More Times Trash

The self-styled newspaper of record NYT is a national disgrace.

Daily fake news editions prove what’s indisputable.

On Friday, Kiev Nazis struck a Yelenovka, Donetsk detention facility, killing 53 Azov Nazi thugs, wounding many others.

The incident was a futile attempt to silence them, along with trying to intimidate Ukrainian troops from surrendering.

There’s no ambiguity about Kiev’s responsibility for the terror attack.

Fragments of US-supplied HIMARS shells were found at the scene of the crime.

A criminal case begun by Russia’s Investigative Committee will report on evidence discovered once its probe is completed. 

According to NYT fake news, there’s “no clarity on exactly what happened (sic).”

And this Times trash:

Azov Nazi thugs held at the facility “are war heroes (sic).”

And this Times perversion of reality:

“Why either side would want any of them dead is a mystery (sic).”

And the following puppet Zelensky Big Lie about happened in his Friday propaganda remarks:

The strike by Ukrainian Nazis on the Yelenovka, Donetsk detention facility “was a deliberate Russian war crime (sic), a deliberate mass murder of Ukrainian prisoners of war (sic)” — by the Kiev regime, likely in cahoots with its US master.

And this Times fake news, calling accusations of Kiev’s responsibility for mass-murder “absurd,” citing the Nazi-infested regime.

Turning truth on its head, its statement defied reality as follows, saying:

“Russian occupiers (sic) are pursuing their criminal goals (sic), (justifiably) accusing Ukraine of committing war crimes, while hiding the torture and shooting of prisoners (sic)” — how regime Nazis operate, not Russia.

Instead of responsibly debunking Kiev’s bald-faced Big Lies, the Times published them, disgracefully saying:

“Ukrainian officials (accused) Russia (of) caus(ing) the carnage to cover up atrocities they had committed at the prison (sic).”

What doesn’t pass the smell test, Times fake news failed to explain.

And this Times trash:

“Russia regularly blame(s) its (nonexistent) attacks on civilian targets on Ukraine” — to set the record straight.

And this rubbish from an unnamed Pentagon official, falsely saying:

“We have seen no evidence (sic) to back” Russia’s straight talk truth-telling about what happened.

And this Times perversion of reality:

“Russian officials provided no conclusive evidence to back up their claims that Ukraine struck the prison (sic).”

Make no mistake.

When Russia’s Investigative Committee concludes its probe into the incident and presents indisputable evidence of Ukrainian culpability, the Times and other MSM will either debunk what’s beyond dispute or report nothing.

Once again, the Times disgraced itself by featuring fake news over truth and full disclosure, including the following bald-faced Big Lie:

Russian prison guards “provided just enough food for prisoners to survive and meted out regular beatings (sic).”

In sharp contrast to wretched mistreatment of Ukrainian troops by Kiev and criminal abuse of Russian POWs, Moscow treats its POWs humanely, including medical care as needed.

Wounded Azov Nazis are hospitalized, surgery performed on ones needing it.

Suppressing reality, the Times featured fake news instead — its stock and trade on virtually all major domestic and geopolitical issues.

Separately, the Times reported the following rubbish about interventionist Blinken’s absurd prisoner swap proposal.

The self-styled newspaper of  record lied calling political prisoner, Viktor Bout, a “merchant of death…purveyor of arms to terrorists (sic).”

Phony charges against him were invented because of his Russian nationality.

Nor did the Times explain that Brittney Griner was caught red-handed with an illegal narcotic in her luggage on arrival at Russia’s Sheremetyevo Airport.

Or that CIA spy, Paul Whelan, was caught in the act of espionage.

Ignoring the long disturbing history of US injustice, its global gulag filled with thousands of political prisoners, the Times falsely accused Russia of arresting Americans “for propaganda purposes (sic) or as hostages to exchange for imprisoned Russians (sic).”

As usual, no evidence was cited because there’s none to back the phony claim.

Separately, Times fake news touted a nonexistent Ukrainian “counteroffensive in the south (sic).”

If attempted anywhere against areas liberated from Nazi occupation, it’ll be smashed by Russia like always before.

Indifferent toward the rights and well-being of its people, Kiev throws expendable conscripts at Russia to be decimated by its overpowering military superiority.

No large-scale Ukrainian counteroffensive looms, no Russian forces cut off and surrounded, no “grievous losses” in its ranks, no weakening of Russia’s military, as Times fake news claimed.

What it falsely called a “promising (Ukrainian) front” in liberated Kherson is pure fantasy.

No areas liberated by Russian forces are cut off and isolated, as Time fake news claimed.

And this Times perversion of reality, citing an unnamed puppet Zelensky regime “official,” falsely claiming:

“Ukraine ha(s) a chance to push the Russians from Kherson with adequate weapons and equipment (sic).” 

As much of a chance as a snowball in hell’s fire.


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