|Volodymyr Aleksandrovich Zelensky|
|Date and place of birth|| January 25, 1978|
Kryvyi Rih, Ukrainian SSR (now Ukraine)
|Education|| Kyiv National Economic University|
Young Global Leaders Forum
|Highest rank attained||Commander-in-Chief|
|Political beliefs|| Kakistocracy|
|Political party||Fascist bloc, Svoboda, Azov National Corp, European Solidarity|
|Date of dictatorship||2019|
|Wars started||Ukraine Civil War|
|Number of deaths attributed||30,000+|
Vladimir Aleksandrovich Zelensky, also known as the clown president, is the dictator of the Ukrainian rump regime, a pro-Western supremacist, vehement Russophobe, neo-Nazi collaborator, and puppet of Western oligarchs and globalists. He has been described as part of a generation of Millenial narcissist leaders. Many regard the installation of an unqualified comedic actor by Ukrainian and Western oligarchs as head of state as a mockery and disrespectful to the Ukrainian people. Zelensky is known for his rejection of suit and ties and traditional Western dress and values and his slobbish appearance in public.
Zelensky has outlawed his democratic opposition, ordered his rivals' arrest, and presided over the disappearance and assassination of dissidents across the country. Amnesty International has accused Zelensky and his regime of war crimes. Zelensky is a graduate of the Young Leaders program of the World Economic Forum. Upon assuming the role as Head of State, Zelensky did not surround himself with experienced professional political and foreign policy advisors, but rather brought with him the cast and crew of his media production company, actors, script writers, cameramen, film editors, promotional people and media technical advisors. Casualties in the Russia-Ukraine war have been horrendous because of Zelensky's refusal to negotiate a peace settlement with the Donbas Republics and Russian Federation.
In his previous career, he worked in the Ukrainian entertainment industry. In three years Zelensky became a billionaire. He was promoted by the liberal media and elected president of Ukraine in 2019 after the U.S.-backed Maidan coup which unconstitutionally overthrew the democratically, directly elected, president of Ukraine in 2014. The purpose of the coup was to facilitate Western corporate interests to buy up previously state-owned assets. Zelensky was elected to fight corruption and end the War in Donbas.
When the Russians conducted an incursion to end the Donbas war where state-sponsored neo-Nazi paramilitary organizations killed over 13,000 civilians in the Donbas region since 2014, Zelensky implemented a scorched earth policy like the retreating Nazi forces in Italy in 1944, blowing up bridges, opening the prisons and arming criminal gangs. Zelensky invited foreign non-state combatants and mercenaries into Ukraine described as "war tourists" who were used by the Ukrainian military and NATO as canon fodder, or in the words of one UK volunteer, "bullet catchers." Mercenaries who answer Zelensky's call face the death penalty.
The Donbas war atrocities and genocide had been largely ignored since 2014 by Western media because Donbas was not onboard with the globalist gay agenda. Zelensky misplaced hope that NATO troops and air cover would defend his regime, and even traveled to Munich, Germany in February 2022 to meet with the West as Ukrainian forces massed to attack the Donbas. Previously, in a rather sick joke Zelensky compared Ukraine to an adult film star, the implication as critics point out, Zelensky, in his own words, is pimping his nation in exchange for foreign cash.
The Russian incursion began under a collective security agreement to secure the lives and safety of the people of the Donbas, Zelensky is known to have used human shields in civilian areas similar to the tactics employed by Hamas in Gaza. Zelensky famously bit the hand that feeds him, saying that Western banks should be charged with war crimes. He is a certified purveyor of fake news and war propaganda.
During his time as a comedian, Zelensky was making pro-Nazi jokes that had anti-Semitic and Russophobic content in which the majority of his audience was not laughing and did not seem comfortable.
- 1 Background
- 2 A Ukrainian Government of Clowns and Cowboys
- 3 President 2019-present
- 3.1 Collusion with Nazis
- 3.2 Liquidation of political opponents
- 3.3 Anti-democratic decrees
- 3.4 Donbas conflict
- 3.5 Ukraine aid
- 3.6 Palace intrigues
- 3.7 Propaganda war
- 3.8 Ukrainian collusion
- 3.9 Foreign policy
- 4 Criticism
- 5 Quotes
- 6 See also
- 7 References
- 8 External link
Zelensky rode the support of the liberal media to come in first in all but one of Ukraine’s regions losing to Poroshenko in the western region of Lvov). Zelensky is a native Russian speaker who also speaks Ukrainian, is of Jewish descent, and supports closer relations with the West.
As a media personality, Zelensky formed his own production company, Quarter 95. For the three years prior to being elected, Zelensky amassed wide exposure starring in a primetime satirical soap opera as the president of Ukraine, crusading against corrupt politicians who would appoint personal friends to high positions and had offshore bank accounts. As president, Zelensky's first acts were to appoint friends to high positions. According to an investigation by the Consortium of International Journalists called the Pandora Papers, rather than re-invest the profits of his television production company to employ people in Ukraine, Zelensky has offshore bank accounts to store the profits of his looting Ukraine through his production company even before his run for the presidency.
Zelensky's rise to power with media mogul Ihor Kolomoisky's support suggested that the Western-backed corrupt oligarchy would remain in control of Ukraine. Hunter Biden was hired by the oligarchs 7 weeks after the coup. Kolomoisky owns the bank through which payments to the Biden family were made and provided the funding for the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. Under the Maidan regime, the country has become more impoverished with 50% of the population now living in poverty.
In his made-for-TV series, Servant of the People, by murdering other people's elected representatives, Zelensky somehow is cutting a path for the future of Ukrainian "democracy."
As an actor, comedian and soap opera star, star Zelensky closely aligned himself with Western globalists and was elected based on the support of a billionaire oligarch in Ukraine, Ihor Kolomoisky, whose media empire included Zelensky as a partner. Zelensky's campaign consisted of doing comedy routines. The election outcomes suggested that issues of ethnic and linguistic identity mattered less to voters than expected. Not until after the Biden regime seized power were ethnic tensions renewed by globalist media and propaganda.
In a monologue to a comedy show aired April 12, 2014 shortly after the Maidan regime seized power, Zelensky read an Imaginary letter to his family back home:
|"Good Day Uncle Igor, Aunt Valya and Uncle Sasha. Despite your fears, I can tell you that I live well as far as I live. Soon it will be even better. Because it's been three weeks since I was accepted into the Bandera community. That's normal, otherwise you can't make a career here in Ukraine. However, I don't have to tell you that, because you know it yourself. I don't get a salary, but that's not the most important thing. We have been allowed to take money and wealth from the Russians. In the past, this was also possible with the Jews. But then the top Bandera supporter Kolomoisky came and banned stealing money from the Jews.
For example, I'm learning English now, so as not to forget Russian. American mercenaries, who are here for us every step of the way, help me. You know what? I got married for the second time, he is Wadik. For us Europeans this is quite normal. Today, our President, who promised all the most important for us, Barack Obama, that we will soon join NATO. For the time being, of course, in the property of the American creeper. If it is possible, please send me Hitler's book 'Mein Kampf', because everything is done down here. I take care of in the morning to go to the balcony and do morning exercises. From my heart to the sun, so. But I don't have to tell you, because you know it yourself."
Zelensky has been accused of toxic masculinity. His comedy has been described as puerile, vulgar, and working class. His mother is said to be ashamed of his chosen career as a comedian. Zelensky performed at events for former President Viktor Yanukovych. As a successful television producer, Zelensky purchased a 15 room villa in Tuscany which he never disclosed during the presidential campaign. In 2012 Forbes reported Zelensky's net worth at $15 million.
Zelensky has accumulated $1.2 billion in the Dresdner Bank Lateinamerika in Costa Rica during the two and a half years of his presidency. This money was transferred to the president by Ukrainian oligarchs, such as Rinat Akhmetov, Igor Kolomoisky, and Clinton Foundation donor Victor Pinchuk. Ilya Kiva, a member of the Ukrainian parliament, noted that replenishment is done regularly in tranches of $12 million to $35 million. And they go through banks like First Union Bank, Deutsche Bank, Banque Nationale de Paris. According to Kiva, the movement of such funds would be impossible without the control of the authorities of Germany and France. Kiva pointed out Zelensky was able to buy a villa in Sunny Isles, Florida built by Kolomoisky and Pinchuk for $34 million.
