Disinfo: Denmark opened brothels for zoophiles


They have opened a first [brothel] for zoophiles in Denmark. It functions officially, one can come there and, I don’t know, rape a tortoise. Idiots! And they are trying to teach us!

Germans are implementing a program, designed by an American, where one can come into a kindergarten and touch children.

Italy adopted a law, which says that if one is investigating a pedophile, one can be fined with 2000 euros [for slander]. And they want us to follow in their steps.


Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about alleged moral degradation of the West.

See a previous related disinformation claim that Denmark was legalizing sexual abuse of animals.

Sexual offences against children are punished by criminal law in European countries, including Italy and Germany.

See related disinformation claims, alleging that the Tavistock institute is responsible for the proliferation of perverts all around the world; that the officials connected to child molestation are behind the Lanzarote convention; that the West is morally decaying and craving for lewdness.


  • Reported in: Issue 212
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 21/09/2020
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Italy, Denmark, Germany
  • Keywords: Western values


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