If words were weapons, David Kiev would have slain Goliath Russia in the early days of its liberating SMO.
Reality on the ground is worlds apart from MSM fantasy reports on what’s gone on since Russia’s campaign began in late February.
In print, the self-styled newspaper of record NYT finds new way to disgrace itself by featuring state-approved fiction over indisputable reality.
In its latest fake news edition, the Times defied reality by falsely claiming that things are “turn(ing) in Ukraine’s favor (sic).”
And this Times perversion of reality:
Vladimir Putin is “scrambl(ing) for arms from his client states (sic).”
And this fake news:
“Russia expected its February blitzkrieg to end in a quick victory (sic), but (things) bogged down (sic) and Ukraine is now pressing an offensive in the south aimed at busting up Russian logistics (sic) and taking back territory (sic).”
Fact: Russia set no timeline when launching its liberating SMO.
Fact: No bog down occurred since it began, no “busting up of (its) logistics” or supply lines.
Fact: Territory temporarily retaken by regime troops is comprised of a number of villages and towns of no strategic value — at the cost of many thousands of regime casualties, what the Times failed to explain.
And this Times trash:
“Russia…spen(t) down its munition stores (sic).”
“It is having a hard time replenishing smart weapons (sic).”
Fact: The Biden regime and its Western vassals expected a sanctions blitzkrieg to crush Russia’s economy and turn the “ruble…to rubble” — what the fake JB hyperventilated about last spring.
Fact: Russia’s economy is largely self-sufficient.
Fact: Since escalated US/Western sanctions war on Russia began, the ruble has been one of the world’s best performing currencies.
Fact: European economies have been hardest hit by sanctions war on Russia — hegemon USA’s main target to give corporate America a competitive advance over UK and EU firms.
What Times fake news called “Kremlin Operation Tin Cup toward Iran and North Korea to relieve severe supply shortages (sic)” was debunked by indisputable facts proving otherwise.
The same goes for turning truth on its head by falsely calling the Islamic Republic and DPRK “two of the world’s worst rogues (sic).”
In stark contrast to US-dominated NATO regimes, Iranian and North Korean leadership never attacked another nation preemptively — what hegemon USA and Western vassals are infamous for.
And this Times fake news:
Claiming that Vladimir Putin “threatened (to) cut off (exports of) oil and refined products (to) Europe” ignored what he really said.
Russia may ban energy exports entirely to nations imposing an illegal price cap on its oil and related products.
Most world community nations refuse to go along with illegal sanctions and capping the price of its oil.
And this Times trash:
Vladimir Putin “may escalate (nonexistent Russian) brutality and extortions (sic)” — US/Western specialties, worlds apart from how the Russian Federation operates.
More Times trash:
Claiming “foreign support (is) making a difference” for Kiev’s military is defied by reality on the ground.
More of the same:
Regime “troops ha(ve) reason to be confident (sic) (for) breaking through Russian positions (sic) (and gaining) momentum (sic).”
There’s nothing encouraging about heavy regime losses of manpower, weapons, munitions and equipment.
Nor is there anything positive about many tens of thousands of grieving Ukrainian family member for lost or maimed loved ones since Russia’s liberating SMO began.
What will the Times and other MSM report in the next 48 hours or so once Russian forces take an increasingly heavy toll on regime troops by large-scale aerial and ground attacks — what’s most likely to unfold over the weekend into next week with devastating results.