Vassal state Ukraine is US-occupied territory.
Its regional actions follow orders from its higher power in Washington.
Its war on Donbass since April 2014 was and continues to be made-in-the-USA.
If escalated as expected ahead, it risks turning central Europe more ablaze than already.
If spills cross-border into Russian territory or more greatly threatens its nationals in Donbass, the Kremlin may exercise its legitimate UN Charter right of self-defense.
If hegemon USA-dominated NATO pushes things too far — what’s very possible, maybe likely — unthinkable war between the world’s leading nuclear powers could follow.
That’s where things have been incrementally heading since undemocratic Dems usurped power.
On all things Russia and other nations free from US control, they have plenty of support from dominant hardliners on the other side of the aisle.
At the most perilous time since the height of WW II, hegemon USA is pushing things for possible war on Russia instead of stepping back from what no one should risk.
With fake news about Russian troops along Ukraine’s border — not there — featured daily, the NYT falsely claimed the following:
“Russia (is) thin(ning) out its embassy in” Kiev (sic).”
“The slow evacuation may be part propaganda, part preparation for a conflict or part feint, Ukrainian and US officials say (sic). It could be all three (sic).”
In response to the above fake news, Tass reported the following on Tuesday:
“The Russian embassy in Kiev is working as usual, Moscow’s diplomatic service told TASS on Tuesday, commenting on…New York Times (fake news) that the families of the envoys were leaving Ukraine.”
“The Russian embassy in Kiev is operating in a standard way.”
No evacuation of diplomats is underway.
Nothing is going on in preparation for conflict by Russia on Ukraine.
The Times and other MSM go out of their way to invent accusations about nations free from US control.
US officials oblige them with red meat talking points, based on fiction, not facts.
On Monday, WaPo reported that a “bipartisan delegation of (hardline) US senators met with Ukraine’s puppet leader Zelensky and other regime officials in Kiev.
A statement by Russophobe Jeanne Shaheen said hegemon USA “stands in unwavering support of” the colonized country “in the face of (phony claims about nonexistent) Russian aggression (sic).”
The arrival of US senators in Kiev comes at a time when US-dominated NATO regimes continue to pour heavy and other weapons into Ukraine for endless aggression on Donbass.
On Monday, a saber-rattling WSJ commentary pushed things for war by saying that “dispatching an American and coalition force to defend Ukraine (is) the only one option that would stop a Russian invasion (sic).”
Western regimes and their MSM press agents know that there’s no threat of war by Russia against Ukraine or other countries.
The know that Moscow prioritizes peace and stability.
They know that the Russian Federation never attacked another country, threatening none now.
They know that US-dominated NATO is waging forever hot and cold wars against invented enemies.
They know no real ones exist.
What they know goes unmentioned.
What’s reported is fake news over the real thing.
The Journal is right about today’s “dangerous world.”
In his comic strip Pogo, cartoonist Walt Kelly — on Earth Day, April 22, 1971 — had him say that “(w)e have met the enemy and he is us.”
Half a century later, the threat of global war 3.0 is ominously real because hegemon USA tolerates no nations free from its control.
A Final Comment
In 1966, Norman Jewison’s film, titled “The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming” satirically portrayed a dubious Soviet threat.
Today, outrageous headlines irresponsibly suggest that Russian hordes threaten Ukraine when it’s well known that the Russians are not coming against any nations.
If all nations operated like Russia, an agenda of peace and mutual cooperation would put an end to forever wars by hegemon USA, NATO, apartheid Israel and their subservient partners.