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2 Apr, 2022 07:27

Ruble rebounds and US regime change denials (E429)


According to the laws of aerodynamics, the bumblebee cannot fly. Its wings are too flimsy, its body too heavy. But fly it does. According to the laws of Russia’s enemies, sanctions on an unprecedented scale were to wreck the ruble and crash the Russian economy, but the opposite has happened. The ruble has recovered its early losses, and it is the European and North American economies which are looking distinctly rocky. Legendary geopolitical analyst Pepe Escobar predicted exactly this; we asked him how it happened and what the future holds.

According to a royal house which helped pay for it, US$2 trillion was burned trying to destroy the Syrian Arab Republic and replace it with the alphabet soup of Islamist fanaticism. It was another American plan which went wrong. When Joe Biden was walked back from declaring regime change in Moscow, Secretary Blinken said the US had no intention of such a thing, either in Russia “or anywhere.” It was reported that this made the horses laugh. We asked Steven Sahiounie, the Syrian-based chief editor of Mideast Discourse News, to discuss Syria, Russia, Ukraine, US false flags, and fanatics.

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