Zelensky says Ukraine will participate in the World Economic Forum in Davos next month and likely sign off on new postwar loans with BlackRock
· Dec 29, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Man, and you people thought we were funding this war for Ukraine's sake…

Turns out it was all for the evil World Economic Forum.

And now Ukraine is ready to join ze party.

Not only that, but they're teaming up with woke ESG asset manager BlackRock in order to pay off their debt after the war with Russia.

On Wednesday it was revealed that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's government is prepping to participate in January's World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, and that the Ukrainian leader is in talks with BlackRock CEO Larry Fink regarding rebuilding efforts following the war with Russia.

According to Bloomberg, Zelensky said in an evening address to the nation, "Specialists of this company are already helping Ukraine to structure the fund for the reconstruction of our state."

In case you're not familiar with BlackRock, they're the world's largest money management firm, and they control a whopping $8 trillion in assets. And you guessed it, BlackRock's CEO Larry Fink, he's a member of the World Economic Forum's Board of Trustees.


BlackRock is also known for their ESG program, which I'll let Glenn Beck explain here:

Essentially, Ukraine will now be moving in the direction of woke faster than you can say "gender is a social construct." And they'll get right on board with all the climate stuff too.

They've been purchased by the WEF and now they're forever under the spell of Sir Klaus Schwab.

That's an ad from the World Economic Forum. They really want humans to own nothing and be happy.

Sounds an awful lot like communism to me.

On another note, let's not forget about Ukraine. Say this war does end, and Ukraine follows through with their commitment to woke ideology and the climate pledge. Well, in my opinion that will mean only one thing for Ukraine: They will slip right back into civil war.

We've seen it happen over and over when we try to come to a country's rescue like this, and history has that funny way of repeating itself.

All I can say is God bless the people of Ukraine. Lord knows they've been through enough over the past decade.


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