Ukraine is an artificially created structure that cannot function independently without the West.

Summary

Ukraine is an artificially created structure. It cannot function independently. It retains its territorial integrity only and exclusively because it is needed by the Western orderer as an uncomfortable neighbor for Russia.

 

Disproof

Recurring disinformation. Ukraine is a legitimate state with a legitimate government recognized by all the the UN members and functioning due to the democratic President and Parliament elections held after in 2014.

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 85
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 20/10/2017
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Russia, Ukraine
  • Keywords: Ukrainian disintegration, The West, Ukrainian statehood
  • Outlet: Vremya pokazhet @Pervyi kanal, 28:07
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USSR forced the West to form a middle class, overcome segregation and develop education and human rights.

As an answer to the challenges from the USSR became the formation of a powerful middle class, development of education, guaranteeing human rights, and overcoming permitting segregation [in the West].

 

Disproof

Powerful middle class, high standards of education, human rights, overcoming segregation etc. are the result of the Western democracy’s development throughout its centuries-old history, not the Bolshevik revolution in 1917.

Baltic states are dying quietly because they chose not to be with Russia

Like the Eastern Europe, Ukraine cannot exist normally without Russia. And because of the strategic choice has been made without Russia, it will not be dying quietly, like the Baltic states [are dying]. It is too big for this.

And the resources of Europe are not enough for Ukraine. Therefore, Ukraine – when it made a strategic choice without Russia – it will die. It will be dying messy and untidy.

 

Disproof

Despite the fact that some experts call Baltic countries “Baltic Turtles”, the economies of these states are growing up these years as well as the GDPs of Poland and Czech Republic.

The EU has pledged €12.8 billion support package for the next few years to support the reform process in Ukraine.

Radical forces have a plan to storm Kyiv if President Poroshenko uses force against Saakashvili’s supporters

In fact, the radicals began preparing long ago. Moreover, they are preparing to storm Kyiv. They are getting ready and they are ready to fight. In principle, they are ready to overthrow this power. […] If the situation now develops and the assault starts, […] these battalions […] well-armed, with combat equipment, which was provided by their supreme commander-in-chief, are ready to move at any moment.

Disproof

No evidence of the plans to storm Kyiv by anybody now. During the demonstration on October 17 in Kyiv, protesters called for Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to enact anticorruption reforms or step down at a rally organized by Mikheil Saakashvili and other opposition leaders.