On all things Russia and other invented US enemies, fake news over the real thing infests MSM reports across the board.
Their forked tongue reporting long ago disgraced them.
It’s world’s apart from how iconic muckraking journalist IF Stone pursued his craft, once saying:
“I tried to bring the instincts of a scholar to the service of journalism; to take nothing for granted; to turn journalism into literature; to provide radical analysis with a conscientious concern for accuracy, and in studying the current scene to do my very best to preserve human values and free institutions.”
Nothing remotely approaches this standard in daily MSM reports — notably nothing by the self-styled newspaper of record NYT.
Fake news mass deception on all things Russia is the latest example of what infests its daily editions.
So-called “mount(ing) evidence of (Russian) war crimes” are based on made up stuff — polar opposite reality about its special military operation in Ukraine.
Saying hegemon USA — together with vassal states Britain and France — “are likely to present evidence that atrocities were committed in Bucha” when Security Council members meet on Tuesday ignored that nothing credible suggests Russian responsibility for war crimes in Ukraine or anywhere else.
Claims otherwise are bald-faced Big Lies.
Proliferating them is further evidence of Western debauchery.
The same reality applies to the Times.
It lied claiming that satellite imagery analysis “rebuts claims by Russia that the killing of civilians in Bucha, a suburb of Kiev, occurred after its soldiers had left the town (sic).”
No such evidence exists.
The Times also falsely claimed that “satellite images show(ed) bodies lay in Bucha for weeks (sic) — compounding the above Big Lie.
It quoted the Biden regime’s so-called national security advisor Sullivan’s Big Lie — falsely claiming Moscow’s intention “to cause terror” throughout Ukraine (sic).
The Times lied accusing Russian forces of “terr(orizing)” Nova Basan residents.
It lied claiming that Russia “killed…10…Mykolaiv residents and wounded dozens more (sic).”
It lied accusing Russian forces of using cluster munitions and other banned weapons — a longtime US/NATO specialty.
It lied saying that on Monday and Tuesday, “Russian forces targeted residential buildings, a hospital, an orphanage, and schools (sic).”
It lied claiming that Russian forces “retreated from areas around Kiev (sic).”
It lied calling the redeployment of Russian forces to Donbass “a major defeat (sic).”
Everything reported by the Times and other MSM on Bucha were bald-faced Big Lies.
A conspiracy of coverup concealed indisputable truths about events in the town.
From his hideout in Poland, US-installed puppet Zelensky falsely accused Russia of torturing and killing hundreds of Bucha residents.
And this fake news from the Times:
“The Russians fired at anyone as their tanks rolled through” Bucha (sic).
“(S)ummary killings of civilians add to the growing body of evidence of numerous flagrant violations by Russian forces of the laws of war (sic).”
Mariupol’s population “shr(ank) to 100,000 or less (from around) 450,000.”
Implying mass Russian caused casualties by the Times ignored that most city residents were evacuated to safety from captivity by US/Western-supported Ukrainian Nazis — thugs the Times falsely claimed don’t exist in the country.
According to militantly hostile to all things Russia WaPo editors:
Russian forces are “smashing (the) hopes and dreams (of Ukrainians) along with their homes, hospitals and theaters by indiscriminate shelling and bombs (sic).”
They “slaughter(ed) civilians (in) Bucha (sic).”
“The Bucha massacre marks a grim turning point in Russia’s invasion, and the world must respond forcefully (sic).”
“Russia agreed to humanitarian corridors for…Mariupol (civilians), only to attack them (sic).”
Rubbish by WSJ editors mimicked the above fake news — falsely accusing Russia of “atrocities” and other “war crimes.”
Along with debunking US/Western Big Lies about events in Bucha on Monday, Sergey Lavrov stressed what’s been clear throughout Russia’s operation in Ukraine, saying:
“We believe that it is necessary to provide humanitarian aid to all people who find themselves in a difficult situation.”
“We are actively doing this for the Donetsk and Lugansk people’s republics.”
“We cooperate with international partners, including the UN and the International Committee of the Red Cross, in order to organize humanitarian convoys to Ukrainian cities such as Sumy, Kharkov and Mariupol.”
“Unfortunately, attempts continue to politicize humanitarian issues and even to speculate on them.”
Claims of Russian attacks on civilians and nonmilitary targets have been “openly provocative.”
Based on “fake materials, they were later debunked.”
Everything reported in the West about Bucha has been fake news.
It continues along with demonizing Russia over all things Ukraine as part of undeclared war on the country and its leadership with the worst of diabolical aims in mind.