“The Wolf who cried Fascist!” – Pathology of Russian Propaganda against Ukraine, pt. 2

“The Wolf who cried Fascist!” – Pathology of Russian Propaganda against Ukraine, pt. 2

Here you can read the second part of Brian Bryttan about Russian Propaganda against Ukraine. The original article can be found here. Also, you can already read the first part. How Russia ‘fought against fascism’ – from 1920 until 1941  For more than twenty years, Moscow’s closest ties in Europe were with Germany – starting in 1920 when Berlin supplied intelligence about the Polish Army to the Soviets. (And twenty

Ukraine did not block cargo for a Russian peacekeepers contingent in Pridnestrovie

On March 15, 2014, Russian media agency ITAR-TASS stated that, according to the Russian peacekeepers contingent headquarters that Ukraine is supposedly blocking echelons of goods, equipment and food, which was supposed to reach the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic for the Russian peacekeeping contingent located there. According to a collocutor there, the checkpoint “Kuchurgany” has been keeping two deliveries of food, objects of material value and fuel, which was supposed to reach

FAKE: In the Russian passports given out to Crimeans, Crimea was called a region by mistake

On March 30 in social networks and on the news a photograph of some Crimean resident appeared, who is holding a Russian passport received a week ago. This picture came from a Facebook page of Dmitriy Tymchuk, the Head of the Center for military and political research. He pointed out that in the document it says “city of Sevastopol, Crimean oblast”. Tymchuk thinks that this is where they meant to

A public activist from Kyiv identified her captors as the “defenders” of Crimea

The Russian “First Channel” on March 13th, 2014 showed an episode of the “defenders” of Crimea, representing local self-defense, Cossacks, and Berkut. Armed men blocked the Perekopsky Isthmus to prevent certain “militants from the Maydan” to infiltrate and seize power in the Crimea peninsula before the referendum. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ugs1iifuwMs The episode tells a story about some people who are trying to import the so called “arsenal” of Maydan: bats, spiky or sharp

FAKE: American mercenaries have appeared in Donetsk

On March 9, 2014 the Iranian Press TV published news that Blackwater fighters were allegedly seen in Donetsk. Blackwater is the U.S. private military company currently known as Academi and Xe Company. Russia Today refers to the Press TV on the same March 9, 2014, spreading the news. Press TV quoted the Russian news agency Interfax, citing a Russian diplomat, that about 300 private army mercenaries arrived in Ukraine. Social networks believe

A member of an “anti- fascist” demonstration in Odessa was a fascist from St.Petersburg

Several media (in particular Dumskaya.net and Odessa media) reported about several thousands of activists that gathered up on the 23rd March in Kulikovo field in Odessa for a demonstration against “political repressions” Livejournal user avmalgin states that people there were chanting ““Russia and “Free Anton Davidchenko””. He claims that they were using Jewish symbolism. Provocateurs on behalf of the “Jewish rebel army” were using Israeli flags with “Russia, protect us”

Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry denied the information about the threat to the priest

On March 25th, 2014 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation issued a statement about the “frequent threats against priests in Ukraine”. “Frequent attacks on the clergy in Ukraine indicate the atmosphere of national and religious intolerance in the country”, – said the Russian Foreign Ministry. Russian Foreign Minister refers to some threatening letter from representatives of the National Socialist Workers Party of Ukraine. Supposedly, the letter was received

Anti-Bandera Slogans at a Political Rally at Wroclaw Turned Out to be Manipulations of the Polish Social Media Group

“Stepan Bandera – the cursed soldier” – such a banner was seen at a politically rally at Wroclaw by “Television Republic” according to social media group Kresy.pl. Such information is incorrect. No banner with such content, nor video on “Television Republic” was found to confirm such claims. The portal Kresy.pl had used photomontage to create confusion among its readers. The original photo was taken during a demonstration in support for

FAKE: Czech Republic refused to recognize the Russian annexation of Crimea (updated)

The Russian newspaper “Komsomolskaya Pravda” reported that the Czech Parliament refused to consider the capture of Crimea by Russia as annexation. “The Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Parliament has refused to recognize the reunification of the Crimea with Russia as “annexation” and is also opposed to economic sanctions,” – says the newspaper. Nevertheless , it is a lie. On the official website of the Czech embassy in Ukraine, this

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