ZELENSKY’S GIFTMAS FOR UKRAINE
Ukraine’s tyrannical leader, Zelensky, continues to rudely pound the table while he demands the USA fork over even more billions of dollars to service his war effort.
The USA has already given him nearly $100 billion and that money is not traceable or accountable. Many of the weapons sent to Ukraine disappear. Ukraine’s leaders have gotten fabulously rich and are buying summer homes in Switzerland. I’m sure there has been plenty of kickbacks going back to America.
America has no vital interest in Ukraine. There’s no reason for us to get involved except for the fact that the Military Industrial Complex loves raking in money from war. Ukraine has replaced Afghanistan as its cash cow. The USA has long been in a state of ‘Perma’ war.
I decided to draw this cartoon to kick off the Christmas season. Zelensky lacks the spirit of giving, however. For him, it’s always better to receive—and he wants to make that a permanent state. As long as Santa USA continues to stack endless gifts under Zelensky’s ‘giftmas’ tree, the war in Ukraine will not end. There is no reason for Zelensky to talk peace while he and his friends enrich each other. Joe Biden thinks it’s all worthwhile, however. After all, the money laundering machine that is Ukraine must be kept in tip-top condition. The Ukraine borders MUST be maintained and protected. Klaus Schwab and the global rulers have mandated it.
Zelensky couldn’t care less about America’s borders or the American taxpayers (the ‘marks’) who are footing his war bill by means of inflation. Like Sam Bankman-Fried, Zelensky is a con artist. He’ll say anything to keep the money flowing. He proved that by lying about a missile landing in Poland. He blamed it on Russia even though he knew it was a Ukrainian missile.
Zelensky knew his lie could have caused World War Three and nuclear war, but why should he care? After all, to him, war is the gift that keeps on giving.
— Ben Garrison
Bible in a Year:
1 Peter 4
We are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works.
Today's Scripture & Insight:
I was very young when I peered through a hospital nursery window and saw a newborn for the first time. In my ignorance, I was dismayed to see a tiny, wrinkly child with a hairless, cone-shaped head. The baby’s mother standing near us, however, couldn’t stop asking everyone, “Isn’t he gorgeous?” I was reminded of that moment when I saw a video of a young dad tenderly singing the song, “You Are So Beautiful” to his baby girl. To her enraptured daddy, the little girl was the most beautiful thing ever created.
Is that how God looks at us? Ephesians 2:10 says that we’re His “handiwork”—His masterpiece. Aware of our own failings, it may be hard for us to accept how much He loves us or to believe that we could ever be of value to Him. But God doesn’t love us because we deserve love (vv. 3–4); He loves us because He is love (1 John 4:8). His love is one of grace, and He showed the depth of it when, through Jesus’ sacrifice, He made us alive in Him when we were dead in our sins (Ephesians 2:5, 8).
God’s love isn’t fickle. It’s constant. He loves the imperfect, the broken, those who are weak, and those who mess up. When we fall, He’s there to lift us up. We’re His treasure, and we’re so beautiful to Him.
By: Cindy Hess Kasper
Precious Father, thank You for Your love for me. Amen.
Colossians 3:16 (New International Version)
Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts.