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.
Igor Teterin and Allan Hantsom contribute to the launch of the new “Zemlyak” portal, which addresses mass statelessness, discrimination of Russian-language education, harassment of journalists and social inequality.
In a country where there has been no clear expression of ideology for years, and no talk of tendencies towards propaganda, everything has changed in recent months.
The conference of the Coordinating Council of Russian Compatriots held in Tallinn in mid-June was severely criticized by Sergei Tshaulin.
This spring, Sergei Tydyakov (Тыдыяков), a former activist of the Night Watch and a former member of the board of the NGO of the same name, has come to the media’s attention.
During the last month, there was a lot of talk in the Estonian media about the appearance of Estonian politicians in the Russian media, conspiracy theories related to the coronavirus, as well as the attention received by two Master’s theses.
Trofimov, who was detained at Manila Airport for more than three months, has continued to maintain his Facebook blog after returning to Estonia. The message of the postings are offensive to Estonia.
The Russian-language editorial board of ERR must stop posting its news in groups that actively share anti-Estonian propaganda channels.
The Facebook webpage Za Buduštšeje is actively fighting against Estonian coronavirus policy. The site’s carriers have worked with activists spreading the Kremlin’s messages.
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.