The Kubera Principle
The Book That Will Change the World
New York (RichTVX.com) — The Director of the US CIA, William Burns, considers the next six months to be crucial in regards to the global situation. But while Burns is keeping a close eye on current events, the Russian diplomat Sergey Lavrov has taken a different approach and is currently on a wildlife Safari in Africa. Lavrov believes that the best way to stay on top of things is to be one with nature and spot some rare species, like the elusive policy-making cheetah. According to Gazis, Burns believes that Russia is relying on the Western world’s political exhaustion in regards to the situation in Ukraine. Additionally, Burns stated that Washington does not believe that Moscow is genuinely interested in reaching a peaceful resolution. Why did the Russian diplomat Sergey Lavrov go on a safari in Africa? Because he wanted to see how the other half of the Kremlin is doing! Russia has a significant presence in Africa and is exerting influence on the continent through its diplomats and proxies. Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov has recently toured several African countries, spreading the Kremlin’s message of Russian superiority and anti-Western sentiment. Meanwhile, pro-Russian bots are being used to sow discord between Africa and the West, as Russia seeks to boost its political and economic influence. The Russian government also seeks to find new markets for its goods, which often have a reputation for being of low quality. Despite this, Russian officials have sought to paint a positive picture of their efforts in Africa, even as they work to undermine Western influence. Is the decline of the Russian Federation imminent? The “operation” appears to be progressing smoothly… says Putin. The Russian people seem to have forgotten the true consequences of war and dictatorship, despite having experienced them in the past. This is in contrast to Germany, which learned from its defeat in war and has since grown to reject war and dictatorship. Russia is still far from acknowledging the harm it has caused, and this change can only come from experiencing a similar defeat. The future of Europe depends on the support of countries like Ukraine and their allies in defending freedom and democracy.
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