THE ZELENSKY CLOWN SHOW
... I mean, seriously folks. Is this little twit for real? Well, sadly, yes. By now we've probably all seen those Ukrainian television shows with the future Hope for Mankind buck naked and playing a piano with his Oh Nevermind, so yes, this Clown and Twit show is for real. The good news is, his wardrobe has taken a definite step of improvement, since we no longer have to look at him in his birthday suit, but now can enjoy olive drab in all of its monochrome varieties. And hey, if he can wear camo fatigues in Congress, why not John Fetterwoman? ...er... Fetterman... uh... Fetterwhatever...
But back to the Zelensky clown show. Just as I was sitting down to begin this blog, I received an email from one of this website's regular readers up in Canada, R.P., who sent the following article about The Clown's address to the Canadian Parliament:
Yes, that's right folks, Zelensky and the whole Canadian Parliament were giving a standing ovation to a former Ukrainian member of the 14th Waffen SS Grenadier Division, a unit that the article makes clear was associated with war crimes:
The Canadian Parliament gave a standing ovation on Friday to a 98-year-old immigrant from Ukraine who fought in a Third Reich military formation accused of war crimes.
The elderly veteran, Yaroslav Hunka was honored during a session in which President Volodomyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine addressed the lawmakers to thank them for their support since Russia invaded his country, saying Canada has always been on “the bright side of history.” The Speaker of the House of Commons, Anthony Rota — who had compared Zelenskyy to Winston Churchill — recognized a “veteran from the Second World War who fought for Ukrainian independence against the Russians and continues to support the troops today even at his age of 98.”
The assembly then rose to applaud a man in a khaki uniform standing on the balcony, who saluted, according to this screenshot from Canadian television.
The man was identified as Hunka by the Associated Press, which published a photograph showing Zelenskyy smiling and raising a fist during the ovation.
The AP caption described Hunka as having “fought with the First Ukrainian Division in World War II before later immigrating to Canada.” The First Ukrainian Division is another name for the 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS, the military wing of the Nazi Party; the unit was also called SS Galichina.
This is the same unit that is honored by controversial monuments in Canada, Australia, and, as the Forward recently exposed, the suburbs of Philadelphia and Detroit. Jewish groups have called for their removal.
After a Forward article in August that was followed by coverage in the Philadelphia Inquirer, local television stations and other news outlets, the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia temporarily covered the monument located in a cemetery in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, pending discussions with local Jewish leaders. The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia and regional branches of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League had expressed outrage about the monument.
Formed in 1943, SS Galichina was composed of recruits from the Galicia region in western Ukraine. The unit was armed and trained by the Nazis and commanded by German officers. In 1944, the division was visited by SS head Heinrich Himmler, who spoke of the soldiers’ willingness to slaughter Poles.”
Three months earlier, SS Galichina subunits perpetrated what is known as the Huta Pieniacka massacre, burning 500 to 1,000 Polish villagers alive.During the Nuremberg Trials, the International Military Tribunal declared the Waffen-SS to be a criminal organization responsible for mass atrocities including the “persecution and extermination of the Jews, brutalities and killings in concentration camps, excesses in the administration of occupied territories, the administration of the slave labor program, and the mistreatment and murder of prisoners.”
After the war, thousands of SS Galichina veterans were allowed to resettle in the West, around 2,000 of them in Canada. By then, the unit was universally known as the First Ukrainian Division.
If you have any doubts about the effectiveness of the post-war Nazi and Fascist Internationals in capturing the cultures of the West, just remember, this clown and the "government" he represents have been loudly applauded by the legislatures both of Canada and the United States. Those "governments" are increasingly insane.
But while we're at it, do you remember the presidential campaign of Darth Hillary, and the whole kerfuffle over "pizzagate" and "spirit cooking"? Well, check out this latest act in the Zelensky Clown Show:
Yes, that's right: the Zelensky Clown (or whomever is really pulling his strings...and I have a few guesses on that) actually thinks this will be a good public voice for the Ukraine, after the transdisaster of the previous spokes-entity.
And here's the most insulting thing in this whole Clown Show: billions for the Ukraine, and nothing for East Palestine, Maui, or our own borders:
The United States has sent over $113 Billion in aid to Ukraine over five ’rounds’ during its conflict with Russia. By comparison, the US spent $209 Billion nationwide in 2023 on the federal highways and interstates. This past week Republicans in the House have signaled an increasing resistance to providing more aid to the eastern European conflict, according to a Washington Post columnist the Republican support is barely “hanging by a thread.”
Biden, this week, is discussing giving Ukraine another $325 million in military aid. There’s no word if any of these funds will be used to finance Abramovic’s ‘ambassadorship.’
Of course, that's all entirely predictable, given the Chinese- and Ukrainian-sponsored puppet show in the White (Out)House in the Swamp...
See you on the flip side...
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