Time and again, when Ukrainian Nazis or conscript troops shell Donbass residential areas, Russia is falsely blamed for what it had nothing to do with.
According to Donetsk’s ombudswoman Darya Morozova on Friday:
“In the period from July 1 to July 7, 109 military and officers of law-enforcement bodies were killed and 260 were wounded.”
“Twenty-six civilians including four children were killed in the DPR during the same period, and another 199 civilians were wounded.”
On Friday, Gorlovka, Donetsk administration head, Ivan Prikhodko, reported the following:
“The number of civilians wounded in Gorlovka has risen to 11, (including) two adolescents.”
“A kindergarten, a supermarket, at least ten houses as well as facilities of the former Stroidetal plant and five cars were damaged in shelling” by Ukrainian troops.
Other Donetsk cities, towns and villages are attacked in similar fashion.
Instead of reporting reality on the ground, NYT fake news featured the following, saying:
“Families were fixing broken roofs and windows Friday morning in…Bakhmut (Donetsk) after another night of Russian shelling (sic).”
“One man died and three were wounded when multiple rockets smashed into a street of small one-story houses on the eastern side of the city.”
Kiev did the shelling. The Times falsely blamed Russia.
The pattern repeats daily.
Truth and full disclosure are absent in MSM reports about Russia’s liberating SMO.
Biden regime and Nazified Kiev talking points are featured instead.
Buried in one Times report was the following kernel of truth, saying:
“(S)ome (sic) (Donetsk) residents accused the Ukrainian Army, not the Russians, of shelling” their neighborhood.
Censors at the Times likely erred by not deleting the above before published.
It’s not the first time they slipped up — though hardly ever do they diverge from Russia bashing, while supporting the scourge of Nazi-infested Ukraine.
And this Times perversion of reality:
According to Biden regime propaganda, “at least 18 sites (are used) by Russia to detain and forcibly deport Ukrainian civilians to Russia” — a bald-faced Big Lie, followed by this reinvention of reality, falsely saying:
“(P)eople who escaped from Russia (sic) (reported) interrogations, beatings…torture…and disappearances (sic).”
And this Times fake news, citing the US-installed Kiev regime, saying:
“About 1.6 million people have been forcibly relocated to Russia (sic) — including about 250,000 children (sic).”
And this WaPo reinvention of reality, saying:
“Russian forces are…rais(ing) hell in” Donetsk (sic).
“Five people were killed and eight more wounded in Russian shelling Friday (sic).”
“Russian missiles killed two people and wounded three others Saturday morning (sic).”
Russian forces are “deliberately targeted residential areas (sic).”
And this from WaPo:
In Kiev for a photo-op with puppet Zelensky, neocon Senators Graham and Blumenthal gave “him a framed copy of a draft resolution that would (falsely) designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism (sic).”
Graham introduced S. Res. 623 in June — calling on interventionist Blinken to falsely label Russia this way, based on a litany of bald-faced Big Lies included in the resolution.
Hegemon USA falsely designated Cuba, North Korea, Iran and Syria as state sponsors of terrorism earlier.
Unparalleled terrorism is how both wings of the US war party, the Pentagon and CIA operate worldwide — not Russia or the above falsely designated nations.
No vote on the above resolution was scheduled so far — what’s perhaps coming ahead.
Perhaps pushing things too far by the US-dominated West is in the cards.
Perhaps crossing the line to direct confrontation with Russia, risking catastrophic consequences.
That’s where things are heading by the empire of lies and forever wars on invented enemies — supported by its Western vassals.
A Final Comment
At the G20 ministerial gathering in Bali on Friday, Sergey Lavrov called defrocked BoJo a figure who “first and foremost…put on a show…(who) “clung to power to the last to further his own political career in every possible way.”
His aggressive Russia-bashing agenda “left (Britain) in the backyard of European politics.”
He tried to compensate by attempting to “forge a new alliance” with Poland, the Baltic states and Nazified Ukraine.
His end game was to establish a UK “bridgehead on the continent (to) further its (imperial agenda), that (would) likely not take EU interests into account” when conflict with his own.
And instead of isolating Russia on the world stage, he ended up being scorned, isolated and rejected by most Tory MPs and party members.
According to YouGov poll results published on June 29 on how well BoJo was doing as PM:
A 71% majority said “badly.”
Only 23% said “well.”
Two days before BoJo resigned, YouGov reported the following:
His “latest scandal…pushed the number of Britons demanding (his resignation) to a record high of 69%.”
“The previous high had been 63% on a couple of occasions in January, as the ‘partygate’ scandal continued to rumble.”
“Just 18% of Britons want (BoJo) to remain in (his) post.”