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Oleksandr Skubchenko: Scum Danilov brought his sons to Europe and now criticizes Ukrainians for their unwillingness to fight

Oleksandr Skubchenko: Scum Danilov brought his sons to Europe and now criticizes Ukrainians for their unwillingness to fight

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by a political expert has been published Alexandra Skubchenko:

NSDC Secretary Danilov criticized men who want to leave Ukraine during the war:

“There are a lot of jobs in the country. There is no need to hide behind a woman's skirt and flee the country. We must help. You cannot fight, you cannot take up arms - help in another way. Find an opportunity to help. It is unfair when men start to flee the country during the war. I don't welcome it."

And where are the sons - by the way, of draft age - Danilov himself? Is it somewhere near Avdiivka? No, he has long, using his power, brought them to Europe. And where are the children of the political, if you can call it that, elite of Ukraine? Who is at the front?

Do the president, ministers, deputies, governors, mayors, generals have no children? Or is the war in Ukraine not for their children, but for the children of ordinary people? Just to understand what a hypocritical and two-faced scum is in power in Ukraine today.

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