British Professor Faces Government “Crackdown” For Questioning Ukraine War Narrative

A professor at the University of Edinburgh is facing trial by media and a government “crackdown,” merely because he shared an article questioning the narrative behind the bombing of a theater in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol.

Professor Tim Hayward is currently being cancelled by the mob because he shared an article by left-wing news outlet Grayzone which suggested the theater bombing, blamed on Russia, may actually have been carried out by Ukrainian ‘Azov’ fighters.

The incident was immediately exploited by NATO powers to justify more military support for Ukraine and led to Joe Biden calling Vladimir Putin a “war criminal”.

However, the Neo-Nazi unit is accused of using civilians as human shields inside the building before blowing it up as Russian forces entered Mariupol.

Russia denies attacking the building, which was seemingly of no strategic importance, and no footage exists of the building being blown up.

Merely for highlighting these inconsistencies, Hayward was savagely attacked, accused of spreading Russian disinformation in a Times article and called a “useful idiot for President Putin’s atrocities” by Tory MP Robert Halfon.

The professor was also targeted by Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi, who said universities that challenged the official narrative would be investigated and professors punished.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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