“CyberBerkut”: US Is Preparing a Color Revolution in Russia on the Model of Ukraine

Translated by Ollie Richardson



Hackers from “CyberBerkut” have gained access to documents of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) from the United States, which contain information that the American journalist David Satter, who reportedly works for American intelligence agencies and maintains close ties with the head of the Hermitage Fund William Browder, is involved in the preparation of many anti-Russian orientated media materials.

From the published documents, for the first ten months of 2016 alone, by the order of Satter, 24 journalistic materials were prepared  in a number of major Russian media. It is also reported that six more articles are in the process of being edited, or are ready for publication.

Most often the articles ordered by Satter feature Vladimir Putin, Sergey Chemezov, Dmitry Rogozin, Sergei Shoigu, father and son Vorobyov, Rotenberg brothers, and other famous Russians. At the same time Satter sends payment documents with a detailed description of services rendered to NED. These reports are sometimes quite detailed. One of them contains information that Satter spent $11.50 on a phone conversation.

“The materials of NED suggest that Washington is trying to do everything to undermine the political situation in Russia and to organize the same chaos that we experienced here in Ukraine in 2013,” it is noted in the comments of “CyberBerkut”.

Hackers add that received reports show that David Satter is a “link” between the Foundation of democracy and a number of Russian media agencies.

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