VLADIMIR Putin today had his victory parade humiliatingly hacked with a message telling Russians they had Ukrainian blood on their hands.
The message came as Russians prepared to watch the annual Victory Day military parade on Red Square presided over by the Russian tyrant.
The hack impacted online viewers of various channels transmitted by MTS mobile operator, NTV Plus, Rostelecom and Wink.
A caption appeared on hacked screens saying: “The blood of thousands of Ukrainians and hundreds of their children is on your hands. TV and the authorities lie. No to war.”
It comes as Putin attended the annual Victory Day parade marking the anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two.
In his speech the Russian tyrant said the war in Ukraine had been necessary because the West was "preparing for the invasion of our land, including Crimea".
But so far a widely anticipated declaration of all-out war on Ukraine has failed to materialise.
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The parade traditionally sees Russia display its military might with tanks, missiles and other hardware rumbling through Red Square and the latest aircraft overhead.
Putin had been hoping for a swift victory in Ukraine but has instead encountered stiff resistance that has seen the invasion falter and thousands of Russian soldiers killed.
The air display involving his Doomsday nuclear plane was abruptly cancelled at the last minute in Moscow ostensibly because of bad weather.
But there has been speculation it was due to security reasons and the fear of attacks on aircraft.
Victory day air parades were scaled back Novosibirsk, in sunny conditions and cancelled in Yekaterinburg, Murmansk and Samara due to “bad weather”.
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