Zelensky Named TIME Magazine’s ‘Person of the Year’ Following in Hitler’s Footsteps




After banning all media in Ukraine and turning them into one state broadcast, jailing his political rivals, and restricting alternative political parties, President Volodymyr Zelensky has been named TIME Person of the Year.

Ukrainian President Volydymr Zelensky has been named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year for 2022, following in the footsteps of Adolf Hitler who was awarded the same honor by TIME in 1938.

TIME magazine claims the Person of the Year award isn’t necessarily an endorsement, but simply reflects who had the most influence on the world in a given year. But this cover presents Zelensky as a hero, and all of the other mainstream coverage of the current world conflict has been consistently pro-Zelensky.

Which should not come as a surprise, considering TIME is owned by Marc Benioff, who sits on the board of trustees at the World Economic Forum, whose leader Klaus Schwab also peddles Nazi-influenced ideology.

In April, Zelenksy took another page out of Adolf Hitler’s playbook and had the opposition leader in Ukraine arrested on dubious charges.

The Nazi Party in 1930s Germany unleashed attacks on their political opposition as soon as Hitler became chancellor. Now Zelensky is doing the same.

On the evening of February 27, 1933, a fire in the Reichstag destroyed the building’s main chamber. Within 20 minutes, Hitler was on the scene to declare: “This is a God-given signal! If this fire, as I believe, turns out to be the handiwork of Communists, then there is nothing that shall stop us now from crushing out this murderous pest with an iron fist.”

In the weeks that followed the fire in Germany’s parliament building, Hitler’s main political rivals were rounded up in their thousands and imprisoned. Some were executed.

Were any of them responsible for the fire? The question was irrelevant to the Nazis. They had been given an opportunity to get rid of their enemies, and they took it.

Sound familiar? It’s like Groundhog Day for Nazis.

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