Card decks: “Covered card of Ruscism” and “War Criminals” projects by InformNapalm

Since ancient times, games have been a way of quick learning and memorizing information. Through games children start exploring this world and acquiring basic skills from the very birth. Game is a powerful instrument of learning and exploration.

Exactly 20 years ago, in 2002, the US Army Central Command released a wanted list of former Iraqi leaders and war criminals in the form of decks of cards. Playing these cards, soldiers memorized the targets they needed to capture and bring to justice or liquidate.

Following this interesting military tradition, the volunteers of InformNapalm international intelligence community created two card decks: the first one with mostly military targets is for military use only, and the second one with Russian politicians and propagandists as characters is for civilians. The second deck is more public and  has rather psychological effect: for example, it lists puppet leaders of the so-called Luhansk and Donetsk People’s Republics and other collaborators such as Anatoly Shariy as sixes, Ilya Kiva became the ten of hearts, Ramzan Kadyrov (Putin’s favorite TikToker from the Chechen Republic) became the jack of diamonds, the queen of diamonds is Russian propagandist Olga Skabeyeva, and the queen of hearts is Vladimir Solovyov.

Non-public deck of cards contains Russian officers, some generals and colonels including the commander of 64th MRB of the Russian Army who has committed war crimes in Bucha. The latter was identified through OSINT by volunteers of InformNapalm who made him famous and also sanctioned.

The project of card decks was the initiative of the InformNapalm team, it received strong support of the military command of Ukraine  and attention of Ukrainian bloggers, politicians and show business.

The card decks, naturally, cannot contain all the primary targets and, at the same time, not all their targets are primary. However, creation of these card decks, first of all, has psychological effect on Russian propagandists and politicians. Named above Solovyov, for instance, has already been whimpering about an alleged attempt on his life, so his appearance on the cards may cause another hysterical tantrum of this queen of the Russian propaganda.

(c) Informnapalm


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