BREAKING WORLD WAR III NEWS: CHURCHILLIAN LEADER AND THE “TIMES” MAN-OF-THE-YEAR PRESIDENT VOLODYMYR ZELENSKYY WILL BE VISITING WASHINGTON, D.C. ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT TO ADDRESS U.S. CONGRESS IN PERSON. Daniel Whyte III president of Gospel Light Society International says, the churchillian President Zelenskyy has that rare manly leadership quality that shows up in how he looks at his soldiers. He looks at them without saying many words, but his look at them says a lot. A few of the questions that his eyes locking on theirs asks the men: (1) Are you still on board? (2) Are you still with me? (3) Are you alright? (4) You and I both wish we were not in this battle, but we are; Are you willing to stick to the fight and see what the end is going to be for our motherland? And finally, this is not a question: his eyes say, I care about you and your family. This is the reason why these men, most of them not Jewish, respect and protect the churchillian Jew President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Whether he wins or loses, lives or dies, this brave Israelite and son of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, will go down in history as a man’s man, a brave man, and a man destined for these times. By the way, in light of the fact that President Zelenskyy was a comedian himself before he became president — in the words of another Jewish comedian Bill Maher who rebuked all of the women around the world for lusting after President Zelenskyy’s MANLINESS — he rebuked the women for trying to tear down the patriarchy, for trying to tear down manhood by calling men worthless and no good, for he said in times like these you need a MANLY MAN to rise and take care of business and do what needs to be done. Zelenskyy is that man in the Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is preparing to visit Washington on Wednesday, according to three AP sources, in his first known trip outside the country since Russia’s invasion began in February.
Two congressional sources and one person familiar with the matter confirmed plans for the visit. They spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the highly sensitive nature of the trip. They said Zelenskyy’s visit, while expected, could still be called off at the last minute due to security concerns.
The visit to Washington is set to include an address to Congress on Capitol Hill and a meeting with President Joe Biden. It comes as lawmakers are preparing to vote on a year-end spending package that includes about $45 billion in emergency assistance to Ukraine and as the U.S. prepares to send Patriot surface-to-air missiles to help stave off Russia’s invasion.
The latest tranche of U.S. funding would be the biggest American infusion of assistance yet to Ukraine, above even Biden’s $37 billion emergency request, and would ensure that funding flows to the war effort for months to come.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi encouraged lawmakers to be on hand for Wednesday evening’s session.
“We are ending a very special session of the 117th Congress with legislation that makes progress for the American people as well as support for our Democracy,” Pelosi wrote Tuesday in a letter to colleagues. “Please be present for a very special focus on Democracy Wednesday night.”
Zelenskyy has — almost daily — addressed various parliaments and international organizations by video and he has sent his wife to foreign capitals to drum up assistance.
On Tuesday, he made a daring and dangerous trip to what he called the hottest spot on the 1,300-kilometer (800-mile) front line, the city of Bakhmut in Ukraine’s contested Donetsk province. In a video released by his office from the Bakhmut visit, Zelenskyy was handed a Ukrainian flag and alluded to delivering it to U.S. leaders.
“The guys handed over our beautiful Ukrainian flag with their signatures for us to pass on,” Zelenskyy said in the video. “We are not in an easy situation. The enemy is increasing its army. Our people are braver and need more powerful weapons. We will pass it on from the boys to the Congress, to the president of the United States. We are grateful for their support, but it is not enough. It is a hint — it is not enough.”
The U.S. has committed almost $20 billion in security assistance to Ukraine since Russia launched its invasion on Feb. 24, according to figures from the Pentagon. The U.S. is also providing intelligence to Ukrainian forces and helping Ukraine fend off Russian cyberattacks and efforts at sabotage, American and Ukrainian officials have said.
Source: the Associated Press,
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