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Sanctions on Russia and the Other side of the coin
« on: April 09, 2022, 03:13:09 AM »
New EU sanctions aimed at Russia, move Europe closer to collapse


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Re: Sanctions on Russia and the Other side of the coin
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2022, 05:37:04 AM »
Very interesting

New EU sanctions aimed at Russia, move Europe closer to collapse


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Re: Sanctions on Russia and the Other side of the coin
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2022, 11:59:14 AM »
Sit Back and Watch Europe Commit Suicide

PEPE ESCOBAR • APRIL 7, 2022



The stunning spectacle of the EU committing slow motion hara-kiri is something for the ages. Like a cheap Kurosawa remake the movie is actually about the Empire of Lies-detonated demolition of the EU, complete with subsequent rerouting of some key Russian commodities exports to the US at the expense of the Europeans.

It helps to have a 5th columnist actress strategically placed, in this case astonishingly incompetent European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen, with a brand new vociferous announcement of an extra sanctions package: Russian ships banned from EU ports; road transportation companies from Russia and Belarus prohibited from entering the EU; no more coal imports (over 4.4 billion euros a year).

That translates in practice into the Empire of Lies shaking down its wealthiest – Western – clients/puppets. Russia of course is too powerful militarily. The Empire badly needs some of its key exports – especially minerals. Mission Accomplished in this case amounts to nudging the EU into imposing more and more sanctions and willfully collapsing their national economies, allowing the US to scoop everything up.

Cue to the coming catastrophic economic consequences felt by Europeans in their daily life (but not by the wealthiest 5%): inflation devouring salaries and savings; next winter energy bills packing a mean punch; products disappearing from supermarkets; holiday bookings almost frozen; Le Petit Roi Macron in France – maybe up to a nasty electoral surprise – announcing “food stamps like in WWII are possible”.

We have Germany facing the returning ghost of Weimar hyperinflation; BlackRock President Rob Kapito saying, in Texas, “for the first time, this generation is going to go into a store and not be able to get what they want”; farmers in Africa not able to afford fertilizer at all this year, reducing agricultural production by an amount capable of feeding 100 million people.

Zoltan Poszar, former NY Fed and US Treasury guru, current Credit Suisse grand vizir, has been on a streak, stressing how commodity reserves – and here Russia is unrivalled – will be an essential feature of what he calls Bretton Woods III (yet, in fact, what’s being designed by Russia, China, Iran and the Eurasia Economic Union is a post-Bretton Woods).

Poszar remarks that wars, historically, are won by those who have more food and energy supplies, in the past to power horses and soldiers, today to feed soldiers and fuel tanks and fighter jets.

China, incidentally, has amassed large stocks of virtually everything.

Conrinue reading the article at..:  Sit Back and Watch Europe Commit Suicide

FROM THE COMMENTS: mulga mumblebrain says

The rapid EU descent into full fascism tells you that WW2 never ended, that the fascist colonies in the Anglosphere, comprising emigre butchers and their spawn, have come back to haunt humanity and that de-Nazification in Germany was only ever skin-deep. In fact, of course, the real purges, down to a quite low level, only occurred in the DDR after the Anschluss there.


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Re: Sanctions on Russia and the Other side of the coin
« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2022, 04:54:11 PM »
EU panics to prevent Ukraine bankruptcy


Always a pleasure hearing from Alex, listening his observations and his analysis on the EU and of what's is going on in Ukraine and around the Globe.

His show as also the video's with his partner Alexander are priceless.  Wish the entire US & European communities could see it.  G Bush was talking about himself, and his eternal shame. Clearly Iraq is still playing on his mind. His crimes in Iraq will never be forgotten. How does he and his partner Blair live with their selves?

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