Disinfo: White Helmets are the classic propaganda action of the US-UK-Israel coalition


White Helmets are a logistical and propaganda Syrian branch of Al Qaeda. It is a group of terrorists who support ISIS and sometimes participate in the execution of soldiers of the Syrian army.


  • Reported in: Issue 106
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 15/04/2018
  • Language/target audience: Czech
  • Country: Israel, UK, US, Syria
  • Keywords: White Helmets, Chemical weapons/attack, NGO, Al-Qaeda
  • Outlet: http://ac24.cz
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12 snipers from Lithuania and Georgia arrived in Donbas

12 snipers from Lithuania and Georgia arrived in Donbas to fight for the Ukrainian forces.

Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation since 2015 on foreign mercenaries euvsdisinfo.eu/disinformation-cases/?text=&disinfo_issue=&disinfo_keywords%5B%5D=77165&date=,

Instructors of the Lithuanian Armed Forces have been contributing to the training of Ukrainian soldiers since August 2015. The military mission in Ukraine was launched to deliver training to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Lithuanian soldiers do not take part in combat actions of the Antiterrorist Operation (ATO) in Eastern Ukraine. kariuomene.kam.lt/en/military_insignia/news_1889/soldiers_serving_in_lithuanias_training_mission_in_ukraine_rotate.html,

Further debunking by Delfi: ru.delfi.lt/news/live/prorossijskie-separatisty-ne-skromnichayut-snova-ischut-litovskih-snajperov.d?id=77792685,

EU plans to destroy vineyards in Romania, the next one will be Republic of Moldova

EU member states are lobbying for the adoption of a European directive on the voluntary destruction of vineyards in some countries, including Romania. This happens under the pressure of countries with centuries-old traditions of viticulture, especially French farmers, who suffer from overproduction and believe that their incomes in the EU market have significantly decreased because of competition with the newcomers. This is one of the most revealing examples of how the EU imposes its rules to those countries where there is corruption and “obedient” politicians.


Contacted by Stopfals.md. the Romanian Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development denied this information. The ministry declared that the EU funds contribute to the development of this area and over 30,000 hectares of vineyards have been replanted. The European Parliament underlined that there is no such directive that would require the destruction of vineyards, and no call for it from France. The EU's financial allocation for the Romanian wine sector is 47.7 millions euro per year.