Economic effects of the Russo-Ukrainian War

Max Roscoe

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
America losing more support from one of its longest and strongest allies.


A Saudi prince related to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's seemingly took aim at President Biden and the U.S., warning leaders not to threaten Saudi Arabia.

"There's going to be some consequences for what they've done with Russia," Biden said during an interview with CNN last week.
Pissing away allies for no reason.

The US has less than 25 days of diesel fuel supply, a 70 year low.
Insert Sun Tsu meme about "when you are running low on fuel, antagonize your ally who is the #1 supplier of oil."

 
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Samseau

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member
Other commentators have noticed this too. Saud, Turkey, and India would not be cozying up to Russia if it was true that Russia is losing catastrophically.

Not to mention, Muslim countries are exceptionally red-pilled about chews. There's no way they see the Biden administration as anything except foul chewery. Conversely, when Trump was in power and it was Whites running (most) of the show, America had massive respect with the Muslims and got whatever they wanted. Really not hard to figure out what's going on here.

India is mainly a weak nation that desires to stay out of conflicts as much as possible, so there's no way they'll become pro-American if China, Muslims, etc side with Russia.
 

username

Ostrich
Catholic
Gold Member
India is mainly a weak nation that desires to stay out of conflicts as much as possible, so there's no way they'll become pro-American if China, Muslims, etc side with Russia.
India is pretty wise. They avoided the whole US military base in their country thing that would feature US weapons pointed at India‘s neighbors. If anything ever went down that base and surrounding cities would be a ripe target for destruction. India, at least in this regard, doesn’t sacrifice their people or country to please the US.
 

CaliforniaBased

Woodpecker
Catholic
Other commentators have noticed this too. Saud, Turkey, and India would not be cozying up to Russia if it was true that Russia is losing catastrophically.
Turkey has supplied Ukraine with armaments, but is by no means totally shunning Russia. Just look at the fact that Israel has refused to completely side with Ukraine.

The Saudi position is interesting to me because they seem the type to go whichever way the wind is blowing.
If there is one group that goes the way the wind is blowing its the Israeli's - look at how they cozied up with Trump.
 

sarmaticus

Robin
Orthodox
America losing more support from one of its longest and strongest allies.



Pissing away allies for no reason.

The US has less than 25 days of diesel fuel supply, a 70 year low.
Insert Sun Tsu meme about "when you are running low on fuel, antagonize your ally who is the #1 supplier of oil."



:D

Yes but diesel is muh bad for the environment. Pretty sure they will have some nice Tesla tanks in 2031.
I had the impression they are smarter but they really started to drink their own koolaid. /auto-cuck process started
 
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eradicator

Peacock
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Massive waves of white migrants will be a welcome change here in Canada, hopefully they aren't all massive globohomo lovers, and hopefully some have a healthy chip on their shoulder for the people forcing them to emigrate in the first place.

I don’t think you’ve been paying attention the past decade or so. I hope you’re right but I’m not too optimistic on that front
 

eradicator

Peacock
Agnostic
Gold Member
This is just beyond ridiculous. And they plan it for after the midterms as well since they know it won't pass after that.

The one thing that democrats and republicans agree on almost unilaterally is that we need to keep sending more money for the Ukrainian war effort. We’ve had some dumb wars in recent years(Iraq, Afghanistan, to name a couple) but the Ukrainian war is the dumbest, apparently Ukraine is our greatest ally? After maybe Israel
 
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