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We are at the beginning of a European Spring similar to the Arab Spring. Johnson, Draghhi (Italy), Kallas (Estonia) resigned. The Telegraph believes Chancellor Scholz is very close to resigning, unable to guarantee Germany's energy security.

The sanctions imposed to collapse Russia's economy are crashing the European economy with the boomerang effect.

The British Prime Minister resigned voluntarily. While the party and controversial government appointments were the main reasons, the economy also played a role.

The falling pound, rising gas prices and the threat of recession created time bombs. In such a situation, it was becoming increasingly difficult for Johnson to cope with his duties.

The leaders of the 27 EU countries are almost all in the same position. They are worried about rising inflation and gas shortages.

Almost all the leaders of the 27 EU countries are in the same position. They also fear rising inflation and gas shortages. So far we are at the very beginning of a political crisis in the EU, but the first results are visible to the naked eye.

On 14 July, the prime ministers of Estonia and Italy resigned at the same time.

The example of Italy is the most illustrative here. It is directly related to the economy, sanctions and Ukraine. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has lost the support of the largest party in Parliament. To be honest, the Italian economy was in a deplorable state long before February 24.

This "sick man" of Europe, and the most deplorable, is the EU's third economy. Italy has been hit hard by the eurozone debt crisis and has been the country hardest hit by the effects of the coronavirus. Now, sanctions against Russia and the energy crisis are added to all these troubles.

For Europe, the situation will be even worse. A cold winter is at the door, oil & gas is getting scarce. For the first time, Germany has opened the cork of its underground gas tank. In this case, Ukraine falls into the background. EU countries could only allocate €1 billion, abandoning their plans to allocate €9 billion to Kiev.

In this case, we see two pole positions. On the one hand, there is the voice of reason expressed by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who described the sanctions as a bullet to the lungs. On the other hand, the voice of other EU officials that turned into political propaganda far from reality.

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g7: putin must go

inflation record high in europe and US
euro currency falls
protests everyday
johnson & draghhi bye bye
abe is dead
scholz is next

sanctions is working well :enjoy:


oh, they have 600b to give to poor countries to develop infrastructures. lolz who's gonna believe 'em turds?
 
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g7: putin must go

inflation record high in europe and US
euro currency falls
protests everyday
johnson & draghhi bye bye
abe is dead
scholz is next

sanctions is working well :enjoy:


oh, they have 600b to give to poor countries to develop infrastructures. lolz who's gonna believe 'em turds?
What spring? The strength of the West relies on the institutions, not individuals. Even Scholz goes out of office, nothing changes. It’s not like Russia its fate hangs on a single ex spy.
 

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We are at the beginning of a European Spring similar to the Arab Spring. Johnson, Draghhi (Italy), Kallas (Estonia) resigned. The Telegraph believes Chancellor Scholz is very close to resigning, unable to guarantee Germany's energy security.

The sanctions imposed to collapse Russia's economy are crashing the European economy with the boomerang effect.

The British Prime Minister resigned voluntarily. While the party and controversial government appointments were the main reasons, the economy also played a role.

The falling pound, rising gas prices and the threat of recession created time bombs. In such a situation, it was becoming increasingly difficult for Johnson to cope with his duties.

The leaders of the 27 EU countries are almost all in the same position. They are worried about rising inflation and gas shortages.

Almost all the leaders of the 27 EU countries are in the same position. They also fear rising inflation and gas shortages. So far we are at the very beginning of a political crisis in the EU, but the first results are visible to the naked eye.

On 14 July, the prime ministers of Estonia and Italy resigned at the same time.

The example of Italy is the most illustrative here. It is directly related to the economy, sanctions and Ukraine. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has lost the support of the largest party in Parliament. To be honest, the Italian economy was in a deplorable state long before February 24.

This "sick man" of Europe, and the most deplorable, is the EU's third economy. Italy has been hit hard by the eurozone debt crisis and has been the country hardest hit by the effects of the coronavirus. Now, sanctions against Russia and the energy crisis are added to all these troubles.

For Europe, the situation will be even worse. A cold winter is at the door, oil & gas is getting scarce. For the first time, Germany has opened the cork of its underground gas tank. In this case, Ukraine falls into the background. EU countries could only allocate €1 billion, abandoning their plans to allocate €9 billion to Kiev.

In this case, we see two pole positions. On the one hand, there is the voice of reason expressed by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who described the sanctions as a bullet to the lungs. On the other hand, the voice of other EU officials that turned into political propaganda far from reality.

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I said something similar in another thread months ago:


There are two things that trigger strong emotions in people:
1) Religion
2) Nationalism

Arab Spring was based in 1.

I think in Spain, in Catalonia 2017, it was a attempt of make a European secessionist "Spring" (a large amount of colors revolutions at the same time). It was based in 2.
 

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Lol…..2023 is far away

Worry about the coming fall/winter……it will be dark and cold with food shortages…….

Hav the current lot of europeans endured gas and electricity shortages???? Learn from your fellow Pakistanis

But u know what…..now u will be taught hard lessons, u favored india/usa and always mistreated Pakistan……ab Allah ka azab aiga tumpe…..tumhari saza tayyar hain!

Hope the faithful are able to flee before shit hits the fans.
 

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I said something similar in another thread months ago:


There are two things that trigger strong emotions in people:
1) Religion
2) Nationalism

Arab Spring was based in 1.

