Economic effects of the Russo-Ukrainian War

Samseau

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member
This is war on the American people by the Biden regime, highlighted by the fact that we are suffering under economic depression and inflation.

They are going all in to defeat Russia. The chews ruling the "west" will be turned into banana republic dictators if they cannot find a fresh kill to sustain their usury empire. Once the dollar falls, then they won't be able to pull everyone's strings in the "west" and all the demons they've been creating over the past 6 decades will be unleashed upon them (and the rest of us too).
 

rainy

Pelican
Other Christian
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Pointy Elbows

Pelican
Orthodox
Solution: Diminish the Western hemisphere, pitting it into war with Russia.

Reaction: As a part of the response, the West imposes sanctions on resource-rich Russia and production-rich China.

Action: Provoke a long past-due hot war in Ukraine.

Europe recently closed one of it's largest aluminum plants (energy cost): https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...-aluminum-plant-as-europe-s-power-woes-deepen

Other European aluminum plants are reducing production: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...inum-plant-will-cut-output-22-on-energy-costs

American aluminum is having problems: https://www.foxnews.com/us/kentucky...uction-lays-off-600-workers-high-energy-costs

Now the West wants to block Russian aluminum? Is there a Strategic Aluminum Reserve we can draw down? Will we go to the top Aluminum exporting countries in the world to cover the shortfall (like our embarrassing and immature requests of OPEC):


If that article is correct, China is the world's top aluminum producer by 10X. I don't think they will be ramping up production to help us out.

We've alienated the energy sector. Now we are going to isolate ourselves in aluminum. Our financial sanctions didn't go the way we wanted. What's next? Is this becoming a sector by sector sanction war to isolate the entire West (even more so than just Germany)?
 

Thomas More

Crow
Protestant
Solution: Diminish the Western hemisphere, pitting it into war with Russia.

Reaction: As a part of the response, the West imposes sanctions on resource-rich Russia and production-rich China.

Action: Provoke a long past-due hot war in Ukraine.

Europe recently closed one of it's largest aluminum plants (energy cost): https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...-aluminum-plant-as-europe-s-power-woes-deepen

Other European aluminum plants are reducing production: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...inum-plant-will-cut-output-22-on-energy-costs

American aluminum is having problems: https://www.foxnews.com/us/kentucky...uction-lays-off-600-workers-high-energy-costs

Now the West wants to block Russian aluminum? Is there a Strategic Aluminum Reserve we can draw down? Will we go to the top Aluminum exporting countries in the world to cover the shortfall (like our embarrassing and immature requests of OPEC):


If that article is correct, China is the world's top aluminum producer by 10X. I don't think they will be ramping up production to help us out.

We've alienated the energy sector. Now we are going to isolate ourselves in aluminum. Our financial sanctions didn't go the way we wanted. What's next? Is this becoming a sector by sector sanction war to isolate the entire West (even more so than just Germany)?
Please. The US is way ahead of Russia in LGBT+ rights. Also, we have way more legal pot production than Russia. Look at all the tourism this brings for the United States!

Russia is stuck in the past with it's oil, aluminum, and wheat production. The US has a truly modern economy that is based on cutting edge cultural trends.
 

Pointy Elbows

Pelican
Orthodox
Please. The US is way ahead of Russia in LGBT+ rights. Also, we have way more legal pot production than Russia. Look at all the tourism this brings for the United States!

Russia is stuck in the past with it's oil, aluminum, and wheat production. The US has a truly modern economy that is based on cutting edge cultural trends.
Ha, somehow I forgot that the US led war (as perceived by much of the non-Western world) has also thrown the wheat and food industry into turmoil. We've redirected Ukrainian grains to w. Europe, instead of their original MENA points of sale. The world fertilizer market is disrupted also. This is a great way to alienate poor countries. They have no way to influence a big war like Russia v. NATO, but they do get hungry. Many countries are focused on the simple things like bringing food to their market. Someone else referenced this previously:


Again, the US/West is alienating people, not befriending them.
 

911

Owl
Catholic
Gold Member
Solution: Diminish the Western hemisphere, pitting it into war with Russia.

Reaction: As a part of the response, the West imposes sanctions on resource-rich Russia and production-rich China.

Action: Provoke a long past-due hot war in Ukraine.

Europe recently closed one of it's largest aluminum plants (energy cost): https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...-aluminum-plant-as-europe-s-power-woes-deepen

Other European aluminum plants are reducing production: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...inum-plant-will-cut-output-22-on-energy-costs

American aluminum is having problems: https://www.foxnews.com/us/kentucky...uction-lays-off-600-workers-high-energy-costs

Now the West wants to block Russian aluminum? Is there a Strategic Aluminum Reserve we can draw down? Will we go to the top Aluminum exporting countries in the world to cover the shortfall (like our embarrassing and immature requests of OPEC):


If that article is correct, China is the world's top aluminum producer by 10X. I don't think they will be ramping up production to help us out.

We've alienated the energy sector. Now we are going to isolate ourselves in aluminum. Our financial sanctions didn't go the way we wanted. What's next? Is this becoming a sector by sector sanction war to isolate the entire West (even more so than just Germany)?

China and Russia are going to pick up the slack on the global aluminum shortfall, this product is highly energy intensive. Russia is going to be basically exporting its gas through its aluminum production, which is completely fungible, ie they can export it through third parties.

Same goes for other energy-intesive products like fertilizer, cement, paper etc.

Canada is also a big beneficiary, esp with hydro-powered plants in Quebec and BC.
 

uncledick

Woodpecker
Catholic


Man the elites really are going all in on ukraine. This kind of response would've been unheard of even 5 years ago.

Basically, she saying the west isn't interested in promoting democracy in developing or third world nations anymore, and they are on their own. I wonder if it's primarily because the ukraine conflict is a giant money pit and the fiat money machine that goes brrrr is slowing down.

I think it's a sign that chewish globohomo know that the vast majority of the worlds population isn't on their transgendered/transhumanist train so they are consolidating their authoritarian power over North America, Europe, and pacific states like Australia, NZ, SK and Japan, to become a insular power bloc that will regroup, and try to resume bringing Satanism to the world after they've dealt with any/all internal opposition a few decades hence.
 

Cynllo

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
Saudi Arabia has inquired about joining the BRICS.


Saudi Arabia has expressed its interest in joining the Brics bloc.
This was revealed by President Cyril Ramaphosa during his two-day state visit to the kingdom on Sunday.
“The Crown Prince (prime minister Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud) did express Saudi Arabia’s desire to be part of Brics and they are not the only country,” said Ramaphosa.
He confirmed this on Sunday during an engagement with the media.
Brics held its first summit in 2009, with SA joining the following year. The bloc has generally been seen as an alternative to the dominance of the western economies.
“We did say that Brics having a summit next year under the chairship of South Africa in SA and the matter is going to be under consideration.
“A number of countries are making approaches to Brics members, and we have given them the same answer that it will be discussed by the Brics partners and thereafter a decision will be made.”
 
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