Information fights in America have reached such a heat that sensational revelations occur almost daily. The Americans have just been put of accusing the nearest employees of President Donald Trump in cooperation with the “Russian special services.” The charges were built on a “leak” of wiretapping materials from the Russian embassy, organized by the CIA. The accusations were concocted in such a way that the main spy was the Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, and the innocent adviser to the president on security issues, Michael Flynn was fired without serving even a month.
The German chancellery has recently been spooked by the idea that Russia might revive its “KGB methods of Cold War propaganda” in an attempt to destabilize Germany; it has therefore tasked its intelligence service to investigate whether the Kremlin really wants to “divide Europe” or are the fears just “an uncontrolled Internet rumor?”
German authorities have expressed concern over what they describe as “exaggerated” Russian coverage of the recent events in the country.