The MSM Managed News Misinformation and Disinformation Racket
by Stephen Lendman
US/Western television and mainstream print media across the board are guilty of fake news racketeering by banning truth and full disclosure on major issues.
The self-styled newspaper of record NYT has been racketeering this way since the mid-19th century.
It sank to lower than ever depths of depravity by fake news reporting on kill shots and all else related to flu/covid, as well as on all things Russia and Ukraine.
Its racketeering is an every day thing — never letting a day pass without mind-manipulating readers with state-approved propaganda rubbish, filling their minds with mush to know nothing about reality on major issues.
Its latest fake news edition follows the familiar pattern — Russia assaulted by a litany of bald-faced Big Lies once again.
It’s longstanding Times practice, especially against invented US enemies.
Once again on Saturday, the Times falsely blamed Russia for more shelling of the Zaporozhye NPP by Ukrainian Nazis.
And this Times bald-faced Big Lie: falsely blaming Russia for newly discovered bodies in Krasny Liman and the Kharkov Region.
Indisputable evidence revealed atrocities and mass murder by regime Nazis.
No evidence whatever exists to suggest Russian crimes of war and against humanity.
Reporting on sabotage to the Crimean Bridge on Saturday, the Times failed to lay blame where it belongs, instead saying the following:
“(T)here were no immediate claims of responsibility” — what clearly was a US/NATO-Kiev regime act of war on Russia.
Hegemon USA is notably involved in orchestrating and directing Kiev regime aggression.
Their dirty hands were highly likely behind what happened to the Crimean Bridge, and make no mistake.
The regime does nothing not approved by its US master.
What the empire of lies and forever wars orders, Kiev vassals implement.
Here’s how WaPo fake news reported on sabotage to the Crimean Bridge:
A blast causing significant damage to the bridge “appeared to be a stunning blow…to a symbol of President Vladimir Putin’s ambitions to control Ukraine (sic).”
And this WaPo trash:
“(B)ehavior of the Russian army in Ukraine demonstrates that Russia has a centuries-old continuity: a culture of cruelty (sic).”
And this AP (fake) News trash:
“Russia sowed pain (and) fear (at) 10 torture sites in Izyum (sic).”
Bodies uncovered “bore visible marks of torture — bound hands, close gunshot wounds, knife wounds and broken limbs (sic).”
If any of the above is true, Ukrainian Nazis are guilty as should be charged,
AP quoted pseudo-analyst Stanislav Belkovsky’s defiance of defying reality by calling Vladimir Putin “worse than Stalin (sic).”
And this WSJ trash:
“Russia is threatening civilians far from the front lines with flooding and freezing nights with no heat as winter approaches (sic).”
“Russia has been hitting Ukrainian infrastructure throughout (its SMO), with more than 4,000 attacks since Feb. 24 (sic).”
According to neocon Atlantic Council official, John Herbst’s perversion of reality:
“Moscow is clearly unable, in the foreseeable future, to defeat the Ukrainian military (sic).”
“That’s given them additional reason to make life difficult for Ukrainians by going after critical infrastructure (sic).”
Separately, Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, slammed Nazi-infested Ukraine as follows, saying:
“The reaction of the Kiev regime to the destruction of civilian infrastructure testifies to its terrorist nature.”
Russian lower house State Duma Deputy Speaker, Oleg Morozov, reacted as follows to the Crimean Bridge sabotage, saying:
“(T)he long-announced terrorist attack on the Crimean bridge is no longer just a challenge.”
“It is a declaration of war without rules.”
“If we keep silent in response and do not give an adequate response, such terrorist attacks will multiply.”
Russian senators expressed no doubt that a significant response will be made to what happened, maybe an asymmetric one.
And this from Speaker of Crimea’s Parliament, Vladimir Konstantinov, saying:
“Ukrainian hoooligans managed to reach the Crimean Bridge with their bloody hands.”
“They now have something to be proud of.”
“For 23 years of their management, they failed to build anything worthy of attention in Crimea, but they managed to damage the canvas of the Russian bridge.”
Later on Saturday, Russia’s Investigative Committee issued the following statement:
“According to preliminary information, the incident killed three people, presumably the passengers of a car that was driving by the truck that exploded on the bridge.”
“The bodies of a woman and a man were recovered from the water, their identities are being established.”
“The Investigative Committee’s investigators identified the owner of the truck that exploded as a resident of the Krasnodar Region.”
“Investigative activities are being carried out at his place of residence.”
What happened on Saturday to the Crimean Bridge clearly won’t go unanswered very long by Russia.