The adoption of a law [on the prisoners of war and internees] can violate the rights of Russian citizens and the entire Russian-speaking population of Ukraine. Under the guise of bringing the legislation in line with international norms, Kyiv is preparing to deport the residents of the South-East to special camps and forcefully return Donbas.
The similarity of the style between Biden’s election team and American puppets in the post-Soviet countries is not a coincidence. Because the “colour revolution” in the United States is carried out by those who planned and carried out this process in the former Soviet Union and other countries.
A conspiracy theory regarding revolutions which have happened in the former Soviet Union countries. There is no given evidence that somebody planned and carried out "colour revolutions" in former Soviet Union countries.
Some of the so-called "colour revolutions" in former Soviet Union countries include the so-called "Rose Revolution" in Georgia in 2003, "Tulip Revolution" in Kyrgyzstan in 2005, and "Orange Revolution" in Ukraine in 2005.
Behind the "Rose Revolution" in Georgia, there were different political, economical and social reasons. The protests in Tbilisi continued from 2 November to 23 November and, as the result, the former president of Georgia Eduard Shevardnadze resigned and Mikheil Saakashvili came to power.
The "Tulip Revolution" in Kyrgyzstan began after the second round of the parliamentary elections on 13 March 2005, when the demonstrations started in large cities. The protesters occupied government buildings and president Asker Akayev fled to Kazakhstan. As the result of mass demonstrations, president of Kyrgyzstan Askar Akayev resigned and new elections were appointed.
As for the "Orange Revolution", on 22 November 2005, protests in Ukraine began in several cities after the presidential elections. The protesters were against the results of the elections which resulted in Viktor Yanukovych becoming the newly elected president. These demonstrations lasted until new elections were held. The new elections brought victory to another candidate, Viktor Yushchenko.
All these "colour revolutions" began in different regions and at different times. There is no connection between these demonstrations. All of them started after elections, with people protesting against the results, which in most cases were considered rigged.
The reference to the US elections is part of an ongoing pro-Kremlin disinformation campaign on the US election. The report from the OSCE finds that the election was "competitive and well managed" (p. 1), noting that "evidence-deficient claims about election fraud" (ibid.) have been refuted by "election officials at all levels" (p. 3) and "national security agencies" (p. 11).
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