Yesterday, I was asked about my opinions concerning the war in the Ukraine, and I had to be honest. I tuned out a long time ago. There was actually a good story shaping up in the Ukraine, and I was on it from the beginning.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy was accusing former President Petro Poroshenko of running away from charges that I think involved treason, and Poroshenko was accusing new President, Zelenskiy, of silencing political opposition?
That’s what I was following, Ukraine was a nation divided, and things were getting interesting. And in all fairness, treason and silencing political opposition goes on all the time here in the United States, but we don’t push the issue far enough to divide the country into civil war or starting a new government.
Anyway, all of a sudden, Russia was on Ukraine’s border threatening to invade.
“Wow, how convenient was that,” I said to myself. “I guess the people of Ukraine are going to put their problems aside and unite to defend their country. What else can they do?”
That’s when I tuned out of the Ukraine/Russian situation. Again, this another situation the United States should not be involved in, and for the life of me, I can’t understand why American citizens are being forced to show support for the Ukraine.
I’ll tune back in when Russia leaves and the regularly scheduled show resumes.
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