By their deeds shall you know them

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is Russian President Vladimir Putin’s personal representative in Kyiv. His agent of influence, even.


Indeed. It reads like a piece of satire, but the following message that has been circulating on the Internet lately seems to have made a few pretty valid points.

Within the three months since Russia invaded Ukraine (Feb. 24, 2022), here’s the Top Ten list of Zelensky’s achievements:

  1. He strengthened Russia’s currency, the rouble, to record levels.
  2. He has been robbing the West of record amounts of money, and all that in broad daylight.
  3. In addition to Crimea, he has donated the Donbass region to Russia, too.
  4. He cut off natural gas supplies to all of Europe.
  5. He emptied European Union’s and American drivers, farmers, entrepreneurs and manufacturers’ wallets.
  6. Almost all of the important Western companies have left Russia since the start of the so-called Special Operation, thus letting their Russian competitors take over.
  7. He’s been demanding such huge weaponry supplies that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz was forced to admit his own armed forces, the Bundeswehr, were running out of their stock.
  8. He assembled the entire riff-raff of Nazi subculture, including tattooed castaways and murderers from all of the rest of the planet, in one spot, enabling the Russians to eliminate them all in one fell swoop.
  9. He united the Russians around Putin: Russia’s President and his entire cabinet have never experienced so much widespread and genuine support during the former KGB officer’s rule like they enjoy now.
  10. He ensured the creation of perhaps the strongest, most stable and firmest alliance between Russia and China throughout the history of both nations (and humanity).

And a bonus point, while we’re at it: Volodymyr Zelensky managed to split the Western public opinion into pro-Ukrainian and pro-Russian factions (depending on whose information or disinformation people trust more).

It would be a shock if Russia doesn’t award her greatest honour, the Order of the Hero of the Russian Federation, to the current President of Ukraine, once all is said and done and the dust has settled.

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