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I am a man who never allows my sympathy for others to outshine my logical, rational judgement.
What is happening to the innocent people of Ukraine is a tragedy, but a stark reminder that wherever we are, whoever we are, the state and the government are the greatest threats to peace, prosperity, and humanity the world has ever seen.
In short—we are all Ukraine, each and every single one of us is a Ukrainian or a Russian. They are oppressed by nefarious forces the same way we are menaced and oppressed by nefarious forces..
Raising a flag for Ukraine or virtue signaling on social media does not alleviate the fact that human beings the world over are plagued by the same cancer—the same disease we must eradicate at the cellular level.
Political parasites, corporate conglomerates, big tech, the mainstream media, the world economic forum, globalist organizations, psy-ops, and the panopticon at the center of the police state hold us all down regardless of nationality.
All of us are victims of the World Economic Forum and its planning—people never want war. Only the psychopathic individuals in these organizations and those in the political state are for this.
Zelensky of Ukraine is not a ‘hero’. He is not ‘daring’, or ‘bold, or ‘brave’ or a ‘freedom fighter’; he is likely a World Economic Forum puppet, and he acts rather strangely for a global leader purportedly under duress for a long time.
Much of the time I am watching him I feel like he is on a reality TV show for war, as opposed to an actual situation in which his people are suffering—due to his own folly, and the folly of others like NATO and the U.S. government.
While we are at it, Putin is no hero either. Make no mistake, his actions in Ukraine were 100% provoked by NATO, and he is taking steps to defend his borders from harassment by hostile powers—which should be a priority for any leader…
That being said, he is also likely in on the games, and is not a humanitarian…
I doubt many people reading this are convinced by Zelensky, or his intentions, but just in case you were—take a look through these reports and come to your own conclusions about Ukraine’s current leader:
In a related report, Newsweek writes that at Zelensky’s behest Visa and Mastercard have suspended operations in Russia.
Look at the subtext here: these powerful financial services companies are giving up precious money simply to virtue signal and satisfy the leader of a small country…
What does this say to you? Why would they do this? What is the primary motivation here, unless some sort of larger economic plan is at work globally?
Here is a statement from Al Kelly, Visa’s C.E.O:
Al Kelly, Visa’s CEO, condemned the war as an “ongoing threat to peace and stability” that demands they “respond in line with our values” in a statement.
“We are compelled to act following Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, and the unacceptable events that we have witnessed,” he wrote. “We regret the impact this will have on our valued colleagues, and on the clients, partners, merchants and cardholders we serve in Russia.”
Zero Hedge had updates from Zelensky on the Ukrainian Russian conflict:
In fresh remarks given to ABC News, President Zelensky hinted that Kiev could be willing to compromise on some of these proposals. He said:
“I’m talking about security guarantees. I think items regarding temporarily occupied territories and unrecognized republics that have not been recognized by anyone but Russia, these pseudo-republics.
But we can discuss and find the compromise on how these territories will live on. What is important to me is how the people in those territories are going to live who want to be part of Ukraine.”