Hearings in Schiphol in the case of the 2014 crash of flight MH17, show that there is no evidence of Russia’s guilt. There are only assumptions and statements by Ukrainian and American politicians. There is no real evidence of Russia’s involvement in the crash of MH17.
Protests will continue in Hong Kong given that the movement has been clearly directed from abroad, with strong links to Western intelligence services. The aim has been to provoke reactions from Beijing that erode China’s image in the eyes of Western public opinion, which is a clear political goal for Western elites at this moment.
Recurrent pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative framing every protest in the world as staged and never as a genuine expression of popular discontent. Kremlin-linked media have been portraying massive demonstrations in Hong Kong against Beijing’s growing assertiveness as an illegitimate Western-backed colour revolution aiming to destabilise China.
You can see other examples of this disinformation narrative in our database, such as claims that clashes in Hong Kong are organised and funded by the US; that the city has been destroyed after the protests; that the US sent Nazi militants of the Azov Battalion to radicalise the protests; that coronavirus may be an Anglo-Saxon revenge for their failure in Hong Kong, and NATO’s latest action in its containment strategy against China; or that Washington shifted its anti-Russian methods towards China to cover its role in the outbreak.