"Nota Yenota" public page shadowbanned for a post about propagandist Krasovsky
The fact-checking public page "Nota Yenota" has been shadowbanned because of a post about Russian propagandist Anton Krasovsky. This was reported by the page's author Alyona Romaniuk.
"Well, wouldn't you know? My 'Nota Yenota' seems to have been shadowbanned again after the text about propagandist Karsovsky. 40 likes and comments in the first 20 minutes, and then nothing. Same story today," the journalist wrote.
On October 24, "Nota Yenota" made a post analyzing the video that Krasovsky recorded after the reports of Russian TV channel "RT" canceling cooperation with him after he suggested killing Ukrainian children.
"Nota Yenota" concluded that in his "apology" or "last word", the propagandist was once again promoting Russian narratives about the Donbas and children.
"No mention of Ukrainians, for whose murder he was calling. 'That side, the enemies,' anyone, but with no clear names," the report says.
Note that a shadow ban means a sharp drop in outreach and interest in posts, a drop in views, likes, hashtags, etc.
As IMI reported, Russian propaganda channel "Russia Today" fired their host Anton Krasovsky after his claims that Ukrainian children who believe that Ukraine's territory is occupied by Russia should be drowned.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called on all countries of the world to ban the propaganda channel RT.
The Crimean Human Rights Group called on the democratic countries and the Crimean Platform participant states to prosecute Russian propagandists who are inciting the Russians to commit genocide against the Ukrainian people.
The spokesman for the Secretary General of the United Nations, Stephane Dujarric, said that the UN would like to see a different reflection of the world as opposed to the one presented by RT.
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