Tuesday, April 05, 2022

Ok. This rumor should be easy for the Pentagon to debunk. Check out this craziness!

 Thanks to Carlton for the link!

NOTE!!!  I don't know if this is true or false. What I do know is that its should be laughably easy for the Pentagon to debunk.  Rumor control is necessary with this one, but I've seen and heard crazier.

via Veterans Today.

Warning: A NATO/Internet wide National Security Letter has been issued blocking all reporting of the alleged capture of an American general in Mariupol.

Our sources on the ground report that the last two helicopters trying to evacuate foreign VIPs from Mariupol were shot down this morning. They were sent on a suicide mission to collect Lt.General Coultier, who was, we are told, hiding in a huge industrial complex with some Special Forces staffers and about 30 Ukrainian Army, not Azov, soldiers. This hours old story from Tass is below.

From KP.Ru:

On the morning of April 5, another attempt by the Kiev regime to evacuate the leaders of the Azov nationalist battalion and “others” was thwarted near Mariupol. Two Ukrainian Mi-8 helicopters, which tried to break through to the city from the sea, were shot down from man-portable anti-aircraft missile systems, Igor Konashenkov, spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, said at a briefing.

Note that this is the third attempt by Kyiv to pull its war criminals from the crime scene. But it ended the same as the previous ones: the helicopters did not reach Mariupol.


Off topic (we just gotta wait and see on the above...it'll reach a point where the Pentagon has to speak on the subject).

One thing bugs me about this whole thing.  The news media and social media is participating in a campaign of "news control".

That's disturbing.

I want the good, the bad and the ugly.  I don't know if we're getting that.

Even more disturbing.

A huge segment of the population is happy with things the way they are when it comes to reporting on this story.

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