In the brave human rights democracy called “Ukraine” (we dropped the “the,” okay bud? It’s like when “The Batman” started being just “Batman”), if you disagree with the government, you lose your citizenship.
That’s the only way to defend the values of who we are in a rules-based order.
President Vladimir Zelensky has announced that the Ukrainian passports of Viktor Medvedchuk, the leader of the banned Opposition Platform – For Life party, and several other current and former opposition MPs have been revoked.
Medvedchuk, Andrey Derkach, Taras Kozak and Renat Kuzmin have been stripped of their Ukrainian citizenship based on materials prepared by the country’s Security Service (SBU) and migration authorities, and in line with the constitution, Zelensky said on Tuesday.
“If the parliamentarian chooses to serve not the people of Ukraine, but the killers who came to Ukraine, then we’re going to act accordingly,” he explained, implying that the politicians stripped of their citizenship had been working with Russia.
“Those aren’t the last such decisions. The special services are working,” Zelensky added.
All of the sanctioned individuals left Ukraine amid a crackdown on the opposition by Zelensky’s government following Russia’s military operation in the country, which started in February last year.
It actually didn’t start in February of last year, it just got a lot worse. Zelensky and Petro Poroshenko before him were also banning disagreement.
Basically, Russia was pretty well-liked in the Ukraine, which is why Party of Regions kept winning elections until the US staged a violent coup to overthrow the government. This isn’t really a confusing thing – they overthrew the government and then began enforcing their own agenda, which was to use the Ukraine as a prybar against Russia.
They literally could not find a goy they trusted to do the job, so they put this 4-foot Jew rat in charge.
He does nightly videos lying to people.
We have an entire lobbying group in the United States supporting Mexico and putting their agenda first, but in the Ukraine you’re not even allowed to say you don’t agree with a war with Russia.
There is actually no such thing as “democracy values.” The “values” are whatever the Jews want them to be, which is why there is zero consistency or internal cohesion, as would be the case with an actual value system.
This is backed up by dumb feminine emotionalism catered to the thing of the day. Whatever they want to happen, they form an extreme emotional narrative about it, and use that as a cudgel to claim anyone who doesn’t agree with them is evil.