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"Regardless of what you feel about Putin, Zelensky... it’s time to confront the Elephant in Room... Sanctions... align so perfectly with the Great Reset"

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Recall that “the worst food shortages for fifty years” were predicted as a result of Covid. But they never materialised.

Likewise, we were due to experience Covid-related energy disruptions and power cuts. Short of the UK’s damp squib of a “petrol crisis”, they never really arrived.

But now they are heading our way after all – because war and sanctions

Increased food prices, decreased use of fossil fuels, lowering standards of living, public money poured into “renewables”. This is all part of a very familiar agenda, isn’t it?

Regardless of what you feel about Putin, Zelensky, the war in general or Ukrainian Nazis, it’s time to confront the elephant in room.

We need to be asking: What exactly is the real aim of these sanctions? And how come they align so perfectly with the great reset? - Ex-FBI special agent Mark Wauck  

Mark Wauck, a retired FBI special agent and RealClear Politics as well as American Thinker contributor, has posted "Is Russia the REAL target of Western sanctions?" which asks "Soaring oil prices, energy and food crises on the horizon…is it possible the REAL target of this economic war is us?": 

Sanctions are driving the price of all Russia’s strategic resources—wheat, oil, gas, you name it—through the roof, and that’s good for Russia. Very good.

Comments

T said…
I’d say aim to be a wise virgin and gather plenty of oil, for the bridegroom is coming at an hour you do not expect, to bestow just reward to His faithful and unfaithful servants.

Seriously CBDCs and digital IDs look like the mark of the beast and Francis supports UBI, which will come as a response to famine and financial catastrophe. No mark, no buying or selling.

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