to the measures taken by the National Bank, the exchange rate of the Belarusian ruble has remained practically unchanged for the last year.
At the same time, annual inflation has accelerated to 9.9%, real wages have "frozen," while real pensions have been falling for six months in a row. The authorities have forbidden to raise prices for some goods like sausage and perlovka. At the same time, prices for other goods are rising (some of them have tripled in price since the beginning of the year). The National Bank speaks about "uncertainty of expectations of economic agents" and about "inflationary and devaluation expectations" of people.
"Those who were afraid of a sharp devaluation of the Belarusian ruble or that deposits in banks would be frozen, can exhale. These risks are behind us now. Most likely, we will observe slow stagnation and decline in all economic indicators," says the expert about the current situation in the economy.


1.1 Why you need a VPN (spoiler: not just to open blocked sites)
1.2 How a paid VPN is better than a free one
1.3 Anonymous (virtual) phone number for a "left" account and where to get it
1.4 Basic instruction from ByPol, how to avoid surveillance if your device has been to the police.
1.5 How to prevent your Telegram account from being hijacked
2.2 Variants of inexpensive and fast paid VPNs (ideally, when buying it is better to register with a "left" e-mail, do not reveal your card, and do not use Russian payment services)
2.3 How to create a "left" mail in gmail for guerrilla work. After the update, requires a phone number when registering. There is an encrypted mail service that does not require a phone number - (use VPN when working with it!).


🔵 TELEGRAM: creating and setting up an anonymous account
1.1 Basic account setup by item 1.2 Additional security tips 1.2 Setting up two-factor authorization in Telegram: how and why?
🔵 ВKONTAKTE: creating and setting up an anonymous account
(but even with an anonymous account, in VKontakte it is strongly recommended not to write unnecessary things, as the service is Russian)
🟠 INSTAGRAM: creating and setting up an anonymous account


1.1 How to counter the propaganda of "trolls" and "bots" and how they differ
1.2 Why you should refrain from insulting people in private messages on Instagram
2.1.1 How to complain about a Youtube channel 2.1.2 How to complain about Youtube videos and channels 2.2.3 How to complain about Youtube ads (text instruction) (video instruction)
2.2.1 How to complain about a comment on Instagram How to complain about a hashtag in Instagram 2.2.3 Where to see Instagram's responses to a complaint 2.2.4 How to file an appeal in response to an automated response to a complaint
2.3.1 How to file an appeal in response to a letter of response to a complaint

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