The NATO war campaign and the escalation of World War continues, with the proxy-wars, currency wars, trade-sanctions and the aftermath of the Turkey/NATO shoot-down of Russian warplane over Syria.
We have discussed the geopolitical script often and at great length, their deceptive plans are revealed, and I have moved on.
I merely present the most recent events that continues the worldwide deception as the world’s institutional governance matrix seeks consensus on implementing reform to their international monetary system.
Remember: “ALL Wars Are Bankers’ Wars”.
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia will restrict imports of Turkish fruit and vegetables as part of a package of new sanctions following the downing of a Russian warplane…Russia to impose food ban in new sanctions against Turkey.
I wish to thank Cindy Kay Currier for sharing the Russian/European important details that I was not aware of.
Such as how, in Europe and Russia, important cash is and how they circumnavigated around the intrusive (G-7) state surveillance electronic banking transactions, made possible by the Russian QIWI system.
WHAT Is QIWI?
According to a Bloomberg report that came out in 2013, to Russians, cash is king, even online, and what makes this possible is the QIWI system which allows users to shop and pay bills without transmitting sensitive banking information or credit card numbers over the Internet. QIWI customers simply deposit their cash into an ATM-like machine and use it to make transactions.
QIWI was launched in 2004 and by 2013 had 169,000 terminals in Russia alone, more than double the number of any bank’s ATMs. –CindyKayCurrier
I imagine the importance of cash has become MORE Important after the G-7’s economic war against Russia that spills over into domestic European economics. I can also imagine a QIWI-clone coming to Amerika, or at least to the Americas…
[QIWI] will operate in euro and be available in the Russian, English and Latvian languages.
The move became possible after QIWI’s European subsidiary received a license from Latvia’s Financial and Capital Market Commission (FKTK). Latvia allows companies to issue electronic money and provide payment services specified in the license, and open representative offices in all EU countries –RT
The Russian stock market has struggled under economic sanctions throughout the 2015 year.
“QIWI is one of the leading providers of electronic payment services in Russia and the former Soviet states. Its ADRs are listed on the NASDAQ since May 2013. QIWI’s key product is an e-wallet, which was transformed into Visa QIWI Wallet in a global partnership with credit card company Visa in November 2012.” –seekingalpha.com
G-7 sanctions against Russia, is it effective?
Sanctions against Russia is a currency war during this time after the collapse of the Bretton Woods/Washington international monetary consensus post 2008 “Great Recession”…
“If the Kremlin decides to introduce customs tariffs on Kiev’s products, the Ukrainian economy will lose $167-239 million.”
The European Union has asked Moscow not to ban Ukrainian goods after 1 January 2016, when the economic part of Kiev’s Association Agreement comes into force. Kremlin says it’s considering customs tariffs, not embargo. –RT 13Nov2015
The New York Times posted:
“Sanctions Against Russia Are Working, Don’t Give Them Up” by
Kathryn Stoner-Weiss is a senior fellow at the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. She is the author of “Resisting the State: Reform and Retrenchment in Post-Soviet Russia.”
I find the deceptive geopolitical Hegelian dialectic (West vs East) script playing out as planned in Italy:
“What’s Behind Italy’s Step Back On Extending Sanctions Against Russia?”
by Rikard Jozwiak 10 December 2015
A high-ranking EU diplomat told RFE/RL that EU ambassadors would not discuss the sanctions at their December 10 meeting. That means the issue is unlikely to be resolved this week, dragging the discussion closer to an EU summit on December 17-18, the holiday recess, and the January 31 deadline for a final agreement to prolong the sanctions through July 31, 2016.
So far only Rome has spoken out, but diplomats suspect countries such as Hungary, Austria, Greece, and Cyprus may be in the same camp.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was among the leaders who agreed on the sanctions extension at a meeting on the sidelines of a G20 summit in Turkey on November 16 — so why the unexpected change of heart? –rferl.org
– In The AGE of DECEPTION –
Actions speak louder than words.
Truth is about what happened and who did it.
When state sponsored terror and False Flag operations occur we see the deception after the officials speak to the public and the actions did not align with the official rhetoric. Staged drills with practice nearby and simultaneously carried out as a engineered catastrophe occurs.
Surveillance of known actors and perpetrators, mega-corp. media coverage, are all tip offs of deception…
Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan rules out Turkish troop withdrawal from Iraq.
Apparently, Turkey/NATO commitments are too strong. See: RT …
Researchers and Investigators Follow The Money!
We have discussed these geopolitical scripts many times, please see:
– More From The Archives –
The Atlantic reported that the World Bank is implementing the Multilateral World Order:
The concept of a hidden hand or covert secret society directing policy is very old…
The Post World War II New World Order Map: A Proposal to Re-arrange the World After an Allied Victory
By Maurice Gomberg, Global Research June 13, 2010