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Hypocrisy: France accuses sanctioned Russia of using gas supply as… 'weapon of war'

Hypocrisy: France accuses sanctioned Russia of using gas supply as… 'weapon of war'

France on Tuesday accused Moscow of using energy supplies as "a weapon of war" as Russian gas giant Gazprom reduced deliveries to one of its main utilities and prepared to halt flows along the major pipeline to Germany from Wednesday. It’s so funny to hear such an accusation from the countries that invented and used the economic sanctions as a weapon, much before Russia did back just the same…
Look, we do not support Russia war and obviously have nothing against Ukraine, Germany or France.

But to hear that France accuses Russia of using economic sanctions as a weapon in the economic war that the West has declared against Russia, it could be funny if it wasn't so sad to hear that the countries on our side are adopting double standards, hypocrisy and blaming their victim instead of taking responsibility and realizing that the economic sanctions that the West took action against Russia, not only did they not collapse the Russian economy, and not only did they not drain Russia's economic capacity to fight against Ukraine, but they achieved exactly the opposite: thanks to the sanctions, Russia now has 70 percent more revenue that flows into its war machine against Ukraine much more cash.

So no. We are not in favor of the sanctions that Russia is taking against Germany, and are aware that without heating in the winter, millions of Germans could die of cold. But we are against accusing Russia of responsibility for the stupid actions that Germany took, not against Russia but against its economy and citizens, and against Ukraine.

Because the sanctions helped Russia finance the war against Ukraine in that today Russia's daily income as a result of the sanctions has increased by 700 million dollars more every day, and this is what helps it not only to continue fighting against Ukraine, but to fight with much more money than it had before the sanctions.

This is the result when Germany and France run untalented politicians instead of professional managers who really care about Germany, France and Ukraine.

This is the result when Germany, and France and England are run by corrupt and stupid politicians, who know how to talk a lot and do nothing for the public and everything only for themselves, instead of these important countries being run by professional and smart managers, who have a proven and successful historical record of managing huge organizations, who really care about Germany, France , England, and Ukraine.


Numbers never lie. But politicians never stop lying.

And the numbers prove that the leaders of Great Britain, France and Germany helped Russia get rich thanks to the sanctions they imposed against it, thus allowing Russia to finance its war machine against Ukraine.

And who finances this stupidity?

The citizens of Germany, England and France, who pay much more money out of their pockets as a results of the useless sanctions against Russia.

The stupid citizens -me too- who believed the lying politicians who claim that the sanctions punished Russia, when in fact the sanctions punished only the citizens of the Western countries and enriched Russia.

The stupid citizens who pay for, for less, and keep financing the politicians who earn more and pay nothing.

No, stupid president of France. If there is no bread we will not eat cakes. You are the one who should bear the personal responsibility for your stupid actions against the citizens of France and Ukraine.
Comments

Oh ya 161 days ago
French suffer and America laughs at you. Not to worry Germany is right behind you paying 85 cents a kilowatt hour. And Americans are paying 16 cents as they laugh in their warm houses.
Oh ya 162 days ago
Nice to read the truth in the news. This does not happen offen folks.

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