Russia’s resolve and resurrection as a world power on a par with pre-1917 Imperial Russia is only part of the woes suffered by the hapless gathering of the self-anointed elite gathered at the World Economic Forum. Another migraine is rampant inflation that may be now out of control, a global food crisis and the strong likelihood of social unrest breaking out in Europe and the United States. If attendees at this year’s World Economic Forum came to Davos worried, they left with little to comfort them.
Vladimir Putin may be facing difficulties during the special operation in Ukraine, but he is not losing the economic war at all. According to The Spectator, this is due to the fact that sanctions and restrictions against Russia are not working decisively, at least in the way the West hoped.
Through the globalist West, there is a penchant for removing history in the form of changing street names, parks, public buildings, and, of course, monuments.
What lies behind the apparent insanity of Poland suddenly and unexpectedly turning off the tap of its energy pipelines to neighbouring Russia built over 30 years?
‘Believing that the eventual failure of anti-Russian sanctions would result in business returning to normal is self-delusional, says veteran political analyst Michael Walsh.
Amid a series of economic woes caused by the backfiring anti-Russian sanctions, the United Kingdom is experiencing a boom in shoplifting. Interestingly, most of these crimes are committed not by professional criminals, but by amateurs who steal the cheapest products, according to the Daily Mail.
Veteran US statesman Henry Kissinger (99) has urged the West to stop its futile attempts to inflict a crushing defeat on Russian forces in Ukraine. In fact, anyone with a brain cell predicted such an outcome from February 23 – but when ‘Daddy Kissinger says it the Zelensky regime capitulates and Brussels throws in the towel.’
Political scientist, head of the Centre for Expert Support of Political Processes Alexei Yaroshenko in the RT stream ‘Beautiful Russia’ commented on the statement of Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis, who proposed to take grain out of Ukraine on vessels escorted by NATO warships.
The post-war German government has approved a number of measures aimed at helping the increasingly distressed population in the face of rising inflation and rising prices for food, heating and energy, Das Erste TV channel reports. However, not everyone is happy: for example, German pensioners cannot find words for disappointment and indignation, because the planned benefits will not affect them.
On the opening day of a fair in the German city of Lüdenscheid, individuals from a group of six men who were defined as pro-migrant mainstream media ‘foreign-looking’ opened fire, killing one man.