The above title is reality about how the self-styled newspaper of record NYT and other MSM operate to their disgrace.
The Times’ claim about “all the news that’s fit to print” is one of many examples of fake news it features daily.
Ignoring how Russian forces are systematically degrading, demilitarizing and deNazifying Ukraine, Times fake news claimed otherwise, falsely saying:
“(A)rmed with new (US/Western) weapons (sic), Ukrainian forces…mounted a counteroffensive (sic).”
And this rubbish:
Uncaring about its troops and civilians at home, the puppet Zelensky regime “is working to (help) its wounded (sic).”
No Russian “push” exists to give Vladimir Putin “a showcase victory” ahead of Monday’s 77th Great Patriotic War triumph commemoration.
Times fake news falsely claimed otherwise.
It also falsely claimed that Ukrainian forces pushed Russian forces back from Kharkov.
Fake news by an unnamed Ukrainian official was quoted, falsely claiming that — badly battered and beaten — Kiev forces are “pushing (the Russians) out (sic).”
And this Times rubbish:
Citing unnamed “military analysts (sic)…Russian actions (in the east are) similar (to their) retreat from” Kiev and Chernigov (sic).
No Russian retreat occurred.
There’s been no Russian setback in eastern Ukraine.
No “destruct(ion) of civilian infrastructure” by Russian forces occurred, military targets alone.
Try as they may, the Times and other MSM can no longer conceal the liberation of Mariupol from years of Nazified occupation.
And this Times fake news:
Russia’s SMO in Ukraine has been “a military debacle for its” forces (sic).
“The Kremlin entered the war expecting a quick and painless victory (sic).”
“Advances by Ukrainian forces in the northeast forced Russians to” retreat (sic).
And this WaPo fake news:
“Russia will lose (sic), even as Ukraine decides what constitutes winning (sic).”
Ukraine “can win,” according to Biden regime war secretary Austin’s perversion of reality.
On Friday, out-of-touch-with-reality from his Polish hideout, puppet Zelensky recited the same thing, lines scripted for him by his US master.
Last week, bozo BoJo sounded delusional once again in addressing Kiev’s Verkhovna Rada:
“We in the UK (are) guided by you, and we are proud to be your friends (sic),” he hyperventilated.
Our “message for you (is that) Ukraine will win” what’s already lost to militarily superior Russian forces.
Hegemon USA and vassal state Britain don’t give a hoot about Ukraine or its people.
They’re being used and abused in waging proxy war on Russia, then abandoned when of no further use.
And this WSJ fake news:
Russian forces have “limited skills and low morale (sic).”
Vladimir Putin is “desperat(e) (with) few options (sic).”
The morale of “Ukraine’s military” is high (sic) because of “the overwhelming popularity of the war among both its soldiers and population (sic).”
“Putin can’t hide the reality of soldiers not returning from war (sic).”
No self-respecting editors would touch the above trash.
Journal editors featured it — ignoring that reality on the ground in Ukraine is worlds apart from the above and similar fake news.
A Final Comment
A day ahead of Russia’s 77th commemoration of its Great Patriotic War triumph over the scourge of Nazi Germany on May 9, Vladimir Putin said the following:
He “sent messages of greetings to the leaders and people of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, the Donetsk People’s Republic, the Lugansk People’s Republic, as well as the peoples of Georgia and Ukraine.”
He paid tribute to and showed respect for “soldiers and home front workers who crushed Nazism at the cost of innumerable sacrifices and hardships,” adding:
“Today, our common duty is to prevent the revival of Nazism, which brought so much suffering to the people of different countries.”
“It is necessary to preserve and pass on to posterity the truth about the events of the war years, and the common spiritual values and traditions of fraternal friendship.”
Addressing leaders of Donetsk and Lugansk, he said “today our military personnel, like their ancestors, are fighting shoulder to shoulder for the liberation of their native land from Nazi filth and expressed confidence that, as in 1945, victory would be ours.”
Separately to Great Patriotic War veterans, he said:
“I warmly congratulate you on our great and common holiday – Victory Day.”
“Seventy-seven years ago, thanks to the courage and heroism of the front-line soldiers and partisans, and the tenacity and selflessness of the workers on the home front, fascism, which sought to enslave Europe and caused pain and suffering to tens of millions of people, was crushed.”
“The immeasurable sacrifices made in the name of the common Victory became a guarantee for our life and freedom.”
“This memory cannot fall into oblivion.”
“Unfortunately, today Nazism is once again raising its head and trying to impose its barbaric, inhuman order.”
“Our sacred duty is to prevent the retaliation of the ideological heirs of those who were defeated in the Great Patriotic War.”
“I sincerely wish the Ukrainian veterans of the Great Patriotic War the strength of their hearts, good health and long life, and to all the people of Ukraine a peaceful and just future.“