The publication The Guardian wrote about the fact that the pandemic or the murder of African American George Floyd are only elements of a centuries-old history of oppression by the ruling elites. Donald Trump, whose decisions took the modern America to disaster, is randomly called “the happy opportunist” in the publication. But much more important and more responsible of the crisis are those who stand out above presidents: the ruling elites that granted Trump his powers and kept him in the White House despite his dangerous incompetence, are responsible of what’s happening in the US. The forces of white anger and resentment will see how America destroys itself before allowing our own power to be weakened.
Only hopeless idiots have not yet understood that the Democrats are behind these [protests]. Who is able to coordinate the actions of various political and social movements on such a scale, if not the one who finances most of them, and who regularly works with them during the elections, urging them to support Democratic candidates? Now its electorate is protesting and rampaging on the streets of American cities; you are unlikely to find Republican supporters among them. And when this crowd yells about the “anti-racist revolution” it means the anti-Republican one.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about the US racial justice protests. The widespread protests against racial injustice and police brutality broke out organically in the US after the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis on 25 May 2020. The protests followed several high-profile incidents involving African Americans and the police, invoking debates about racism and policy brutality in the US. There is no evidence to support the conspiracy theory that the protests are pre-arranged or organised by the Democratic Party. Read similar examples of disinformation alleging that riots in the US take place according to the colour revolution manuals of US Democrats and Obama and that the protests in the US are organised by the Democratic party ahead of the presidential election.