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Eurozone Imposes Wartime Economy As Ukraine Warns Of “Limited” Nuclear War

September 9, 2022

Eurozone Imposes Wartime Economy As Ukraine Warns Of “Limited” Nuclear War

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

A compelling new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting President Putin sent a telegram to Britain’s new King Charles III expressing condolences over the death his mother Queen Elizabeth II, says the message stated: “The most important events in the modern history of the United Kingdom are inseparably linked to the name of Her Majesty…For many decades, Elizabeth II rightfully enjoyed the love and respect of her subjects, as well as authority on the world stage”, then President Putin wished King Charles III “courage and perseverance” in the face of this “heavy and irreparable loss”, then requested of him: “I ask you to convey the words of sincere sympathy and support to the members of the royal family and all the people of Great Britain”.

The modern historical links between Russia and the Western colonial British monarchy, this report notes, began in 1776, which was when King George III offered a bribe to Empress Catharine the Great to send Russian troops to fight against the American colonialists fighting for their freedom against the British Empire, that she outright refused and maintained trade with the American revolutionaries—in 1863, when Queen Victoria plotted with France to invade the United States during the American Civil War to divide it up between them, Alexander II sent two Russian fleets under the command of Admirals Lessovski and Popov to New York and San Francisco in order to put pressure on London and fight the British navy if necessary, then Russian ships patrolled the American shores for 10 months, thus, Russia was the first European power, who officially supported the Union and President Lincoln, and soon the war was over.

In 1914, this report further notes, it saw British monarchy cousins King George V of EnglandKaiser Wilhelm II of Germany and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia masterminding World War I, whose estimated toll of nearly 20-million deaths led to the collapse of the Russian EmpireOttoman Empire and Austrian-Hungarian Empire—was a World War I that led to the rise of the Nazi German EmpireJapanese EmpireSoviet Empire and American Empire to join the British Empire on the world stage, whose World War II battle for global supremacy left another nearly 100-million dead—after which the British EmpireNazi German Empire and Japanese Empire collapsed leaving the Soviet Empire and American Empire in charge of the global stage—in 1991, the Soviet Empire collapsed leaving the American Empire in charge of the global stage—on 17 October 1994, it saw Queen Elizabeth II becoming the only British monarch to set foot on Russian soil, but who did not wear any of the jewels her grandmother, Queen Maryhad bought from descendants of aristocratic Russian refugees after the 1917 revolution—and on 24 June 2003, it saw President Putin making his one and only visit with Queen Elizabeth II in London.

The most consequential historical link between Russia and the Western colonial British monarchy, however, this report continues, occurred in 1853, one of the most pivotal years in history that saw the British Empire losing vast amounts of global trade to both Russia and the United States—and in that year when Nicholas I ordered Russian troops to retake Crimea from the Ottoman Empire to open trade routes through the Black Sea and save Christian peoples from Islamic persecution, Queen Victoria, who did not want Russia to have trade access into the British Empire controlled Mediterranean Sea, ordered British forces to take the side of the Ottoman Empire in the conflict now known as the Crimean War.

The critical importance of knowing the historical links between Russia and the Western colonial British monarchy, this report details, is because today it sees Crimea, once again, being the main piece on the global chessboard that will determine the fate of global trade for the 21st Century—and whose fate about caused Ukrainian Commander in Chief General Valery Zaluzhny to gravely warn yesterday: “There is a direct threat of the use, under certain circumstances, of tactical nuclear weapons by the Russian armed forces…It is also impossible to completely rule out the possibility of the direct involvement of the world’s leading countries in a ‘limited’ nuclear conflict, in which the prospect of World War III is already directly visible”.

Quickly following this grave warning of World War III, this report notes, the BBC revealed: “The European Central Bank has announced a record rise in Eurozone interest rates as it seeks to fight inflation…Prices in the bloc are rising at the highest pace for half a century as energy costs soar”—a revelation quickly joined by the leftist New York Times article “Wartime Economics Comes To Europe”, wherein it assessed: “Europe seems set to respond by doing what democracies always do when confronted with wartime inflation: imposing windfall profits taxes, price controls and probably rationing”—and in the just published New York Times article “As Crises Mount, Europe Turns Once Again To Big Spending”, sees it claming: “The standoff with Russia over Ukraine and rising energy prices are rapidly overturning European economic orthodoxy, with barely a peep of dissent”.

