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Germany’s largest natural gas company collapsed

Germany’s largest natural gas company collapsed

Domino of developments: Germany’s largest natural gas company collapsed – Barrage of nationalizations begins Emergency plan in Germany The big shock to the global energy market has one more patient and it is none other than natural gas energy giant Uniper, which is in talks with the German government about a possible bailout of up to 9 billion euros, according to the news Bloomberg agency. Berlin is considering implementing a range of measures, including loans, a takeover by the equity…

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Putin Reroutes Critical Hydrocarbons Eastward Leaving Europe High-and-Dry

Putin Reroutes Critical Hydrocarbons Eastward Leaving Europe High-and-Dry

Meet the New Boss;Putin Reroutes Critical Hydrocarbons Eastward Leaving Europe High-and-Dry By Mike Whitney Global Research, June 16, 2022 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here. Visit and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles. *** “Rejection of Russian energy resources means that Europe will become the region…

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Global Food Crisis: sugar prices are expected to soar

Global Food Crisis: sugar prices are expected to soar

Global Food Crisis May Spread From Grain to Sugar Food security comes under threat as more nations consider limiting exports to cool down surging domestic prices. Sugar prices are expected to soar due to the export restrictions imposed by a number of key producing nations seeking to tame rising domestic food prices. The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, which seriously undermined global supply chains, has been dramatically aggravated by the crisis in Ukraine and the subsequent sanctions imposed on Russia….

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Sanctions and global hunger

Sanctions and global hunger

Germany warns of global famine ‘Millions’ could die because of the pandemic and the ongoing military action in Ukraine, Berlin’s development minister believes FILE PHOTO. ©  Global Look Press / imagebroker / Arco Images / Doerr The world is about to face an acute food crisis due to skyrocketing food prices, German Economic Cooperation and Development Minister Svenja Schulze told the Bild newspaper on Saturday, warning about a looming famine not seen since World War II. The minister has named the Covid-19…

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Europe is secretly importing oil from Russia in ‘ghost ships’

Europe is secretly importing oil from Russia in ‘ghost ships’

https://tfiglobalnews.com/2022/04/23/europe-is-secretly-importing-oil-from-russia-in-ghost-ships/ Russian oil tankers have been behaving rather strangely. Some of them leave Russian ports marked “destination unknown.” Others vanish midway through their voyage. And where is all this dark oil going? Well, to the West- the same power that lectures India about not buying Russian oil. Australia could finally break its silence by dampening China’s dream in the Solomon Islands Where is “destination unknown”? Oil has been leaving Russia in suspicious tankers. Their destination- is “unknown”. “Destination unknown” label…

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Russia: Inflation and sanctions

Russia: Inflation and sanctions

Has Russia judo-chopped western sanctions? Economic observations from a Moscow suburb Edward Slavsquat A strong, confident ruble handing out coupons for 2-for-1 taco specials. Source: Bank of Russia By now you are probably familiar with the hottest new TikTok trend, “destroy your economy to show solidarity with Ukraine.” Why are western nations doing this? They must be very bored. But it would be unwise to underestimate the consequences of Washington’s economic seppuku (“Putin is rubber, you’re glue, whatever sanctions you…

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Europe embargoes Russian coal ensuring higher coal prices

Europe embargoes Russian coal ensuring higher coal prices

In addition to an already existing energy crisis – cutting off their nose to spite their face. Coal Miners Surge After Europe Backs Russian Coal Embargo, Assuring Much Higher Coal Prices Just moments after we warned that a European embargo on Russian coal would send already record coal prices surging even higher since Russia is such a critical supplier to Europe and since the world will have to find more expensive trade routes to satisfy the new, post-Ukraine reality… … the European…

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Boomerang Blowback: Sanctions On Russia Disrupt Food Supplies

Boomerang Blowback: Sanctions On Russia Disrupt Food Supplies

Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev threatened Friday to restrict the sale and export of Russian food and agricultural products only to countries with friendly relations with Moscow. He said Russia will not supply its food products to its enemies. Mr. Medvedev said, “We will supply food and crops only to our friends…and Russia will sell both for rubles and for their national currency in agreed proportions.” That means Russian crops such as wheat will not be purchased with US dollars….

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RUSSIAN SANCTIONS AND THE DEATH OF THE DOLLAR

RUSSIAN SANCTIONS AND THE DEATH OF THE DOLLAR

John Titus is an expert on money, and has been on my podcast before. His YouTube channel is superb, although it will probably get torpedoed by the thought police soon. John joined me for a conversation around the Russian sanctions and why they will tank the US dollar; the stupidity of the West; what is real money and why it matters; the importance of gold and silver; and getting off the digital grid. John’s commentary is both savage and superb….

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