US military leaders believed in a direct threat against America and the Western world from organised Jewry

Summary

U.S. military leaders in the first half of the 20th century widely believed that the world faced a direct threat from organised Jewry, which had seized control of Russia and similarly sought to subvert and gain mastery over America and the rest of Western civilization.

In these military circles, there was an overwhelming belief that powerful Jewish elements had financed and led Russia’s Bolshevik Revolution, and were organizing similar Communist movements elsewhere aimed at destroying all existing Gentile elites and imposing Jewish supremacy throughout America and the rest of the Western world.

Disproof

Anti-Semitic hate speech.The News Front article is full of age-old, unfounded, anti-Semitic tropes. See here for other examples of anti-Semitic disinformation narratives.

For information about EU-policies to combat anti-Semitism - see here.

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 153
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 11/06/2019
  • Language/target audience: English
  • Country: United States
  • Keywords: Hate Speech, Anti-Semitism, Conspiracy
  • Outlet: News Front English
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10 million Ukrainians have to work abroad because of the government’s policies

10 million Ukrainians have to work abroad because of the government’s policies.

Disproof

Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation about the economic situation in Ukraine.

According to the official statistics of the Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine, there are 3 million Ukrainians who work abroad.  “On a constant basis, there are 3.2 million migrant workers from Ukraine every year” the Ministry informed.

The Russian language is changing the world

Germans have started to give their newborn Russian names – Dimitri and Olga being the most popular – and US suggests to declare Russian the second most important language. The Russian language is changing the world.

Disproof

A misrepresentation of quotes. The German article referred to by Tsargrad presents a short list of ''the prettiest Russian names''. Neither Dmitri, nor Olga or any other distinctly Russian name is anywhere near the most popular names in Germany, according to German statistics.

The claim that the US suggests Russian to be declared "the second most important language" is also a misrepresentation of a quote of a representative of NAFSA, the US National Association for Foreign Student Affairs, suggesting means of attracting US students to learn Russian.

Ukraine is a source of cheap raw materials and an anti-Russian springboard

In 2014 Ukrainian nationalists, supported by radicals, organized a coup. They captured the whole state and unleashed a civil conflict. It turned out that Western masters have little interest in Ukraine’s domestic politics because the EU got the main thing: a source of cheap raw materials, labour force and an open market. Furthermore, the EU destroyed competitive branches of Ukraine’s industry. In turn, the US received a new anti-Russia springboard with a frozen military conflict and, potentially, a new buyer of liquified gas.

Disproof

This is disinformation consistent with a collection of recurring pro-Kremlin narratives alleging a coup d’état in Ukraine and civil war, abandoned UkraineUkraine's hyper-dependence on the West, and Ukraine as an anti-Russian project.

The spontaneous onset of massive Euromaidan protests was a reaction of the Ukrainian population to the sudden departure of the President Yanukovych from the Association Agreement with the European Union and to the brutal dispersal of student protest actions on 30 November 2013. The 2014 events cannot be named a coup d'état because, after Yanukovych's escape, the new President was elected in free and fair elections. According to the OSCE, "the people of Ukraine had the opportunity to genuinely express their will at the ballot box".