Monday, 8 March 2021
I was born in the USSR in 1968. And at the age of 13 or 14 I noticed a problem. People were not saying what they thought; they were saying what was expected! TV and radio were constantly broadcasting things "pleasing" to the government, and alternative opinions were either suppressed or ridiculed. I was only a boy, but this injustice always hurt me terribly.
When I grew up and went to study at the university in Riga in 1985, and as I served in the Soviet Army in 1988, I saw how PROPAGANDA was growing in strength and aggressiveness.
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