Zelensky Begs Biden to Bring Peace

If only Trump were sitting in the Oval Office.

Leftists continue to throw fits because Trump had a good working relationship with Putin. But guess what? He also had a good working relationship with Zelensky. And you can bet the citizen of Ukraine wish Donald Trump was still at the helm.

Unfortunately, we’re left with a demented clown that has no idea how to broker peace. Biden’s idea of helping Ukraine started with threats to pull their funding years ago. But he was a mere vice president in those days, covering up for a crackhead son.

To be honest, I’m surprised Zelensky would consider Biden an ally in the first place. He’s clearly tied to Russia. Biden’s spent the past year buying billions of barrels of Russian oil. At least one Biden adviser and many lobbyists have been raking in millions thanks to that move. So while the American people seem to back Zelensky, he’s barking up the wrong tree if he wants Biden’s help.

No-Fly Zone

Once again, Zelensky pleaded with Congress to implement a no fly zone over Ukraine to help defend the country against Russian attacks. At one point, Zelensky took his words straight to Biden.

Fox News explains:

Zelenskyy, speaking to U.S. lawmakers from Kyiv, where he has chosen to remain even as Russian forces move on the city, thanked President Biden for his “personal involvement” and “sincere commitment to the defense of Ukraine,” and the United States for the aid it has provided.

“However, now it is true in the darkest time for our country, for the whole Europe, I call on you to do more,” Zelenskyy said

He also issued a direct message to President Biden.

“I’m addressing the President Biden,” Zelenskyy said. “You, the leader of your nation, I wish you to be the leader of the world.”

He added: “Being the leader of the world means being the leader of peace.”

“Ladies and gentlemen, friends, Americans, in your great history, you have pages that would allow you to understand Ukrainians understand us right now, when we need you right now,” he said. “Remember Pearl Harbor, terrible morning of December 7, 1941, when your sky was black from the planes attacking you. Just remember it.”

Zelenskyy went on to invoke Sept. 11, 2001, calling it a “terrible day” when “independent territories” were turned into “battlefields,” and “when innocent people were attacked—attacked from the air.”

“Yes, just like no one else expected. You could not stop it. Our country experienced the same every day,” Zelenskyy said. “Right now at this moment, every night for three weeks now, various Ukrainian cities, Odesa and Kakutani, have been so many predominantly of Mariupol.”

Zelenskyy said Russia has “turned the Ukrainian sky into a source of death for thousands of people,” saying there are missiles and “countless bombs.”

“They use drones to kill us with precision,” he said. “This is a terror that Europe has not seen for 80 years, and we are asking for a reply—for an answer from this terror from the whole world.”

“Is this a lot to ask for, to create a no-fly zone over Ukraine to save people? Is this too much to ask? A humanitarian no-fly zone, something that Ukraine—that Russia would not be able to terrorize our free cities?” Zelenskyy pleaded.

“If this is too much to ask, we offer an alternative,” Zelenskyy said, calling for air “powerful, strong” air systems to “protect our people, our freedom, our land.”

“You know that they exist and you have them, but they are on earth,” he said. “Not in Ukraine, not in the Ukrainian sky—they do not defend our people.”

Channeling MLK

Zelensky also mimicked sentiments from America’s most iconic civil rights leader.

Invoking Martin Luther King Jr., Zelenskyy said: “I have a dream.”

“These words are known to each of you. Today, I can say I have a need. A need to protect our sky. I need your decision, your help, which means exactly the same,” he said. “The same you feel when you hear the words, I have a dream.”

Pointing to World War II, Zelenskyy said that “the war of the past have prompted our predecessors to create institutions that should protect us from war, but, they unfortunately don’t work.”

“We see it. You see it. So we need new ones, new institutions, new alliances, and we are for them,” Zelenskyy said.

He proposed “to create an association, United for Peace, a union of responsible countries that have the strength and consciousness to stop conflicts, immediately provide all the necessary assistance in 24 hours, if necessary—even weapons, if necessary, sanctions, humanitarian support, political support.”

“If such an alliance would exist today…we would be able to save thousands of lives in our country, in many countries of the world who need peace, those who suffer inhumane destruction,” Zelenskyy said.

Leaders are Obligated to Lead

I’m not even sure why Biden wanted to be President. Could it be the chance to ride on Air Force One? Is the White House chef particularly incredible? Or maybe it’s just the shape of the Oval Office that amuses the imbecile. Because no where does Biden give the impression that he’s worried about his legacy. Or what he can contribute to the American people. Or the economy. I’ve searched high and low, yet I cannot find a single aspect where Biden exhibits true leadership. (If I’m wrong, please correct me.)

No matter where you sit on the Russian/Ukrainian conflict, Zelensky is right when he says that it is “not enough to be the leader of a nation.” He added, being the leader of the world means to be the leader of peace,” Zelenskyy said. “Peace in your country doesn’t depend any more only on you and your people–It depends on those next to you and those who are strong.”

“Strong is brave and ready to fight for the survival of his citizens and the citizens of the world, for human rights, for freedom, for the right to live decently and to die when your time comes and not when it’s wanted by someone else–by your neighbor,” he continued.

Zelenskyy said the Ukrainian people are “fighting for the values of Europe and the world” and “sacrificing our lives in the name of the future.”

“That’s why, today, the American people are helping not just Ukraine, but Europe and the world, to keep the planet alive, to keep justice in history,” Zelenskyy said.

Zelenskyy said he is 45-years-old, but said his age “stopped when the hearts of more than 100 children stopped beating.”

“I see no sense in life if I cannot stop the deaths,” Zelenskyy said. “And this is my main issue and the leader of my people, great Ukrainians, and the leader of my nation.”

Meanwhile, Biden still believes a no-fly zone would escalate tensions and lead to WWIII. But no matter how you slice it, a global conflict is likely in our future. So Biden needs his handlers to think hard and decide once and for all which side of history America should aim for. At this point, it’s anyone’s guess.


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