Ukraine is making huge gains against Russia. Follow the story outside the mainstream media [VIDEOS]

Putin prepares to ride into Ukraine: okay, he isn’t really doing that. But after a series of defeats for Russia, we should all fear the response from a man who isn’t afraid to take his shirt off while riding a horse.

Has this even been covered on the national news?

This Writer has been watching the number of clips on YouTube following developments proliferating, but I can’t say I’ve noticed much about it on the media here in the UK. There’s a link to a piece about it on the BBC News front page.

Rather than pass comment myself – I don’t know that much about it at the moment – I’ll put up the video clips I’ve seen and allow you to make up your own mind.

Here we go. This is from September 10:

The trend continued on September 11:

And on September 12:

September 13:

This came from left-field:

Dore did focus on the main point of what’s happening:

Apparently the verdict is that it is not a turning-point in the Ukraine war.

Russia is not on the run and is now attacking the Ukrainian civilian energy structure. Interesting, considering Europe was apparently relying on Ukraine for power (from its surplus) over the winter?

Meanwhile, in Russia…

And so to today (September 14).

Here’s evidence that Russia is buying weaponry from North Korea. Can we blame that country, considering the amount of ordnance that Europe has been pumping into Ukraine?

The leader of the Russian Communist Party has called Putin’s “special military operation” in Ukraine a “full-fledged war”.  He’s calling for escalation of the conflict:

Vladimir Putin’s press secretary, Dimitri Peskov, has said that the Russian people are aware that the conflict in Ukraine has turned against Russia and are not happy about it.

I’ll keep an eye on this.

There certainly seems to be more to it than your lovable national media are saying.

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5 thoughts on “Ukraine is making huge gains against Russia. Follow the story outside the mainstream media [VIDEOS]

  1. Elijah Traven

    I haven’t watched the videos in this post but from the full text it’s a fair summary. Russia though is not on any run and business is being resumed on a mightier scale. They have extraordinary reserves even without a general call up which has been described by President Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov as out of the question at the moment. Support in the population is as high as it ever was at around 80% approval rating for Putin. Elections in a full range of regional assemblies in the past week has seen support sky rocket for the United Russia Party, the party of government and reflects what would occur in most countries when war is being fought. Dmitry Medvedev often jokingly refers to the coming Armageddon. They have a set limit to how far this Nato led war against them can go before it enters into an actual world war. They remain confident and have many up coming tricks to use against the enemy. Meanwhile a massacre of innocents is going on in overrun territory in Kharkov region. It’s on a Third Reich scale with all those believed to have cooperated with the Russian authorities being rounded up, many shot dead in the street. Special police units have been sent in and their speciality is torture. Horrendous stories are coming out to relatives and on social media. Russia didn’t have enough time to evacuate all of the civilians who wanted to leave though took out large numbers. I have also seen through Telegram contacts that the Russian authorities may have left behind a trove of information regarding the civilian workforce, personal records etc. It was the speed of the advance and the necessary speed of the regrouping to save the bulk of the army from encirclement that has led to some sorry mistakes. Time was extremely limited. There has been a lot of criticism about this from the Russia side who feel so many people have been abandoned to their gruesome fate. Russia must and will win against this US directed EU backed Satanic entity. Ukraine may and should be dissolved into the RF.

  2. mohandeer

    Russia lost a few hundred men in Kharkov and it was a stupid mistake after the success of Kherson(where 2,000 Ukrainians were either killed or severely wounded) but much of the hype is just more propaganda. The Ukrainians are losing thousands of men compared to Russia’s hundreds(approx. 300) not including equipment. The new Fuhrer in Germany(Scholz) and the German Foreign Minister(Annalena Baerbock) as well as Von Der Leyen are against seeking any diplomatic solution and so the death toll will rise. Human beings being thrust into a war they never asked for and still we in the west use this tragedy as propaganda and disinformation. Now we see Hitler’s addresses to the masses in Germany in 1933-38 being repeated by a recidivist Germany in the form of false and empty promises that the EU will “be there” for Ukraine, except they are not the ones doing the dying and will not be the ones freezing this winter of even starving.
    Russia needs to “get it done” sooner rather than later as cock ups like Kharkov are costly in terms of lives.
    Diana Johnstone and Scot Ritter along with Jacques Baude all give a note of gravitas regarding the situation without the hysteria and false reporting of the pro western alt. sites.
    Your’e right not to make comment, what will be etc….let someone else make an idiot of themself and wait until you learn the truth of events.
    Hope the Riley case is soon resolved in your favour.

  3. Stu

    From the beginning it has been a carefully choreographed media event.
    With perfectly framed and staged photo releases (Dismal background with a splash of Blue and Yellow somewhere).
    Given the Crimea attacks, Ukraine the aggressor is still framed as the victim, I find the whole thing very contradictory and confusing but definitely choreographed.

    But NEVER use the word Propaganda !

  4. Stephen Brophy

    it seems nato and American soldiers are over there fighting as soldiers of fortune that are being paid by Ukraine that inturn are receiving funds from America! this proxy war is getting weirder and more corrupt every day!

  5. James

    The truth seems to depend on whose propaganda you choose to absorb. Me, I’m VERY dubious about Western media, including their ‘on-the-spot’ (?) correspondents – and a lot of the Western ‘independents’ too. I tend to go, albeit with a healthy dose of scepticism, for the Russian line. There’s a good deal of serious INFORMED comment on the net which flatly puts down the propaganda messages (which do remind me curiously of the wall-to-wall COVID propaganda messages…) and I’ve posted some relevant links to my Fa(r)cebook profile, twatter and VK.

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