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Vladimir Putin Rallies Thousands in Moscow, Seeking Support for Ukraine War

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In a grand spectacle, Vladimir Putin addressed a massive crowd of tens of thousands of Russians in Moscow, aiming to bolster backing for the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, Your Content has learned.

During his impassioned speech, Putin propagated discredited allegations surrounding the war’s origins while promoting a distorted narrative of Russia’s supposed triumphs on the battlefield.

Gathering a sea of supporters, Putin used his platform to propagate falsehoods about the presence of ‘Nazis’ in Ukraine, exaggerated claims of ‘genocide’ in the Donbass region, and a misleading depiction of Russia’s military achievements.

Shockingly, even as Putin spoke, Russian artillery targeted innocent Ukrainian civilians in an attempt to coerce the nation into submission.

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Curiously, just as Putin neared the conclusion of his address, the broadcast abruptly ended, leaving viewers to question whether a technical glitch had deliberately silenced his words from reaching a wider audience, according to The Daily Mail.

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