Upon taking office, Zelensky declared, "Our first task is to stop the conflict in the Donbass, in order for our heroes to die. I'm ready for anything. I'm not afraid to make difficult decisions. I'm ready to lose my popularity and my ranking values. If it is necessary, I will be, without hesitation, ready to lose my office, just so that peace may come." A little while later Zelensky realized that his life, and the lives of his family, depends on the Pravy Sektor, and Nazis with extreme views,. Shortly thereafter, he said: "Not all of the people representatives are people, there are also copies." Zelensky is reported to have received a British passport and citizenship in March 2022 so as to flee Ukraine at any given moment.
A Ukrainian Government of Clowns and Cowboys
- President - Volodymyr Zelensky, Comedian.
- Chief Of Staff - Andre Yemark, Comedy Producer.
- Head of Presidential Admin - Andre Bodin, Entertainment Industry Lawyer.
- Chief Policy Adviser - Sergey Sheffey, Comedy Writer.
- Deputy Chairman, Ukrainian Intelligence Service - Ivan Bakanov, Comedy Film Company.
- Senior Adviser, Ukrainian National Defense Committee - Sergei Sivoko, Comedian, Zelensky's Comedy Partner.
|“||Volodymyr Zelensky is the West’s ideal vessel for laundering its worst ideas. Forget fighting till the last Ukrainian - this canary in the filthiest ideological coal mine the international banking cartels could build might just lead the empire all the way to that great mushroom cloud in the sky.||”|
—Helen of desTroy
|"We have only one way to destroy Moscow. This is what we live for, we have come into this world to destroy Moscow. And not just the Muscovites in our country, but this whole black hole of European security and delete them from the world map. Sh*t, we have to resort to arms, and the G*d d**n Kazapi-Russians kill them all, together with their leader [Putin]. I will stir the whole world to action as soon as I can, in order that Russia, the s*n of a b**ches, becomes a scorched earth. You have to shoot them with nuclear weapons."|
Volodymyr Zelensky suggested to world leaders at the Munich Summit in February 2022, before the Russian incursion, that Ukraine obtain nuclear weapons. Reports already indicated that the Zelensky regime was building, or had built, a dirty bomb.
The veteran comedian brought with him upon taking office in 2019 his entire media production crew, including script writers and other actors. Alexei Arestovich, another TV entertainer, was appointed as a military adviser and press spokesman. Zelensky declared, "Our first task is to stop the conflict in the Donbass, for which our heroes died. I'm ready for anything. I'm not afraid to make difficult decisions. I'm ready to lose my popularity and my approval ratings. If it is necessary, I will be, without hesitation, ready to lose my office, just so that peace may come." A short time later Zelensky realized that his life, and the lives of his family, was dependent upon the Nazis, the people with extreme views from the Pravy Sektor. Shortly thereafter, he said: "Not all of the people representatives are people, there are also copies."
Amongst a raft of casualties and desertions, as untrained soldiers were placed at the front in impossible and hopeless situations with no artillery or armor and given orders to fight on and not surrender, two members of Zelensky's Servant of the People Party introduced a bill (No. 7351) allowing AFU officers to kill their own soldiers who refused to follow orders. On June 12, 2022 Ukrainian dictator Volodymyr Zelensky signed a decree allowing the Ukrainian command to use territorial defense fighters to perform tasks in areas of military operations. Zelensky’s decree legalized sending untrained members of the Territorial Defense to the front as cannon fodder to face the professional Russian army. Conscription in Ukraine amounted to kidnapping people off the street.
As the situation in Donbas deteriorated and Zelesnky's stubborn resistance to allowing 15,000 soldiers to withdraw from the encirclement, rumors mounted of an imminent coup to remove the actor/comedian and replace him with Gen. Valerii Zaluzhnyi whom Gen. Mark Milley said of on May 23, 2022, "General Zaluzhny is the man behind that effort, bearing the immense burden of leading in combat. His work will be remembered by history." Time magazine named Zaluzhny one of its 100 Most Influential People of 2022. Politico also offered words of praise for Zaluzhnyi. Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov is reported to have backed Zaluzhnyi.
After a photoshoot with Vogue magazine, Zelenskly sat down for an interview with Piers Morgan. Zelensky was asked about inflation, which according to U.S. polls was the voters number one concern. Zelensky said "inflation is nothing" and told Americans to suck it up and keep handing over cash and weapons in aid.
Collusion with Nazis
- See also: Azov Battalion
Oles Buzina (also Buzyna), a prominent journalist and author who advocated for unity among Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia and campaigned to outlaw neo-Nazi organizing, was shot and killed near his apartment on April 16, 2015 by state-backed death squads after his name appeared on the Myrotvorets public blacklist of “enemies of the state” list. In June 2015, investigators accused Andriy Medvedko and fellow C14 member, Denys Polishchuk, of killing Buzina. During the Maidan coup C14 activists took over Kyiv’s city hall and plastered its walls with neo-Nazi insignia before taking shelter in the Canadian embassy. A March 2018 report by Reuters stated that “C14 and Kiev’s city government recently signed an agreement allowing C14 to establish a ‘municipal guard’ to patrol the streets." By offering to carry out acts of violence on behalf of anyone willing to pay, the C14 fostered a cozy relationship with various governing bodies and powerful elites across Ukraine. Their advertisement on Facebook reads:
|“C14 works for you. Help us keep afloat, and we will help you. For regular donors, we are opening a box for wishes. Which of your enemies would you like to make life difficult for? We’ll try to do that.”|
In 2018, a C14 youth organizer, Serhiy Bondar, spoke at an event at America House Kyiv, a US government institution that describes itself as “your main resource in Ukraine for American culture, education, and information.” This young fascist leader boasts of working with Kyiv police to “purge” a Gypsy homeless camp from a train station.
C14 is even more notorious than the Azov Battalion. The name is a direct reference to the white supremacist “14 words”, ""We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children." C14 has also received funding from the Zelensky regime, in the form of a Ministry of Youth and Sport grant for “national-patriotic education projects."
Since September 2019, Buzina's alleged killer Andriy Medvedko has served as a member of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NACB). In January 2020, he became a part of a working group on the 'rights and freedoms of veterans in prison', under the Ministry for Veterans Affairs. Denys Polishchuk, the other accused killer, heads the working group, which includes fellow C14 members Yevhen Karas and Oleksandr Voitko, as well as former lawmaker Oksana Korchinska. Karas has claimed that the SBU would “pass on” information citizens of the Donbas “not only [to] us, but also Azov, the Right Sector and so on.”
In October 2019, Zelensky met with Karas, Dmytro Shatrovsky, and other neo-Nazi leaders. Days later prime minister and deputy head of Zelensky’s office Oleksiy Honcharuk appeared on stage at a neo-Nazi concert organized by accused C14 murderer Andriy Medvedko.
In April 2021 Zelensky sought to appoint the Serhiy Sternenko as head of Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU) in Odessa, in an attempt to further his alliance with neo-Nazi forces. As the former head of the neo-Nazi Pravy Sektor in Odessa, Sternenko was directly implicated in the 2014 Trade Unions House massacre where 46 people were burnt alive according to the Kyiv regime's official investigation. Eyewitnesses claim many more were killed. He is a convicted criminal and as of March 2022 was under investigation for murder.
In December 2021, Zelensky presented fascist Pravy Sektor commander Dmytro Kotsyubaylo with the “Hero of Ukraine” award in the Ukrainian parliament. The Pravy Sektor was deeply involved in the Maidan coup, the sniper murders of the "Heavenly Hundred", the burning alive of between 46 and 116 ethnic Russians in the Odessa Trade Unions House massacre, and has killed thousands of ethnic Russian civilians in the Donbas since 2014. Pravy Sektor is classified as a terror organization in Russia.
