The head of the EU representation’s in Kyrgyzstan political press and information section in open text awaits the beginning of mass disturbances in the country, right after the election. The video [on the internet] reveals that. The head of the opposition party reports: “we have been preparing for this, good sir, everything is going according to plan. Only the money is missing”. The foreign guest asks in a business-like manner, “how much”? And gives the oppositioner his phone – “type in the sum”. The price of the coup: 200,000 US dollars, but it is only the advance. The oppositioner typed the final sum into the smartphone of the good envoy from Europe. The sum was not voiced, however there was a promise after the victory to give the West the access to valuable minerals. The EU envoy said: “we will give money, if there are protests like in Belarus”.
There is full-scale political and ideological censorship there (in the EU). For its Russian language segment, Facebook has hired Ukrainian Right Sector supporters as chief censors. No wonder Nazi texts stay (online) but posts about the Holocaust get censored. Very much like the OPCW statement which speaks of an unknown substance but attributes it to Russia and claims [Navalny] was poisoned in Russia.
A mixture of false claims presented without any evidence. Facebook has not hired "Ukrainian Right Sector supporters". In certain countries and regions, Facebook works with third-party fact-checkers who are certified through the non-partisan International Fact-Checking Network to help identify and review false information. For example, in Ukraine, StopFake and VoxCheck help Facebook to identify fake news. So far, Facebook said that, based on the work of independent fact-checking organisations, it has labelled 40 million Facebook posts with warnings that the content may be false. For background of legitimate criticism towards fact-checkers, see for example here. Read a similar case: "Disinfo: Facebook uses Ukrainian Nazis to fight Russian presence". According to the Data of press freedom ranking 2020 most of the EU countries have the best press freedom index score.