Consider first and foremost, that the countries that have passed sanctions against Russia is NATO countries, EU countries (even then, some are hesitant due to their dependence on Russian oil and gas, more on that later), and the G7 Countries (US, CAN, UK, FR, IT, DE, JP) as well as South Korea, Australia, New Zealand and a smattering of Pacific island nations. But what of the rest of the world?
Know this, the economic WWIII that is being waged goes far beyond Ukraine. What is at stake is nothing less than the future of the US Dollar itself. But for that, we need background.
The Petrodollar: In the 1970s, President Nixon took the US Dollar off the gold standard, effectively rendering it a fiat currency that can be just printed at will. A myriad of reasons went into this decision, but around the same time, the US made a deal with the Saudi royal family: The US would guarantee protection for Saudi Arabia, if the Saudis traded oil for exclusively dollars. This marked the beginning of the US Dollar as the world's reserve currency as Saudi Arabia was the #1 producer and exporter of oil worldwide. This in turn meant other countries needed to buy up dollars in bulk to purchase Saudi oil, thus creating a massive demand for US dollars as the rest of the Middle Eastern OPEC countries adopted the dollar for oil trades. Therefore, the dominance of the US Dollar was cemented throughout the world especially since EVERYONE needs oil in order to even function, much less have proper militaries.
This has several effects on the Dollar. Due to the sheer global demand for the dollar, this makes the US dollar have massive purchasing power which in turn means we can just simply run massive spending bills and export the inflation to other countries. If the Dollar fell in value, exporters who need our consumption would witness their currencies grow stronger, which in turn means higher prices for their exports, which creates lower demand as the US would have to pay more for those exports, which in turn means less imports from those exporters, which ultimately hurts them. So they intentionally devalue their currencies in order to keep the system going. In short, the Petrodollar is good for the US... not so good for everyone else. This is why the US government passes spending bills that are now in the trillions and has racked up over $30T in debt with impunity, because they've never needed to worry about spending limits, they can just print more money as needed and export the inflation to the rest of the world.
However, this all hinges on the rest of the world wanting our dollars. What happens if other countries try to trade oil for other currencies? Enter Saddam Hussein. In the early 2000s, he tried to trade Iraqi oil for Euros. He was overthrown, and Iraq went back on the Dollar with no discussion of going off the Dollar since then. Gaddaffi tried to trade Libyan oil for a gold-back Dinar as part of the push towards integration within the African Union. He was overthrown and brutally killed by a mob after a NATO-led intervention against him with airstrikes and a color revolution. These are all backwater countries that have no hope of standing up to the US military obviously. What happens if Russia or China go off the Dollar? So what do we do if say, the BRICS countries dump the Dollar? Make no mistake, dumping the dollar globally means the inflation we've been exporting overseas will start coming back home. The "official" 8% inflation figure in the US is just a small taste of what's to come...
Back to the economic WWIII at hand. The trigger was when the Western world passed sweeping sanctions against Russia including seizing half of Russia's foreign exchange reserves (amounted to $300B out of $640B). But what are foreign exchange reserves? >Foreign exchange reserves (also called forex reserves or FX reserves) are cash and other reserve assets such as gold held by a central bank or other monetary authority that are primarily available to balance payments of the country, influence the foreign exchange rate of its currency, and to maintain confidence in financial markets. >Often, for convenience, the cash or securities are retained by the central bank of the reserve or other currency and the "holdings" of the foreign country are tagged or otherwise identified as belonging to the other country without them actually leaving the vault of that central bank. From time to time they may be physically moved to the home or another country. Know this: the seizure of Russia's fx reserves has sent waves throughout the financial world as other countries that aren't highlighted in yellow in the third picture have started to question the wisdom of holding US dollars when their reserves can be seized by the West in an instant if they should fail to toe the Western party line. Some have even cut out the dollar altogether in trades with Russia. Enter India.
Not long after the Ruble crashed and the price of Russian oil collapsed well below the Brent crude asking price, there were reports that India made a deal to buy oil from Russia at a hefty 25% discount. Most significantly, the payment was to be made in Rupees, not Dollars. India has a vested interest in continuing friendly relations with Russia for two main reasons: Russia supplies the majority of weapons for India via sales, and India wishes to have a friendly Russia as a counterweight to China. Russia in turn wishes to turn India against the West and also have India available in order to prevent utter dependence on China, while also selling Russian oil to both countries. Realpolitik in action.
For the first time in history, an alternative to the US Dollar and the Western financial system has been presented and is being heavily considered, as even Saudi Arabia weighed trading oil for Yuan in sales to China. This is especially significant since last I checked, the Saudis and Emiratis continue to snub President Biden. https://www.theblaze.com/news/saudi-arabia-weighs-accepting-yuan-instead-of-dollars-in-oil-sales-with-china https://twitter.com/rongxiang/status/1503810610278117394 And just recently, the Saudis did a price hike on Saudi oil exports to Asian markets as indicated by this graph in picture 2. When you combine this with the fact that Russian oil still continues to be sold at a discount, this will cause demand for Russian oil to skyrocket among Asian consumers. It's nothing conclusive, but it paints a foreboding picture for the US: Saudi Arabia has chosen to side with the East.
What will happen over the next year? Hard to tell beyond generalizations, it's utter chaos in the financial world. But I do see patterns and trends, and what I'm seeing will not end well for the US.
Beyond this post, general thread for economic happenings in the economic war between Russia and the West.
>>340585 Oh hell no, it won't ever be the global reserve currency. It's nowhere near that strong or demanded for, and neither is the Yuan for that matter. The Yuan has the strongest case for being global reserve currency and even then it's still a long way away for now.
What I think is more likely in the short term is that there... won't be a global reserve currency, and during that time it'll be a financial world made up of multiple reserve currencies. In the long term, it may end up being that a global reserve currency ends up being adopted that isn't tied to a single country due to fear of said reserve currency being tied to a single country can be abused like the US has abused the Dollar. Gold may end up becoming the global reserve currency during that time period, until a better alternative is explored.
>The decree, which comes into force on Monday, suspends Russia's simplified visa issuance regime with some European Union countries as well as Norway, Switzerland, Denmark and Iceland.
>It also ordered the Russian foreign ministry and other bodies to decide on introducing personal entry restrictions on "foreign citizens and stateless people who commit unfriendly actions against Russia, its citizens or its legal entities."
>Last month the Russian government approved a list of unfriendly countries including United States, Canada, Britain, EU states and Ukraine, among others.
>Russia sent tens of thousands of troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24 in what it called a special operation to degrade its southern neighbour's military capabilities and root out people it called dangerous nationalists.
>Ukrainian forces have mounted stiff resistance and the West has imposed sweeping sanctions on Russia in an effort to force it to withdraw its forces.
>Rublegas: The World’s New Resource Based Reserve Currency >Saddam, Gaddafi, Iran, Venezuela – they all tried but couldn’t do it. But Russia is on a different level altogether. >The beauty of the game-changing, gas-for-rubles, geoeconomic jujitsu applied by Moscow is its stark simplicity. >Russian President Vladimir Putin’s presidential decree on new payment terms for energy products, predictably, was misunderstood by the collective west. The Russian government is not exactly demanding straightforward payment for gas in rubles. What Moscow wants is to be paid at Gazprombank in Russia, in its currency of choice, and not at a Gazprom account in any banking institution in western capitals. https://greatgameindia.com/rublegas-reserve-currency/
Russian students all around the world are getting kicked out from universities and now are forced to return to Russia. Imagine working your ass off in starbucks to hang afloat and get that precious degree only to be sent back with fucking nothing.
>Among these include the obvious - China, but also there's India, the UAE, Brazil and Indonesia. India for example - standing just behind the UK as the 6th largest economy - remains the the single largest buyer of Russian weapons. India is also reportedly seeking more discounted Russian oil, in what looks to be a potential move away from Saudi crude.
