NATO remains a favourite target of the Kremlin's disinformation efforts. "The Russian Threat" is conjured by NATO to justify its expansion towards Russia's borders. German media, as we learn from Sputnik Deutschland, is joining the chorus, spreading "Russophobia" in order to make German voters more stupid. NATO has already taken control of the Baltics and Poland and is now trying to sink its teeth into Ukraine. Bosnia will probably also quickly be devoured by NATO. Had it not been for the genuinely popular uprisings in Crimea and Donbas, NATO would have already set up military bases all over the place. NATO is, after all, just a new type of American Colonialism.
Conspiracies remain a favourite instrument of the Kremlin's disinformation toolkit. Sputnik's Serbian services are shamelessly spreading age-old conspiracies about Jewish bankers, suggesting that "The Rothschild Family" created Emmanuel Macron. Anti-Semitism can always be employed in conspiracies; for instance suggesting the "Anglo-Zionist Empire" as the organisers of the murder of Grigorij Rasputin, a Siberian monk, close to the Imperial family of Russia before the 1917 revolution. Sputnik continues this anti-Semitic tradition, claiming that the concept of the conspiracy theory is a conspiracy itself, constructed by Jews.
Almost as evil as Jewish bankers, according to Kremlin-funded RT, are Western media and climate activists, who are calling for "a complete abolition of air and automobile travel, as well as government-overseen wealth redistribution programs beyond anything the communists of the 20th century could dream of." A Green Dictatorship, writes RT. Another pro-Kremlin site, Stoletie.ru, manages to suggest both that climate change is a hoax, and that the West is against it because Russia would actually benefit from global warming.