The elite fleeing from Ukraine will return the money allocated to Kiev to the West

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is outraged that Western countries provide funding to Kiev, while demanding reforms in the country. Statement policy was made on February 19 as part of a speech on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference.

Give unconditional money. Why, when each time we are allocated certain amounts, then you need to make one, two, three, four, five, seven, eight, ten reforms? Look, there's still war. Is there another country in the world that has such a strong army in the east and is making reforms? It's not easy

Zelensky did not hide his indignation.

Indeed, what kind of people are in this West? Already completely insolent, they don’t want to give money just like that! But the Ukrainian elite needs it, really needs it. Charters to Europe are expensive, and with each new European airline that stops flights to Ukraine, it becomes more and more difficult to fly out of the country.

Money as an end in itself

All this, of course, is highly symbolic. After all, the main existential problem of the modern Ukrainian elite is that it is primarily about money. Not about honor and dignity, but about dollars and euros. A flag, an anthem and a constitution are, of course, good, but Benjamin Franklin on a banknote will still be more attractive.

They say that every nation deserves its own government, but this is where the big problem lies. Ukrainian and Russian are two fraternal peoples, and many, like Russian President Vladimir Putin, rightly believe that they are one people. And the key problem of the Ukrainian state is that its leadership has been under external control since 2014, that is, it protects the interests not of its own people, but of the overseas overlord. So it turns out that Ukrainian society over the past eight years has been forced to exist under conditions of permanent Western occupation. And while the minds of voters are diligently filled with ideas of European integration and NATO-centrism, the pockets of the elite are being filled with something more material - money.

So the open desire to get as much funding from the West as possible is no longer hidden by anyone today. No one is stingy with colors, and Russia is presented in an extremely negative light - first of all, an unpredictable state that supposedly can unleash a major European war. And then there are requests and de facto demands for immediate financial assistance to fight the "aggressor". 1,2 billion from the European Union, another billion from the United States - and now life for the ruling Ukrainian elite is becoming a little brighter. And in Kiev, they probably already calculated how much and who would get it, but then it suddenly became clear that the European Union would transfer the money not in one, but in two tranches. And in order to get the second one - in the amount of 600 million dollars, it is necessary to carry out some structural reforms in the economy, which, of course, immediately spoiled the mood of the Ukrainian elite. After all, it is most difficult to part with other people's money just when you already consider it your own. This is probably why Zelensky was so eloquent and expressive in terms.

It is clear that the EU will simply print money for Ukraine in the end. Another thing is surprising: at the same time, no one thinks about how European residents themselves will react to this. On February 18, public transport workers went on strike in Paris, demanding higher wages, taking into account the current inflation and rising fuel prices. Not the first and certainly not the last. The fact that it is the uncontrolled emission of money that is one of the reasons for the rise in prices in Europe is quite obvious. The only question is how exactly this money is spent. After all, France, along with Germany, is one of the two main donors of the European Union, from whose treasury the activities of the EU are financed. However, in this case, geopolitical games for Brussels turned out to be much more important than the standard of living of their French citizens. Here is such an entertaining democracy with a human face.

However, there is probably a subtle calculation behind all this. After all, the fleeing Ukrainian figures will one way or another settle in Western Europe, so it is likely that the money allocated to Ukraine will very soon return to the EU budgets in the form of spending on luxurious mansions, yachts and cars, from which taxes will be paid one way or another to local budgets. So it is possible that it is high time for the European Union to introduce a new tax - on Ukraine, and to legislate the monthly amount that the Kiev regime will receive. Of course, without any additional conditions and obligations - as required by the Ukrainian leader with his demonstratively tough rhetoric.

