Weeks of anti-Russia saber-rattling by Biden regime hardliners, congressional Russophobes and MSM co-conspirators are ominously similar to events preceding earlier — long planned in advance aggression by the US against nations threatening no one — throughout the post-WW II period.
A daily drumbeat of Russophobic rubbish has been ongoing for weeks.
Instead of stepping back from the brink of possible conflict between the world’s leading nuclear powers, heightened tensions are increasing.
MSM press agents for US hegemonic aims bear much of the blame.
Reporting Russophobic rubbish over truth and full disclosure, they’re allied with dominant Biden regime hardliners in pushing things for possible global war 3.0.
In print, the self-styled newspaper of record NYT is the lead offender.
Having long ago abandoned journalism as it should be, its daily editions feature a steady drumbeat of managed news misinformation and disinformation rubbish on virtually all domestic and geopolitical issues mattering most.
Citing Biden regime fake news on Friday, the Times falsely claimed that Moscow “sen(t) saboteurs into eastern Ukraine to stage an incident that could provide Vladimir Putin with a pretext for ordering an invasion of the country (sic).”
The Times knows that the above claim is a bald-faced Big Lie but reported it anyway.
It’s one of many examples of fake news it features based on state-approved talking points.
Like other MSM, its editorial war on invented US enemies never ends.
Knowing no Russian planned invasion of Ukraine or other countries exists — a longstanding US specialty it ignores — Times propaganda falsely said the following:
“US officials…tiptoed around…much military support to provide to Ukraine, for fear of provoking Russia (sic).”
Since the Obama/Biden regime’s 2014 Maidan coup, hegemon USA poured billions of dollars of heavy and other weapons into Ukraine for war-making against Donbass — threatening Russia by so doing.
Thousands of US and other NATO forces are deployed in Ukraine to train its military, orchestrate and direct aggression on the breakaway Donbass People’s Republics of Donetsk and Lugansk.
Made-in-the-USA forever war has been ongoing for nearly eight years with no end of it in prospect.
The Pentagon is now training Ukrainian paramilitaries for war-making.
What the Times called Biden regime “backing of an insurgency if Russia invades Ukraine” ignored that no credible evidence suggests what’s clearly not planned.
Separately on Friday, the Times mocked Russia’s security concerns, slamming its legitimate demands by falsely claiming:
Vladimir Putin’s “insistence that NATO stop enlargement and remove allied forces from member states bordering Russia would draw a new Iron Curtain across Europe, and that threat has concentrated minds (sic).”
No Russian “Iron Curtain” is planned, no threats by Moscow in stark contrast to the unprecedented menace posed by hegemon USA-dominated NATO to everyone everywhere.
WaPo repeated fake news about (nonexistent) Russian “operatives” in eastern Ukraine for (nonexistent) “sabotage that could serve as a pretext for (no planned) invasion.”
When repeated with disturbing regularity, Big Lies and mass deception take on a life of their own.
CNN fake news was first up to push the phony claim of planned Russian invasion of Ukraine that doesn’t exist.
Turning truth on its head in similar fashion to its daily misreporting on all major issues, the most reviled name in television propaganda falsely accused Putin of “present(ing) a profound threat to peace in Europe (sic).”
It lied claiming that Russia’s leader “laid claim to Ukraine (sic).”
A further litany of bald-faced Big Lies followed — what’s standard practice by CNN and other MSM on major domestic and geopolitical issues.
Truth-telling is banned on their platforms. Nothing they report can be taken at face value.
According to WSJ fake news on Friday, “Russia began moving tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, rocket launchers and other military equipment westward from their bases in its Far East”— citing unnamed Biden regime and likeminded Russophobes.
“This stuff is almost certainly going to Ukraine,” US think tank analyst Rob Lee falsely claimed — citing no evidence because there is none.
Similar rubbish followed.
On Friday, Reuters reported the following:
Biden regime officials “held talks with several international energy companies on contingency plans for supplying natural gas to Europe if conflict between Russia and Ukraine disrupts Russian supplies.”
Knowing no Russian invasion of Ukraine is coming, no Russian attack on any nations, the above reported talks relate to hegemon USA’s aim to sell more high cost LNG to European countries at the expense of much cheaper and readily available Russian natural gas.
Separately on Saturday, Ukrainian political scientist Andrey Zolotarev said the following:
“US weapons and military bases in Ukraine on the Sea of Azov, as well as membership in the alliance that Kiev is striving for, is an unacceptable option.”
“Ukraine has virtually turned into a spear, with the help of which the collective West, primarily the US and UK, intend to tease Russia.”
“For Ukraine, this is a dead-end path, which sooner or later will lead to a serious conflict and fatal consequences for the state.”
If Biden regime hardliners more greatly jeopardize the security of over a million Russian nationals in Donbass by escalated Kiev war and possible invasion, all bets are off.
According to international law, Moscow could respond defensibly to protect its cross-border citizens.
War along its border is red line for the Kremlin.
On Friday, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Ukraine’s admittance to NATO, as well as alliance military bases and weapons along its border are unacceptable red lines it would be forced to counter.