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WATCH: Posobiec slams 'Standby' Malcolm Nance, says WEF event is 'about prolonging war and conflict'

"The people of Ukraine, do they get anything? Do they receive any benefit from all of this money going forward to prolong a conflict, rather than pursuing peace," Posobiec asked.

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Human Events Daily host Jack Posobiec reported from Davos, Switzerland, where he is attending the World Economic Forum's annual summit. While reporting from the event, Posobiec told viewers that the objective of the summit was to prolong war and conflict, adding that no parties involved are interested in peace.

Posobiec questioned the motives of those in charge, saying that he hasn't heard one person even ask questions on how they will end the death and destruction that's taking place in Ukraine right now.

"The people of Ukraine, do they get anything? Do they receive any benefit from all of this money going forward to prolong a conflict, rather than pursuing peace," Posobiec asked.

"Go walk up and down here, I've been listening to the World Economic Forum summit all day, I haven't heard a single person talk about peace, talk about, 'are we going to see peace,' or 'how do we find peace,' or 'how do we stop the killing that's going on... the same killing that's been going on for 100 years."

Posobiec then went after Malcolm Nance, calling him "Standby Malcolm," who he says stole valor when he went over and told CNN reporters that he was going to "the front lines."

"You won't hear that here, what you will hear, apparently, at Ukraine house... is a talk from Malcolm Nance. You remember ol' Standby Malcolm, the stolen valor guy who went over after he stopped working at MSNBC, he didn't get interviews anymore, and all of the sudden he decides to show up in Ukraine and play army soldier, although he went around, he went on CNN and said he was going to the front in Ukraine, but he doesn't actually seem to have done any real fighting."

Nance told CNN's Brianna Keilar in April that he would take up arms and fight on the "front lines in Ukraine," saying that he wasn't "just going to sit on television anymore, give my opinion, and draw dots on a map."

"It's quite interesting for a lot of people that are watching this. We did see a crazy video of him where he acted like he hadn't been in a war zone his entire life before," Posobiec said.

Posobiec went on: "Understand, the people in this conflict are not interested in peace. They are not interested in any kind of settlement. The NATO director secretary-general is going to be speaking tomorrow. This is a conference about prolonging war, about prolonging conflict. Conflict that they always wanted from Russia."

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