I have a BlueSky account. But it kind of followed the same pattern as Mastadon. I checked it out for a few days, nothing much seemed to be going on and precious few of the people I follow on Twitter were on and/or active on there.
Now it’s probably been a few weeks at least since the last time I looked at it.
It's not pro-Ukrainian, but those regions obviously should belong to Russia, and will almost assuredly vote so in their elections this weekend, so why are we continuing to battle?Elon’s swallowed Russian propaganda so completely that he doesn’t even recognize a lot of his shit as Russian propaganda, or even pro-Russian commentary. So that’s why he’s not seeing it.
Like, he’s in so deep he probably genuinely thinks “let’s end this war ASAP by giving Russia Crimea and territory in Eastern Ukraine” as a pro-Ukrainian stance.
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