The four horsemen of the apocalypse – opinion

We are nearing the death of the old geopolitical system and of the world order that has kept repeating itself from the medieval ages.

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6 Responses to “The four horsemen of the apocalypse – opinion”

  1. ian says:

    “Depending on how this summer will progress, the sanctions on Russia may have to weaken to reduce pressure on the price of oil and gas to reduce inflation and to keep southern Europe’s governments from collapsing from unchecked migration from Africa, due to hunger.”,

    There is more than hunger driving Migrants north with mobile phone and Debit cards from Soros and Co.

  2. danceaway says:

    “While war in Ukraine can be explained as a dying man’s desperate bid at carving out a legacy, the actual actions do not really marry this desperation. Despite losing men, weapons, generals and being under extreme sanctions, Putin continues to soldier on.”

    I find it interesting that this writer accepts the western propaganda – that Putin is dying, that he is totally self-centred and only interested in carving out a legacy, and that he is losing militarily and that sanctions are having a deleterious effect. None of this would appear to be true.

    Seemingly inaccurate positions from which to start a serious analysis. Then completely omits the issue of Nato, the ignored Minsk agreements, the Bio-Labs.

  3. danceaway says:

    I wonder if Vas Shenoy has ever come across the information relayed by Alex Christoforou or Alexander Mercouris re Russia? Or Vanessa Beeley re Syria? As he is deemed cognisant with these parts of the world.

    • ian says:

      If he did see any real journalism, it didn’t rub off on him. I didn’t want to be too hard on him but you’re totally correct.

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