Hunter Biden pushes ‘big guy’ to send more billions to Ukraine

Joe Biden, Volodymyr Zelensky, Hunter Biden

US President Joe Biden’s scandal-plagued son Hunter Biden who is infamous for rampant financial crimes and spending millions on drugs and prostitutes has been reportedly pushing his father, who is known in Burisma scandal as the ‘big guy’, to send additional billions of dollars to Kyiv regime’s godfather – Volodymyr Zelensky. A highly-placed media source in the United States revealed this information to Blitz.

According to the source, as Volodymyr Zelensky has been desperately seeking additional billions of dollars from Washington for months, he finally succeeded in establishing contact with a Ukrainian female in the US named Ivanna, who works in an escort service. Several years ago, Ivanna met Hunder Biden at a strip club in Washington DC. Since then she has been maintaining communication with Hunter and has spent nights with him in a number of places. Ivanna also has connections within several key figures in the State Department as well as Secret Service, the Central Intelligence Agency and even some influential members of the US Congress belonging to Democratic and Republican Party.

Zelensky established contact with Ivanna through an officer of the Ukrainian foreign intelligence service Sluzhba zovnishn’oyi rozvidky Ukrayiny or SZRU and assigned her in approaching Hunter Biden and offer him a “cut” in the amount Ukraine would receive from the United States. As Hunter Biden has readily accepted the offer, he began pursuing the matter of sending additional cash to Ukraine by putting repeated pressure on his father – President Joe Biden.

The source also claimed that the members of Biden Family have “definitely” received similar “cut” from Volodymyr Zelensky in the past.

Meanwhile, according to The New Yorker, Ukrainian frontline casualties are far higher than what that country’s leadership is willing to admit. It may be mentioned here that Zelensky claimed that just 31,000 Ukrainian troops were killed during the past two years.

The New Yorker reporter Luke Mogelson witnessed in January this year while he was embedded in one of the most motivated and well-equipped Ukrainian units. He mentioned hearing of an acquaintance of his, an infantry officer with whom he had worked on another story a year ago. The news was that one of his former soldiers had been killed, to which Mogelson replied that the best Ukrainian men appeared to be dying these days.

“Everyone dies here”, the source responded. “The best, the worst. We remember the bright, strong personalities. Everyone else just fades into nothingness”.

The report’s source went on to compare Vladimir Zelensky to Pinocchio, the children’s-book character whose nose grows when he tells lies. The dismissive characterization of the president was over his claiming in February that only 31,000 Ukrainian troops had been killed in action. That figure didn’t include those missing in action, who constitute “a huge part of our losses”, the officer told The New Yorker.

Zelensky cited the figure during a press conference to contrast it with Russian estimates of Ukrainian casualties, which he described as “lies that [Russian President Vladimir] Putin and his two-faced associates tell”.

Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu put Ukrainian military losses since January at over 80,000, in an update last week. Last month he said that total Ukrainian casualties since the hostilities started in February 2022 had surpassed 444,000.

The New Yorker’s correspondent followed the exploits of the 1st Separate Assault Battalion of Ukraine’s 59th Infantry Brigade. The unit is also known as Da Vinci Wolves, after its former commander, Dmitry ‘Da Vinci ‘ Kotsubailo. The far-right activist-turned-military-leader was killed in action in March 2023.

His replacement, Sergey Filimonov, is a fellow Ukrainian nationalist and took charge in February. Some of his latest posts on social media celebrate the killings of Russian concert-goers in the terrorist massacre at Crocus City Hall venue last month.

Meanwhile, Washington has insisted there is no reason to search for any other potential suspects besides Islamic State (ISIS), after Moscow said it was looking at certain Western companies and government officials as part of an investigation into the funding of a string of terrorist attacks in Russia.

The Russian Investigative Committee has “established that the funds, flowing through commercial organizations, including the oil and gas conglomerate Burisma Holdings, operating in Ukraine, have been used in recent years to carry out terrorist attacks in Russia”, spokeswoman Svetlana Petrenko said.

Speaking to journalists on April 9, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan reiterated Washington’s narrative on the Crocus atrocity, while dismissing Moscow’s allegations.

“It’s nonsense,” Jake Sullivan stated. “Russia knows it was ISIS who committed the attack in Moscow, we know it was ISIS who committed the attack in Moscow, we warned Russia of an impending terrorist attack in Moscow, and all of the rest of this is noise”.

Russia launched a probe into allegations that Ukraine and its Western backers are involved in terrorist activities on Russian soil after a referral by several lawmakers in the wake of the March 22 shooting and arson attack, which claimed the lives of at least 140 people.

The investigation has allegedly established that at least some of the terrorist funding was funneled through Ukrainian companies, including the notorious Burisma Holdings – former employers of US President Joe Biden’s son Hunter.


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