Austrian Politicians Protest Zelensky Speech!

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American politicians have been some of the biggest supporters of the most corrupt country in the world—Ukraine. Billions upon billions of our hard-earned taxpayer dollars have been diverted to use in Ukraine, leaving us looking like complete fools to the rest of the world who is slowly starting to awaken to the biggest international scam.

President Volodymyr Zelensky faced a daunting task when he set out to deliver an important virtual address to the Austrian Parliament recently. His mission? To beg for more money from Austrian citizens, an unpopular opinion among many in the country. It appears the president’s request didn’t sit well with all members of Parliament either, as members of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPO) chose to stage a protest during his speech by walking out of the meeting hall. 

Trending politics reports, the departure of the FPO has sparked quite a reaction. For Austria, the incident underscored the delicate balance between neutrality and international relations, as well as the ongoing conflict with Ukraine.

As a result of the walkout, the FPO issued a statement saying, “It’s sad that the FPO is the only party in parliament that takes our ever-lasting neutrality seriously, thereby also standing up for peace.”

The Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) has been a major political force in Austria in recent years. During the 2017 parliamentary elections, the party won 26% of the vote and became the third-largest party.

Like the big deal that this was, people in America took to Twitter to express themselves.

One user named, Judge Smails jokingly said,” Don’t worry the USA will cover whatever costs Austria won’t give Ukraine.”

Another one by the name of Kenneth Sawyer said, “I think we will start printing money with his picture on it and replace the 1000 dollar bill.”

It’s simply refreshing to see people other than American conservatives protest this war.. Fighting for truth is a lonely road and we are tired of funding the entire operation while our country suffers financially and culturally. The last thing we need right now is to fund a proxy war we have no business in. Understandably, their Austrian protest is in demand for peace and we can all agree on that.

Let’s continue this conversation, in the comments below.

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