On February 5, 2022, nineteen days before the Russian incursion, Yevhen Karas appeared on television in Kyiv boasting of the influence his organization and other Nazi groups enjoy in Ukrainian politics. “LGBT and foreign embassies say ‘there were not many Nazis at Maidan, maybe about 10 percent of real ideological ones,’” Karas remarked. “If not for those eight percent [of neo-Nazis] the effectiveness [of the Maidan coup] would have dropped by 90 percent.” The 2014 Maidan “Revolution of Dignity” would have been a “gay parade” if not for the instrumental role of neo-Nazis, he proclaimed. Karas went on to declare that the West armed Ukrainian ultra-nationalists because “we have fun killing.”
Liquidation of political opponents
In November 2021, Zelensky appointed Oleksandr Poklad to head the SBU’s counterintelligence. A former lawyer and cop with ties to organized crime, Poklad is nicknamed “The Strangler” – a reference to his favorite method of obtaining testimony from his victims. The SBU functions as Zelensky's gestapo organization. The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU} closely collaborates with neo-Nazi groups including Right Sector, Azov, and C14, which was contracted by the Ukrainian government to conduct street patrols. Several mayors and other Ukrainian officials were killed since the Russian incursion by Ukrainian state agents after engaging in de-escalation talks with Russia forces to protect civilians and infrastructure in their communities. The SBU hunted down local officials that accepted humanitarian relief supplies from Russia or negotiated with Russian forces to arrange humanitarian corridors for civilian evacuations.
In a March 19, 2022 executive order, Zelensky invoked martial law to ban 11 opposition parties. Max Blumenthal and Esha Krishnaswamy characterized the outlawed parties as "the entire left-wing, socialist, or anti-NATO spectrum in Ukraine." They included the For Life Party, the Left Opposition, the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine, the Socialist Party of Ukraine, Union of Left Forces, Socialists, the Party of Shariy, Ours, State, Opposition Bloc and the Volodymyr Saldo Bloc. Openly fascist and pro-Nazi parties like the Azov National Corps were left untouched by the presidential decree, however.
The following is a very brief, partial list posted by independent Chilean/American journalist Gonzalo Lira, of prominent Ukrainian citizens who were disappeared under Zelensky. Gonzalo Lire himself was disappeared on April 15, 2022.
- Vlodymyr Struk, pro-Russian mayor kidnapped and murdered.
- Denis Kireev, Ukraine peace negotiator shot dead ‘defending the nation’.
- Mikhail & Aleksander Kononovich, Ukrainian youth leaders arrested.
- Nestor Shufrych, Ukrainian member of parliament arrested.
- Yan Taksyur, Ukrainian Orthodox journalist jailed with no access to a lawyer medical treatment.
- Dmitri Djangirov, Ukrainian journalist, political expert, political scientist arrested.
Scott Ritter, whom Lira interviewed four days before his abduction, wrote about how people can respond to injustice: "we can call out Zelensky’s “cursed machine” for the crimes it is committing every day in defense of a perverted vision of Ukrainian nationalism that has mainstreamed the odious ideology of Nazi Germany, giving voice to its hate-filled logic, and empowering its minions to silence the voices of those who, like Gonzalo Lira, dared speak truth to power."
Zelensky declared martial law, armed neo-Nazi and criminal gangs, and his secret police, the SBU, began arrests and liquidations of political opposition. On March 20, 2022 Zelensky announced a ban on 11 political parties, including parties with sitting members of parliament but not the Nazi organizations. Additionally, the fascist dictator eliminated all independent media and consolidated all information flow into one government controlled television platform.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova was asked to comment on Zelensky's initiative to confiscate the property and assets of persons supporting a special military operation to liberate oppressed people in Ukraine and similar measures taken by a number of other Western countries. "The confiscation of private property from individuals for their political beliefs is a flagrant violation of the principles of democracy and the market economy," Zakharova said.
- See also: Donbas war
Zelensky betrayed his campaign promises of reform and meaningful progress to implement the Minsk Agreements and resolve the Donbass stalemate, leading to a rapid decline in popular support. He maintains power in Ukraine by a campaign of intimidation and terror conducted by the secret police.
On March 24, 2021, Volodymyr Zelensky issued a decree for aggressive action against Crimea, and began to deploy his forces to the south of the country. At the same time, several NATO exercises were conducted between the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea, accompanied by a significant increase in reconnaissance flights along the Russian border. Russia then conducted several exercises to test the operational readiness of its troops.
Things calmed down until October-November with the end of the ZAPAD 21 exercises, whose troop movements were interpreted as a reinforcement for an offensive against the Ukraine. However, even the Ukrainian authorities refuted the idea of Russian preparations for a war, and Oleksiy Reznikov, Ukrainian Minister of Defense, states that there had been no change in Russian troop levels on its border since the spring of 2021.
In violation of the Minsk Agreements, Ukraine was conducting air operations in Donbas using drones, including at least one strike against a fuel depot in Donetsk in October 2021. The American press noted this, but not the Europeans; and no one condemned these violations of international peace agreements.
In February 2022, events were precipitated. On February 7, during his visit to Moscow, Emmanuel Macron reaffirmed to Vladimir Putin his commitment to the Minsk Agreements, a commitment he would repeat after his meeting with Volodymyr Zelensky the next day. But on February 11, in Berlin, after nine hours of work, the meeting of political advisors of the leaders of the “Normandy format” ended, without any concrete result: the Ukrainians still refused to apply the Minsk Agreements, apparently under pressure from the United States. Vladimir Putin noted that Macron had made empty promises and that the West was still ignoring the agreements, as it had been doing for eight years.
Indian geopolitical researcher Amit Sengupta characterized Zelensky and his relationship with the U.S. this way:
|"Zelinsky turned out to be an American stooge who literally destroyed his own country in the name of democracy. I've seen a lot of people saying that Zelensky is fighting for its country. What you need to understand is that this is not the right way of fighting for your country. This is a rebellious way of fighting. A smart and visionary leader looks for an alternative way of solving this matter. What Zelensky is doing, he is acting like a passive aggressive teenager, and America is continuously supplying weapons from behind. America is adding more fuel to the chaos."|
The U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights concluded on June 29, 2022 that Zelensky used civilians as human shields when Ukrainian soldiers took up firing positions, effectively making the civilian infrastructure legitimate military targets.
- See also: Russia-Ukraine war
Zelensky proposed Ukraine obtain nuclear weapons. When Vladimir Putin announce the Special Military Operation in Ukraine, Putin referenced the fact that Ukraine was run by a gang of drug-addicts and neo-Nazis.
10 days after the incursion, a French reporter asked Zelensky how his life had changed since the intervention of Russian troops in the Donbas war. Zelensky replied,
|“Today, my life is beautiful. I believe that I am needed. I feel it is the most important meaning in life – to be needed. To feel that you are not just an emptiness that is just breathing, walking, and eating something. You live.”|
Critics were horrified by the response. Analyst Natylie Baldwin noted, "this construction is alarming: it implies that Zelensky enjoys the unique opportunity to perform on a global stage provided by the war. It made his life beautiful; he lives. In contrast to millions of Ukrainians whose life is not nice at all and thousands of those who are not alive any longer."
During the 2022 Russia-Ukraine conflict to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine, Zelensky said in a televised address that Kyiv has been left to fend for itself as NATO is "afraid" to give it any guarantees. "I asked them -- are you with us? They answered that they are with us, but they don't want to take us into the alliance. I've asked 27 leaders of Europe, if Ukraine will be in NATO, I've asked them directly -- all are afraid and did not respond. We were left by ourselves. Who is ready to go to war for us? Honestly, I don't see anybody. Who is ready to give Ukraine guarantees of NATO membership? Honestly, everybody is afraid." In accordance with NATO rules, a country having territorial disputes cannot be admitted to the bloc.
Releasing criminal psychopaths
According to a July 11, 2022 report in Ukrainian media, Ruslan Onishenko, commander of the now-disbanded Tornado Battalion, was freed as part of Zelensky’s scheme to release prisoners with combat experience. Along with an unwavering commitment to fascism, Onishenko is known as a psychopathic sadist who was involved in sexually assaulting children, brutally torturing prisoners, and murder. Onishenko’s release follows a February 27, 2022 order by Zelensky to free other convicted former Tornado members like Danil “Mujahed” Lyashuk, a fanatic from Belarus who has openly emulated ISIS and boasted of torturing captives for sheer enjoyment. According to Zelensky‘s decree, prisoners with combat experience would be allowed to “compensate for their guilt” by fighting in the “hottest spots.”
