Pathetic and worthless plagiarism: in Russia they created the brand “American drone go ** d”
Every time it seems that Russia has already reached the bottom, the terrorist country convinces that it can break through it again and again. For example, create a stamp about an American drone, completely copying it from the stamp of Ukrposhta.
Outrageous footage appeared on the network, according to Channel 24 . The invaders created a pathetic parody of the legendary Ukrainian stamp.
Russians did not steal 0 days
After shooting down an American MQ-9 Reaper drone over the Black Sea, Russia apparently wants to start a campaign of insignificant “victory madness”. To do this, they decided to create a postage stamp to “perpetuate” this event.
The Russians decided to completely steal the idea and design from the Ukrainian brand “Russian warship go ** d”, which Ukrposhta released in April last year right before the sinking of the cruiser Moskva.
The Russians decided to change the background of the Ukrainian stamp, which is in blue and yellow colors, to the color of their so-called flag. The border guard, who was sent by the Russian cruiser Moskva on February 24, 2022 in response to a demand to surrender during the assault on Zmeinoye, was turned into a soldier by the invaders, but the image remained the same.
The middle finger of the soldier shows not the cruiser, but the American drone, and the phrase “American drone go …” appeared on top.
Only now it is interesting how in Russian reality the victory over the downed drone is combined with the fact that Moscow denies the downing of this UAV and comes up with different versions about accidents and others.
The Russians brazenly stole the Ukrainian stamp: photo comparison
Recall that on the morning of March 14, a Russian Su-27 fighter shot down an American MQ-9 Reaper drone in the international waters of the Black Sea. After that, Moscow announced its intention to retrieve the wreckage of the downed UAV from the sea, but Washington believes that the terrorist country has already done this.
Clearly, the Kremlin's rush is driven by a desire to intercept American technology and do what Russians do best – steal and pass off as their own. Just before the drone crashed, American experts removed confidential software, which would eliminate the possibility of technology interception.