Accompanied by melancholy classical music, the video’s most important, fictional character is an unnamed 35-year-old male worker of Russia’s navy intelligence company who casts himself as a patriot who loves Russia and as soon as served as a paratrooper.
“Do I’ve sufficient braveness to confront this betrayal?” the video exhibits him saying, earlier than he says he has realised the actual enemy is inside Russia within the type of a corrupt management and elite.
“The highest management has offered the nation out for palaces and yachts at a time when our troopers are chewing rotten potatoes and firing from prehistoric weapons. Our persons are compelled to offer bribes to easily discover work,” the person says as video clips of a bleak Russian winter are spliced with pictures of high-end official limousines and rich Russians giving toasts.
The fictional character says his patriotism has spurred him to behave and work with the CIA, and the video’s last shot depicts a well-dressed man contacting the CIA by cell phone from a snowy courtyard.
KREMLIN SHRUGS OFF VIDEO
The Kremlin says the whole lot is finished to make sure the Russian navy has the gear it must be profitable in what Moscow calls its “particular navy operation” in Ukraine.
It has rejected as false varied corruption allegations, and shrugged off the video.
“You realize, this apply is sort of frequent, intelligence businesses world wide fairly often use the media and social networks to recruit new staff. And so they do it on a regular basis, the CIA does it yearly,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov mentioned on Tuesday.
Peskov advised the CIA had made a mistake by circulating the video on X, previously often called Twitter, which is banned in Russia and may be accessed solely through the use of a digital personal community, a lot of that are additionally banned.
“Any individual wants to inform the CIA that in our nation (Russian social community) VKontakte is rather more fashionable than the banned X. And that VKontakte’s viewers is far bigger,” Peskov mentioned.