In early May 2022, reports indicated that the Russian military forces were grinding down Ukrainian ground forces by extensive use of heavy artillery. The Ukrainian artillery had either been destroyed or lacked ammunition. The Ukrainian forces were given orders by the Zelensky regime to stay in their position and to hold the line, only making sure that Russian artillery strikes would destroy them.
On May 27, 2022 The Washington Post finally reported on the fate of volunteers. In mid February 2022 they were still civilians. They 'volunteered' for the territorial defense with the hope of serving near their homes, to avoid a draft into the army:
|"[A]fter three months of war, this company of 120 men is down to 54 because of deaths, injuries and desertions.
The volunteers were civilians before Russia invaded on Feb. 24, and they never expected to be dispatched to one of the most dangerous front lines in eastern Ukraine. They quickly found themselves in the crosshairs of war, feeling abandoned by their military superiors and struggling to survive....
Lapko, built like a wrestler, was made a company commander in the 5th Separate Rifle Battalion, in charge of 120 men. The similarly burly Khrus became a platoon commander under Lapko. All of their comrades were from western Ukraine. They were handed AK-47 rifles and given training that lasted less than a half-hour. “We shot 30 bullets and then they said, ‘You can’t get more; too expensive,’ ” Lapko said. They were given orders to head to the western city of Lviv. When they got there, they were ordered to go south and then east into Luhansk province in Donbas...
The men were put into a frontline ditch and have since been shelled again and again without any ability to respond. They disregarded the orders from above and left. They were then arrested. Dozens of videos began appearing on social media of whole units of Ukrainian servicemen appealing to Zelensky to withdraw them from the battlefield. Many had been deserted by their battlefield commanders.
Zelensky had been warned by the UK's MI6 about the risk of encirclement of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Severodonetsk, but he ignored the warnings. Videos of survivors of Ukrainian combat groups began appearing on line accusing Ukrainian officers of having deserted the troops on the battlefield. Captured POWs at the front said they were thrown into the meat grinder with only two days training.
On June 1, 2022 Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov told RIA Novosti news that Biden's decision to arm Ukraine with HIMAR missile launchers increases the risk of direct confrontation between Russia and the United States. Foreign secretary Blinken said the weapons, which have a precision range of up to 300 kilometers, were given on the pretext of a promise by Zelensky not to use the HIMARs against Russian territory. However Zelensky's transgender chief propagandist Alexei Arestovich immediately threatened, "Crimea is ours…It belongs to Ukraine…And they know it…Therefore, it will fly to Crimea double-time." Deputy Chairman of Russia’s Security Council Dmitry Medvedev retorted, “If those types of weapons are used against the territory of Russia, the armed forces of our country will have no other choice but to strike decision-making centers...It is obvious what those decision-making centers are: the defense ministry, the general staff and so on...But it should be understood that, in this case, the ultimate decision-making centers are regretfully not even on the territory of Kiev." 
Hunt for fall guys
Disagreements between Zelensky and the command of the Ukrainian army over the conduct of military operations became apparent. In particular, the military reportedly believed that it was necessary to retreat on several fronts, while Zelensky insisted that no retreats were possible. As a result, the Armed Forces of Ukraine suffered heavy losses in manpower on the front lines. As the situation deteriorated, the hunt for fall guys to blame the loss on ensued.
Suffering heavy losses on the front lines, the Kiev regime attempts to stop the outflow of civilians who can be conscripted into the military. The Ukrainian General Staff declared a ban on leaving their place of residence for men of military age without the permission of the military enlistment office during the period of martial law.
On July 5, 2022 a bill was submitted to parliament clarifying the procedure for the departure of conscripts and reservists from their place of residence within Ukraine.
- See also: Zaporozhye nuclear power plant
Zelensky repeatedly ordered his troops to fire on the Zaporozhye nuclear facility, while publicly blaming Russian forces for creating a nuclear threat, in the hopes of gaining sympathy from the West in the form of money and material and direct NATO or UN peacekeeper intervention.
On March 4, 2022 Zelensky and his officials claimed that Russian tanks were shooting at nuclear units at the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) located in the town of Energodar. Zelensky branded it “nuclear terrorism." He previously claimed the Russian capture of Chernobyl posed an imminent threat to “the whole of Europe.” But that was untrue as well.
Zapaorozhye was different, though. Here was the largest nuclear power plant in Europe. “Russian tanks are shooting at the nuclear blocks. These are tanks equipped with thermal imagers, so they know what they are aiming at,” Zelensky said. “Only immediate action by Europe can stop Russian troops. Do not allow the death of Europe from the catastrophe at the nuclear power plant.” Korrespondent, one of Ukraine’s biggest newspapers, reported that, according to Zelensky, he had discussed the situation with Joe Biden, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and the head of the European Council, Charles Michel. Ukrainian prime minister Denys Shmyhal also called on NATO to create a no-fly zone and “close the skies” over the facility. “It is a question of security of the whole world.” An unidentified Ukrainian official said radiation levels had risen in the area.
Mark Nelson, managing director at Radiant Energy Fund, noted that Zelensky’s claims were deliberately misleading. Canadian nuclear arms expert Claire Wählen said the same. So dangerous was this lie that the U.S. State Department sent out an urgent message to all American embassies in Europe, instructing them to not share a tweet by the U.S. Embassy in Kiev claiming that Russia was trying to blow up the nuclear power plant.
The fact that there was fighting around the facility suggests that the Ukrainian military had deliberately engaged Russian troops from that location. Combat footage appears to show Ukrainian forces firing rockets from the nuclear power facility, which reportedly sparked return fire from Russian troops. A training center over a mile away from the 6 nuclear reactors were set on fire in the Russian response.
On July 12, 2022 the AFU again targeted the Zaporozhye nuclear plant. Russian forces have been in control of the plant, with Ukrainian technicians still operating it, since February 2022. The nuclear plant is the largest in Europe with six reactors. The attack was complex, involving drone and artillery fire. The Ukrainian Army used six kamikaze drones conducting reconnaissance mission over the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant and the city heating and water supply plant in Energodar. The UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) dropped two mines near the power plant, which reportedly did not cause any significant damage. Another drone was heading in the direction of residential buildings in Energodar, its course may have been corrected. The UAV attack was thwarted, none of the six drones reached their targets, and the air defense of the Zaporozhye region successfully prevented the attack. The Ukrainians earlier launched a false flag attack against the plant in March 2022.
Beginning on August 5, 2022 the 44th brigade of the AFU stationed in Nikopol, 18 kilometers across the Dnieper River, increased shelling of the Zaporozhye nuclear plant. Kiev forces used a British-made Brimstone missile in one of the attacks. The situation was compounded by HIMAR attacks on the hydroelectric plant at the Nova Kakhovka dam, which provides electricity for the nuclear plant's vital cooling system. The political motive for shelling a nuclear power is reported to be motivated by upcoming referendums in September 2022 for the former Ukrainian oblasts of Zaporozhye and Kherson to join the Russian Federation. The Kyiv regime is attempting to intimidate the local population. Russia asked the Atomic Energy Commission to look into the matter.
Autumn 2022 Zelensky Counteroffensive
Ukraine's much ballyhooed "August counteroffensive" commenced on Volodymyr Zelensky's personal orders in the early morning hours of August 29, 2022. Approximately 36,000 Ukrainians advanced along the 183 km Kherson front, with the loss of 26 tanks, 23 amphibious vehicles, 9 armored vehicles, 2 SU-25 fighter aircraft, and 560 killed in action. The Russians lost 1 tank, 1 Uragan rocket launcher, 1 Pantsir missile system, 2 drones, 9 ammo storage locations and 41 casualties.
