Disinfo: The Rothschild family “made” Emmanuel Macron


  • Reported in: Issue 163
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 01/09/2019
  • Language/target audience: Serbian
  • Country: France
  • Keywords: Emmanuel Macron, West, Rothschild


Cases in the EUvsDisinfo database focus on messages in the international information space that are identified as providing a partial, distorted, or false depiction of reality and spread key pro-Kremlin messages. This does not necessarily imply, however, that a given outlet is linked to the Kremlin or editorially pro-Kremlin, or that it has intentionally sought to disinform. EUvsDisinfo publications do not represent an official EU position, as the information and opinions expressed are based on media reporting and analysis of the East Stratcom Task Force.

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USSR was not an aggressor in World War 2, it was forced to sign the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact

All anti-Russian publications have long relied on the 1939 Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, trying to portray the Soviet Union as an “aggressor”. It cannot be called anything other than an explicit attempt to rewrite world history. No single liberal media has stated how the Soviet Union sharply criticised Germany’s aggressive actions in Europe since 1938 and repeatedly tried to agree on a working treaty to counter German aggression. Nevertheless, England and France refused to take on specific obligations in the event of a German attack on any European state, thereby excluding the possibility of reaching such an agreement.    


A recurring disinformation narrative revising the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact (the Treaty of Non-Aggression between Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) was signed on 23 August 1939. A secret protocol was appended to the public pact of nonaggression which divided the whole of Eastern Europe into German and Soviet spheres of influence. Poland, east of the line formed by the Narew, Vistula, and San rivers would fall under the Soviet sphere of influence. The protocol also assigned Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Finland to the Soviet sphere of influence. Vyacheslav Molotov, then head of the Foreign Ministry of the Soviet Union, who signed the non-aggression pact and the secret protocol to it, denied its existence until his death in 1986. In December 1989, a special commission headed by Alexander Yakovlev, followed by the USSR Congress of People's Deputies, acknowledged the existence of a secret protocol to the Treaty between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany. Meanwhile, Moscow’s copy of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact was published for the first time in 2019. Contrary to the statement that there was no alternative for the Soviet Union other than to sign the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, it was the USSR who held negotiations with Britain, France, and Germany at the same time.

Rebellion in Crimea and Donbas against Nazis ruined NATO plans for a military base in Crimea

The rebellion by the Russian people of Crimea and Donbas was in full accordance with the UN principles and international law norms. As a civilised country, Russia had to protect its brothers who faced the threat of Russophobic genocide.

The collective West does not wish to take this into account for one simple reason: the rebellion of Russian people in Crimea and Donbas against Nazism ruined the plans to turn the Crimean peninsula into the NATO military base and to make it a Russophobic ram and an anti-Russian military springboard out of Ukraine.

Instead, Washington and Brussels introduced sanctions against Russia as they dislike Russia’s return of the world superpower status.


This is a mixture of conspiracy theories which are consistent with recurring pro-Kremlin narratives about 2014 Ukraine's coup d'état, Fascist / Nazi Ukraine, the persecution of the Russian language speakers, and belligerent West planning to use Ukraine in its anti-Russian policies. It also seriously misrepresents the ongoing acts of aggression by the Russian armed forces in Ukraine referring to the alleged "rebellion of Russian people in Crimea and Donbas against Nazism."

The claim about Ukrainian authorities plan to organise a Russophobic genocide is absolutely groundless and is aimed to discredit Ukraine and legitimise aggressive Russian actions in Ukraine.

Russia was ousted from G7 not because of Ukraine and Crimea

The liberal world order- financial globalism, is ending. Those who are ready to take responsibility for the transition to a new order are Trump, Putin and Xi Jinping. G7 was conceived as a liberal club, aimed at “optimising” the world economy and politics within financial globalism. That is why Russia was ousted from G7. Not because of Ukraine and Crimea.  


Pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative aimed at diverting attention from the problems of Crimea, Ukraine, as well as discrediting liberal values. Russia's membership of the G8 was suspended in 2014 because of its illegal annexation of Crimea. More details are here, here and here. In 1997, Russia was invited to join the G7 group of major advanced economies in the world, thus forming the G8. In 2006, President Putin hosted the G8 summit in Saint Petersburg. In June 2013 the Russian president stated "the G8 was necessary for coordinating the economic policies of the leading countries of the world. The discussions that take place within the G8 framework", he said, are “distinguished by their depth and confidentiality, making it possible to constructively resolve many political issues, even the most difficult ones." Nine months later, in March 2014, after Russia was excluded from the G8, the president of Russia expressed not the slightest regret over the matter. Russian propaganda started discrediting G7, examples can be read here and here.