With Russian forces overwhelming Ukrainian Nazified thugs and conscripts, MSM notably find it hard to increasingly hard to pretend otherwise.
While continuing to try, their hollow reports increasingly fall flat.
Ignoring reality on the ground once again in its latest edition, the Times turned truth on its head by falsely claiming that Nazified Ukraine “did not attack anyone (sic).”
As orchestrated and directed by its US master, it’s been at war on Donbass since early spring 2014, notably against defenseless civilians.
While Severodonetsk, Lugansk is largely liberated, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, reported the following on Wednesday, saying:
Likely as directed by their US master, Ukrainian Nazis are planning to blow up tanks with toxic chemicals in Severodonetsk, adding:
“According to Kiev’s plan, the explosion of tanks with more than 100 tons of nitrate and nitric acid should delay the advance of the Russian Armed Forces and the Donbass republics.”
“And they plan to blame Russia for the technogenic disaster with human casualties, as always.”
“The Kiev regime (repeatedly) fabricates” incidents responsible for numerous civilian deaths — while falsely blaming Russia for what it had nothing to do with.
Citing Kiev propaganda fake news, the Times accused Russia of intending “to break Ukraine apart and pillage its (grain and other) natural resources (sic).”
No Russian train traveled from “Melitopol to Crimea carrying (stolen Ukrainian) grain (sic).”
No Russian “blockade” of Ukraine’s offshore waters occurred to block its exports.
No Russian bombardment is killing Ukrainian civilians.
And this Times rubbish:
Ignoring made-in-the-USA war by Kiev on Donbass and empire of lies proxy war on Russia, the Times dubiously claimed that the Biden regime is unclear about Ukraine’s strategy (sic).”
Its troops are largely retreating as Russian forces steadily advance.
They’re outwitting and outmaneuvering Ukrainian troops as directed by their Pentagon and CIA handlers.
When kernels of truth show up buried well into Times propaganda reports, reality like the following is admitted, saying:
“Russian forces (continue to) bear down with intensifying ferocity in…Donbass”— while Ukrainian troops pull back from harm’s way.
Then there’s this fake news from notorious Times prostitute of the press, Thomas Friedman, saying:
“(A) consistent majority (of Americans) favor giving generous economic and military aid to Ukraine (sic) in its fight against Vladimir Putin’s effort to wipe it off the map (sic).”
Polls show another reality entirely.
Americans are mostly concerned about soaring inflation, economic weakness, and how hard-pressed they are to make ends meet.
Instead of sending billions of dollars to a nation thousands of miles away, they care less about Ukraine and more about focusing on long neglected homeland needs.
And this Friedman rubbish:
“(A) majority of Americans will (likely) hang in there until Ukraine can recover its sovereignty militarily or strike a decent peace deal with Putin (sic)” — what it’s not seeking on orders from its US master, despite its greatly degraded military close to collapse.
And this Friedman perversion of reality:
“(N)o one can tell you how” Russia’s SMO will end (sic).
Vladimir Putin, Sergey Shoigu, Sergey Lavrov and other Russian officials explained Russia’s endgame.
Its SMO will end when its publicly stated objectives are achieved — notably the demilitarization and deNazification of Ukraine, along with liberating Donbass entirely from its scourge.
Separately, WaPo editors called for “confront(ing) Putin’s (nonexistent) war on grain (sic).”
Ignoring made-in-the-USA global food security crisis conditions, WaPo — like other MSM — falsely blamed Russia for what it had nothing to do with.
Ukraine is a minor grain exporter, not a major one as WaPo falsely claimed.
No Russian “blockade” of its offshore waters exists, no “destr(uction of its) grain.”
No “aggression” about a liberating SMO to free central Europe from the scourge of Nazi tyranny.
No Russian responsibility for a “looming (made-in-the-USA food security) disaster.”
And this WSJ rubbish:
Falsely calling model democrat Vladimir Putin a “tyrann(ical) fascist (sic)” ignored that this characterization applies to the US-installed regime in Kiev — and increasingly to US/Western ones.
What followed reinvented reality on the ground in Ukraine.
There’s no ambiguity about Russia’s overwhelming military superiority over Ukraine’s largely involuntary conscript force.
Nor is the competence of Russia’s Defense Ministry in doubt.
Pretending otherwise, the Journal ignored reality.
Military “rot” applies to top Pentagon brass.
The same goes for “bestiality” in all US wars on invented enemies — what’s worlds apart from Russia’s SMO.
What the Journal called “defense of freedom” applies to how Russia operates — in stark contrast to how the empire of lies goes all-out to destroy it at home and worldwide.
A Final Comment
On Wednesday, head of Russia’s National Defense Management Center, General Mikhail Mizintsev, said the following:
“The plan of Kiev’s scriptwriters is that Ukrainian forces will conduct artillery strikes on Russian border areas from settlements in the Sumy region,” adding:
The scheme is all about pushing Russia to respond militarily.
Whether or not forthcoming, Ukrainian Nazis will likely spread chemical and/or other toxins in designated areas — to falsely accuse Russia of what its forces won’t have anything to do with.
As pre-planned, imperial tool Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) “experts…will record” the likely made-in-the-USA/Kiev implemented false flag.
Russia will then be wrongfully accused of the incident in similar fashion to falsely blaming its forces for earlier Bucha and Kramatorsk ones.
False flags have been traditional US practice since used to annex half of Mexico the mid-19th century.