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Goebbels would be in awe of Russian journalism

Goebbels would be in awe of Russian journalism

Three weeks ago the Russian news organization REN TV published a story about how the Ukrainian national guard supposedly obliterated an entire village of 100 people; raping the women, killing all young and old alike. The only problem: there’s no proof, there’s no witnesses, there’s no photographs, there’s no footage. The only person that they had to testify for this was a representative of the Donetsk Republic terrorist organization. Furthermore, according to locals the village contained no more than 20 people, all of whom were confirmed alive after the report was made.

Here is that report:

The Russian news outlet 1TV also recently did a story where according to one woman National Guard soldiers supposedly crucified a 3 year old boy on a board, “like Jesus,” in the middle of town. They then, allegedly, tied his mother to the back of a tank and dragged her around the central square for three kilometers with the entire town watching. You’ll have to take her word for it though, because although supposedly the entire town watched, nobody decided to take a picture or even testify.

Here is that report:






Joseph Goebbels would be in awe of Russian journalism.

[hr]By Artem Biyun
Edited by Mat Babiak

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