1) Ruble or Rubble?— Bill Roggio (@billroggio) March 30, 2022
"The Russian currency was trading at 83 per dollar, only two rubles away from the levels it hit on Feb. 23, one day before President Vladimir V. Putin ordered Russian troops to invade Ukraine."https://t.co/9BByUI53Wu pic.twitter.com/wfRzwSHpDb
According to Levada, the only independent pollster in Russia, Putin’s approval massively increased in March and is almost back to where it was after the annexation of Crimea. https://t.co/JOocx5zeX7 pic.twitter.com/QA1U36WPVi— Philippe Lemoine (@phl43) March 30, 2022
The share of people who think the country is on the right track increased even more and is now higher than it has ever been since 1996 ? pic.twitter.com/IKpBEDzPr0— Philippe Lemoine (@phl43) March 30, 2022
ZOG declared Total Economic War Against Russia (TEWAR)
“A new financial order will be negotiated in the world, and the West won’t have the main say in it anymore, ex-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has claimed.
The “hellish” sanctions imposed on Russia by the US, EU, and their allies over the conflict in Ukraine have failed to cripple to the country, but are instead “returning to the West like a boomerang,” Medvedev, the former Russian president who is now the deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, wrote on Telegram. “This is hurtful for our ‘friends’ in Europe and overseas.”
But while the West continues its “fruitless efforts” to restrict Russia, “the world is gradually moving towards a new logic of global economic relations; towards upgrading the financial system,” he said …”
Russia is about to cut off the gas to Europe which is refusing to pay for it in rubles.