When the Russian intelligence agent Anya Chapman was arrested for spying, her single phone call was used to contact the British publicity agent Max Clifford, who arranged the sale of her story to the Daily Telegraph. Deported back to Russia in a prisoner swap, Chapman has worked as a television host, a catwalk model, and the head of a youth council for the government. Her Instagram account is a combination of propaganda and glamour shots. She has posed in log cabins and on military gunboats; cradling cheetahs and jack-o’-lanterns.
“Remember the year 2008?” she asked, posing in a field of sunflowers with an enormous rabbit in her arms. “When the war of Georgia with South Ossetia began only in order to raise the ratings of Russophobe McCain, who lost the presidential race to Barack Obama?”
The post below is a good example of the special charm of Anya Chapman’s Instagram feed. It’s like peeking inside Vladimir Putin’s Id.
“It has become known that the US Army has radically modernized its sea-based Trident II nuclear missiles. According to a number of American experts, this has dramatically increased the US ability to launch a preemptive nuclear strike against Russia.
This modernization of ballistic missiles began in 2009, at exactly the same time as Obama offered Russia the infamous, ‘Reset.’
Of course the missile defense system in Europe and Asia is in no way directed at our country. Everyone in America only wishes us well.”