Of course Russians engage in propaganda, they always have. What that anon is asserting is that Russians don’t really have the infrastructure and reach for real propaganda, not even close.
Does Russia run a worldwide entertainment behemoth like Hollywood?
Do they control the internet and the content other people get to see in foreign nations?
Do Russian companies and wealthy citizens own countless media outlets around the world?
Is Russia the center of the advertising industry on a global scale?
None of those things exist. English, specifically American English, is so pervasive around the world foreign nations do things like mandate that 30 minutes out of ever 60 minutes a radio station plays must be done in their local national language(s), because people start speaking English more often. It was that way in Poland last time I was there, I doubt it’s changed.
I’m not going to call you a faggot, but stop and consider who has the reach, money, expertise, and infrastructure for a global propaganda campaign, and then ask yourself if that’s really Russia, with their economy roughly the size of Italy’s. It’s not even close anon, wake up.