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SAY WHAT? Why Is Ukraine’s Zelensky Wearing The NAZI Iron Cross?

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The MSM continues to paint Ukraine’s Zelensky as a saint…

I don’t know the guy, but I know when something doesn’t look or feel right.

And I also know when every single person in the photo below is trying to push a narrative, then I know the truth is probably 180 degrees from what they’re pushing:

And so let’s just say I don’t “trust” the whole Zelensky/Ukraine narrative.

I’m not saying Putin is a good guy.

He may be, he may not be — time will judge that.

But as for Zelensky, we keep seeing really weird and creepy stuff leak out.

Like this:

VIDEO FOUND: Zelensky In High Heels and Perverted Dancing…

And then we have his blatant connections to the New World Order and their symbolism:

Proof Zelensky Is “New World Order”

And today we got one more new one.

The NAZI Iron Cross.

This is actually something I wasn’t familiar with until it was posted online today by several people.

This is the NAZI Iron Cross:



And another:

The Iron Cross appears to have existed before NAZI Germany, but they placed their swastika in the center of it.


The ADL (who I am not generally a big fan of) even lists it as a hate symbol:

The Iron Cross is a famous German military medal dating back to the 19th century. During the 1930s, the Nazi regime in Germany superimposed a swastika on the traditional medal, turning it into a Nazi symbol. After World War II, the medal was discontinued but neo-Nazis and other white supremacists subsequently adopted it as a hate symbol and it has been a commonly-used hate symbol ever since.

In the United States, however, the Iron Cross also became one of several Nazi-era symbols adopted by outlaw bikers, more to signify rebellion or to shock than for any white supremacist ideology. By the early 2000s, this other use of the Iron Cross had spread from bikers to skateboarders and many extreme sports enthusiasts and became part of the logo of several different companies producing equipment and clothing for this audience. Consequently, the use of the Iron Cross in a non-racist context has greatly proliferated in the United States, to the point that an Iron Cross in isolation (i.e., without a superimposed swastika or without other accompanying hate symbols) cannot be determined to be a hate symbol. Care must therefore be used to correctly interpret this symbol in whatever context in which it may be found.

With that established, now let’s turn to Zelenksy…

Why is he wearing one?

And no, that’s not Photoshopped.

Here are two recent Tweets from his state Twitter Account to confirm it’s real:

Now, I know what you’re going to say before you even say it….

“Well, yes it’s the Iron Cross but it doesn’t have the NAZI symbol in the center so it must be fine.”

Come on folks!

Of course he didn’t go so far as to put the swastika in the center, that would be a little too obvious.

But if you ask me, he knows exactly what he’s doing and this was intentional.

What do you think?

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