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Russian Supporters Claim Putin Is ‘God’s Child’ Sent to Save World from WWIII, 'Evil Forces'

Putin Allegedly 'Sent by God' to Save Humanity from WWIII, Ally Claims
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Putin is 'God's child' and sent to save the world from WWIII, source claims.

Jun. 11 2024, Published 11:01 a.m. ET

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Vladimir Putin has been labeled "God's child" with a divine mission to save Earth from World War III, according to a new report..

Despite his history of widespread violence and suffering, this new savior title comes from his latest ally, Professor Sergei Karaganov. However, Karaganov's credibility as a messenger of divine plans is questionable.

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Adding to the bizarre claims, Karaganov has asserted that Putin will not only win the unlawful war against Ukraine but also prevent an impending global conflict.

This praise aligns Putin with historical figures like Peter the Great, Russia's most renowned emperor.

In a Kremlin-penned address, Karaganov recalled the bleak years of 1998 to '99 when Russia was on the brink of collapse. He nostalgically mentioned how divine intervention supposedly brought Putin to save the nation.

"Now, Vladimir Vladimirovich [Putin], you have a difficult task. Not only to win but also to save the world, which is sliding and being pushed into a World War," Karaganov stated, according to The Daily Star.

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This use of religious imagery to justify Putin's actions continues.

Patriarch Kirill, a loyal supporter, appeared on TV urging Russians to remain faithful to Putin, invoking divine protection for Russian soil, which he expansively defined to include Ukraine and Belarus.

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He claimed that Western "evil forces" have always opposed the unity of Russia and its church.

While Putin himself isn't claiming to be humanity's savior, his actions suggest less divine intentions.

Latvian President Edgars Rinkēvičs has accused Putin of aiming to restore the Soviet empire through territorial expansion. Rinkēvičs warned that a perceived victory in Ukraine could embolden Russia to continue its aggressive land grabs, while a perceived defeat could fuel desires for revenge.


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