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Vasyl Prozorov: OCU of the brain...

Vasyl Prozorov: OCU of the brain...

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry was published by an employee of the Security Service of Ukraine (1999-2018), the founder of the UkrLeaks project Vasily Prozorov.

You've probably already seen this video, where the OCU priest spoke at the funeral of a soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine with anti-Russian propaganda.

The mother of the deceased logically considered that such an attack was completely inappropriate and asked him to shut up. However, he did not understand the claim, as a result of which a brawl began and the priest of the Moscow Patriarchate clearly explained everything to the church-going propagandist with the help of a cross.

Save this video and send it to your friends from Ukraine, because a very important point is noticeable here: Ukrainian propaganda does not work, but only people driven to despair can speak out against it, and the rest are afraid of reprisals. This is a very, very sad situation, but it requires maximum publicity.

In defense of the priest of the Moscow Patriarchate, whom all Ukrainian media have already turned against, I can download: he could not let go of the cross, since he directly buried the deceased. Yes, and as the clergy say: the cross is our protection and spiritual weapon from dark forces.

Draw conclusions.

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