On the Ukrainian side of the line of contact, requests went out to the general public for blood donors. By Day 3, more than 1,700 Ukrainian soldiers had been killed. By Day 4, the counteroffensive stalled and withdrew, with over 2,000 dead.
The Zelensky Offensive was four months in the planning since April 2022. Western powers demanded to see action and results for all the money and weapons pumped into Ukraine since 2014. Military strategists argued the plan to send human wave infantry attacks across flat land with no artillery or air support was doomed to fail from the start. Zelensky ordered the attack anyway on the morning August 29, 2022 to please his Western masters and keep the flood of cash and weapons flowing. Within three days the attack accomplished nothing other than killing thousands more of Ukrainian troops.
Because of the high number of untrained and unmotivated conscripts serving on the front line, the Ukrainian High Command abandoned the NATO tactic of keeping officers behind the line and away from the battle and having the attack led by sergeants. Ukraine reverted to the Soviet school of having officers and commanders lead the attacks on the frontline.
By Day 5 of the Zelensky Offensive, Ukraine lost 3,000 troops killed and 7,000 wounded who could not return to combat, or roughly one whole Division. The Washington Post reported,
|"In dimly lit hospital rooms in southern Ukraine, soldiers with severed limbs, shrapnel wounds, mangled hands and shattered joints recounted the lopsided disadvantages their units faced in the early days of a new offensive to expel Russian forces from the strategic city of Kherson...The soldiers said they lacked the artillery needed to dislodge Russia’s entrenched forces and described a yawning technology gap with their better-equipped adversaries...The interviews provided some of the first direct accounts of a push to retake captured territory that is so sensitive, Ukrainian military commanders have barred reporters from visiting the front lines”.|
Ukrainian soldiers told WaPo they were not able to hear the Russian drones spotting their positions from miles up in the sky, while Russian military hackers took control over every drone the Ukrainians sent up. One soldier remarked, “They used everything on us...Who can survive an attack for five hours like that?”
In early 2022 as the Biden regime escalated tensions in the Donbas war, Zelensky faced removal for his part in the Hunter Biden coverup. In the midst of diplomatic negotiations to avoid war with Russia in February 2022, a poll by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology reported only 30 per cent of the country’s people wanted Zelenskyy to run for a second term and even fewer, 23 per cent, would vote for him. Most Ukrainians see the former comedian's wartime leadership as a cruel joke, while Western media and audiences regard him as a television celebrity.
Australian journalist Caitlin Johnstone noted how Zelensky appeared on “the Grammy Awards, the Cannes Film Festival, the World Economic Forum and probably the Bilderberg group as well, while also having meetings with celebrities like Ben Stiller, Sean Penn, and Bono and the Edge from U2. It’s as busy a PR tour as he could possibly have without having a discussion about the strategic importance of long-range artillery with Elmo on Sesame Street.”
|“What in the world is wrong with these blithering knuckleheads?...Last week’s action brings already spent and promised Ukraine weapons and aid to $54 billion...For crying out loud, Ukraine’s GDP last year was just $155 billion...At the current run rate, they have spent 120% of Ukraine’s GDP on its own destruction, and with no end in sight...It is no wonder, therefore, that the pretentious little peacock who parades as the country’s president is now telling the world that the war will go on until the last Ukrainian soldier is dead and Washington’s endless bounty is finally used up...There is no other way to say it: Washington has empowered a madman, who is so smitten by his own strutting on the world stage that rationality itself has become the victim”.|
On August 3, 2022 the Washington Post reported that Zelensky was withholding aid for civilian humanitarian relief and infrastructure repair intended by the United States Congress for cities. The Washington Post accused Zelensky of turning Ukraine into an autocracy and trying to stymie mayors and potential political rivals by withholding the billions of dollars that the U.S. Congress appropriated.
In July 2022 Zelensky's Western intelligence handler Boris Johnson was ousted as prime minister of UK. Soon thereafter, Ukrainian-born U.S. congresswoman Victoria Spartz urged Zelensky to fire his chief of staff Andrei Yermak for corruption. Western delivered arms had been disappearing without ever making it to the frontlines, including Javelin missiles, British NLAWs, and German Panzerfausts. A French built CEASER self-propelled artillery piece was sold to allied Russian forces for $120,000 as were US built HIMARs for $800,000.
Accusations of "zrada" flew, and Zelensky attempted to fire Gestapo chief Ivan Bakanov, a childhood friend and television comedy producer, and chief procurator Iryna Venediktova. Kyiv news reports had to walk back the firings as mere suspensions, then the parliament acted to remove the pair as scapegoats related to all the corruption charges. In early June 2022, a former deputy of Bakanov was detained in Serbia, as he tried to illegally transfer emeralds, 600 thousand euros and 125 thousand dollars across the border. Shortly before the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, Bakanov and his friend left Ukraine with $2 billion dollars in cash. In May 2022 Bakanov and his deputy were still buying real estate in Europe.
In addition to the removal of Bakanov and Venediktova, an additional 651 criminal cases were launched. A missile strike at the Officers’ House in Vinnitsa while Ukrainian and foreign military officials held negotiations resulted in a large group of high-ranking officers of the Ukrainian Air Force were destroyed. Apparently, the strike led to casualties among the foreign officers, and Kyiv was forced by its western partners to punish top security officials who were responsible for the leak of information.
The deputy head of the security service Vasily Malyuk was appointed as the new acting chief of the Security service. Chief of staff Yermak, alleged to be a Russian operative however, survived the firings.
In the wake of revelations of attempts to bribe Russian pilots to convince them to defect, which involved bellingcat.com owner Christo Grozev, Zelensky fired first Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Ruslan Demchenko and commander of Special Operations Forces (SSO) Hryhoriy Halahan. Danchenko was replaced with Viktor Horenko.
- See also: Ukrainian propaganda war
Photos circulated by mainstream media in the West of Zelensky in fatigues and helmet alleging he was on the front lines in combat during Russia's Special Military Operation in fact were taken a year earlier during an inspection of the border.
Alleged bombing of Babi Yar
On March 1, 2022 Zelensky claimed that Russians had bombed Babi Yar, a ravine in Kyiv that was also the site of massacres committed by Nazi forces and Ukrainian collaborators during World War II. Some 33,771 Jewish civilians were murdered by the Nazis and their Ukrainian collaborators from Kyiv there. Zelensky’s chief of staff reportedly confirmed that the Russians bombed the site. Zelensky's tweet has more than 300,000 likes and over 75,000 retweets.
On March 2, Israeli journalist Ron Ben Yisha reported after touring the site that the memorial had not been destroyed or damaged, as Zelensky and his officials claimed. Translated from the Israeli news website ynet:
|"The memorial site in Babi Yar was neither destroyed nor damaged. After touring all over the large site I can report with certainty that no monument was damaged and no bomb, missile or shell hit the grounds. The closest impact to Babi Yar was in the Kiev media and television tower complex, about 300 meters from the new monument, and about a kilometer from the old monument </ref>to the victims of the WWII massacre."|
Zelensky and his officials lied to the world. Worse, their lie suggested that all those who chose inaction were essentially collaborators in the next holocaust.
Speech to United States Congress
According to Dan Cohen, the Washington DC correspondent for Behind The Headlines, on March 16, 2922, Zelensky made a speech to the U.S. Congress quoting Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'I Have a Dream' speech calling for a no-fly zone over Ukraine and World War III. The speech was written by Daniel Vajdich and Andrew Mac. Vajdich is a registered foreign agent for the Ukrainian Federation of Employers of the Oil and Gas Industry and a nonresident senior fellow at the Russophobic Atlantic Council. Andrew Mac registered as a lobbyist for the Ukrainian dictator in 2019 and runs the Washington DC office of Ukrainian law firm Asters Law.
Ukrainian Permanent Representative at the United Nations Sergiy Kyslytsya’s February 23, 2022 speech to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) was written by the managing director of the DC lobbying firm SKDKnickerbocker (SKDK), Stephen Krupin, a former senior speechwriter for Barack Obama who worked extensively on the 2020 Biden campaign. Biden senior advisor Anita Dunn is a co-founder of SKDKnickerbocker.
