It is necessary to stop portraying Russia as a party to the conflict. The contradictions between Luhansk, Donetsk and the rest of Ukraine came to the forefront after the coup d’etat. Russia is an arbitrator there, in the same vein as France, Germany or the OSCE that are trying to find a solution.
The acts of vandalism carried out in the rectorship of the Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) on September 3 follow the same modus operandi as those that took place in Mexico City in August, and also the same origin: George Soros’ destabilising activism. The pretext in both cases was the same: protesting against women’s murders, as a facade of the frustration of a political mafia funded by Soros.
Conspiracy theory. No evidence is provided to support the claim.
Billionaire George Soros is a recurrent target of Russian disinformation, which frequently accuses him of being behind controversial issues. See the EUvsDisinfo article about the all-powerful Mr. Soros.
Here you can find other examples of this disinformation narrative, such as his alleged promotion of massive migration to Western countries, his destabilising manoeuvres all over the world, his participation in ‘colour revolutions’ and protests in Romania, Russia, Armenia or Czech Republic (among many others), or his adoption of the term “conspiracy theory” to discredit those who speak the truth.