Human Events, which Posobiec oversees as senior editor, confirmed the development in a Sept. 18 article. The website accused him of being an "anti-Ukrainian propagandist" and "provocateur." Prior to Posobiec, several American journalists, including former Fox News host Tucker Carlson and Intercept founder Glenn Greenwald were put on the list.
The Myrotvorets website, which is the Ukrainian word for "peacemaker," calls for retribution against perceived enemies of Ukraine. SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk was included on the website for a short time before his profile was quietly removed.
Others listed on the site, such as Russian journalist Darya Dugina, weren't so lucky. Dugina, who was assassinated in a car bombing in August 2022, has her Myrotvorets page marked as "liquidated."
The threat did not faze the Human Events senior editor, who bravely responded: "After the collapse of his counteroffensive, [Ukrainian President Volodymyr] Zelensky's biggest threat isn't me, it's his own intelligence services."
Posobiec then wished that the Ukrainian leader wouldn't get included in the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's "early retirement plan." He continued: "Drop the receipts on the Bidens and we'll find you a nice McMansion in Sarasota." (Related: Zelensky buys LUXURY MANSION in Egypt via his mother-in-law using Western aid money.)
Aside from Posobiec, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger also landed on the list over his comments. Myrotvorets accused the longtime diplomat of spreading "Russian-fascist propaganda" and acting as an "accomplice to the crimes of Russian authorities against Ukraine and its citizens."
Kissinger reportedly warned that the Western campaign to "inflict a crushing defeat" on Russia poses fatal risks to European and global stability. "Negotiations need to begin … before [the Russia-Ukraine war] creates upheavals and tensions that will not be easily overcome," he said. "Ideally, the dividing line should be a return to the status quo ante."
These remarks from Kissinger during the 2022 World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland apparently drew the ire of those behind the so-called "kill list."
Posobiec and Kissinger aren't the only ones included in Myrotvorets, which the Security Service of Ukraine allegedly curates. Several others, including the leaders of two sovereign nations, are also marked for liquidation for their alleged "crimes" against Kyiv.
The site accused Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban of being an "accomplice of Russian war criminals" and an "anti-Ukrainian propagandist." Specific "crimes" by Orban include his refusal to allow Ukraine-bound weapons to pass through Hungary; his refusal to reject Russian gas supplies; and his willingness to pay for the latter in rubles.
Croatian President Zoran Milanovic was accused of conducting "humanitarian aggression against Ukraine," supporting and justifying "Russian aggression" and "spreading Kremlin propaganda." The site referenced his February 2022 remarks stressing that Russia must be "a factor" in the "equation" of pan-European stability.
Roger Waters of the rock group Pink Floyd also found himself on the Myrotvorets website, with its backers charging him of committing "anti-Ukrainian" offenses. According to the site, Rogers allegedly spread "anti-Ukrainian propaganda," collaborated in efforts to legalize Russia's annexation of Crimea and challenged Ukraine's territorial integrity."
NBC News journalist Keir Simmons visited Crimea and interviewed residents in the region, who told the reporter that they were pro-Russian and would fight every last Ukrainian who tried to invade. Myrotvorets put him on the site for simply reporting this development, accusing him of "attacking Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity."
Visit UkraineWitness.com for more stories about the Myrotvorets "hit list" website run by Ukraine.
Watch Ben Armstrong of the New American magazine discussing Jack Posobiec's inclusion on the Ukrainian Myrotvorets website.
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