US Dollar Under Grave Threat: Russia Plans Global Retaliation For Ukraine
The only reasons for the US and EU to incite the civil war in the Ukraine was to divert attention from their internal affairs, as well as throw a lifeline to the fast-sinking EU ship. The US oil and gas companies also have a large stake in the energy markets, resources and conduits spread across the Ukrainian countryside. However, it is the critically strategic geopolitical location and size of the Ukraine which made it an irresistible target for the Anglo-American Axis.
For more than two centuries the UK and US have sought to isolate Russia on the global geopolitical chessboard. As the Russians move closer to the East Asian economic orbit and closely collaborate with China, a perceived threat appeared on the horizons of the Western powers. These and other more clandestine reasons have compelled the Anglo-Amercian Axis to literally sign their own death warrant, such was the folly of angering the Russian bear. In so doing they will also bring ruin to their surrogates throughout the European Union.
This stunning reprisal by Russia is unique for both its candor and conviction? Rarely does Russia telegraph their intentions concerning such consequential moves while ‘playing’ the Great Game. The only deduction, then, is that the BRICS Alliance considers their ongoing Bretton Woods-dissolving enterprise a fait accompli. Furthermore, the Anglo-American Axis has left Vladimir Putin with no alternatives but to crash the petrodollar once and for all.
Russia knows that it is facing against existential threats now that the eastern borders of the Ukraine have been closed, thereby creating the 21st century’s version of the Iron Curtain. Nevertheless, as difficult as this precarious predicament appears to be concerning Russian sovereignty, Putin is quite aware that destiny is on Russia’s side. He may even be aware of the old adage:
“As Russia goes, so goes the USA”
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Militia fighters in the city of Lugansk moved up heavy equipment including multiple rocket launch systems and artillery to the front where irregular units were opposing the advance of the Ukrainian army on Sunday. Among the armoured units moving through the city's Kombrod district were Grad BM-21 self-propelled launchers and a T-72 main battle tank. Clashes were reported in the suburbs of the city on Sunday -
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