18:08 GMT27 September 2020
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    Well, finally we know the truth behind RT – the Russian TV channel is run by a Kremlin bear and a woman in military uniform, who keep their staff under the fear of death and their foreign employees locked in a prison cell to keep the "Russian propaganda" running smoothly.

    Following continuous accusations from Western media and politicians over RT's work, the channel's editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan ordered the publication of a video revealing all the secrets used by the "Russian propaganda machine."

    The hilarious self-mocking video shows it all: corruption, Gulag-style dungeons, fake reports made in studios, foreign correspondents chained to their desks, the channel's constant coordination with the Kremlin and of course Misha the bear, working as one of RT's directors.

    Naturally, the clip went viral with Internet users loving the ironic way the channel dealt with the criticisms of Western media and politicians, some of whom seriously think RT uses methods shown in the video.

    Well, of course they do!


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