The 35 for 35 prisoner swap between Ukraine and Russia once again revealed the two-faced stance of the so-called ‘Civilized World’ towards the MH17 tragedy in eastern Ukraine. Ahead of the prisoner swap, the Netherlands urged Ukraine to not hand over Vladimir Tsemakh to Russia. By this move, the Netherlands admitted that it is not a neutral side and is not interested in an objective investigation of the MH17 tragedy. The Dutch side had a lot of time to question the supposed witness. However, this was not enough and it wanted the person to remain in Ukraine, where Tsemakh would be subjected to constant physical and psychological pressure. The Dutch government, which is allegedly a neutral side in the MH17 case, is de facto impeding the objective investigation of the tragedy.
UK’s Brexit is not a special case as Brussels would like to think. Italy, Spain, Portugal, and possibly even France are in line to exit the EU. The UK is just a first, extreme manifestation of the trend which tears the EU apart from within. The UK is first to break apart because it was less attached to the EU integration mechanisms than the other EU countries. The key EU problem is that it has never been integrated. Instead of equal cooperation between the EU countries, it had a hierarchy, the dominance of some countries and the subordination of others. Economic entities have never had equal conditions either. Instead, protectionism has been the case covered under the openness of economies. Shameless curtail of economic freedoms accompanied by shouting about freedom of sexual and other minorities could be constrained with some generally accepted rules. However, the EU rules are imposed by a few grand countries, because the EU is a system of quotas and privileges. This dangerous mix could only lead to the present situation. The migrants issue became just a detonator to express general discontent.
This message is a conspiracy which is consistent with a common pro-Kremlin narrative about the EU's imminent collapse. Support for the EU, as shown in the latest Eurobarometer poll, remains at historically high levels. Asked if a referendum was held tomorrow regarding the country's membership of the EU, 21% of French people, 19% of Italians, 10% of Spaniards, and 7% of Portugal population would vote to leave the EU. See earlier disinformation cases alleging that a number of EU countries teeter on the brink of default, the current socio-economic situation of Poland is worse than in the communist times and that the EU countries face 'total unemployment'.