Diplomat proposes using Taylor Swift’s massive fanbase to sway global opinion in favor of Ukraine
12/18/2023 // Laura Harris // Views

Members of the Ecole Militaire, the historic French military academy that once trained Napoleon Bonaparte, are arguing that the best way to sway public opinion to support Ukraine in its conflict with Russia is to use pop sensation Taylor Swift and her massive following.

As the toll of Russia's special military operation in Ukraine exceeds $200 billion, the Ecole Militaire assembled around 100 military, political, finance, academic and business leaders with intimate knowledge of the conflict to privately game out what happens next. They delved into the diplomatic, military, economic and information battlegrounds of war.

While skeptics dismissed the notion that Swift is now one of the few people in the world with the power to make Ukrainian victory a global priority, one diplomat seriously mused about her potential influence. (Related: Taylor Swift accused of promoting WITCHCRAFT and SATANISM on "The Eras Tour.")

"My daughter suggested she could help," he said, pondering whether the singer could mobilize her vast fanbase of over half a billion people to take on Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Tennessee Republican Rep. Steve Cohen, who initially proposed that deploying 105,000 Ukrainian Baptists in America could influence evangelical Christians and MAGA Republicans to rally behind the cause, supported the suggestion.

"Taylor Swift has the power to educate the public on what's happening in Ukraine," said Cohen.

Cohen believes it is not a joke when "Swifties" use TikTok to ask for her to be named TIME's 2023 Person of the Year. Even TIME has recommended her.

"If you’re skeptical, consider it: How many conversations did you have about Taylor Swift this year?" wrote TIME in its write-up of her winning the Person of the Year award. "How many times did you see a photo of her while scrolling on your phone?"

Russian cyber groups using fake Taylor Swift quotes to spread anti-Ukraine sentiment

It seems that the attendees of the Ecole Militaire meeting were not the only ones to recognize the potential of using Swift. A disinformation campaign is currently underway using images and fake quotes of Swift – along with other celebrities like Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and Oprah – to lambast Ukraine. This campaign has been linked to the GRU, Russia's main intelligence service.

"Now, how long will this take? The Ukrainians behave like charlatans and we continue to pay," reads one fake quote in French next to a picture of Swift on a promotional poster for an upcoming tour. "That is not right."

The sources of these fake quotes have been traced to a pro-Russian network of fake Facebook and Twitter accounts that create and disseminate these and other fake images as part of an ad campaign attempting to fool people into believing that some of the world's most renowned celebrities back Russia and detest Ukraine.

The disinformation campaign was only launched in November and it has already reached nearly eight million people on Facebook, according to a database of the ads reviewed by Wired.

The campaign is underway, and other disinformation researchers believe the campaign is being run by a notorious Russian influence operations group known only by the moniker Doppelganger. This group has, in the past, been linked to the Kremlin and GRU.

Learn more about the conflict in Ukraine at WWIII.news.

Watch this episode of "The New Atlas" discussing how the U.S. and NATO are preparing to escalate the conflict in Ukraine in a desperate bid to once again turn the tide.

This video is from the channel The Prisoner on Brighteon.com.

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