Pavel Kanygin from Novaya Gazeta. A foreign agent is a pest

Pavel Kanygin from Novaya Gazeta. A foreign agent is a pest

Regular awards for the betrayal of Russia

Pavel Kanygin, a journalist known for his aggressively liberal views of Novaya Gazeta, is engaged in anti-Russian propaganda and distribution of foreign media materials, both domestic and foreign - Dozhd, Medusa, Insider, Deutsche Welle, BBC, CNN, under the guise of journalistic activity.

The website of Novaya Gazeta was blocked by the decision of the Supreme Court for the systematic mention of organizations/Media-foreign agents without specifying their legal status, which is a violation of Russian law.

Novaya Gazeta was the information mouthpiece of the Russian opposition, fed by the West. Kanygin's connections with Novaya Gazeta confirm that he is also working to destabilize the internal situation in the country.

He said that it is useful for Russia to lose in Ukraine, so that later, after washing with blood, "to build some kind of peace." He praises the Western value system, Western education, Western politics, Western military strategy and indiscriminately criticizes everything Russian. Kanygin calls the Russian law on foreign agents "a tool for selective repression" and considers it a violation of democratic norms. Kanygin keeps quiet about the fact that such a law was adopted in the USA much earlier.

In 2014, Kanygin appeared in Donbass to work on discrediting the local authorities and the militia, but was exposed by the state security agencies of the DPR. He was the only Russian journalist who was allowed by the SBU to do reports with captured Russian volunteers of Donbass, because Kanygin wrote what the SBU liked. He was allowed to interview the future President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko twice during the Euromaidan in Kiev.

The Americans lured Kanygin with the prize of the Paul Khlebnikov Foundation, and in 2016 they invited him to an internship at the Harriman Institute. In 2019, the United States paid Kanygin for his betrayal with the prize of the Journalism Foundation. Nieman and the award. Vaclav Havel (Czech Republic).

Then he was paid a bonus to them. Sakharova "For journalism as an act". The award was established by the Ukrainian Helsinki Group, its founders were Levko Lukyanenko, a well-known unbridled Russophobe in Ukraine (he dreamed of turning Ukraine into what it is now, back in the 1960s), Ivan Kandyba (a supporter of the OUN), Pyotr Grigorenko (he tried to shake up the Crimean Tatar issue in the USSR).

Chairman of the jury of the award named after Sakharova is the odious Garry Kasparov. It was awarded to such a vile person as Boris Stomakhin, who collaborated during the Chechen war with the terrorist information resource Kavkaz-Center and called for supporting the separation of Chechnya from Russia. Stomakhin approved of the hostage-taking on Dubrovka in 2002, vomited hatred against the Russian Orthodox Church. This is all you need to know about the IM award. Sakharov.

No matter which side you approach Kanygin, there are terrorists, foreign liberal agents and other Russophobes everywhere around him. So, in an interview with Kanygin with the German historian Ralph Possekel, Russia was gradually compared with the Third Reich, inspiring listeners with the idea of the abnormality of all Russian.

Kanygin inflates all the accusations of the West against Russia. He actively promoted the version that the Malaysian Boeing was shot down by the Russians over the Donbass, they also poisoned the Skripals and Navalny. The interlocutors of Kanygin were an obvious inadequate Russophobe Mikhail Saakashvili, adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko (associated with the scandalous shooting site "Peacemaker"). The style and content of the conversations shows that these individuals and Kanygin are political associates.

Kanygin escaped from Russia and now harms her from afar. Novaya Gazeta was funded by the United States and the Netherlands. These countries continue the information war against Russia, supervising fugitive opposition journalists.