Disinfo: Both the Polish government and the opposition are subordinated to the USA


The post-Solidarity elites of Poland, which form both the Polish government and the opposition, think in the categories of subjection to the chosen sovereign, which is the United States. At the present moment, the ruling authorities try to implement at least partially independent policy towards this sovereign, while the opposition declares that it is necessary to bend down, bow and kiss the hands of the sovereign even more. This behaviour of the Polish opposition is embarrassing – it grovels in front of the USA, waiting for its intervention.

The words about Polish sovereignty do not matter. Everyone is claiming that the East is a threat to the sovereignty of this country. Meanwhile, they show their real attitude to the Polish sovereignty with their [subordinate] behaviour towards the USA.


Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about “lost sovereignty”. Poland is often presented as a “puppet-state” or "colony" of the United States. This narrative includes a message that the United States manipulates Poland and other European allies in order to carry out its anti-Russian policies.

Poland is a sovereign state, which shapes its own foreign and domestic policies. The political, economic and military relations between Poland and the United States have a mutually beneficial character. The claim that the Polish political elites are “subjected to the USA as their sovereign” is unfounded. Read more about Polish-American relations here and here.

See other messages promoting the statement that Poland is not a sovereign statePoland is not perceived as a country with an independent foreign policy and Poland is governed by the US Embassy.


  • Reported in: Issue 255
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 13/08/2021
  • Article language(s) Polish
  • Countries and/or Regions discussed in the disinformation: Poland, US
  • Keywords: US presence in Europe, Puppets, Sovereignty
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Disinfo: Crimean Platform: the West nurtures neo-Nazi mood in Ukraine

There will be another Witches' Sabbath day, that is, the Crimean Platform, during which the West will continue to nurture the neo-Nazi mood and racism of the modern Ukrainian authorities.


Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives claiming that Nazism in Ukraine is on the rise.

First, the Crimea Platform is aimed at drawing international attention not only to Russia’s illegal annexation of the peninsula, but also to human rights abuses, which Crimean residents have been suffering since 2014. The summit is expected to be held on 23 August 2021 in Kyiv within the framework of this platform, where world leaders will be discussing ways to mobilise a more effective international response to Russia’s seizure of Crimea from Ukraine.

Disinfo: Constitution bans foreign troops in Ukraine

Article 17 of the Ukrainian Constitution bans foreign troops in Ukraine.


This is a recurring disinformation narrative from pro-Kremlin outlets aimed against Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic integration. In reality, the last paragraph of Article 17 of the Constitution reads:

“The deployment of foreign military bases is not allowed on Ukrainian territory.”

This excerpt says nothing about other aspects of military co-operation. It does not forbid joint military exercises, high-profile military negotiations, or other forms of military interaction with Ukraine's Western partners, particularly NATO member states.

Article 18 of the Ukrainian Constitution reads:

Disinfo: The West position towards Crimea is offending its free will

The West's position on Crimea is flawed and shameful, and it is trying to offend Crimea after the people of the peninsula expressed their will in the referendum (which took place after) the 2014 coup in Ukraine that was supported by Western partners.


Since then, the Russian language has been restricted in Ukraine, and attempts are being made to insult the free expression of the will of the Crimean population.


Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives about the illegal annexation of Crimea, claiming that it voted to rejoin Russia through a legal referendum after what is claims to be a coup d'etat supported by the West plus on Ukraine's language law.

Crimea is an internationally recognised part of Ukraine. Іn 1997, by signing the Friendship Agreement with Ukraine, Russia also recognised that Crimea belongs to Ukraine.