The people of the Baltic States, Poland, East Germany, the Czech Republic, and former Eastern Europe from the Baltic to the Black Sea have been here before. These are the people enslaved by the Soviet Empire unfollowing the handover of 21 European nations to Stalin by US President Roosevelt and unelected premier Winston Churchill at Yalta in 1945.
The introduction of the eighth package ramping up the economic war on Russia by the Brussels led European Union testifies to the complete loss of Europe’s independence, writes the Chinese newspaper Global Times.
Sanctions imposed by the European Union on Russia over its military offensive in Ukraine have backfired, according to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, who pointed out that skyrocketing energy prices in Europe were the result of the Brussel imposed sanctions on Russia.
In the German city of Lubmin, many thousands of people demonstrated against Berlin’s ruinous energy policy, Welt reports. Russian flags were seen everywhere. People complained about the shortage of gas, the rise in the price of food, and the fact that the authorities were essentially ‘knocking the ground out from under their feet.’
The temperature in the last week of September in Europe will drop several degrees below the seasonal norm, according to Bloomberg. For the population, this will be a test of strength and discipline in the light of attempts by the beleaguered floundering U directorate to enforce the reduction of energy consumption.
The restriction of Russian gas deliveries has raised prices in Europe to astronomical heights and marked the beginning of a terrible economic storm. As Foreign Policy writes, factories, companies and families across the continent are engaged in a battle for survival that is putting Europe’s solidarity against Moscow’s pre-emptive strike on Eastern Ukraine to push back NATO advances to the test and raising fears of an imminent recession.
As massive anti-government demonstrations break out the Phantoms of the Collapse of the Soviet Bloc are let loose
Across Europe, from the Baltic to the Black Seas anti-regime protests and demonstrations are gaining strength and numbers of protestors are growing beyond the most pessimistic expectations. The protest against the German energy policy was only supposed to involve 400 citizens, but that number ballooned to 4,000 out of a city of only 59,000.
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 sanctions imposed against Russia and its oil and gas are irrational, unreasonable, and illogical, said Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, according to TeleSUR TV.
Ongoing events are relentlessly driving change across the 27 member states of the European Union. As Western Europe enters a period of uncertainty, record inflation, endemic shortages and trade isolation, it is inevitable that there will be a falling out of the ranks among the member nations.