Once again expressing support for the scourge of Ukrainian Nazism in its latest fake news edition, the Times cheerled regime terror-strikes on Donbass and Kherson/Zaporozhye Region civilians while day-two voting on joining Russia is ongoing.
And ignoring democracy in action as it should be — in stark contrast to fantasy versions throughout the US/West — the Times once again defied reality by falsely calling what’s ongoing “sham referendums (sic).”
It also defied reality by citing nonexistent regime “counteroffensives…in the northeast and south of Ukraine.”
Russian forces smashed attempted ones in the Kherson Region, regime troops sustaining heavy losses of manpower, arms and equipment.
And this Times fake news, citing notorious Kiev liars:
While referendum voting continues, Ukraine falsely claimed “that over the past day, it (blew) up tanks and artillery pieces and downed an airplane and helicopter.”
Similar earlier claims were debunked as Big Lies.
The latest one is a whopper, the Times misreporting the following:
Regime troops “destroyed eight (Russian) tanks, 11 armored vehicles and six artillery systems (sic).”
Like many times before, the self-styled newspaper admitted that regime “claims (are) impossible to independently verify” — instead of saying no credible evidence proves them because none exists.
On Friday, his undemocratic Dem handlers hauled out the fake Biden to recite the following bald-faced Big Lie:
Democracy in action as it should be referendums are “a sham (sic), a false pretext (sic) to try to annex parts of Ukraine by force (sic) in flagrant violation of international law (sic).”
Hegemon USA “will never recognize Ukrainian territory as anything other than part of (Nazified) Ukraine.”
As explained in a previous article, Russia and residents free from the scourge of Nazified control frankly don’t give a damn what the empire of lies and forever wars says about referendum voting to join the Motherland — their UN Charter right.
And in his latest pre-scripted remarks for him to recite by his US master, puppet Zelensky pushed the following myth perhaps he alone believes because he’s too out of touch from reality and delusional to distinguish between facts and fiction, roaring:
The regime “has shown that not only the truth (sic), but also strength, initiative and confidence in victory (sic) are on our side (sic).”
And, of course, he further turned reality on its head by calling democracy in action referendum voting “sham(s).”
And he ignored the absence of democracy in Ukraine because it was officially banned.
And this Times trash:
Vladimir Putin “tightening his grip on the reins war (sic) as Russian losses mount (sic).”
“Moscow threatened to annex Ukrainian territory and defend it as Russian land (sic).”
More of the same, falsely blaming Russia for a made-in-the-USA/Kiev regime implemented false flag in Izyum to wrongfully blame Russia for what appears to be civilian killings its forces had nothing to do with.
More of the same:
“Russia’s military is in turmoil (sic), forcing (Vladimir Putin to mobilize) 300,000” reservists.
And this turning reality on its head by Times fake news:
“Moscow demonstrated it has too few troops (sic) to continue its offensive, suffers from shortages of high-tech precision weaponry (sic) and has been unable to gain dominance of Ukraine’s skies (sic)” — 3 bald-faced Big Lies in a single sentence.
And this perversion of reality:
Vladimir Putin’s (nonexistent) rejection of a (nonexistent) pullback from Kherson (caused) a (nonexistent) decrease in morale among Russian troops (sic).”
Falsely claiming they’re “cut off from supply lines, and (are) stranded against Ukrainian forces” ignored how they decimated attempted regime offensives.”
In a separate opinion propaganda piece, Times fake news again pretended that Russia in on the ropes (sic), Vladimir Putin “deeply wounded (sic),” adding the following trash:
“(H)is his rule is under existential threat (sic) (over) humiliat(ion) in Ukraine (sic)…his strength weakening (sic).”
It gets worse with this trash:
“His wounds are pretty obvious (sic).”
What passes for US intelligence, “Russian forces are running out of steam (sic) and being badly beaten (sic).”
“(S)omewhere between 80,000 and 110,000 Russian troops have been killed or wounded in the past seven months (sic).”
“Russia lost 50 percent of its prewar military tanks (sic).”
“It’s lost 20 percent to 30 percent of its infantry fighting vehicles and a tenth of its advanced fighter planes (sic).”
“The Russians have also burned through huge amounts of precision munitions (sic).”
“Morale is awful (sic).”
“Over the past weeks, most Russian forces have been on the defensive, or falling back (sic).”
Reality on the ground from day-one to the present time couldn’t be more worlds apart different from what Times fake news invented — a dismally failed attempt to turn reality on its head.
Separately on Friday, Russia’s lower house State Duma International Committee Chairman, Leonid Slutsky, stressed the following:
“Negotiations (with the regime will only occur) on “condition of Ukraine’s complete and unconditional surrender,” adding:
“(T)he criteria are obvious. They are deNazification, demilitarization and a non-nuclear status.”
These objectives will be achieved, including full liberation of Donbass and the Kherson/Zaporozhye Regions.
The longer Kiev delays the inevitable, the greater the toll will be on a generation of forcibly conscripted youths and others against their will up to around age-65.
The regime has lost so many of its troops that it’s resorting to desperate measures.
They’re on the cusp of perhaps forcibly throwing the lame, halt and blind at Russia as expendable cannon fodder to the slaughter because their best trained, most fanatical troops were largely wiped out and can’t be replaced.
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