>In early March, The New York Times noted that India was among those countries dependent on many Russian imports that's attempting to "stay above the fray". "When India abstained from a United Nations vote and the chorus of Western condemnation against the Ukraine invasion, it appeared to be taking sides: offering tacit support for President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia," the Times emphasized previously.  https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/01/world/asia/india-russia-united-states-ukraine.html
>Russia, and as a major export destination allowing Putin to side-step sanctions effects. >The Biden administraiton's Director of the National Economic Council of the United States Brian Deese has said the US remains "disappointed" with aspects of the Indian government's reaction to the Ukraine crisis. > "There are certainly areas where we have been disappointed by both China and India’s decisions, in the context of the invasion," he said a Wednesday event in D.C. >He was cited as saying in Bloomberg: > The US has told India that the consequences of a “more explicit strategic alignment” with Moscow would be “significant and long-term,” he said. >India has so far rejected falling in line with the West's anti-Russia sanctions, instead continuing to import Russian oil, which remains at an estimated 2% of its total oil imports.  https://www.bloombergquint.com/politics/india-to-face-significant-cost-if-aligned-with-russia-u-s-says
>As NBC News reviewed of recent visits of top Washington officials to New Delhi: > A flurry of visits by Russian and Western diplomats is unlikely to change India’s neutral stance on the war in Ukraine, experts say, particularly since the war has the support of a public being bombarded by media coverage that blames the U.S. for the conflict. >Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov has meanwhile praised the Modi government for the avoidance of adopting a merely “one-sided view” of the conflict in Ukraine.  https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/russia-west-court-india-no-avail-neutrality-ukraine-rcna22549
>>340900 The United States will come to regret forcing India, Russia and China to trade with eachother and decouple from the west. The more you use santions, the less reliable your currency is considered to be on a global market. People want dollars they can be sure they'll able to actually spend and not get frozen whenever there's a political crisis.
>>340903 I doubt that India would be anything more than a very reluctant ally with China, considering that China has its own overlapping claim to Kashmir and Jammu.
Plus, without a Western currency like the dollar, pound, or Euro, what is the alternative? Their own currencies are not freely exchangeable and few, if any, countries have any of them in their reserves.
>The Senate voted unanimously, 100-0, and the House followed with a 420-3 vote. Three Republicans, Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz and Thomas Massie, voted no.
>A rare issue of agreement between the two parties, the bill was initially approved by the House last month, with a vote of 424-8. If Biden signs it into law, it would enable him to impose greater damage to the Russian economy through higher tariffs on Russian goods like steel and aluminum.
>The bill allows for the restoration of normal trade relations with either country if President Biden certifies to Congress that he has determined that they agreed to withdraw from Ukraine and that there is a cease-fire that Ukraine has accepted.
>Biden must also certify that the country – Russia and/or Belarus – "poses not immediate military threat of aggression" to any NATO members and that they are recognizing the Ukrainian people’s right to have their own independent government.
>Should Biden submit such a certification to Congress, lawmakers would have 90 days to respond with a joint resolution of disapproval.
>Additionally, the bill calls for the U.S. Trade Representative to "use the voice and influence of the United States" at the World Trade Organization to condemn the invasion of Ukraine, encourage other countries to suspend trade concessions with Russia and Belarus, contemplate additional measures with the goal of suspending Russia’s participation in the WTO, and halting Belarus’s ability to join the organization.
>The only House members to vote against the bill were Republican Reps. Andy Biggs of Arizona, Dan Bishop of North Carolina, Lauren Boebert of Colorado, Matt Gaetz of Florida, Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, Glenn Grothman of Wisconsin, Thomas Massie of Kentucky, and Chip Roy of Texas.
>Immediately following the vote on suspending trade relations, the Senate again voted unanimously to ban oil imports and energy products from Russia.
https://twitter.com/natosource/status/1512250907588706304 >The Senate and the House of Representatives voted 520 to 3 to suspend free trade relations with #Russia. The only members of Congress that still want to trade with Russia are Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and Thomas Massie. #Ukraine
>>341189 I guess this means the petroruble is out of the question, but could the petroyuan rise up? I doubt it, considering few, if any, countries have yuans in their currency reserves and the IMF may be stingy about handing them out. They are not freely convertible or possessible outside of China and any use of the yuan would likely mean parking foreign currencies in China and never taking yuans out of there. This could also mean the dollar, pound, and Euro continue to be used as currencies for other matters and/or they are the ones traded with China.
>>341244 I doubt it if the ruble has already had more crises that are more impactful and the ruble is not freely convertible outside of Russia. If anything, it would, again, probably mean that foreign countries would need to park their currencies in Russia and oil sellers would only be able to use their money to purchase Russian goods while being unable to export their money from the country. This would possibly mean that western currencies would still have their uses, but not for the last mile.
>>341246 >I doubt it if the ruble has already had more crises that are more impactful The sanctions are doing basically nothing(to Russia) they are however going to accelerate hyper inflation in the west. > If anything, it would, again, probably mean that foreign countries would need to park their currencies in Russia and oil sellers would only be able to use their money to purchase Russian goods while being unable to export their money from the country. This would possibly mean that western currencies would still have their uses, but not for the last mile. Russia has said rubles only for oil and gas already.
>>341249 >The sanctions are doing basically nothing(to Russia) they are however going to accelerate hyper inflation in the west. Have you seen >>341189 yet? Their currency is on the brink of becoming unstable. >Russia has said rubles only for oil and gas already. But that may not be feasible given the ruble’s lack of presence in global currency reserves. Parking currency like the post suggested may also only violate sanctions. Being able to use rubles in a manner that is not in violation of sanctions would require that Russia change its economic policy on the ruble.
>>341252 >But that may not be feasible given the ruble’s lack of presence in global currency reserves. It's a strategic motion in retaliation for sanctions. Asking for rubles for fuel forces western countries to either hoard rubles to pay for it, or ease sanctions to trade for it. In either case, it's a decent plan.
>>341252 >Have you seen >>341189 yet? Their currency is on the brink of becoming unstable. That's literally just a western cope, they think they're the kings of the world. >But that may not be feasible given the ruble’s lack of presence in global currency reserves. Parking currency like the post suggested may also only violate sanctions. Being able to use rubles in a manner that is not in violation of sanctions would require that Russia change its economic policy on the ruble. The Ruble will Rise.
>>341246 Russia will continue to be a major player in the oil and gas economy so long as economies are dependent on fossil fuels, which they will be for the foreseeable future at this rate. For that purpose, the ruble, while unstable, will always have some value. I don't think Russia has any intent to make a "petroruble" in comparison to what people call the petrodollar, because Russia seems to prefer to control its currency within its own borders, but the ruble isn't disappearing from the global economy anytime soon. >>341265 What are you even talking about? Make real arguments. If you say stuff like "the ruble will rise" with no context or explaination, nobody is going to take you seriously. I don't think you necessarily understand how Russia's currency works, or what the petrodollar is. I highly doubt Russia is going to go around bribing other oil-producing countries with fat stacks of rubles and leaving them outside its borders when it has repeatedly expressed preference to keep rubles inside of Russia so that it can keep its own economy stable.
>>341271 >N-no you're the glowie! No, he's not glowing. He's not even suspicious. >>341272 And you shouldn't be so easily manipulated into sperging and derailing threads over non-arguments like so many other Anons have been baited into doing. It's not worth your energy.
>Sit back and watch Europe commit suicide >If the US goal is to crush Russia's economy with sanctions and isolation, why is Europe in an economic free fall instead? >The stunning spectacle of the European Union (EU) committing slow motion hara-kiri is something for the ages. Like a cheap Kurosawa remake, the movie is actually about the US-detonated demolition of the EU, complete with the rerouting of some key Russian commodities exports to the US at the expense of Europeans. >It helps to have a 5th columnist actress strategically placed – in this case astonishingly incompetent European Commission head Ursula von der Lugen – with her vociferous announcement of a crushing new sanctions package: Russian ships banned from EU ports; road transportation companies from Russia and Belarus prohibited from entering the EU; no more coal imports (over 4.4 billion euros a year). >In practice, that translates into Washington shaking down its wealthiest western clients/puppets. Russia, of course, is too powerful to directly challenge militarily, and the US badly needs some of its key exports, especially minerals. So, the Americans will instead nudge the EU into imposing ever-increasing sanctions that will willfully collapse their national economies, while allowing the US to scoop everything up. https://thecradle.co/Article/columns/8853
>>341318 Even if the European economy is in a free fall, is it to the point where their currency has been downgraded and is less likely to see use, though? The European economy seems more stable relative to that of Russia.
>>341601 An advantage is that the value of the ruble would not be based on Russia’s ability to pay back its debts. This may be useful if Russia is currently on the brink of another default.
Another advantage is that countries who use a fixed standard can have stable exchange rates with one another, depending on how much they value gold.
A disadvantage is that with a finite supply of gold, there is a finite supply of money and inflation can neither be reined in or spurred into existence. This caused a movement during the Great Depression to switch to using silver instead of gold as a standard so there could be unlimited coins and an economy that was not controlled by potentially arbitrary values.
Another disadvantage is if gold sees more demand or is in short supply, the ruble would only become stronger and Russian companies would be forced to charge more for their exports and not see more profit from their point of view.
>China's top offshore oil and gas producer CNOOC Ltd. is preparing to exit its operations in Britain, Canada and the United States, because of concerns in Beijing the assets could become subject to Western sanctions.
