The post was published here on October 14, 2022 by a Facebook page affiliated with a Thai right-wing group with more than 250,000 followers.
“Breaking news: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a coup in Russia and said Putin has been placed under house arrest,” reads a simplified Chinese tweet posted on September 12.
“The video shows the Ukrainian army preparing a prop for a staged shooting,” reads a simplified Chinese post on April 7 on Weibo, China’s Twitter-like platform.
“There are rumours that Major General Roger L. Cloutier Jr, commander of the United States Army Africa (what is the commander of the United States Army Africa doing in Ukraine?) was captured in Mariupol, where he was helping to command Azov forces,” reads a Thai Facebook post shared on April 7.
“CNN posted saying its reporters were staying at this hotel that was mercilessly bombed by the Russian military,” reads a Korean-language Facebook post shared on March 22.
“A Ukrainian farmer stole a Russian Soyuz rocket and carried it away with a truck,” reads a Burmese-language Facebook post shared on March 13 on a page with more than 38,000 followers.
“Don’t believe a word they say,” says a March 8, 2022 Facebook post. It features two images of the same scene, the top one captioned “ESCAPE FROM KIEV,” which includes part of the TGCOM24 logo, and the bottom one marked “MOVIE DEEP IMPACT.”