putins defeat in Syria


As criminal putin regime managed to kill as many civilians possible in Syria setting as main enemy every child in hospitals, kindergarten’s, etc. – suddenly criminal putin regime announces to withdraw from Syria.


Are there no civilian left to bomb? What is stopping criminal putin regime?

Answer lies in events that took place in Syria on March 12. You see – Syrian opposition forces has now necessary weaponry and skills to down criminal putin regime fighter jets as this Russian made supersonic jet fighter aircraft Mig-21

So – now as criminal putin regime can not continue to kill civilians without any threat to his air force, he immediately chickens out and “withdraws” as excuse for “accomplishing military objectives” (killing civilians to create more refugees in EU).


putins defeat in Syria

Criminal putin regime lies & hatred propaganda is a weapon of war and is used to kill people.


Here some examples – criminal putin regime lies & hatred propaganda brainwashes Russian speaking minds with material claiming that Ukrainian soldiers has crucified 3 year old boy in towns main square in front of all people who were gathered there – of course – no one had a phone to capture that in video.

And than we have this terrorist from Belarus who claims that he joined DNR terrorists because of this video material where he learned that Ukrainian soldiers crucifies little children – he could not tolerate that and that is why he joined DNR to attack Ukrainians.

That is an examample how criminal putin regime lies & hatred propaganda creates war and attacks first to people brains and than in result of that attack – kills real people.

That is reason why   criminal putin regime lies & hatred propaganda must be stopped as it doesn’t have any similarity with journalism & free press – no – it’s a weapon of war!

In bonus – here are some other examples of  criminal putin regime lies & hatred propaganda lies:


Criminal putin regime lies & hatred propaganda is a weapon of war and is used to kill people.

This is freedom of the press – under criminal putin regime

Journalists beaten and bus torched on Chechnya tour, say activists

Group attacked by masked men as they headed to Grozny for meetings with victims of human rights abuses, says independent torture watchdog

Journalists on a tour organised by human rights activists in Chechnya have been attacked by masked men, with their minibus burned and two reporters hospitalised, according to activists.

Nine people, including five journalists, had been en route to Grozny, the main city in Chechnya, when their bus was cut off by several cars, according to the Committee to Prevent Torture, which oversees a group of rights activists in Chechnya called the Joint Mobile Group.

“Men in masks pulled journalists and employees outside and beat them. They burned the bus,” the group said.

“Journalists from Norway and Sweden, our lawyer and the bus driver were hospitalised with injuries.” The rest of the group were testifying to Ingushetia policemen.

Dmitry Utukin, a lawyer for the Committee to Prevent Torture, formerly known as the Committee Against Torture, said the incident happened in Ingushetiya, close to the border with Chechnya, but was likely orchestrated by Chechens.

“This would not be in the interest of the Ingushetiya side, this would be in the interest of the Chechen side,” he said, since Chechnya had paid “a lot of attention” to the work of the committee and journalists operating on its territory.

“They have watched the group from the moment the journalists arrived,” he said of the unofficial press tour organised to take reporters to victims of human rights abuses and relatives of kidnapped people.

He said it was the first press tour that was not organised by Chechen government and focused on the dark sides of the region where strongman leader Ramzan Kadyrov has little tolerance for any dissent.

In 2015 the Joint Mobile Group’s office in Grozny was destroyed by masked men after it criticised Kadyrov’s policy to burn down houses belonging to relatives of suspected Islamists.

Kadyrov is accused by rights activists and political opposition of running the region as his personal fiefdom with a private army, with wide use of kidnapping and torture and little oversight from Moscow.

This year he issued threats against Kremlin critics and independent journalists, calling them “a gang of jackals” and offering to put them in a mental asylum.

This is freedom of the press – under criminal putin regime