Disinfo: Soros and UNICEF prohibiting boys to be boys and girls to be girls in Georgia


Georgian government passed a decree No 488 on pre –school state standards, according to which children should not be divided as boys and girls. These standards are created by the Georgian Education Ministry and UNICEF and prepared with the support of international organisations World Vision’s Georgia representation, Open – Society Georgia and the US Embassy.


No evidence given. UNICEF cannot decide over Georgia's school programme. Soros is often blamed for anything in pro-Kremlin disinformation outlets.


Georgia and the World (printed newspaper)
  • Reported in: Issue89
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 17/11/2017
  • Language/target audience: Georgian
  • Country: US, Georgia
  • Keywords: Western values, George Soros, LGBT


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Sweden under pressure to adopt Islamic national flag

A social media campaign is pressuring Sweden to adopt a Turkish-style flag due to Islam’s rapid growth in the country, the campaign’s hashtag being #ForBetterSweden.


There are no plans to change the Swedish flag. In fact, Swedish fact checker initiative Viralgranskaren have found that the false campaign originates from the webforum 4chan, known for its trolling and spreading of disinformation. There is no indication that the campaign would be serious. Rather, the campaign seems to be staged for the purpose of provoking trolls on the 4chan web forum. This has been done, among other things, by tweets under the newly created hash tag #ForBetterSweden, fake propaganda images and altered screenshots from newspapers such as Slate and Buzzfeed. The similar site 8chan has a thread about the project. www.metro.se/artikel/4chan-anv%C3%A4ndare-bakom-falsk-namninsamling-f%C3%B6r-att-%C3%A4ndra-sveriges-flagga,

Europe will annex the Eastern Partnership countries and disintegration of Russia will begin

For Western Europe, the territory to the East is an annex of resources. The Europeans will not tolerate any sovereign state or territorial entity that does not feel itself an attachment to their interests. They declare a zone of their interests – this is a normal strategy – those countries, through which the oil and gas pipelines, that are feeding and supplying Europe, pass today. Now they will annex these countries under false humanitarian values and slogans.Then the disintegration of Russia will begin.



No evidence given. The EU hasn’t ever had any plan of dismantling Russia or seizing the natural resources or territory of the former USSR. The Treaty on the European Union states that any European country may apply for membership if it respects the democratic values of the EU and is committed to promoting them.

The Eastern Partnership initiative is not an EU accession process. Each country is free to choose the level of ambition and the goals to which it aspires in its relations with the European Union. Further debunking here. Worth mentioning is that the only country seizing territories illegally from an Eastern Partnership country; Ukraine, is Russia eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquarters-homepage_en/22959/The%20EU%20non-recognition%20policy%20for%20Crimea%20and%20Sevastopol:%20Fact%20Sheet, .

In February 2014, the West destabilized Ukraine, organized a coup d’etat in this country and deceived President Yanukovych, who eventually was overthrown

The West destabilized Ukraine and organized, facilitated the coup and thus facilitated the overthrowing of Yanukovych.



The demonstrations which began in Kyiv in November 2013 – called "Maidan", or "Euromaidan" – were not provoked from outside but were a result of the Ukrainian people's frustration with former President Yanukovych's last minute U-turn when, after seven years of negotiation, he refused to sign the EU–Ukraine Association Agreement and halted progress towards Ukraine's closer relationship with the EU as a result of Russian pressure. The protesters' demands included constitutional reform, a stronger role for parliament, formation of a government of national unity, an end to corruption, early presidential elections and an end to violence http://bit.ly/2ftv6iT.

Far from destabilising Ukraine or using it as a tool of aggression, the EU and its Member States have been deeply engaged in seeking a solution to the crisis brought about by Russia's subsequent military intervention in the East of the country. France and Germany are, together with Ukraine and Russia, the four members of the Normandy contact group tasked with resolving the situation in the East of Ukraine. EU High Representative Federica Mogherini has reaffirmed many times that the implementation by all sides of the Minsk agreements, signed to bring to an end the conflict in the East, is an absolute priority.