The harbinger of misfortune: what does the return of Kashpirovsky mean
18 April , 16:16
Society
The famous charlatan again promotes universal healing, but now not on television, but on the social networks.

The popular blogger Oleg Sidorov drew attention to an equally funny as well as frightening fact, which is probably beyond the comprehension of those who were born in the 2000s or the late 1990s and who have not experienced in their own skin what deficit, poverty and hunger are. Now they will know the whole truth! - Sidorov is sure about it, since on the horizon the almost forgotten Kashpirovsky has reappeared from the darkness...

The 80-year-old “psychotherapist”, who became famous in the late 1980s for treating illnesses on TV in some incredible way, now is found by Youtube in a certain “wellness stream” where he talks about coronavirus...

“This rider of the Apocalypse, the messenger of the crash, cannot be ignored. Not for the purpose of inciting hatred, but exclusively for imagery, I’ll say: just as vultures feel to live and fly to the dying, the charlatans like Kashpirovsky feel a global collaps and fly to cut down the dough on it...”

The blogger recalls that Kashpirovsky appeared on television precisely when the USSR began to fall apart, and literally everyone watched his crazy performances, already feeling the approach of the end, the imminent destruction of everything. It is at such moments that people become especially gullible and subject to the influence of a variety of scammers and obscurantists, about which these scammers and obscurantists are well aware and are profiting from someone else's credulity.

So, Kashpirovsky, about whom no one had heard anything for a long time, came up again and is ready to cheat citizens, and they themselves will bear their money to him in this terrible time, not hoping on the collapsed healthcare system: please, only protect us, dear! These numerous "kashpirovskies" parasitize on the panic and the fear, and these charlatans are already climbing to the light from all the cracks. The 1990s are returning - Sidorov is sure.