So-called declassified US intelligence to show planned Russian aggression on Ukraine doesn’t exist.
Not according to Russia bashing press agents for forever US wars by hot and/or other means on invented enemies.
According to NYT fake news, “US…intelligence — that doesn’t exist, falsely claims to show — a Russian plan to fabricate a pretext for an invasion of Ukraine using a faked video that would build on recent disinformation campaigns” not waged by Moscow.
The Biden regime “hopes to spoil (a nonexistent Russia plot) by making (the fake news) public (sic).”
Its invented scenario falsely claims that Moscow “intend(s) to use (fake) video (footage) to accuse Ukraine of genocide against Russian-speaking people (sic).”
“It would then use the outrage over the video to justify (a cross-border) attack (sic).”
According to Times double-talk, Biden regime “officials would not release any direct evidence of the Russian plan (that doesn’t exist) or specify how they learned of it, saying to do so would compromise their sources and methods (sic).”
Fact: Credible evidence that doesn’t exist can’t be released.
What the Times should have explained, it suppressed — in support of indisputable fake news.
No “Russian disinformation campaign” exists against any country.
No lawless Russian actions planned.
No plot of any kind against another nation.
No credible evidence to suggest otherwise.
Like Biden regime hardliners, the Times finds new ways to embarrass itself with rubbish like the above and the following, saying:
The Biden and UK Boris Johnson regimes aim “to persuade allies that Russia is not posturing and has real war plans that it could put into effect (sic).”
“The (fake news) releases also aim to force Russia to drop and redraft plans” that don’t exist.
“The longer the international community can delay a (nonexistent) decision by Vladimir Putin about whether to approve a military operation against Ukraine, the more of a chance there is that he will reconsider” what’s not planned or forthcoming.
Separate Times fake news accused Russia of planning “something worse than war (sic).”
The broadsheet invented what it called “an extensive suite of tactics designed to destabilize the West (sic).”
“For Europe, the threat of war could turn out to be more destructive than war itself (sic).”
Hegemon USA and complicit European regimes dubiously claim that Moscow “won’t stay still (sic).”
Biden regime hardliners reinvented preeminent peace advocate Putin — falsely claiming that he “needs a hot war in Ukraine to realize his grand ambitions (sic).”
Their fake news scenario doesn’t rise to the level of bad fiction.
Yet in lockstep, MSM press agents for hegemon USA’s war on humanity at home and abroad report indisputable rubbish as gospel.
In the process, they further blackened their black eyes for consistently featuring fake news over the real thing.
In stark contrast to made up stuff about nonexistent Russian forces massed along Ukraine’s border with intent to invade, MSM consistently suppressed the following:
For months under US/NATO direction, Ukrainian forces have been building up along the contact line with Donbass.
On Tuesday, the Donetsk News Agency (DPR) reported that Kiev’s military “completed (a) plan (for) an offensive operation” against its Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics.
The plan awaits “approval by (Kiev’s) national security and war counsel.”
Its authorities await orders from their Pentagon and CIA bosses.
Tensions along the contact line have been increasing sharply for months.
On Wednesday, Interfax reported the following:
“Two-thirds of Ukrainian army servicemen (are) amassed along the Donbass contact line…”
“Another three brigades (of up to 25,000 more troops) are on their way.”
“The total number will reach 150,000, not to mention the nationalists.”
If ordered by hegemon USA, they’re poised to invade Donbass “along the 320-kilometer front line.”
The above reality should be headline news throughout the US/West.
It’s suppressed in favor of fake news about nonexistent Russian hordes along Ukraine’s border.
A Final Comment
MSM across the board reported the latest fake news about Russia.
Some examples include:
WaPo: “US accuses Russia of planning to film false attack as pretext for Ukraine invasion (sic)”
WSJ: “US Says Russia Is Planning to Fabricate a Pretext to Invade Ukraine (sic)”
National Pentagon Radio (NPR): “US says Russia is planning a staged attack in Ukraine to justify an invasion (sic)”
Reuters: “US warns Russia may stage video to create pretext for Ukraine war (sic)”
CNN: “US alleges Russia planning false flag operation against Ukraine using ‘graphic’ video (sic)”
The BBC: “US accuses Russia of plotting fake invasion pretext (sic)”
The London Guardian: “Russia plans ‘very graphic’ fake video as pretext for Ukraine invasion”
Al Jazeera: “US accuses Russia of planning ‘false flag’ attack (sic)”
Haaretz: “For Russia and Iran, the Ukraine crisis is already a success (sic)”
Reporting on the above issue, Press TV explained that Vladimir Putin accused US-dominated NATO of “deliberately designing a scenario to lure Moscow into a war over Ukraine,” adding:
False flags are a longstanding US tradition to justify what’s unjustifiable.
No evidence suggests that the Russian Federation ever used or contemplated use of this diabolical tactic.
There’s no ambiguity about how US-dominated NATO and Russia operate.
The West prioritizes forever hot and cold wars on invented enemies.
The Russian Federation under Vladimir Putin is a preeminent advocate of peace, stability, cooperative relations with other countries and compliance with the rule of law.