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And Moscow has acted accordingly. Over the past two years, since war with the West has become the Kremlins main message, Russian officials have alleged information wars to explain everything from anti-corruption reporting about Putins money to investigations into Russias Olympics doping programs. Does the Kremlin really believe in these wars? Are they merely a convenient cover? Or are they a case of projection? In Soviet times, the Kremlin ran an extensive operation to subvert the West through what were known as active measures. An estimated 15,000 KGB employees worked, in the words of former KGB General Oleg Kalugin, to drive wedges in the Western community alliances of all sorts, particularly NATO, to sow discord among allies, to weaken the United States in the eyes of the people in Europe, Asia, Africa, http://justlillianortiz.techno-rebels.com/2016/07/30/practical-advice-on-convenient-interview-programs Latin America. Putin, as a former KGB officer, is, of course, well aware of this history. Whatever its motivations, paranoia has become Russias foreign policy, with the Kremlin setting up its own fake NGOs and international propaganda-outlets; buying up political actors and supporting extremist groups; enabling hackers, troll farms, rent-a-mobs and corrupt businesspeople to destabilize democracies and eat away at Western alliances. One noticeable aspect of the Kremlins approach is support for European far-right parties which then support the Kremlins foreign policies. The National Front in France, for example, has received funding from Kremlin-connected sources. Another is the use of disinformation to obscure Russian responsibility for such mistakes as bringing down Malaysia Airlines flight MH-17 over Donbass or for bombing a United Nations aid convoy in Syria.
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