The “barely a peep of dissent” claim made by the leftist New York Times about what’s occurring in Europe, this report continues, is countered by the factual reality of the mass protests in the Czech Republic and British police preparing for mass public unrest and riots—today it sees global economic experts factually observing: “As winter draws near and temperatures drop Europe finds itself to be very vulnerable…Rejection of Russian energy is not only slowing Europe’s economy, but also bringing on a recession…What’s worse, Europe’s economic woes are self-inflicted…Is Europe attempting suicide?”—and in the just published Wall Street Journal article “Europe Pays And Pays For Net Zero”, it factually assessed: “Prices and subsidies are both soaring thanks to foolish climate policy…The contours of Europe’s crisis are well-known by now. Governments across the Continent for decades concocted increasingly aggressive plans to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions in the name of arresting climate change…The effort is to meet a pledge to achieve “net-zero” emissions in the 2040s or 2050s…Now the cost of that folly is coming due, and it’s predictably enormous”.

Also quick to respond to Ukraine’s warning of World War III, this report notes, was the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (aka North Korea), that vowed to launch a nuclear strike “automatically and immediately” if officials believe “the command and control system for the national nuclear force is in danger due to an attack by hostile forces”—a nuclear strike vow swiftly followed by India and China agreeing to an immediate withdrawal of their soldiers stationed along a border friction point near the Indian Ladakh region since 2020, both of whom know that upon the outbreak of war between Russia and the socialist Western colonial powers, it will see North Korea launching nuclear strikes against anyone it perceives to be an enemy, and they don’t want it to be them.

At the same time Ukraine issued its World War III warning, this report notes, top socialist Biden Regime official Secretary of State Antony Blinken made a surprise visit to Kiev to give them $2-billion for their “successful” so-called counteroffensive—is $2-billion in aid that’s part of Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden’s request for more than $47-billion in emergency funding to help Ukraine and tackle COVID-19, monkeypox and natural disasters that’s encountering deep skepticism from Senate Republicans, signaling a showdown ahead—is a showdown that sees Republican Party leaders in the US Congress slamming more aid for Ukraine, and stating: “This newest call from President Biden is simply a superficial mid-term election gimmick that will only damage our country in both the short and long term”—this week it saw Democrat Party lawmaker US Senator Jack Reed saying he won’t support sending American fighter jets to Ukraine—and as to what is really happening to the billions-of-dollars supposedly being flooded into Ukraine by the socialist Western colonial powers, it sees Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova factually revealing: “This is part of a global corruption scheme to allocate colossal funds from the budgets of Western so-called democracies and divide them among their companies…We have seen this many times in other countries and other regions of the world…Now this scheme is being implemented in Ukraine”.

While viewing the global chessboard whose main piece Crimea has the world now poised on the brink of World War III, this report concludes, it caused Director Sergey Naryshkin of the Foreign Intelligence Service, who also heads up the Russian Historical Society, to most factually observe:

The international sphere is currently going through a transformation as many countries are embarking on the path of sovereign development and are relying on their own cultural heritage and traditions.

However, a small group of Western countries is standing in the way.

Western liberal-totalitarian regimes which have essentially usurped the right to decide the vector of humanity’s development and have imposed their own neo-colonial world order,

The events of recent weeks indicate that the United States will continue to drag out the conflict in Ukraine with all its might, regardless of the huge losses of Ukrainian armed forces, or the prospect of impoverishment of its European satellites.

The Anglo-Saxon desire for world domination spreads to continental Europe as well; nearly all European states today are essentially under the direct rule of Washington.

Unfortunately, most European politicians today are not guided by the needs of their constituents.

This is not the first time that a specific country or political bloc has attempted to rule the world, but human history shows that all such attempts are inevitably doomed to fail.

[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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