*‘EU agrees to dedicate more resources to fight Russian propaganda. Interference from Russia in the Catalan independence crisis has spiked concerns about the manipulation of public opinion’. Here.
*‘How the Russian meddling machine won the online battle of the illegal referendum’. Here
*‘Government confirms intervention of Russian hackers in Catalan crisis’. Here.
*‘The zombies of disinformation. The global financial crisis and the information technology revolution have created a perfect storm. Governments must act’. Editorial. Here.
*‘Romanian euro-deputy: “Catalonia is another case of malicious Russian meddling”. Here.
*‘Crisis in Catalonia. “Spain needs to take the Russian threat very seriously’. Here.
*‘European Union fights the Kremlin’s propaganda machine. Team that detects and fights Russian cyber-attacks warns of campaign to aggravate Catalan crisis’. Here.
...and of course: *‘Spanish minister links Julian Assange meeting to Catalan independence drive’. Here.
The Catalonian people are evidently unable to think for themselves and..., that Madrid stuff? It was all just a fantasy.
The cartoon says - roughly - 'these days, it's hard to tell the difference between real news and satire'.