War in Ukraine, Russian propaganda in schools with a cartoon.



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The Russian government is broadcasting a video of a few minutes in all schools in the country to explain to children, through metaphors, what is happening between Russia and Ukraine. The account says that: “Vanya and Nikola were friends; Vanya was protecting Nikola, because he was stronger, but then Nikola had new friends who taught him how to hurt others. Vanya had to take the cane from Nikola so that nobody gets hurt. " In the second part of the video, the history of the conflict in Ukraine is then explained using the same metaphor. In addition to this cartoon, the children are also given a brochure that summarizes the war from a Russian point of view.
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