The Kremlin propaganda specter is on the move

Last week, the Mayor of Vilnius, Remigijus Šimašius, posted on Facebook about how the Estonian concert organizer Artmusic was trying to get permission to organize a Kremlin history-themed propaganda spreading concert entitled “Songs of Freedom” in May 2020 in Vilnius’s central square.

Keila’s decision reanimated Kremlin minded individuals and groups in Estonia

On November 26, Keila City Council decided that next year the first class of Keila Elementary School would no longer admit children with Russian as their language of instruction and that the school would be merged with Keila primary school.

RT Editor-in-Chief: Estonia is the worst place in Europe for Sputnik employees

In early November, the owner of the Sputnik network who is also the chief editor of Russia Today (RT) accused Estonia of systematically bullying Sputnik employees as well as more generally RT workers, adding that for those employees, Estonia is the worst country in Europe to work.

Some good and bad news at the same time

Last week in the Kremlin propaganda media: A surprisingly widespread article about Estonia’s positive side and recent propaganda attacks related to World War II memorials.

Putin supporting youth once again waved protest banners at the Estonian Embassy in Moscow

A demonstration by the ruling Russian political party’s youth organization on Friday in Moscow brings to mind the events of 2007.

Propastop People’s Initiative in the jaws of Russia Today

The German-language edition of Russia Today attacked Propastop’s People’s Initiative

The Kremlin media called the closing of Tallinn TV as Russophobic

Russia’s propaganda media presented the closing of TTV as harassment of a Russian-language media channel. Old fake news on the topic was also posted.

An Estonian message appeared in the Russian media

The Russian media network circulated information with the Estonian position, that the country was occupied in 1944, not liberated.

A Kremlin propaganda traveling exhibition is coming to Estonia

An exhibition called „A Journey to Victory“ has been compiled in Russia and is set to be exhibited in 20 European countries, including Estonia. Read more!

The Bronze Soldier is back at Tõnismägi. In virtual reality.

An app, using virtual reality, created by a Kremlin-based group, shows Aljoša in his former location. This is part of a propaganda action related to the so-called „liberation“ of Tallinn, of which are awaited more in the upcoming week.