New Bizarre Claims About Russia-Ukraine War Vow ‘Promising Development’

A new article by an independent journalist makes bizarre claims that the former victims of Putin’s Russia throughout Eastern Europe, led by Poland, are urging Ukraine to succumb to Russian aggression.

Murky Allegations Allies Abandoning Ukraine

On February 22, 2022, using Joe Biden’s weakness, Russia’s vicious dictator Vladimir Putin launched a crusade to rebuild the former Soviet empire.

Against that backdrop, a new article by Seymour Hersh claims someone from the CIA told him that Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and the Czech Republic are somehow urging Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy to end the war – as though Ukraine attacked itself – or Russia.

The above-mentioned nations have been brutalized and victimized by Russians for centuries. They are the staunchest supporters of Ukraine against Putin’s invasion, with Estonia giving most of its military equipment to Ukraine.

The report calls the claims a “promising development” for ending the war, a scenario that would rescue Russians who are losing badly and dreading an upcoming Ukrainian offensive with Western-supplied weapons.

The report comes against the backdrop of Russian propaganda blaming Ukraine for refusing to surrender and fighting to defend itself and its people.

In his article, Hersh also insists that Sleepy Joe doesn’t get the full information about the Russian war on Ukraine that is available to US intelligence.

Past Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Claims

Last year, Hersh made headlines by claiming the United States blew up the Nord Stream 2 gas transit pipeline from Russia to Germany in the Baltic Sea.

In reality, Russia had much interest in cutting off gas supplies to Europe to inflict pain without having to honor the existing contracts and while demonstrating its willingness to take threatening actions.

Meanwhile, the Biden administration has been highly favorable to Putin’s Nord Stream 2 project. It was Joe Biden who, in 2021, kowtowing to Moscow, lifted Trump’s sanctions and allowed the pipeline’s completion.

Seymour Hersh’s claims that the US blew up Putin’s pipeline were denounced by key exiled Russian opposition figures, such as US-based math professor Andrey Piontkovsky and lawyer Mark Feigin, who suggested Hersh might have been recruited by Russia’s intelligence.

Hersch’s articles have been eagerly cited by Moscow’s state “news” agency TASS.

This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.