From a trusted friend in Kyiv, Tetyana Stadnyk, shared this and the following picture with me, today.
Near the Russian embassy in Kyiv today.
The message is clear.
Joseph or Josif or even Iosof Kobzon is on the left, who died three days ago from cancer. He was a semi-famous Soviet “crooner” born in Donbas, who wished death to Ukraine. Kobzon was banned from entering Ukraine, which he loudly disputed, but then viciously and in a juvenile fashion attacked Ukraine. He said “he didn’t want to be “an honorary citizen of a country that is run by a fascist regime.” Kobzon said that he does not want to be an honorary citizen of Poltava He also signed a document supporting the Russian takeover of Crimea. Kobzon was also sanctioned by the EU. Death of the Mobbed-Up Soviet Sinatra
Beside him is the late Alexander Zakharchenko, the former mine engineer that self-proclaimed himself the prime minister of the so-called ‘Donetsk People’s Republic’, who was killed in a probable Russian explosion two days ago. As the DNR Prime Minister, he was an incompetent boob. Many are blaming Russia for his assassination, to “clean house” and end their embarrassment.
Putin has blood on his hands. Putin, as President, most likely approved the assassination of Zakharchenko. He ordered the invasion of Ukraine in both Ukraine and Donbas. Putin ordered the invasion of South Ossetia and Abkhazia in Georgia. He ordered the assassination of the Skripals in the UK and dozens of other assassination. It is widely believed he ordered the bombing of the apartments in the Russian cities of Buynaksk, Moscow, and Volgodonsk in September 1999, killing 293 people and injuring more than 1,000 more to demonstrate his strong leadership as then Prime Minister Putin. Russian apartment bombings
In a dig at Zakharchenko,
Fried chicken is a hint at the business of the past of the murdered Zakharchenko
The vodka is a “libation” for the dead. Notice there is not enough vodka in the bottle to even get a cheap thrill…