Kremlin propaganda launches fake that Europe wants to break Russia into pieces with Ukraine's hands

Russian media fakes. Source: from open sources

Russian propaganda has begun to spread the fake that the West allegedly intends to destroy Russia as a state in its current form. As a result of the "conspiracy of Western elites," Russia is supposed to be replaced by "10-20 parts".

At the same time, Russian propaganda claims that the West is going to achieve this goal by turning Ukraine into an "anti-Russia." The fake was denied by the Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security, which operates under the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy.

"The West wants to break Russia into 10-20 parts with the help of Ukraine. This is not true," the Center said.

They cited the content of a fake news story spread by Russian propaganda. According to it, Western countries are allegedly implementing an "anti-Russian project" in Ukraine and the goal of this "project" is to achieve systemic changes within the Russian Federation. The relevant theses, citing political scientist Kostyantyn Bondarenko, are being spread by Russian media.

Kremlin propaganda launches fake that Europe wants to break Russia into pieces with Ukraine's hands

"Claims that the West is allegedly implementing an "anti-Russian project" in Ukraine to break up the Russian Federation are a long-standing conspiracy theory invented by Russian propaganda. In addition, it is part of the Kremlin's narrative that in Ukraine, Moscow is allegedly at war with the "Anglo-Saxons" and NATO, not against the Ukrainian people. Its goal is to justify the genocidal war and convince Ukrainians that "their main enemy is in Washington, not Moscow," the Center for Strategic Communications emphasized.

The Center's experts added: "Ukraine is defending itself against the aggressive war that Russia has unleashed and continues to wage. Therefore, all the consequences that have already befallen the aggressor state and that await it in the future are the "merit" of the Kremlin's criminal policy, and not the result of the mythical "conspiracy of Western elites" that Russian propagandists love to talk about.

The Center also drew attention to the activities of Bondarenko, who is quoted by Russian propaganda.

"As for Bondarenko, he consistently promotes the interests of ex-regionalists, including Serhiy Tihipko, Vasyl Horbal, and Natalia Korolevska. His name is mentioned among the experts in the hacked mail of Vladislav Surkov, who is close to dictator Putin," the statement said.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA told what Kremlin propagandists have been lying about recently. In particular, the top key Kremlin narratives promoted by Western bloggers and journalists to Western audiences over the past week were collected by the Center for Countering Disinformation.

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