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China Rampages Through American Stock Market After Debut Of Biden-Bush Comedy Duo

May 19, 2022

China Rampages Through American Stock Market After Debut Of Biden-Bush Comedy Duo

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

An insightful new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin praising Russian Muslim servicemen deployed in the “Special De-Nazification Operation” to liberate Ukraine for their bravery and courage to mark the 1,100-years of Islam in Tatarstan, says quick to follow it saw powerful Islamic leader Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declaring that his NATO nation cannot abandon Russia, with him stating: “This is a strategic issue for us, strategic relations…We cannot abandon them or break them”.

Joining Turkey’s declaration of support for Russia against the Western colonial powers, this report notes, this morning it saw Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak revealing that about half of Gazprom Export’s 54 foreign clients have opened Ruble bank accounts to pay for Russian gas—a revelation joined by European Commissioner for Economy Paolo Gentiloni revealing that a sixth package of European Union sanctions against Russia has been blocked—a revelation that follows Swiss banks unfreezing over $3.4-billion of Russian assets—is an unsurprising move as the lion’s share of Russian raw materials is traded via Switzerland and its nearly 1,000 commodity firms that are not controlled by the Western colonial powers—and today it sees the Asian energy giant India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corporation moving to purchase additional stakes in Russian oil and gas fields from the Western colonial firms that plan to leave the country, with them stating: “The war will not last forever, nor will the sanctions…We must move to secure our energy supplies…We understand the risk and we are willing to take the risk”.

Further to be noted, this report continues, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov revealed this morning that the Russian economy has overcome the first shock from the sanctions imposed by the Western colonial powers—a fact acknowledged by United States Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, who yesterday admitted that a debt default would hardly hurt Russia, but in spite of saw her stating she won’t allow Russia to pay US investors the interest payments owed to them.

Among those knowing the horrific damage the Western colonial powers are causing to the entire world, this report details, is United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, who yesterday declared: “Let’s be clear, there is no more effective solution to the food crisis without the reintegration of Ukrainian food production, as well as food and fertilizer produced by Russia and Belarus, into world markets”—a declaration joined this morning by Ukrainian Agricultural Minister Mykola Solsky warning that the global community needs to prepare for wheat prices rising to $700 per ton this year, a nearly 40% jump from the current $430, with him stating: “Are we ready to pay $500, $600, $700 per ton?…The situation is critical for Asian and African countries, which mostly import grain from Ukraine…This year we expect a 50% drop from last year’s harvest, and the next winter sowing campaign is in jeopardy”.

In the latest response to these Western colonial powers seeking total global domination, this report notes, State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin published a list of these “unfriendly nations” ranked by the number of anti-Russian sanctions they have imposed, that’s headed by the United States, with 1,983 distinct sanctions placed against Russia, then followed by CanadaBritain, the European Union as a single entity, Australia and Japan, and saw him declaring: “By introducing illegal sanctions against Russia, these states triggered a surge of prices for energy and food…Those are the primary culprits behind the current troubles and the future crises throughout the world”.

In what can only be compared to a demented and deranged comedy duo reminiscent of the British fictional artificial intelligence character Max Headroom that appeared during the height of the Cold War in the mid 1980s, this report continues, yesterday it saw former President George W. Bush sputtering the words: “The result is an absence of checks and balances in Russia, and the decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq”—after which it saw Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden giving a speech where he started nonsensically muttering: “A-A-N-I-N-H-A-P-I-I-I-I-I-I-I”.

Most certainly not having a sense of humor about the new Biden-Bush comedy duo, this report concludes, is China, whose top Foreign Ministry official Yang Jiechi yesterday warned the Western colonial powers: “China will take decisive action to protect its sovereignty and security interests, and we will turn our words into reality”—a warning swiftly followed by the American stock markets plunging off a cliff, with the Dow closing 1,164 points down in its biggest fall since 2020—but whose true cause for this rampage through the American stock markets was ignited by an internal Chinese Communist Party directive barring senior officials from owning property abroad or stakes in overseas entities, whether directly or through spouses and children—and about which the Wall Street Journal reports: “The directive came as Mr. Xi seeks to minimize geopolitical risks for the Communist Party amid concerns that officials with overseas financial exposure could become a liability if the U.S. and other Western powers impose sanctions against Chinese leaders and their relatives, similar to what was done against Moscow following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine”.

[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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