BREAKING: Zelensky wins Nobel Peace Prize for refusing to negotiate peace

OSLO, Norway—Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has won the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize for refusing to hold peace talks with Russia.

On Tuesday, Zelensky signed a decree that ruled out any talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, declaring they would be an “impossibility.”

Zelensky has refused to negotiate peace several times throughout the conflict and instead has sacrificed Ukrainian citizens in order to suffice his US and WEF overlords.

“No one embodies the spirit of the Peace Prize more than Zelensky who refuses to negotiate peace,” The Nobel Peace Prize Committee Chairman Hugh Janus said.

Also included in the justification for the prize include Zelensky’s money laundering operation and his “sweet dance moves” from the time when he was just an actor and not also a politician.

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