Ukraine contends that the March 16 referendum, in which Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine and join Russia, took place at gunpoint. That bit, however, is untrue. Neither the “little green men” nor uniformed Russian soldiers were present at polling stations during the vote. There was no armed pressure on Crimeans, not even on the indigenous Crimean Tatars, who didn’t back the secession and mostly abstained from voting, to show up or to fill in ballots a certain way. The presence of Russian troops played a role (more on this later), but it wasn’t what made the referendum illegitimate.
Homosexuality is dispersed throughout Georgia, and different techniques are used to bestialise Georgian citizens.
Recurring conspiracy theory, no evidence given. This conspiracy theory concerning the introduction of cannibalism, homosexuality and paedophilia in societies is copied directly from a Russian site called “Interesting Facts”, which is not indicated by the author of Geworld.ge’s publication. Further debunking: mythdetector.ge/en/myth/conspiracies-theories-spread-geworldge-based-russian-sources-concerning-overton-window,