English hooligans, by shouting insults at President Putin and tennis player Maria Sharapova, provoked clashes with Russia fans at Marseille’s Velodrome stadium which hosted the Euro2016 England-Russia game on 11 June.
The riots during the England-Russia Euro2016 football match broke out after the English fans started to insult the Russians.
The US is preparing to destroy Russia and intends to make Siberia its 51st state.
There was a coup in Ukraine, which eventually resulted in a civil war.
NATO military exercise on the territory of Poland is in fact preparation for dividing Ukraine between its western neighbours.
Hungary is preparing to annex Transcarpathia.
NATO is preparing to attack Russia.
The Ukrainian government killed more than 50 thousand of its own citizens and is responsible for destroying all economic ties with Russia.
Ukraine has a Nazi identity.
Turkish nationalists (the “Grey Wolves”), Polish mercenaries and Islamic militants support the Ukrainian army in Donbass.
According to Ambassador Vitaly Churkin, the UN Security Council has not received any requests from Ukraine for the deployment of a peacekeeping operation in Donbass.
Without Russia, Ukraine is turning into a desert.
The CIA and the US State Department planned a coup d’etat in the LPR with the involvement of the Mercy Corps. Oksana Mikitenko, employee of the organization, is a US spy.
Ukraine has never existed as an independent country.
The fall of the previous Czech government led by premier Nečas was orchestrated by the CIA through the American embassy.
Ukraine is an artificial state created by the Russians.
The Czech Republic would not need to face a wave of migration if political elites had not supported the Lisbon treaty.
Radical-minded Ukrainians are preparing to attack peace-loving Russia.
There are 20 million ethnic Russians in Ukraine.
Citizens of Dniepropetrovsk, Odessa, Nikolaev and other southern and eastern Ukrainian towns are waiting for an “external power” to protect them from the Ukrainian government. They want to join Russia. // In the 17th century, Ukrainian hetmen realized that they could not govern even their small area and decided to join Russia of their own will.