Disinfo: Belarus is under attack by the unilateral globalist world to indirectly destabilise Vladimir Putin


The CIA and the US state department have been financing small opposition groups in Belarus for years. They also mandate the French president to meddle in Belarus’s international affairs because the US doesn’t want to do it publicly. Belarus and Russia are two brother countries that were together for a millennium and have been artificially separated, because of the end of the Soviet Union. The aim of the globalist side is to attack Russia because it still resists them, but they do it indirectly, first they destabilise Belarus and neighbouring countries. Emmanuel Macron or the EU commission link the Navalny and Belarus files: it proves that this is a coordinated attack against Russia. The purpose is to take control of the Russian territory that resist their hegemony. There is a choice to make between the unilateral globalist world and the multilateral world advocated by Vladimir Putin. OSCE cannot help in Belarus because in 2004 they destroyed the political system of Ukraine. There cannot be new elections in Belarus, otherwise, it is the end of the legitimacy of the states. Leaders won’t be chosen by electors but appointed by the international community. This is the end of sovereignty and states.


Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives about the all-Russian nation and Russian world, and Western attempts to disrupt Belarusian-Russian relations. Ukraine and Belarus are sovereign states. The disinformation message forwards a false dilemma about the direction of Belarus's and Ukraine's political development (union with Russia vs. an unavoidable loss of sovereignty degradation) and promotes the concept of all-Russian civilisation, an imperial Russian and Russian irredentist ideology that is a favoured pro-Kremlin narrative aimed at weakening the national identity of Belarusians and Ukrainians, as well as their sovereignty. Belarus and Ukraine are well-defined nation-states with a long history, which preserved their languages, literature and identity, despite foreign rule for long periods. The legitimacy of the state leaders come from fair elections and not the international community. The elections in Belarus cannot be called fair, even pro-Kremlin analysts admit massive frauds, hence the political crisis. For the lack of observance of democratic standards, the EU did not recognise the results of this election, and the subsequent repression against peaceful protesters led to the targeted sanctions. Read also Belarusians, Ukrainians, Russians are one nation, The West wants to prepare Maidan in Belarus and the West’s attack against Belarus is also an attack against Russia.


  • Reported in: Issue 214
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 29/09/2020
  • Outlet language(s) French
  • Countries and/or Regions discussed in the disinformation: EU, France, US, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia
  • Keywords: Emmanuel Macron, Secret elites / global elites, Colour revolutions, Sovereignty, Vladimir Putin
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