According to Ukrainian media, former Ukrainian president Kravchuk considers a possibility to sue the British broadcasting company BBC for showing an anti-Ukrainian film before the start of Europe soccer championship about alleged racism in Ukraine.
"I think that this film was ordered. Who is the customer, I do not know, but I think that we should sue the BBC", - said Kravchuk.
Kravchuk also said that fascist extremist moods exist not only in Ukraine but all over the world (primarily, it's the Russian Putinism - KC).
"Ukraine is not the only country where this is happening, we must protect our honor and dignity", - said Kravchuk.
In late May 2012, the first British TV public Channel BBC One showed in its Panorama program a report about the EURO 2012 under the title "Stadiums of Hate".
At the same time, an English footballer, Campbell, commented on a video made by a journalist at an Ukrainian stadium and called Britons not to travel to Euro 2012 because "you can go back in a coffin".
In turn, the Ukrainian foreign ministry called the accusations baseless and destined for discrediting Ukrainians on the eve of the tournament.
The BBC One openly works for the KGB (FSB) in order to undermine and destabilize Ukraine to facilitate the Russians, mass murderers and oppressors of Ukraine for centuries, to take over the country, international analysts say.
Earlier, in February 2012, the BBC One showed, under orders of the KGB and for the money of British taxpayers, a pro-Putin propaganda film "Putin, Russia and the West", just before Putin's fake "presidential elections" on March 5.
The film is widely regarded as an "active measure" (disinformation) of the KGB (FSB).
Department of Monitoring