Controversial Video Of Russian President Vladimir Putin Allegedly Confirming Apollo Moon Landing Fake Via Google’s Neural Network

Controversial Video Of Russian President Vladimir Putin Allegedly Confirming Apollo Moon Landing Fake Via Google’s Neural Network
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It seems that the controversy around the Apollo Moon Landing becomes deeper and deeper. Just take a look at the following video that’s circulating around the social media platform X.

Video of Russian President Vladimir Putin makes waves on social media

Here’s the video that we are addressing below:

Someone commented: “It makes you wonder. IF the moon landing was faked then what else has been “faked”? What other lies has govt. told it’s citizens over the last few decades?”

Another follower said: “The moon landings are the clearest giveaway that we live in a faked reality. Everybody knows they never happened. But people still trust governments on other things. I can’t get my head around it.”

Someone else said: “Wrong, USSR confirmed it at the time. Ai gets things wrong all the time. Don’t fall for the CIA disinformation trap.”

In other recent news, Russia offered to stop its invasion of Ukraine on the condition that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s government abandon its ambition to join NATO, the Kyiv Post reported.

Russia in the spotlight

During the peace talks in Spring 2022, David Arakhamia, the leader of the Servant of the People party and the head of the Ukrainian delegation, reported that Russia suggested a resolution to the conflict on the border of Ukraine and Belarus and in Turkey.

The Russian delegation’s proposal was to end the war if Ukraine abandoned its NATO aspirations and adopted a neutral position. However, this would require a constitutional change as Ukraine is currently committed to NATO membership as per its constitution.

Arakhamia told Natalia Moseychuk, a Ukrainian journalist, that Russia saw Ukraine’s neutrality as a key condition for a potential peace agreement. “They really hoped almost to the last that they would put the squeeze on us to sign such an agreement so that we would take neutrality. It was the biggest thing for them,” he said.


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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