PROPAGANDA FAIL: “Terrified Ukrainians Flee to Russia” footage shows POLISH border

Sources: EuromaidanPR, @Voproskin, Ukrayinska Pravda

Russian TV Channel “ORT” launches an information war against Ukraine. In the video linked below, reports claim that some 140 thousand refugees from Ukraine are “fleeing from the chaos” into the Southern regions of Russia.

However, at 0:14, you can easily see the name of the the international checkpoint at the state border: Shegyni-Medyka, situated at the border with…. Poland!


Meanwhile, this is the real picture of the Ukrainian-Russian border, at the Nekhoteyevka checkpoint, leading into Belgorod region, which, ORT Channel claims, is one of the active recipients of the refugees:


The feed is updated every 3 to 5 minutes. If you’re still skeptical, you can see it for yourself:
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Think twice before you take on any information from Russian sites and news channels! The lies are getting more blatant by the minute, and they’re not even bothering to be subtle anymore.

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9 Responses to PROPAGANDA FAIL: “Terrified Ukrainians Flee to Russia” footage shows POLISH border

  1. achilliad says:

    Yes, my fiancee` who I have known since 2010 is in Zaporozhye, Ukraine and I was planning to take my time and save our money to import her to the USA by the end of the year. Now with recent events, I need to quickly raise money to liberate her, her elderly and infirm mother and thirty-year old son from there asap! Any suggestions or help is greatly appreciated! You can read about us at my blog under “Cafe` Skype” please.

    • M says:

      Dude, something is making fool of you and trying to get money from you. There is no need to liberate, situation is way better than they show on the news.

  2. lawn says:

    I saw a bus! It must be full of terrified Ukrainians!

  3. Kuba says:

    Actually many Ukrainians live and/or work in Poland. Also there is a smuggling trail between those two countries, so the border security makes crossing the border relatively slow. Probably by far this is not the biggest queue seen on Ukrainie-Poland border.

  4. Chris says:

    In 2012 Russia was the TOP 9th most visited country in the world ( ). I guess this is not the case for 2014 anymore – the Poland will be!

  5. achilliad says:

    Hi Voices: Please delete my above comment. The city I mentioned is wrong. @M, nobody is making a fool of me. if lucky, you will see.

  6. Pingback: ENOUGH OF YOUR LIES: 20 of the Most Disgraceful Russian Media Lies About the Events in Eastern Ukraine | Voices of Ukraine

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