Is the US being drawn into WW 3 over the corruption of the Biden crime family? Burisma Holdings is owned by oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky, who backed the campaign of President Volodymyr Zelensky and funded the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion, writes blogger Kanekoa the Great. The profound corruption of Hunter Biden and The Big Guy in Ukraine may also explain Hunter’s mysterious reference to “children burned alive in Donetsk.”
Burisma Holdings, the largest natural gas company in Ukraine, hired Hunter Biden on May 12, 2014 at a salary of $83,000 a month despite his having no experience in Ukraine or the energy sector. Coincidentally, at the same time Vice-President Joe Biden was assigned to handle Ukraine in the Obama White House. This was just three months after Victoria Nuland’s “$5 billion coup” (Salon.com).
Hunter Biden’s benefactor was not really the CEO of Burisma Holdings, Mykola Zlochevsky, Kanekoa claims, but was instead oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky. Kolomoisky is Ukraine’s third-wealthiest man with an estimated fortune of $2.4 billion, and was appointed governor of Dnepropetrovsk by the new government 2014.
“A 2012 study of Burisma Holdings done in Ukraine by the AntiCorruption Action Center (AntAC), an investigative nonprofit co-funded by American billionaire George Soros and the U.S. State Department, found that the true owner of Burisma Holdings was none other than Ukrainian billionaire-oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky”, Kanekoa writes.
(ANTAC was later the source of the DNC’s and Alexandra Chalupa’s Russiagate hoax.)
“The study, which was funded to dig up corruption on the Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, instead found that Ihor Kolomoisky ‘managed to seize the largest reserves of natural gas in Ukraine’,” Kanekoa writes.
“In other words, Hunter Biden’s boss and benefactor at Burisma Holdings is the same Ukrainian billionaire-oligarch who also claimed the position of boss and benefactor over Volodymyr Zelensky before he became Ukraine’s president.”
Zelensky became famous portraying a president on TV sitcom “Servant of the People”, which aired on Kolomoisky’s TV network, 1+1 Media Group. In 2019, “Kolomoisky even provided security, lawyers, and vehicles for Zelensky during his campaign”, according to Kanekoa. “Kolomoisky’s bodyguard and lawyer accompanied Zelensky on the campaign trail as Zelensky was chauffeured around in a Range Rover owned by one of Kolomoisky’s companies.”
The “Pandora Papers” leaked by Soros NGOs ICIJ and OCCRP in 2021 “show that Zelensky and his partners in TV production company Kvartal 95 set up a network of offshore firms dating back to at least 2012, the year the company began making regular content for TV stations owned by Ihor Kolomoisky… The offshores were also used by Zelensky associates to purchase and own three prime properties in the center of London”, OCCRP writes.
In 2012, Zelensky’s production company “entered into a deal with Kolomoisky’s media group, which allegedly received $41 million in funds from Kolomoisky ’s Privatbank”, Kanekoa says. Kolomoisky is accused of embezzling $5.5 billion through a PrivatBank subsidiary in Cyprus, “an amount roughly equal to 5 percent of the country’s gross domestic product,” OCCRP writes.
After the 2014 Maidan Coup, the West began propping up the Ukraine government with $15 billion from the International Monetary Fund. This money vanished almost completely under mysterious circumstances, allegedly through oligarch-held banks like PrivatBank. Some of it may have even gone to the Clinton campaign, as Gateway Pundit reported.
PrivatBank was nationalized in 2016. Kolomoisky has been fighting to get it back ever since. Sponsoring a President may be a good way to get your bank back.
“After Zelensky’s victory, Kolomoisky , who had spent the last few years living between Israel and Switzerland, returned to Ukraine to keep up his relationship with the new president, nominating over 30 lawmakers to Zelensky’s newly established party and maintaining influence with many of them in parliament,” writes Kanekoa.
On March 2, 2022, Ukrainian businessman Mikhail Watford was found hanged in his mansion outside London under mysterious circumstances. Watford was involved in a fight with Kolomoisky over Privatbank since 2002.
Igor Kolomoisky was also a “top funder of neo-Nazi Azov Battalion since it was formed in 2014”, Kanekoa writes, who led the Kiev government’s attack on the Russian-majority Republics of Luhansk and Donetsk. A 2014 Amnesty International report accused Kolomoisky’s Aidar Battalion of war crimes in Donbas, specifically citing, “widespread abuses, including abductions, unlawful detention, ill-treatment, theft, extortion, and possible executions”. Over 14.000 people have been killed in the war over Donbass since 2014.
In October 2014, Human Rights Watch reported that Ukrainian government forces and pro-government militias were responsible for the widespread use of cluster munitions in populated areas in Donetsk city. “It is shocking to see a weapon that most countries have banned used so extensively in eastern Ukraine,” said Mark Hiznay, senior arms researcher at Human Rights Watch. “Ukrainian authorities should make an immediate commitment not to use cluster munitions and join the treaty to ban them.”
“Children’s schools in Donetsk have been hit so many times by indiscriminate shelling that basements are set up as make-shift bomb shelters and windows are piled high with sandbags,” Kanekoa writes. “Donbas has also become one of the most landmine-contaminated places on earth, putting more than 220,000 children at risk.”
Text messages found on Hunter Biden’s laptop show Hunter Biden asking his lover Hallie Biden, his brother’s widow, if she believed that he had “children burned alive in DONETSK” or “children killed in Donetsk, Ukraine”.”
These seemingly bizarre remarks by the President’s son Hunter may be a reference to his alleged Burisma boss Kolomoisky, who was also allegedly funding the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion, which is accused of war crimes and the shelling of civilians and children in Donbass.