On virtually all major domestic and geopolitical issues, the self-styled newspaper of record NYT never met indisputable truths — crucial for everyone to know — that it didn’t go all-out to suppress.
Notably the above reality is true on all things related to US invented enemies.
In its latest fake news edition, the Times pretended that Russia is dismayed about not “captur(ing) more of Ukraine (sic).”
Ignored by the Times is that Russian forces control Ukrainian territory the size of Great Britain.
That its forces accomplished this objective much faster — and with much smaller numbers — than what Nazi Germany’s Wehrmacht was able to achieve over a comparable period of time after invading the Soviet Union in June 1941 — with around four million troops.
No Russian “struggles” are ongoing anywhere in Ukraine, no “suspen(ion) (of its generals) for not capturing…Kharkov” and Kiev.
The above rubbish came from a fake News BoJo regime report on Thursday.
And this Times rubbish:
“The Kremlin (is) us(ing) the surrender (of over 1,700 largely Nazified Ukrainian fighters from Mariupo’s Azovstal plant) for propaganda purposes (sic).”
Invented claims by the Times about strikes by Russian forces on civilians in residential areas are fake news, not the real thing.
The same goes for pushing the debunked myth about “abandon(ment) (of) ambitious (Russian) goals (to) toppl(e) the” Kiev regime (sic).
And this Times fake news:
“Peace talks reached an impasse last month, largely over Russia’s insistence on controlling large swaths of Ukrainian territory (sic), with Ukraine emboldened by its successes on the battlefield (sic).”
No Kiev successes were achieved, just Russian ones, no Kremlin regime change aim in Ukraine.
Kiev halted conflict resolutions talks with Russia on orders from dominant Biden regime hardliners — wanting perpetual proxy war on Russia continued, not resolution of what’s going on.
Quoting puppet Zelensky’s latest hyperventilating, he once again turned reality on its head by falsely accusing Russia of a “criminal attempt to kill as many Ukrainians as possible (sic).”
And this Times rubbish:
Ignoring the Biden regime’s orchestrated/Kiev’s implemented Bucha false flag last month, the Times invented nonexistent evidence to blame Russian forces for what they had nothing to do with, saying:
“Russian paratroopers rounded up and executed a group of Ukrainian men, directly implicating these forces in a likely war crime (sic)” — a bald-faced Big Lie.
“These (nonexistent) killings (by Russian forces) were among a series of executions that took place in Bucha (sic).”
No Russian “executions” took place in Bucha or anywhere else in Ukraine.
No credible evidence exists to support the above claims.
So the Times invented its own — one of many examples of its yellow journalism trash.
And this trash by its so-called editors, saying:
“No matter how long it takes, (Nazi-controlled) Ukraine will be free (sic).”
“Ukraine deserves support against (nonexistent) Russia’s unprovoked aggression (sic).”
Hegemon USA “must lead its NATO (vassals) in demonstrating to Vladimir Putin that the Atlantic alliance is willing and able to resist his (nonexistent) revanchist ambitions (sic).”
“Americans have been galvanized by Ukraine’s suffering (sic).”
The vast majority of Americans are “galvanized” by soaring inflation, economic weakness, and Biden regime contempt for their needs and rights.
They’re concerned about growing poverty, food insecurity, shortages of essentials and Dem mismanagement.
They’re likely asking:
Why are dominant Dems throwing another $40 billion more at (Nazi-infested) Ukraine for war-making at the expense of vital homeland needs gone begging?
Why are their needs being sacrificed in pursuit of perpetual proxy war on Russia?
Largely ducking their concerns, the Times perpetuates the myth about Biden regime support for “democratic values” in Ukraine that don’t exist.
Nor do what the Times falsely called “Ukraine’s (nonexistent) successes against (nonexistent) Russian aggression (sic).”
And this bald-faced Big Lie by the Times:
It falsely called model democrat Putin a “despot.”
It defied reality by falsely claiming that he “show(ed) little inclination toward a negotiated settlement” when polar opposite is true.
It was over the top and then some by falsely claiming that Vladimir “Putin will go down in history as a butcher (sic).”
Butchery is how the vast majority of US regimes operated throughout the country’s history from inception.
Butchery is how it’s operating now at home by kill shots and abroad by perpetual hot and sanctions wars on invented enemies.
Butchery is what the scourge of US imperial rampaging is all about.
Perpetual butchery is longstanding US policy against invented enemies.
Russia operates by higher standards.
Instead of explaining reality, the Times and other MSM consistently feature fake news over the real thing.
Following them assures being brainwashed and treated like mushrooms — kept well-watered and in the dark.