I've heard Sri Lanka is entering a financial crisis and is almost out of gas/fuel. There's rations and the pumps are running empty. I've been thinking of buying some fuel cans and making a little emergency stockpile, at least enough that I could fill up a few times over without needing to rely on gas stations. Gas does have an expiration date though, so I'll need to pick up some fuel stabilizer as well. America as a country would be highly crippled in a gas crisis, because most of our cities and infrastructure is car-oriented. You can't get anywhere on foot, and public transport is garbage most places. Yes we have strategic reserves and can drill our own oil, but I wouldn't trust the government not to keep it all for themselves, or only deliver to the coasts that can afford $15/gallon gas.
Economic wars have a tendency to turn into violent wars. This is just the beginning.
>The West Needs WWIII – Martin Armstrong >Legendary financial and geopolitical cycle analyst Martin Armstrong thinks the New World Order’s so-called “Great Reset” plan for humanity now needs war to try and make it work. It could happen in the next few weeks. Armstrong explains, “What they are trying to do is deliberately poke the bear. . . . >The European government is collapsing. If they end up defaulting, you are going to have millions of people down there with pitch forks storming the parliament. So, to avoid that, they need war. . . . The Biden Administration has deliberately destroyed the world economy.” https://usawatchdog.com/the-west-needs-wwiii-martin-armstrong/ https://rumble.com/v10qt9z-the-west-needs-wwiii-martin-armstrong.html
>>341819 Why would any country in 2022 adopt a gold standard? If that did happen, supply side deflation would occur because people would not invest their money in anything if it is already so valuable.
>NUMBER OF GAS STATIONS IN UKRAINE DECREASES 3 TIMES SINCE BEGINNING OF WAR – DIRECTOR OF “A-95” >Since the beginning of the war, the number of gas stations in Ukraine has decreased three times, and private fuel consumption has decreased by about the same amount, said Sergey Kuyun, director of the A-95 consulting group. >“According to our estimates, a third of the total number of gas stations is operating, this is about 2.5 thousand stations, before the war there were 7.5 thousand. Of course, the main reason is the lack of fuel. Consumption has also decreased three times compared to the pre-war level,” he said at a closed briefing at the Media Center in Lviv on Monday. https://open4business.com.ua/number-of-gas-stations-in-ukraine-decreases-3-times-since-beginning-of-war-director-of-a-95/
>Big news from Russia today is that China's payment system UnionPay which was widely advertised in Russia as an alternative to Visa/Mastercard, has refused to cooperate with Russia's largest bank Sberbank our of fear of being sanctioned by the West. https://twitter.com/MSnegovaya/status/1516785963644633096
>>342494 Looks like being coupled to China is a double-edged axe for them as well after all, means the West can put even more pressure on China since China needs the West more than they need Russia for now.
Economic WWIII has been going on for decades and Western governments are only now starting to wake up to the fact that they lost the war decades ago as a result of deficit spending, outsourcing, immigration, and spending their own pension funds to advocate for these policies, and that this all is the fault of the Rothschilds and their agents. With no remaining assets, unpayable debts, and zero productivity, the best option for the West is for everyone to stage coups d'etat of their own governments to justify cancelling the debts, then start expelling and hanging foreign agents.
>>343150 Are you talking about Keystone? Keystone wouldn't supply any energy to the US. It just makes it easier for Canadians to get their oil to refineries.>>342578 >as a result of deficit spending, outsourcing, immigration, and spending their own pension funds to advocate for these policies What country hasn't been doing at least three of those things? China and Russia have been doing the same for 20-30 years.
>>343378 >>343397 Would you rather lose your life or lose a few more dollars than you would have otherwise in the short term? >>343380 Keep in mind that the show has gained a cult following and has become a meme, so you-know-who may associate it with freedom of speech and dissent against his “elected” government. >>343386 Or maybe Putin’s finest are just comically inept and would even have trouble issuing parking citations.
>>343409 Now imagine that your views on free speech and your professional skills make you too valuable of a person to even wait until that stage and you are almost killed in at least two comically failed assassination attempts. What would you say then? Though I would imagine them doing the Red Dawn-style plan you are referring to in the long term.
>343410 What are you even on about? >whatabout(x) my own government just made a Ministry of Truth and has been labeling parents opposed to their children being brainwashed into anti-White ideologies as domestic terrorists. I don't give a fuck about retarded Slavoids killing each other over retarded Slavoid shit and muttoid Russia is never going to be capable of launching a land invasion of North America, nor will they ever have that kind of political influence. How much does the CIA/FBI pay you to look at horse pussy to post here?
>>343412 >What are you even on about? Thanks to the Internet, anyone can be a threat to any government or country. The keyboard is mightier than the sword. >my own government just made a Ministry of Truth and has been labeling parents opposed to their children being brainwashed into anti-White ideologies as domestic terrorists. If my government tried doing anything like that, we would at least have the freedom to oppose the policy how we wanted to and make our opinions on it publicly known, with the law making all kinds of national headlines. If the Russian government tried doing anything like that, then people would be shot to death for disagreeing with it and it would either be censored in the press or not even visible. >I don't give a fuck about retarded Slavoids killing each other over retarded Slavoid shit and muttoid Russia is never going to be capable of launching a land invasion of North America, nor will they ever have that kind of political influence. A land invasion may not be necessary if they can take out American cyber or power infrastructure enough and/or cause a civil war on American soil thanks to propaganda and whataboutism. If this sort of thing happened under Trump’s administration, Putin could have offered to send a legion of Russian troops to occupy the Seattle CHAZ and Trump could very well have accepted.
>>343413 >Thanks to the Internet, anyone can be a threat to any government or country. The keyboard is mightier than the sword. it isn't, but it certainly drains schlomos pocket book and I am hardly mad about that.
>Economic World War: Who Benefits And How Much Time Is Left? >I have been warning about an inevitable East vs. West economic war for many years now. The question was never a matter of likelihood, it was always just a matter of timing. When would the most convenient time be for World War III? >The issue of “convenience” might sound odd, but I want readers to remember one rule: All wars are banker wars. The only wars that are not are wars of rebellion against the bankers. >There is nothing you cannot eventually understand in terms of geopolitics as long as you accept the fact that international conflicts are generally engineered and are always designed to benefit a particular group of establishment power brokers and financial elites. If you are one of those people who assumes all of these events are merely “random and unfortunate coincidences” then you’ll remain in the dark for the rest of your life – and you will never grasp why terrible things are happening to you as the world falls apart. You will go to an early grave because you were unprepared while still thinking you were the smartest person in the room. https://www.activistpost.com/2022/05/economic-world-war-who-benefits-and-how-much-time-is-left.html
That Jewish guy's hypothetical posts piss me off That faux authoritative tone His expectation that asking "what if the situation was reversed" would magically change our minds on everything The insult hidden there, the insinuation that we've never thought on our own about anything And the sheer fucking idiocy of his hypotheticals... It's like he's trying to overwhelm us with the frequency of his jewish nonquestions, and honestly answering his questions just overlooks the implications behind why he phrases things the way he does. He doesn't honestly think about the answers he gets, he just searches them for something he can jewpost about. Fuck that jewish guy.
This post is related to what Coach Redpill is explaining >>344356
>How war is hitting Ukraine's farmers and threatening world food supplies >Ukraine, dubbed Europe's breadbasket, is one of the largest exporters of corn, wheat and oats to the European Union. >But the war is having a huge impact on the country's farmers. >Beyond the destruction of agricultural land, Russia's blocking of Ukraine's Black Sea ports means grains can only be shipped out of the country by rail or road. >Prior to Russia's invasion, Ukraine exported up to 6 million tonnes of grains a month. But, according to analysts APK-Inform, 300,000 tonnes were shipped out in March and 923,000 in April. >A UN food official said on Friday that nearly 25 million tonnes of grains are stuck in Ukraine and unable to leave the country. https://www.euronews.com/my-europe/2022/05/06/how-war-is-hitting-ukraine-s-farmers-and-threatening-world-food-supplies
>>344358 >>344359 >>344355 Yeah. Another thing that pisses me off about him is that the answers to his retarded hypotheticals are usually obvious. They're either "The situation you describe is usually reversed, that's why you find this situation so objectionable and abnormal" or far more commonly, "The hypothetical situation you're describing is absolutely nothing like what is happening right now holy shit".
He doesn't ask people how we would feel if we were denied the right to choose whether our children live or die, because we are already denied that right. Boys have already been molested, forced to father children without consent, and charged child support for kids they never wanted.
Men have already been charged child support for kids factually scientifically proven to not be theirs, and some courts don't even allow DNA test results to be used in court. "I should get the kids because I'm the woman" is already treated like an ironclad arguments by divorce courts meant to divorce men from their wealth and children, forever enslaving him to her as a wageslave denied his male role in the child's life yet forced to play provider for kids and womanchild alike.
