Disinfo: There was a violent coup in Ukraine

Summary

There was a violent coup in Ukraine.

Disproof

Repeating already debunked disinformation. The spontaneous onset of the Euromaidan protests was a reaction of large parts of the Ukrainian population to the Yanukovych government’s sudden departure from the Association Agreement with the European Union in November 2013.

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 39
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 04/09/2016
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Ukraine
  • Keywords: Coup, Euromaidan
  • Outlet: Vesti nedeli @ Rossiya-1, 38:42
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The ban on Russian sportsmen in the Paralympics was a…

The ban on Russian sportsmen in the Paralympics was a genocide based on citizenship. // The Americans think that the Russian army is unbeatable. // The Ukrainian army is only about alcohol, drugs and rock-and-roll.

Disproof

Sanctioning massive state-organised doping is not genocide. // Both the Russian army and the Ukrainian army claims are just baseless opinions.

The voluntary batallions in Ukraine are marching on Kyiv to…

The voluntary batallions in Ukraine are marching on Kyiv to overthrow the Ukrainian government.

Disproof

The article is founded on a claim of a Russian-backed separatist leader - no evidence for his claims given. These claims are periodically repeated by pro-Kremlin outlets, although nothing like that ever happened.

Foreign countries embassies and NGOs decided outside of Georgia that…

Foreign countries embassies and NGOs decided outside of Georgia that a pro-European politician should be an MP in Georgia. The NGOs are funded by Soros Foundation Central Office and they are mobilizing to get him elected.

Disproof

No evidence given. The West (EU, US) respects Georgian sovereignity. NGOs are autonomous groups reflecting the interests of civil society and promoting human rights and freedoms in accordance with Georgia’s own international engagements