NATO is, by all means, urging Ukraine to continue with the conflict in Donbas. It is a military alliance, which should be concerned with security issues. However, it panders to Kyiv. Being in close contact with the Kyiv regime, NATO does not express concern over what is happening in Donbas, egging Kyiv politicians on instead. Children, women and elderly people are dying. The European Union, with its powerful economy, armed forces and intelligence services, is watching what is happening in the very heart of Europe. It is not just watching, it is inspiring the Kyiv regime. The EU has never called on Ukraine to return to the table of negotiations and stop the escalation. The EU has toughened its rhetoric towards Russia.
The globalists aim to destroy Russia. Globalists, Biden, and part of the American establishment have declared war against Russia as well as against other powers and movements that strive for multipolar world order. This is why they attacked Putin by using Navalny to intervene directly in Russian domestic politics, but hardly anyone in Russia knows Navalny, so they failed.
This article promotes a number of recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives: about aggressive anti-Russian ambitions of the West aiming at destroying Russia, narratives about globalist secret elites, which in pro-Kremlin outlets are often represented by US president Joe Biden, and narratives about the US and the West allegedly using the Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny to destabilise Russian domestic policies.
There is no evidence to support the article’s claim that US president Joe Biden and “globalists” are planning to destroy Russia and other powers in order to prevent the transition to a multipolar world.
There is no serious political science research to support the theory of a powerful “liberal globalist élite” that intervenes in the domestic affairs of countries around the world.
Furthermore, there is no evidence to support the article’s claim that Navalny is merely a tool used by the West to intervene in Russian domestic politics and destabilise Russia from within.
Navalny, as an anti-corruption campaigner, has long been the most prominent face of Russian opposition to President Vladimir Putin. His candidacy in the 2018 presidential election was banned by authorities over his conviction by a Russian court of embezzlement, which bars him from running for office. He has been arrested and imprisoned several times during his political career.
Popular protests began on 23 January 2021 in support of Russian political opponent Alexei Navalny, who was arrested on his return to Russia from Germany where he was treated for nerve agent poisoning. More than 5000 people were arrested during the protests, which took place all over Russia.
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