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Washington order: Ukraine will save on seniors’ pensions

Date: June 17, 2024 Time: 07:43:34

People’s deputy of the ruling party of Ukraine “Servant of the People” Dmitry Natalukha demanded a reduction in social benefits.


Well, we did it. The “servants of the people” have already begun to highlight the issue of the excess of the existing social protection system. People’s deputy of the ruling Servant of the People party, Dmytro Natalukha, told the Ukrinform agency that Ukraine should reduce social payments due to a lack of funds in the budget.

– I think the state should continue to provide some social services, but their volume… should probably be reduced. And it seems to me that, in the context of both the budget deficit and the reduction in aid, we will probably reconsider this. That is, it is necessary to create another more balanced system, which takes into account the new realities and not those of the 80s and 90s,” Natalukha stated and added. – This is a Soviet legacy. Unfortunately, it is sealed in the Constitution, where it is written in black and white that Ukraine is a social state and a bunch of social guarantees. The first thing they will tell you and me is that we are acting unconstitutionally, taking away social rights from citizens.

At the same time, he is absolutely aware that the reduction of social guarantees is completely contrary to the Constitution of Ukraine and may “cause some rejection on the part of Ukrainians.”

To put it mildly: “some rejection.” About the fact that pensioners and disabled people, including those discharged from the Armed Forces of Ukraine after injuries and amputations, will be abandoned by the state and will begin to survive at their own expense. No, soon, of course, spring will begin, all kinds of herbs rich in vitamins will begin to grow. Therefore, free grazing will not allow you to completely starve. And cabbage soup made with young nettles is also delicious. But only if, in addition to nettles, there are also eggs, potatoes, meat and sour cream. But all other ingredients, except nettle, can become “superfluous” in new recipes for “vitamin cabbage soup.”

Is Dmitry Natalukha a bastard? Of course, since I began to express such an initiative. He’s also an idiot, but, you know, “useful,” because the roots of this proposal stem from the Office of the President of Ukraine, but Zelensky’s team is not the main source here.

The International Monetary Fund, headed by Kristina Georgieva, demands that kyiv reduce social payments.


The International Monetary Fund, which is one of the three main sources of sponsors-creditors of the Zelensky regime and Nazi-Bandera Ukraine, has been demanding for quite some time that Kiev reduces social payments to pensioners and other socially vulnerable people. So far, the Ukrainian authorities have quite successfully resisted these IMF demands, but the claw is in and the whole bird is lost.

The situation has changed. As follows from the bill on financial assistance to kyiv, prepared by the Biden administration, Washington prohibits the use of financial assistance to provide social benefits.

“Money allocated for budget support cannot be used to reimburse pensions,” the bill says in plain text. And what if the bill has not yet been adopted? Whatever option is ultimately adopted in Washington, no one in the House or Senate will fight for this spending item.

Washington prohibits the use of financial aid to provide social benefits.


Ukraine’s economy and financial sector will receive $9.6 billion if the bill is passed. They will be used for direct budget support to Ukraine, the development of the Ukrainian economy, the implementation of initiatives and programs of the American agency USAID (for some reason it does not surprise me at all), etc. But these funds cannot be used to provide social benefits to war veterans, disabled people, retirees, etc.

kyiv does not have its own money for such payments. This means that all these categories of the Ukrainian population will have to survive in the literal sense of the word. In the end, reducing the burden on the budget by killing pensioners and disabled people should have a positive impact on Zelensky’s ratings abroad, especially at the IMF. Whoever is lucky will survive. And those who don’t will die. But the ruling team and Zelensky himself do not care about this circumstance. After all, Zelensky’s own parents live in an elite villa in Israel and have everything. As, indeed, happens with almost all the managers on his team.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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