Saint Zelensky Suspends Election & Steals $400 Million in US Aid.

by David Mulinix /  Original to Rise Up Times /  Source links below.

To get the US public to support the US Empire’s Proxy War in Ukraine, the Biden regime’s pro-war propaganda paints a picture of Zelensky as a saint fighting for democracy. This however is far from the truth.

In the reports below Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, and Polk Award winning investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald, as well as, a US State Department 2019 report on Human Rights in Ukraine document Zelensky’s corrupt, violent, autocratic governance of Ukraine.

In part one below award winning journalist Glenn Greenwald details Zelensky increasing his authoritarian rule over Ukraine. Zelensky’s most recent move was to suspend democratic elections in Ukraine until the war is won. Since most military experts assert that this war will
go on for many years, Zelensky has ensured that he will rule Ukraine indefinitely. Using presidential degree, Zelensky has also banned opposition political parties, and has imprisoned his political opponents. A year prior to Russia moving troops into the Donbass Zelensky closed down all opposition news agencies, now all news reported in Ukraine is controlled by the Zelensky regime. He has also imprisoned Ukrainian journalists who write critical stories about his regime, including US journalist Gonzalo Lira for reporting on the Zelensky government’s corruption and on the Nazi movement within his government. Zelensky has also banned churches where ethnic Russian Ukrainian’s worship.

AUTOCRAT: Zelensky Suspends Elections in Ukraine. By Glenn Greenwald

In part two below the US State Department details the ongoing Human
Rights abuses perpetrated by the Zelensky regime.

United States Department of State • Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor


Significant human rights issues included: unlawful or arbitrary
killings; torture and other abuse of detainees by law enforcement
personnel; harsh and life threatening conditions in prisons and
detention centers; arbitrary arrest and detention; substantial
problems with the independence of the judiciary; restrictions on
freedom of expression, the press, and the internet, including violence
against journalists, censorship, and blocking of websites;
refoulement; widespread government corruption; and crimes involving
violence or threat of violence targeting persons with disabilities,
ethnic minorities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and
intersex (LGBTI) persons. The government generally failed to take
adequate steps to prosecute or punish most officials who committed
abuses, resulting in a climate of impunity. Human rights groups and
the United Nations noted significant deficiencies in investigations
into alleged human rights abuses committed by government security

In part three award winning journalist Seymour Hersh reports on the
Zelensky regime stealing at least $400 million from US aid to Ukraine,
and siphoning off the funds into his own personal bank accounts. This
should be no surprise to anyone, because it has been long established
that Ukraine has one of the most corrupt governments in the world.

Amid rampant corruption in Kiev and as US troops gather at the
Ukrainian border, does the Biden administration have an endgame to the
By Seymour Hersh


David Mulinix is a member of the Media Committee of the coalition.

Dave Mulinix has been a political Activist who has been involved in
Grassroots Organizing for nearly 60 years. Inspired by Martin Luther
King Jr., he walked for Civil Rights as a teenager, and protested the
Vietnam War, and has been actively involved in just about every Peace
and Justice Movement since.

Mulinix is a co-founder of Our Revolution Hawaii, and one of the
organizers that helped Bernie Sanders win the 2016 Hawaii Democratic
Party primary, and he was the only presidential elector to vote for
Bernie Sanders for president in 2016. Mulinix is a co-founder of
350Hawaii that got the University of Hawaii Board of Regents to agree
to divest from fossil fuels in 2015, and got the Hawaii State
Legislature to declare a Climate Emergency during the 2021 legislative
session. In 2011 he joined the Occupy Movement, co-founding DeOccupy
Honolulu where the group used a civil disobedience encampment at
Thomas Square Park in Honolulu to highlight Hawaii’s houseless
problem, bringing houselessness from obscurity onto the front pages of
the news. He is also a co-founder of Food Not Bombs Hawaii, and has
been feeding the houseless at Thomas Square every Sunday, rain or
shine, since 2011.

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