Kremlin disinformation not needed for Western conservative Christians to unite with Russian Christians against woke coastal cities in the US and EU

The Department of Homeland Security in its latest National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) bulletin:

“Nation-state adversaries have increased efforts to sow discord. For example, Russian, Chinese and Iranian government-linked media outlets have repeatedly amplified conspiracy theories concerning the origins of COVID-19 and effectiveness of vaccines; in some cases, amplifying calls for violence targeting persons of Asian descent.”

Soviet disinformation was ineffective during the first Cold War because Western governments back then represented the values of the majority: moderate liberals and moderate cultural conservatives.

I take it for granted that Russia has an interest in dividing the West, though using Covid disinformation is perhaps too counterproductive given the spread of Covid in Russia. But any kind of disinformation from Kremlin is basically redundant because the divide in the West is already deep as a result of a culture war caused by Western corporations and governments supporting libertinism and the new woke ideology.

Los Angeles celebrates Lucifer. Wikipedia:

Lucifer (TV series)

San Francisco is pro-LGBT. This wokeness has now spread all over the West.

It’s therefore only logical that moderate conservative Christians have more in common with Orthodox Christians in Russia than they have things in common with the elites ruling coastal cities in the US and EU. You logically can’t call yourself a conservative Christian if you instead support the libertine wokeness of Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Of course, a cooperation with other conservative Christians all over the world, including Russia, does not mean that you support Kremlin. Putin is former KGB and probably just an opportunistic Christian today, but an opportunistic Christian leader is better than an opportunistic Anti-Christ.

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