Fake: Ukraine’s National Corps Develops ‘Atom Bomb’ For Use Against Russians

Telegram channels affiliated with Russian special services spread information about an allegedly homemade radioactive bomb for use in Russia after the start of hostilities. This message was also supported by the relevant video.

While watching the video, the negligence of its authors is obvious: the signature, which is made in Ukrainian, contains a large number of grammatical errors. There are at least five mistakes where instead of Ukrainian words, Russian ones are used. Such language mistakes are not typical of Ukrainian native speakers, particularly nationalists.

All this shows the Russian origin of the authors of the plot and their poor knowledge of the Ukrainian language.

In addition, the real National Corps puts a different logo in its videos and in a different place (in the upper left, not in the upper right corner, a different color and layout).

The scheme of distribution is also interesting: the primary source of information is the telegram channel “Politnavigator”, which is located in occupied Crimea, but the publication was posted on December 10, 2021.

The scheme of distribution is also interesting: the primary source of information is the telegram channel “Politnavigator”, which is located in the occupied Crimea, but the publication was posted on December 10, 2021.

Currently, this material is “improved” and distributed on other Russian T-channels, such as Gorlovka Self-Defense, DNR Joker, Pravda News, etc.

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