Disinfo: Explosions in Vinnitsa were organized by Ukrainian soldiers


The recent explosions in the munitions depot in Vinnitsa were organized by the Ukrainian soldiers themselves to cover up their traces. They have stolen a lot of weapons and try to escape responsibility in the face of the audit which might take place soon.


TV Zvezda is a regular mouthpiece for pro-Kremlin disinformation euvsdisinfo.eu/dependent-media-russias-military-tv-zvezda/, . Vladislav Seleznev, a spokesman for the Ukrainian general staff, stated that the military were investigating various possible causes of the fire. The SBU, the Ukrainian security service, said it suspected the fire was an act of sabotage. www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/27/fire-ukraine-ammunition-depot-prompts-mass-evacuation/,


  • Reported in: Issue 82
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 03/10/2017
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Ukraine
  • Keywords: TV Zvezda, Military


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EU officials supported the violence in Catalonia

The referendum for independence held in Catalonia on October 1, 2017, where citizens were shot right at the entrance to polling stations, in the context of a complete silence of EU officials, demonstrates that Article 2 from EU treaty about democracy and human rights is only “chatter”. If the EU bureaucracy keep silent about the violence in Catalonia, it means they support it.


The European Commission issued a statement on the events in Catalonia where EC states that the vote in Catalonia was not in line with the Spanish constitution, but underlines that "Violence can never be an instrument in politics".

Paedophilia common among US politicians, the “Pizza gate” theory should be taken seriously

Mayors of 11 USA towns are involved in a paedophilia scandal. Paedophilia is raging in the American authorities’ high echelons. The American police uncovered a whole paedophilia network of American politicians. Eleven mayors of towns: Texas, Georgia, New-York, Oregon, Ohio, California… are suspected of paedophilia. Now, in the light of new data on the secret life of the mayor-democrats, it is time to take the theory from last year called the Pizza gate much more seriously.


The well-known disinformation referred to as Pizza gate was disproven last year as a conspiracy theory www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-38156985, . Regardless of accusations against or legal convictions of individual politicians, there is still nothing indicating that there is a network of politicians being involved in paedophilia.

NATO activities in Georgia pose a serious threat of destabilization in the South Caucasus and to the security of the Russian Federation

NATO’s increasingly active role in the region is dangerous. The Alliance’s military infrastructure is expanding in Georgia, military exercises are held regularly, with their scale increasing every year, and NATO standards for the armed forces and their management are being introduced, which poses a serious threat of destabilization in the South Caucasus and to the security of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Abkhazia and the Republic of South Ossetia.


No evidence given. For a comparison between NATO activities in Georgia and Russian activities in Georgia, see SOVA News timeline sova.news/2017/09/27/23926/, .
Georgia aspires to join NATO. The country actively contributes to NATO-led operations and cooperates with the Allies and other partner countries in many other areas. Support for Georgia’s reform efforts and its goal of integration in Euro-Atlantic institutions is a priority for NATO-Georgia cooperation. www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/topics_38988.htm,