“The blood of thousands of Ukrainians and hundreds of their murdered children is on your hands,” TVs across the country said.
- On Monday, as russians across the country turned on the TV to watch a show or catch putin’s latest remarks, they were met with something they didn’t expect: anti-war messages.
- On both satellite and cable channels in russia, the message scrawled in place of both station names and channel descriptions. “The blood of thousands of Ukrainians and hundreds of their murdered children is on your hands. The TV and the authorities are lying. No to war.”
- Anti-war messages in mainstream Russian media are scarce and often come in the form of hacks. Hackers have taken over TV stations and news websites multiple times in the past few months to display anti-war messages. RT went down in the days after the war began and Moscow blamed the hacker group Anonymous.
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