Nonexistent Russia Plan to Invade Ukraine
by Stephen Lendman
No Russian threat exists against any countries.
Fake news claims otherwise reflect longstanding US/Western Russia bashing.
Since undemocratic Dems usurped power last year by brazen election fraud, Russophobic fear-mongering mass-deception rose to an unprecedented level in modern memory.
Like other MSM across the board, Russophobic WaPo hyperventilated as follows, headlining:
"Russia planning massive military offensive against Ukraine involving 175,000 troops, US intelligence warns (sic)."
What followed reads like a low-budget, grade-B Hollywood box office flop, falsely saying:
(Fabricated) Biden regime "intelligence…found (that) Russia (is) planning massive military offensive against Ukraine involving 175,000 troops…"
No evidence was cited, just a so-called "document" that's fake or doesn't exist.
No real evidence exists about what's clearly not planned by Moscow.
Russian forces operate on their own territory, threatening no one.
They're no more likely to invade Ukraine than are Pentagon troops near the borders of Canada and Mexico planning to belligerently attack one or both countries.
Days earlier, Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) slammed State Department fake news about concentrated Russian forces along Ukraine's border, saying the following:
Biden regime officials are "enthusiastically intimidating the world community with Russia's alleged preparations for 'aggression' against Ukraine" that don't exist.
"According to…reports, the US Department of State is using diplomatic channels to disseminate among its allies and partners absolutely false information about the concentration of forces in Russia for the military invasion of Ukraine."
A fake news Biden regime scenario falsely suggested that "hordes of Russian tanks will be ruining Ukrainian cities, arguing they have some sort of reliable data about Russia's intentions."
"It is surprising how quickly the foreign policy department, which used to be quite a reputable institution, is turning into a mouthpiece of false propaganda."
Russia's SVR quoted Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels once saying that "(t)he bigger the lie, the more it will be believed" — notably when fortified by endless repetition.
The above "obviously" applies to Russophobic US/Western propaganda.
Moscow is "much more concerned that such aggressive propaganda (may) encourage the Kiev regime to ramp up its military force (against) Donbass to resume shelling attacks on civilian facilities."
"Of extreme concern is the provocative US/NATO policy, which is geared to strengthen Kiev's feeling of all-permissiveness and impunity."
The Biden regime and subservient partners are pouring heavy "weapons (into) Ukraine" for escalated aggression.
Providing press agent services for its hardliners, the Pentagon and CIA, WaPo fake news — based on state-approved talking points, not facts — falsely claimed what fooled no one paying attention, saying:
"Russian plans call for a military offensive against Ukraine as soon as early 2022 (sic) with a scale of forces twice what we saw this past spring during Russia's snap exercise near Ukraine's borders (sic)."
"(P)lans involve extensive movement of 100 battalion tactical groups with an estimated 175,000 personnel, along with armor, artillery and equipment (sic)."
More of the same rubbish followed — unsupported by facts.
When none of the above unfolds — except perhaps in self-defense if Biden regime extremists convince subservient Kiev vassals to attack Russian territory that's highly unlikely but possible — MSM will likely claim a triumph of some sort by involvement in preventing
"aggression" by Moscow against Ukraine never for a moment planned.
Days earlier, interventionist Blinken continued his relentless Russia-bashing as follows, saying:
"We don't know whether President Putin has made the decision to invade (sic)."
"We do know that he is putting in place the capacity to do so on short order should he so decide (sic)."
"We must prepare for all contingencies" — despite nothing to prepare for.
In response to hostile Biden regime actions, Sergey Lavrov expressed concern about a "nightmar(ish) scenario of" greater conflict in central Europe than already.
With the danger of escalated aggression by Kiev on Donbass, Interfax reported the following:
"(M)embers of the Russian State('s lower house) Duma's three largest factions and two committees said Moscow "will do as much" as possible to defend 700,000 of its nationals (in Donbass) that may increase to around one million by" yearend.
"Can you imagine the leader of any country who would leave a million of his citizens in the lurch?"
"You won't find such a leader" in Russia.
A scenario as explained above may unfold ahead if Biden regime hardliners use proxy Kiev forces for full-scale aggression on Donbass.
Their Russophobic rage risks setting central Europe ablaze to satisfy their blood lust for greater wars than already.
Reading lines scripted for him to recite, the White House imposter/know-nothing said "I don't accept anybody's red lines (sic)."
He referred to remarks by Vladimir Putin last month, saying the following:
"We're constantly voicing our concerns (about encroachment of NATO forces near Russia's borders), talking about red lines, but we understand (the US-dominated) West…"
"(H)ow shall I put it mildly. (They) have a very superficial attitude to all our warnings and talk of red lines" that include longterm guarantees of security.
Since usurpation of power last year by an electoral coup d'etat, Biden regime hardliners have been pushing things for greater confrontation on the world stage than they inherited.
If cross the line to conflict with Russia, China, and/or Iran, they'll get a bellyful more than they bargained for.