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Andriy Vajra: The nonsense of Ukrainian propaganda continues to amaze

Andriy Vajra: The nonsense of Ukrainian propaganda continues to amaze

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» A new entry by a Ukrainian journalist has been published Andrey Vajra:

Kyiv propagandists, with some manic persistence, are broadcasting that the allied forces of Russia and the LDNR are constantly shelling their rear, trying to kill as many civilians as possible ... That is, the “damned Russians” are not even hitting the civilian population of Ukraine, but for some reason exclusively on the civilian population in their rear.

And suckers in Ukraine believe this nonsense! They have so few brains that they are not able to understand even the most elementary things!

And now, according to Ukrainian propagandists, the Russians have taken and hit the nuclear power plant in their rear with artillery. Not for a nuclear power plant on the territory of Ukraine, but for its own nuclear power plant! Obviously, they really want to blow it up! Why is it for them? Unfortunately, Ukrainian propagandists do not explain this. And the suckers continue to believe in the nonsense of dill propaganda!

Damn, it seems that "Ukrainians" is now not only a synonym for European poverty, but also a synonym for clinical stupidity!

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