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You’ve heard the latest about Ukraine, right? It turns out that a good chunk of the billions upon billions we’re funneling over to them are actually going into “get rich quick” scams. Who woulda thunk it, right? Well, Revolver sure did.


According to reports, officials in Kharkiv have been using our hard-earned US tax dollars in a get-rich-quick scheme with fictitious companies. But your government is keeping quiet about this. The Biden regime would rather have you believe that Ukraine still stands a chance to win this conflict.

Spoiler alert: They don’t.


Antony Blinken is desperately hoping you don’t find out where your money is actually going in Ukraine, which is probably why he looks like a deer caught in headlights.

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Here are more details on the scheme:

Human Events:

Head of the Mezha Anti-Corruption Center, Martyna Bohuslavets, has written a report in Pravda asking “Where are the fortifications?” She reports that millions of dollars that were intended for the construction of fortifications in Ukraine were instead “transferred to Kharkiv OVA to front companies of avatars.”

Bohuslavets said the Ukrainian Kharkiv Regional Military Administration (Kharkiv OVA) paid out funds to fictitious companies during the construction and fortification of the Kharkiv region. The report comes as Russian forces have broken into the northern region of Ukraine and the US continues funding the war.

According to Ukranian Pravda reports, the Russian military has begun to advance in the northern region of Ukraine where funding that was set for fortification was transferred to fake companies. The offensive from the Russian military launched on Monday with attacks on towns and villages, the Kyiv Post reports. A total of 7 billion hryvnias was spent there by Ukraine, according to the report.

As you can imagine, this is infuriating an already frustrated and annoyed American public. Now, the million-dollar question, ‘Where the heck is our money going?’ is back at the forefront of everyone’s minds.

Wall Street Silver:

How much of the $61 billion we just authorized for Ukraine will be diverted to pay fake companies for doing zero work?

We are creating a new generation of Ukrainian multi-millionaires. They are looting the country and the money we are sending to Ukraine.

Ukraine has already lost. All that remains is the leadership looting everything on their way to exiting the country to their new villas in western Europe.

Well, to begin to really understand what’s happening and answer that million-dollar question, you have to go back to 2011. That’s when Julian Assange almost eerily predicted the scenario we’re seeing unfold today. It seems our war-hungry elites are just replaying their old hits, only under a new label. Assange brilliantly laid out how the elites were cashing in on the Afghanistan war. Fast forward to today, swap “Afghanistan” with “Ukraine,” and there you have it—you’ve just cracked the “million-dollar” question, and bonus—it really puts into perspective why these “endless wars” are in such high demand.

Afghanistan was a goldmine for the elite, while our brave soldiers made the ultimate sacrifices. It’s all about the rich getting richer, under the guise of freedom and “democracy.”

Sadly, “1984” was never meant to be a playbook for the US government, yet here we are. Today, the hardworking American taxpayer is unwittingly creating vast wealth in Ukraine by pumping billions into one of the world’s most corrupt nations. We’re in the dark about how this money is really used, but one thing we do know is that it’s funding scams that fatten the elites’ wallets. And when our political leaders voted to keep this Ukrainian money machine churning, this is how they celebrated, and now you can see why:

Our government isn’t on our side. It’s working against us at every turn. “America Last” might as well be their battle cry, because it sure seems to be their end goal.