We already have no control over what our women do to our children outside of tying them to chairs to physically keep them away from abortion clinics until they birth our children, and that's not legal so any man caught doing that would lose custody of his kids. Men are already second class citizens compared to women, and he FUCKING knows this. If he didn't, he'd ask questions answered by "That is already the case, retard" or "The situation is usually reversed and that's why you find it so objectionable right now" more often. So when he tries to fuck with our natural empathy for others and waste our time with blatantly dishonest questions designed to seem unanswerable, he asks a retarded hypothetical utterly divorced from reality like "How would you feel if you were raped out of the blue by a woman and no security guard could get her off you in time and then you were denied the right to ever have children?", even though that's not what happened to raped women ever, whether they get abortions or not. Abortion doesn't neuter women. Although maybe if it did fewer abortions would happen, and regret-filled eggless/wombless old women would denounce feminism louder where young stupid women can actually hear them.
>>344355 So why would these proposed policies not establish precedent for being able to apply them or others like them universally and to everyone or anyone? People of all groups may suffer eventually. >>344377 You don’t exactly seem to be staying on topic. And that rule only applies in some cases and it is because non-biological parents could hypothetically have custody rights in the aftermath of a divorce hearing.
>>345502 >sanctions That word is a misnomer to cheat the normies and make them to believe that there is an economic war against the "evil" Russia. The truth is that it is a war is against all of us, done by our own governments and planned by the (((banksters))). The name of the game is Agenda 2030, but it is sold to the normies as Climate Change, Green New Deal, Build Back Better, and many other euphemisms.
>>345502 >Are these sanctions even effective? Of course not. All the contrary, and it is done on purpose. Russia and China will emerge from this circus as the almighty winners and the West will banish into oblivion after being reduced to third world status.
>>345504 >sanctions The following is a very good long analysis (2 hours long) about the self-sabotage of the western governments demolishing their own economies, with a notorious flaw, the talkers say that the western leadership is stupid and reckless like they are ignorant and economically illiterate; this is absurd and only a deliberate malign intention explains their behavior ---> Agenda 2030.
>RUSSIA - NEON GAS Masterplan Targets MICROCHIPS. Russia Removes Key Ingredient for Production >NEON GAS is needed in LAZERS which are Critical to the Production of MICROCHIPS and SEMICONDUCTORS. Prior to the War UKRAINE produced 50% of the Global Supply of Neon Gas however both of the Factories are located in areas INVADED by Russia and have now closed. As a result RUSSIA is now the largest supplier and now provides around 60% of the Global Market. In RETALIATION to the Sanctions Russia has now announced a BAN on the Export of NEON GAS which could result in shortages in the Western World. In this video I provide a full explanation of the situation and assess the potential impact on the Global Economy. >Chapters: >0:00 Intro >2:11 NEON >3:11 APPLICATIONS >5:21 UKRAINE >7:14 RUSSIA >8:50 SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET >10:26 SUMMARY & CONCLUSION >17:08 JOE BLOGS 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAUNxHwi8GU
Anyway, while western countries are committing planned economic collapses to starve their people and make them dependent on government, they're definitely not trying to make Russia and China the dominant powers in the global market.
>>345824 >they're definitely not trying to make Russia and China the dominant powers in the global market. Seriously? Go figures then, by claiming to economically punish those countries, the west has committed seppuku. If you don't know that, then you are indeed a newfag.
>Medieval EU: Plant Oats, Raise Goats. >How many years will it take for Russia to adapt and stabilize to a new level of sanctions? Probably not long but, in the meantime, I believe that Europe will deindustrialize as plentiful, reasonably priced, Russian energy and food now sanctioned must be substituted by some yet to be identified source. Today, the German Prime Minister was "hopeful" that in 2023 Energy Production in Senegal may be ramped up to provide additional energy for Germany. This is highly irrational. Siemens, a great German technology company that requires large quantities of energy to produce its products, is now scrambling to find new sources. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=168588762335813&id=100075540700231 Yeah, it is from jewbook but deeply insightful nevertheless.
>>345947 Anon, our politicians here are cuckservatives at best, we're being flooded by <90 IQ goblino spicoids, and we're being colonized by Californians. I hate to say it, but we'll be a fucking blue shit hole by 2030. >>345945 This, but we're going to run out of places to run eventually and we'll end up like the Boers if we won't fight. Hypothetically, of course. Just saying.
>>345969 >Hope u have your OWN bank account by now though Newfag confirmed. Only normals are retarded enough to interact with zog banks. Cryto and cash are kings. I can bet that you allowed to be injected because of a muh job and that salary you consider a lifeline.
>>345970 >only normals Thats hilarious, if you know who Im adressing. I guess only normals interact with lawyers too, huh? >crypto and cash are king And guns and bullets; no contest, but some customers pay by check so its still good to have one in your name so you can cash shit out. >muh job/salary Nigger, my family/business are in rural texas, where except among the ACTUAL cucked, there was never a mask or a vaccine to be seen. (You) draw unsupportable inferences alot, dont you?
But, to take a moment and address the "Texas is are cucked" crowd; I'll start by stipulating a few things. 1. The overwhelming majority of inter-state migration is from major citites of major states. 2. Most of generational Texas has been planning and stockpiling for the NEXT civil war ever since the LAST one. The point being, old-school Texas has far more inbred retards who can shoot the wings off a fly than CA, WA, NY, and Chicago could ever export, and ours arent confused about their gender or worried about microaggressions. AND we have lots more guns. North Dakota is okay I guess, if you want to avoid the front lines, but careful you dont find yourself behind enemy lines, jus sayin.
>>345969 >posts bait with a random insult Literally his next reply... >>345971 >(You) draw unsupportable inferences alot, dont you? Anon reminds us that he's a narcissistic woman at heart by immediately contradicting himself and feigns superiority to save face when called out. >>345972 >Most of generational Texas has been planning and stockpiling for the NEXT civil war ever since the LAST one. Cope.
>>345988 Heil Hitler dubs checked. He did, but it quickly got yeeted. Apparently he mistook me for someone else. Either gay off site drama or someone is trying to dox us in some private circlejerk. Cool, good to know the people behind the scenes at /mlpol/ are totally trustworthy and not treacherous at all.
>>346003 So, do you often get upset and air out other anons private information publicly to try and own them? Maybe you'll have another fit, disclose more information on your apparent acquaintances, and leave it up longer next time for anyone to see. Deeply concerning coming from former staff, regardless of whether or not you deleted it. Very homosexual. >Staff is not trustworthy You came awfully close to publicly doxing two anons on a whim before deciding to delete it. Why would anyone outside of your off site hug box trust you at all, Ninjas? Oh, well... I guess you would know, huh? I should've capped it. Other anons deserve to know that you'll squawk about their personal lives for all to see when you get butthurt. Unforgivable.
Going in reverse order: 346005 >kys I suppose I should, what with this latest. >>346004 >doxxed No, I just made a couple pithy statements about why I made references to banks and lawyers. Even with that admission AND the previous post, no one could have been doxed. Having said, I dont approve of the tone I took, and I acknowledge that I have erred. >off site hug box I have one of these? That would be neat, ngl. Maybe I will. >unforgivable Thats a slippery slope that wont pan out, if we're being honest. Also, a convenient position, all considered. I mean if what I've done is unforgivable,....
>>346028 >Americans say >environment Allow me to correct the record. The TV's talking heads say that. Regular Americans couldn't care less, at less they went into academia's indoctrination centers. >greedy globalists The Rockefellers and European peers already own everything and their motives are not greed, but power. Look it this way, greed is not their motive because they don't need money at all, they just print money and billions of slaves will do anything for their fictitious paper. From that perspective, humanity is not more than an animal species meant to serve them.
>Global Planned Financial Tsunami has Just Begun >Since the creation of the US Federal Reserve over a century ago, every major financial market collapse has been deliberately triggered for political motives by the central bank. The situation is no different today, as clearly the US Fed is acting with its interest rate weapon to crash what is the greatest speculative financial bubble in human history, a bubble it created. Global crash events always begin on the periphery, such as with the 1931 Austrian Creditanstalt or the Lehman Bros. failure in September 2008. The June 15 decision by the Fed to impose the largest single rate hike in almost 30 years as financial markets are already in a meltdown, now guarantees a global depression and worse. >The extent of the “cheap credit” bubble that the Fed, the ECB and Bank of Japan have engineered with buying up of bonds and maintaining unprecedented near-zero or even negative interest rates for now 14 years, is beyond imagination. Financial media cover it over with daily nonsense reporting , while the world economy is being readied, not for so-called “stagflation” or recession. What is coming now in the coming months, barring a dramatic policy reversal, is the worst economic depression in history to date. Thank you, globalization and Davos. https://journal-neo.org/2022/06/21/global-planned-financial-tsunami-has-just-begun/
>The Endspiel. >The Islamic Republic of Iran has officially submitted its application to join the group of five emerging economies made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, the foreign ministry in Tehran announced on Monday. The move comes after the Iranian president addressed the BRICS summit last week. While BRICS is not a treaty bloc, it has a “very creative mechanism with broad aspects,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said on Monday, according to the Tasnim news agency. He added that Tehran has already had “a series of consultations” with BRICS about the application. Iran’s membership would “add value” for everyone involved, said Khatibzadeh, noting that BRICS members account for up to 30% of the world’s GDP and 40% of the global population. >The isolation of the West continues https://smoothiex12.blogspot.com/2022/06/the-endspiel.html
>30+ countries put sanctions on Russia >Price of oil goes up >The result is that Russia has already made more money in oil revenue than they expected to make for this whole year What's their endgame in all this? What was the point of these sanctions?
