The media does, far less often then it should, report some facts.
The majority of spin about the situation in Ukraine has not matched the reality. One only need to look at a map of territory now controlled by DNR and Russian Forces to understand reality.TIME: Ukraine Is in Worse Shape than You Think
Paul wants to add text to the bill to create an inspector general for oversight of the billions being sent to UkraineRand Paul Blocks Senate Vote on $40 Billion Ukraine Aid
After a lot of talk about defeating Russia in the Ukraine and an alleged lack of Russian fighting abilities Congress passed another $40 billion fund for weapons and economic support. That brings the total to some $53 billion for Ukraine.
Most of the money will go to the U.S. weapon industry, the CIA and to various Ukrainian oligarchs. Hardly anything will be received by those in need.
With that packet now passed reality is allowed to sneak into U.S. media reporting on the issue.Ukraine – Congress Passes The Bucks, Realism Sneaks In, Poland Plans For More War
by Ret. Col. Douglas Macgregor | MAY 10, 2022
The war against Russia in Ukraine has evolved, but not in the way Western observers predicted.The Threat Of Polish Involvement In Ukraine
The U.S. Government, with virtual unanimity, view the war in Ukraine to be not so much Ukraine’s war with Russia, but actually as America’s war with Russia, and therefore as being the first direct battleground of World War III, which America will win at all costs.U.S. & EU Set to Spend Hundreds of Billions of Dollars on Ukraine
The unprecedented U.S.-led Western sanctions against Russia have been likened to economic weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) that would ultimately destroy the Russian economy. In reality, the sanctions are like a double-edged sword — they inflict pain on Russia but also impose costs on their imposers.Why sanctions against Russia may not work
No wonder they’re creating a Disinformation Governance Board. As their critics grow, so will the state’s need to silence them in order to keep the compliant masses in their place — forever oblivious to the crimes of their leaders.
And $8.5 [billion] for Zelensky’s government to ‘aid democracy’ and fund activists, journalists and an ‘independent media’ – funded by Biden.
by Eva K Bartlett
A report is circulating, alleging Russian war crimes in Ukraine. I’ll start by saying I’ve only skimmed the report as I’m in the DPR at the moment and don’t want to waste time reading what I already know to be lies based on dubious sources, much as the UN did in Syria [see: Guilty until proven innocent (again): UN report on alleged Russian ‘war crimes’ in Syria is based on]On the OSCE’s claims of Russian war crimes
“With these funds, USAID will help address the horrific impact of the ongoing war on civilians, the private sector, government institutions, and civil society. This funding will also enable USAID to continue helping the Ukrainian government combat corruption; build defenses against cyberattacks, disinformation [propaganda], and other tools of Kremlin aggression; sustain democratic reforms; strengthen the healthcare system, and foster economic growth that benefits Ukrainians.”