Europeans Have No Right to be Tired of the Ukraine Conflict, Hohol Foreign Minister Declares

Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba

You owe it to the Ukraine, goy.

My Holocaust Holodomor, goy.


The European Union must cast aside all doubts about new anti-Russia sanctions and double down on slapping Moscow with new restrictions that would curb its missile industry, Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said on Tuesday.

Speaking at a regular briefing, Kuleba urged the EU to speed up the work on its ninth sanctions package, which he described as long overdue. “We are only hearing about an attempt to start serious work on its preparation. Such a situation is totally unacceptable,” the minister said.

He doesn’t accept it, goy.

You’re too slow for him, goy.

You owe him, goy.

In the same vein, he called on his EU colleagues “to put aside any doubts or, as it is fashionable to say, ‘fatigue,’ and to start to quickly complete the ninth sanctions package.”

If the Ukrainians are not tired, then the rest of Europe, all the more, has neither the moral nor the political right to get tired,” Kuleba stressed.

It’s not a suggestion – it’s an order, goy.

The Ukraine is in charge now, goy.

They make the decisions about your economy and your life, goy.

You will freeze and then starve, because it’s your duty, goy.

The Ukraine is a democracy, and our values in a democracy is endless war for child anal sex in the Donbass, goy.

Europe’s duty to the Ukraine will end when every last Ukrainian is ground into dust by the Russian military.