Disinfo: Nazism is Ukraine's official ideology


Seven decades after WWII, Ukraine became captured by domestic Nazis. At present, Ukraine's official ideology is Nazism. Any pro-Ukrainian propaganda currently amounts to the propaganda of Nazism. Lately, Ukraine tries to cultivate Nazism among Russian youth, and arrests of members of the Ukrainian youth Nazi movement M.K.U prove just that. They planned explosions, arsons, and mass killings in Russia.


Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative portraying Ukrainian politics and society as dominated by Nazi/fascist ideology. Linking some countries with Nazism is a widespread disinformation tactic used by pro-Kremlin outlets. Read more in our analysis "Nazi east, Nazi west, Nazi over the cuckoo's nest".

The myth about Nazi-ruled Ukraine has been the cornerstone of pro-Kremlin disinformation about the country since the very beginning of the 2013-14 Euromaidan protests, which disinformation outlets try to portray as a coup d’état.

Nazi and Communist ideologies were banned by Ukrainian law in 2015. Moreover, far-right groups enjoyed a very limited presence during the Euromaidan itself and had poor results in the 2014 presidential and parliamentary elections. In the 2019 election, far-right candidates fell short of the 5% minimum guaranteeing entry into parliament.

In April 2021, Russian authorities announced the arrest of 16 individuals who allegedly belonged to the "Ukrainian neo-Nazi youth gang dubbed M.K.U" and planned terrorist plots in Russian. The arrested individuals appear to be Russian nationals; the attribution of them to Ukraine is made because the alleged leader of the gang is based in Ukraine. See a detailed report by Polygraph.info which explains why calling the suspects "Ukrainian radicals" is highly misleading.

See similar disinformation cases in our database: fascism conquered most of Ukraine; Ukrainian authorities encourage the honouring of Nazi collaborators; the EU's historical revisionism contributes to neo-Nazi trends in Ukraine and the Baltic states; Joe Biden was part of the Obama Administration which fomented a Nazi coup in Ukraine in 2014.


  • Reported in: Issue 245
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 06/05/2021
  • Article language(s) Russian
  • Countries and/or Regions discussed in the disinformation: Ukraine, Russia
  • Keywords: Nazi/Fascist, Ukrainian statehood
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This article combines three recurrent and inter-related pro-Kremlin narratives. The first narrative claims that the EU has robbed member-states of their sovereignty, the second suggests that the EU seeks to destroy European ethnic nationalities, and the third accuses the EU of allowing uncontrolled migration into Europe.

These narratives are often spread by pro-Kremlin outlets in order to promote  euro-scepticism in Europe.

Disinfo: No conclusive evidence of Russia's involvement in SolarWinds hacking

Experts investigating the piracy of SolarWinds computers have concluded that the cyber criminals who committed this crime have succeeded in cleaning the crime scene completely, so that it is impossible for the investigators to determine who was behind it. If so, what are the reasons for blaming Russia in general and the Russian intelligence in particular?

We are back to vague expressions like the famous "highly likely" of former British Prime Minister Theresa May when she accused Russia of the alleged poisoning of double agent Sergey Skripal. Therefore, this is closer to the sick Western speculation and imaginations, than to the facts and concrete evidence.


Pro-Kremlin disinformation denying any Russian involvement in the SolarWinds hacking in late 2020.

While it is always difficult to attribute responsibility in hacking attempts, multiple state-linked and independent researchers from all over the world have found evidence linking Russia to the SolarWinds hacking. The FBI, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and the National Security Agency (NSA) of the US all concluded that Russia was behind the cyber-espionage incident, as did the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) of the UK. On January 2021, cybersecurity experts from Kaspersky discovered that the hackers had deployed malicious computer code tied to a hacking group known as “Turla”, widely suspect of operating on behalf of Russia’s FSB security service. On 24 February 2021, Microsoft president and chief legal officer Brad Smith declared in a US Senate hearing that “substantial evidence” pointed to Russia’s foreign intelligence agency, and to have found “no evidence” leading them anywhere else. In the same hearing, FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia also pointed that forensics were “not very consistent with cyberespionage from China, North Korea or Iran” but “most consistent with cyberespionage and behaviors we've seen out of Russia”. Other cybersecurity researchers reached similar conclusions.

Disinfo: In Sweden raping women is becoming a right for men of colour

In Sweden, Swedish women have no protection from sexual assault by men of colour. Raping Swedish women is becoming a right for men of coulour. Swedish women are afraid to report rapes because they might be accused of hate crimes by the police just because they denounced sexual assault by a man of colour.

The Swedes are such sheep that they reelect governments that favor immigrant invaders over ethnic Swedes.


Recurring pro-Kremlin narrative on the “invasion of Europe” by migrants and on Europe’s migration crisis presented without supporting evidence.

It is not true, as the article claims, that Swedish women are not protected from sexual assault by migrants. In 2018, Sweden passed a new law changing the legal definition of rape to non-consensual sex, implying that it is no longer owed to the prosecutor to prove that there was a threat, coercion or violence. This has led to greater protection for victims of sexual violence and consequently an increase in rape complaints. Furthermore, the Swedish police do not collect information on the ethnicity, religion, or race of perpetrators or victims of crime.