Last Updated on May 4, 2023
The Ukrainian postal service has announced a new commemorative stamp, celebrating the drone attack on Russia’s Kremlin, despite the official line from Ukraine’s Zelensky government being that the attack was a Russian false flag and that Ukraine had nothing to do with it. On the contrary, Russia is squarely blaming Ukraine for the drone attack and saying that it constitutes an attempt on Vladimir Putin’s life.
Despite claims from the Zelensky government that Ukraine is not responsible for the drone attack on Russia’s Kremlin, which Moscow is calling an assassination attempt on President Vladimir Putin and other members of Russia’s government, the Ukrainian postal service announced just hours after the attack that it will be producing a new commemorative stamp to mark the occasion.
The stamp, which appears to be an admission of Ukrainian involvement in the Kremlin attack, shows a drone flying above a firey Kremlin as a Ukrainian soldier stands outside, holding his middle finger up at Russia’s seat of government.
“Ukrainian postal service #Ukrposhta announced the launch of a new stamp after the night attack on the #Kremlin,” a tweet from the @KyivPost news account reads, seemingly admitting that Ukrainian forces, or at least Ukrainian-backed personnel, were behind the “night attack.”
In spite of the stamp and the Kyiv Post’s tweet that seemingly claimed Ukrainian responsibility for the “night attack” on the Kremlin, subsequent reporting from the Ukrainian news outlet, which is directly tied to the Zelensky government and remains one of the few Ukrainian publications that hasn’t been shuttered by Zelensky’s war-time regime, directly parrots Zelensky government talking points and claims that Russia set the attack up itself as a false flag.
“Russia likely staged an attack on the #Kremlin in an attempt to bring the war home to a Russian domestic audience and set conditions for a wider mobilisation of Russian society,” the @KyivPost account tweeted, parroting a “recent report” by the Institute for the Study of War, a US government-linked “think tank” that’s been central to the American war hawk community for years and is heavily promoting further US involvement in the Russo-Ukrainian War.
Stick with National File for updates on the Kremlin drone attack, and what it means for the Russo-Ukrainian War, as more information becomes available.
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