It is the biggest asset grab since the post-war Reich was stripped to a carcass by the victories of the allied armies of the British, Soviet and Corporate American allies in 1945.
Is the popular Hungarian leader, once arrested by the KGB during the Soviet occupation of Hungary, poised to pivot power from the unelected Brussels coven of globalists?
On November 5, 2003 billionaire financier and speculator George Soros, during a live interview at a conference of the Jewish Funders Network, enraged many of the Jews in attendance when he claimed that Jews themselves were responsible for the rise of antisemitism: When asked about anti-Semitism in Europe, Soros, who is Jewish, said European anti-Semitism is the result of the policies of Israel and the United States.
In 2022, the Russian ruble became the growth leader against the US dollar, according to Die Freie Welt. It appreciated by as much as 11%, outperforming the Brazilian real by 9%. And all this, despite the ongoing hostilities in Ukraine and Western sanctions, the German edition notes. This result was achieved by Moscow’s genius decision to sell Russia’s vast untapped reserves of raw materials for rubles, and not other currencies.
Ukraine announced a partial halt in the transit of Russian gas to Europe the day after the visit of German Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock to Kyiv, during which she promised the Ukrainian dictator Volodymyr Zelensky not to return to importing Russian gas in the future, writes PI-News columnist Wolfgang Hübner.
The head of state recalled the difficult external conditions, this is sanctions pressure and the overall situation on world markets. He stressed that the authors of the sanctions, ‘guided by short-sighted, inflated political ambitions, Russophobia, to a greater extent, hit their own national interests.’ In addition, they deal a blow to their own economies, and to the well-being of their citizens.
BREAKING NEWS: Britain, one of the G7 Bloc of nations is to give Ukraine $30 billion. OTHER NEWS Representatives of British food funds, which provide free food to the poor, wrote a letter to the government demanding urgent action, writes The Independent. The fact is that the number of calls to them has increased one and a half to two times over the past few months. As a result, they warn that they will soon have to refuse help to the starving Britons.
SPECIAL INSIDER REPORT: Despite the sanctions imposed against Russia, life in Moscow, population 12 million, continues as if nothing had happened, reports BFM TV correspondent Cedric Fash. As the journalist demonstrates, the stalls in the Russian capital are still filled with foreign goods, and the restaurants are filled with visitors. Moreover, compared with the situation a month ago, the situation has improved, the reporter states.
The leaders of the G7 countries held a virtual meeting with Volodymyr Zelensky. They promised the controversial Ukrainian president to impose an embargo on Russian oil or phase it out in an attempt to ‘further undermine the economic situation’ of Moscow, writes The New York Times.
Interest in emigration is up by 1,000% as UK taxes and prices rise, lawyers and financial advisers say. A dramatic rise in the cost of living has prompted many Britons to consider leaving the UK, according to professionals catering to aspiring ex-pats. Google searches for moving abroad were up by 1,000% in April, with the US, Canada, and Australia the top three desired destinations.