Boris urges Russians to learn truth of Putin’s war crimes in Ukraine online

BORIS Johnson last night urged the Russian people to bypass Kremlin internet censors and learn the truth about war crimes in Ukraine for themselves.

In a hard-hitting address partly spoken in Russian, the PM attempted to drive a wedge between Moscow tyrant Vladimir Putin and his people.


Boris Johnson has addressed the Russian people in a recorded video
The clip - partly spoken in Russian - explains how to avoid internet censors


The clip – partly spoken in Russian – explains how to avoid internet censorsCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

He warned: “Your president stands accused of committing war crimes. But I cannot believe he’s acting in your name.”

And Mr Johnson urged Putin’s population to download a VPN app on their phones to get around strict controls on the Russian internet, saying: “Don’t just take my word for it.”

“All you need is VPN connection to access independent information from anywhere in the world.  And when you find the truth, share it.”

In a video message that will be sent directly to the Russian people, Mr Johnson said in Russian: “Your president knows that if you could see what was happening, you would not support his war.”

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“He knows that these crimes betray the trust of every Russian mother who proudly waves goodbye to her son as he heads off to join the military.

“And he knows they are a stain on the honour of Russia itself.”

He added: “The Russian people deserve the truth, you deserve the facts.”

Mr Johnson’s message filmed in 10 Downing Street was edited to include footage of the horrors seen in Irpin and Bucha of civilians murdered by Russian troops, saying the scenes had “horrified the world”.

“Civilians massacred – shot dead with their hands tied.  Women raped in front of their young children.

“Bodies crudely burned, dumped in mass graves, or just left lying in the street.   

“The reports are so shocking, so sickening, it’s no wonder your government is seeking to hide them from you.”

Ahead of the Russian invasion in February Mr Johnson had a speech warning of the impending onslaught translated into Russian and distributed on Russia social media.

In that he warned Russian parents their children would pay the price of Putin’s folly.

The Sun revealed last month that the UK’s top secret National Cyber Force were also involved in promoting anti-Putin messages directly to the Russian people who live under strict censorship of the internet and press.

Mr Johnson said the war was a stain on the Russian people


Mr Johnson said the war was a stain on the Russian peopleCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

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