MOSCOW (Realist English). The refusal of the UN Security Council to Russia’s proposal to sort out the situation in Bucha confirms its fake origin, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Information Policy Anton Gorelkin believes.
“There is no doubt that this whole story with the “shooting of civilians” was fabricated for the editorials of Western media and subsequent replication in foreign media outlets and enemy telegram channels.
The creators of the “Bucha fake” were tasked with creating a pretext for accusing Russia of war crimes, because sanctions and Russophobia need constant feeding. The first attempt, with the Mariupol theater, turned out to be unconvincing, so the second one was organized more professionally and even attracted a film director. Nevertheless, there are many questions to the staging: it is the time lag between the departure of the Russian troops from Bucha and the appearance of “evidence”, and the unusual location of the bodies, their condition, and the absence of eyewitnesses of the “shootings”, etc.,” the deputy explained.
According to the politician, the main marker that the situation was orchestrated was the behavior of the Western media “both in the wording (“genocide”, “new Srebrenica”, “terrorism”) and in the simultaneous publication of publications about the Bucha on the front pages of British newspapers”:
“And the simultaneous statements of foreign officials of various calibres, who were allegedly shocked by these publications — but in fact, they all just cynically and coldly perform their roles.
I am convinced that the organizers of this fake will be brought to light – just like the activities of the “White Helmets” in Syria were exposed in due time. The name of everyone who is involved in this disgusting provocation must be given, and each of them must be inevitably punished. There should be no statute of limitations for such phenomena.
The videos distributed by the Ukraine about the events in Bucha cannot be trusted — specialists of the Russian Defense Ministry have revealed signs of fakes and forgery in Kiev’s materials, said Dmitry Peskov, the press secretary of the President of Russia.
On April 3, the Defense Ministry denied accusations by the Kiev regime of allegedly killings of civilians in Bucha. All the photos and videos published by the Kiev regime, allegedly testifying to some “crimes” of Russian servicemen in the city of Bucha, Kiev region, are yet another provocation.
According to the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, the idea of the Kiev regime’s crime in Bucha is to disrupt peace talks and escalate violence.
Chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin instructed to investigate the provocation by Kiev in Bucha. Investigators will analyze the information disseminated by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense about the killings of civilians.