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Zelensky: What About Me?

Ukrainian President Zelensky is a green monster of envy of Israel because the U.S. helped Israel intercept Iran’s drone attacks and has never done that for Ukraine.

“The whole world saw that Israel was not alone in this defense — the threat in the sky was also being eliminated by its allies,” Zelensky said in an address on Sunday. “And when Ukraine says that its allies should not turn a blind eye to Russian missiles and drones, it means action is needed — a bold one.”

It’s a fair question. Why does one war require direct involvement and the other doesn’t? It is inconsistent foreign policy but only a fool would expect U.S. foreign policy to be consistent. Zelensky is clearly that fool. If he wasn’t, he would have made good on the peace terms he agreed to two years ago.

In the absence of direct involvement, Ukraine is begging for scraps. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said this: “Even if you cannot act the way you act in Israel, give us what we need and we will do the rest of the job.”

Congress has yet to pass any further aid for Ukraine, despite British Foreign Secretary David Cameron begging them to.

U.S. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby told reporters on Monday that the U.S. will “not take on a combat role in Ukraine.”

“Different conflicts, different airspace, different threat picture,” Kirby said.

As if that explains it all!

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