Just call him ‘Teflon’ Zelensky.
A sitcom clown who played the role as president of Ukraine and played the piano with his penis who was elected president in what the European Union classifies as the most corrupt country in Europe—Zelensky is championed by Washington and the mainstream media as a hero.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky was given another $4.5 billion from the U.S. to help Kyiv close a yawning budget deficit expected to come in at nearly $40 billion in 2023.
The funds will be provided through the World Bank and will enable Kyiv to “withstand the immense economic, social, and political pressures from Russia’s aggression in Ukraine,” the U.S. said.
“This assistance keeps basic government services like hospitals, schools, and utilities running, and it sustains support for emergency responders and firefighters that save the lives of Ukrainian citizens every day,” the statement read.
Since the war began on 24 February, the U.S. has sent nearly $70 billion of Americans’ money to Ukraine to keep bloodying the killing fields.
The Big Lie
This latest round of funding came after Zelensky was caught in a lie earlier this month, when he insisted that Russia fired two missiles into Poland that killed two. It made all the news and there were calls for reprisals. Had Russia attacked Poland it meant that as a NATO ally they were protected under Article 5 of the treaty which meant that NATO would unite to protect Poland and fight Russia… essentially the official start of WWIII.
The Russian-missile claim was later debunked after it was revealed that the missile was fired by Ukraine during a missile bombardment from Russia.
The West, desperate to keep the public interested in helping Ukraine, refused to criticize Kyiv and said Russia bears the ultimate responsibility because Ukraine was just responding to the bombardment.
TRENDPOST: It is worth noting that Poland has been one of the West’s biggest supporters of Ukraine’s war effort against Russia, and joined Zelensky in promoting the lie that the missiles were fired by Russia.
But despite the bluster, Warsaw does not want a direct clash with Russia.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, was pranked shortly after the bombing. He was under the impression that he was speaking to France’s Emmanuel Macron when he admitted that Warsaw is doing all it can to avoid that confrontation.
So, once again, Ukraine sees that the cavalry is not coming. These countries are only interested in supplying Ukrainians with enough weapons and supplies to make sure the war continues and Russia is weakened.