Vitali Klitschko

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Vitali Klitschko posing for reporters with what he thinks is a Russian Kinzhal hypersonic missile shot down with a US Patriot missile by Ukrainian forces but actually is a BETAB-500 concrete buster.[1]

Vitali Klitschko (also Wladimir Klitschko) occupied the office of mayor of Kyiv in 2014.[2] He formerly was WBO world champion in the heavyweight class.

Klitschko was a key leader in U.S.-directed Maidan coup which installed the neo-fascist Maidan regime in power in 2014.

In the formerly independent democratic Ukraine, Klitschko was the leader of the foreign-backed anti-Viktor Yanukovych party Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reform (UDAR, Russian for "strike", funded by the US regime change outfit National Endowment for Democracy) prior to the U.S.-backed Zelensky puppet regime outlawing all opposition parties.

After the seizure of power by the U.S.-backed Maidan regime, a Euro Maidan protest was held in New York on February 3, 2015 where Klitschko spoke with people waving Ukrainian flags. The event was organized by the Atlantic Council’s Adrian Karatnycky, and was attended by DNC operative Andrea Chalupa of Russiagate fame, who urged people to become Maidan activists through Twitter.[3]

During the NATO war in Ukraine it was reported that Klitschko volunteered as a Leopard 2 tank driver mechanic.[4]

Klitschko is a member of the non-canonical and schismatic state-run Orthodox Church of Ukraine of the Kyiv Patriarchate (OCU).

In a letter to Libyan slave trader Samantha Power dated February 2023, Biden Pentagon operative Colin Kahl proposed removing Ukrainian dictator Volodymyr Zelensky and replacing him with Klitschko. The recommendation reportedly came from the Godmother of Color Revolutions Victoria Nuland. The leaked document came from the Pentagon as part of so-called Discord leaks or Teixeira documents.[5]