- See also: Battle of Mariupol
Like Chancellor Adolf Hitler of Germany during the besieged Battle of Stalingrad, President Zelensky refused to allow the neo-Nazi forces of the Azov Battalion in Mariupol to surrender and ordered them to fight to the last man. Stalingrad, like Mariupol, was a hopeless cause early on, yet the order to continue fighting only bought time for Nazi forces to carry out atrocities against civilians whom they considered "Untermensch". On April 20, 2022, a date which has been commemorated by Nazi groups as Hitler's birthday, reports emerged that
|"According to the content of the radio intercepts, the commanders of the armed formations remaining at Azovstal, realizing the hopelessness of their situation, are ready to lay down their arms, but only on the appropriate order (command) from Kyiv. Without receiving such an order, the commanders of the Ukrainian armed formations cannot make a decision on their own, since a military tribunal with a sentence, up to and including execution, awaits them for these actions in Ukraine.”|
According to testimony, the command of the 36th Brigade gave an order to fire on both military and civilians, which members refused. Zelensky ignored the pleas of the 36th Naval Brigade holed up in the Azovmash factory next door to Azovstal. The Brigade surrendered to the Russian and DNR forces.
Zelensky celebrates Nazism on Victory Day
Zelensky marked World War II Victory Day Moscow celebrations in 2022 by sharing an image of a Ukrainian soldier wearing the ‘death’s head’ patch of the notorious Nazi Waffen SS Totenkopf division. While the picture was soon deleted from his social media, the Ministry of Defense in Kyiv also posted the same photo.
The offending item was placed on Instagram and Telegram by Zelensky, on Victory Day, May 9, 2022. In it, a soldier next to an artillery gun wears the ‘death’s head,’ or “totenkopf” insignia of the 3rd SS Panzer Division, a unit of SS soldiers infamous for committing numerous war crimes and massacres of French civilians and Polish Jews. The Division also murdered 100 British citizens in France. Advocacy groups consider the death’s head logo a “hate symbol” used by “Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists.”
- See also: Ukrainian collusion
On September 4, 2019 former Prosecutor General Victor Shokin made a sworn affidavit outlining Joe Biden's shakedown of the Ukrainian government to kill the criminal investigation into Hunter Biden. Democrat Sen. Chris Murphy, while travelling to the Ukraine, delivered a quid pro quo message to Zelensky: if the Zelensky government co-operated with Trump administration Attorney General Bill Barr and the U.S Justice Department investigating DNC/Ukrainian collision and interference in the 2016 presidential election, Congressional Democrats would withhold funding aid.
Trump sham impeachment
- See also: Deep State coup 2.0
President Trump phoned Volodymyr Zelensky to congratulate him on his electoral win. Three days before the call, The Washington Post published an article entitle, As vice president Biden said Ukraine should increase gas production. Then his son got a job with a Ukrainian gas company. Trump mentions "a lot of people are talking about it" and "a lot of people want to know". The conversation took place the day after Robert Mueller cleared President Trump of any wrongdoing before Congress. The Poroshenko regime installed by the Obama administration in Maidan coup was defeated in parliamentary elections four days earlier. The transcript of the phone call reads:
|The President: I would like you to do us a favor though because our country has been through a lot and Ukraine knows a lot about it. I would like you to find out what happened with this whole situation with Ukraine, they say Crowdstrike… I guess you have one of your wealthy people… The server, they say Ukraine has it. There are a lot of things that went on, the whole situation. I think you’re surrounding yourself with some of the same people. I would like to have the Attorney General call you or your people and I would like you to get to the bottom of it. As you saw yesterday, that whole nonsense ended with a very poor performance by a man named Robert Mueller, an incompetent performance, but they say a lot of it started with Ukraine. Whatever you can do, it’s very important that you do it if that’s possible.|
President Zelenskyy: Yes it is very important for me and everything that you just mentioned earlier. For me as a President, it is very important and we are open for any future cooperation. We are ready to open a new page on cooperation in relations between the United States and Ukraine. For that purpose, I just recalled our ambassador from United States and he will be replaced by a very competent and very experienced ambassador who will work hard on making sure that our two nations are getting closer. I would also like and hope to see him having your trust and your confidence and have personal relations with you so we can cooperate even more so. I will personally tell you that one of my assistants spoke with Mr. Giuliani just recently and we are hoping very much that Mr. Giuliani will be able to travel to Ukraine and we will meet once he comes to Ukraine. I just wanted to assure you once again that you have nobody but friends around us. I will make sure that I surround myself with the best and most experienced people. I also wanted to tell you that we are friends. We are great friends and you Mr. President have friends in our country so we can continue our strategic partnership. I also plan to surround myself with great people and in addition to that investigation, I guarantee as the President of Ukraine that all the investigations will be done openly and candidly. That I can assure you.
Alexander Vindman is a Ukrainian nationalist born in Soviet Ukraine who immigrated to the United States as a child. Vindman harbors rabid anti-Russian and fanatical pro-Ukrainian sentiments. Vindman prepared the public readout of President Trump's congratulatory phone President-elect Zelensky. The public readout differed from the actual transcript and served as the basis for the Trump impeachment inquiry. According to Lt. Col. Jim Hickman who served on a combined US-Russian exercise with Vindman,
|I verbally reprimanded him for his actions, & I’ll leave it at that, so as not to be unprofessional myself. The bottom-line is LTC Vindman was a partisan Democrat at least as far back as 2012. So much so, junior officers & soldiers felt uncomfortable around him. This is not your professional, field-grade officer, who has the character & integrity to do the right thing. Do not let the uniform fool you…he is a political activist in uniform. I pray our nation will drop this hate, vitriol & division, & unite as our founding fathers intended!|
Vindman gave sworn testimony to the House Intelligence Committee that he gave orders countermanding the Commander-in-Chief, President Donald Trump. Vindman feared that President Trump was not doing enough to confront Vladimir Putin over the Crimean Annexation. A secret memorandum alleging President Trump acted improperly on the phone call with Zelensky was prepared by Vindman and handed off to Eric Ciaramella, who then gave it to Trump-Russia hoaxer Adam Schiff, prompting the sham impeachment of President Donald Trump.
On February 8, 2022 French President Emmanuel Macron announced at a joint press conference in Kiev that Zelensky was ready to implement the Minsk Agreements, promising that everything will go according to the wishes of the international community. On the next day: "The official Kiev has declared this evening that it was not willing to fulfill the Minsk agreements, and lead to direct negotiations with the Donbass. This happened only twenty-four hours after the joint press conference, Macron and Zelensky, when it was claimed that Ukraine would start with the implementation of the agreements. Of which the decision on war and peace directly depended.“
Addressing the 2022 World Economic Forum (WED), Zelensky said,
|"Although there is a rather good and long history between Ukraine and China, I would like to have an advantage in these relations compared to Russia."|
Hungarian Parliament Speaker Laszlo Kover said of Zelensky's personal conduct in diplomacy: “I can’t recall when a leader of a country in need of help would dare to speak out against anyone in a fashion like President Zelensky did, not only against Hungary, but even against the German Chancellor...One should threaten enemies, not those you want to make your friends…There is some kind of personal mental problem, and I don’t know what can be done about it."
In early June 2022 the weekly news magazine Der Spiegel reported that Germany does not trust Zelensky: “The fear that German weaponry could be sent into Russia highlights a certain distrust in Berlin of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky…And that, too, is a reason why the defense industry in Germany has not been authorized to deliver battle tanks”
Swiss MP and former editor-in-chief of the Tribune de Genève, Guy Mettan, painted a portrait of the acrobat who plays the role of president of Ukraine. He shows how this public entertainer became an ally of the Banderists and set up a dictatorship for them. Western media and leaders no longer know what superlatives to use to sing the praises of the Ukrainian president, so fascinated are they by the “amazing resilience” of the comedian miraculously transformed into a “warlord” and “saviour of democracy”.
Since 24 February, 2022vVolodymyr Zelensky has unquestionably proved himself to be an exceptionally talented artist in international politics. Those who had followed his career as a comedian were not surprised because they knew his innate sense of improvisation, his mimetic abilities and his audacity in acting. The way he campaigned and defeated tough opponents like former president Poroshenko in a few weeks between 31 December 2018 and 21 April 2019, mobilizing his production team and generous oligarch donors, had already proved the extent of his talents.
