In retreat, not advancing is more accurate than what MSM falsely claim.
Since Russia’s SMO began on Feb. 24, Ukrainian forces have been overwhelmingly degraded, heavily demilitarized and greatly demoralized by vastly superior Russian military strength.
The longer Kiev throws more manpower against Russian artillery, aerial and naval firepower, the sooner demilitarization of Ukraine will be accomplished — along with a generation of lost young men.
MSM pretend otherwise.
Ignoring reality on the ground once again, NYT fake news hyperventilated about a nonexistent Ukrainian “offensive against Russian forces (sic).”
Claiming what’s pretense, not real, intends to “drive (Russia’s military) back from” areas they control ignored how increasingly Ukrainian troops are unable to contain steady Russian advances.
Remaining in harm’s way when ordered to maintain positions assures their mass annihilation.
Yet according to Times fiction, Ukrainian forces shifted from “defensive operations to offens(e) (sic).”
And this Times rubbish:
Russia uses the UN Security Council “as a platform for its information war about Ukraine (sic).”
“Russia…deflect(s) attention from documented atrocities committed by its forces in Ukraine (sic).”
Whenever phony claims like the above are made, corroborating evidence is never presented because none exists.
At the same time, throughout Russia’s SMO and earlier, the Times and other MSM systematically suppressed documented evidence of crimes of war, against humanity and related atrocities committed by Nazified Ukrainian forces.
Russian media reports on what’s going on in Ukraine explain what’s documented and suppressed in the West.
Not according to Times fake news, falsely saying:
Russian media operate “as a mouthpiece for the government (sic).”
Truth-telling about conflict in Ukraine “has been criminalized (sic).”
“Russian news media repeatedly dismiss or downplay Ukrainian civilian casualties (sic).”
In stark contrast to contempt for civilian lives and well-being by US/NATO forces when waging preemptive wars on invented enemies, Russian operations in Ukraine have been polar opposite — wanting civilians protected, not massacred like US/Western regimes operate.
The Times resurrected fake news about the made-in-the-USA/Kiev implemented Bucha and Kramatorsk false flags — once again blaming Russia for what it had nothing to do with.
The same goes for fake news about a Russian maternity hospital attack.
Ignored was its takeover by Ukrainian forces as a stronghold to commit war crimes.
And this Times fake news about Nazified Azov thugs, saying:
“(E)xperts (sic) say the group quelled its extremist side under pressure from authorities (sic),” adding:
“The neo-Nazi movement is not a significant force in Ukraine (sic), according to experts (sic) who track the far right, who point to Ukraine’s election of Zelensky, who is Jewish, as evidence (sic).”
The above perversion of reality trash is what the Times calls “news that’s fit to print (sic).”
The rest of its hit piece on Russian media was as fabricated as the above fake news.
Ukraine is a Nazi-infested fascist police state, a US colony masquerading as a nation state, a menace to its people and world peace.
Instead of reality reporting on events in Ukraine that pose a major threat to everyone everywhere — including possible nuclear war — the Times supports what demands all-out condemnation to its disgrace.
Like other MSM, virtually everything reported about Russia in the run-up to and following the launch of its SMO in Ukraine has been fake news — based on state-approved talking points.
It’s further proof positive that the self-styled newspaper of record lies and mass deceives readers instead of informing them by journalism as it should be.