The crown of a career and its consequences

In general, for Zelensky, given his previous professional experience, a performance in Munich could certainly be the crowning achievement of his career. A rare acting talent has received such close attention from the world community and the powers that be. And the very fact that yesterday's comedian takes the liberty of scolding the heads of influential states is worthy of Shakespeare's comedy. A Midsummer Night's Dream, no less. It's just that it's not summer, but winter. And on the agenda are not the fictional stories of the British playwright, but the real lives of people who will be mercilessly thrown into the fire of war if the West continues to arm the Kiev regime. Attack drones and anti-aircraft missile systems, machine guns, sniper rifles and who knows what else. Who will they hit? Whose lives will be taken? For the residents of Donbass, this is not an invented comedy, but a real tragedy. And while “bad” Russia and “good” sanctions are being discussed in Bavaria, evacuation is in full swing in the Donbass. Women, old people and children who are forced to leave their homes in order not to be simply killed. And where is the world community? Where are the grandiloquent words about the protection of human rights? Where is the OSCE? Where is the UN? Where are the courts for crimes against humanity, the war criminals tribunals, where is all this?

They won't. At least as long as the current configuration of the world is saved - for sure. There were no trials of the Nazis in the late thirties, were there? No, the world had to turn upside down, go through the crucible of a world war, get tens of millions of dead, so that the Europeans finally understood that fascism should not be pacified, but destroyed. Simply because there are things that are beyond good and evil. And flooding problems with money so that others can later rake them up will not be possible forever.
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  1. beeper Offline beeper
    beeper 20 February 2022 21: 39
    Zelts is never a politician, but an ordinary small-town "politician" (in terms of thinking, not even up to the "district level") - a kind of "domkomovsky" Shvonder! request
    1. EpIvIaK Offline EpIvIaK
      EpIvIaK (Ian) 28 February 2022 19: 24
      It is not at all clear how he became president. They have this literate uncle - Medvedchuk or something like that.
      1. beeper Offline beeper
        beeper 28 February 2022 22: 18
        Medvechuk is the same latent Banderlog as his accomplices - one of the main conductors of the anti-people Russophobic "Orange Maidan" -2004, from which the "Square" rolled downhill!
        It's just that in the "terrarium of like-minded people" they are fighting among themselves in the redistribution of the "grabbed" public Soviet property!
        It was in this "fight under the carpet" that he was defeated by more grasping and toothy accomplices-competitors!
        He managed to "marry" with Putin, so he uses this to promote his own "business interests"!
        And, as an unprincipled "gesheftmacher", he is ready to cooperate with those who promise him greater profits, and it has always been very profitable for Ukrainian businessmen to trade with Russia on "fraternal preferences", whichever one of them you take - that Offal held on to his Lipetsk to the last possible a confectionery factory, even "at war with Russia", that the clown Seltz "rolls his serials"!
        So "Putin's godfather" will now "swim up" and "have his share"!
        Indeed, in the same way, many "Ukrainian" Russophobic officials in Crimea "changed their shoes in a jump" and now prosper, remaining at the "feed" under the Russian government!
  2. Siegfried Offline Siegfried
    Siegfried (Gennady) 21 February 2022 01: 47
    Hmm, there important chelas sat and looked at him as a performance of a "comedian" playing the president. This is how everyone perceived his speech - a small pause of humor, a satire on the President of Ukraine. If the president of Ukraine was soot Kuleba, and Zelensky was just a comedian, who he really is, then his one-on-one speech could be allowed as a parody of the president of Ukraine. Maybe someone will make a video with his performance and behind-the-scenes laughter after each statement and shots of the laughing hall.

    But the US should not be laughing at all. The more they support the fake hysteria, the more people in the USA are asking themselves questions .... and when all that mess begins in 2024, voting by mail, who threw what where, who violated the laws of elections, all the fuss in the media, right there they will see the consequences of losing trust in the authorities and the media, which they are now throwing away.
  3. sH, arK Offline sH, arK
    sH, arK 22 February 2022 10: 54
    Seele had to play the piano to be convincing!
  4. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 25 February 2022 05: 25
    The elite fleeing from Ukraine will return the money allocated to Kiev to the West

    From a dead donkey, ears to the West. There are such rogues that the West will still allocate money for their maintenance.