Armenia is under Soros’ occupation

Summary

It is clear that the country is occupied by Soros and other transnational institutions. Moreover, everyday day, the occupation deepens. The Soros Foundation is a distributor of degradation, perversion and immorality in the country. It is destroying the traditional family institute, the state and making the country a sectarist. During the second and third Presidents of Armenia, Soros and other structures were creating spies and trying to lobby. Now, after the coup d’etat in 2018, they are an institutional component of the government.
The Soros Open Society Foundation has nothing to do with democracy and civil society. It has been proved, once again, that the Soros Foundation serves foreign interests in Armenia. Over the last 2 years, the entirety of its grants go to liquidating traditional values and building a network of agents.

Disproof

Several disinformation narratives with no evidence given to back up claims. Conspiracy theories about Soros' occupation, destruction and being a part of government. Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives portraying George Soros as a menace bent on destroying Armenia.

See here for similar cases and the most recent case here. The Soros Foundation has been supporting human rights, education, research, media and other democratic activities in Armenia since 1997.

There was no coup d'etat in 2018, but peaceful protests of hundreds of thousand people in response to Serzh Sargsyan's third consecutive term as the most powerful figure in Armenia

Related narratives include on the West's moral decay, the West as a threat to traditional values and promoter of sodomy.

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  • Reported in: Issue 154
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 04/06/2019
  • Language/target audience: , , Armenian
  • Country: Armenia
  • Keywords: Western values, Occupation, Secret services, Perversion, George Soros
  • Outlet: Iravunk.com
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