Ominous Russian Troop Movements?

None exist so they’re invented.

No Russian threats exist against any nations.

So made-in-the-USA fear-mongering pretends otherwise.

Ongoing for what seems like forever, nonbelligerent, nonthreatening Russia is falsely portrayed as a bad guy.

Russian land, sea and aerial military movements are on its own territory with no evidence of aggressive intent.

Yet a daily drumbeat of fake news pretends otherwise.

Emanating from the White House, State Department and Congress, MSM press agents repeat fiction that’s easily debunked with minimum due diligence.

On February 10, Harvard Law Today interviewed Russophobe alum John Bellinger, a former Bush/Cheney regime official at the State Department who also was charge d’affairs at Washington’s Kiev embassy.

Repeating the Big Lie about over 100,000 Russian forces along Ukraine’s border not there, he falsely said “it seems very likely that the Russians will launch some kind of incursion into” its territory (sic),” adding:

Putin has “plenty of troops for a partial invasion (so) it would be difficult for him to just back down entirely and say, “Oh, never mind (sic).”

On all things Russia, propaganda substitutes for truth and full disclosure.

The same reality applies to all nations free from US control.

Demonizing them is longstanding US/Western policy by making stuff up.

Like MSM across the board, Harvard Law Today gave Bellinger a platform to lie and mass deceive about Russia.

At the same time, the highest of US/Western high crimes of war and against humanity at home and worldwide are ignored.

Bellinger favors greater sanctions war, as a lawyer knowing they’re flagrantly in breach of the UN Charter.

They’re what the International Progress Organization calls “an illegitimate form of collective punishment of the weakest and poorest members of society, the infants, the children, the chronically ill, and the elderly.”

Security Council members alone may legally impose sanctions on nations, entities or individuals. 

Whenever imposed by the US unilaterally throughout the post-WW II period, they failed to achieve their aims.

According to international security affairs expert Professor Robert Pape, “sanctions fail (because) modern states are not fragile.”

“Nationalism often makes states and societies willing to endure considerable punishment rather than abandon their national interests.” 

“States involved in coercive disputes often accept high costs, including civilian suffering, to achieve their objectives.”

“Even in the weakest and most fractured states, external pressure is more likely to enhance the nationalist legitimacy of rulers than to undermine it.”

When sanctions don’t work, does Bellinger favor greater US aggression than already?

His remarks were hostile to peace, the rule of law, and facts on the ground.

Given a heightened state of Cold War, Vladimir Putin met with senior Russian foreign affairs and defense officials on Monday.

On Tuesday, he’ll meet with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

He’s spoken by phone with the fake Biden and France’s Macron after meeting with him in Moscow.

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko slammed US/Western hostility toward Russia, saying:

The US-dominated “West needs to spark conflict (by use of) other people’s hands.”

It’s “better to fight” this way.

“Let the Ukrainians, the Russians, the Belarusians die. It’s all far away.”

It’s “clear who needs this war.”

Hegemon USA is addicted to forever hot and cold wars.

It’s been this way throughout its history, including against unwanted segments of its own society — from Native Americans to people of color to countless millions targeted for elimination today by kill shots.

According to WaPo’s fake news on Monday, the world waits to see “if Russia invades Ukraine this week (sic).”

Will Russian forces transform the country into “a killing field unlike anything Europe has seen since 1945 (sic)?”

This type rubbish is fed US news consumers daily — fake news propaganda in lieu of long ago banned journalism as it should be.

No Russian forces “encircle Ukraine on three” or any sides.

No “Russian bombers…artillery…missiles…amphibious ships…airborne forces…nuclear bombers…(and) submarines” primed for invasion.

No Russian instigated “bloody fighting” lies ahead.

No Russian “meat grinder of options.”

No “last moment” decisions on where and how to strike.

No “aggression” in any form — what Russia deplores and opposes when US/Western regimes launch it against invented enemies.

According to Canada’s state-owned and controlled CBC propaganda rubbish, anti-Trudeau regime protests related to health and freedom-destroying mandates are being “directed and manipulated by foreign agents (sic),” adding:

“Who would have reason right now to cause as much chaos in Canada as possible? Well, top of that list is Russia (sic).”

Canadians and others throughout the West are mind-manipulated like their US counterparts.

When stuff is repeated endlessly, most people are easily brainwashed.

No matter how often they’re lied to and otherwise deceived, they’re easily bamboozled to believe almost anything no matter how polar opposite reality.

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  1. Mr Lendman

    With Zelensky even bemoaning the Gangsters hype and lies

    It’s never been clearer who’s the War Monger…the instigator.

    BTW…all these Sanctions are actually War Crimes

    ( As you taught me )

    The Last Straw …

    Putin needs to hold pat.
    He’s equivacating too much

    A Shame.

    I noticed that two weeks ago.

    It’s like Sunny in the meeting with the Heroin Pushers in the Godfather

    Interrupting the Don..


    Don Corleone waves hid hand in utter contempt.

    Putin still in the Grasps of the Atlanticists..!

    A Crying Shame.


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