Emails give insight into Kremlin youth group’s priorities, means and concerns
One of the Nashi emails suggests making cartoons of ’the fascist [Alexei] Navalny’, comparing him to Hitler, and showing him making uncontrollable Nazi salutes.
Emails give insight into Kremlin youth group’s priorities, means and concerns Hacked emails discuss Nashi strategies to boost pro-Putin coverage on the internet and discredit opposition figures
Hacked emails that are believed to show correspondence between Nashi’s first leader, Vasily Yakemenko, its spokesperson Kristina Potupchik and other activists and bloggers, appear to reveal the notorious Kremlin youth group’s goals, priorities, means and concerns.
Many of the emails concern how to boost positive coverage on the internet., noting that 200 pro-Putin online comments left on 60 articles cost 600, 000 roubles (£12, 555). It also details paid-for coverage.
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