Disinfo: In the West the Christian confessions face an anti-Christian culture


Today’s apocalypse: A closed Lutheran church in Edinburgh became a night club and pub named “Sin”. It seems that in the West the Christian confessions face an “anti-Christian culture”. And since the maintenance of the places of worship is expensive, churches and cathedrals all over Europe are closed, being leased or bought for commercial projects.


Indeed, the maintenance of the places of worship is expensive, and churches are closed or being leased for commercial projects, but this does not evidence of an apocalypse.  The nightclub "Sin" in Edinburgh is currently permanently closed, according to the official Facebook page.



  • Reported in: Issue 93
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 08/01/2017
  • Language/target audience: Romanian
  • Country: UK
  • Keywords: West, Christianity, Europe


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No one says it out loud that all this is done to please the liberals and their “best friends” – radical islamists.



Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation. In France religious symbols are prohibited from public institutions as an application of the principle of the separation of church and state. For background on the legislation, that also bans Muslim headscarves and Jewish skullcaps, read more here.

Further debunking by the Insider.

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