This war is also being fought online

That story of the cold calling captured my imagination. There is indeed a battle underway online too, and Ukraine is winning, in my view. Yes, Russia is losing, and they did this to themselves. Who on Earth will ever want to visit Russia or have anything to do with Russia ever again.

“In World War I and World War II, no one had a smartphone or access to social networks through which to observe and participate in the war in nonkinetic ways. Indeed, a large chunk of the world’s population was still colonized and did not have the full freedom to express independent views, even if they had the technology. Many of those residing outside the war zones were also extremely poor subsistence farmers who were not so heavily affected by those first two world wars. There weren’t the giant connected globalized and urbanized lower and middle classes of today’s wired world.”

We have heard of many innovative and creative online activities to try help Ukraine. The Jooble story, like the cold calling campaign, is about spreading the truth.

“Twitter to introduce restrictions on Russian government accounts, propaganda. Head of Site Integrity at Twitter Yoel Roth said that Twitter will not “amplify or recommend government accounts belonging to states that limit access to free information and are engaged in armed interstate conflict.” Russia blocked access to Twitter on March 4.”

Let’s not forget the tractors

Europe and America are not helping Ukraine because they love Ukraine. They are helping Ukraine because they are afraid of Russia. Ukraine is fighting their war.

You can’t fool all of the people all of the time. These stats are seriously revealing. The truth will come out.