Suppressing indisputable truth-telling on vital issues — in favor of sticking exclusively to the fabricated official narrative — is longstanding policy by US/Western regimes and their MSM press agents.
In its latest fake news edition, the self-styled newspaper of record NYT featured its customary litany of bald-faced Big Lies.
Ones too glaring to ignore, the
Times relies on Ukrainian Nazis as sources, figures long ago exposed as serial liars.
“Russian forces killed 11 people in Donetsk in the last day, Ukrainian (Nazis) say,” according to Times fake news.
A further litany of bald-faced Big Lies followed, including the following trash:
“After Ukrainian forces swept through the northeast of the country in early September (sic), routing Russian forces in much of Kharkov (sic), they pushed south into parts of Donetsk and Lugansk (sic), forcing Russia to retreat in some places (sic).”
Each time regime forces tried to advance against Russian forces, including in the Kherson Region, they sustained heavy losses of manpower, arms and equipment — and achieved nothing strategic.
And this puppet Zelensky trash, quoted by the Times:
“We have information (sic) that Russian terrorists (sic) mined the dam and aggregates of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant (sic).”
“The water supply to a large part of the south of Ukraine may be destroyed.”
According to Russia’s Defense Ministry, Ukrainian Nazis have been attempting to blow up the Kakhovka plant and dam by daily rocket and shelling attacks — what’s been foiled by Russian air defense system.
No Russian “false flag” strike on the plant or dam is planned, only by Ukrainian Nazis, as ordered by their US master.
They’ve been no Ukrainian “advance(s) toward Kherson” city.
Russian forces smashed regime attempts.
Citing the neocon-infested Institute for the Study of War, no Russian plan exists to “breach the (Kakhovka) dam (to) cover (its nonexistent) retreat (to) prevent or delay Ukrainian advances across the Dnipro River (sic).”
And this Times trash:
Falsely claiming use of Iranian UAVs in Ukraine, the Times compounded its Big Lie by falsely claiming that Russia is relying on “Iranian personnel (and seeks) to obtain other advanced weapons from Tehran (sic).”
No evidence was cited for obvious reasons. None exists.
And this malarkey from the Biden regime’s John Kirby:
Russia sought Iranian help (sic) because of “operator and systems failures” with its UAVs (sic).
Tehran’s UN envoy, Saeid Iraveni, debunked the US, NATO, Zelensky regime’s bald-faced Big Lie, stressing:
“The Islamic Republic of Iran has taken a clear and consistent position on the situation in Ukraine which has been pronounced since the start of the conflict.”
“The Islamic Republic of Iran has always emphasized that all UN members must fully respect the principles enshrined in the UN Charter, as well as applicable international law.”
“Iran categorically reject(s) unfounded and unsubstantiated claims that (it) transferred UAVs for the use of the conflict in Ukraine.”
“It is disappointing that to pursue this political agenda, these states…launch(ed) a disinformation campaign against Iran.”
No evidence refutes Iraveni’s truth-telling remarks.
No evidence supports bald-faced Big Lies by US-dominated NATO regimes and Nazi-infested Ukraine.
Russia debunked them in similar fashion to Iran.
Yet the Times and other MSM repeat what they know are worlds apart from reality on the ground.
And this WSJ trash in a fake news op-ed by so-called history professor, Michael Khodarkovsky.
Propagandizing about all things Russia and Ukraine at Chicago-based Loyola University, students who wish to know historical truths over fiction — based on state-approved talking points — are advised to avoid his classes.
According to Khodarkovsky’s reinvented reality, “Putin’s (nonexistent aim) to resurrect the Soviet Union…may destroy Russia (sic),” adding:
He “achiev(ed) the opposite of his intentions (sic).”
“(M)illions of Russians left and settled in the West (sic).”
“Russia’s economy remains largely dependent on oil and gas (sic).”
Its GDP “per capita income (fell) nearly 60% since 2013 (sic).”
No “Russian empire” exists — or an attempt by Vladimir Putin to create one.
What Khodarkovsky falsely called Russia’s “new democratic government (sic) under Boris Yeltsin” in the 90s failed to explain the nation’s lost decade.
He ignored the Yeltsin regime’s adoption of US shock therapy, what produced economic genocide for the vast majority of Russians.
US/Western interests plundered the nation and impoverished its people.
Billions in stolen wealth were secreted in Western banks and offshore tax havens.
Most Russians despised Yeltsin. Putin turned things around dramatically.
Today he’s a preeminent world leader, towering over his inferior Western counterparts, especially in the US, the fake Biden most of all.
He’s reviled for turning things around in Russia, for serving its people, not Western interests like his 90s predecessor.
Khodarkovsky ignored all of the above in a failed attempt to vilify Putin — for not sacrificing Russian sovereign and rights of its people to the self-styled master of the universe USA.
“(C)urb(ing) freedom and open discussion” are US/Western specialities, not how Russia is governed under model democrat Putin.
And this Khodarkovsky rubbish:
Putin “invaded Ukraine in part to increase the Slavic population of Russia (sic).”
And this trash:
“Moscow’s rule, bears strong resemblance to 1930s Germany (sic).”
It’s worlds apart different from Nazism — an ideology Khodarkovsky likely supports by backing its scourge in Ukraine.
“Moscow has been kidnapping and transferring people—particularly children (sic) — from occupied (sic) Ukrainian territories to Russia (sic).”
And falsely accusing Putin of “genocide (against) non-Russian people” is another bald-faced Big Lie.
Khodarkovsky further defied reality by falsely claiming that Moscow “sen(t) poorly trained (sic) non-Russian men (sic) to Ukraine.”
And he turned reality on its head by claiming that Nazified Kiev is inflicting “military defeats” on Russian forces (sic) when things are indisputably the other way around.
Nor did Vladimir Putin “usher in the twilight of Russia’s (nonexistent) empire.”
Khodarkovsky’s reinvented history above doesn’t rise to the level of bad fiction.