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Andre Vltchek on “Ukraine: Lies and Realities”

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Ukrainean armored vehicle on Russian border
Russia-Ukraine border: One armored Ukrainian vehicle, but no sign of any Russian buildup (photo by Andre Vltchek)

Truth Jihad Radio’s roving foreign correspondent Andre Vltchek just got back to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from Ukraine, the subject of his terrific new article: Ukraine: Lies and Realities.

“Two beautiful Slavic sisters, Ukraine and Russia, pitched against each other: long hair flying in the wind, gray-blue eyes staring forward accusatively, but in the same time with anticipation and love.
One single moment, one wrong move, one word, and two countries, two allies, two almost identical cultures, can easily dash at each other’s throats… Different words, different gestures, and they can also fall into each other’s arms, instantly.

“Is there going to be a war, a battle or an embrace? Is there going to be an insult or reconciliatory words?”

Andre says the people of Ukraine, like those of Syria, Venezuela and elsewhere, are starting to see through the lies and “malignant propaganda” of the Western media.

At the end of the show, Andre says that exposing false flags (one of our main missions here at Truth Jihad Ltd.) is of critical importance – it’s a key part of the wider struggle to expose propaganda and reveal the truth. I hope his friend and co-author Noam Chomsky is taking notes!

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