I received news a few days ago, perhaps a little less than a week, that Gonzalo Lira had been captured and killed by the Ukrainian Secret Police, also known as the SBU. These very trustworthy sources, random people on BANG, TRS’s forum, assured me that he was dead. Tears sprang to my eyes as this horrible truth was unveiled to me, but a new hope has arisen.
Chilean-American blogger Gonzalo Lira, who went missing in the Ukrainian city of Kharkov a week ago, has appeared online on Friday, revealing that he had been held by the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU).
So he was in fact captured by the SBU. But, contrary to the speculation, he is alive and well.
“I’m in Kharkov. I’m OK. I just want to say that I’m back online.” Lira said in short video chat with journalist Alex Christoforou on The Duran channel on YouTube.
“I was picked up by the SBU on Friday, April 15,” the blogger revealed.
Speaking about his condition, the 54-year-old said that he was “fine physically,” but “a little rattled” and “a little bit discombobulated.”
It’s interesting to speculate if he would have been outright killed if he wasn’t a foreigner, as well as being a somewhat relevant e-celeb. They brought him in to scare him, calculating that killing him would be a bridge too far in terms of credibility.
Since the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, Lira has been using YouTube, Twitter and Telegram to criticize President Volodymyr Zelensky and Kiev’s conduct on the battlefield, while also speaking about far-right tendencies among the Ukrainian military and debunking what he saw as false reports about events on the ground. After the blogger’s disappearance, some unconfirmed claims emerged that he could have been kidnapped by nationalists linked to the notorious Azov battalion, and even executed.
The homosexual grift operation known as TRS brought that up before. Those videos the Zelensky regime were putting out were absurd. They had the exact same street where apparently like 50 bajillion tanks were all slaughtered, many by pretty young women.
Above is a photo of Emma Watson seconds after she disabled a Russian tank on behalf of Azov Battalion. Or at least that’s what the propaganda video said. Emma personally confided to me that she was extremely disappointed to be duped by the swastikas of Azov Battalion into temporarily producing propaganda for Globo Homo Schlomo.