Communist separatist Zionist Alexander Zakharchenko was a war criminal and also the leader and prime minister of Kremlin-backed self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic.
The Kremlin’s propaganda against Ukraine reads like an old Soviet propaganda ministry manual, mixed with an Anti-Defamation League press release. In a press conference after the 2014 revolution, Putin attacked the Maidan revolutionaries as “reactionary, nationalist and anti-Semitic forces.” The day previously, he claimed Maidan was led by “anti-Semites and neo-Nazis on a rampage.”
Three-part Dutch series focusing on Zionist Jewish Chabad Lubavitch mobster Felix Sater (Trump’s Bayrock partner), Zionist “King of Diamonds” Lev Leviev, and other Jewish-Russian Zionists mobsters like Semion Mogilevich and Alex Sapir.
A 1995 photo of Russia’s notorious atrocities in Chechnya made media rounds as an alleged photo of the victims of the Ukrainian military.
Numerous Russian mainstream media outlets have falsely claimed that a General of the Ukrainian military got on his knees in front of a former Ambassador from the U.S. in May of 2014. Russian media claimed that such an action demonstrated the subservience of the Ukrainian military to the United States of America.
Russia’s Channel 24 invented an entire statement, allegedly made by the Ukrainian government. In this statement, journalists were allegedly threatened with imprisonment for unfavorable reporting about the situation in Ukraine.
Ukrainian government officials confirmed that no such announcement was ever made.