Corporate Media Gobsmacked on Crimea

For his reality-based report, NBC journalist Simmons was placed on Ukraine’s Myrotvorets death list.

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NBC News fixture Andrea Mitchell, wife of former Federal Reserve boss Alan Greenspan, has gone against the grain of the Ukraine narrative. In the clip below, she says the people of Crimea are Russian.

So, here we have an admission by corporate media journalist Keir Simmons that it is not only “dangerous” but virtually impossible for Ukraine (that is, the USG) to force the return of Crimea (where a Russian ethnic population has lived for centuries). Russia will defend its naval base in Sevastopol.

For his reality-based report, Simmons was placed on Ukraine’s Myrotvorets death list.

The CIA is an old pro at compiling death lists. Maybe that’s why “Langley, VA, USA” is featured on the death list website (top right corner). I wrote about the CIA’s handiwork and its relation to the Myrotvorets death list in September. The list now includes a number of prominent westerners who dared tell the truth about Ukraine, its rabid ultranationalists, NATO’s encroachment, and the violent 2014 coup that overthrew an elected president and government.

The Myrotvorets now include westerners on their murder list, including the popular former member of the progressive rock band Pink Floyd, Roger Waters. In addition, the Nazis of the Ukraine want to kill Hungary’s Viktor Orban, and Nobel Prize winner Zoran Milanovic. “Ukrainian writer Oles Buzina and former Verkhovna Rada parliamentarian Oleg Kalashnikov” were assassinated after Myrotvorets published their home addresses, reports Debt-Stop.

Andrea Mitchell and NBC may sheepishly admit the retaking of Crimea will not happen, but such reports have not dissuaded Zelenskyy and the Ukrainians.

As I wrote earlier, a retired USG General has the invasion of Crimea all figured out, never mind the immense loss of civilian life that would occur if his plan were to be implemented.

If this happens, count on an escalation, as Crimea is now part of the Russian Federation. In fact, it is already happening, although not to the degree imagined by Ben Hodges.

Following a spate of drone attacks inside Russia, the UK Express reported:

Meanwhile, one of Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s top advisers, Mykhailo Podolyak, denied today that Ukraine had used drones to attack Russian territory following official statements from Russia that Ukraine had targeted infrastructure deep inside Russia.

This makes perfect sense. It is likely Ukraine does not have the ability to coordinate attacks deep inside Russia, but the USG, its Pentagon and CIA, have plenty of experience in sabotage. The National Security Archive has a long list of documents exposing the “covert action” of the USG and its CIA.



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