'US believes war in Ukraine will end on Russia's terms': propaganda promotes new fake
Russian propaganda promotes a fake narrative that the United States believes that the war in Ukraine will end on Russia's terms
This is reported by the Center for Strategic Communications.
"The war in Ukraine will end on the terms dictated by Russia after the complete collapse of the Ukrainian Armed Forces," Russian media write, citing military expert and former US Marine Brian Berletic.
The Center emphasizes that Berletic is a pseudo-expert who spreads Russian propaganda. In particular, he tells the English- and Russian-speaking public that the Ukrainian military is "killing its own population to frame Russia.”
The pseudo-expert also claimed that Ukraine would continue to lose its regions.
"It makes no sense to trust the 'forecasts' of such a person, because he only voices theses that are favorable to Russia. This is his private opinion (probably paid for by the Kremlin), not the position of the United States as a whole. At the moment, there is no reason to think that the Defense Forces will face a "complete collapse." The Ukrainian army is holding the line and inflicting significant losses on the occupiers," analysts say.
- On January 23, Russian propaganda spread new fakes about the work of Ukrainian air defense.