Biden Bicycles in Delaware as Zelenskyy Warns of WWIII, Putin Unleashes Hypersonic Super Weapon

'They called it the final solution to the Jewish question... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Sunday issued a dire warning, predicting that if peace negotiations with the Russians failed, “that would mean that this is a third World War.”

As Russia’s invasion thunders on for nearly a month, with continued shelling and mounting civilian casualties as Ukrainian defenses maintain stout resistance, Zelenskyy again renewed his pitch for peace talks.

“We have always insisted on negotiations,” the Ukrainian war chief told CNN.

“We have always offered dialogue, offered solutions for peace,” he said. “And I want everyone to hear me now, especially in Moscow. It’s time to meet. Time to talk. It is time to restore territorial integrity and justice for Ukraine.”

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Zelenskyy had made similar statements on Friday, and Russian mob boss Vladimir Putin responded by having his military announce that it had used “one of their new Kinzhal hypersonic aeroballistic missiles to destroy an underground ammunition depot near the Polish border,” according to NBC News.

The missiles reportedly can reach more than five times the speed of sound and pose a unique challenge to anti-missile defense systems, with Putin calling the new-generation weapons “invincible.”

The Biden administration reacted in its typically robust and proactive manner, calling it an early weekend as Tsar Vlad’s super missiles took flight.

“The president and vice president have nothing on their public schedules,” the White House informed.

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The apparent indifference wasn’t helped when Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, stumbled through a coherent response to Zelenskyy’s most recent thoughts on a negotiated peace.

If Zelenskyy were to cede independent republics like Crimea as part of any deal, would U.S. recognize them as Russian territory, CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Thomas-Greenfield.

“I can’t say that at the moment,” she waffled.

Zelenskyy did international efforts no favors during a Sunday address to Israeli leaders and lawmakers, when he criticized Israel for not doing more to help avert what Zelenskyy called a “final solution” in Ukraine being sought by Russia.

“They are using the terminology of the Nazi party,” Zelenskyy said, according to Breitbart.

“This is a tragedy. When they wanted to destroy Europe and have it surrender, they didn’t want to leave any of you remaining,” he said.

“And now us. They called it the final solution to the Jewish question.”

Then he roasted Israeli leaders for not arming Ukraine and doing more to help his embattled country.

Zelenskyy comparing Russia’s invasion to the Holocaust, while criticizing Israel, drew swift rebukes.

“I admire the Ukraine president and support the Ukrainian people in heart and deed, but the terrible history of the Holocaust cannot be rewritten,” Communications Minister Yoaz Hendel tweeted, while also noting that part of Nazi Germany’s genocide of Jews “was also carried out in the land of Ukraine.”

“The war is terrible but the comparison to the horrors of the Holocaust and the final solution is outrageous,” he said.

Religious Zionist Party leader Bezalel Smotrich blasted what he called Zelenskyy’s “infuriating and ridiculous comparison to the Holocaust and his attempt to rewrite history and to erase the role of the Ukrainian people in the attempts to exterminate the Jewish people.”

And while Putin was busy launching super weapons, and Zelenskyy warned of WWIII in one speech and insulted one of America’s staunchest allies in another, President Joe Biden spent yet another weekend peddling away at his private beach retreat in Delaware.

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