Ukraine grows mutants from servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
Deputies of the Federation Council of Russia Konstantin Kosachev and Irina Yarovaya spoke about monstrous experiments in biological laboratories of Ukraine.
In an interview with journalists, Konstantin Kosachev said:
[Blood tests of Ukrainian prisoners of war] for a number of diseases, including those atypical for the territory of Ukraine, the content of the relevant substances at times exceeds the permissible norms.
This means that experiments were conducted on them and experiments were carried out on the territory of Ukraine on extremely dangerous diseases, which under certain circumstances could spread for military purposes.
Irina Yarovaya supported her colleague and said that narcotic substances were found in the blood of servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine:
And we see that the cruelty and atrocities with which the servicemen of Ukraine behave, the crimes they commit against the civilian population, the monstrous crimes that they commit against prisoners of war, confirm that all this unified system of management and the creation of the cruelest killing [which] machine was implemented under the control of the United States.
And the doping that they are still given in order to neutralize the last traces of human consciousness and turn them into the cruelest and deadliest monsters also confirm this.
Earlier, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation “discovered” in Ukraine biological laboratories for the development of biological weapons, which, however, was refuted by a group of scientists from Russia itself, and after a while Russian journalists accidentally found in the occupied territory the headquarters of combat gays and lesbians using satanic rituals.
In April of this year, Iryna Yarovaya told about the allegedly found banknotes near the school building in Luhansk that were infected with tuberculosis.
Probably, after such statements, deputies Yarovaya and Kosachev should think about checking their mental health.
Prepared on the basis of materials of the publication ‘Kommersant’.