Tag "Moscow"

Fake: The Best Ever Layoff Letter

“The best ever layoff letter” is being actively spread around the Network. In this letter a certain manager of a big Moscow company, forced to dismiss some of his employees because of the economic crisis in Russia, allegedly decided to fire those who supported the policy of the Russian President Vladimir Putin towards Ukraine (as it led to imposing sanctions against Russia and to the crash of rouble exchange rate).

Vladimir Putin says there was nothing wrong with Soviet Union’s pact with Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany

Russian president says he sees nothing wrong with treaty with Nazi Germany that led to the carve-up of Poland – and blames Britain for destroying any chance of an anti-fascist front Vladimir Putin has said there was nothing bad about the Nazi-Soviet Pact, the non-aggression treaty which led to the carve-up of Poland at the outset of the Second World War, suggesting Britain and France were to blame for Adolf

Russia Activates New Defense Management Center

Since President Vladimir Putin appointed Sergei Shoigu as defense minister in November 2012, the greatest organizational innovation in the Russian Armed Forces has been the creation of a National Defense Management Center (NTsUO), aimed at integrating the leadership and direction of defense and security structures in real time, Roger McDermott writes for Jamestown Foundation. Following some advances toward realizing this goal, including various tests of the center, the NTsUO will be

Kremlin has Launched a new Information Attack

The armed conflict in eastern Ukraine lasts already for more than four months.  Lots of money has been spent, many people died.  The tension of the political conflict elevated each day.  The military component of the conflict is incremented. With the start of a new round of military aggression to Ukraine by Russia the Kremlin information war gained new forms.  This was facilitated by features of the military-political situation during

Four Parachutists did not Paint the star on the top of a Moscow High-rise in the Colors of the Ukrainian flag

On August 20 information spread through the internet that four young people, all citizens of the Russian Federation, painted the star at the legendary Stalin 176-meter high-rise, located at the Kotelnichesky street in Moscow, in the colors of the Ukrainian flag.  All of them are parachutists. Currently, there is no evidence that this information could be true. One of the inhabitants of the high-rise claimed to accidentally make a video-recording

Lies, Damned Lies and Russian Disinformation

Executive Summary The Russian Federation uses extensive propaganda, outright lies, and—most importantly—disinformation as part of the hybrid warfare it is waging against Ukraine and the West. Disinformation combines truth, what people want to be true, and cleverly disguised outright falsehoods. Moscow has been actively using such disinformation as part of a conscious broader policy on Ukraine, and it readily changes or rejects elements of the false narrative it has been

Contradictions Define Kremlin Apologists

According to the conventional wisdom, Vladimir Putin and his Western supporters propagate a uniform message throughout the world. At its most extreme, this view sees Russia as having a formidable propaganda machine that is running roughshod over the Western media and public, writes Alexander J. Motyl in his blog. In fact, Putin and his supporters and apologists often disagree. One reason may be that the machine just isn’t as formidable

In Moscow the voting at the Donbass referendum was organized by the infamous “howler from Odessa”

It was Maria Vladimirovna Tsypko, an infamous howler from Odessa, known for touring with an anti-Maidan campaign throughout the cities of the South-East, showing up in Crimea and now residing in Moscow, who was the main organizer of a strange Sunday event in the capital named as the referendum voting on the secession of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions from Ukraine, reports the media outlet “Russian Monitor”. She was named

“The Wolf who cried Fascist!” – Pathology of Russian Propaganda against Ukraine, pt. 1

The F-word is almost entirely meaningless today. “Fascism” has mostly become a perjorative word, used as an insult – and a scare tactic by Russia meant to paralyze opponents, writes Adrian Bryttan in his article for Euromaidan PR on March 21, 2014. In 1944, George Orwell wrote “almost any English person would accept ‘bully’ as a synonym for ‘fascist’”. It is now probably the most misused and overused term of our

FAKE: Verkhovna Rada suggests to strip Kyiv of Hero City title

On March 15, some media reported that the Ukrainian parliament, Verkhovna Rada, adopted a resolution to deprive Kyiv of the Hero City status. LifeNews went even farther and published an interview with a veteran of the Great Patriotic War (the Second World War), who condemned the initiative of the Ukrainian authorities, calling it ‘outrageous’ and ‘disgraceful’. The bill in question in fact has nothing to do with depriving Kyiv of

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