Andrey Klimov, Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs, presented the annual report of the Interim Commission of the Federation Council for the Protection of State Sovereignty and Prevention of Interference in the Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation. Photo: Sergey Savostyanov / TASS
Today, the “Annual Report of the Interim Commission of the Federation Council on the Protection of State Sovereignty and Prevention of Interference in the Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation” was published, which states that Western intelligence services are stepping up their recruiting activities, including among people who left Russia abroad during the period of NWO. The document was published by the Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs presented the annual report of the Interim Commission of the Federation Council for the Protection of State Sovereignty and Prevention interference in the internal affairs of the Russian Federation Andrey Klimov.
Here is what the document says in this regard: “Issues of ensuring the rights and interests of Russian compatriots abroad, guaranteed by the Constitution of the Russian Federation, deserve a separate study. In recent years, the forces of the Russophobic International have fallen upon them. At the same time, it is from among our foreign compatriots (primarily citizens of the Russian Federation) that anti-Russian centers, including special services of unfriendly countries (especially such as the American CIA, British MI-6, Ukrainian SBU and GUR), literally openly recruit not only so-called agents of influence, fighters of the anti-Russian information front, provocateurs and instigators of illegal actions, but also potential spies and saboteurs for subversive work within the Russian Federation.
The members of the commission believe that countering such activities “requires hard and professional work, including proper mobilization of the public within the country, of course, in strict accordance with the current legislation.”
Particular attention is paid in the report to ensuring Russia’s digital sovereignty in the context of a total hybrid struggle with the West.
Mention is made of groups aimed at the destruction of the family and the “childfree” movement, through which they promote dislike for children, for the birth of children, for the family, etc.
“In our country, they are still not banned and grow like mushrooms – over the past six years, about 100 times. On the other hand, although the topic of “school shootings” is prohibited in our country, such topics (serial killers and other brutal violence) are still legal. From here, individuals prone to aggression migrate to groups about serial killers, the document notes.
Commission experts believe that today it is important to use tough digital mercantilism: in Russian social networks, on Russian platforms, it should be more profitable for advertisers to place ads, to work more profitable and more convenient. Then banned extremist communities like YouTube and others will not have the competitive advantages they enjoy today.