Russia Says West has Declared “Total War,” Using Cancel Culture Against Them

PSYCHOLOGICAL TEST: Did you think the guy in the cloak was looking at the bomb or turning away from it? If you thought he was looking at it, you’re a forward thinker and a go-getter. If you thought he was looking away, you’re a failure and a coward who doesn’t even support a nuclear war.

The funny part is that Americans aren’t even aware that their government is at war with Russia.

People from the government sometimes say it, but then they deny it. I guess Americans have a lot of things to think about, and can’t really process the idea that we are at the beginning of a third world war.


The confrontation between Western nations and Russia amounts to “total war,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Friday during a meeting with the heads of Russian regions.

Russian society and major political forces support the government’s decision to face this challenge, he added.

Western nations “are doubling, tripling, and quadrupling their efforts to deter our nation. They use a wide array of tools, from unilateral economic sanctions to totally deceitful propaganda in the global media,” Lavrov said, noting that “low-level Russophobia, which to our deepest regret is promoted by a number of governments, has risen to unprecedented levels.”

“The West has declared total war against us, against the entire Russian world. Nobody even hides this fact now,” Lavrov stated.

“The ‘cancel culture’ targeting everything connected to our nation has become absurd.”

Russia responded to the pressure with a uniting of “all healthy patriotic forces” and a surge of public support for Russia’s foreign policy, the foreign minister said.

Lavrov also noted that the crisis has exposed the true nature of the promises given to Russia 30 years ago, after the collapse of the USSR. “We now see the value of all the talk about universal values and the need to turn Europe into a common home from the Atlantic to the Pacific.” No one should have illusions about the attitude of the US and its allies towards Russia, he added.

“The US thinks it can use internet cancel culture against Russia” is my talking point, frankly.

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I’m fine with people using my talking points. That’s what they’re there for.

But it’s pretty frustrating that the Russian government is using my lines after taking my .su website for no reason. But hey – they did that right before the invasion, so I guess they didn’t want it coming up in the media that “Russia is hosting neo-Nazi guy who said mean thing about fat dead woman.”

I understand.

I do understand.

It’s not Russia’s job to defend me and explain all of those sick jokes I made.

I’m so sick of the neo-Nazi thing, frankly. It’s just exhausting. I’m not a neo-Nazi and I don’t even know what it is.

It would be one thing if I was still covered in the media and I could have fun with it, but now the media is blacklisted from mentioning me, ever – except for the New York Times itself, and they only mention me to attack other people.

I actually like not being in the media. That never really benefited me in any way, and was sort of just unnecessary hot, hot heat. But now it’s just “oh, neo-Nazi – banned.”

I am reaching out to Rwanda, however. I’m also not sure that the censors have figured out that Stormer Daily is the new name of Daily Stormer.

For the record – yes, I’m just joking about Lavrov using my talking points. It’s a pretty obvious observation.

I am salty about the .su though, ngl. I was only ever going to use it to shill Russian propaganda.