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'We Must Win' — Russia Using Extreme Rhetoric, Unconventional Tactics to Wage 'Holy War': Report

Russian Propaganda: Denying Death in the Name of 'Holy War'
Source: MEGA

Russian officials reportedly are saying 'death does not exist' in this 'holy war' effort, according to sources.

Jun. 4 2024, Published 11:02 a.m. ET

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Russian officials are employing extreme rhetoric and unconventional tactics to rally support for their ongoing invasion of Ukraine, according to a new report.

State TV host Vladimir Solovyov went as far as to label the conflict a "holy war," suggesting it would incite a "global jihad" against Western forces, according to the Daily Star.

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Deputy of the State Duma, Vyacheslav Nikonov echoed this sentiment, proclaiming Russia as "the embodiment of the forces of good,” before adding, "This is truly a holy war we're waging and we must win.”

Despite these efforts, the war in Ukraine persists, with reports of discontent within the Russian military.

To bolster morale, Archpriest Artemiy Vladimirov of the Russian Orthodox Church has claimed that fallen soldiers are miraculously resurrected to reinforce the ranks.

In his view, the experience of facing death ignites a spiritual awakening, transcending mortal boundaries.

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Vladimirov said, "Right now, there are many wonderful testimonies of Christ’s victory over death. My wife sends me many military testimonies and video clips. Before Lent, I watched a video about one Chinese man who participated in the special military operation. A bullet hit him in the stomach, destroying all of his insides. He died from this and then was resurrected.”

These assertions come amid President Putin's vow to secure victory in Ukraine through technological advancements and strategic foresight.

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Addressing military leaders, Putin emphasized the need for efficiency to maintain an edge on the battlefield, implying that staying "half a step ahead" would exponentially increase effectiveness in defending Russian interests.


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