“Everything is aimed at creating an absolutely false image of our country.
Look at ad one, this is a French social advertisement.
Very convincing, from an artistic point of view, made”, - said the filmdirector.
This was followed by a video, where, to the song "Korobushka", based on a fragment from the poem by Nikolai Nekrasov ("... Oh, my box is full, there are both chintz and brocade; unfortunate sad nesting dolls are hiding in shackles and stained with blood; one of them has a media badge, and the other is sealed with duct tape.
“We will not allow Russia to disguise its atrocities under its beauty,” is the motto of this social advertisement.
“That is, everything that is beautiful in your country, well, even nature is simple - we will not allow your beautiful nature and your resources to mask the atrocities of your bloody regime.
And as a basis - the lack of freedom of speech.
We don't have freedom of speech? When any... Well, come up with it yourself. What word can be put in this ellipsis of mine, in this gap - can say anything. Write anything you want; put whatever you want.
Want some examples? Yes, please”, - Nikita Mikhalkov said and, as one of several subsequent examples, showed an excerpt from an interview with Alexander Nevzorov.
In this interview, Nevzorov says the following:
“…If proxies are offered to me, I will, of course, go. If Vladimir Vladimirovich fulfills three small, insignificant conditions.
The first condition is to give up Crimea.
The second condition is to apologize to Ukraine.
And the third, very simple: find a good black marker and write the word ******* on Gundyaev's forehead".
In general, in this issue of the author's program "BesogonTV" Nikita Mikhalkov proposes to talk about the purposes for which various "Centers" are being created in Eastern Europe, and who invests enormous resources in their development, to what extent our western "partners" are ready to reach in an attempt manipulate consciousness and create a false image of Russia? We are also talking about what kind of Russia would suit these our "partners", and which one suits us; what processes are going on during the pre-election period in our country and what has changed over 100 years in the campaign slogans of the parties; why gaining power at any cost is more profitable than following principles.
* The international human rights organization Amnesty International was declared "undesirable" in Russia at the end of 2015