All fake news, all the time, is official NYT policy on major domestic and geopolitical issues mattering most to most people.
Its latest fake news edition hyperventilated about truth and full disclosure by Russian media, what it falsely called “propaganda,” reaching English speaking,” Spanish, Arabic and other audiences — because it exposes Western-proliferated Big Lies and mass deception about its liberating SMO.
The Times and other MSM oppose whatever conflicts with the fabricated official narrative they proliferate.
So they’re concerned about whatever challenges their fake news reporting, the Times saying:
When Russia’s SMO began, dominant US/Western social media “moved to block or limit the reach of” Kremlin truth-telling in the West and elsewhere that it falsely labeled propaganda.
“The effort (was) limited by geography and language, creating a patchwork of restrictions rather than a blanket ban.”
So Russian truth-telling in multiple languages — including English through RT and Sputnik International — counter MSM fake news like the following Times trash, saying:
“Russian propaganda and disinformation (sic) continues to try to justify President Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked invasion (sic), demonizing Ukraine and obfuscating responsibility for Russian atrocities that have killed thousands of civilians (sic).”
All of the above and more of same are indisputable fake news — in support of the US drive for hegemony and Nazi-infested Ukraine.
What the Times calls “Russian propaganda” is journalism as it should be truth-telling — what was long ago banned throughout the US/West on major issues.
The Times quoted weeks earlier remarks by hardline US Senators Menendez, Kaine and Cassidy from a letter to Facebook’s Zuckerberg, defying reality as follows saying:
“In these extraordinary circumstances (sic), we must remain vigilant about the ability of known purveyors of Russian disinformation (sic) to propagate falsehoods (sic) about Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, whether in Spanish or any other language (sic).”
Notorious censoring machine FB’s Zuckerberg responded, saying that it blocked RT and Sputnik International accounts in accordance to requests by EU, UK and Kiev regimes.
Twitter and other major social media acted in similar fashion — to protect the fabricated official narrative by suppressing truth-telling facts about Russia’s SMO.
And this Times trash:
Nonplussed about real news on how Nazified Ukraine and its US master operate, it pretended that tyrannical Kiev fascist rule is Russian propaganda.
And it mocked indisputable evidence about US development of biological weapons in Ukraine.
And it repeated phony claims about (nonexistent) Russian “atrocities” in Bucha — instead of explaining earlier and now that what happened was a made-in-the-USA/Kiev implemented false flag to wrongfully blame Russian forces for what they had nothing to do with.
The Times is apoplectic about how millions of people worldwide are learning the truth about Russia’s liberating SMO.
By providing real news and information, Moscow is “win(ning) over audiences in parts of the world where” hegemon USA is justifiably perceived is a “villain,” a mortal enemy of ordinary people.
In cahoots with US dark forces, the Times supports all-out efforts to suppress truth and full disclosure so the fabricated official narrative goes unchallenged.
Separately, Russia’s Defense Ministry said the following about Tuesday explosions at the Saki military airfield in Crimea:
They were caused by detonations of munitions stored at the site, not by a Kiev regime attack.
One death and a number of injuries were reported. No aircraft were damaged.
An investigation is underway to determine the precise cause of what happened.
Here’s how Times fake news reported on the incident, citing Kiev fake news, saying:
“This was an air base from which planes regularly took off for attacks against our forces in the southern theater.”
“(A) device exclusively of Ukrainian manufacture was used” to strike the base by its special forces (sic).
Like other Russian military facilities, the Crimean airfield is well-protected by air defense systems.
If Ukraine Nazis attempted to attack the Crimean base, its munitions would have been intercepted and destroyed.