PROFESSIONAL TRAITOR: Zelensky’s leadership branded as a criminal dictatorship of Nazism
11/06/2023 // Richard Brown // Views

Exiled opposition leader Viktor Medvedchuk has labeled Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky's leadership as a "criminal dictatorship of Nazism and militarism," accusing him of exploiting the financial benefits of his position.

Medvedchuk said Zelensky capitalized on the conflict with Russia, seeing it as an opportunity for financial and political gain, even at the expense of Ukraine's interest. (Related: Zelensky decorates military unit with 'Nazi' title.)

His views were detailed in a column published by the Russian media platform Smotrim on Friday, Nov. 3. Medvedchuk led a prominent political party with the largest opposition faction in the Ukrainian parliament until 2022.

He drew attention to Zelensky's shift from his initial promises of peace and reconciliation. He noted that Zelensky had chosen to align himself with radical nationalist forces, adopting their rhetoric and policies, a move that alienated his original voter base.

The former Ukrainian opposition leader highlighted Zelensky's role as a conduit for U.S. interests, pressuring European nations to prioritize support for Ukraine over their economic well-being. This assertion aimed to depict Zelensky as subservient to external influences.

Medvedchuk also referenced the recent arrest of Yury Kolomoysky, an influential oligarch and former supporter of Zelensky. He portrayed this event as another instance of the president betraying those who had previously aided him in his rise to power.

Branding Zelensky as a merciless "professional traitor," Medvedchuk said the Ukraine head of state may well be the last, and he will only have himself to blame.

Medvedchuk could be Russia's exit strategy

Medvedchuk is a prominent pro-Russia figure in Ukrainian politics who has been residing in Russia since last year. His return to the public arena has sparked intrigue and speculation.

His comeback revolves around the idea that the Kremlin still considers him the leader of the pro-Russian political bloc in Ukraine.

The Kremlin appears to be willing to engage in peace negotiations with Medvedchuk, but not with Zelensky. This approach suggests that the Kremlin is seeking an exit strategy from the impasse it has encountered in Ukraine.

Medvedchuk aligns with Putin's 2021 essay on Ukrainian-Russian relations, reiterating grievances against the West, accusing the Ukrainian public of betraying their Slavic heritage, and emphasizing the economic significance of the industrialized Donbas region.

He is essentially calling for the establishment of an emigration center or a "government in exile" to represent the Ukrainian "party of peace."

However, the Ukrainian government swiftly revoked Medvedchuk's citizenship and parliamentary mandate, as well as those of his close associate Taras Kozak and other pro-Russian parliamentary deputies. This move prevents them from claiming to represent Ukraine officially.

Medvedchuk's sudden reappearance is met with skepticism, as it is unlikely that any of his former associates in Ukraine would collaborate with him due to the risk of being charged with treason.

Also, the Kremlin's objectives in supporting his return remain unclear, and it appears to be exploring multiple, competing political strategies.

Medvedchuk's resurgence reflects Russia's political stagnation. As Zelensky's government resists Moscow's terms, Western military aid strengthens Ukraine's position, and no organic emergence of a "party of peace" is evident.

Moscow seems willing to artificially create such a party to negotiate with Medvedchuk instead of Zelensky, potentially as a means to talk to itself.

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