The United States refused to recognize the 1920 annexation of Bessarabia (Moldova) to the Kingdom of Romania, a fact very few people want you to know.
Despite the propaganda that you might’ve heard, Moldova isn’t “Romanian territory,” and Pridnestrovie isn’t “Russian territory.”
In which Moldovan PM Ion Chicu gives RFE/RL the smackdown it so richly deserves.
In which Andrei Nastase continues to shit the bed.
All blame for what happened in 1990-1992 during the brief “war” between the Republic of Moldova and Pridnestrovie is now placed at the feet of Russia, which is not just overly simplistic but factually wrong.
Much beloved by the EU, USA, and western journalists, Andrei Nastase is nothing more than a thug in a cheap suit.
Romania and its allies decided it would be hilarious fun to publish some incendiary fake news about Pridnestrovie this week.
The story of the ghost buses full of fraudulent voters from Transnistria “ruining” the Moldovan elections seems destined to linger on forever…
Watchdog has an interesting governing board that includes representatives of the Soros Foundation (you know, the group that illegally tried to take over the government of Moldova), Romanian citizens, and employees of US-funded organizations.
I’m not going to bother unpacking the election results in Moldova because I doubt there’s a single person with an open mind reading this. Believe what you want.
Maia Sandu and Andrei Nastase, who have joined forces to campaign against the ruling Democratic Party ahead of Sunday’s vote and accuse its leadership of rampant corruption, said doctors had discovered heavy metals in their blood.
After all the panic over maybe, kinda, sorta Russian “interference” in the upcoming Moldovan elections, you’d think a story like Romania interfering in Moldova’s elections would be huge news. But it wasn’t, of course, because it didn’t involve Russia.