How do you know? I'm here!” he yells. "We C Level Contact List have a television," he hears himself in response. It is no accident that the Russian government forbids the use of the word "war." It indicates a situation that cannot be C Level Contact List perceived neutrally, unlike a "special military operation", which is perceived as the continuation of a complex government policy and does not require a personal attitude towards it on the part of a citizen. Government C Level Contact List propaganda grants people a kind of saving grace by allowing them not to accept reality. In a country where the collective memory is based on the victory over fascism in a bloody but just defensive war, this is quite an effective mechanism.
Accepting that Russia has C Level Contact List committed military aggression against one of the people closest to it in historical and cultural terms is practically impossible from a psychological point of view. It sabotages the basic perceptions that Russians have about justice, their fundamental values. Many people are not strong enough C Level Contact List for it. So they are doing their best to avoid seeing reality, repeating the propaganda clichés: “there is no war”. This psychological break explains the obvious contradiction between C Level Contact List everyday experience and the results of sociologists.
Many people who think that C Level Contact List war is morally and politically unacceptable may at the same time speak of support for the Russian government's "special operation" not only out of fear but in the vain hope that the official C Level Contact List version of events will turn out to be, somehow, way, miraculously true (at least in part). Because that would free her from the horrible prospect of moral failure and the terrible need to speak out C Level Contact List against the facts. The government is trying very hard to use this moral dilemma, effectively blackmailing people out of fear. "A true Russian is not ashamed to be.