The development of the new subject is overseen by the administration of the President of the Russian Federation.
Russian students will learn a new subject about the “great future” of Russia / photo ua.depositphotos.com
From the next academic year, a new ideological subject will appear in Russian institutions of higher education, which should convince students of the “great future of Russia.”
This is reported by a Russian publication Medusa.
Sources of the publication close to the Kremlin explain the initiative by the fact that young people need to understand where and why Russia is going. It is noteworthy that the development of the new subject is overseen by the administration of the President of the Russian Federation.
“The West is rotting, it constantly badmouthed Russia, but its time has passed, we have a great future, a rich history and culture, we must use the moment of crisis and get everything from it,” one of the interlocutors of the publication described the content of the ideological course.
According to the Kremlin’s plans, all students of non-humanities majors will study a new subject for one year, and humanities students for several years. At the same time, historians and political scientists will have to study an ideological course throughout their studies.
In addition, it is assumed that the integration of such an ideological subject into the curriculum will help the Kremlin to rid Russian universities of liberal teachers.
Russian propaganda: the latest statements
Russian propaganda works not only on students. The Russian Federation continues to spread lies about its successes in the war in Ukraine and fakes about our country.
Thus, the Assistant Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Oleksiy Pavlov, stated the need to carry out the “desatanization” of Ukraine, where allegedly hundreds of sects are currently active. Pavlov concluded that the new government “turned Ukraine from a state into a totalitarian hypersect.”
In addition, Russia launched a fake about Ukraine’s alleged preparation for the use of a “dirty bomb”. Oleksandr Kovalenko, a military-political columnist of the Information Resistance group, believes that such statements of the Russian Federation are cheap blackmail, which increasingly irritates the West. He emphasized that the Russian segment of “different kinds of heads” is beginning to cultivate a narrative that Russia allegedly prevented Ukraine from using a “dirty bomb.”
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