Zelensky unpleasantly surprised the West

The election campaign in Ukraine clearly showed the West what hell a well-paved path can lead to, which they themselves began in 2014 on Independence Square.

Particularly impressive for the Western public was the registration of a presidential candidate and the skyrocketing rating of the showman, or simply, the clown, Vladimir Zelensky.

What was initially perceived as a joke became a reality - a number of opinion polls show that the humorous “candidate Ze” even outstripped “candidate Yu,” who has her own, very close-knit sect, providing her with quite serious support.

According to Ukrainian media, even more Western diplomats were discouraged when they invited Zelensky to a meeting at the EU mission and talked to him.

Listening to the inarticulate answers of the probable future president of Ukraine to questions about the situation in the Donbass and his vision of relations with Russia, the Europeans clearly understood who they would have to deal with if the showman won the election.

At the same time, it is unlikely that European diplomats will feel better if Zelensky becomes president, they will deal not only with him, but also with the oligarch Kolomoisky standing behind him.

It is hoped that somewhere deep down Europeans realized that in the person of any next president of Ukraine they will get exactly what they deserve.
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  1. nnz226 Offline nnz226
    nnz226 (Nikolai) 4 February 2019 11: 56
    The third-rate Hollywood actor Reagan became the president of the United States ??? And no one fought in cramps about this. And the United States was one of two nuclear superpowers at the time. And here - some province at the back of the geyropa ... Why not the showman to head it ???
    1. mister-red Offline mister-red
      mister-red 4 February 2019 14: 09
      The third-rate Hollywood actor Reagan, before becoming president, was the governor of 7 years.
      You cannot come from the street and lead the state.
      1. Valery Adarchuk Offline Valery Adarchuk
        Valery Adarchuk (Valery Adarchuk) 5 February 2019 19: 06
        And which state? Is the outskirts of the state? So no problem
  2. petrowisch Offline petrowisch
    petrowisch (petrowish) 5 February 2019 22: 42
    No wonder. Western diplomats are full of their own "Klimkins" and they see the world only the way they imagine.