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Ukrainian Money Corruption

The Ukrainian government admitted this week that $262 million was stolen from its military budget. Don’t worry, though; they’re going to fix it, they say.

Ukrainian Defense Minister Rustem Umerov said on Facebook that the government has rooted out this corruption and when they find it, “We react harshly to all such cases. We closely cooperate with law enforcement agencies and special services.”

So maybe the West wants to pay attention to this before sending more arms to Ukraine to fight a war that is based on a lie? They seem to have not noticed. German chancellor Olaf Scholz said this week that Europe needs “higher contributions” to the war in Ukraine. U.S. Congress is debating further aid to Ukraine and Senator Chris Coons said this week that it is a priority. For him anyway.

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