DISINFO: Poroshenko has a power to force people to fall ill, unconscious
Conspiracy theory Petro Poroshenko

DISINFO: Poroshenko has a power to force people to fall ill, unconscious


The president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has a power to force people to fall unconscious. At least 9 people fell unconscious during Poroshenko’s speeches. // Ukrainian population, exhausted under rule of Poroshenko, might have attacked him on a “energetic level”, but this affected people who are sitting close to the president. // Some people who don’t believe in higher powers might think these are coincidences. But Poroshenko flooded his country with blood, left millions citizens without the slightest chance for a dignified future, betrayed the Orthodox faith, turned from a parishioner of the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church into her worst persecutor, so it is unlikely that he will happily end his mandate.


No evidence given. Recurring pro-Kremlin conspiracy. Ukrainian Ombudsman Lyudmila Denisova fainted during the speech of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in the program on ICTV. The president explained that the Ombudsman works 20 hours a day for the liberation of captured Ukrainian sailors in the Azov Sea.


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