Disinfo: Islam enslaves Europe with the tacit consent of its leaders


Islam enslaves Europe with the tacit consent of its leaders. The death of Europe will be violent and painful.

European leaders refuses to protect their own civilization. The schools are changing the educational program, and are beginning to teach the children “Muslim values”.


No evidence given. Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about migrants and Islamisation.


  • Reported in: Issue152
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 03/06/2019
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Keywords: Islamisation, Muslim/Islam, Europe


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The hand of Soros: Sebastian Kurz was dismissed for “friendship” with Russia

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No evidence given. Conspiracy theory, consistent with recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives portraying philanthropist George Soros as a menace bent on weakening Russia.

A no-confidence vote was passed by Austria's parliament in a special session, resulting in Chancellor Sebastian Kurz's removal from office .

No proof of Russian involvement in US elections, Salisbury poisoning

UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt recently stated that that Russia runs a global campaign of cyber warfare to target foreign governments. It is only the latest in a long string of unsubstantiated allegations which Western officials have made against Moscow.

These include the Kremlin’s supposed election interference in the US and elsewhere, as well as a leading role in the Skripal poisoning. But now this “Russia Gate” has collapsed, thanks to the Mueller report, which found no conclusive proof of Russian interference. No evidence has been presented to support either of these claims.


The article advances recurring pro-Kremlin narratives denying any Russian role in Western election meddling or the Skripal poisoning. Any accusations made against the Kremlin, however well-founded, are invariably met with knee-jerk charges of Russophobia.

Russia has a documented track record of interfering in Western elections -- see our list of reports and analyses on the subject here.

US troops sent to the Guatemalan border with Mexico to curb immigration

US troops, sent to help fight illegal migration, are already in the country. The troops have been deployed to the border department of Huehuetenango, neighbouring Mexico, one week after two countries signed a cooperation agreement.


The US did not send troops to patrol the Guatemalan border and fight illegal migration. On May 31, The Washington Post reported on a US plan to send to Guatemala dozens of agents and investigators of the Department of Homeland Security, who will work as “advisers” to Guatemala’s national police and migration authorities and will aim to disrupt and interdict human smuggling operations. Personnel of the Department is composed of police agents and civilians, not soldiers.

The story fits in the recurring narrative of a US aggressive and militaristic approach to any problem, and was reproduced by many outlets in the Kremlin-linked media ecosystem in several languages. You can see other examples of this here, here, here and here.