>>346994 >The Jews have a Blind Hatred of Russia. That's what we are told. However the jews have a tight grip on Russia too, then the narrative doesn't add up. >WEFtards So, are you denying the overt WEF conspiracy?
>Putin: BRICS Is Establishing a New Global Reserve Currency >Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that the BRICS countries will be establishing a new global reserve currency to replace the United States’ dollar. If successful, this move has the potential to collapse the U.S. economy and society. >The United States dollar, a fiat currency Ponzi scheme that has ruled the world for far too long, is on its last legs. While that’s a good thing, what’s coming next to replace will be nothing less than a permanent slave state controlled by a central bank digital currency (CBDC). And at the same time, Putin, speaking at the recent BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) business forum, says that the new scheme will offer a reliable alternative for transacting internationally. >This is the endgame. Whatever role the vaccines play, and do play some role or there would not be such a propagandized push to get them, all come together so that we may be ruled forever with no chance of ever escaping our enslavement. >The Endgame: Central Bank Digital Currency https://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/putin-brics-is-establishing-a-new-global-reserve-currency
>>346873 >five emerging economies made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa >South Africa To be fair, everything besides China and Russia on that list are geographical nice to have's, at best.
>>346994 Jews hate all of us. Jews control Russia too. Jews have always played both sides of every conflict. >>346995 Also this. >>346972 That's plausible. Maybe part of the great reset. Still, that might be giving western political leaders a bit too much credit. I can't be certain how much is actual conspiracy and how much is just shortsighted incompetence. I think some of the retards actually thought sanctions were a viable political tool, and used it as a crutch to tell their constituents they were doing something while not actually risking war. I think the end-game was to attempt to isolate Russia to reign-in a geopolitical competitor and supposedly get them to stop the war, but instead the sanctions were impotent and the world's economy is just getting shittier.
>>346998 I'm interested in how this will go. Depends on whether or not they can get OPEC in on the deal, to dethrone the petrodollar. I'm not quite sure if the Saudis will break their ties with the United States currency-deals unless this thing turns out well. It might have a chance if it's backed by precious metals.
>>346028 They don't want to kill off the population. They just want birthrates in developed countries (see: white people) to decline, so that they can justify perpetual flow of immigration to keep the economy growing, and thus have a stable underclass of browns who'll work for third-world wages.
>>347020 >Still, that might be giving western political leaders a bit too much credit. I have no way of knowing whether or not politicians deliberately set the stage for megalomaniacal elites to grab more power given recent happenings, but it's definitely convenient for the beneficiaries. >I think some of the retards actually thought sanctions were a viable political tool, and used it as a crutch to tell their constituents they were doing something while not actually risking war. I mean, I've always felt like it was insipid virtue signaling from the usual lever-pullers and talking heads. The US has the oil supply and infanstructure to easily nullify Russian energy embargoes, but they won't. You can guess as to why, but I have my own broad suspicions that it's a deliberate sabotage of Western economies. Fuck Russia, tho.
>>347033 >but it's definitely convenient for the beneficiaries. Jews have the means to opportunistically benefit from virtually every geopolitical event. That's just the system we live under. >insipid virtue signaling from the usual lever-pullers and talking heads. Yeah, that's what I think. It seems as though politicians are pretty well aware by now that sanctions don't do shit, but they need to look like they're doing something . >deliberate sabotage of Western economies. Also plausible.
>Russia Now Demands Rubles For Grain As World’s Largest Wheat Exporter >After threatening to do so for a couple months now, Russia has pulled the trigger on expanding the list of commodities for which it demands payment in rubles to now include grain exports, effective Friday per a government legal website. >So now grain, sunflower oil and extracted meal are the next to follow the March decision to charge clients from “unfriendly” countries – including major customers in Europe – in rubles for natural gas instead of the normative dollars and euros. >On top of this move, recently Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev announced that Russia’s agricultural products will go to “friendly countries” only, and according to “who needs it most” – a hugely significant statement sure to continue sowing uncertainty and chaos for the global food supply. https://www.zerohedge.com/commodities/russia-will-now-demand-rubles-grain-worlds-largest-wheat-exporter
>WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO THE USSR, BY MIKHAIL SOVIETSKY - (19:00 long) >dismantling the economy, food shortages, chaos in order to bring (((their))) reforms aka solutions >sabotage from within https://www.bitchute.com/video/GaOwQOhgdhsl/ Watch it carefully and tell me that that is not happening in the west right now.
>>347333 >Who Were The Oligarchs Who Plundered Russia? >In 1996 oligarch Boris Berezovsky identified the Semibankirschina or 7 bankers who were effectively running Russia by that time. This video explains who they were, how they acquired so much power and what was ultimately the undoing of their kleptocratic rule of Russia.
Video: >The business model of Germany is gone - Presstitute Holger Zschaepitzon on Die Welt TV ----- >Germany reported its first monthly trade deficit in three decades as companies faced surging costs for imports and softer demand for their products amid a darker economic outlook. The shortfall in May for Europe's biggest economy was 1 billion euros ($1 billion), a gap not seen since 1991. https://archive.ph/pK7w5
>French, German Leaders Warn Populations "Prepare For Total Cut-Off Of Russian Gas" As Social Unrest Looms >European populations are bracing for a frigid upcoming winter amid an impending avalanche of high energy costs and emerging inflation. On Sunday French Economy and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire warned that Russia is poised to totally halt gas supplies to Europe and that people must now "prepare". >Germany too is fearing the worst, as its main conduit for Russian natural gas, Nord Stream 1, has long been scheduled to go down for 10-day maintenance starting Monday. But the persisting fear is that Moscow won't bring it back online, for the purpose of squeezing the German economy further as punishment for its Ukraine stance, forcing Berlin into emergency rationing. >Germany's population of some 80-million is reliant on Russia for over one-third of total gas supplies, and there's no immediate alternative. Should Moscow use "routine" maintenance as an excuse to keep supplies halted, some German publications are even predicting social unrest as the squeeze gets put on the working class population in particular. https://www.zerohedge.com/energy/french-german-leaders-warn-populations-prepare-total-cut-russian-gas-social-unrest-looms
>>347889 I don't think it's going to burst all at once. The decline in quality of life will be gradual enough to prevent chaos, but quick enough for corporations to further consolidate ownership of farmland and housing.
>Why Nord Stream II Must Be Opened Immediately >Next winter Germany, and other European countries, will have an energy crisis. This crisis, we are told, is caused by the proxy war between the U.S. and Russia in Europe. They say that Russia has cut us off from its natural gas deliveries. >That is a lie. >The Ukraine and Poland have shut off some pipelines that bring in gas from Russia to western Europe. Germany has not delivered on the maintenance that is required to keep the NordStream I pipeline at full capacity. The German government has blocked the certification of the NordStream II pipeline which is technically 100% ready to work at full capacity. >The energy crisis Europe will experience was created by the governments of those European countries who stop the pipeline flow of gas from Russia and who's citizens will have to bear the consequences. https://www.moonofalabama.org/2022/07/why-nord-stream-ii-must-be-opened-immediately.html
>Germany While you are eating your bugs for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with hot sauce from the black market, stop showering it wastes water and takes electricity/gas to heat the water. Only wash four places with a hand-towel using cold water only!
>>347022 >They just want birthrates in developed countries (see: white people) to decline but all the developing nations also have declining birth rates. Birth rates are at or below replacement level globally. there are only a handful of exceptions.
>>348679 Yes, but the ultimate goal is to exterminate the "amalek" (jewish word for the ancient adversary, White people). Lowering the birth rate and White Genocide won't meet the jew target fast enough.