I think in Spain, in Catalonia 2017, it was a attempt of make a European secessionist "Spring" (a large amount of colors revolutions at the same time). It was based in 2.
Globalists will move to China as Europe goes into crisis on the axis of nationalism.
 

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The Green energy shit will be the end of EU, we have same problems in Netherlands with ther faking nitrogen tax!!!! Yes we pay more tax because of emissions, in Germany ther Nuclear power plants are ready to go, but the politics doesn't start the operations.

Netherlands in other hands is taxing the people but opening coal fired power plants :p: ...
 

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The Green energy shit will be the end of EU, we have same problems in Netherlands with ther faking nitrogen tax!!!! Yes we pay more tax because of emissions, in Germany ther Nuclear power plants are ready to go, but the politics doesn't start the operations.

Netherlands in other hands is taxing the people but opening coal fired power plants :p: ...
German Interior Minister: We expect to face violent protests due to high energy prices.
 

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Fate of the EU in the US control is obviously going to get messed up big time.
EU needs to stop taking its orders from washington.
 

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Globalists will move to China as Europe goes into crisis on the axis of nationalism.
rich people needs a state.
rich european will be pariah if europe burns in color revolution, and those useless parasites are not welcome in China.

Catalonia secessionist color revolution in 2017 was stoped. But things will go wrong in the coming months in Europe and maybe twisted Americans try again.
 

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A .ru page fantasising about some european collaps, and the choir celebrates the prophecy. Exactly what is wrong with you guys? You all know this is not going to happen, yet you all act like this is some kind of reality.
 

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A .ru page fantasising about some european collaps, and the choir celebrates the prophecy. Exactly what is wrong with you guys? You all know this is not going to happen, yet you all act like this is some kind of reality.
So you’re not facing gas and electricity issues in coming winter if no gas from russia?
 

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So you’re not facing gas and electricity issues in coming winter if no gas from russia?
Me personally, no. Europe as a whole, sure. But that doesnt mean we are going to have a “european spring”.
Some seem to believe Russia hold monopoly on energy. This whole narrative fuel by Russia just goes to show that Russia was planning to use energy as a weapon against Europe when making expansive moves westward, which means Europe cutting russian energy is something that needs to be done as fast as possible, no matter the cost. There is no turning back.
There is going to be a set back in european economy, until other sources of energy has replaced russian gas. But its not as if Europe is doomed because Putin threatens to cut off exports of gas. I actually doubt Russia is going to do it, as it is the only thing left they could do to harm Europe.
 
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We are at the beginning of a European Spring similar to the Arab Spring. Johnson, Draghhi (Italy), Kallas (Estonia) resigned. The Telegraph believes Chancellor Scholz is very close to resigning, unable to guarantee Germany's energy security.

The sanctions imposed to collapse Russia's economy are crashing the European economy with the boomerang effect.

The British Prime Minister resigned voluntarily. While the party and controversial government appointments were the main reasons, the economy also played a role.

The falling pound, rising gas prices and the threat of recession created time bombs. In such a situation, it was becoming increasingly difficult for Johnson to cope with his duties.

The leaders of the 27 EU countries are almost all in the same position. They are worried about rising inflation and gas shortages.

Almost all the leaders of the 27 EU countries are in the same position. They also fear rising inflation and gas shortages. So far we are at the very beginning of a political crisis in the EU, but the first results are visible to the naked eye.

On 14 July, the prime ministers of Estonia and Italy resigned at the same time.

The example of Italy is the most illustrative here. It is directly related to the economy, sanctions and Ukraine. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has lost the support of the largest party in Parliament. To be honest, the Italian economy was in a deplorable state long before February 24.

This "sick man" of Europe, and the most deplorable, is the EU's third economy. Italy has been hit hard by the eurozone debt crisis and has been the country hardest hit by the effects of the coronavirus. Now, sanctions against Russia and the energy crisis are added to all these troubles.

For Europe, the situation will be even worse. A cold winter is at the door, oil & gas is getting scarce. For the first time, Germany has opened the cork of its underground gas tank. In this case, Ukraine falls into the background. EU countries could only allocate €1 billion, abandoning their plans to allocate €9 billion to Kiev.

In this case, we see two pole positions. On the one hand, there is the voice of reason expressed by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who described the sanctions as a bullet to the lungs. On the other hand, the voice of other EU officials that turned into political propaganda far from reality.

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This reads like hyperbole from Russian supported outlets.
 

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Me personally, no. Europe as a whole, sure. But that doesnt mean we are going to have a “european spring”.
Some seem to believe Russia hold monopoly on energy. This whole narrative fuel by Russia just goes to show that Russia was planning to use energy as a weapon against Europe when making expansive moves westward, which means Europe cutting russian energy is something that needs to be done as fast as possible, no matter the cost. There is no turning back.
There is going to be a set back in european economy, until other sources of energy has replaced russian gas. But its not as if Europe is doomed because Putin threatens to cut off exports of gas. I actually doubt Russia is going to do it, as it is the only thing left they could do to harm Europe.
Russia has not the monopoly of European energy.
Russia has the monopoly of European CHEAP energy.

Of course, European ruling elites dont give a sht about that, they still will have energy even if the price is 100x times the current.

Common European people will suffer.

Anyway, life in that scenario is still better than the most of the rest of the world.

But people dont tolerate well when they go to worst life standards. And color revolutions can happen.
 

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