Russia's social network Vkontakte hacked with messages of the truth about Russia's assault on Ukraine
The post discusses the heavy losses to Russia's army and the destruction to civilian infrastructure by Russian forces
Russian social network VKontakte was hacked with truthful information sent out to over 12 million users about Russia’s brutal assault on Ukraine. Users reported receiving the message today, and some published the text online. The Russian users were told about the occupational nature of the Russian war, which began on February 24 with a night bombardment of Ukrainian cities.
The post mentions the thousands of civilian infrastructure facilities that have been destroyed and seriously damaged due to artillery and airstrikes. "None of the assigned tasks of the special operation has been completed, the Ukrainians have rallied and in a single impulse rebuff the aggressor," the message says.
The post also reports about the heavy losses of the Russian army in Ukraine, which the Kremlin has been hiding and lying about via their propaganda media outlets and TV channels.