Disinfo: Europe is dying: decay of moral and family values


Europe is dying. Europe will be destroyed by an army of a million of migrant militants stationed in underground cities. Germany confiscates private homes to use for migrants.

The Europeans became amorphous consumers who are not capable of resistance, they behave like a livestock. The process of destruction of morality and family values in Europe has already reached a critical “point of no return”.


Recurring pro-Kremlin narratives about Europe's moral decay and migration crisis with no supporting evidence given.


  • Reported in: Issue 122
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 10/10/2018
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Keywords: EU, Western values, European Union, European values, Migration crisis, Europe
  • Outlet: Kramola
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EU will change the political regime in the UK to annoy the US

EU will change the political regime in the UK to annoy the US. The EU leaders have a lot of complaints against the US, so they try to use Brexit to punish the “main US ally in Europe” – the UK.


No evidence given. Recurring pro-Kremlin narrative about the EU using the Brexit to "insult the UK".

More about the EU's position on Brexit here.

Ukraine is a part of “Russian World”

When we say ‘schism’, we all speak not of the Church schism per se, but of the schism in the Ukrainian society, the schism in the Russian world, which Ukraine is a part of, if you will.


Ukraine is recognised in international law as a sovereign nation state, with its own flag, nationality, language etc.

"Russian World" is a narrative created by the Kremlin for its own political purpose.

Finland cooperates with NATO in order to get territory in the Arctic

[Context: Trident Juncture 2018] Finland started a very close cooperation with NATO, as Helsinki claims a certain piece of territory in the Arctic. Therefore Finland has an economic interest in this case.


Finland has a wide-ranging and enhanced partnership with NATO.

NATO and Finland actively cooperate in peace-support operations and have developed practical cooperation in many other areas. Finland has no territorial claims in the Arctic.