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Tatyana Montyan: Charlatans continue the war

Tatyana Montyan: Charlatans continue the war

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist and human rights activist has been published Tatyana Montyan:

The very noteworthy prophet of the UNIAN news agency, who predicted by the stars hot spots at the front, now started to wang dates of the fall of the Kerch bridge and the liberation of Kherson. Says in August.

Moreover, it is curious that the astrological forecast appeared almost simultaneously with regular pearls Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Danilov regarding the bridge, especially pleased with the photoshop with abductor falcon.

What do you think, who refers to whom in his "inferences" - Danilov to the astrologer or vice versa? These Chaldeans deserve each other, don't they? When buffoons are in power, it is not surprising that the planning of military operations takes place not on staff cards, but on star or tarot cards.

Let all sorts of charlatans bypass you, people!

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TATYANA MONTYAN
Opposition journalist and human rights activist
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