The Russian filed a lawsuit in the Simonovsky Court of Moscow against the women’s magazine Elle with a demand to refute the publication, which promotes emigration to “enemy-minded America.” The representative of the plaintiff informed RIA Novosti about this .
It’s about the test “Which country suits you?” . According to Kutomäki, most often the most favorable country for the user is the United States. This allegedly leads to a “hidden incitement” to the need to leave Russia and “move to an enemy-minded America.”
This text is a custom-made provocation to incite hatred among Russian citizens, based on the allocation of their desires and for pushing to move to other countries in order to reduce the population of the Russian Federation and create a destabilized situation in the country.
The man explained that as a patriot he saw in the actions of the editorial board “propaganda of the anti-Russian program for moving to other countries.” He demanded from the editorial board at his own expense to publicly refute “unreliable advertising.”
A spokesman for the Simonovsky Court of Moscow, Viktor Vasilyev, told RBC that no such action had been brought to court. RBC sent a request to Elle magazine publisher Natalya Shkuleva.