Disinfo: NATO and Poland plan to attack Belarus, they should be ready for Russia’s nuclear punishment


NATO and Poland have military plans for conquering the western part of Belarus. Amid the presidential elections and recent protests in Belarus, Poles openly voiced their claims for Belarusian territories. Poland is famous for its arrogance, impertinence, and ignorance. It is a Europe’s bald stinky dog and the stinkiest cesspool. In case NATO attacks Belarus, Russians will fight for it as for their own land. Russia should amend its military doctrine with the right to use nuclear arms in case of an emergency. The NATO units, stationed in the Baltic states, Poland, Romania, and Germany should realise that they are doomed for Russian nuclear capital punishment in case of attacking Belarus.


This message contains recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives about the aggressive West and NATO and imperialist Poland. Poland and other NATO states respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Belarus. Poland fully supports Belarus's territorial integrity, respects the principles of international law, and does not intervene in the domestic affairs of any country.

Following the deployment of additional units of the Belarusian army on the country's border with Poland and Lithuania in late August 2020, the Polish Defence Ministry reiterated in its official position that Poland has no territorial claims on any country.

See earlier disinformation cases alleging that that Russia saved Belarus from Western bombing like in Yugoslavia, that Poland and the Baltic states are the Western world's jackals who can produce a global catastrophe, and that Poland may attack four European countries including Belarus, and that the West is considering a military attack against Russia despite its nuclear capabilities.


  • Reported in: Issue 224
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 03/12/2020
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Romania, Russia, Baltic states, Belarus, Germany, Poland
  • Keywords: Military, Anti-Russian, Nuclear issues, NATO


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