VITALI KLITSCHKO FACES POISON OR POSSIBLE DEATH

January 26th, 2014 By Pedro Fernandez

Vitali Klitschko Bombarded By Fire Extinguisher Powder

Vitali Klitschko Bombarded By Fire Extinguisher Powder

VITALI KLITSCHKO IN DANGER

San Francisco, CA- Ukraine is where the Klitschko brothers, Vitali and Wladimir were born. Wlad fought for his homeland in the 1996 Olympics. Right now there is a virtual civil war going on in the country as the capital city Kiev has been Ground Zero for demonstrations involving hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters.

KLITSCHKO DID THE UNTHINKABLE!

Earlier this week while buzzing the news channels, they played video of the demonstrations and I was absolutely stunned as Vitali Klitschko, 42, ex-world heavyweight champion, stood between over 200,000 Ukrainians and the Police. In the midst of this heroic stand to keep his people from being beaten (or worse), there was Vitali getting sprayed in the face by the people he is trying to aid with a huge amount of Fire Extinguisher powder this week.

TRIED TO KILL PRIOR LEADER

Viktor Yushchenko: Victim of Ukraine Political Warfare

Viktor Yushchenko: Victim of Ukraine Political Warfare

Not giving up any ground, Vitali quelled the almost riot and apparently nobody was killed and or seriously injured. The elder Klitschko wants to run for President against incumbent Viktor Yanukovych who defeated Viktor Yushchenko in 2010. Yushchenko, pictured here was poisoned and almost died because of his desire to be the Ukrainian leader.

PRESIDENT OF UKRAINE FEELING THE KLITSCHKO HEAT!

Viktor Yanukovych announced this week that he will make concessions to the opposing party who went “off” when Russian leader Vladimir Putin nixed Ukraine’s bid to join the European Union, which would have greatly benefited the people, so says Vitali. The jobs being bantered about have not really been discussed, but the President is under so much national and international heat that he says he will select a Prime Minister from Vitali’s party.

SO CAN VITALI RUN FOR PRESIDENT OR NOT?

I guess that is still the $1,000,000 Euro question. Will Vitali Klitschko be allowed to run for President against Yanukovych. That we still don’t know. But after watching Vitali hold back 200,000 people all by himself, this to me proves that he is bigger than life and given the opportunity and a clean election (remember Florida in 2000?), Vitali Klitschko may very well be the next President of Ukraine.

THE REALITY OF A DANGEROUS SITUATION

The negative side of the coin is that he could end up like Viktor Yushchenko, poisoned or worse, dead. We wish the best for the people of Ukraine and the great man that is Vitali Klitschko. For he will either win big or lose big, and I’m not talking votes, there are no draws in the deadly game that is Ukrainian politics.

Pedro Fernandez

COMMENTS

  1. You can think about the Klitschkos boxingwise whatever you want. But they are not only well educated, multilingual and well behaving champions – they always stood their ground. Especially Vitali is of a different breed. If he manages to pull through with his campaign (which started many years ago) and bring democracy back to the Ukranian people, he can really become much bigger than boxing.

    I wish he succeeds – not only for himself but for all those people who are getting killed and beaten up over there right now.

    Sven on January 27th, 2014 at 2:06 AM
  2. There is a clip where Vitali was attacked in the parliament by multiple politicians. Him putting his people before himself is a noble cause. THese old stalinists like putin and Yanukovych are extremely deadly and won’t go away without a fight.

    Erich on January 27th, 2014 at 2:50 AM
  3. How in the world can anyone take a country serious when their president or congressman is a boxer with a 2nd grade education? I believe in the case of Klitschko he has some sort of degree or honorary degree in sports medicine or something of that nature but how does this qualify someone to suddenly be qualified to become president? How can a country like the Ukraine or the Phillipines possibly be taken serious? I just think its embarrassing when there must certainly be someone with a formal education or someone more qualified to be a congressman or president than Pacquiao or Klitschko. It’s almost comical to me that a boxer of Pacquiao’s or Kiltchko’s stature in the ring and then one day awake and decides he’ll be elected the next congressman, or run for president..I mean that’s like Kobe Bryant or Chris Arreola running president of the United States, absolutely preposterous.  It would never happen in the USA. 

    Bobby on January 27th, 2014 at 2:54 AM
  4. Bobby you dipswitch, Vitali has more than a 2nd grade education. He has a PHD you idiot. smh

    sean on January 27th, 2014 at 5:30 AM
  5. Just because someone speaks different languages and are smart doesn’t mean they are the best qualified to become president. BTW I hope your not counting English as one of they’re languages spoken as they both butcher it up pretty good. But whatever, they do seem to be good role models and behave like classy individuals. Just seemed kind of ridiculous to me but I suppose if it works then what the heck why not…

    Bobby on January 27th, 2014 at 5:37 AM
  6. Bobby,
    how can you possibly write something like that bs. This would mean that a “comical” figure like Nelson Mandela should’ve never fought against apartheid and for a free country, spent over 25yrs in prison just because he had no education AND was a boxer.
    Man – what an ignorant statement! Actually its so ignorant it’s comical!

    Also think about it – there are almost 150 “unserious” countries on this planet which shouldnt be taken serious just because they’re not democratic and happen to have people who seem to care and put their lifes on the line for a greater cause.

    Just for your information – Klitschko has been in the democratic process in his homecountry for years, has established an opositional party in parliamant (named “UDAR”) and is by now the face of the movement for more democracy in the Ukraine. Only that matters, regardless what education or occupation he enjoyed.
    Cheers

    Sven on January 27th, 2014 at 7:29 AM
  7. Bobby you are an idiot. Do your homework

    Santa Cruz Jim on January 27th, 2014 at 8:34 AM
  8. bobby,
    you sir are a complete DUMBASS! RONALD REAGAN was a piss poor B-movie actress who served TWO terms as president of the USA! George W Bush was a classic underachiever who was too stupid to get into the UT so he used family conections to get into Yale. Please don’t get me started about Sarah Palin. Go back to watching FOX news and listening to glenn beck.

    David in Dunedin on January 27th, 2014 at 10:31 AM
  9. booby, I was going to write something but these guys did a nice job taking you down. Have a nice life.

    todaline on January 27th, 2014 at 5:14 PM
  10. Santa Cruz Jim and David in Dunedin you two trannys are angry or what? Was just an opinion on my part, I actually think Klitschko and Pacquiao are good men and good fighters but politics? Well you two seem like you would hit me over the head with your high heels or at least try to! Lol calm down sunshines it’s just an opinion everyone has them you fools!

    Bobby on January 27th, 2014 at 6:43 PM
  11. Bobby,
    do your homework and thinking first before you express your “opinion”. Just and advice which might be of some use for your daily life. ;-)
    Cheers

    Sven on January 28th, 2014 at 12:40 AM
  12. ” I just think its embarrassing when there must certainly be someone with a formal education …” — so a “formal” education automatically makes you more qualified? It can also make it easier for leaders and potential leaders to fool people. Im sure you can find examples of leaders with a prestigious “formal” education that have done more harm than good.

    John on January 28th, 2014 at 10:34 AM
  13. Vitali has balls, and is the epitome of the phrase; “Be the Change you want to see.”
    I hope he succeeds, and wish him the best.

    SKERGE

    SKERGE on January 28th, 2014 at 3:58 PM
  14. How many “re-counts” were we supposed to give Gore in 2000?

    Jaime on January 30th, 2014 at 11:12 PM
  15. Jaime, the final tally had Gore winning. Do your himework.

    Pedro Fernandez on January 31st, 2014 at 1:11 AM

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