‘Disinformation’ Label Serves to Marginalize Crucial Ukraine Facts

‘Disinformation’ Label Serves to Marginalize Crucial Ukraine Facts

In the wake of the far rightled and constitutionally dubious overthrow, Russia illegally annexed the Crimean Peninsula [*see below] and supported a secession movement in the eastern Donbass region, prompting a repressive response from Ukraine’s new US-backed government. Eight years later, the civil war has killed more than 14,000. Of those deaths, 3,400 were civilian casualties, which were disproportionately in separatist-controlled territories, UN data shows. Opinions on remaining in Ukraine vary within the Donbass.

*Related:

Stop Saying, “Putin Invaded Ukraine and Annexed Crimea”

The Obama Regime’s Plan to Seize the Russian Naval Base in Crimea

Crimea applies to be part of Russian Federation after vote to leave Ukraine [The Guardian]

Crimeans Keep Saying No to Ukraine [Quotes Forbes]

Euromaidan 2014 – Orange Revolution – Donbass

The Subtleties of Anti-Russia Leftist Rhetoric

While the so-called liberal and conservative corporate mainstream media – all stenographers for the intelligence agencies – pour forth the most blatant propaganda about Russia and Ukraine that is so conspicuous that it is comedic if it weren’t so dangerous, the self-depicted cognoscenti also ingest subtler messages, often from the alternative media.

The Subtleties of Anti-Russia Leftist Rhetoric

NY Times Shifts Pro-War Narrative, Documents Failure Of US In Ukraine

by John V. Walsh, MD. May 12 2022

Suggests the US End Its the Proxy War on Russia

NY Times Shifts Pro-War Narrative, Documents Failure Of US In Ukraine

Ukraine War’s Geographic Reality: Russia Has Seized Much of the East

Sources:

Governments Tighten Grip on Global Food Stocks, Sending Prices Higher

America and Its Allies Want to Bleed Russia. They Really Shouldn’t.

U.S. House Speaker In Kyiv As United Nations Continues Efforts To Help Civilians In Mariupol

Smart War Disinformation and the U.S. Military State

Smart War Disinformation and the U.S. Military State

Should the elimination of citizens’ right to free speech by the government proceed, backed up by the threat of punishment, then no dissenter anywhere will be able to challenge official narratives without risking the fate suffered by U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki. A formerly moderate Muslim cleric who spoke out publicly against the crimes of September 11, 2001, al-Awlaki was executed in 2011 without indictment or trial, having been put on the drone killers’ hit list when he began speaking out against the U.S. government’s own war crimes.