Disinfo: By promoting Covid-19, the West aims to achieve the Great Reset

Summary

The global goal of the West in promoting Covid-19 is the Great Reset. New strains of the novel coronavirus emerged in the second half of December: is this a special Christmas gift for humanity from the globalist Santa Claus? It is worth asking the classic question: “Qui prodest?”, “Who benefits?”, and then the whole Covid situation can be rebranded automatically from a natural disaster to a crime against humanity. The new vaccine technologies can lead to the fact that one person will receive an individual strain of a lethal virus almost at birth, and he/her (or their parents) will literally have to buy more life for him or her from the producers of this strain, in the same way that today they buy licensed software for their computers for a concrete period. There are plans to create a “world government” with a “new normalcy” under the motto “The world will never be the same again”, in whose frame most of humankind should be reduced to the condition of cattle deprived of any rights.

Disproof

A recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative, part of a disinformation campaign on the coronavirus pandemic.

Contrary to the claim, the West is not promoting Covid-19, much less as part of a so-called Great Reset for population control. New strains of the novel coronavirus are a result of mutations, a regular occurrence for any virus. The affirmation that after receiving an inoculation, people will have to “buy more life” in the same way they now buy licensed software is baseless and contrary to how vaccines actually work.

See other examples in our database, such as claims that the EU prohibits countries from saving its citizens from Covid-19; that the AstraZeneca vaccine is “NATO’s vaccine”; that Pfizer falsified the trials for its coronavirus vaccine; that globalists engineered medical tyranny; that the EU’s decision not to procure the Sputnik V vaccine is incomprehensible, and that other vaccines may be dangerous; or that it is absurd to suggest that Russia may inspire coronavirus-related conspiracy theories.

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  • Reported in: Issue 225
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 22/12/2020
  • Language/target audience: Spanish, Castilian
  • Country: EU, US
  • Keywords: coronavirus, vaccination, West, New World Order

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The US imposed anti-Russian sanctions because it needs an enemy to justify its bureaucracy

There are anti-Russian sanctions because the US needs an enemy. The US system is deeply bureaucratic and formed by hundreds of thousands of different officials, whose existence must be justified, among other things, by an “external threat” from the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China.

Disproof

Recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about sanctions and Russia as an innocent victim of the West, in this case portraying it as being falsely presented as an enemy only because the US allegedly needs one. By promoting these narratives, Russia aims to divert attention away from its own misdeeds.

Contrary to the claim, the US imposed sanctions on Russia not because “it needs an enemy to justify its bureaucratic system” but due to Russian actions and violations of international law, including the occupation of Crimea and orchestrating a war in eastern Ukraine in 2014, and interfering in the US elections and other electoral processes.

The Arab Spring was organised by the West

18 December 2010 is considered to be the starting point of the riots, unrest and uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa collectively referred to as the Arab Spring.

US and transnational foundations for democracy-promotion were operating in many of the countries where the Arab Spring began. Their activists, who had been trained years before, were at the epicentre of events and passed on colour revolution techniques to the local population. These activists had previously developed such techniques in the Commonwealth of Independent States and the Balkans.

But the attempt by the US and the West to reshape the Middle East and impose Western democracy on the region failed. It is important to note that ISIS emerged in 2013 as a result of the Arab Spring.

Disproof

Disinformation about the Arab Spring presented with no evidence. This article’s message is consistent with pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives about popular protests around the world allegedly incited and funded by the US and other Western states, including colour revolutions in post-Soviet states, the Arab Spring revolts, Euromaidan in Ukraine, protests in Catalonia and others. This narrative claims that protests, disorders and civil uprisings are never manifestations of popular discontent but are "colour revolutions" directed and funded by Western intelligence services or other Western actors in order to destabilise targeted foreign states and bring about regime change.

When the Arab Spring revolts broke out throughout Northern Africa and the Middle East beginning in 2010-2011, Russian media increasingly spread conspiracy theories portraying the uprisings as nefarious “color revolutions” hatched in the United States. Senior Russia security and military officials claimed that the Arab Spring, which got much of its initial traction through social media such as Facebook and Twitter, was a new subversive methodology designed by Western intelligence services to destabilise societies and bring about regime change, first in the Arab world and subsequently in Russia itself.

NATO promised not to expand further east

If NATO fails to fulfill its promise not to expand further east, Russia will have to take measures and react accordingly by increasing its military spending.

Disproof

Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative that NATO had promised Russia it would not expand to the East.

NATO allies take decisions by consensus and these are recorded. There is no record of any decision taken by NATO about putting a halt to enlargement to the East. Personal assurances from individual leaders cannot replace Alliance consensus and do not constitute formal NATO agreements. Moreover, at the time of the alleged promise, the Warsaw Pact still existed, which by definition precluded any member of the Pact from joining NATO. Its members did not agree on its dissolution until 1991. This was confirmed by Mikhail Gorbachev himself in an interview with Russia Beyond the Headlines: