Report says Zelensky himself is a billionaire oligarch with a $35m Miami pad reminiscent of Epstein and Trump pic.twitter.com/oeazN022JB
— Gordon Duff (@gpduf) March 2, 2022
The last few years of the bloody war on Donbass has been run from Miami…and guess who was there with Zelensky….
#UkraineWar: Zelensky’s name appeared prominently in both the Panama Papers and the Pandora Papers (as did the name of his key backer, Kolomoisky).
His connections to the neo-Nazi Azov battalion are now well-known. pic.twitter.com/G9Pps6VBb5
— Denis Rogatyuk (@DenisRogatyuk) February 28, 2022
Bohdan represents Koloimoisky’s interests in #PrivatBank cases.
— ArianaGic/АріянаҐіць (@GicAriana) May 21, 2019
Breaking down Ukraine – let’s start with Zelensky’s $35M mansion in Sunny Isles, FL built by Kolomoisky and Pinchuk. $1.3B in the bank!! pic.twitter.com/wnh7yNg2w8
— George Webb – Investigative Journalist (@RealGeorgeWebb1) March 1, 2022
Ukraine’s ‘Midnight Cowboy’ president exposed for being a billionaire Israeli oligarch…
— mike gilli (@thefreeonline) February 28, 2022
More than a billion dollars are held in Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s accounts abroad. This was announced by the deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of the Opposition Platform – Party For Life Ilya Kiva.
Zelensky has a 35 million dollar mansion in Miami, which is a few blocks from the president of Kazakhstan’s mansion on Collins Avenue, all while Americans are priced out of their own housing market.
— Jose Prince of Peace (@ImperialLuis1) February 27, 2022
Zelensky–the working-class hero–a humble billionaire who fights for the freedom of Lockheed Martin to use Ukrainians as cannon fodder in a proxy war.https://t.co/7Urf4hf7wP
— Masks & Jabs Forever Fetishism (@FunkyMunkyLuv) March 2, 2022
According to him, Zelensky has accumulated $1.2 billion in the Dresdner Bank Lateinamerika in Costa Rica during the two and a half years of his presidency. This money was transferred to the president by Ukrainian oligarchs, such as Rinat Akhmetov, Viktor Pinchuk, Igor Kolomoisky. As Kiva noted, replenishment is done regularly, in tranches of $12 million to $35 million.
Elena Evdokimova, The most Corrupt Country in the World Ukraine has Oligarchs that Pay Zelensky well to stay Dirty. I,m sure 35 Million Dollar Home in Miami will let Zelensky have his Sun Tan. But throw Slavic Ukrainians into Civil War with Russia First. https://t.co/7YY28A9CYA
— Boris N Churyk (@BorisNChuryk) February 23, 2022
And they go through banks like First Union Bank, Deutsche Bank, Banque Nationale de Paris. According to the deputy, the movement of such funds would be impossible without the control of the authorities of Germany and France.
..#Zelensky has $1.2 US Billion accumulated in the Dresdner Bank in Costa Rica
and he bought a villa in Miami for $34 Mil
corruption pays well, da?#Zelenskyy #Zelenskiy #Zelenski pic.twitter.com/SR5sMNDTuf
— Victor Zubarev (@VictorZubarev) March 2, 2022
But just accounts, as Kiva pointed out, the matter was not limited. Zelensky managed to buy a villa in Miami for $34 million, as well as several sets of jewelry for $5.6 million.
BooooooooM🤦🏻🤦🏻🤦🏻😁🔥#Ukraine corrupt? To the bone!!
Don't leave it at the EU, not at NATO.
— California🇺🇸🦅 (@OldPrague) March 1, 2022
“In addition to the President of Ukraine at the Dresdner Bank, the head of the office of the President of Ukraine Yermak has accounts for a modest $56 million, Svyatlana Tikhanovskaya for $4.5 million, most of which she transferred in December 2020 to HSBC bank in London office. Also accounts Arseniy Yatsenyuk has one in the Miami branch of the Dresdner bank,” Kiva said in her post on the Telegram channel.
23) Reminder… this is coming after the Ukrainian billionaire got busted in the US. "Igor Kolomoisky is accused of funneling money from a Ukrainian bank into properties across the US." Money that was not his, I should add. https://t.co/Zpisy6ynkM
— Blue Canaries (@CanariesBlue) February 27, 2022
“Every president and his team, after his tenure, walked away as dollar billionaires, and Zelensky, for all his inferiority, was no exception, just in his case, no one will let him just walk away,” Kiva said, and added that the current head of Ukraine is waiting for a prison.