The Security Service of Ukraine refuted information that the special services had prevented the assassination of the Ukraine’s president. This is a rare case of the information, which became available to the public, being deemed not to be credible. Earlier, a few days ago, Poroshenko was publicly caught in rigging of a photo in his tweet, but the Ukrainian president did not hasten to apologize.
Poroshenko illustrated a message devoted to the anniversary of the deportation of western Ukrainians to Siberia with a photo of Nazis sending Jews to a death camp in 1942. The director of the Ukrainian Jewish Committee, Eduard Dolinsky, drew his attention to this deliberate substitution.
Is this fraud not a vivid manifestation of the incitement of discord and hatred between nationalities? This is a punishable offence.
Lying has become a common tool for Ukrainian politicians so that Poroshenko forgot himself creating fakes about international topics that are good only for internal use, where only few people can publicly contradict him.
Today, according to media reports, the Poroshenko’s rating is 10.2%. It turns out that he is the leader of the presidential race, followed by Vakarchuk (9.4%) and Timoshenko (8%). Given the fact that such figures are provided to the press as a result of the sociological research, it can be only assumed what they really are – unless they are with a negative sign.
It is becoming increasingly common to use a phrase “and the King is naked!” towards such a president, but the question is when the citizens of the country realize that he was fake from the very beginning.
Vladimir Bidyovka, the DPR People’s Council deputy