Russia’s QAnon Followers Can’t Make Up Their Minds About Ukraine
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April 15, 202214 min read2870 words
Published: April 15, 2022  |  14 min read2870 words
Hours after Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February 2022, what looked like a reassuring plea for peace was posted on a popular Russian Telegram channel. “Dear God, save Russia and Ukraine,” the post read. “We are blessing each other. Please forgive us for our sins.” Below, a photo ...
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May 9
If Russia’s QAnon followers can’t make up their minds about the invasion of Ukraine It would interesting to know what the rest of the Russia population really think.
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