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Fabricated <strong class='ep-highlight'>moral</strong> collapse

Fabricated moral collapse

Two well-worn disinformation narratives featured prominently in the stories we uncovered this week. We learned from Russian state TV that Brussels is a dangerous place to live and that thousands – yes, literally thousands – of women are sexually assaulted on the streets on a daily basis…
<strong class='ep-highlight'>Moral</strong> Migration to Crimea

Moral Migration to Crimea

"Europeans are seeking refuge in Russia from aggressive sexual education, homosexual dictatorship and juvenile justice,” readers of a Russian news outlet were told.
Norway - a nation in <strong class='ep-highlight'>moral</strong> decay?

Norway - a nation in moral decay?

There is one word in the Norwegian language which is well known to many Russians: Barnevernet – the name of the Norwegian Child Welfare Agency. Thanks to intense coverage in their media, Russian audiences are very familiar with stories of Russian parents residing in Norway whose children have supposedly been…
Groundhog Day of Evil

Groundhog Day of Evil

In Putin’s Russia, the calendar turns, but the story remains unchanged. A cycle of deception, oppression, moral decay, and futile military adventurism with countless losses rolls on.
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