NYT Russia Bashing on Farcical No-Summit/Summit Day
The charade of an imposter enlisted to impersonate cognitively impaired Biden in public persists because establishment media like the Times play along with the mass deception.
Nor do they explain that Biden was selected by brazen election rigging last November, not elected.
Not only does he serve illegitimately, his deteriorated state requires a double to impersonate him in public.
Most Americans are none the wiser about what Washington insiders understand but don’t reveal.
The same goes for establishment media like the Times, a press agent for powerful interests at the expense of journalism as it should be.
Indeed “both Washington and Moscow talked about a desire for stability.”
Unexplained by the Times is that Russia’s aim is genuine — in stark contrast to endless US wars by hot and/or other means against invented enemies with no prospect of its ruling regimes changing their wicked ways.
Like other establishment media, the Times promotes US Big Lie claims about nonexistent Russian “aggression,” nonexistent Russian US election “interference,” nonexistent Russian “cyberattacks” on the US, and other phony accusations by Biden regime hardliners.
They include nonexistent poisoning of CIA asset Navalny and nonexistent “repression of (Putin’s) domestic political opponents.”
As quoted by the Times, what Biden’s double at G7 talks said about “respond(ing) in a ‘robust and meaningful way’ to what he called ‘harmful activities’ conducted by Mr. Putin” are nonexistent.
What the Times should have explained, it suppressed — as part of its longstanding war on truth and full disclosure.
Instead, it defied reality by calling totalitarian USA “democratic” in contrast to Russians governed by real democracy it falsely considers “autocrat(ic).”
Separately, the Times said talks in Geneva give the Biden regime a “chance to..contrast (itself to its predecessor by) standing up to (Putin) in ways that (Trump) did not.”
To his credit, Trump genuinely wanted improved Russian/US relations — what bipartisan hardliners prevented.
Following no-summit/summit talks between Putin and Biden’s double, the Times falsely said they’ll hold separate press conferences to deny “the Russian leader a chance to try to outshine Mr. Biden.”
Going solo is all about preventing gaffes by Biden’s impersonator who’s able to do little more than recite from a teleprompter or paraphrase remarks scripted for him.
He’s a pale shadow of Putin’s preeminence on the world stage.
According to the Times, the White House seeks five outcomes from Geneva talks:
“To look strong on human rights” — by the world’s leading abuser worldwide, the broadsheet failed to explain.
“To be the anti-Trump” — a major negative by pushing the envelope for possible direct confrontation with Russia, China, and/or other countries.
“To take on cyberattacks” — how the US, NATO and Israel operate against invented enemies, not Russia, China and other countries on their target list for regime change.
“To avoid rocking the boat” by a nation perpetually at war by hot and other means against invented enemies.
“To make some concrete progress” for improved relations with Russia — what’s clearly off-the-table by a nation seeking unchallenged global dominance by whatever it takes to achieve its diabolical aims.
What the Times and other establishment media suppress is what’s most important for everyone to know.
No-summit/summit talks will achieve nothing toward “sav(ing) succeeding generations from the scourge of war, which twice in our lifetime has brought untold sorrow to mankind” — as explained by the UN Charter’s preamble.
Because of the destructive power of today’s super-weapons, US rage for dominating other nations risks global war 3.0 that may doom us all if occurs.
My two Wall Street books are timely reading:
“How Wall Street Fleeces America: Privatized Banking, Government Collusion, and Class War”
“Banker Occupation: Waging Financial War on Humanity”