“German Media Outlets Report on the ‘Renaissance’ of Russian Crimea,” RIA Novosti reported. But it was only one outlet. And it had only existed for two months.
A choir in St. Petersburg included a song about destroying Washington in a performance on the day of the Russian Army. The song describes how a Russian submarine sails to the shores of America to destroy the enemy.
There is apparently no limit to how far the propaganda will go in trying to make the Salisbury attack look exactly like that: a joke.
Sputnik stated in a tweet that “Russia doesn’t interfere in TV editorial policy.”
“Europeans are seeking refuge in Russia from aggressive sexual education, homosexual dictatorship and juvenile justice,” readers of a Russian news outlet were told.
Russian media said that “NATO detonated toxic torpedoes close to the territorial waters of Russia.” But the distance was 1,500 kilometres.