Milosh Zeman is a rare voice of reason in the EU.
President of the Czech Republic, Milosh Zeman (I summarized/translated his interview given in Russian):
‘We have to understand that there is a civil war in Ukraine. We in the EU have to stop dreaming; during a civil war economic support for Ukraine is complete nonsense. First step is peace agreement between Ukrainians and Ukrainians. Next is agreement on gas, followed by steps to save Ukraine from the looming bankruptcy. During a raging civil war any economic help is just throwing good money after bad. There is a term “win-win strategy.” I’ve been saying all along that there is also the opposite: “loss-loss strategy.” Sanctions against Russia represent this loss-loss strategy. This is the kind of strategy where everyone loses and no one gains any advantage.’ Video interview.
Also see video: ‘Sanctions are politically, economically useless.’ So far, the EU didn’t adopt a new round of sanctions against Russia. But per peports, this may change in December. Only 6 out of 28 EU countries support anti-Russian sanctions and there is a dissent even in Germany. If there is so little support then the obvious question becomes: who and why is behind this and who continues actively pushing the anti-Russian agenda despite opposition?
Those who read my previous articles will easily answer this question.
Incidentally, recall that when the EU bulked in the summer at the new round of sanctions, the MH17 Malaysia Airlines false flag promptly happened to spur the reluctant EU into action.
The situation in the world is extremely delicate and volatile. IF the EU bulks again, provided the US wants to keep the anti-Russian momentum going, I do not rule out a new attempt at a false flag to frame Russia and Novorossia in order to force the EU to adopt a new round of sanctions.
I know Putin and Russians are on top of it. Chances are (and I sincerely hope) this won’t happen. On the other hand, there is a certain ominious energy emanating from certain entities I am watching, including the Kiev junta and those small European countries I call the US Trojan Horses in the EU. I have written about some of the Trojan Horses in previous posts. At the same time, there are many sane forces in the EU that are finally starting to consolidate and show themselves.
It often boils down to the filigree chess game between Russia and the West, which we will never see. This delicate secret work is what has for many years stopped the worst from happening. I won’t repeat for the millionth time who in such situations is aggressor and who is defender and protector. I think this should be obvious.
Let’s also remember that Obama’s rating is at an all time low and the Democrats have lost the majority on Capitol Hill. The only way Obama knows how to fix this disaster is to lash out at Russia. Of course, long term this will only backfire. By doing that, Obama is losing the last remaining smidgen of credibility he’s ever had.
Recently during his UNGA speech in NYC, and just a day ago during G20 in Brisbane, Obama repeated like a mantra that there are three threats to humanity: ISIS, Ebola and Russia. According to Obama, US has taken a lead in fighting all three. He forgot to mention that ISIS and Ebola were both American creations. As to Russia, it is the only force that stands up to the global US aggression.
A number of sane people globally are working hard to keep the world spinning. Still, we all need to continue monitoring for the possibility of a new false flag. Just a cautious warning… I would much prefer it didn’t materialize.
Many of my Western readers have written to me asking what will happen to Europe, Canada, some other countries in the following years. How will they be impacted in the upcoming tectonic shift of energy away from the West towards the East? Here is my response:
The confrontation between forces that want to keep the status quo and those who want to create a better world to replace the dying system, is on the rise. Most US and EU politicians are products of the old, dying system. We need more top politicians like Milosh Zeman. He is a bridge between the old and the new; he is someone who can relate to both, who can see both sides and who can discern the complete picture thus facilitating a smother transition.
More predictions coming soon!
Afterthought: Ukraine president Poroshenko has visited Bratislava, Slovakia. Look what happens on the ‘Peace Square’ while Poroshenko is exiting after negotiations. Video: a group of protesters is chanting ‘fascist’ as Poroshenko rides away.
P.S. After I finished this article, I learned about a mass anti-government protest in Budapest, Hungary under the EU banners. Legitimate internal problems notwithstanding, note one thing: Hungarian government has become too friendly to Russia lately, and just like the Czech president, they had been making statements that are deemed too reasonable for the liking of the US and EU. Moreover, Hungary has repeatedly attempted to exit the EU – with no success. As such, Hungary now is prime candidate for a color revolution. This also serves as a reminder for others to toe the line. But forewarned is forearmed. Just by anticipating the event we can change the outcome. I think governments in both Czech Republic and Hungary are strong enough to withstand pressure at this time.
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