It’s clear — or should be — that MSM are a national disgrace.
Operating as a mouthpiece for powerful interests, their reports on major issues are virtual state-approved press releases — based on their talking points.
When hegemon USA wages hot and cold wars, they support what demands exposure and condemnation.
What the Russophobic NYT called a “standoff” with Vladimir Putin was made-in-the-USA.
On all things US-colonized Ukraine, no “Russian tanks and troops (are mobilized) menacing(ly)” along its border in preparation to invade (sic).
No “Russia(n) threatening moves” of any kind exist.
Sounding buffoon-like, the Times reinvented reality by claiming that the know-nothing White House imposter “emerged as the leader of the West’s effort to confront the threats from Vladimir Putin” that don’t exist.
Citing reinvented reality by unnamed Biden regime officials, the Times falsely claimed that Putin aims “to fracture NATO (sic).”
Despite knowing that Russia threatens no one, the Biden regime called for a Monday Security Council meeting to discuss its nonexistent “threatening behavior against Ukraine (sic).”
On Friday, Tass reported that the Biden regime “sent a request to convene a UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine on January 31,” its UN mission saying:
It called for “an open meeting of the Security Council to discuss a matter of crucial importance to international peace and security (sic): Russia’s threatening behavior against Ukraine and the build-up of Russian troops on Ukraine’s borders and in Belarus (sic).”
“The Council’s full attention is needed now (sic), and we look forward to direct and purposeful discussion on Monday (sic).”
Hegemon USA-dominated NATO poses “a clear threat to international peace and security and the UN Charter” — not nonbelligerent, nonthreatening Russia.
Yet according to Times fake news, Vladimir Putin’s “aggressive tactics (sic) forc(ed) (hegemon USA and its NATO vassal states) together (sic).”
He “has shown little interest in striking a deal on Ukraine (sic).”
So-called “Putin’s string of provocations” don’t exist.
According to WaPo fake news, Vladimir Putin is “try(ing) to impose his will on Ukraine and the West (sic),” adding:
His alleged “military escalation” is Russophoic fiction, not fact.
No Putin aim “to keep Ukraine unstable and weak” exists, no Russian threat to the country or any others, no war on humanity by Moscow like hegemon USA-dominated NATO operates.
According to WSJ saber-rattling, the world community “braces for Putin’s next move (sic).”
He’s “tightening (a) noose around Ukraine (sic).”
The Journal called for “deterrence” — against a nation committed to peace, stability and strict compliance with the rule of law.
“Moscow…appear(s) to be (making) final preparations for an invasion of Ukraine by sending medical units to the front (sic),” according to Journal fake news.
It’s “moving to a level of readiness that it hadn’t reached in past buildups (sic), according to” Russophobic rubbish by the Biden regime’s war department.
Indeed there’s virtually no reason for optimism in light of escalated US-dominated NATO war on Russia by other means.
Phony claims about a threatened Russian invasion of Ukraine that doesn’t exist diverts attention from US war on humanity at home and abroad.
According to interventionist Blinken’s deputy Wendy Sherman:
The Biden regime is “looking at scenarios of hybrid attacks or subversion or sabotage or coercion (sic).”
“We have to consider all of these and be ready to act to support (US-colonized) Ukraine (sic).”
For weeks, fake news claims about Russian hordes massed along Ukraine’s border with intent to invade have repeated daily.
On Friday, Sergey Lavrov stressed what’s clear to the US-dominated West but left unexplained.
Russia abhors war. Its ruling authorities champion peace and stability.
At the same time, Moscow “will not allow (its) interests to be brutally attacked or ignored either,” Lavrov stressed, adding:
If the Biden regime remains uncompromising on Russia’s legitimate security concerns, Moscow “won’t change (its) position either.”
Lavrov again stressed the “main issue…the unacceptability of further NATO expansion to the East and the deployment of highly destructive weapons that could threaten the territory of the Russian Federation.”
Moscow will not and should not compromise on what Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov called a “life or death” issue.