>>348701 This, mostly. Not just the white race but the white civilization. War against Russia is only a pretext to force the west to get poor, overdrawn, and kneel to socialism. Create poverty, make it unlivable, create tensions that will destroy society like a coup de grâce after the covid years to finish us. People get angry not being able to afford shit and will support leftism. This is the reason the left here in France did a bigger score. Artificial poverty, sanctions «against Russia» that creates a crisis in Europe. Fucking retards are like «Yeah but Ukraine is being bombed»
Who gives a fuck, they had it coming and now they pay the price. Russia's economy is doing as usual, the sanctions are from the EU against the european population, Russia has nothing to see about it. The fucking krauts started shit, congrats, you rejected nuclear energy, you deserve what you got as the globohomo and the WEF wanted. «You'll own nothing and you will be happy» this is the NWO and it is being installed right now. Unhappy? Get cancelled, silenced, sent to the psychiatric ward. Will you resist or die like a dog?
>(((Victoria Nuland))) Describes the U.S. Strategy to 'Artificially Sink the Price of Russian Oil' My dumb neighbor can see that that also is going to backfire big time. At this point the idea that western policies are the result of stupidity is not holding water anymore, this is deliberated sabotage and treason.
>>348828 Tbh, the domestic policies are more along the lines of sabotage. This sort of thing seems more like they think it might actually work, or are at least cocky enough to try it out without regard. It's never been tried before, but they seem to want to try to flex their economic influence to entertain the idea of a "consumer cartel". Also >treason Lol, lmao even. You thought they ever worked for you in the first place? You weren't tipped off by the systematic push towards the necessity of dual-income households, or the overt quashing of domestic birthrates in favor of importing hundreds of thousands of shitskins? You never found it suspicious why our government pours millions of dollars into subsidies for large corporate farms, while denying family farmers access through absurd bells and whistles to trap them in inescapable cycles of debt until mega corporations buy them out to consolidate the industry/farming/housing oligopolies? You really think they're betraying the state, and not just following its orders as planned? Countries haven't served their people in the past 100+ years. "Treason" is basically meaningless at this point because it's only a legal term for crimes against the state, and the state has never had the interests of its people in mind. Nobody has betrayed you in the past century, because they were always your enemies to begin with, along with the institutions they work in.
>>348841 They're betting on Russia not stopping, because it depends on oil sales for income too. They're likely overplaying their hand in terms of economic influence, but hypothetically if they could get enough countries to only buy oil from Russia at a fixed price they could limit Russia's buyers and freeze the price of oil from Russia at something favorable.
It's still a stupid plan, but not a completely illogical.
>>348842 >It's still a stupid plan, but not a completely illogical. Think about it. Currently the Russians don't have any use for dollars, euros, or yens; so shutting off the supply will cause havoc and accelerate the west demise. This is World Economic Forum 101.
>>345971 I'm very curious: Is there some sort of plan to deal with the unchecked invasion of mexicans and leftists somehow? From what I understand, purely due to a numbers game, even Texas is going to turn purple soon and then will turn hard left forever with no recovery being realistically possible in the current paradigm.
>>350724 >western zog puppets are low IQ imbeciles I don't buy it. The UN's agenda 2030 and recently the WEF's Great Reset conspiracies were started before the invasion of Ukraine. Putin is the excuse the golems are using to collapse the economy and de-industrialize the west. According to the mentioned plots, everything is going according to plan.
>>350725 That doesn't really make sense, though. The whole point of the great reset is to siphon control of everything to the WEF/UN through puppet governments, with the general population getting no say in how things are run. If the world actually de-industrializes the clowns at the top lose the basis of their entire power structure. The whole point is to keep ordinary people in their hamster wheels so that they generate enough economic activity to keep the system going, but at the same time keep everyone so bogged down with taxes and inflationary bullshit that nobody can become wealthy enough to escape it. It's like a hammerhead shark; it has to keep moving no matter what because it if stops moving then the whole organism dies. Since everything runs on credit and bullshit now, the clowns at the top of the pyramid have a vested interest in keeping the cycle of pointless production/consumption going as long as possible.
The idea behind neo-feudalism is to ensure that the peasants are completely dependent on the system so they can't rebel even if they want to. In order for that to work, though, there needs to actually be a system. That means that, no matter what bullshit they might preach about solar panels and cattle farts and whatever, these people absolutely need to ensure that the oil keeps flowing and the container ships keep running and the idiot NPCs keep showing up to their cubicles to do their dumb jobs. Otherwise it literally is back to the dark ages, complete with starvation and cannibalism and anarchy.
If the world is actually under the complete control of a group of puppet-masters, and these masters are taking deliberate action to deindustrialize the west and kill the economy, it means they are either unaware of the consequences these actions will produce, which means they are low IQ imbeciles as Anon said, or else they are deliberately taking actions that will lead to their own destruction along with the rest of us, which means they are literally insane. The only other explanation is that they do not actually have total control, and are going to war as a last hail-Mary to attempt to solidify that control before the whole thing goes to shit. My personal hypothesis is that it's a combination of the first one and the last one.
>>350751 >That doesn't really make sense, though >the whole point is to keep ordinary people in their hamster wheels so that they generate enough economic activity to keep the system going You're missing an important part of the plot, the WEF conspirators have published that they do not need most of the population as it will be replaced by robots and AI. >If the world is actually under the complete control of a group of puppet-masters, and these masters are taking deliberate action to deindustrialize the west and kill the economy, it means they are either unaware of the consequences these actions will produce They are well aware and pleased with their plan, as United Nations' Agenda 2030 states: - Populations will be relocated to "sustainable" regions aka smart cities and surroundings. - Travel will be restricted and all necessities will be at walking distance. - Farming will be part of the past and new synthetic meals will take their place Take note that deindustrialization aka carbon reduction only applies to the west, China and India are not reducing shit and their industrial capacity will not be touched. The new planned paradigm will be Russia putting the raw materials and China using its factories to process them. India is a secondary player to China in the scheme. By the way, get ready for hunger and extreme poverty in the west. I'm sure the jews are gloating.
>>350768 >the WEF conspirators have published that they do not need most of the population as it will be replaced by robots and AI. This just backs up my argument that the WEF conspirators are basically a pack of LARPing retards. Robotics and AI are nowhere near sophisticated enough at present to fully automate the world and eliminate the human workforce. Anyone who is even cursorily familiar with how these technologies work could tell you as much. People who fetishize technology usually don't know that much about it, and tend to overestimate what it's reasonably capable of. Same goes for people who are afraid of technology, actually.
>Take note that deindustrialization aka carbon reduction only applies to the west, China and India are not reducing shit and their industrial capacity will not be touched. >The new planned paradigm will be Russia putting the raw materials and China using its factories to process them. India is a secondary player to China in the scheme. Places like China and India are export economies that are wholly dependent on the global production/consumption cycle to function. In other words, if the Western market for mass-produced shoddy consumer gizmos suddenly collapses, China is beyond fucked. Russia historically has been unable to produce much of anything; their biggest export is energy, to Western Europe. A severely depopulated, deindustrialized Europe isn't going to have much use for massive amounts of either natural gas or flatscreen TVs, and if it has no purchasing power it couldn't buy those things anyway.
>Populations will be relocated to "sustainable" regions aka smart cities and surroundings. Urbanization on the scale we're used to was only made possible by industrialization and global trade. Cities can't source most of what they need locally, and are thus dependent upon an intricate globalized import/export network. This would go double for at this point purely theoretical "smart cities" that, on top of everything else, would be dependent on things like batteries and microchips. These require even more materials, the sourcing of which is even more global and complicated. Presumably, the WEF-conspirator answer to this is that "AI and robots" are going to do all of the work, but this is moronic for reasons I've already explained. There's also the not-insignificant question of how the robots and computers would be built and maintained in the first place, if traditional industry is gone and the human workforce is mostly kill.
>Farming will be part of the past and new synthetic meals will take their place Same issue as above. Synthetic foods require a lot of inputs from a lot of places, and there's a lot of work that goes into manufacturing and transporting them. Again, if the answer is "robots and AI," then it just proves that anyone advocating for something like this would have to be pants-on-head retarded; technology is nowhere near that level.
> Travel will be restricted and all necessities will be at walking distance. The """pandemic""" proved that travel can be easily restricted by fiat, but also that it's economically suicidal to impose these kinds of restrictions in a world that runs on credit and depends on endless production and consumption to keep itself going. Most of the economic problems we're currently experiencing are the direct result of shutting down the global economy and paying for it with printed money, for a period of roughly one and a half years. If you control media and local government, you can certainly overhype a flu virus and use it as an excuse to lock people in their apartments, and as long as those people stay sufficiently frightened and can keep ordering pizzas and watching Netflix, they'll probably comply. However, as we've clearly seen, there's a limit to how far you can push people, and forcibly shutting everything down produces real, material consequences that people will feel and notice no matter how much silly propaganda you fling at them.
Also: >all necessities will be at walking distance This assumes that these necessities can be produced and transported in the first place.
