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Ukraine marked Day of Workers of the Prosecutor’s Office of Ukraine on December 1. The occasion is an opportunity for corrupt businessmen and indicted lawmakers to congratulate employees of the disgraced law-enforement agency with even more bonuses, gifts, awards and bribes.
On December 5, Prosecutor General Andriy Kostin, appointed last summer, asked inspectors to investigate why so many shady-looking people carried heavy bags to his HQ on the professional holiday. Kostin succeeded Iryna Venedytkova, a Z-team hack who was dispatched as Ukraine’s Ambassador to Switzerland after Russia attempted to decapitate Kyiv in February 20221.
In possibly-related news, Z “couldn’t make it to the briefing” for U.S. Senators yesterday about the urgent need for them to approve a supplemental request for $62 billion of new military and financial assistance. As of this writing, the President’s Office hasn’t offered an explanation why he failed to make an appearance.
Ukraine’s defense minister tells FoxNews: “This is a war, the situation changes. But I think Z is thanful and will make an appearance when the opportunity presents itself next time.” This xlates to: bad explanation.
News from the front is encouraging: lots more dead Russians.
Today is Day of the Armed Forces of Ukraine!
And, finally, this:
Almost 25 minutes into the vlog post, Isabelle from The Washington Post appears and answers patty-cake questions about her newspaper’s dubious coverage of the war. It was difficult to understand what Isabelle was trying to say because she failed to decline adjectives and nouns or conjugate verbs. In Russian, altho it sounded Serbianish.