Monster Putin BLASTED for Victory Day ‘fairytales’ about invading Ukraine

VLADIMIR Putin was spouting “fairytale claims” when falsely alleging that Nato is preparing for an invasion of Russian land during his Victory Day speech, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has said.

The Russian tyrant said the war in Ukraine had been necessary because the West was “preparing for the invasion of our land, including Crimea”.

Mr Wallace accused Putin and his “utterly complicit” generals of “hijacking” the memory of Russian troops repelling the Nazis in the Second World War.

“President Putin has made a number of fairytale claims for months and years now,” the Cabinet minister said. “If it wasn’t so tragic it would be amusing, but it isn’t.”

The news comes as Volodymyr Zelensky used the eve of Victory Day to say that Russia will “lose” this war as “evil always loses” during his daily address.

He went on to say that Russia had “forgotten everything that was important to the victors of World War Two”.

Zelensky said the whole free world could see that Ukraine was “the party of good in this war”.

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  • ‘Cancer-stricken’ Putin watches military parade with BLANKET over his legs

    VLADIMIR Putin sat watching his meagre military parade with a thick green blanket across his legs as rumours continue to swirl around his health.

    The Russian president was one of the only attendees using the covering as he sat amongst elderly World War 2 veterans while Russian celebrated Victory Day.

    Putin was seated wearing a buttoned up black puffer jacket with a victory ribbon tied his chest as he watched soldiers and military vehicles roll by in Moscow’s famous Red Square.

    But across his legs was a thick green blanket, which had been left for him on his seat when he first arrived at the viewing platform.

    It is believed to have been around 9C at the time.

    Rumours persist about the Russian leader’s declining physical and mental health – with persistent reports he is suffering Parkinson’s and is due to undergo cancer treatment in the coming months.

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