Z channels his inner Reagan and compares the defense of Ukraine with the decades-long defense of democracy in Berlin, ending with the falling of the wall in 1989.
At the end of his speech, Z says it’s crucial that “politics don’t even try to betray the soldiers, because, just as weapons are needed for defense, freedom always requires unity.”
So, maybe quashing the self-destructive campaign in Kyiv by MPs belonging to the president’s Servant of the People party to undermine Commander-in-Chief Valeriy Zaluzhny would be a good idea.
On the Ukrainian jacket, this scream for attention about moral corrosion.
Ed writes a nice essay for CEPA here.
And Timothy reminds us of his American lawmaker lament from last month here.
I gave up on House Speaker Mike Johnson the other day after he confessed to receiving instructions from god4.