Disinfo: United Europe is a vassal of the Anglo-Saxons and they team up against Russia


The EU is taking Napoleon's approach in relation to Russia. Napoleon was the first architect of a “united Europe” who wanted to subjugate Russia. Later came the similar schema of Hitler trying to unite Europe.

The process of uniting Europe accelerated in the context of the collapse of the USSR. But united Europe is needful for Anglo-Saxons only as a geopolitical vassal. In this case, Europe one again going against Russia. This time not with the sword but taken first Eastern Europe and later - former Soviet republics. Ukraine becomes subject to discord between the EU and Russia.

The future of united Europe depends on whether Europe will achieve real independence (from the Anglo-Saxons) or it will back to processes of self-division. The key aspect here is the relationship with Russia. It is the test of independence. Europe just needs to get rid of historical complexes, stop seeing Russia as the threat and recognise Russia's national interests.


This is a mix of recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives about Western Russophobia. It also presents the EU as a puppet of the Anglo-Saxons (first and foremost, the US). The idea of a united Europe is creatively paralleled with Napoleon's and Hitler's military campaigns against Russia.

Pro-Kremlin media often using the definition of Anglo-Saxons to demonize the West. See the analysis of “Anglo-Saxons” meaning in pro-Kremlin disinformation here.

The US does not control the EU, nor Eastern Europe. The EU Member States are sovereign countries and make sovereign decisions about their own security and foreign policies, including relations with Russia. The decisions in the EU are made by the directly elected European Parliament, the European Commission together with the European Council (the governments of the 27 EU countries). The negative influence on EU relations with Russia made Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea, support for rebel groups in eastern Ukraine, policies in the neighbourhood, disinformation campaigns and negative internal developments.

See similar examples of pro-Kremlin disinformation: Eastern Europe is used by Anglo-Saxons to isolate Russia; Germany and France should stop playing Anglo-Saxon games to restore they sovereignty; Anglo-Saxons have ugly views about Ukraine; Russophobic Poland, controlled by Anglo-Saxons, plans to occupy Belarus.


  • Reported in: Issue 243
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 06/05/2021
  • Article language(s) Russian
  • Countries and/or Regions discussed in the disinformation: EU, Russia, USSR, Ukraine, US
  • Keywords: Russophobia, Anglo-Saxon, Puppets, West, EU/NATO enlargement
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