>By the way, get ready for hunger and extreme poverty in the west. We're in agreement here, though for radically different reasons. It will probably be better or worse depending on where you live.
>I'm sure the jews are gloating. Why would they? Israel is a crappy little desert state with few natural resources, surrounded by enemies on all sides. Its continued survival is almost entirely dependent on American goodwill and globalism at large, both of which are on the way out. The rest of Das Juden seem to work in areas like finance and media that are even more dependent on the current system holding together for as long as possible. If the Jews are gloating they're a pack of absolute morons, because they have very little to gloat about.
This is pretty much my whole point about the WEF and people like them: they're just delusional nerds who are too busy jerking off to their transhumanist fantasies to bother putting any serious thought into how their plans would actually play out once implemented. If you took the average redditor and provided him with billions of dollars in capital, Klaus Schwab would probably be the result. I agree that these people are dangerous and should be removed from power before they can do any more harm, but they are not even close to being the all-powerful boogeymen you've made them into.
>>350794 >Klaus Schwab >but they are not even close to being the all-powerful boogeymen you've made them into. Do not underestimate them. They have control on the money supply and therefore many well armed armies
>Russia Vows To Halt All Oil Exports To Countries That Impose "Completely Absurd" Price-Cap >It did not take long for the Kremlin to respond to the G-7 plan to impose price-caps on Russian oil, with Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak warning that Moscow will ban exports of oil and other petroleum products to countries that impose a cap on the price of Russian crude. Novak made the remarks to reporters in Moscow on Sept. 1, according to Russian state media Tass, which came as Western powers were preparing to meet on Sept. 2 to agree on a Russian oil price cap. >- “We will simply not supply oil and petroleum products to such companies or states that impose restrictions, as we will not work non-competitively,” Novak said, while denouncing the price cap as “completely absurd.” >- “It will completely destroy the market,” Novak continued, arguing that interference in market mechanisms in a key commodity like oil would have a destabilizing impact on energy security in countries across the world. https://www.zerohedge.com/energy/g-7-agree-russian-oil-price-cap-scheme
>French presstitutes discussing how economic war against Russia has backfired spectacularly on the west https://t.me/SGTnewsNetwork/31533 The keep the narrative going: - "It is not a global conspiracy to collapse the west, but rather incompetence, blind ideology and stupidity." /s
>>351365 >It is not a global conspiracy to collapse the west As already plotted by the Club of Rome, and WEF and rubber stamped and published by all diplomatic envoys at the UN on the Agenda 21 / 2030 roadmap.
>Trust in dollar gone – Putin >Russia is gradually moving away from ‘unreliable’ currencies, the Russian president says >Traditional reserve currencies like the US dollar and the euro have lost their credibility as a basis for international settlements, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday. https://www.rt.com/business/562334-trust-in-dollar-gone-putin/
One of the reasons the US is collapsing now is that Americans think that decay will be stopped by becoming Fascists and Communists. Americans think the US will be improved by expanding wars, increasing the debt, and adding more tyranny when the reason the USA is crashing is because the US has wars, is in debt, and has a police state.
Americans say that they love freedom, but then they turn around and say they need the government to give them free Obamacare, build a wall, protect the US from Yemen, wiretap their phones, arrest people for feeding the homeless, stop farmers from plowing fields, force people to get rid of dogs, ban vaping, and torture suspects.
That one retarded bot sure loves talking about fascism as if it is synonymous with the various forms of jewish tyranny under communism and democracy. Plenty of babbled truisms and buzzwords and rhetorical blustering. But no point. Every time it posts like that, whether its post is removed or not, it is noticed. The Jews were behind Communism and the only democratically elected government to genuinely scare and meaningfully oppose the Jews was Hitler's.
>>351704 Embracing fascism isn't "Sacrificing some freedoms to protect others", and it isn't "A compromise on the ideals of freedom and lawlessnes". Lawlessness is not a valuable ideal. Fascism is recognizing that good laws are necessary to protect good people, and bad laws restrict the rights of the people and their capacity to defend themselves. Good economic actions are necessary by the government to stop the Jews from taking over and bad economic actions serve the Jews or a big government dominated by the jews and opposed to the will of the people. Libertarianism is giving up on government and hoping your enemies will give up on trying to make you obey their government. Liberalism is doing what the Jews say because they told you it's what nice smart people do to help the most needy and you don't feel like questioning it. Capitalism is allowing Jews above the law to collude illegally and use big government and money extracted from the white taxpayers through dishonest means to dominate the market and crush all opposition. Fascism is what the Jews cry when the white man stops letting the Jews control his economy, government, and life.
>In other news: "Twitch blocked the channel of a Russian who was broadcasting his 24/7 gas stove to Europeans. >The Twitch streaming platform has removed the channel of a resident of Rostov-on-Don with the nickname russiangas1, who trolls Europeans with a round-the-clock broadcast with burning gas burners and boasted about the low price of gas in Russia." https://t.me/police_frequency/77647
>>352919 >Americans think Citizens don't think. Americans think. Americans can be identified by their body and spirit.
Who would Americans choose to help during the Russian Revolution? What would they look like? Who would a Citizen choose to help during the Russian Revolution? What would they look like? Who would Americans choose to help during WW2? What would they look like? Who would a Citizen choose to help during WW2? What would they look like?
When given a choice between a CIA puppet state governed by an actor installed by the State Department, and a Russian ogliarch who rose to power within the communist party of Russia, who would an American choose to help?
Americans understand that the collapse was inevitable, and know the root causes. Citizens don't.
An American has fully embraced the mantra of the founding fathers: Fuck You. Fuck Taxes. Fuck any man who infringes on natural rights.
>>352924 >sovereign American claims that the state is invalid and its abolishment is due Sovereignty means more than just "claiming" something. It means actually acting on it and living autonomously from authority.
>>353141 Sanctions have never, ever worked to impose compliance in international conflicts. However, I don't think compliance is the goal with these sanctions. It could also be the intent to isolate Russia and force a decoupling of the European economy from Russia's resources, with the long-term intent to limit Russia's geopolitical influence as a supplier.
>>353143 You're right if you look at the surface, but there is another layer guided by the kikes calling the shots which is to collapse the global economy and transition to cashless society and social credit score, same than China.
>>353250 They also take money out of circulation such as with coins. They also because this is loan/debt based the internal money supply at banks to central banks finally to the privately owned federal reserve. The F.R. 'buys' the currency back using internal bank bucks. It's then technically removed from circulation. <Increasing Interest Rates They double dip into your pockets if you use anything that has interest. Keep in mind the cost of a Basket of Goods has remained nearly. Also that wages are stagnant loosing to inflation. >However they have the homo They could stop printing more shit. You increase the buying power of the currency. By backing the currency with more stuff that can actually be exchanged that's worth something. What matters is who holds the bag of shit. Another way is to increase the flow of currency, the more use over time the currency sees the less shit it is. Keynesian theory 'people' would have you believe burying a larger pile of currency then paying people to unearth that currency works. There's a reverse gambling situation with who holds the crap bag. And the ever trusty US tactic of "don't fuck with us or we'll all go down in an economic crisis" where everyone who has and uses the currency holds the crap basket, where the threat of being annulled completely is a value itself.
>>353250 I wrote a big post, but it comes down to taxation and domestic production. Rich people have massive resource pools that aren't circulating through the economy by way of domestic industry. Because there is little domestic industry, there isn't domestic reproduction, which means there isn't enough replacement people to sustain the economy. A healthy economy needs to waste resources on something, and babies are both a good and massively wasteful. They require sanitation, doctors, education, toys, entertainment, etc.
Inflation occurs when the currency supply exceeds what is necessary to maintain easy transactions. The solution is to severely tax all foreign industry and labor, deport over 51% of the population, and severely tax stagnant pools of resources. All while eliminating productivity taxes on domestic production (income, self owned and occupied home, etc).
Look at the occupancy rate in New York. You fix it by implementing a progressive tax on empty properties. 1 unit 10%, 2 units 30%, 3 units 70%, 4+ units 99%.
Look at how many people aren't competing with corporations. You fix it by limiting patent periods (no more than 10 years), and patent protections (you must produce a commercial product within 4 years of filing). You fix it by making business licenses worth something (a business license should carry the same protections as an LLC) You fix it by creating two tiers of business licenses. Tier 1: this business operates as buyer beware. Tier 2: this business has been inspected by the government to meet certain quality standards and service requirements.
So you can tackle inflation in numerous ways, including but not limited to: taxing, fucking, or killing.
>>353340 The owners of major stagnant resource pools expel themselves as soon as you start taxing them properly. Look at what happened with the Jews in Germany when the nationalists started to shut down their bullshit. Those Jews tried to flee Germany with their stolen treasures.
