Disinfo: The EU has been preparing the invasion of migrants for a long time


Since 2008, the EU has been demanding an amendment to the law on protection of minorities, which would establish defamation and instigation of hatred as a crime. This proves that the EU has been preparing for the ‘invasion of migrants’ long time in advance, and through these censorship laws it aimed to silence any popular protests.


Preventing defamation and instigation of hatred is no "censorship". // As for "preparation of invasion": repeating an older disinformation about migration crisis with no supporting evidence given.


  • Reported in: Issue23
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 12/04/2016
  • Language/target audience: Czech
  • Keywords: EU, Censorship, Freedom of speech, Migration crisis, Ethnic Russians


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