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Popular conservative journalist has just been added to Ukraine’s deadly “death list”…

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Many may not know this, but in the dark corners of the web there is a “kill list” that is overseen by a radical Ukrainian group and is quite extensive.

The list is full of names of people who have fallen out of favor with Ukrainian sympathizers and the Ukrainian government. These people are on this list either because of their direct opposition to Ukraine or because of their lack of support for the nation. The entries range from people suspected of being associated with the private military company Wagner to journalists accused of spreading Russian propaganda. The website has faced tremendous international condemnation, but it continues to exist, completely untouched by the Ukrainian government, which claims it is not a “death list” but laughably describes it as a “registration site.” information” for law enforcement and special services. . Meanwhile, the dirty deeds that can land you on the list range from something as innocuous as a questionable social media post to relatives of senior officials or Russian sympathizers. It doesn’t take much or sometimes it takes a lot to be on this list. What is really worrying, however, is that some people who have appeared on this list have ended up murdered, with a notable case being the daughter of Russian political commentator Alexander Dugin.

The Guardian:

The daughter of an ultra-nationalist Russian ideologue and ally of Vladimir Putin has died in a car bomb outside Moscow.

Darya Dugina, whose father is Russian political commentator Alexander Dugin, was killed when the Toyota Land Cruiser she was driving was torn apart by a powerful explosion about 12 miles (20 km) west of the capital, near the Bolshiye Vyazemy village around 21:30. time (1930 BST), according to the researchers.

The latest disturbing addition to this deadly government-approved list is none other than popular conservative pundit and journalist Jack Posobiec, who also serves as Senior Editor of Human Events. Jack is now in the company of individuals such as Tucker Carlson, Glenn Greenwald, Elon Musk and even Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters, who said rolling stone in 2022, “I’m on a kill list supported by the Ukrainian government. I’m on the fucking list, and they’ve been killing people recently… But when they kill you, they write ‘liquidated’ on your picture. Well, I’m one of those fucking photos.”

All of these people mentioned above, including Jack Posobiec, have drawn the ire of Ukrainian loyalists for their criticism of the war and their push for peace, as Jack has just discovered.

Human Events:

Human Events Senior Editor and Human Events Daily Anchor Jack Posobiec has been added to an infamous Ukrainian “death list” that has also targeted Tucker Carlson, Elon Musk and Glenn Greenwald in the past The list, called “Myrovorets,” which roughly translates to “Peace Factor,” calls for retribution against perceived enemies of Ukraine.

The list refers to Posobiec as an “anti-Ukrainian propagandist” and “provocateur”.

In response to the threat, Posobiec said: “After the collapse of his counteroffensive, Zelensky’s biggest threat is not me, it’s his own intelligence services. I hope they don’t put you in the plan early CIA retirement Volod Leave the receipts to the Bidens and we’ll find you a nice McMansion in Sarasota.

“Ukraine has added Human Events host and influential US conservative Jack Posobiec to its ‘Myrovorets’ hit list. The list also includes murdered Russian journalist Darya Dugina (now “liquidated”) and included briefly Elon Musk…”

Elon’s placement on the “dead list” stemmed from an innocuous “peace poll” he shared on Twitter in 2022.

Gulf Insider:

Elon Musk has publicly expressed his alarm that his name and profile appear to have been added to a notorious Ukrainian “death list”, following controversy and outrage from Kiev over his previous “peace poll between Russia and Ukraine” and subsequent threats to cut funding for Starlink Satellite Internet Services deployed in the country.

On Friday, the billionaire founder of SpaceX directly responded to a viral tweet by freelance journalist Eva Bartlett that claimed “Musk has been added to Ukraine’s Myrotvorets kill list (which includes 327 children!)” in what was he asking “is this list real?”

Musk later appeared to answer his own question in the affirmative, tweeting a link to the Wikipedia page for the “kill list” website. The website in recent weeks fell into the spotlight after Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters highlighted his own inclusion on the list.

“Reference,” Musk later wrote.

The pressing question now is this: Why are we sending billions of dollars to a nation that has American journalists and businessmen in the crosshairs? This situation appears to be drifting into state-sponsored terrorism territory, with possible links to US-backed terrorism against US citizens. You can’t get much more diabolical than that. Interestingly, many of the Americans on the “kill list” are also actually opponents of the US regime. An easy way to kill two birds with one list. huh? We can dismiss this as a joke now, but what if the US starts quietly adding troublesome dissidents to Ukraine’s death lists as a potentially deniable means of intimidation, or worse?

After all, anyone who has paid even the slightest attention knows that Ukrainian war enthusiasts are a fairly diverse group of aggressive online accounts from various parts of the world, including the US. These groups often have a “flag of Ukraine” or a “sunflower” in their bio to signify their unity with Ukraine. They also tend to be quite forceful, sometimes very threatening, and have been known to target people who do not support Ukraine.

However, the aggression of the online support is not surprising, given that the spokesman for Ukraine, Michael John Cirillo, has made threats of violence during his press conferences. John is a former American soldier who cross-dresses from Nevada.

These days she wears a very questionable looking wig and goes by the name of Sarah Ashton-Cirillo.

Many find it curious that Ukraine, a place not known for being “gay-friendly,” would have a transgender spokesperson. However, it’s not that surprising when you think about it. Ukraine recognizes that leftists are its biggest supporters and likes to throw them a bone every now and then to keep the gravy train going. Recently, during one of his press conferences, John made a surprising threat. He stated, in no uncertain terms, that Ukraine would “persecut” and assassinate anti-Ukrainian critics and “propagandists.”

Meet Sarah Ashton-Cirillo, the former US soldier who has become the English-speaking spokeswoman for the Ukrainian military.

Ashton-Cirillo is now threatening to assassinate “Kremlin propagandists.”

“All Russian war criminal propagandists will be prosecuted and brought to justice,” says Ashton-Cirillo.

The official spokesperson of the Ukrainian army threatens journalists and activists with murder and the media does not even report on it.

It is disgusting and immoral beyond belief

Senator JD Vance became aware of the threats and quickly urged the US government to provide information on the US-Ukraine “trans spokesperson”. John noticed and responded with the following statement:

From the @JDVance1 staff
is watching my Twitter closely, I would ask the senator to kindly support the delivery of ATACMS to Ukraine, so that we can end this Russian war of aggression as soon as possible and ensure that the next life lost is the last lost life of this genocide.

JD responded and asked if there were any Americans on this “kill list”.

Well, we know that Jack Posobiec has just been added…

John took it a step further and addressed Senator Vance in a video where he discussed his role in the Ukrainian military.

As if the death list and threats from the Ukrainian government spokesman weren’t troubling enough, it gets even worse. Zelensky has also been making what some critics call “terrorist threats.” It suggests that if the money stops flowing, Ukrainian refugees around the world could become aggressive and violent towards their host countries.

This sounds alarmingly similar to a deadly blackmail threat.

All of these threats, especially the deadly “kill list” should weigh heavily on the minds of every American citizen, regardless of their political leanings or position on the Ukraine conflict, and we should demand for Zelensky to give up the list, arrest its creators, and delete the site once and for all. In the meantime, please pray for Jack’s safety and the safety of his family.



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