Telegram threatens censorship after criticism of cultural Marxist advertising


Published 13 October 2021 at 17.15

Abroad. A Russian anti-feminist group of men is threatened with being shut down from the encrypted chat app Telegram after accusing a sushi chain of spreading Western-style cultural Marxist ads.

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“The male state” is an online Russian men's movement that puts pressure on companies that spread what is perceived as propaganda for LGBTQ, multiculturalism and feminism.

Recently, the sushi chain Tanuki ended up in the group eye-catching after publishing ads with African men along with white women – a very common constellation in Western cultural Marxist marketing.

Tanuki was said to have received threats after the attention. And now the founder of the male state, Vladislav Pozdnyakov, announces that his group is being threatened with suspension from Telegram, reports RT. The expectation has been that this is one of very few platforms where freedom of expression is allowed.

According to Pozdnyakov, it is Apple and Google, which offer Telegram for download in their online stores, who have put pressure on the app to censor it. Russian movement. Telegram has now been warned to post “prohibited content” that “discriminates” against people because of their “sexual orientation”.