The Kremlin seems to be channeling the Zombie Apocalypse as the ‘Z War’ propaganda campaign by Moscow sweeps Russia.
As the invasion of Ukraine intensifies and the conflict reaches its 13th day, Russian armed forces, civilians and high-profile figures have been seen to be sporting a new, mysterious symbol: a white letter ‘Z’. According to social media posts and those on the ground, Russians are using the three-line icon in support of the war and Putin’s actions, as well as Russian ideology and national identity, writes Dazed.
It’s unconfirmed what is meant by the ‘Z’ (written in the Roman alphabet rather than Russia’s Cyrillic script). Some are interpreting it as “За победу” or “Za pobedy” (“victory”), while others believe it stands for “Zapad” (“West”) – in the sense of Russian forces moving west. Others have suggested it points to the surname of the Kremlin’s ‘number one target’,Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky. “I would insist it is Z for ‘zver’… ‘beasts’ in English,” UN Ukrainian Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya said in an address.
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