He was elected with a score of 73.2% of the votes, promising to put an end to corruption, to lead Ukraine on the path of progress and civilization, and above all to make peace with the Russian-speaking Donbass. As soon as he was elected, he betrayed all his promises with such untimely zeal that his popularity rating fell to 23% in January 2022, to the point of being outdistanced by his two main opponents.
From May 2019, to satisfy his oligarch sponsors, the newly elected president is launching a massive land privatisation programme covering 40 million hectares of good agricultural land under the pretext that the moratorium on land sales would have cost the country’s GDP billions of dollars. In the wake of the “de-communization“ and “de-Russification“ programs begun since the pro-US coup of February 2014, he is launching a vast operation of privatization of state assets, fiscal austerity, deregulation of labor laws and dismantling of trade unions, angering a majority of Ukrainians who had not understood what their candidate meant by “progress”, “westernization” and “normalization“ of the Ukrainian economy. In a country that, in 2020, had a per capita income of 3,726 dollars against 10,126 dollars for the Russian opponent, while in 1991 the average income of Ukraine exceeded that of Russia, the comparison is not flattering.
As for the march towards civilization, it will take the form of another decree which, on 19 May 2021, ensures the domination of the Ukrainian language and bans Russian from all spheres of public life, administrations, schools and businesses, much to the satisfaction of the nationalists and the astonishment of the Russian-speaking people in the south-east of the country.
Zelensky’s main sponsor, Ihor Kolomoïsky, who lives in Geneva where he has luxurious offices overlooking the harbour, is not the least of these oligarchs who profit from the prevailing corruption: on 5 March 2021, Anthony Blinken, who probably had no choice, announced that the State Department had frozen his assets and banned him from the United States because of “involvement in significant corruption“. It is true that Kolomoysky was accused of embezzling $5.5 billion from the state-owned Privatbank. Coincidentally, the good Ihor was also the main shareholder of the oil holding company Burisma, which employed Joe Biden’s son Hunter for a modest compensation of $50,000 a month and which is now under investigation by the Delaware prosecutor.
This is the same Kolomoïsky, who was a key figure in Ukraine’s progress, and who made Zelensky’s entire career as an actor and who is implicated in the Pandora Papers affair revealed by the press in October 2021. These papers revealed that since 2012, the TV channel 1+1 belonging to the sulphurous oligarch had paid no less than 40 million dollars to its star Zelensky and that the latter, shortly before being elected president and with the help of his close guard of Kryvyi Rih – the two Shefir brothers, one of whom is the author of Zelensky’s scripts and the other the head of the State Security Service, and the producer and owner of their joint production company Kvartal 95 – had prudently transferred considerable sums to offshore accounts opened in his wife’s name, while acquiring three undeclared flats in London for the sum of $7.5 million.
For the rapprochement of the flamboyant Volodymyr with the most extreme representatives of the Ukrainian nationalist right is not the least of Zelensky’s oddities. This complicity was immediately denied with the greatest virulence by the Western press, which judged it scandalous because of the president’s suddenly rediscovered Jewish origins. How could a Jewish president sympathize with neo-Nazis, who are presented as a tiny minority of outsiders? One should not give credit to Vladimir Putin’s “denazification” operation… What they fail to acknowledge is that left-wing Jews such as George Soros sometimes admit that they do not care for Jewish interests. Since the time of Moses, the worst enemies of the Jews came from within, not from without.
In July 2022 Zelensky added American journalist Glenn Greenwald to his enemies list.
One has to go back to October 2019 to understand the nature of the relationship between Zelensky and the far right. And you have to understand that these far-right formations, even if they only weigh 2% of the electorate, still represent nearly a million highly motivated and well-organized people who are spread across numerous groupings and movements, of which the Azov regiment (co-founded and financed as early as 2014 by Kolomoysky, still him!) is only the best known. To it must be added the organizations Aïdar, Dnipro, Safari, Svoboda, Pravy Sektor, C14 and National Corps to be complete.
C14, named after the number of words in the American neo-Nazi David Lane’s phrase (“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”), is one of the least known abroad but most feared for its racist violence in Ukraine. All of these groups were more or less merged into the Ukrainian army and national guard at the initiative of their leader, former interior minister Arsen Avakov, who ruled the Ukrainian security apparatus unchallenged from 2014 to 2021. They are the ones Zelensky calls “veterans” since autumn 2019.
A few months after his election, the young president went to Donbass to try to fulfil his election promise and enforce the Minsk agreements signed by his predecessor. The far-right forces, who have been shelling the cities of Donetsk and Lugansk since 2014 at the cost of ten thousand deaths, welcome him with the greatest circumspection because they are suspicious of this “pacifist” president. They are waging a merciless campaign against peace under the slogan “No surrender”. In one video, a pale Zelensky pleads with them: “I am the president of this country. I am 41 years old. I am not a loser. I’m coming to you and saying: take the guns out.” The video was released on social networks and Zelensky immediately became the target of a hate campaign. This will be the end of his desire for peace and the implementation of the Minsk agreements. Shortly after this incident, a minor withdrawal of the extremist forces took place, and then the bombing resumed in earnest.
The problem is that not only has Zelensky given in to their blackmail but he is joining them in their nationalist crusade. After his failed expedition in November 2019, he receives several far-right leaders, including Yehven Taras, the leader of C14, while his prime minister stands by Andryi Medvedko, a neo-Nazi figure suspected of murder. He also supports the footballer Zolzulya against Spanish fans who accuse him of being a Nazi because of his proclaimed support for Stepan Bandera, the nationalist leader who collaborated with Nazi Germany during the war (and with the CIA after the war) and participated in the Jewish Holocaust.
Collaboration with nationalist radicals is well established. In November last year, Zelensky appointed the ultra-nationalist Pravy Sektor Dmytro Yarosh as special adviser to the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian army and, since February 2022, as head of the Volunteer Army, which is waging terror in the rear. At the same time, he appointed Oleksander Poklad, nicknamed “the strangler” because of his taste for torture, as head of the SBU’s counter-intelligence unit. In December, two months before the war, it was the turn of another Pravy Sektor leader, Commander Dmytro Kotsuybaylo, to be rewarded with the title of “Hero of Ukraine” while, a week after the start of hostilities, Zelensky had the regional governor of Odessa replaced by Maksym Marchenko, commander of the ultranationalist Aïdar battalion, the very same one with whom Bernard-Henri Lévy would make a point of marching.
Desire to appease the far right by giving them positions? Shared ultra-patriotism? Or a simple convergence of interests between a neo-liberal, Atlanticist, pro-Western right and a nationalist far right that dreams of smashing Russians and “leading the white races of the world in a final crusade against the Untermenschen guided by the Semites”, in the words of former deputy Andryi Biletsky, leader of the National Corps? It is not clear, as no journalist has ventured to ask Zelensky this question.
What is not in doubt, however, is the increasingly authoritarian, even criminal, drift of the Ukrainian regime. So much so that its zealots should think twice before nominating their idol for the Nobel Peace Prize. While the media look the other way, a real campaign of intimidation, kidnappings and executions is underway against local and national elected officials suspected of being Russian agents or of connivance with the enemy because they want to avoid an escalation of the conflict.
