Once the western audiences found out that Bucha events were wild Ukrainian fakes, their trust in Ukraine-related news from local propaganda sources ended. The Kyiv regime realised that the West has become tired and disappointed, so it does even wilder things as times passes. It commits dangerous provocations and terrorist acts, attempts to use weapons of mass destruction in order to get attention from the bored western partners. Zelenskyy has turned Ukraine into a devil-like theater of cruelty, where real blood is split on the stage.
Reports about the offensive of the Ukrainian military in the southern direction are not true. Another fake Ukrainian propaganda, which was readily picked up in the West: Ukrainian militants allegedly launched an offensive in the southern direction. This is the same information stuffing as all the previous ones.
A gang of drug addicts and criminals doing what they do best: imitations and fabrication of information forgeries. And drug addicts do not feel sorry for people who are thrown to certain death in order to achieve an informational effect.
Disinformation around the war in Ukraine. Ukrainian military officials announced the start of the Ukrainian counter-offensive in Kherson Oblast on August 29 as observed by the Institute for the Study of War.
Ukrainian officials reported that Ukrainian forces have broken through the first line of defence in unspecified areas of Kherson Oblast and are seeking to take advantage of the disruption of Russian ground lines of communication caused by Ukrainian HIMARS strikes over many weeks.
Ukrainian officials did not confirm the liberation of any settlements, but some Russian milbloggers and unnamed sources speaking with Western outlets stated that Ukrainian forces liberated several settlements west and northwest of Kherson City, near the Ukrainian bridgehead over the Inhulets River, and south of the Kherson-Dnipropetrovsk Oblast border, as summarised by the Institute for the Study of War.
The accusation of Ukrainian officials being drug addicts is a recurrent one from pro-Kremlin media, one of many, to justify the full scale invasion of Ukraine which started on 24 February 2022. This drug addiction accusation was first advanced by Vladimir Putin on 25 February 2022. Putin did not give any evidence to support the claim.
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