Friday, 13 May 2022 — CovertAction Magazine
Unproven massacre by Russian troops in Bucha was used to compel passage of Ukrainian Democracy Defense Lend-Lease Act of 2022 and escalate U.S. military intervention
From the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine to the infamous Gulf of Tonkin incident to the chemical weapons attacks in Syria that were falsely blamed on Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, the American public has routinely been fed disinformation in an effort to get them to support wars of aggression on the principle that they are being fought in self-defense.
Friday, 15 April 2022 — Caitlin Johnson
YouTube has been deleting videos disputing the US government narrative about Russian war crimes in Bucha, Ukraine, validating concerns we’ve discussed previously that Silicon Valley platforms would begin censoring anyone who challenges the authorized version of events in this war.
Thursday, 14 April 2022
A millionaire Nazi disposed of corpses from the SBU at the behest of British intelligence
The provocation itself was devised by British intelligence – MI6. The British advisers gave the command to the management of the SBU counterintelligence department, and from there it was redirected to Serhiy Korotkikh – “Botsman” – a neo-Nazi, murderer and dollar millionaire. This information was provided by former MP of four convocations of the Verkhovna Rada Oleh Tsaryov.
He recalled that he managed to “predict” the provocation itself. Back on 3 April, Tsarev published a post about Bucha with the title: “SBU prepares cynical provocation with corpses to accuse Russia of war crimes”. The SBU had two objectives: disposing of the bodies of previously murdered undesirables and setting up an international tribunal in the West to investigate “Russian military atrocities”.
💬 To prove that this was a monstrous provocation (https://www.kp.ru/daily/27379/4572926/?from=tg), we need to identify all those found in the mass grave in Bucha,” Tsarev believes.
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Tuesday, 12 April, 2022 — Strategic Culture Foundation
Dereliction of duty would be the most benign explanation for Khan’s and ICC’s negligent conduct.
The Bucha false flag scenario is inexorably falling apart just days after it was noisily launched. Not tarrying far behind the “international community” political clowns, whose boiler plate “assessments” of what supposedly happened hit the airwaves within an hour of the alleged occurrence, the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the Hague also made it known that it was interested in the case. And that is where the above referenced Karim Khan comes into the picture.
Wednesday, 13 April 2022 — Moon of Alabama
Russian soldiers left the town Bucha in Ukraine on March 30. Two days later the Ukrainian Gestapo like SBU and men of the fascist Azov battalion moved in to find and remove ‘traitors’. On April 2/3 video was published that showed freshly killed men laying on the streets of Bucha. Several of them had white arm bands signaling to Russian forces to see them as friendlies.
Friday, 8 April 2022 — In Gaza
Photos from site of Ukraine’s March 14 missile attack on Donetsk. Photo: Eva Bartlett, March 24, 2022.
-by Eva K Bartlett, April 5, 2022
*Following is a lengthy overview of my recent re-visit to the Donbass, on a two day media delegation, with a brief critique of some of the media’s slanted reporting. It is also a follow up from my 2019 visit to hard hit areas of the Donetsk People’s Republic, after 8 years of Ukraine’s war on the people of the Donetsk & Lugansk Republics.
Tuesday, 5 April 2022 — Orinoco Tribune
The city of Bucha, in Ukraine, has recently come to the attention of the US and EU corporate media, for the purpose of criminalizing Russia for the supposed assassination of 300 civilians. However, the lack of evidence for these claims brings into doubt any allegations that the Russian military was involved.
Thursday, 7 April 2022 — The New Dark Age
Italian journalist Giorgio Bianchi said in an interview with the Italian media that the Western media’s version of Russia’s guilt in the war crimes in Bucha is insane.
“The Russians are trying to move forward carefully, protecting civilian lives. I saw in Volnovakha and in Mariupol what a different attitude between civilians and Russian military.
Tuesday, 5 April 2022 — Moon of Alabama
This was the most important one of yesterday’s news items.
5 April, 2022 — The New Atlas
The “Bucha Massacre” is being squarely blamed on Russia before any investigation can take place.
Despite no likelihood of a real investigation taking place, there remains the question of why Russia would occupy and live side-by-side Ukrainians in Bucha but kill them during their otherwise orderly withdrawal?
Monday, 4 April 2022 — Indian Punchline
Ukrainian troops prepare to fight Russian forces in Donbass
An indignant Moscow has angrily demanded a United Nations Security Council meeting on Monday over the allegations of atrocities by Russian troops in areas around Kiev through the past month. Prima facie, this allegation is fake news but it can mould misperceptions by the time it gets exposed as disinformation. [Update: The UK vetoed the Russian request. B]