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MSM's Latest Edition of its Anti-Russia Inquisition

Written by Subject: MEDIA (MainStreamMedia - aka MSM)

MSM's Latest Edition of its Anti-Russia Inquisition

by Stephen Lendman

In its latest fake news edition, the self-styled newspaper of record NYT continued to prove that what it falsely calls news fit to print isn't fit to read.

Nor should any tree be sacrificed to provide newsprint for its daily propaganda editions.

Poet Joyce Kilmer (1886 — 1918) — best remembered for his poem, titled "Trees" — must be turning in his grave.

Memorably he said "that I shall never see

A poem lovely as a tree."

Then concluded his tribute as follows, saying:

"Poems are made by fools like me,

"But only God can make a tree."

Newsprint from trees for state-approved propaganda rubbish desecrates them.

It's longstanding Times practice in daily fake news editions, truth and full disclosure banned on key issues.

On Monday, it continued its intensified, Nazi-supporting, crowing drumbeat begun over the weekend on events in Kharkov with another blitzkrieg of state-approved, managed news misinformation and disinformation rubbish.

What it falsely called "a lightning advance…blitzkrieg (to disprove) that Ukraine could never defeat Russia (sic)" proved nothing beyond the publication of another fake news report as part of longstanding Russia bashing.

Nor were Russian officials "rattled" by events over the weekend or late last week.

The notion of Ukraine emerging victorious over Russia is no more likely than I, in my 9th decade — or much younger for that matter — becoming an Olympian.

What temporarily ceding parts of Kharkov to Ukraine — for reasons explained in a previous day's article — may accomplish is getting Western regimes to throw more billions of dollars worth of weapons et al at the regime.

They've done it so far despite Russia's ability to destroy most of what's supplied.

And they turned a blind eye to how deeply corrupted regime officials — including puppet Zelensky — profit hugely by selling Western-supplied weapons and munitions to buyers, including known terrorist groups, via dark-net transactions.

And this Times trash, falsely claiming that Russia suffered "heavy casualties (sic)."

No Russian "logistical problems or declining morale (sic)" exists as Times fake news claimed.

And this perversion of reality by Lithuania's Nazi-supporting, so-called foreign minister, Landsbergis, quoted by the Times as follows, roaring:

"It is now beyond doubt (sic) that (Nazified) Ukraine could have thrown Russia out months ago if… provided with necessary equipment from Day 1 (sic)."

Lithuania's imitation foreign minister perhaps also believes that the moon is made of green cheese — or that "birds fly over the rainbow (so) why can't" he?

Or this delusion of grandeur by Ukraine's foreign minister in name only, Kuleba, roaring:

"The more weapons we receive, the faster we will win (sic), and the faster (things) will end (sic)."

It won't likely be long before reality hits home in unmistaken fashion as Russian forces begin retaking territory relinquished over the past few days for strategic reasons.

And this Times fake news:

Vladimir Putin's "penchant for misleading his own people is catching up to him (sic)."

More trash:

"The reality of the Russian setback (sic) is poking holes (sic) in" Russia's military superiority.

No ambiguity exists about how Ukraine is riddled with deep-seated corruption despite fake news denial of reality by the Times. 

And claiming that Vladimir's popularity was "weaken(ed)" by events of recent days is belied by his over-80% public approval.

And this WaPo delusional rant:

Temporarily retaking around 2,500 square km of towns and villages of little or no strategic value — what Russia relinquished short-term for strategic reasons — is no reason for "jubilation" in Kiev or concern in Moscow.

Nor were Russian forces "routed (sic)" from Kharkov or anywhere else in Ukraine or Donbass.

The same goes defying reality by calling Russia's move a "strategically significant…setback (sic)."

And this WaPo abomination of reality by one of its most notorious Russophobic neocon extremists, Max Boot.

He's well-known for repeatedly turning reality on its head in support of hegemon USA's rape and destruction of one invented enemy after another — ones too weak to put up a good fight.

There was nothing "surpris(ing)" to Russia about the regime's Kherson and Kharkov offensives.

As a previous day's article explained, Russian intelligence knew what was planned days in advance and encouraged it by strategically withdrawing from parts of Kharkov to draw Ukrainian forces from fortified positions to open spaces where it's easier to strike them.

Boot recited a discredited laundry list of alleged reasons for the regime's "successful" advance (sic), what's more illusion than reality, he left unexplained.

And saying "the Russians were caught with their pants down (and) will be hard put to recover (because of) heavy losses" will soon enough be exposed as typical fake news by establishment 4th estate propagandists like Boot.

A Final Comment

According to Russia's Defense Ministry on Monday:

"(H)igh-precision strikes" destroyed a regime depot in the Nikolaev Region, eliminating 45,000 tons of munitions.

Regime troops in the Kharkov Region are also being attacked, killing hundreds on Monday, along with destroying military equipment.

And Russia's Defense Ministry reported the following:

"Strikes by operational-tactical and army aviation, missile forces and artillery are continuing against military targets on the territory of Ukraine." 

"Four command centers in Slavyansk, Artyomovsk and Konstantinovka of Donetsk and Olgovskoe in the Zaporozhye Region, as well as 36 artillery units, manpower and Ukrainian military equipment at 125 sites have been hit over the past day."

A radio-electronic warfare station and workshops involved in repairing and performing maintenance on MLRS were also destroyed.

More on reality-debunking US/Western/MSM regurgitated propaganda in follow-up articles.

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