Subtitles by Ollie Richardson and Angelina Siard
Film producer from “Watchdog media” Chris Nolan has released his latest movie “8 Months in Ukraine”, which is a sequel to his previous “Roses have Thorns” series about the events in Ukraine after the coup in Kiev in 2014. The movie details the preparation, implementation, and consequences of the illegal removal of the then (and technically acting, since he never formally relinquished his powers) President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, all the way up to the shootdown of the Malaysian Airlines flight “MH-17” over the skies of Donbass.
After three years of whitewashing the non-stop shelling on the residential areas of Donbass by the Ukrainian Army, which have resulted in the deaths of thousands of both peaceful children and adults, the propaganda machine of the West and its NGOs is starting to look tired and feeble. As a result of this fatigue, no longer do the terms “separatist” and “terrorist” dominate the information space.
In a recent interview to Sputnik Maurizio Marrone, a member of the regional council and the city administration of Turin, highlighted this trend, saying that “the EU understands that it has taken the wrong side in the [Ukrainian] conflict, that it has a great responsibility and therefore there are constant attempts to censor the reports about this war as much as possible.” Continuing on the topic of the war in Donbass, he said, “I personally visited Donetsk and Lugansk three times, where I saw with my own eyes how the artillery of Kiev bombed the quarters in which the civilian population lives, which constantly leads to new victims”.
Following from Marrone’s words, it comes as no surprise to anyone with a basic comprehension of how the media works that such things as deliberate censorship are simply normal for the American lapdogs sat in Brussels. They so-called “elites” seem to think that not proclaiming something means that it isn’t a reality, that it doesn’t exist, and visa-versa in relation to the mythical “Russian aggression”.
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