Why are Russians always the bad guys in most movies and video games.
As a Russian I find this very sterotypical and stupid. In the new call of duty moden warfare, you mosly go after Russians.
For over 50 years, Russians were the "bad guys" to most Americans.
50 years of propaganda and hatred don't go away just because we aren't fighting anymore.
People are easy to accept someone with a thick, Russian accent as the villain, thus it's an easy role for video-game/movie/TV show makers to write...
That doesn't make it RIGHT, but it's a fact...
Well, you could agitate to have the Russians replaced with Arabs/Muslims or Commie Chinese.
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