Western strategists have devised various strategies on how to annihilate Russia in its current form. One of these strategies is to raise an anti-Russian population in CIS states, create an army based on these populations, train them, and use them against Russia at the right moment. Ukraine could be an ideal place for this plan, as it is a large country with many Russophobes, as they start training children to hate Russia already in nurseries.
Criticism of the Russian Coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V is of purely political nature and is not related to either health or medicine.
Reservations about the Russian Sputnik V vaccine are caused by the fact that Russia didn’t complete the large trials which WHO insists that a vaccine must undergo involving thorough testing to examine the vaccine’s safety and efficacy before it is released. Rolling out an inadequately vetted vaccine could endanger the people receiving it.
See other examples in our database, such as claims that the UK launched a smear campaign against it; that the WHO confirmed that the Sputnik V was on Phase 3 of clinical testing; that the WHO and Microsoft sabotaged the Russian vaccine; that Europe is turning to Russia due to its desperate need for a vaccine; or that the West criticises the Sputnik V because it can’t accept Russia’s primacy and because its pharmaceutical companies will lose billions of dollars.