Updated: May 8, 2022
Are you one of those people who looks to mainstream media for all of your talking points? Most people cannot be bothered with more than a simple headline. Confirmation bias in the form of a 2 second click bait headline. That is all it takes for most Americans to formulate their opinions. Instead of reading and researching. They turn on Fox News and CNN to get their opinions.
Ever since Russia invade Ukraine on February 24th, I am sure all you have seen are the heroic stories of what Ukraine and their government are trying to do. Fight of the bully and aggressor. But is that really the case? Anyone want to talk about how the ‘Ghost of Kyiv’ simply disappeared from the mainstream media? As they say, “They first casualty of war is the truth.”
I know most of you probably assume that Zelensky is an international hero. But how much do you know about him? Have you taken the time to look into his life and policies? Probably not. Just like many people have more than likely refrained from finding the actual truth behind what is taking place in Ukraine. If you haven’t read it yet. I encourage you to read the following article.
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But how much do you know about Volodymyr Zelensky besides what you see on social media and mainstream media?
Volodymyr Oleksandrovych Zelensky was born on January 25th, 1978, to Jewish parents in central Ukraine. He grew up in the Kryvyi Rih region of Ukraine, where he spoke native Russian as a first language.
His father, Oleksander Zelensky, is a computer scientist and professor/head of the Department of Cybernetics and Computing Hardware at the Kryvyi Rih State University of Economics and Technology.
His mother, Rymma Zelenska, used to work as an engineer.
His grandfather, Seymon (Simon) Zelensky, served as an infantryman in the Red Army reaching the rank of Colonel during WWII. While assigned to the 57th Motor Rifle Division.