EU has voted for a resolution which has the purpose of “fighting Russian propaganda”. At the same time Angela Merkel is advocating regulations against “fake news”. 

 EU has voted for a resolution that has the purpose of “fighting Russian propaganda”. Two media that is targeted is RT (Russia Today) and Sputnik. EU says that these media “spreads obviously false news”. EU-parliament says that “Kreml supports political parties in west that oppose EU”. EU is “seriously concerned” by the disinformation and propaganda which will increase the Russian influence and which has the purpose of break up EU. EU-parliament even says that Russian propaganda can be compared to ISIS propaganda. EU-parliament means that Russia have “financed opposition groups inside EU which has the purpose of splitting EU”. EU also means that Russia has “internet-trolls” which challenge “democratic values”.


EU-parliamentarian Anna Fotyga is an ambitious russophob. She says:

“The Russian government is employing a wide range of tools and instruments. Such as think-tanks, multilingual TV stations, pseudonews-agencies, multimedia service, social media and internet trolls to challenge democratic values, divide Europe, gather domestic support and create the perception of failed states in the EU’s eastern neighborhood”.

In the below video you can see MP’s of EU and their russophobia.




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