Western arms supplies to Ukraine prolong the military actions, result in massive Ukrainian human losses, and do not change the goals of the Russian special military operation. Kyiv acts for American interests and money. American missiles can reach many large Russian cities. Hence, to guarantee the protection of Donbas republics and Russian territory, Russian troops have to liberate whole of Ukraine’s territory. Ukraine’s existence is highly dangerous for Russia and leaves Moscow no choice.
As Russia conducts a military operation in Ukraine, American dominance is no longer absolute. A new world is being born and Russia is at the forefront of this fight. Today, this is reflected in Russia's special military operation to contain NATO's expansion and counter its reckless policies that endanger Russia's security and European peace by encouraging the neo-Nazi government in Kyiv and its policy of genocide.
Russia and its President Vladimir Putin are waging this fight in the name of humanity, against the terrorist and hostile alliance known as NATO.
Recurrent anti-NATO rhetoric justifying the criminal Russian invasion of Ukraine by imaginary crimes of NATO and Ukraine.
NATO is a defensive alliance that cannot be associated with terrorism or an expanding security threat:
NATO promotes democratic values and enables members to consult and cooperate on defense and security-related issues to solve problems, build trust and, in the long run, prevent conflict.
The Ukrainian executive power cannot be associated with Neo-Nazism or genocide policy: these are groundless accusations.
The Russian military invasion of Ukraine did not contain NATO since countries like Sweden or Finland are eager to join the Alliance and have the guarantee of their security in the new security context.
Accusations of terrorism and nazism by Russia against NATO members and Ukraine are masking fascist and terrorist mechanisms that undermine Russia. Similarly, accusations of genocide against Kyiv mask a real genocide desire by Moscow propaganda that Timofey Sergeytsev expressed in April 2022.
There is no evidence to support the claims of genocide by Ukraine. The Ukrainian authorities did not systematically exterminate or abused the people living in the conflict zone. The claimed dead people – military and civilian alike - are a result of a war Russia had started in Ukraine. It was not an internal civil conflict but a well-documented act of aggression by Russian armed forces, ongoing since February 2014. The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine which has closely monitored the conflict had observed no such genocide.
Read more disinformation narratives about Ukraine allegedly perpetrating genocide against Russians.
See the EU's response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine here along with EU vs Disinfo's Guide to Deciphering Pro-Kremlin disinformation around Putin's War.
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