21st Century Wire
The latest G7 Clown World confab kicked off this week at the exclusive Schloss Elmau resort in the Bavarian Alps, located outside of Munich, Germany.
The current lineup of “Group of Seven” (G7) nations includes the US, Great Britain, Germany, Canada, Italy, France, and Japan.
We’re told that this year is all about ‘solutions amid unprecedented global challenges,’ or something along those lines.
Fresh off an eventful year featuring the dreadful experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccine roll-out, a faltering proxy war against Russia in Ukraine, and a hyper-inflationary economic collapse across the western nations due to the backfiring of their anti-Russia sanctions, and bankrupting ‘green’ energy policies – gallant western leaders still found time for the usual bevy of ‘family photos’, clowning selfies, and chuckles about stripping off their clothes to ‘outdo’ Russian President Vladimir Putin (in reference to a 13 year-old photo of a shirtless Putin on horseback).
“Jackets on? Jackets off? Shall we take our clothes off?” joked an embattled British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who recently escaped a no confidence vote with nearly half of his own party turning against him. “We all have to show that we’re tougher than Putin,” quipped the unpopular Tory PM.
“We’re going to get the bare-chested horseback riding display,” said equally unpopular Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, currently ruling without a mandate.
“There you go! There you go! We’ve got to show them our pecs!” responded the jocular Johnson.
After a morning of joking and media photo-op sessions, the G7 leaders went on to deliver some ‘confidence-building’ statements about NATO’s failing proxy war against Russia in Ukraine, by committing to provide “indefinite support to Ukraine” as the country continues to hemorrhage soldiers and territory.
According to the text of a draft statement from their meeting, G7 leaders still believe that the way forward is to encourage Kiev to ‘keep fighting Russian aggression’ – despite the fact that the Ukrainian Armed Forces are currently losing between 220-500 soldiers (dead) per day, along with 500-700 injured in combat, and countless others either surrendering, or just going AWOL.
To compound their losses, Kiev has already lost at 20% of its country’s territory since Russia’s military intervention began on February 24, 2022. Most experts now admit that they are unlikely to get any of that territory back.
Still, Joe Biden, Boris Johnson and the rest, still believe it is best for Ukraine to continue this same strategy, and double-down in it losses. “We will continue to provide financial, humanitarian, military and diplomatic support and stand with Ukraine for as long as it takes,” said the text of a draft statement, according to Bloomberg News.
While it is believed that both France and Germany have intimated that they would be open to (if not preferring) a negotiated cease-fire agreement, the UK’s Boris Johnson has reportedly intervened to shutdown any talk of peace or a ceasefire.
It seems that brave Britain is determined to fight Russia down to the last Ukrainian.
What could possibly go wrong?
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After the G7 activities have concluded, leaders with be heading off straight to the next globalist junket – this year’s ominous NATO Summit in Madrid, Spain, which by all accounts looks to be a continuation of Munich; more photos, statements of “unprecedented unity in the face of Russian aggression,” and of course, doubling-down on the very same failed strategies and policies.
Meanwhile, back in Kiev, as actor and comedian President Volodymyr Zelensky continues to lap-up adulation abroad by appearing on endless large screens at every major western TV, film and awards ceremony, his popular at home continues to plummet as Ukrainians begin to realize the disastrous path the entertainer has taken the country down.
How long until Zelensky is ousted and forced to flee the country? Will western cash and weapons still flow into the country after he has fled?
Suffice to say, the next month should be very interesting.