DISINFO: Transnational corporations aim to destroy the Christian world
  • Outlet: Pervyy kanal - YouTube [from 00:27:26 to 00:27:46], [from 00:30:18 to 00:30:24] (archived)*
  • Date of publication: September 03, 2021
  • Article language(s): Russian
  • Reported in: Issue 257
  • Countries / regions discussed: Russia
West Christianity European values Secret elites / global elites

DISINFO: Transnational corporations aim to destroy the Christian world


Transnational corporations are working around the world to destroy historical states, families, traditional values, historical identities and to eliminate the Christian world itself. [...]

Representatives of transnational corporations receive money for corrupting Russia.


Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative on the so-called transnational corporations.

The article’s message is also consistent with a broad pro-Kremlin narrative about “threatened values” – one of the most common pro-Kremlin narratives – suggesting that those who are committed to traditional values are now threatened by those who oppose them and instead seek to establish a morally bankrupt dystopia. See a similar case here.

See disinformation cases mentioning "transnational corporations" and Christianity in general.


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