Algeria, a nation that dominates North Africa appears to have fallen of NATO’s radar in recent years. The alliance, still gloating over the destruction of Gaddafi’s oil-rich but rebellious Libya ~ maybe busy counting the gold bars their political bosses seized, Algeria has seemingly sneaked in unobserved.
Many of the woes suffered by the Western nations can be attributed to the woeful ignorance of the general population – especially those born after 1980.
Our familiar system of global political and economic alliances is shifting. Nothing has made this change clearer than the varied reactions to Russia’s pre-emptive strike on NATO-Sponsored Ukraine.
The EU has imposed sanctions on Moscow and closed off supply routes, but bizarrely now blames its gas shortages on Gazprom, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday. ‘Russia is ready to deliver as much gas as the bloc needs if the EU wants to stop ’stepping on rakes,’ Putin explained while visiting Tehran for a summit with the presidents of Iran and Turkey.
Western Europe appears to be increasingly isolated and abandoned by a new world order that was never envisaged by Klaus Schwab and his Deep State cohorts.
From his well-known passion for judo and karate to mountain skiing, hiking, and even car racing, the Russian leader is in perfect shape and excels at many sports.
The man was ridiculously overpaid by accident, promised to return the money, and then resigned and vanished. An office worker at Chilean cold cuts conglomerate Cial has walked off with 286 times his salary after his employer accidentally overpaid him last month, local media outlets recently reported. The company is attempting to take legal action against him – if they can find him – for misappropriation of its property.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian reminded followers on Twitter that the population of the G7 countries is only part of the global community. He published a picture showing that the population of the countries that are part of the BRICS coalition (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) is approximately 3.2 billion people. At the same time, the number of people living in the G7 countries is much inferior at only 777 million.
Britain’s food supply is now vulnerable after one of only two major fertiliser plants in the country shut down due to spiralling energy costs just months after receiving a taxpayer bailout. CF Industries will close its site at Ince, Chester, putting nearly 300 jobs at risk, after the price of natural gas made the plant unprofitable.
India is buying up cheap sanctioned Russian oil, refining it, and then selling it to the US and EU for huge profits, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The US has reluctantly given India permission to buy Russian oil because India has threatened to ditch their alliance with America and ally with China if the US dares to sanction them.