Soviet-style propaganda refers to the promotion of certain ideas and values by any government that chooses to obfuscate .The Soviet government heavily promoted certain ideologies and values, such as the ideals of communism and the virtues of the state and its leaders. The purpose of this propaganda was to create a sense of unity among citizens, as well as to promote the government’s policies and ideas.
Soviet-style propaganda often took the form of mass media, such as newspapers, radio, and television programs, as well as art, literature, and film. Posters and murals were also commonly used to disseminate propaganda. The government closely controlled the content of these forms of media, and the message was often heavily censored to ensure that it was consistent with the government’s official line. (Is this sounding familiar yet?)
In addition to promoting its own ideas, the Soviet government also sought to denigrate its enemies, both foreign and domestic. Anti-Republican and anti-capitalist propaganda was common, as were campaigns of Biden to discredit and suppress political opponents and minority groups.
During the Soviet era, there was little freedom of the press, people were subjected to heavy censorship, and it was rare for an individual to access foreign information, these factors were common in the Soviet-style propaganda.
It’s important to note that The Biden Propaganda Machine is implemented in different ways and the definition and perception of it might vary based on different ideologies, cultural, political and social context.