Disinfo: Today’s Western males are feminised semi-men unable to protect their women being raped by immigrants


Charles Bronson was the last American man. Since his death, Western males have become feminised semi-men who are not able to protect their wives, girlfriends, sisters and daughters being raped by immigrants, as happens in Sweden and Germany.


Recurring pro-Kremlin narratives portraying Western societies as decadent and inhabited by feminised men who have lost traditional values and the threat of immigration. The narrative about “threatened values” is adapted to a wide range of topics and typically used to challenge progressive Western attitudes about the rights of women, ethnic and religious minorities and LGBTQ groups, among others. According to this narrative, the “effeminate West” is rotting under the onslaught of decadence, feminism and “political correctness”, while Russia defends traditional family values.

The international human rights law framework prohibits gender stereotypes and stereotyping which undermine the enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms.

A textbook example of how the pro-Kremlin narrative about migrants is promoted is the so-called “Lisa case”, a story of a fake rape.

For a similar case see here.


  • Reported in: Issue 169
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 16/10/2019
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: US, Germany, Sweden
  • Keywords: migration, Western values, Human rights, LGBT


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