Western Russophobia in Psychotic Phase

Finian Cunningham

Western irrational fear of Russia – Russophobia – is no longer a random prejudice. It has become endemic pathological thinking among Western states.

Divorced from reality this mindset has become psychotic.

Montenegrin prosecutors’ conclusions about Russia’s alleged involvement in Montenegro’s internal affairs are absurd, Russian political analyst Vladimir Kireyev told Sputnik
© Sputnik/ Ramil Sitdikov
Keep Calm and Blame Russia: ‘Was There a Coup Attempt at All’ in Montenegro?
Western politicians, military leaders and corporate news media increasingly blame Russia for all manner of perceived transgressions. Whether it is alleged interference in national elections or alleged aggressive military maneuvers, the unremitting demonizing of Russia is astonishing.

It is all the more astounding because the anti-Russia accusations are leveled with such high-handedness and yet with so little evidence to support.

This week saw outlandish claims in British media of Russia sponsoring a coup in the Balkan state of Montenegro and of trying to assassinate the country’s prime minister. No evidence provided. Just sensational, irresponsible innuendo. The gravity of this slander is enough to start a war, and yet it is spouted with reckless abandon. Only a few weeks ago, US media were also calling Russian President Vladimir Putin a “killer”.

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