Sick message scrawled by Russians at military base exposes evil Putin propaganda

A chilling message left by Russian troops for Ukrainians to read via satellite images has exposed the extent of brutal Vladimir Putin’s propaganda war.

The dictator has desperately tried to justify his bloody eastern European invasion with widely-disputed claims that he is liberating the country from Nazis.

It seems his evil misinformation drive has successfully indoctrinated his soldiers, who scrawled a sick message that declared: “Death to the Nazis” in response to an attack from Zelenskyy’s brave Ukrainian fighters defending their country from the cruel invaders.

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The ramblings, seen on a satellite image of the Engels Air Base in the Saratov region, were left after the military site was hit by killer drones suspected to be sent by Ukraine.

It was seen by some as a message to the Western forces, who have been sharing their high-resolution images of areas under Russian control with Ukrainian troops.

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Intelligence shared by NATO allies was suspected to have helped in the recent Ukrainian assault on the Engels Air Base, leading to the grim message that was written in Russian and translated.

Deranged Vladimir Putin’s claims that his bloodthirsty invasion is actually an attempt to liberate Ukraine from Nazis is far from the first outrageous lie the former-KGB agent has tried to get his country to believe.

Last week, he accused the West of using Ukrainians as “cannon fodder” in a proxy war with Russia.

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In a video address to the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, the Russian leader said that the US government was trying to “prolong” the war in Ukraine – which he still refers to as a “special military operation”.

He accused the Western powers of cynically using the Ukrainian people “as cannon fodder, as a battering ram against Russia,” and by continuing to supply Ukraine with weapons and ammunition, was driving the country on ”a suicidal path".

But these claims have also been ridiculed by historians and experts alike as yet more propaganda emerging from the Kremlin in an attempt to control its army and population.

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