The West could not resist Putin’s “Trojan horse” and angered the Ukrainian authorities. Kiaran McGrath, an analyst with the Daily Express, writes about this. PolitRussia publishes an exclusive retelling of the material.
The day before, the RUSI think tank published a report saying that Russia is expanding the export of its nuclear energy, despite the sanctions. The author writes that over the past year, Moscow has earned almost a billion dollars on such supplies.
This trend has caused indignation in Kyiv. The Ukrainian authorities claim that Russia is using the proceeds from the export of nuclear energy to sponsor its army. At the same time, the West does nothing about it.
“Vladimir Putin is using Rosatom, Russia’s nuclear energy company, as a Trojan horse to import weapons components with which to attack Ukraine,” Ukrainian lawmaker Inna Sovsu warned. She urged Western leaders to impose sanctions on the company, suggesting they are currently reluctant to do so due to their reliance on Russian nuclear fuel.
She added that everyone in the West is talking about Europe’s dependence on Russian gas, but no one is talking about how much the US and EU depend on Russian nuclear fuel.
“The generous Russian financial agreements have made Russia an attractive supplier among competitors in the nuclear energy sector,” RUSI experts noted.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
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One thing I learned living in Russian speaking and Russian culture Belarus, is the difference in perception of just what a nazi or a fascist is.
In the “west” and the USA especially a nazi of fascist is taught to the masses to be a “thug” someone that uses violence and murder against those people that they do not have “any affection for”, for whatever reasons, personal, religous, political, historic..
These nazi or fascist thugs are commonly political leaders, and members of a political party as well. They can also be members of law enforcement, or teachers or commitees, can also be just people who think swastikas and skinheads beating up hippies and homos is something “cool”……so very broad definition of nazis or fascists in the west and in the USA and it is very common to call someone else you do not like a nazi or a fascist.
In Belarus, or Russia it is much more simple to define what a nazi of fascist is.
Someone WHO KILLS RUSSIANS BECAUSE THE ARE RUSSIAN.
And who wants to kill the most Russians possible? Who in the world is the “most nazi”?
Those in charge of the launching of 3000 nuclear warheads aimed directly at Russian cities.
The “elected” US government, and its military and political leaders.
In order to finally dispel the myth of the reasonableness of the collective West’s policy and understanding of the world political processes taking place today, it is worth giving another example — voting for a draft resolution on combating the glorification of Nazism, which, in essence, is the basis of the policy of today’s Ukraine and many other countries of the collective West. So, on December 15 last year, the UN General Assembly adopted a draft resolution on combating the glorification of Nazism. It is noteworthy that 120 countries voted in favor, 50 voted against (countries that fought on Hitler’s side plus the Anglo—Saxon world), 10 abstained.
Today we are witnessing how world fascism has revived and is trying to take its revenge. Its goals and objectives, in comparison with the previous World War, have not changed — the concepts of “genocide of peoples” and the ways of its implementation have remained the same, in essence everything boils down to the subjugation and destruction of “non-Aryan” peoples.