War in Ukraine is the epic battle that will decide the future order of the world.


Dean Henderson returns. He’s hopeful and banking on Russia and China to usher in a “new world.”

What is really happening in Ukraine?  The Russian Ruble is at an all time high.

War in Ukraine is a civil war between the Russian part of Ukraine and the Nazi part.

It’s also a proxy war between the US and Russia.

It is the epic battle that will decide the future order of the world.


2 Responses to “War in Ukraine is the epic battle that will decide the future order of the world.”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Does Boris Johnson seek to inflame & extend the conflict in Ukraine in futherence of the WEF great reset ?

    Fed Inflation Lies, Russia Sanctions and a New World Order

    Food cost is soaring as global shortages of grain, sunflower oil and fertilizers appear, owing to skyrocketing cost of natural gas to make nitrogen fertilizers. This was well before the Ukraine conflict. Eliminating Russian and Ukrainian wheat exports because of sanctions and war can cut up to 30% of world grain supply. Drought in USA Midwest and South America, and heavy floods in China are adding to exploding food costs. Natural gas is rising because of the foolish EU and Biden Zero Carbon agenda to eliminate all hydrocarbon energy in the next years. Now because of the suicidal sanctions by the West against Russia, a major source of global diesel fuel, Russia, is being eliminated. Russia is the second largest crude oil exporter in the world after Saudi Arabia. It is the largest natural gas exporter in the world, most to the EU.

    Sanctions, Urea and Microchips

    An example of how interconnected the globalized world economy has become, in October, 2021 China imposed severe export controls on export of urea, a key component of not only fertilizer but also of a diesel engine additive, DEF or AdBlue, which most modern diesel engines need to control Nitrogen Oxide emissions. Without AdBlue the engines don’t run. That threatens trucks, farm tractors, harvesters, construction equipment. U.S. military uses diesel fuel in tanks and trucks. Now with the sanctions on Russia, the world’s second largest exporter of refined diesel fuel is being forced out. The EU imports half of its diesel from Russia. Shell and BP have warned German buyers of potential supply problems and prices are soaring. The diesel loss comes as diesel fuel stocks in Europe are at their lowest since 2008. In the US according to OilPrice.com, the situation is graver still. There, diesel fuel inventories are 21 percent lower than the pre-pandemic five-year seasonal average.


  2. sovereigntea says:

    Source: Mail Online Woefully innacurate fails to reflect reallity on the ground..The point is that Quisling Boris is fanning the flames for his masters….

    Boris Johnson says Putin is planning ‘the biggest war in Europe since 1945’ as intelligence suggests Russia will encircle Ukrainian capital Kiev in coming invasion

    • Prime Minister warned that evidence suggests that Russia is planning ‘the biggest war in Europe since 1945’

    • He said intelligence suggests that Russia intends to launch an attack to encircle Ukraine’s capital Kiev

    • It mirrored President Joe Biden’s warning that Russian forces ‘intend to attack’ Ukraine in the coming days

    • Boris Johnson joined Western allies including Ukraine’s Prime Minister at the Munich Security Conference

    • It is Mr Johnson’s third trip to Europe for talks over a potential conflict breaking out in eastern Europe


    Boris Johnson has warned that evidence suggests that Vladimir Putin is planning ‘the biggest war in Europe since 1945’ and said there are signs the plan has ‘in some senses’ begun.

    The Prime Minister told the BBC’s Sophie Raworth that intelligence suggests Russia intends to launch an attack coming down from Belarus to encircle Ukraine’s capital Kiev – a city with a population of 2.8 million people.

    Speaking after the Munich Security Conference, he said: ‘The plan that we’re seeing is for something that could be the biggest war in Europe since 1945 just in terms of sheer scale.’

    His comments mirrored President Joe Biden warning that the US has reason to believe Russian forces ‘intend to attack’ Ukraine in the coming days, including targeting Kiev.

    Mr Johnson also said that people needed to understand ‘the sheer cost in human life’ that such an invasion could ‘entail’, both for Ukrainians and Russians.

    He added: ‘All the signs are that the plan has already in some senses begun.’

    His stark warning came after he warned an invasion of Ukraine appear to be ‘in motion’ and could cause ‘the destruction of a democratic state’ and ‘the shock will echo around the world’.

    Please go to Mail Online to read more although we don’t recommend it.