Helga Zepp-LaRouche Again Targeted by Ukrainian Blacklist

The Center for Countering Disinformation (CCD) of Ukraine published on May 31 a “Digest of Hate Speech by Russian Propagandists”, which twice accuses Schiller Institute founder and leader Helga Zepp-LaRouche of spreading Russian “hate speech” against both Ukraine and “its allies.”

The CCD labels as “Russian propaganda” and “hate speech” any advocacy of peace with Russia, reference to any NATO and Western responsibility for the war, or mention of swastikas and Hitler symbology adorning neo-Nazis in the ranks of Ukraine’s government and military. Such accusations carry implicit death threats, by labeling those accused foreign “enemies” and “information terrorists” who threaten Ukraine’s “national security”. Note that the Center, although operating under Kiev’s National Security and Defense Council, is advised, financed, and supported by NATO and Western governments.

The Schiller Institute and Helga Zepp-LaRouche personally have been fingered by the CCD since May of last year, and she was placed on the infamous Myrotvorets hit list on May 28, 2022 (cf. SAS 22, 33/22). Some of the people placed on the Myrotvorets list have been assassinated in the meantime. The new digest published last week names Zepp-LaRouche among those repeating “enemy narratives aimed at discrediting the U.K”, for reportedly saying on May 14 that “the U.S., U.K. and NATO is at war with Russia over Ukraine”. She is accused of saying on May 24, that “the British are contributing to the escalation of a nuclear conflict… ”.

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