SMS revolution in RED
Members of the communist party in Russia "should use telephones to send political jokes or rhymes, or attract attention to events — anything that motivates a person to send the message along to someone else,"... This is a brand new propaganda (a word that evokes images of the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution) method, proposed by Ivan Malnikov, first deputy chairman of the russian communist party. It's surely a way of conquering masses which neither Lenin or Stalin could've dreamed of. The text messaging is part of a revolutionary branding campaign set to be launched in a try to regain public support. Currently, the russian communist party has the most supporters among old people and its youth targeted propaganda is blocked by Kremlin controled media.