The US Is Scared That Russian Media Will Liberate Millions of Latin American Minds

From Africa to Asia and Latin America, the entire Global South is rising up as one to cast off the US’ neo-imperial chains once and for all. Russian media is actively reporting on their respective struggles and showing everyone that they aren’t alone, but rather are each playing their own role in their home regions in pursuit of the collective goal of liberating the entire world via the Global Revolution.

Several US Senators urged major social media platforms to censor Russia’s publicly financed Spanish-language international media outlets like RT and Sputnik in a move that the Russian Embassy in that country condemned as a sign of how afraid they are of Latin Americans rejecting Washington’s propaganda. That’s precisely what it is too since the US is scared that Russian media will liberate millions of Latin American minds and thus accelerate the decline of that hegemon’s influence throughout the part of the world that it condescendingly considers to be its so-called “backyard”.

That process has already been well underway for years already and has nothing to do with Russia either. Rather, the Latin American masses have consistently struggled against the yoke of US hegemony since their countries’ independence two centuries ago. Their quest for genuine sovereignty since then has seen its fair share of successes and setbacks, but it’s once again on the upswing as the latest phase of the global systemic transition to multipolarity brought about by the Ukrainian Conflict emboldens the masses to push back against the hemispheric hegemon like never before since they sense its weakness.

The counterproductive consequences of the US-led Western sanctions against Russia have irreparably harmed the economic-financial basis upon which that Great Power’s hegemony most directly depends, which in turn set into motion a self-sustaining cycle of multipolar processes across the entire world and especially within the Western Hemisphere. President Putin in turn shared his global revolutionary manifesto last week to inspire the global masses to rise up and cast off the US’ hegemonic yoke once and for all, which is exactly what Latin Americans have already been doing.

Nobody anywhere in the world has the experience that they do fighting against US imperialism in its many forms. The Latin American masses have been struggling for over two centuries to this end and have thus learned how to most effectively push back against their northern neighbor. The US lost control of the hemisphere in recent years and is now on the grand strategic defensive in the face of the masses’ spree of democratic revolutions. Russian media helped guide their worldview, but it was the locals who brought about tangible changes in their societies and applied their own multipolar models.

From Africa to Asia and Latin America, the entire Global South is rising up as one to cast off the US’ neo-imperial chains once and for all. Russian media is actively reporting on their respective struggles and showing everyone that they aren’t alone, but rather are each playing their own role in their home regions in pursuit of the collective goal of liberating the entire world via the Global Revolution. It’s for this reason why US Senators are so scared of Russian media since Moscow has motivated everyone to push forward towards their final victory at the moment when the global hegemon is at its weakest.

Be it English-, Spanish-, or whatever-language content it produces, Russian media has served the role of articulating the global masses’ multipolar vision, which in turn clarifies the end goal of their struggle and educates their public to get even more actively involved in the Global Revolution. No amount of censorship can change these facts. To the contrary, the more that the US tries to shut down Russian media, the more that it emboldens its international audience to push back all the more fiercely against US hegemony since they all sense how scared and weak the declining hegemon has become.


By Andrew Korybko
Source: OneWorld

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