Sometimes it’s best to shut your big mouth; just keep it closed; say nothing while the country funding your war efforts against Russia processes the tragedy of the unhinged murder of children.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky likens himself a major celebrity (he actually was before becoming president) in the eyes of polite liberal society. He appears at the Academy Awards, in front of Congress, anywhere to garner publicity and push anti-Russia propaganda.
His benevolent facade and ‘war hero’ act are merely manipulation tactics used to garner sympathy and money from world leaders. Zelensky is the definition of corrupt; he’s despicable and shouldn’t be celebrated whatsoever.
Well, now Zelensky is sticking his nose in American affairs following a tragic mass shooting in which 19 children and two teachers were brutally murdered at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky lamented the mass shooting on Tuesday, offering his condolences to the families of the victims as he leads his country’s resistance to Russia’s war after it invaded in late February.
Deeply saddened by the news of the murder of innocent children in Texas. Sincere condolences to the families of the victims, the people of the US and @POTUS over this tragedy. The people of Ukraine share the pain of the relatives and friends of the victims and all Americans.
— Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) May 25, 2022
Zelensky would be better suited worrying about children in his own country, which is currently under siege by Russian forces with no end in sight. The Ukrainian President refuses to negotiate a peace treaty with Russia and is moving forward with a NATO application — a move that will result in bloody war violence.
Other Ukrainian officials offered their support in statements on Wednesday, with Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine’s foreign affairs minister, saying the country understands the United States’s pain.
“Horrible news from Uvalde, Texas,” he tweeted. “Our deepest sympathy is with the victims and their families. As a nation that goes through the pain of losing innocent young lives, Ukraine shares the pain of our U.S. friends.”
At least 259 children have been killed in Ukraine since the Russian invasion on Feb. 24, and another 402 have been injured, according to the United Nations Human Rights Council.
All 19 of the children killed in a shooting at the Texas elementary school were in the same fourth-grade classroom, according to a state public safety official. The incident is the second-deadliest school shooting to occur in the U.S. since the Columbine High School shooting in 1999.
Meanwhile, thanks to the entire world’s support of Ukraine, world leaders have exacted severe economic sanctions on the average Russian citizen, severely limiting their abilities to make a living and feed their children.
Focus on that, Zelensky!
Author: Monica Hedren