The real trick is to tightly control valuable commodities before you crack down, which prevents the slimy whores from stealing them.
>>353261 Would also be necessary to replace the hyperinflated US dollar with a new "White Dollar" (wollar? whitecoin?) backed by white labour instead of something jews have tons of like gold or imaginary money. Like what hitler did but x100.
>>353408 >jews have tons of like gold Exactly, the jews have cornered the gold market and using it as a reference for currency value or backup is absurd, as the jews would dictate at will the national currency worth.
>>353410 What if each nation's currency could only be backed against the labour of its people? Would some currencies naturally outvalue others to match the low quality of chinese high rises vs western engineering?
>>353416 Labor backed currencies derive their value from the industries which can be accessed using the currency. In a well managed economy, international trade would be conducted with a resource which couldn't be acquired using domestic production (gold, silver, uranium, lead, iron, wheat, corn, oil, cattle, swine, etc). Those who wish to trade would acquire a line of credit (no actual currency) through a heavily controlled and monitored corporation which is allowed to exist by the government.
I will use this as an example: I want a small machine shop in Shenzhen to produce 1,000 miniature parts. To have this shop produce my parts, I would have to form a corporation in China. The Chinese government would then tell me an exchange rate for resources. In this case, the government would exchange 10,000 yuan for 1 ton of rice, or 40 live pigs. I would furnish the government with the required resources using the corporation, and the government would give the corporation virtual yuan to spend. The corporation would then use the yuan and paper contracts to purchase the 1,000 miniature parts. In a well run government, that corporation wouldn't be able to transfer ownership or virtual yuan.
All domestic production would be essentially free market, except when new currency is minted through government contracts. If all international trade and currencies were conducted this way, you would see some currencies rise above others for certain tasks. Because of this, it would be the duty of a government to protect it's citizens and in turn the value of it's currency, by stopping exploitation.
In a perfect world, labor backed currencies are superior because they aren't limited by a physical resource and only hold value within a State.
>>353485 >Price Controls, Windfall Taxes, Tighter Regulations Or in other words: >central control, central control, and more central control Yes, if the very same people who started this economic crisis are just given even more authority, I'm sure they can finally turn things around!
>>353476 I use corporation because that's the only thing I can think of. It works in this very specific instance, because the foreigner (and their country) is ideally treated as a probable threat so liabilities and punishments are obvious. It is the duty of the highest level of government to defend domestic interests in the most effective ways. Diplomacy, treaties, assassinations, piracy, war, etc.
In the case of my Shenzhen parts example, the government would have the receipt to the machine shop for the 1,000 parts, know the exact flow of virtual yuan, and inspect and monitor the export of the 1,000 parts. Agents of the corporation wouldn't even set foot in the country, and would have a fully monitored office on the docks where their product would be exported.
The most basic retort to this process would be to say that it's wildly inefficient. And the answer is: Yes. Inefficiencies are sometimes good. In this case there are multiple ways to shut down the deal if it's suspected that something is being exploited or stolen.
If people are not aware, there's also an aluminum and CO2 shortage: https://archive.ph/3hJ2W >But as publications around the U.S. have noted, there are still supply chain issues, especially when it comes to a recent shortage of carbon dioxide and an ongoing shortage of aluminum cans. >... >“CO2 is a byproduct of ethanol and fertilizer,” Webb explained. “Ethanol production is in decline in the U.S. due to the federal government urging less use of fossil fuels and less U.S. production. Fertilizer production is down due to rising energy costs.” >Another problem is the difficulty sourcing parts for repairs and maintenance, both for the plants that make CO2 and the trucks that deliver it. https://archive.ph/Dbriv >Carbon dioxide is use in many ways in food production, including beverage carbonization, modified-atmosphere packaging, stunning animals for slaughter, and cooling or freezing. IOW, by the government's insistences to go "fully green", a by-product of this is that we can no longer bake, store, and ship food. <I've yet to research aluminum smelters, but here's a list of "food grade" CO2 supplies in the U.S.. (Perhaps un)surprisingly, a number of them are gas companies like Chevron, Marathon Petrol, Phillips 66, and Valero.
>>353681 >I've yet to research aluminum smelters They don't really exist in the US anymore, and they can't be restarted because the facilities no longer exist. At the beginning of the industrial exporting in the 80's, most of the aluminum smelters were shut down and offshored to China. The power contracts were then awarded to FAGMAN tech companies, and the locals were never allowed into the tech industry, as FAGMAN imported their chosen from California. Why do you think Blackrock, Facebook, Amazon, and Google have a huge presence in Washington? FYI: Blackrock's most important datacenter is located in a single, heavily guarded town in Washington. It's main use is market predictions, and is wildly successful.
Did you know that the US was the primary source of Aluminium products because of the Columbia River dams?
>>354117 >How would you feel if you wanted to get married, but your girlfriend lives in Australia and the borders are closed? Why would I be in such a long-distance relationship in the first place? >How would you feel if you wanted to buy razors, but razors are locked up because the government has legalized theft and stores want to reduce shoplifting? I deal with that whenever I have to buy brushes for my toothbrush. I call over a clerk, they open the case, and I pay for it. >How would you feel if you wanted to drive a car, but the state requires your fingerprints to get a license? They already do that. >What would you do if you wanted to work, but the government said that you must get a dangerous vaccine? Find another job where the vaccine isn't a requirement. >What if you wanted to buy a dog, but the government said dogs were illegal? I'd move to a place where dogs are not illegal. But, why would I be able to buy a dog, legally, when the government already made it illegal?
>>354121 That's a bot. You're talking to the bot that pops up now and then to make retarded non-arguments, spout statements in an attempt to sound deep, and yell insane hypotheticals. It never contributes to discussions, it just seeks to derail them with retarded hypotheticals and attempts at doubt-raising. Or it makes a randomly generated wannabe-deep post to blend in, maybe two, so it can eventually make a post intended to derail threads.
It says shit like "Americans" and "Police state" and "what if" but you can tell it's retarded because it thinks fascism is a bad thing.
>>355717 >>355718 >>355720 Expect to see more of this kind of thing as crypto becomes gradually more mainstream. Bitcoin and Monero are the only legitimately decentralized cryptocurrencies that can be held and used without permission from kikes/governments/government kikes. All other crypto/de-fi projects are just third party projects that you should treat the same way as stocks and other normie investments, the only serious difference is that it doesn't have the safety nets that comes from being regulated and federally insured and all that. Crypto/de-fi now is basically where stocks were in the 1920s. That's probably going to change at some point in the relatively near future, and most likely the sector will end up being regulated and turned into a rigged game like everything else. It's still new enough that you can make money in it, but you should enter into crypto markets with the assumption that you're still basically playing around in the kikes' sandbox, so exercise caution.
As far as Bitcoin and Monero and whatnot goes, since kikes can't actually control it, they will probably seek to control people's access to it instead. Exchanges are the gateways between crypto and fiat that you basically have to use if you want to invest in crypto and also cash it out or spend it. So again, expect to see kikes moving aggressively into this area in the near term.
Main thing to keep in mind is to not store anything you want to hang onto in an exchange, put it in a hard wallet.
>>355739 >what's the point The point is depriving kiked monetary systems of precious cash and having the freedom buy things online anonymously. That and the fact that crypto is often traded like stocks. >valueless WoW tokens that cannot be used for anything As opposed to fiat paper money, which is so intrinsically valuable? There a loads of online stores that accept crypto and they're easy to find if you aren't too lazy. If you don't like crypto, then at least buy silver or something, boomer.
>>355745 >The point is depriving kiked monetary systems of precious cash That isn't how that works. >and having the freedom buy things online anonymously. The only "Anonymous" crypto-currency is Monero. Even then, it requires the internet, which the government can track where things happen. Then there's cameras in every corner of the city. Don't have a camera? What do you think a phone is? Don't have a phone? We'll ping everyone else who does. >That and the fact that crypto is often traded like stocks. Except crypto literally has ZERO value. It cannot be used for anything practical. Even the comparison to WoW tokens is giving crypto too much as you can still use those WoW tokens to do something in an actual game that people across the globe play. What can crypto do? >As opposed to fiat paper money, which is so intrinsically valuable? That value is the government's word. However, everyone that believes in that at face value should also take a look at investing in the invisible bridge I'm building. Even if you have the strongest currency in the world, that is backed gold spun by Rumpelstiltskin, you still diversify where your assets are. You stock up on gold and silver that you store somewhere. You invest in companies who provide value. You buy products and services that allow you to provide value to others. And, so on.
What value does crypto have? It's just a bunch of data sitting on a thumb drive.
>>355746 Look, Anon, I like crypto because it allows me to pay for my meds that I need to keep my kidneys from self-deleting and I can't afford it in the states without being thrust into terminal poverty. That's pretty much it, really.