The intensity and viciousness of made up rubbish is unparalleled with more of the same proliferated daily.
Followers of my writing know my contempt for what the long ago disgraced NYT calls news fit to print.
On virtually all issues mattering most, fake news mass deception is official editorial policy — in cahoots with war on humanity at home and worldwide by US dark forces.
Journalism as it should be is absent in its daily editions, state-approved managed news misinformation and disinformation trash is featured instead.
The broadsheet was never “the newspaper of record” — except in its own mind.
With rare exceptions, it’s always been a lying machine, an instrument of state-approved propaganda, regurgitating what the US ruling class wants featured.
Indeed, no self-respecting fish would tolerate being wrapped in its newsprint, as the late Chicago reporter Mike Royko once remarked about a Rupert Murdoch paper.
The Times never met a US war of aggression against an invented enemy that it didn’t cheerlead.
It never met an indisputable hard truth that contradicts official narrative mass deception that it didn’t suppress.
On all things related to invented US enemies, character assassination fake news of its leadership is standard practice.
On all things related to Russia’s Ukraine campaign, Times reports read like Biden regime fake news press releases.
Its reporters, columnists and contributors covering the conflict reflect a Noah’s Ark assemblage of scam-artists.
All garbage, all the time fills daily editions.
On Sunday, the Times reinvented reality again, repeating the debunked Big Lie claim that Russian forces are “using brutal techniques that increasingly target civilians (sic).”
It lied claiming that the “advance” of its forced “stalled (sic).”
It lied saying that “Ukrainian forces defeated the initial Russian campaign (sic).”
It lied claiming that “war in Ukraine reached a stalemate (sic)” — citing fake news by unnamed Biden regime officials and Russophobes connected to it.
It lied saying that after over three weeks of conflict, Russia “mad(e) only marginal gains.”
It lied claiming that Russian forces are holding Ukrainian civilians “hostage.”
It lied saying that “(t)he Kremlin (is) us(ing) outlandish falsehoods to prop up its overarching claim that the invasion of Ukraine is justified (sic).”
It lied claiming that it’s reporting “disinformation to rally its citizens at home and to discredit its enemies abroad (sic).”
It mocked indisputable evidence of US bioweapons development in Ukraine for war-making.
It called documentation of the above signed by US officials “wild, completely baseless and irresponsible conspiracy theories (sic).”
In the run-up to the Bush/Cheney regime’s aggression against Iraq in 2003, the Times made similar claims in reverse about nonexistent WMDs, eliminated entirely years earlier.
Then after the fact when too late to matter, a mea culpa issued fell flat.
The Times repeated the thoroughly discredited Big Lie claim that Russia bombed a maternity hospital.
The same goes for numerous other fake news claims about civilian targets struck by Russian forces.
The Times repeatedly turns truth on its head about Crimea.
No Russian annexation occurred.
It lied saying that Ukraine is “winning the information war (sic).”
US/Western fake news is winning it, not rubbish recited by US-installed puppet Zelensky — repeating or paraphrasing lines scripted by his higher power in Washington.
Pretending to be “courageously” in Kiev, he was hustled cross-border to Poland where he’s been secreted throughout most of the conflict.
The Times falsely accused the Kremlin of “silencing dissenting points of view (sic)” — what the self-styled newspaper of record and other MSM prioritize.
Controlling the message is longstanding 4th estate policy, sticking exclusively to the fabricated official narrative on major issues like all things Russia and Ukraine.
The Times lied claiming that a “week after” Russia’s campaign began, things went “badly for (its) troops (sic).”
Facts the Times and other MSM suppress include the following:
On Sunday, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman General Igor Konashenkov gave the following status report:
Overnight, Russian forces “hit 62 Ukrainian military facilities, among them three command posts, one multiple-launch rocket system, two weapon ordnance storages and one fuel storage, as well as 52 weaponry concentration areas.”
Through Saturday, Russia destroyed numerous Ukrainian aircraft and helicopters, 207 drones, 1,467 tanks and other armored combat vehicles, 148 multiple-launch rocket systems, 573 field branch artillery weapons and mortars, as well as 1,262 special tactical vehicles.”
Russia also eliminated “three S-300 systems, a Buk-M1 system, a guidance and targeting radar, three multiple rocket launchers, 12 depots containing missile and artillery weapons and 43 military equipment storage sites.”
Russia’s Kinzhal missile system with hypersonic aero-ballistic missiles destroyed a Ukrainian military’s underground depot containing missiles and aviation ammunition in Ukraine’s Ivano-Frankovsk region.
Early Sunday morning, Russia destroyed a Ukrainian special forces training center.
Reportedly, over 100 Ukrainian forces and foreign mercenaries were eliminated.
Aware of where mercenaries are located in Ukraine, Russia vowed to strike them “without mercy.”
After a few days of fighting began on Feb 24, Ukraine’s military was transformed into a spent force, a hollow shell.
Most of what remains is embedded in civilian neighborhoods of Kiev, Kharkov and other cities — using Ukrainian and foreign national civilians as human shields.
Not a word from the Times or other MSM about any of the above.
Slow, steady advances of Russian forces are with protecting civilian lives and well-being in mind.
In all its wars of aggression against invented enemies, US-dominated NATO massacred or otherwise killed or harmed countless millions of civilians in one country after another.
Kiev forces don’t give a damn about them.
Ukrainians trying to cross into Russian territory voluntarily to escape fascist tyranny are shot in back by Kiev forces if spotted.
Nazified Ukrainian forces operate as a modern-day Waffen SS.
The US installed Kiev regime is a monster masquerading as governance in the country.
Since illegitimately installed, it’s been a metastasizing cancer in Europe’s heartland, a threat to the region and beyond.
What the Times and other MSM should feature, they suppress.
What they report is state-approved rubbish — all propaganda, all the time on all things Russia and Ukraine.
The same goes for all major domestic and geopolitical issues.
Truth and full disclosure were long ago banned. None shows up in daily editions.
I said it before and I’ll say it again.
The Times is a national disgrace.
News it calls fit to print isn’t fit to read.