Russian border guards seized the Ukrainian military ships during a provocation in the Kerch Strait on November 25, 2018.
Thirty years after the end of the Cold War, it makes no sense to look for the daemons of the XXth century in Moscow. Anti-Russian hysteria has already given birth to daemons such as the apology of Banderism in Ukraine, fascism in the Baltic states, and the Polish mix of consent towards Banderism, chauvinism, anti-Semitism and “bleaching” of fascism.
Recurring pro-Kremlin narrative attempting to link the Baltic countries, Ukraine, and Poland with Nazism, Fascism, and anti-Semitism. The accusation of Nazism is a popular propaganda technique used by pro-Kremlin outlets as explained in our following analysis Nazi east, Nazi west, Nazi over the cuckoo's nest. There is no evidence about how imaginary “anti-Russian hysteria” has resulted in an alleged increase in support for “fascism, anti-Semitism and chauvinism” in the Baltic states, Poland and Ukraine.
As other examples of this narrative, see the debunking of the claim that the European Union is a Nazi Project here.
In addition, see similar disinformation cases such as Europe is becoming Nazi again, Baltic states openly glorify Nazism, Poles are stoking nationalist sentiment in Ukraine in order to annex Kyiv and the EU continues the aggressive policies of Nazi Germany.