Russia Planning to Invade Ukraine?

Since dissolution of the Soviet Union in late 1991, the Russian Federation waged peace and stability, not war.

Especially after Vladimir Putin became president in 1999, Russia prioritized cooperative relations with other nations and compliance with the rule of law.

Threatening no other nations for decades, it threatens none now.

Time and again, hegemon USA and its imperial partners in war on humanity invent reasons to demonize nonthreatening nations free from their control — especially Russia, China and Iran.

On Thursday, citing unnamed US sources, Bloomberg News reported that hegemon USA warned Europe of a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine (sic).

Citing no corroborating evidence was proof of the phony accusation — like countless other fake ones about invented US enemies.

No real ones existed since WW II ended.

No Russian buildup of forces near Ukraine’s border exists.

Claimed US evidence is fake. Deployed Russian forces operate in their own territory, their legal right threatening no one.

Whatever the Biden regime briefed EU officials about included no credible evidence of a Russian threat against any other nations.

Its rule of law-based standards are polar opposite how hegemon USA and its imperial partners operate — waging forever wars, deploring peace, seeking dominance over planet earth its resources and populations, by brute force if other tactics fail.

Bloomberg noted that so-called Biden regime assessments are based on information not shared with EU and UK regimes — because no evidence supports them, the news agency failed to explain.

Following a request by Bloomberg for more information, the Biden regime White House failed to respond.

In response to the above fake news, Russian First Deputy UN envoy Dmitry Polyansky debunked it, saying:

Moscow “never planned and we never will” invade Ukraine or any other countries.

Kremlin policy is firm. Only if “provoked by Ukraine or by somebody else” will Russia act to defend the nation against foreign hostilities, adding: 

“There are a lot of (provocations and) threats coming from Ukraine” and Washington.

“We have the right to concentrate our troops wherever we want” within Russia’s borders. 

“If you read the threats, concrete threats that are being pronounced by Ukraine against Russia, against Russian territorial integrity, then you will understand that certain precaution is a logical step in such a situation.”

Last week, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova debunked fake news US MSM reports about amassing forces to invade Ukraine.

On Thursday, interventionist Blinken falsely claimed that the Biden regime has no “clarity about Moscow’s intentions” — a bald-faced Big Lie, adding:

He knows “its playbook (sic).”

“Any escalatory or aggressive actions would be of grave concern to the US (sic).”

These type “actions” reflect how hegemon USA and partners operate.

In defiance of peace, stability and the rule of law, their way is worlds apart different from Russia’s higher standards.

In response to earlier Biden regime fake news about Russia, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said it’s “not worth commenting on” rubbish with no credibility.

Unlike US-dominated NATO and Israel, “Russia never threatened anyone, nor is it threatening anyone, and what’s more, it poses no danger to anyone.”

No evidence refutes him.

Separately according to the President of Russia website on Thursday, Vladimir Putin slammed “Kiev’s destructive policy, which is relying increasingly on force.”

It’s “using assault drones in violation of the Minsk Package of Measures.” 

“The destabilizing and dangerous provocations by the armed forces of the US and other NATO countries in the Black Sea” also heightened tensions.

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