Ukraine Wants the $750 Billion to Build Back Better

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In early July, we reported that Ukraine President Zelensky wants $750 billion to build Ukraine back better, but he’ll take $65 billion for now. As it happens, he’s serious and wants the money to make Ukraine into a World Economic Forum fairy tale.

The Kyiv School of Economics released a new assessment claiming that Ukraine will need $750 billion dollars to “Build Back Better” after its war against Russia. The extent of economic damages is $108.3 billion, but they want to build back better in line with the goals of The World Economic Forum, Jordan Schachtel reports.

Maybe Zelensky would be better off thinking about negotiating peace, or he’ll have nothing to rebuild. Russia is gradually taking over the entire country.

Ukraine is seeking the “modernization of assets that have not suffered damage and destruction,” the report adds That request will mark up the economic aid request to the tune of $750 billion dollars.

“Now we are working on a long-term plan for the recovery of Ukraine. It defines the list of national reconstruction programs. We have incorporated the Build Back Better principle into this plan,” Zelensky’s deputy said last month.

Build Back Better is the Biden slogan and the slogan of the World Economic Forum. All that money, or most of it, will come from the US.


It’s just more money to go down the socialist black hole.

Congess is whipping up votes for more funds to Ukraine. it needs to stop.


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Ron
Ron
4 days ago

“Maybe Zelensky would be better off thinking about negotiating peace” . . Globalists don’t want peace – they want control.

GuvGeek
GuvGeek
4 days ago

Zelensky should ask the World Economic Forum Cultist for the money.

Ron
Ron
4 days ago
Reply to  GuvGeek

The WEF owns the Biden regime.

GuvGeek
GuvGeek
4 days ago
Reply to  Ron

It seems like everyone owns a part of Traitor Joe.

Peter B. Prange
Peter B. Prange
4 days ago

Look, I am usually the first in line to help. I remember the CARE drives to help Europe in the late 40’s and early 50’s. However, though perhaps reasonable the cost should in a big part be paid from Russian reparations. Europe must stand firm and demand such. Further all Ukrainian territory must be returned including Crimea.
We must also realise with the blockade of Taiwan, war there is coming. The result of a very weak USA government. Are we willing to see a long faithful alia suffer.

John Vieira
John Vieira
4 days ago

Crimea was part of Russia BEFORE the USA was conceived!!! Who will pay for the Donbass refugees into Russia over the paet 8 years +/-???

Judyann Joyner, RN
Judyann Joyner, RN
4 days ago

It’s really worse, far worse than just weakness. It is an (illegitimate) administration which could not possibly BE more compromised.

Yes, Joe is ridiculously WEAK. In all his 50 YEARS in DC, it is also fact he has been dead wrong about every stance he has ever taken in foreign relations. But he is also utterly, hopelessly compromised.

This president, his son and brother, have been globe-trotting for YEARS selling influence to many foreign nations including those considered our enemies. They all have Biden by the short hairs.

PanamaPat
PanamaPat
3 days ago

You are a total fool if you actually believe that Ukraine is worth a dime if US support.Its a wholly corrupt rump state that should be partitioned between Russia and Poland. The so-called Ukrainians can then pick their government.