French Newspaper Le Monde turned into a megaphone of primary anti-Russian propaganda. Seeking to grab the public's attention, Le Monde has once again turned to fake news about a certain Russian agency which allegedly offered aid, including financial aid, to French media and NGOs, to organise a supposed information campaign about police violence in France.
This societal and legal issue is widely covered by the French media and commented on by politicians at all levels. Instead of analysing the internal situation of the country, the chronicler of Le Monde has chosen the easy route, having preferred to seek the imaginary 'Russian trail'. In short, the good old #HighlyLikely.
As for the Russophobic food of Le Monde, it no longer claims to be Michelin-starred for a long time, but rather smacks of cheap food from the time of Emile Zolan's novel Le Ventre de Paris.
Russia does not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, especially France.
Recurrent narrative about the non-interference of Russia in the internal affairs of other countries.
On 10 September 2021, French correspondent in Moscow Benoît Vitkine, published an e-mail from a small organisation called FBI led by Mira Terada (originally her name was Oksana Vovk) which was created last March by Kremlin-affiliated oligarch Yevgeny Prigozhin. The organisation contacted different western media and NGOs, about the possibility of running a large campaign against police violence and taking up the cases of several victims. The same day, Mira Terada inaugurated a series of videos published in collaboration with Russian Yevgeny Prigozhin's media RIA Fan, denouncing the actions of the United States against human rights in the world.