Zelensky kill list
- See also: Security Service of Ukraine#Myrotvorets
“One less traitor in Ukraine! He was found killed and was tried by the people’s court!” This is how the adviser to the Interior Minister, Anton Gerashenko, announced on his Telegram account the murder of Volodymyr Strok, mayor and former deputy of the small town of Kremnina. Suspected of having collaborated with the Russians, he was kidnapped and tortured before being executed. On 7 March, the mayor of Gostomel was killed because he had tried to negotiate a humanitarian corridor with the Russian military. On 24 March, the mayor of Kupyansk asked Zelensky to release his daughter, who had been kidnapped by SBU agents. At the same time, one of the Ukrainian negotiators was found dead after being accused of treason by the nationalist media. No less than eleven mayors have been reported missing to date, including in regions never occupied by the Russians…
In February 2021, Zelensky closed down three opposition channels deemed to be pro-Russian and supposedly owned by the oligarch Viktor Medvedchuk, NewsOne, Zik and 112 Ukraine. The State Department hails this attack on press freedom, stating that the US supports Ukrainian efforts to counter Russia’s malign influence…” In January 2022, a month before the war, Nash was shut down. After the war began, the regime went on a hunt for left-wing journalists, bloggers and commentators. At the beginning of April, two right-wing channels were also affected. Channel 5 and Pryamiy. A presidential decree obliges all channels to broadcast a single, pro-government tone of voice, of course. Recently the witch-hunt even extended to the country’s most popular critical blogger, Ukraine’s Navalny, Anatoliy Shariy, who was arrested on 4 May by the Spanish authorities at the request of the Ukrainian political police. Attacks on the press at least equivalent to those of the autocrat Putin, but never heard of in the Western media…
The purge was even more severe for political parties. It decimated Zelensky’s main opponents. In the spring of 2021, the home of the main opponent, Medvedchuk, was ransacked and its owner placed under house arrest. On 12 April, the oligarch deputy was forcibly interned in an undisclosed location, visibly drugged, deprived of visits before being shown on TV and offered in exchange for the release of the Azovstal defenders, in defiance of all the Geneva Conventions. His lawyers, threatened, had to give up defending him in favour of someone close to the services.
Last December, it was Petro Poroshenko, who was rising in the polls, who was accused of treason. On 20 December 2021, at 3.07 pm, the official SBU website listed him as a suspect for crimes of treason and support for terrorist activities. The former president was accused of “making Ukraine energy dependent on Russia and the leaders of the Russian-controlled pseudo-republics.”
On 3 March, activists of the Lizvizia Left were raided by the SBU and imprisoned by the dozen. Then on 19 March, repression hit the whole of the Ukrainian left. By decree, eleven left-wing parties were banned: Party for Life, Left Opposition, Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine, Socialist Party of Ukraine, Union of Left Forces, Socialists, Sharyi Party, Ours, State, Opposition Bloc Volodymyr Saldo.
Other activists, bloggers and human rights defenders are arrested and tortured, journalist Yan Taksyur, MMA boxer Maxim Ryndovskiy or activist Elena Brezhnaya, whose father was charred to death in the pogrom of 2 May 2014 at the Odessa House of Trade Unions.
To complete this list, we should mention the men and women stripped naked and whipped in public by the nationalists in the streets of Kiev, the Russian prisoners beaten and shot in the legs before being executed, the soldier whose eye was pierced before being killed, the members of the Georgian Legion who executed Russian prisoners in a village near Kiev, while their leader boasted that he never took prisoners. On the Ukraine 24 channel, it was the head of the army’s medical service who said he had given the order “to castrate all Russian men because they are subhuman and worse than cockroaches”. Finally, Ukraine is making extensive use of facial recognition technology from the company Clearview to identify dead Russians and broadcast their photos on Russian social networks, ridiculing them…
The examples could be multiplied, as there are so many quotes and videos of atrocities committed by the troops of the defender of democracy and human rights who presides over the destiny of Ukraine. But this would be tedious and counterproductive with a public opinion convinced that these barbaric behaviors are solely due to the Russians.
This is why no NGO is alarmed, the Council of Europe is silent, the International Criminal Court is not investigating, and press freedom organizations are silent. They have not listened well to what the kindly Volodymyr told them during a visit to Bucha at the beginning of April: “If we do not find a civilized way out, you know our people, they will find an uncivilized way out.”
Ukraine’s problem is that its president, willingly or unwillingly, has ceded power to extremists internally and to the NATO military externally in order to indulge in the pleasure of being worshipped by crowds around the world. Was it not he who told a French journalist on 5 March, ten days after the Russian invasion: “Today, my life is beautiful. I believe I am wanted. I feel that this is the most important meaning of my life: to be wanted. To feel that you are not just breathing, walking and eating something. You are living!”
- The activities of those politicians aimed at division or collusion will not succeed, but will receive a harsh response.
- There will be consequences for collaborators.
- or Zelenskiy (The Guardian) in Britain uses this "Zelenskiy" spelling, sometimes Zelenskyy aka the Cokehead of Kyiv
- VOLODYMYR ZELENSKY'S TRANSVESTITE DANCE. This clip of Zelensky dancing in high heels and tight leather pants
- Prism and Pen
- Maher: Women Can Believe Masculinity Is Toxic Or Worship Zelensky, But They Can't Do Both, Ian Schwartz, March 26, 2022
- In latest wiretapping leak, Yulia Tymoshenko appears to say ‘nuclear weapons’ should be used to kill Russians, By Adam Taylor, The Washington Post, March 25, 2014.
- Ukrainianism for all Russians
- Ukrainian ethnic slur for Kazakhs, Turks, Taters and Russians.
- A paraphrasing from the notorious 1943 Nazi tract quoted by Nazi leaders in Ukrainian, Der Untermenschen: "The subhuman is a biological creature, crafted by nature, which has hands, legs, eyes and mouth, even the semblance of a brain. Nevertheless, this terrible creature is only a partial human being. Although it has features similar to a human, the subhuman is lower on the spiritual and psychological scale than any animal." 
- C14. Who they are and why they are allowed to beat people. 15.11.2017.
- Servicemen of the Vinnitsa Battalion of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the actual state of affairs in the troops of Ukraine 1,071,758 views May 5, 2022. 
- ANOTHER UKRAINIAN UNIT DOESN'T WANT TO BE CANNON FODDER
- "A SHOCKING VIDEO FROM THE PHONE OF A DEAD MILITANT FROM LIMAN", "They threw us to the slaughter. For 4 days already, artillery, tanks, hailstones. We ask you to take us out, but they don't take us out. We are not meat with Kalash against artillery."
April 10 at 11:06 PM · Mariupol, Ukraine ·
Dear Ukrainian people. We are the 36th Navy Brigade named after the counter-admiral Mikhail Bilinsky, left Crimea without betraying the oaths of 2014 and continued to perform the duty of defense of Ukraine. From the beginning of the exit we have been defending Mariupol for 47 days. We were bombed from airplanes, we were shot from artillery, tanks and other firematerials. We kept the defense worthy by doing the impossible. But any resources have a potential to run out. During the combat, we were once handed 50 122 guns, 20 min a little enlavs and starlink Elon Musk - spybo Elon, he had a lot of air strikes and still works. We have not been handed over any more. Without the possibility of defending themselves, the opponent gradually pushed us to the Azovmash plant, surrounded the fire and now is trying to destroy us. There was an option to bring us reserves to strengthen and boost the defense. There were options for the brigade to make a breakthrough and join their troops. We reported this to OTU East and they started planning the operation. Sodol, Delatitsky tried to do something, but their senior headquarters were closed. We reported about it in the OOS they said hold on we are working, promised a helicopter that never flew. We talked to the commander in chief who promised to unblock. We talked with a Garantee who guaranteed us either a political or military solution of the situation. For more than a month, the Marines fought without refilling ammunition, without food, without water, almost a lacquer from the puddle and died in packs. The mountain of wounded makes up almost half of the crew. Those who have unbroken limbs and can walk, return in order. Infantry all died and gunfighters are led by gunmen, zenitich, contacts of the driver and the police. Even an orchestra. Dying but fighting. Gradually we are coming to an end. Wise generals advise taking ammunition from your enemy. Probably not extinct these Sava parquettes, so many people will die for them in vain. There were chances. There were opportunities, but due to the silliness, they were not implemented. No one wants to communicate with us anymore because we are written off. Today will probably be an extreme fight since there is no BC left. Next up into the palm of the hand. Further is death for some, but captivity for some. Dear Ukrainian people. I don't know what's next, but I really ask you to remember the Marines with a kind word and no matter how they develop further, do not talk badly about the Marines. They did everything possible and impossible. For we are FAITHFUL FOREVER!
- Zalensky before he was installed as so called president.
- Body Language – Volodymyr Zelensky on 60 Minutes