So, May 5 on the site of the German magazine Focus appeared an article with the headline "Now Russia will attack Estonia?" (Greift Russland jetzt Estland an?) It contains the words of NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, who "does not exclude such a development of events."
"NATO has a backup plan for all occasions. We have developed a plan to protect the members of our bloc. If Russia decides to attack, say, Estonia, NATO will take all necessary measures to protect the country," Rasmussen said in an interview with the German edition of Frankfurter Allgemeinen Sonntagszeitung (FAS).
Focus magazine even made a quote from this publication in the headline. True, after some time he is in a constantly updated collection News about Ukraine (where Western media inevitably mention Russia) has been changed. However, the screen of this publication remained: