Sweden is being torn to pieces by Muslim immigrants and…

Summary

Sweden is being torn to pieces by Muslim immigrants and refugees. Swedish National Police Chief warns of imminent civil war.

Disproof

The Swedish National Police Chief was interviewed in Swedish TV and he called for coordinated solutions and cooperation with other Swedish agencies, municipalities and politicians (for example those working with housing, education, health etc) in order to tackle problems in society that can't be solved solely by the police. He does not mention civil war, nor does he mention Muslim immigrants. bit.ly/2tC9YhK,

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 75
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 26/06/2017
  • Language/target audience: English
  • Country: Sweden
  • Keywords: Refugees, Muslim/Islam, Migration crisis
  • Outlet: infowars.com
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NATO and the West planned to cut USSR into pieces…

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Disproof

No evidence given. The end of the Cold War was a victory for the people of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, and opened the way to overcoming the division of Europe. At pathbreaking Summit meetings in the years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Russia played its part in building a new, inclusive European security architecture, including the Charter of Paris, the establishment of the OSCE, the creation of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council, and the NATO-Russia Founding Act. Since the end of the Cold War, NATO reached out to Russia with a series of partnership initiatives, culminating in the foundation of the NATO-Russia Council in 2002. No other country has had such a privileged relationship with NATO. bit.ly/21G4hHE,

Oligarchs of the Bilderberg Group made Macron President of France

Oligarchs of the Bilderberg Group made Macron President of France.

Disproof

Conspiracy theory without any evidence. Emmanuel Macron was elected in free and democratic presidential elections that were held in France 23 April and 7 May 2017. Macron got 20 743 128 or 66.10 % of the votes of the French electorate. bit.ly/2q3qZj0,