Pro-Kiev Trolls Are Triggered By Amnesty International’s Latest Report On Ukrainian Conflict
What those pro-Kiev trolls should have done was ignored this report instead of trying to cope with it by inventing the completely ridiculous conspiracy theory that Amnesty International is supposedly “Russian propaganda”, but they clearly couldn’t control their emotions after being so triggered by this influential NGO contradicting the official narrative about the Ukrainian Conflict.
Amnesty International just released a report confirming that Kiev illegally militarized residential areas throughout the course of the Ukrainian Conflict exactly as Russia has claimed for nearly half a year already. Pro-Kiev trolls were triggered by those facts and started spreading the completely ridiculous conspiracy theory under the NGO’s related tweet that it’s supposedly pushing so-called “Russian propaganda”. Only lies are capable of helping them cope with this reality, which discredits the Mainstream Media’s (MSM) myth that Kiev’s forces have “valiantly defended themselves”.
The truth is that there was never any “valiant defence” to begin with, with all claims to the contrary such as the Snake Island incident and the Ghost of Kiev having been proven to be nothing but fake news. Now everyone can point to Amnesty International’s latest report to implicate Kiev for war crimes, which erodes the popular perception that its fighters are “innocent angels”. They’re far from it, and have actually endangered the lives of the same civilians that they claim to be “defending” by militarizing residential areas.
About that tactic, the author explained in mid-May that it’s one of the 15 reasons for Russia’s slow but steady progress in its special military operation. President Putin sincerely believes in the historical unity of Russians and Ukrainians, which is proven by him ordering his forces to fight street-by-street battles and thus putting themselves in harm’s way instead of risking the lives of Ukrainian civilians by simply carpet-bombing their opponents who’ve entrenched themselves in residential areas. Without intending to, Amnesty International simultaneously worsened Kiev’s reputation while improving Russia’s.
That’s why pro-Kiev trolls are so triggered since this NGO carries major weight when it comes to shaping Western public opinion. Many people take its words for granted even when it’s lying like when it claims that Russia carried out war crimes for example. Despite not telling the truth about that, there’s no reason to suspect that it would lie about Kiev’s war crimes, especially since it could have predicted that its latest report would be met with such fierce resistance from that side’s trolls. It nevertheless still published it though, which adds credence to its claims that dismantled the MSM myth about Kiev.
It clearly didn’t have to do this, but its activists felt strongly enough about what they’d discovered that they realized that it’s their duty to inform the Western masses even if it goes against the official narrative. Those MSM outlets that denied Russia’s prior claims are now exposed as having lied to their targeted audience, which further erodes their credibility and shows that their so-called “fact checks” about this were pure propaganda. Americans already realized that though even before this report, which is why only 1% consider Russia to be the US’ “most important problem” per Gallup’s latest poll.
Now that Amnesty International proved that Kiev is militarizing residential areas and thus recklessly putting their own people’s lives in danger, it’s expected that even less Americans will support their government’s proxy war on Russia. After all, most of them are very passionate about human rights issues even if they’re also easily misled into supporting causes that only employ such rhetoric to deceive their targeted audience. In this case, they’re being told a “politically inconvenient” truth about the Ukrainian Conflict, which proves that Kiev isn’t as “innocent” as many might have wrongly thought.
Pro-Kiev trolls therefore have a reason to be triggered by Amnesty International’s latest report, but they’ve gotten so carried away that they don’t even realize that their latest conspiracy theory about that NGO supposedly being “Russian propaganda” is counterproductive. Nobody seriously believes that, and those who are on the fence about the conflict or beginning to second-guess the supposed righteousness of Kiev’s cause will respond to that conspiracy theory by having even more doubts about what they’ve been told by the MSM than ever before.
After all, this conspiracy theory is so kooky that it discredits everyone who claims to “stand with Ukraine”. What those pro-Kiev trolls should have done was ignored this report instead of trying to cope with it by inventing a completely ridiculous conspiracy theory, but they clearly couldn’t control their emotions after being so triggered by this influential NGO contradicting the official narrative about the conflict. That just goes to show that trolls are a liability for one’s cause instead of an asset, but they’ll never realize this and will thus continue unwittingly working against their side’s interests.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy of Voice of East.
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