Disinfo: 90% of Romanian media is ruled by Israeli people


The brainwashing of the Romanians has reached maximum levels. The destruction of Romania is received with joy by the Romanian people. The traitors which are now ruling Romania are naming Israeli citizens for Government positions. 90% of Romanian media is ruled by Israeli people. The foreigners who ruled and still rule Romania with the support of the treacherous political parties managed to empty the country in order to create a vital space for other nations who already invade us. Some openly, through the long-tumbling migration of “refugees”.


Anti-Semitic remarks and no evidence given for these statements. According to this law, only Romanian citizens can form a political party.

Anti-Semitism is frequently used in pro-Kremlin disinformation: euvsdisinfo.eu/disinformation-cases/?text=&disinfo_issue=&disinfo_keywords%5B%5D=77417&date=, https://euvsdisinfo.eu/antisemitism-and-pro-kremlin-propaganda/,

The website that published the article pushes pro-Kremlin narratives:  vremuritulburi.com/2015/03/26/despre-vladimir-putin-si-actiunile-sale-de-cand-a-ajuns-presedintele-rusiei/,


  • Reported in: Issue 110
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 28/05/2018
  • Language/target audience: Romanian
  • Country: Romania, Israel
  • Keywords: Refugees, Jews
  • Outlet: Vremuri Tulburi
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There is no doubt that democracy has taken hold in Russia, which is shown by the lack of criticism in the latest elections

International observers had no serious criticism as to how the Russian Presidential election 2018 was organized or regarding the election results. Therefore, there is no doubt that democracy has taken hold in Russia.


Actually, The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe stated that there had been no real choice in Russia’s presidential election and complained it had been marked by unfair pressure on critical voices www.reuters.com/article/us-russia-election-osce/osce-says-russian-presidential-election-lacked-real-choice-idUSKBN1GV1JN,

The OSCE election observation mission to the presidential election in Russia 2018 stated in it's preliminary conclusions that; "The 18 March presidential election took place in an overly controlled legal and political environment marked by continued pressure on critical voices, while the Central Election Commission (CEC) administered the election efficiently and openly. After intense efforts to promote turnout, citizens voted in significant numbers, yet restrictions on the fundamental freedoms of assembly, association and expression, as well as on candidate registration, have limited the space for political engagement and resulted in a lack of genuine competition. While candidates could generally campaign freely, the extensive and uncritical coverage of the incumbent as president in most media resulted in an uneven playing field.Overall, election day was conducted in an orderly manner despite shortcomings related to vote secrecy and transparency of counting."

After 25 years of operation, all missiles of the Buk systems are subject to decommissioning and disposal

After 25 years of operation, all missiles of the Buk systems are subject to decommissioning and disposal.The maximum lifetime of the missile, the engine from which was demonstrated to us [by the Dutch-led JIT] was 2011 (1986 + 25), after which it should be decommissioned and sent for disposal.


Disinformation refers to Russian Ministry of Defence statement on May 25 that "after 25 years of operation, all missiles of the Buk systems are subject to decommissioning and disposal".  www.interfax.ru/russia/614297,

In fact, the Buk manufacturer Almaz Antey used one missile from 1987 in their test in 2015, which means it was 28 years old and should have already been decommissioned. twitter.com/EliotHiggins/status/1003904308755214336,

Photo: Kim Jong-un smiled while meeting Lavrov

Photo shows how Kim Jong-un smiled while meeting Lavrov.


Independent Russian outlet Meduza, the BBC and other media reported, Russian social media users questioned the authenticity of the image, which was used as documentation of Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s visit to Pyongyang on 31 May.

Dmitry Kiselev, the host of the programme where the image appeared, denied in a comment to Radio Govorit Moskva that it had been doctored.