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Ukraine War Update – Secretary of State Blinken Is Lying

Ukraine War Update – Secretary of State Blinken Is Lying

The Biden Administration is lying to the American Public about Ukraine.

If you have been listening to mainstream media, you may have heard Secretary of State Blinken say something Moscow has “already failed” and will not achieve its goals. “In terms of Russia’s war aims, Russia has already failed and Ukraine has already succeeded,” Mr. Blinken said Monday. “We don’t know how the rest of this war will unfold, but we do know that a sovereign, independent Ukraine will be around a lot longer than Vladimir Putin is on the scene.”

Secretary of Defense Austin says he wants to see Russia’s military capabilities “weakened.”

What the hell are Austin and Blinken thinking? Do they believe that America has the unlimited resources to enforce that? Do they believe that a mere $8 billion in support to Ukraine is going to “weaken” Russia?

We explained Putin’s goals here. He announced his aims officially, so there is little doubt.  He wants to control the land bridge between Russia and Crimea, to secure logistics to his navy base in Sevastopol and to be able to run gas and oil pipelines through it securely.  

He currently controls that area. Now he just needs to lock it in by crushing the Ukrainian Army. And we already know that he will not stop, that he cannot stop. What mainstream is calling “devastating losses on Russian forces” has been merely the cost of doing business.

If you want to add our own conspiracy theory, the reason Russia pulled away from Kyiv is because Zelenskyy sold out. Putin no longer needs a regime change, and in fact is supporting Zelenskyy by taking out the more radical Ukrainian military forces. Then they can walk out hand in hand and declare a truce. (Was Zelenskyy Just Paid to Surrender?) That makes the sanctions no longer necessary. This would be a horrible outcome for the U.S.

Russia’s forces are not “weakened.” In fact, when he achieves his goals, his army will contain battle hardened soldiers, who will get new equipment as Putin replenishes the military, having expended his older, outdated equipment. Ever heard the word “anti-fragile”?

And because of this, Putin’s popularity in Russia is strong. Not that he would get the 95% of the vote that his fraudulent elections purport to give him, but he might even win a popular vote in Russia right now.

Here is a day by day update video on Russia’s control of Ukrainian territory. Not that at one point he pulls away from Kyiv.  Putin never wanted Kyiv.  The origin is a U.S. organization,, so consider the images here to be optimistic pro-Ukraine in bias, if any.

If you want the true update, here it is.  Russia is progressing on its encircling actions. They have taken out the fuel dumps supporting the Ukrainian Army. Now they have started to take out the railways that ship supplies in.   

The Ukrainian Army will be cut off from supplies, they will run out of everything, and they will surrender.

Note that the Biden Administration has stopped talking about sanctions. The sanctions have not been anywhere close to having the effect they were supposed to. Putin has been planning this for many years and has circumvented them to a great degree. Europe is in a stranglehold and their support has been exceedingly weak.

All of this failure is due to the incompetence of the Biden Administration. They will likely continue to lie to the public, claiming victory where there is none, putting “lipstick on this pig.” This is in fact a devastating loss for the American people and the West. Adding this to the Afghanistan debacle, no one will trust us again.


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  1. Ben

    All of the Biden staff are liars

  2. John Hewett

    Ever since this conflict started, I couldn’t understand why the Ukraine didn’t attack Sevastopol. I understand it’s a military base, but so are the tanks rolling across Ukrainian farmland. I believe Putin was afraid Ukraine would join NATO and eventually Sevastopol would be annexed into the country. Sevastopol is Russia’s only access to the Mediterranean and South Atlantic. If Ukraine had made a concerted effort of attacking Sevastopol from the start, Putin’s attention would have been solely focused on that arena. I don’t know if Putin would have believed NATO if they had offered to take Ukraine into NATO and Russia could continue their base at Sevastopol unencumbered. It would be similar to the arrangement we have with cuba and Guantanamo Bay.

  3. Joe

    This entire administration has been a total failure, from the start, they are not helping ukraine,but getting them destroyed. Hidenbiden and his minions, have been a train wreck in everything, they have done. Their the laughing stock of the world, and of our allies and enemies, how bad can it get? Were on the verge of a nuclear disaster, with this incompetent,president and the clowns in his admin.

  4. frank stetson

    Oh no, Joe, say it ain’t so. You mean you actually caught Democrats spreading wartime propaganda during a war? Amazing.

