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Sanctions are the Motivator…

Up until a few weeks ago, I would have said, “The world needs to sanction the U.S.!”

Coffee-iconNow I realize after what I have seen with Iran and now Russia, plus many other countries. That sanctions are a blessing and not a destruction. Sanctions against a country cause a country to unify and develop its own resources. A country like Russia needed to get everything in gear and start producing what it needs. The sanctions that America has played with against Russia,is just the motivation needed to get in gear what I am talking about…

When we (U.S.) try to isolate a country from others, we also isolate the country from ourselves and we lose more than we gain. In this case we are losing big time as when the games end, Russia will be much more self-sufficient than it was to the start of the sanctions against her…

I have talked right here many times on this blog about how Russia is developing its own beef, corn, chickens, wheat and hundreds of other agricultural items. The fact is that there are factories to produce farm equipment, new cars and storage facilities for most of the biggest world companies. Nothing will leave Russia as it is all on Russian soil and these companies stand to lose billions of $ (actually more like trillions of $) if the games are kept going. I have talked about all this right here on this blog and I see that Russia has become much more resilient, if not resistant to the west and the western piss games…

So while I realize that sanctions are not the way to go! Sanctions are the motivator for a country like Russia and Russia has the resources. The resources that many countries could only wish they had, Including the USA. These resources are the key to continuation…

The truth is that the U.S. needs sanctions against her and cause her to wake up. That would be the ticket to becoming self-reliant again. That is why no one cares to sanction America, because we are slowly hanging ourselves to death with a false sense of superiority and a plenitude of ignorance. Sanctions of the U.S. would break that bovine zombie existence and then the world would have to find someone else to buy all its stuff…

imagesI realize that the world is “milking the cow, for all she is worth,” because like all cows they die before you know it and America is no different than that cow in the field. One day they stop giving milk and they either die on their own or we butcher the cow for meat. Usually butchering is best, for we need the meat to live…

So I retract my thoughts about sanctions against the U.S., I say no and keep the ignorant, ignorant and reliant upon the world for its toys…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

2 Comments

  1. kKeeton Post author | April 10, 2014

    The Deputy Russian PM in charge of the economy and investment has promised that there would be no reciprocal sanctions aimed at various Western nations as this would harm all sides, but said that Russia would continue to act in its own interests.

    “Sanctions hurt all countries. We do not intend to introduce reciprocal sanctions. There is no such agenda in Russia,” Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov told reporters during the International Eastern Forum in Berlin.

    “The more there are calls for sanctions, the stricter the sanctions are imposed on Russia, the greater will be the mobilization of Russian society and we will seek various ways to overcome these difficulties,” he said. “No threats will force President Putin and other politicians to act as desired by the United States, Germany and other partners,” he emphasized.

    “We will act purely in our own interests, having in mind the common interests that exist in the world,” Shuvalov promised.

    In the same comments he also said that Western partners should not constantly “drag Ukraine in different directions” by suggesting to its people only one alternative solution – either enter the associated agreement with the EU or become part of the Customs Union.

    The United States, the European Union and several other countries and international groups have imposed individual sanctions on Russia in reply to its agreement to accept the Crimean Autonomous Republic, which voted to secede from Ukraine after a violent coup brought to power a group of politicians with clearly anti-Russian intentions.

    The Russian Foreign Ministry and Parliament have repeatedly denounced the policy of sanctions as inappropriate and counter-productive. Some Russian MPs have suggested the possibility of Russian sanctions against US businesses, but these ideas have not been implemented.

  2. Arvind Ramanujam April 10, 2014

    Unilateral sanctions are ineffective which western countries are well aware of. That is why they try to get sanctions by hook or crook done through the UN. The UN is an irrelevant organization that merely helps in maintaining the status quo of a few big, rich and militarily strong countries. These self-righteous hypocritic western countries tak about democracy everywhere except in the UN. I don’t think there will be any reform in the UN till the end of WW3.

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