After the “Ghost of Kyiv,” Ukraine propaganda now Claims Mysterious UFOs Sent by God are Helping Them

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Californian Republican Hiram Johnson (1866-1945) said during World War 1 that, “the first casualty, when war comes, is truth.” Every major conflict is accompanied by the sacrifice of truth for the sake of serving propaganda– perhaps the most prominent in recent memory being the mythology of Weapons of Mass destruction in Iraq. Although the War in Ukraine has just started, there have been numerous fake news reports emanating from Kiev that do not correspond with reality.

The first lie to emerge during the war was the so-called “Ghost of Kyiv,” a mysterious and unverified pilot who supposedly destroyed five Russian jets and a helicopter on February 24. The next day, a video went viral that showed the “Ghost of Kyiv” in action, downing a Russian aircraft – the problem? It was fake footage from a video game.

Another fake news story that went viral from Kiev was the supposed 13 Ukrainian ‘martyrs’ who in an act of ‘defiance’ said “Russian warship, go f*** yourself” when urged to surrender Snake Island, and were eventually killed, but that was also fake news. That, however, did not stop Fox News and others from presenting it as real. Even I was personally fooled for once by this story as the comedian turned Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, went in front of the cameras of the world confirming it: 

“All border guards died heroically but did not give up. They will be awarded the title of Hero of Ukraine posthumously.” 

The only problem for these liars is that the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine said in a statement on February 26, 2022, that all the soldiers in question were alive: “We [have a] strong belief that all Ukrainian defenders of Zmiinyi (Snake) Island are alive.” 

And now the Ukrainian propaganda effort is claiming a fantastic story involving divine intervention. 

In this week’s episode of CBN News, The Global Lane, CBN Ukraine Director Kostyantine Lytvynenko featured an out-of-this-world experience allegedly made by his fellow countrymen who are said to have received help directly from God through some strange unidentified object to stop the Russian Armed Forces.

A group of Russian tanks was supposedly wiped out by a mysterious UFO attack after the families of trapped Ukrainian soldiers prayed to God to offer their troops some help.

Lytvynenko explained that one of his countrymen rang his father in the middle of the night from the frontline, terrified as Vladimir Putin’s forces approached. The father then prayed for help with members of his church, help which eventually came from a UFO-looking object in the sky.

Lytvynenko said “Some miracle has happened, it looked like some spaceship, there was an attack from some spaceship. There was lightning shooting from the sky, and sparks were spreading everywhere. Then in the morning, they discovered the whole machinery was destroyed.”

Lytvynenko even claimed that this mystery attack isn’t the only example of God answering Ukrainian prayers and acting against Russian forces. Another lie to match the previous fake news reports, or maybe NATO is using some kind of secret weapon?

Lytvynenko stated, “All those soldiers thought maybe it had been done by some weapon we didn’t know about, while others thought it was just God’s intervention.”

These fake news stories relating to Ukraine are quickly circulated around the world. If one was to believe social media, Russia has failed in its war effort in these early stages. The continuous dissemination of fakes news leaves us wondering about the truth behind this incredible story, and in the meantime, Christians reckon the Ukraine war is “a sign of Jesus’ return” and the “end times.” Pastor Greg Laurie from the Harvest Christian Fellowship in California, for example, claims that the Russia-Ukraine war and coronavirus have “prophetic significance” for the return of Jesus, and he is not the only one…

THE LEO ZAGAMI SHOW on Tuesday, March 8, 2022 at 5pm PST (6pm MT/7pm CST/ 8 pm EST) on the Ukrainian Propaganda Machine. After the “Ghost of Kyiv,” Ukraine propaganda now claims mysterious UFOs sent by God are helping them. What next?

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