Arnold Schwarzenegger Russia Video Goes Viral On YouTube and Twitter

WATCH: Arnold Schwarzenegger Russia Video Goes Viral On YouTube and Twitter: The easiest way to convey the message to a large audience is to just record the video of it and uploaded it online. And it really works as this kind of video instantly starts circulating on the web and trends on the web. One such video of a Hollywood actor is currently trending on the web. As per the social media reporter, A video address by Hollywood actor Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Russian people was trending on Russian Twitter on Friday and has sparked a reaction. In it, Schwarzenegger warns Russians they are being fed misinformation about the assault of their country on Ukraine. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

Arnold Schwarzenegger Russia Video

Arnold Schwarzenegger Russia Video

Addressing Russian President Vladimir Putin directly, he says: “You have begun this war, and you can stop it”. His intervention has been praised by Russians who oppose the war in Ukraine. Penning on the Telegram application, opposition politician Lev Shlosberg stated it had been filmed “with respect toward us, Russian people”. Mr. Shlosberg stated, “Arnold Schwarzenegger has a unique ability to talk to anyone with persuasion, respect and on equal terms. Wits, justice, and power. Have a listen. Think about it. Understand.”

Also on Telegram, liberal reporter Anton Orekh stated his message contained no “Russophobia”. Mr. Orekh stated, “We are outcasts in the world…Arnold is one of the few people who addressed Russians, not as savage orcs, but as good people who have lost their ways.” But a pro-Kremlin spoof account, Barack Obmana on Twitter, derided it, stating that “the opinion of paid United States talking heads” mattered little to Russians.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Russia Video Explained

Russia has unfailingly started the war in Ukraine as a “special operation” to safeguard Russian talking Ukrainians. But in his video, Schwarzenegger stated the Kremlin was lying to Russians when it stated the invasion was intended to “denazify” Ukraine. Ukraine did not begin the war, but “those in power in the Kremlin” did, he stated. By 13:00 GMT the video had been watched closely 25m times and had been retweeted 325,000 times.

Hollywood actor, is one of the few accounts followed by the Kremlin’s official Russian and English language Twitter accounts. In the 9-minute video, which also views the footage of the destruction in Ukraine, the actor-turned-politician calls on people to watch through disinformation and propaganda. He says “I am speaking to you today because there are things going on in the world that are being kept from you, terrible things that you should know about.”

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