Ukrainian actor Pashe Lee, dead at 33, Sunday, March 6, 2022, after Russian shelling

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A 33 year old Ukrainian actor is dead in the theater of war, on a Sunday?

Think of Jesus on the cross at 33.
Russian Shelling = 187 / 218
Holy Roman Empire = 187 / 218
Society of Jesus = 187
-187, homicide code

If he is dead, it might not have been the war that got him.
Pasha Lee = 67
Human Sacrifice= 67
Blood Sacrifice = 67

His birthday is reportedly July 10, or 10/7.
Military = 107
-Right for the part

From his birthday to his reported death was 239-days later, or 34-weeks and 1-day.
Ukraine = 34
Murder = 34
-239, 52nd prime
-Russian = 52
-Government = 52
-Authority = 52
-Pope = 52

And notice the nice ‘tiger’ print in this photo.


  1. Sanctus Dominus on March 7, 2022 at 4:33 pm

    Is there any first-hand video recordings by regular people coming out of this region or is this conflict entirely green-screen? More mockery by an actor “dying” as well as the leader being an ex-comedian/actor who has an IMDB entry.

  2. Sanctus Dominus on March 7, 2022 at 10:14 pm

    LOL busted!!! Look at this shit. This whole thing’s a theatrical production:

    • 357986 on March 8, 2022 at 4:45 am

      Even this video of the dead guy peeking out his body bag could be more mockery. Don’t forget, the Jesuit Order has controlled opposition on all sides of Internet memes. Here is a clue that reveals the theater: the news said only 20% of Ukrainians are vaccinated. How could they all of a sudden go from rebelling against mandates to being supra nationalists? Last night the news announced that Putin would withdraw if Ukraine agrees to stay out of NATO and remain neutral. How could any sane people refuse this condition and choose more war? I’ll tell you how: this whole war is a Jesuit controlled exercise in building nationalistic sentiment on both sides, just like the pandemic was designed to round up the gullible sheeple.

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