Russia TV discovers the real war quotBad newsquot

Russia, TV discovers the “real” war: "Bad news"

The silence of television in Russia about Lyman’s defeat does not hide the principle of reality, which is also beginning to assert itself on official channels, so – and Vladimir Solovyov spoke in these words last night – in the immediate future “we cannot expect good news”. Those who admit the existence of problems on the front lines attribute them solely to the latest generation of weapons NATO is sending to the forces in Kyiv, while respecting the new leadership narrative to the letter.

On Perviy Kanal, war correspondent Dmitry Kulko overturned reality, stating that “in the last month, since Kyiv announced its offensive on Lysychansk, the 20-kilometer front line has been turned into a cemetery for Ukrainian fighters.” NTV correspondent Anatoly Mayorov quoted Lyman, but in vague terms.

“Kyiv sent its most capable units to the Lyman massacre, where we were forced to retreat to other positions because of the threat of encirclement,” he said in his correspondence. Rossiya 1 has come close to reality on the battlefield: envoy Yevgeny Poddubny said that Russian forces are trying to establish new defense lines in Kreminna to “prevent the formations of the Kiev regime from building on their success” and are advancing towards Severodonetsk.

Leading propagandist Dmitry Kiselyov, using completely different language than usual, acknowledged a “difficult” situation in Donbass, while insisting that Russian forces end the desperate massacre by Ukrainian military, armed to the teeth with the new Born armed, continue to refuse “. Deputy Chairman of the Duma Defense Commission Dmitry Sablin, who was invited as a guest, admitted that Russia urgently needs to “stop to regroup forces”, also due to the lack of funds of all kinds, forced to contend with an enemy who has everything.

“We don’t watch TV series. Where we can continue to the end to see how an episode ends. This is real life. And in real life, I really want us to attack Kyiv and bring it down in one day, but I realize the 300,000 men mobilized will need time to get trained, coordinate their fight and have everything they need to go into battle. That means it won’t be easy for us for a while. And now “We must not expect good news. We must arm ourselves with good will and strategic patience. Who are we fighting against? Satanism in its purest form,” Solovyov said last night, following the apocalyptic allusions that Putin made in his speech on Friday used, however, anticipate a principle of reality.