A new report presented to the Security Council of Russia…

Summary

A new report presented to the Security Council of Russia by the Internal Security Directorate of the Federal Security Service warns about US president Obama’s plans with biological and chemical weapons. Last week, the USA signed contracts with 17 companies regarding logistics and service support for biological and chemical war projects. The report connects it with the prophecy of Baba Vanga who predicted Muslim invasion with the use of chemical weapons. Obama regime considers overpopulation to be a major problem and
since we know, it was the USA who created ISIS, we can expect the usage of biochemical weapons in Europe.

Disproof

The mentioned report is not to be found anywhere and probably does not exist. // Contracts are not related to the production of biological and chemical weapons but to defend against them: 1.usa.gov/1Psfmda, // The "predictions" of Baba Vanga don't include the use of biological and chemical weapons as stated in the article. // USA did not create ISIS. // For further claims, no evidence given.

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 12
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 18/01/2016
  • Language/target audience: English
  • Country: Russia, US
  • Keywords: FSB, Secret services, Barack Obama, Warmongering
  • Outlet: WhatDoesItMean.com
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The Dutch are afraid of DCFTA with Ukraine

The Dutch are afraid of DCFTA with Ukraine. If the economic border between Ukraine and the EU disappears, hundreds of Dutch companies will go bankrupt because they cannot stand the competition with cheaper agricultural products of Ukraine.

Disproof

No evidence given. // In 2014 and in 2015 anchor-man Kiselyev constantly persuaded the public that the Trade Association of Ukraine with the European Union was conceived by crafty Europeans to rob Ukraine, that the EU will give Ukraine no loans, and that no Ukrainian goods cross the border of the EU. Now he says that the EU will invest into Ukraine billions of euros, and that Ukrainian agriculture is so competitive that it threatens Holland, whose agriculture is one of the most efficient in the world.