December 1st, 2022 | STEVE PARKER

VOLODYMYR Zelenskyy Needs To Shut Up

The Ukrainian president keeps taking us closer to the brink of nuclear war.
America's beloved Ukrainian ally, president Volodymyr Zelenskyy, has been attempting to draw our nations into a hot war with Russia and a near certain world war since the invasion began. Fortunately, his lies and rhetoric have been exposed and trust in the Ukrainian regime has begun to fade inside of NATO.
Never have I been more inclined to yell at someone through my television as I am when Zelenskyy's face appears on the screen. “Sod off,” must exit my gaping mouth more than a dozen times a minute upon seeing his barmy mug. I have grown tired of him, my friends. By now, you should have too. Moreover, we have grown tired of his lies and his destructive rhetoric, which has drawn us to the brink of war with a nuclear power.

A Missile Hits Poland

With last month's missile strike in Poland, the Ukranian muppet has exposed his true colours.
The Express reports that Zelenskyy's lies have opened a row between NATO and Ukraine:

NATO and Ukraine found themselves at odds at an urgent meeting on Wednesday, it has been revealed, as Volodymyr Zelensky said he had "no doubt" a missile that killed two people after landing in Poland near the Ukrainian border was not of Ukrainian origin. NATO, Warsaw and the US all said they believed the missile was "likely" fired by Ukraine in order to defend themselves against Russian missiles, with the alliance's secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg making clear that it was "not Ukraine's fault", as the firing of the missile was "the direct result" of Putin's invasion of the country.

With that, Zelenskyy pressed on, as he often has, with an untrue, destructive and dangerous argument:

But Mr Zelensky would not budge on the issue, insisting that a report he received from the incident left him certain that it was "not our missile or our missile strike".

It is reported that Zelenskyy's statements have irked an international diplomat in Kiev, who spoke on conditions of anonymity, stating, “This is getting ridiculous. The Ukrainian's are destroying [our] confidence in them. Nobody is blaming Ukraine and they are openly lying.”
This comes days after Zelenskyy took to the internet to blame Russian “terrorists” for the missile attack and to encourage NATO to act immediately against them. For Zelenskyy, these kinds of baseless and incendiary remarks have followed a pattern since the war began.

A No-Fly Zone

At the beginning of the Russian invasion, Zelenskyy pressed for a no-fly zone, which would have similarly pushed NATO nations into direct confrontation with Russia. In March, he addressed the Canadian parliament to standing ovations and praise, after asking Canada to help with convincing NATO to create a no-fly zone over Ukraine.
A no-fly zone over Ukraine is not in anyone's best interest, except Zelenskyy's.
A no-fly zone over Ukraine would put American, Canadian and European jets directly against Russian jets in an attempt to enforce the zone. A single shot fired at either side would result in a declaration of war. As of yet, that has not happened. However, if that Ukrainian plonker were to get his way, Canadians would be involved in a full-scale and dramatic confrontation with Russia. Such a confrontation would not end well for a nation with a military the size of a rock concert.
This is not to mention how such a declaration would draw every NATO nation into the battle and inevitably lead to a third world war.
In March, Zelenskyy lashed out at NATO, calling the alliance weak and cowardly for shooting down prospects of a no-fly zone. He said, “The NATO summit took place today. It was a weak summit, confused summit, summit which shows that not everyone considers the struggle for freedom to be Europe's number one goal.”
He continued into a tirade, “All the people who will die starting from this day will also die because of you. Because of your weakness, because of your disunity. Is this the NATO we wanted? Is this the alliance you were building?”
No one appears to have rebuked Zelenskyy by reminding him that there is nothing confusing, or weak, about making efforts to avoid a nuclear holocaust.

Iranian Drones

Few things could be considered as destructive as firing a missile into Poland and blaming the Russians, but drawing one of the Islamic world's most loyal and powerful military powers into the war comes very close.
In October, Zelenskyy accused Iran of supplying kamakazi drones to Russia. If the allegations are as accurate as his allegations of Russia hitting Poland with missiles, the international community should remain wary of the Ukrainian president's destructive rhetoric.
During a roundtable interview with CBC and CTV, Zelenskyy said, “Iran supplied them with drones, they supply murders, murders of Ukrainians.” He then called it a financial agreement and accused Iran of taking blood money.
As should be expected, Canada's journalists nodded with concern and amplified the president's accusations without questioning his facts and motives.
In his ongoing pattern of incendiary warmongering and attempts to draw us into war, Zelenskyy again used Canada as a platform to spread his message. As his frustrations with other NATO allies continues to consume him, perhaps Canada is the only country willing to give a voice to Zelenskyy's dangerous demands and ideas.
I believe I speak for most sensible Canadians when I say it is time for Volodymyr Zelenskyy to shut up and go away. It is time for Canadians to stop giving him a platform.
December 2022