    You mean now that the Democrats are in power, you are woke and suddenly lying is a bad thing. That’s just really ***** funny coming from a Trumpublican who believes The Big Lie.

    When is your caught-on-tape lying story coming out about Kevin McCarthy?

    How about the famous one hundred “I can’t recall’s” yet again caught-on-tape MTG story?

    Or your Mark Meadows caught free speech lying through tweet story previewing?

    And that’s just last week…

    I think the best is Trump’s recent deposition where we learn about Turnip’s fear of fruit that is worthy of a late night joke fest opinion. This is a true transcript.

    “It’s very dangerous stuff,” “You can get killed with those things,”

    “And you said that ‘if you see someone getting ready to throw a tomato, just knock the crap out of them, would you.’ That was your statement?” asked attorney Benjamin Dictor, who represents protesters who are suing Trump, his business and his chief of security.

    “Oh yeah,” Trump answered, according to the transcript. “It was very dangerous.”

    “What was very dangerous?” the lawyer asked.

    “We were threatened,” Trump replied.

    “With what?” the lawyer asked.

    “They were going to throw fruit,” Trump said of protesters at the rally, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. “We were threatened. We had a threat.”

    The lawyer followed up: “How did you become aware that there was a threat that people were going to throw fruit?”

    Trump answered, “We were told. I thought Secret Service was involved in that, actually. But we were told. And you get hit with fruit, it’s — no, it’s very violent stuff. We were on alert for that.”

    Here the lawyer clarified the record. “A tomato is a fruit after all, I guess,” he asked the former president.

    “And you know what–” Trump continued.

    But he was quickly interrupted, the transcript shows. The lawyers held a brief side discussion on tomatoes. Were they fruit? Or vegetables?

    “It has seeds,” offered attorney Jeffrey L. Goldman, there to represent Trump’s campaign, also a defendant in the lawsuit.

    Trump broke in. “It’s worse than tomato. It’s other things also,” he said, according to the transcript.

    “But tomato, when they start doing that stuff, it’s very dangerous. There was an alert out that day.”

    Dictor then asked, “Who were you speaking to when you said –”

    “The audience,” Trump answered.

    “So you were speaking to the audience when you said if they saw someone getting ready to throw a tomato, just knock the crap out of them, would you,” Dictor asked.

    “That was to the audience,” Trump answered. “It was said sort of in jest. But maybe, you know, a little truth to it. It’s very dangerous stuff. You can get killed with those things.”

    Dictor asked, “So you were trying to incentivize people to engage in violence?”

    “Objection,” said the campaign’s lawyer.

    Trump answered anyway.

    “No, I wanted to have people be ready because we were put on alert that they were going to do fruit. And some fruit is a lot worse than — tomatoes are bad, by the way. But it’s very dangerous.

    “No,” the former president continued, “I wanted them to watch. They were on alert. I remember that specific event because everybody was on alert. They were going to hit —they were going to hit hard.”

    Dictor then asked, “Do you have any knowledge as to whether or not anybody was found to have tomatoes in their possession on that date?”

    Trump said he didn’t know. No tomatoes were thrown, he said. Still, “it was a serious threat,” Trump continued.

    I guess larry’s cognitive test is a pretty good idea…

    • Joe Gilbertson

      I don’t know what you are babbling about, but clearly you don’t take the Russian invasion of Ukraine seriously. And you don’t mind that you are be gaslighted by the people you voted for. Maybe you will start to pay attention when your grocery bills triple and gas costs $10 per gallon.

      • Frank stetson

        I drive a hybrid and have not noticed the gas price increase. Thank you very much.

        I’m not only take the Ukrainian invasion very seriously, Putin the bad man very seriously, and the potential for World War III to break out. My donations are me voting with my wallet.

        You helped create a party if lies rhat respects liars since Trump Last week was a banner week as I noted the three examples: Taylor green, Mark Meadows, and. Kevin McCarthy. Just check any news source to get an update.

        The babbling was Donald Trump, verbatim, the archetype lisr, from his recent deposition. I appreciate you calling a spade a spade. But in this babbling, it was our president in a court of law basically saying crazy dumbshit stuff about being afraid of fruit. I agree, strange babbling. Of course, if you say he was babbling, you’re going to be forced to be retrained. 🙂

        That said, I respect your approach on Ukraine rather than Larry’s, the Warhawk who apparently wants to go to war to revenge what happened in Afghanistan. I don’t agree with certain aspects, but I respect your approach. Not to mention the balls to predict what’s going to happen next

        My point in all the babbling was that telling lies like this during war should not be surprising. It should be expected. And that the Trump publican party is built on a house of lies so I was surprised that you were even offended.

