Disinfo: The European Parliament building in Strasbourg is inspired by the…

Summary

The European Parliament building in Strasbourg is inspired by the Tower of Babel. And there are Satanist stars on an EU poster. That proves that the EU is a Satanistic project.

Disproof

Designers of the EP building were inspired by Roman amphiteatres: bit.ly/2on0bpG, // The design used on the poster, which was in fact created by the Council of Europe of which Russia is a member, portrays the standard European stars: bit.ly/2n48ryJ, // This conspiracy is travelling at least since 2008: bit.ly/2oQd7Vn,

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 65
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 24/03/2017
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: EU
  • Keywords: EU, Satanism, Council of Europe

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About 10 authors designed the Ukrainian language on the basis…

About 10 authors designed the Ukrainian language on the basis of South Russian dialects at the end of the 19th century.

Disproof

No evidence given. The first historical state with a Slavic settlement was formed around Kyiv more than two centuries before the foundation of Moscow. Throughout the centuries, Ukrainians maintained their own cultural and linguistic identity. The distinction is apparent e.g. through the fact that in 1654, Ukraine and Russia needed translators to sign the Treaty of Pereyaslav.