Female Russophobic writer Alexievich confesses to lesbian love

Summary

Female Russophobic writer Svetlana Alexievich confessed to lesbian love. Alexievich has become an icon of the Russophobic nationalist opposition in Belarus.

Disproof

Attempt to defame a Belarusian Nobel Prize Winner Svetlana Alexievich. See previous disinformation case: Svetlana Alexievich was awarded the Nobel Prize because Swedes envy Russian victory in the battle of Poltava

Svetlana Alexievich became a focus of attacks from numerous Russian mass-media (see also here) after her statements criticising the undemocratic regimes in Russia and Belarus.

Pro-Kremlin immediately labelled Alexievich a Russophobe, although she has underlined many times how much she loves certain aspects of Russian culture.

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 160
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 02/08/2019
  • Language/target audience: Belarus, Russian
  • Country: Russia, Belarus
  • Keywords: Anti-Russian, LGBT
  • Outlet: EA Daily
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Disproof

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Disproof

Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative aiming to revise the history and deny the fact of Soviet occupation of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.

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Disproof

Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Nazi Baltic States, with the aim to revise history and deny Soviet occupation.

On the 23rd of August, 1939, Soviet Union and Nazi Germany signed a non-aggression (Molotov-Ribbentrop) pact, whose secret protocols divided the territories belonging to Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland and Romania into Soviet and Nazi spheres of influence. The secrets behind the the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact led to  World War II and all its consequences. Shortly after the pact was signed, Poland was invaded by Nazi Germany on 1 September and by Soviets on 17 September in 1939, followed by the Soviet aggression against Finland, and in June 1940  - occupation of the Baltic States and part of Romania.