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EU Efforts to Reduce Russian Ruble to Rubble Have Made a Baerbock-ean 360 Degrees Twist, by Natasha Wright

The EU (and the U.S., too) have a set of sanctions called the Boomerang sanctions. From Natasha Wright at strategic-culture.org:

The Collective West on their steep downward civilization trend are doing their best to get their nanny state-addicted, complacent populations slowly used to the new age of a dysfunctional society.

EU (and the USA) have repeatedly tried bulldozing anti-Russia sanctions in the past year but all the attempts at reducing the Russian ruble to rubble have made a Baerbockean 360 degrees twist and turn with Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping not even raising an eyebrow.

Those who run the EU either overtly or behind the diplomatic curtains seem to have had one more indecent intention to score yet another more or less meaningless, financially political point, just like all the others they have made to date, in that they will adopt their tenth jubilee set of anti-Russian sanctions. And alas, there lies their ill-fated symbolism which regrettably far too often likens the antics of Mr Bean. The EU and the NATO jackals alike tend to prefer the voodoo symbolism of dates, numbers etc: These were supposed to be voted on and passed on the 24th of February on the one-year anniversary of the beginning of the Russian special military operation in Ukraine. With this utterly empty gesture they wanted to show how much they cared about their ‘mutual fight’ ‘for the greater good’ (please, excuse my sarcasm) against Russia. But sadly their decision came one day only too late because they did not manage to agree on all the clauses and exemptions that tenth package was supposed to contain. Even more importantly, they found it hard to agree on what was supposed to be exempt from the sanctions so as to avoid the damage done being far more detrimental than the worth of it all at the end of their bureaucratic Brussels’ day for those EU member states strong and powerful enough to relentlessly and shamelessly lobby for ‘their cause’, such as Belgium for instance in the case of its Russian diamonds.

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