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Zelensky to Biden: ‘Being Leader of the World means being the Leader of Peace’

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Wednesday morning Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke to United States representatives and President Biden in a desperate plea. He also played a video showing the horrors the Ukrainian people are living through.

Zelensky said to President Biden, “I see no sense in life if it cannot stop the death,” he said. “President Biden, you are the leader of our great nation. I wish you to be the leader of the world. Being the leader of the world means being the leader of peace.”

Zelensky stated, “remember Pearl Harbor…Remember September 11th…Our country experiences this every day, right now, at this moment, every night for three weeks now.” Being able to “close the skies over Ukraine” means the U.S. could shoot down Russian aircraft that flies over Ukraine in an act of war.

Zelensky once again asked for a ‘no fly zone’ over Ukraine so Russian aircraft could not attack from above. Also, Zelensky suggested creating a new union of “responsible countries” that have the “strength and consciousness to stop conflict immediately.” That would be done by imposing sanctions, providing humanitarian support, and as a result, would “keep peace” and “save the world and save lives.”

“If such an alliance existed today, we could save many lives in our country.”  Zelensky also proposed that the U.S. sanction all politicians in the Russian Federation; those who are “responsible for aggression in Ukraine.”

Zelensky also asked that American companies halt doing business in the Russian market immediately and suggested ports should be closed for Russian goods. “Peace is more important than income.”

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  1. Erleebird

    March 16, 2022 at 5:10 pm

    Biden is too busy protecting his son Hunter — at ANY cost! He’s had a life of luxury without contributing anything feasible to society; why should he care now when he never did???

  2. Gen Patton

    March 17, 2022 at 9:51 am

    President Zellensky is a great leader who is respected, unlike our feckless old man career politician.

    God Bless Ukraine, and our great country in Nov. 2022 when we vote out the MARXIST CORRUPT DEMOCRATS

    MAGA 2022 AND 2024

  3. MicMac69

    March 17, 2022 at 5:33 pm

    Zelensky is wrong on one capital point: Biden is NOT the leader of the World!!! Biden is a corrupt pedo-rapist, coward and senile, only leader of a corrupt, coward and senile nation: the USA! A nation of losers, not the leaders but the laughingstock of the world!

  4. JIM

    March 17, 2022 at 7:38 pm

    I say send Biden and Harris to run his country into the dirt like they have done to the US! He would be having second thoughts about asking this duo for any help! We shouldn’t have anything to do with his squabbles with Putin! Let them fight it out, and for once—LEAVE THE USA OUT OF IT!

  5. Pherbia Stephens

    March 17, 2022 at 9:25 pm

    The countries surrounding Russia should all turn Russia and destroy them the same way they are doing to the Ukrainians. Yes, peace is more than income.

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VP Kamala Harris publicly mourns Palestinians killed in hostage rescue operation

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Vice President Kamala Harris mourned the Palestinians in Gaza who were killed in the successful Israeli hostage rescue operation this weekend during an address delivered over the weekend.

Israeli forces say Hamas intentionally kept the hostages in a “civilian environment.” They also said even the Palestinians who were holding the hostages were also “civilians.”

Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari of the IDF said Hamas has been holding hostages inside civilian buildings, including the locations where Israeli forces rescued Noa Argamani, 26, Almog Meir Jan, 22, Shlomi Ziv, 41, and Andrey Kozlov, 27.

“Before I begin, I just say a few words about the morning which I know weighs heavily on all of our hearts,” she said.

“On Oct. 7, Hamas committed a brutal massacre of 1,200 innocent people and abducted 250 hostages,” she continued. “Thankfully, four of those hostages were reunited with their families tonight. And we mourn all of the innocent lives that have been lost in Gaza, including those tragically killed today.”

The Israeli operation retrieved four hostages who were taken into Gaza by Hamas on Oct. 7. Harris, speaking before the Michigan Democratic Party, celebrated their retrieval but spent more time lamenting the deaths of Palestinians killed in the operation, many of whom Israel has described as terrorists.

“We have been working every day to bring an end to this conflict in a way that ensures Israel is secure, brings home all hostages, ends ongoing suffering for Palestinian people and ensures that Palestinians can enjoy their right to self-determination, dignity and freedom,” Harris added. “As President Biden said last week, it is time for this war to end.”

Fox News reports that Hamas-run authorities in Gaza claim over 270 Palestinians were killed in the Israeli operation, though they make no distinction between militants and innocents. Israeli forces claim the number was fewer than 100.

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan also confirmed reports on Sunday that some number of innocents appeared to have been killed in the operation.

“We the United States are not in a position today to make a definitive statement about [the death toll],” Sullivan said in a Sunday interview with CNN. “But we do know this: innocent people were tragically killed in this operation. The exact number we don’t know, but innocent people were killed.”

“Every day that we see more innocent people lost is another horrible, awful, tragic day,” he added.

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