Exposed: The Facebook groups spreading Kremlin propaganda

Propastop has identified 17 Facebook groups of concern operating in Estonia. Here’s how to help combat their hate and misinformation.

Seeking attention for Seredenko

There is an action trying to implement the narrative of the persecution of Russians because of Sergei Seredenko’s detention at the beginning of March.

Kremlin activists ’„Righteous Estonia“ creeps on to the arena

A new information portal in the Estonian, Russian-language information space is gaining attention, the authors are, Klenski, Hantsom, Blintsova and others, which are well known to readers of Propastop.

There are still many Kremlin minded groups on Facebook

The news of the closure of fake accounts in recent weeks does not mean that the public should stop being vigilante. There are still groups on Facebook that distribute Kremlin propaganda materials.

Is an accusative resolution against Estonia developing into a propaganda attack?

The Eesti Päevaleht wrote about a resolution on the European Union of minorities, which gave false accusations against Estonia. Read how far the one sided statements have spread.

Russia – related networks in Estonia Part 1.

Propastop has reviewed the organizations and related people named in the KAPO (Estonian Internal Security Service) yearbook.

Will the British study lead to action?

A study commissioned by the British government that became a media flashpoint last week has given an alarming picture of the attitudes of Russian speaking people in Estonia. Read about how the Kremlin propaganda media handles the study.

German RT accuses Estonia of discrimination

We are used to finding propaganda examples, usually from Russian media. This time Kremlin German language propaganda channels are bothering Estonia. Read more here!

New attempt: The Kremlin provokes the EP again to punish Estonia

In mid September the Russian propaganda channel NTV televised in their news program a story based on the analysis of the Directorate-General for Internal Policies of the Union’s General Secretariat of the European Parliament, which gave the impression that the European Parliament was worried about the Russian speaking population of Estonia.