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July 9, 2022
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
An informative new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin revealing that the Russian economy has withstood the pressure of unprecedented Western colonial sanctions imposed over the “Special De-Nazification Operation” to liberate Ukraine, with him stating: “As a result of the actions of the Central Bank, as a result of the measures that were taken in a timely manner by the government a lot was done...And the so-called blitzkrieg that our ill-wishers attempted in relation to Russia, the economic blitzkrieg, of course, has failed”, says in speaking for the vast majority of world supporting Russia against the Western colonial powers, President Purnima Anand of the BRICS International Forum assessed that the West is struggling to compete with Asia and Africa, and stated: “The people of Asia, Africa and other regions are beginning to understand the value of their own natural resources and their own development potential, and are now beginning to compete with Europe”.
With Russian companies expanding trade routes to ensure the supply of much-needed goods, such as raw materials, to China and India, this report notes, Russia has turned to “sanctions proof” trade routes, such as the cargo train setting out for India via a new transport corridor along the Caspian Sea basin through Iran—and in a just released economic analysis of these changing trade routes, sees it observing: “The West’s Ukraine proxy war against Russia is turning out to be a historical watershed…Russia’s 300-year relationship with the West is rapidly coming to an end...Russia is shifting its attention to the East and Global South…Russia’s gain is the West’s loss”.
After the Western colonial powers held their G7 meeting last week, this report continues, this week they joined the rest of the world at the G20 summit in Indonesia, where Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova observed: “The entire Western press is busy with one thing: trying to find out who boycotted whom...They run around, fuss, count the time the ministers are in the hall, follow their movements...The results of the journalists were clearly not encouraging...If the Western media had an idea about arithmetic, they could solve a simple problem: 20-7 = 13...Simple arithmetic shows the failure of the boycott mean before it began”.
As factually noted by top Kremlin economic advisor Irina Alksnis, in her just published article “Globalization Saved Russia”, this report details, the leftist Western colonial press attending the G20 summit failed to understand that Russia “fully embraced” the concept of economic globalization by making countless deals with Western countries and nations, even joining their trade organizations—but unlike the Western colonial powers that sought to achieve world hegemony, Russia expanded its vision of globalization to include the rest of the world, which caused Alksnis to assess: “Russia has integrated itself so successfully and deeply into the system created by the West that the attempts now being made to tear it out of it turn out not to be small scratches on the body of globalization, but threaten it with the amputation of its vital organs”.
In the latest globalization backfire on the Western colonial powers, this report concludes, it began when Russian energy giant Gazprom signed a deal with German industrial giant Siemens to refurbish the vital natural gas turbine pumps on the Nord Stream pipeline—as part of its globalization scheme, Siemens sent these Russian-owned pumps to Canada for repair, but due to sanctions it saw socialist Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau refusing to return them—in response it sees Germany “fearing the worst” as Gazprom “prepares to shut down” the Nord Stream pipeline depriving the entire European Union of natural gas—as the European Union faces energy suicide, yesterday it saw Prime Minister Trudeau acting like the demonic ruler of the world when he imposed sanctions on His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church—demonic sanctions against one of the world’s most beloved Christian leaders immediately followed by the news: “A major outage of mobile and internet networks caused widespread disruptions across Canada on Friday, affecting banks, police emergency lines and customers”—and quickly after which, a terror stricken Canada announced it has decided to return the turbine pumps for the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline to Germany, that will promptly return them to Russia. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
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