        • Joe Gilbertson

          I hope you are not donating to Ukrainian charities, they are a lost cause. You should be donating to the Republican Party, that is the only way to solve the problem of Biden’s incompetence.

          My timelines are a bit off, but so far my predictions are pretty close. Frustrating.

      • mojo

        Has biden and America been suckered by the American press, russia, china, and ukrain president, sucking trillions of dollars and military equipment from Americas defense that would make it almost impossible to fight a war against our enemies?

  5. frank stetson

    Wow, and it appears that you’re putting party above people. Ho unlike you, I do not consider these refugees a lost cause. Matter of fact, I think they’re found. And most are Christian not that that has anything to do with it. Christian of you. Donating to the Republican Party his basically paying Trump’s $10,000 bill contempt charge, supporting his lavish lifestyle, and basically giving him a reason to live. No, I think I will pass on that. I donate 2 Ukrainian refugees. You still got a problem with that?


    Blinken did not lie, it’s his opinion. Anymore than you lied when you said: “Do they believe that a mere $8 billion in support to Ukraine is going to “weaken” Russia?” I think the best lie is Trump’s recent deposition where we learn about his fear of fruit that is worthy of a late night talk opinion. The 8 is on top of at least another 14 billion, for over 20 billion in total aid since the war began. That’s just the US input; Putin’s is further weakened by aid from the EU and over 30 other countries adding $1B in the first week alone. That’s up against Trump’s hundreds of millions during his tenure some of which had strings attached before the Ukrainians could see the money. Remember, “I need a favor.” At least Biden’s aid comes without strings then the previous he-who-would-be-king will often use government money in order to elicit personal favors. Remember, “I just need 11,000 votes.” The total amount is over 1/3rd of Putin’s defense budget, certainly has the potential to cause Putin to expend ever more resources potentially weakening his readiness status.

    I do agree that both men and material will be improved and battle hardened by this action for all sides. However, you do leave out the fact that an unintended circumstance of all this is that Russia will get their hands on quite a few of our weapons as well as the weapons of our allies. Given the status of their machinery, we probably would have liked to avoid that. Likewise, part of the battle hardening is that while our generals may be overjoyed at what they’re learning about putin’s incompetence, there is probably no chance that we will run into the same putin’s army next time. Hopefully our generals will include that in their strategizing for the future.

    That’s before we factor in the effects of the sanctions, while realistically not knowing exactly how much they hurt Putin, we do know that the Russian economy has been severely impacted. They are currently admitting over 23% inflation for the year which means they may be voting republican 🙂 Sure, Putin and the oligarchs are not going to be personally destroyed by this, may not even notice any change to lifestyle whatsoever except they’re missing a few boats and they have to dip into another cash fund. However, since the war began 4 oligarchs have suspiciously met their death. Two have been by violent means and two have been “natural causes,” of course we really don’t know what that means. The chance of four oligarchs dying, two by murder, since the war began seems more than circumstantial. Somebody seems to have been affected.

    I do think that Austin needs to be taken to the woodshed for what he said. It seemed really stupid even if true. Even if what he said was true, he is telegraphing a really nice piece of propaganda to Putin. Putin can just play that tape over and over again saying: this is why we’re in Ukraine so that the US could not weaken us as Austin wants to. I believe this man needs some retraining, this was a stupid thing to say, IMO.

    • frank stetson

      I did get a bit of a laugh that your Zelenskyy sell out conjecture is now labeled “conspiracy theory.” I could’ve sworn that it was a solid prognostication in your previous tome. As to the rest of your conclusions, I’m not sure there’s quite a rise to the level of “lipstick on a pig” nor do I see this as a devastating loss to EU and its allies. Your story didn’t even come close to convince me of that, based on the two lies from two guys spreading political propaganda as one would surmise would happen during any war. Pretty much business as usual, even for a trump administration, in these types of situations. In other words, get over it Joe, grow up. Smell the coffee

  6. B4CE

    Russia has admitted that it will not be able to hold a Victory Parade on 9th May in occupied #Donetsk and #Luhansk, RIA Novosti reported. The parade was canceled for the first time since 2014, when these territories were captured by the Russians.

    Keep cheer leading for Putin, you compromised beeatch