There’s no ambiguity about US/Western complicity to try undermining Russia politically, economically and financially.
New shoes drop with disturbing regularity.
At this time, two US House adopted anti-Russia bills adopted head for rubber-stamp Senate approval and enactment into law by the fake Biden.
One measure calls for suspending what remains of US trade relations with Russia and Belarus.
It imposes visa and property-blocking sanctions based on invented human rights violations.
It increases duties “applicable to products of Russia and Belarus.”
It directs the US trade representative to suspend Russia’s participation in the WTO, along with halting the accession process for Belarus.
A second bill halts what little remains of Russian energy imports and other products, including mineral oils, products of their distillation, bituminous substances, and mineral waxes.
The White House imposter and his successors may waive prohibitions in the above two measures, subject to congressional approval.
Hegemon USA is heading toward breaking off relations with Russia altogether — as part of its undeclared war on the nation, its leadership and people.
The above measures, the Bucha provocation, unprecedented information war and hostility toward Russia barely stop of a formal declaration of hot war — or perhaps a sneak attack.
Despite what hegemon USA calls “sanctions from hell,” Russia’s special military operation continues as planned to sufficiently demilitarize and deNazify the threat posed by Washington’s use of Ukraine as a platform for endless war on Donbass, proxy hot war on the Russian Federation and regional peace.
At this time, Kiev’s military capabilities have been greatly degraded.
Its navy is gone.
Its remaining aerial capabilities are minimal.
Its command and control capabilities were largely eliminated.
Its supply lines were cut.
Its ground forces are cut off from each other, their ability to be resupplied minimal at best.
It can’t be done by air or sea. Shipments spotted crossing into Ukraine by land will be targeted and destroyed.
On Tuesday, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman General Dmitry Konashenkov updated the toll on Ukraine’s military, saying:
Since begun on Feb. 24, Russia’s special military operation destroyed “125 aircraft, 91 helicopters, 398 unmanned aerial vehicles, 226 anti-aircraft missile systems, 1,969 tanks and other armored combat vehicles, 214 multiple rocket launchers, 852 field artillery vehicles and mortars, as well as 1,873 special military vehicles.”
Overnight Monday and early Tuesday, Russian Aerospace Forces struck 134 Ukrainian military targets, including eight command posts, a S-300 SAM guidance radar and a Tochka-U complex.
They targeted 134 Ukrainian military facilities, including eight command posts, a fire control/illumination and guidance radar of an S-300 anti-aircraft missile system, the Tochka-U missile system, six ammunition and two fuel depots, as well as 85 strongholds and a military equipment concentration area.
Four more UAVs were downed.
How much more smashing Ukraine’s military can take before rendered unable to strike Donbass will be best known in hindsight.
Ukraine’s military infrastructure has been greatly degraded.
What took years by the Pentagon to create at the cost of billions of dollars was largely eliminated or rendered inoperable by Russia in a few weeks.
Ignoring reality, MSM prostitutes of the press pretend that Ukraine is counterattacking, retaking territory from Russia and dealing devastating blows to its military.
Not even in the wildest of wild dreams is it remotely so.
Separately on Tuesday, Russia’s OSCE envoy Alexander Lukashevich said reports of mass graves of civilians in Bucha, Irpen, Borodyanka, the settlement of Motyzhin and Moschun are “staged fakes” to demonize it forces unjustifiably.
Sergey Lavrov debunked other reports of alleged Russian war crimes as fake news.
Whatever happened in Bucha won’t be the end of it.
On a virtual daily basis, all-out information war hammers Russia with a blitzkrieg of fabricated accusations with no end of it likely any time ahead for a protracted period.