The above is a Friday fake news NYT headline.
Repeating with disturbing regularity, it reflects a regular drumbeat of editorial war on Russia.
Waged daily, it’s part of providing press agent services for the Biden regime’s diabolical domestic and geopolitical agenda.
While November 2022 midterm elections are months away, dismal homeland conditions suggest that Republicans will regain congressional control next January.
Officially reported economic and other data are falsified.
Based on how data were calculated pre-1990, US unemployment is 24.5%.
Consumer price inflation at 15.6% is the highest it’s been in the past 75 years.
Consumer sentiment is at a 10-year low.
On Thursday, the WSJ reported that Federal Reserve officials are “no longer (considering) whether they will raise interest rates, but rather by how much.”
Citigroup expects a half point hike in March.
Some insiders expect it ahead of the next scheduled FOMC meeting, perhaps at an emergency session this month.
Along with dismal economic conditions adversely harming the welfare of most Americans, anger over draconian flu/covid mandates is growing.
January Quinnipiac University polling results reflected the above reality — the fake Biden’s approval rating falling to 33%.
Only Richard Nixon and Harry Truman scored lower.
Is fake news about a nonexistent Russian threat to invade Ukraine an attempt to divert public attention from dismal domestic conditions?
Do Biden regime hardliners intend to set central Europe ablaze and blame Russia as a diversionary tactic?
Do they have a major false flag in mind to unjustifiably justify greater war than already?
Pre-9/11, the Bush/Cheney regime’s public approval rating was around 50%.
After the 9/11 mother of all false flags to that time, it shot up overnight to around 90%.
Are Biden regime wag the dog provocations prelude to major war in Europe’s heartland?
Do they think it’s the best way to transform majority disapproval of their policies to the other way around?
Was the State Department’s Feb. 10 warning against traveling to Ukraine — based on fake news about threatened Russian military activity — with planned US direct or more likely proxy aggression in mind?
Will dominant Biden regime hardliners risk confrontation with Russia as a strategy for maintaining congressional control and elevating the White House imposter’s approval rating?
Wars are based on Big Lies and mass deception to manufacture consent for what no one should support.
Social psychologist Alex Carey and others explained how propaganda manipulates the public mind.
When the US goes to war or plans one, truth is suppressed while public fear of an invented enemy is stoked.
Most Americans are none the wiser.
Fear-mongering obliterates reason.
Nazi Germany’s propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels noted that “(i)t would not be impossible to prove with sufficient repetition and a psychological understanding of the people concerned that a square is in fact a circle.”
“They are mere words, and words can be molded until they clothe ideas in disguise.”
Herman Goering reportedly said:
“Of course the people don’t want war.”
“(I)t’s the leaders of the country who determine the policy.”
“(I)t’s always a simple matter to drag the people along whether it’s a democracy, a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship.”
“Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.”
“All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism, and exposing the country to greater danger.”
Orwell explained that “(p)olitical language…is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.”
Most Americans and others abroad were mind-manipulated to believe that garden variety flu threatens their health and well-being.
That all things flu/covid designed to health and freedom are beneficial.
When repeated ad nauseam while going all-out to stifle dissent, most people believe most anything.
According to December YouGov polling data:
About three-fourths of Americans want Washington to focus on domestic issues.
Around half of respondents oppose war with Russia if Ukraine is invaded.
Only one-fourth favor US war with Moscow if the above occurs.
Only 10% favor increased US military activity worldwide.
If war erupts that causes US and/or allied casualties blamed on Russia — even if untrue — polling data could change dramatically.
Throughout its history from inception, the US waged wars on one invented enemy after another.
None, repeat none, were ever justified, none waged in self-defense.
Do dominant Biden regime hardliners — with congressional Dem support — intend following tradition with blaming Russia and gaining public support in mind?
The fullness of time will explain if that’s where things are heading.