People close to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky now say that he has become a “deluded” leader because he knows that the war with Russia can’t be won.
He “doesn’t plan to quit or give up fighting or even to sue for any sort of peace,” according to one of Zelensky’s senior advisers, who told Time Magazine of his extreme insanity. Due to his insanity, the crazy man will kill many more of his own people.
“Instead, his faith in Ukraine’s final triumph over Russia has grown stronger in a way that concerns some of his advisors.” The aide stated, “It is unmovable and almost messianic.”
“We have no other choice. We’re not getting ahead. But attempt to tell him that,” the aide said.
Despite the fact that it is evident that Russia will prevail in the conflict and that Ukraine has no other alternatives, Zelensky continues to speak to the media as though triumph is still possible.
“For us, it would entail keeping this wound exposed for the next generations,” Zelensky told Time. “Perhaps it will soothe a few individuals both within and outside of our nation—at least those who are eager to put an end to matters at any cost. I don’t like that, though, because it means we still have this powerful force. We are only delaying its explosion.”
Big League Politics says that anger between Israel and Hamas is making people become less interested in Zelensky’s cause:
“Israel has turned down Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s request for a meeting, which means the Jewish country is giving him the silent treatment.”
Following the recent attack by Hamas radicals on Israel, Zelensky is trying harder and harder to stay important. People have become more interested in a new war, which has made the cause of Ukrainian freedom less important. Zelensky asked to meet with Israeli leaders to get some attention and get his shine back, but the Israelis knew it was an act for his own benefit and cut him off.
It was said that Zelensky wanted to go to Israel with United States State Secretary Antony Blinken this week, but Israeli leaders informed Zelensky that “the time isn’t right.” The Israelis have said they are open to having a meeting with Zelensky at some point, but it is clear that they don’t want this shameless attention-seeker to get in the way of their fight.
“People who use terror are breaking the law against everyone. Anyone who gives money to terrorists is breaking the law against everyone. Zelensky spoke out against Hamas fanatics in a tweet soon after the attacks. The world needs to stand united as well as in solidarity to ensure that terror doesn’t try to break or destroy life anyplace and at any time,”
It’s no longer funny to talk about Zelensky. His constant complaining didn’t start World War III, and the military-industrial system is now working on more useful projects.
Author: Scott Dowdy