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Zelensky Finally Gets an Oscar, Compliments of Sean Penn
Hollywood and the mainstream media has been promoting war, and the Ukrainian president, who was a comedian, has never been more famous
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Sean Penn, the American actor, presented Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky with one of his Oscars, telling the leader that he can keep the 13 1/2-inch, 8 1/2 trophy for the duration of the war.
“This is for you,” Penn said, during a meeting in Kyiv.
“I feel terrible. It’s just a symbolic, silly thing,” he said.
“But if I know this is here with you, then I’ll feel better and strong enough for the fight,” he added.
He told Zelensky that after he wins the war, he should bring it back to Malibu. He said he feels much better knowing that there is a part of him in Ukraine.
TRENDPOST: We suggest that Penn keeps his Oscar in Malibu and plays out the tough guy he tries to portray in movies in real life! Pick up an actual gun, and go fight in Kherson, otherwise keep your mouth shut.
Hollywood is further proving that it is a vacuous wasteland of actors desperate for attention because there are not enough Marvel movies to go around. Ben Stiller, the clown from “Tropic Thunder,” met with Zelensky in June, and told reporters after the meeting that he told the president that he is his hero.
“As you quit a great acting career for this," Stiller said. "What you've done and the way that you've rallied the country, and you know, for the world, it's really inspiring.”
The Trends Journal has been completely opposed to Russia’s decision to invade Ukraine, but it should have taken nobody by surprise. But, as we have said, Ukraine’s military is no match for Russia and will eventually have to give up land.
Zelensky, in the meantime, finds himself with the attention that would make any empty actor salivate for. But, as we pointed out extensively, his history leaves much to be desired. Penn probably doesn’t know that Zelensky dodged the draft in his country on four different occasions.
Penn ended their meeting by saying that when he looks back on his life, there will be three precious locations that he looks back upon: the place where his son was born, the place where his daughter was born, and sitting there with Zelensky.