US/Western regimes abhor truth and full disclosure.
Where they go, so do their MSM co-conspirators.
Nothing they report on major issues can be taken at face value.
Mind-manipulating fake news is their stock and trade.
The self-styled newspaper of record, NYT, has been featuring state-approved fake news over the real thing since the mid-19th century.
By supporting Nazified Ukraine's war on what's now Russian territory since spring 2014, the Times and other MSM hit rock bottom.
In its latest fake news edition, the Times continued to pretend that battered and beaten Ukraine is advancing against overpowering Russian firepower.
The Times, other MSM and regimes they serve consistently ignore US-orchestrated and directed state terror by dominant Ukrainian Nazis, notably against residential communities and Russia's Zaporozhye NPP.
Commenting on the latter strikes, We Are Together with Russia chairman, Vladimir Rogov, said the following:
US-dominated NATO and the subservient IAEA board of governors operate "like card sharks."
"One minute, the IAEA board" says one thing.
Next comes a NATO statement — after which Ukrainian Nazis resume terror-shelling of the Zaporozhye NPP.
"There is no doubt that these are coordinated actions."
An unacceptable IAEA resolution called for Russia to relinquish control of the NPP — what's crucial to maintain to prevent Ukrainian Nazis from releasing and spreading deadly radiation across much of central Europe with falsely blaming Russia in mind for their war crime.
Commenting on the IAEA's action, Russia's Foreign Ministry stressed that the so-called nuclear watchdog failed to "mention (Nazi-infested) Ukraine as the real source of the threat."
Yet US-dominated Western regimes gave puppet Zelensky "carte blanche…to continue reckless attempts to cause irreparable damage to the Zaporozhye NPP."
And dominant Ukrainian Nazis continue daily terror-shelling of Russian residential areas.
Throughout Russia's liberating SMO, the Times and other MSM consistently reinvented reality on the ground.
Ukraine regained over half of territory liberated by Russia (sic), the Times falsely reported.
And this bald-faced Big Lie:
"(T)ens of thousands of Russian soldiers were killed (sic)."
And this perversion of reality:
"Ukraine is on the offensive along most of the 600-mile frontline (sic)."
"Russia is in a defensive crouch (sic)."
What the Times falsely called "Ukraine's success" is a US-controlled regime and its military near collapse.
Once Russia's winter offensive begins on frozen terrain, a coup de grace will follow.
At this time, dominant Biden regime hardliners want perpetual war on Russia to the last Ukrainian.
After supplying the Nazi-infested regime with over $100 billion worth of weapons, munitions and equipment since 2014, defeat would be a bitter pill to swallow.
Yet that's where things are heading.
That's Russia's aim, a very achievable one once its renewed offensive begins.
Yet according to Times fake news, "Russia's army is demoralized and degraded (sic)."
It "suffer(s) from poor execution (sic), subpar training (sic), deficient logistics (sic), corruption (sic) and drunkenness (sic)."
And this Times trash:
Russia keeps "send(ing) newly mobilized soldiers to Ukraine to make up for steep losses (sic)."
"(W)inter weather…will…take a toll on poorly equipped Russian soldiers (sic)."
Russian strikes on Ukraine's power grid knocked out half of Kiev's ability to supply electricity, heat and water to millions of households, enterprises and public buildings.
And Kiev largely exhausted its Soviet era spare parts, Russia the only source of what the regime needs — what it's unlikely to supply without unconditional regime surrender.
Its only option is power rationing.
Head of its Ukrenergo power grid operator, Vladimir Kudrytsky, said the regime has "practically no intact thermal and hydropower plants left," adding:
"The scale of destruction is colossal."
He expects blackouts to continue through winter.
A long, cold one looms — along with defeating the made-in-the-USA/Nazi-infested scourge.
A Final Comment
On Tuesday, Russia's Gazprom issued the following statement, saying:
The company "observed that Russian gas intended for delivery to Moldovan consumers as per the contract with Moldovagaz actually settles in Ukraine."
"The volume of gas supplied by Gazprom to the Sudzha gas metering station for transit to Moldova via the territory of Ukraine exceeds the physical volume transferred on the border of Ukraine and Moldova."
"Moldovagaz paid for a portion of November deliveries to Gazprom in accordance with the contract on November 21."
"The actual volume of supplied Russian gas taking into account the breached payment for current deliveries in November is 24.945 mln cubic meters of gas."
"The cumulative total volume remaining in the territory of Ukraine is 52.52 mln cubic meters."
"If the transit imbalance via Ukraine remains for Moldovan consumers, Gazprom will start reducing gas supplies to the Sudzha gas metering station on November 28."
Separately, if EU regimes impose a price cap on Russian natural gas — suggested to begin on Jan. 1 — Moscow will cease supplying them with what they need.