A better look allows us to discern the natural flow of events from the subversive propaganda of Americans and Anglo-Saxons who claim world domination, a sort of Fourth thousand-year Reich. Since China is not willing to accept American world order and promotes an alternative model for globalisation, it should experience a colour revolution. The US does not have the guts to arrange it in Beijing, so Hong Kong was burnt first, a peripheral China with a large concentration of US secret services. The situation is presented as if the protests are organised by ordinary disgruntled citizens rather than Washington’s puppeteers. Without Western meddling, neither the Russian Civil War a hundred years ago nor the protests in Hong Kong would have happened.
Anglo-Saxons have turned Ukraine anti-Russian. The US still needs Ukraine as a springboard for anti-Russian military provocations. Ukraine’s occupying powers gave the main state security body to the US to control directly. In addition, the legalisation of land sales in Ukraine will be a jackpot for foreign landowners.
In fact, the living space of the Ukrainian people will be taken away. Once new masters own Ukrainian land, Ukrainian military forces will give armed support to the occupying regime and suppress any popular resistance. Above all, by 2023, five seaside Ukrainian regions will form a new state.
This article discredits the legal Ukrainian authorities by groundlessly naming them as occupational. It also contains popular anti-Ukrainian, pro-Kremlin propagandistic claims about Ukraine as an anti-Russian tool under external control and Ukraine's disintegration and imminent collapse.
Ukraine is a sovereign state, not controlled by any foreign government. Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity are respected by almost the whole world, including the EU. The US and the European Union continue to support Ukraine, its territorial integrity, and sovereignty against Russian aggression.
In November 2019, the Ukrainian parliament passed on the first reading a key land reform bill to create a land market and open up the sale of farmland from 2020, which is anticipated to greatly boost Ukraine's economy. If the bill is adopted in the second reading and signed by the president, it will introduce a land market by removing the existing ban on sales of agricultural land, allowing Ukrainians and Ukrainian-registered companies to trade land. This reform has been cited multiple times as a key requirement for receiving another International Monetary Fund aid package. The reform is supported by EU. In a statement on Facebook, the EU delegation to Ukraine wrote: "The reform should be based on the rule of law and the principles of sustainability, transparency, fairness and inclusiveness. Respecting Ukraine's independent legislative process and sovereign decision-making, we stand ready to offer experience and support, together with other international partners." For a more in-depth overview and history of Ukraine's land reform process, see here.
During the conference “Land as a factor in the development of the Ukrainian village,” President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that “in the model that we offer with the government, only Ukrainian citizens or Ukrainian companies can buy or sell land. Horror stories about the Chinese, Arabs or aliens who will take our land by wagons - this is nonsense. The land is the property of citizens,” said Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Read our stories about anti-Ukrainian propaganda Ukraine Under Information Fire and Five Years of Falsehoods: Was it Worth the While for the Kremlin? as well as earlier disinformation cases claiming that Ukraine invariably faces civil war and complete disintegration, that Ukraine is a failed state and will be split up, and that Ukraine will either be part of Russian civilisation or a decaying anti-Russian country emanating terrorist threats.