(Posted: 3/23/22 GMT)
I ended up deleting my reply about it last night. There is a portion of the "right" in the US who view what Putin is doing as something to block "globalists" (think the "Bilderberg" or "Davos" folk, etc..)
For the most part, they do not have much representation in the MSM even on the right. It's all selected neocons there, doing their duty to spread all the usual wartime disinfo to the people, just as Russia is doing for their people. This isn't controversial. It's what happens during war, especially when the stakes are higher than just overthrowing some third world dictator with no global influence. They call this the "fog of war" if you want a generic term for difficulty to get reliable factual real-time info.
If I understand him, he is not speaking about Twitter as you said. That is laughable. Twitter doesn't allow different viewpoints anymore. If you're still looking there for opposing viewpoints, you're in a precarious bubble.
If he's speaking of online content, he probably means Gettr or Gab or Parler. (As I have stated many times, I don't have social media accounts anymore. I don't see the benefit. I think it's toxic if anonymous, and incredibly dangerous and stupid to have one with your real identity, no matter if you are pedo or not.)
I do sometimes lurk and read accounts. I was reading Glenn Greenwald's Twitter with my Firefox nag screen add-on recently. I had forgotten just how incredible he is as a truly neutral journalist who bravely stands up no matter if he is in a period of being cheered or jeered. I've admired that guy from his earliest Salon days. No slant!
What was I talking about? Oh, Soba probably means those other people who believe we're being taken over by a technocratic corporatocracy with zero national loyalty of any kind. He will correct me if I am wrong.