Veselnitskaya: I have been attacked and blacklisted, but I have just started

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Last week Twitter users, who have tens of thousands of subscribers, became victims of bot attacks. Their accounts were flooded with English comments praising @NVeselnitskaya, but in the topics that had nothing to do with me.

That causes understandable irritation. And that, apparently, is the way it was meant to be. All that can be done in this situation is to black-list those “commentators”.

I regard such tactics of “an aggressive praising” as an element of black PR.

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Simultaneously there were blockings on Facebook and American media aggregation platforms. I believe this was a response to a number of publications Twitter of several documented analytical pieces from the website recently created and existing in a raw version with the operating name https://veselnitskaya.info.

Real people who fear exposure do everything to silence me or to make my words sound untrustworthy.

By compiling false information and by strict censorship my name is used in today’s information space for speculative purposes.

I am not a journalist, not a politician, nor am I a public figure. I never looked for publicity or public attention. I am a lawyer, protecting the interests of my clients against false and evidence-free accusations. And for being one I was demonized (I experienced all types of pressure from primitive ones such as being surveilled and spied on to attempts to institute criminal proceedings against me).

And all that because recently I have been publicly opposing a group of people, who, serving their own selfish ends and manipulating political, media and law-enforcement institutes of the US and some European countries, have been adding fuel to the flame of Cold War 2.0 by telling fake and ridiculous stories (such as the Magnitsky Act, «espionage» meeting in the Trump Tower, and the “Steele Dossier”).

The Internet seems to be the most terrible invention of all time that can either destroy all of the human beings around the globe or connect them. It is only up to you to choose to espouse the war or to oppose it.

I myself choose to strongly oppose it, but it seems like someone is trying to prove that I am standing for it.

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