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Boris' Solution To Europe Freezing From Gas Shortages – Start A Hot War With Russia!

Finian Cunningham

November 17 2021

 

As the saying attributed to Karl Marx goes: history repeats itself first as tragedy and then as farce. Another axiom quoted by Boris' hero, Winston Churchill, is: whoever does not learn from history is doomed to repeat it.

Europe should give up the supply of natural gas from Russia and defend Ukraine and Poland instead. That is the courageous advice of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who considers war leader Winston Churchill one of his political heroes.

At a banquet in the City of London this week, Johnson warned Germany, France, Italy and other European governments: “We hope that our friends [in Europe] will recognize that a choice will soon come between putting more and more Russian hydrocarbons in huge new pipelines and standing up for Ukraine and standing up for the cause of peace and stability.”

Note the pejorative use of the word "mainlining", implying that Europe's trade with Russia for gas is a filthy addiction, rather than a mutual commercial partnership.

Johnson also pointed out that British troops are being deployed in Poland to help that country build barbed wire barriers to stop the flow of refugees from Belarus as an example of “the defense of Europe”.

In the easygoing, elite world of Boris, whose slapstick haircut is a reflection of the disorder in the gray matter below, he has an "easy" solution to Europe's energy shortages and soaring prices. That is, cutting off potentially abundant, affordable natural gas exports from Russia, which will plunge European households into frigid conditions and drive up consumer inflation.

But don't worry about those grim hardships. Boris' noble defense of Poland and Ukraine against alleged Russian hybrid warfare and aggression is likely to start a hot war that will in turn culminate in a thermonuclear conflagration engulfing the European continent. That's one way to "solve" freezing conditions, we can surmise.

Johnson's advice to Europe is like listening to a clown smoke a joint at a gas tap.

Its rosy British war history portrays Poland and Ukraine as victims of aggression. The current scenario was devised to evoke memories of Britain declaring war on Nazi Germany after the Third Reich invaded Poland in September 1939. Never mind that Britain's and Poland's frustration with the Führer in the run-up to World War II was a major accelerating factor in fueling that war eventually.

Johnson's cartoon history speech at the City of London banquet implies that Russia is the contemporary incarnation of Nazi aggression. Those terrible Ruskies supply Europe with up to half of its natural gas fuel that keeps European homes warm. How utterly devilish of the Ruskies! So, in Boris' logic, we must cut off this nefarious gas "weapon" used by the Russians to prevent Europe from freezing.

Speaking of frostbite, it is the Polish army, with the help of British troops, that drench hapless refugees with water cannons in the middle of winter to prevent them from entering the European Union from neighboring Belarus. The mostly Middle Eastern refugees are in Belarus, largely as a result of criminal wars waged over the past two decades by the United States, Britain, Poland and other NATO members.

Britain and its NATO partners have armed Poland and the Baltic states to antagonize Belarus and Russia. While the Polish army erects barbed wire fences against freezing huddled women and children, it is barbaric acts like this that evoke the horrific memory of fascism and aggression in Europe. Poland, the Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia and Ukraine are steeped in complicity in past Nazi crimes, despite their persistent denials. The brutality inflicted on refugees today is shockingly consistent, though fools like Britain's Johnson arrogantly speak out about history with an inverted bias.

It's not just Johnson, though. European Union leaders condemn Russia for being “the mastermind behind hybrid warfare” with Poland, the Baltic states and Ukraine. When it is the EU that finances the roll-out of barbed wire harmonicas and militarization of borders across Europe. This jaded cowardice and duplicity of Europe's political class also have echoes of the past in the face of fascism.

French President Emmanuel Macron this week reportedly warned Russian leader Vladimir Putin that NATO will defend Ukraine if the latter is invaded by Russia. Such hypothetical hypes are offensive.

Russia has no intention of invading Ukraine or any other European country. Where's the proof? Where is the reasoning? This stark scenario is completely fabricated by NATO propaganda and Russophobia.

Ukraine has been a NATO spearhead of aggression against Russia since the US-led military bloc supported a coup in Kiev in 2014. The neo-Nazi regime in Kiev is waging a low-intensity war against the ethnic Russian population of southeastern Ukraine. NATO arms the regime to the teeth, the latest weaponry including attack drones from Turkey.

The US and other NATO members are also increasingly conducting war exercises in the Black Sea on the Russian border. Tensions with Russia are exacerbated by the militarization of the refugee crisis between Belarus and Poland and the Baltic states.

If there is to be an analogy between World War II and the present, it is that Russia is once again subjected to aggression. Rather than the Nazi Wehrmacht engulfing Poland, the Baltic States and Ukraine, it is the US-led NATO axis.

Clowns like Britain's Boris Johnson and France's Emmanuel Macron are fanning aggression and the danger of war with silly speeches about "defending" Europe.

As the saying attributed to Karl Marx goes: history repeats itself first as tragedy and then as farce. Another axiom quoted by Boris' hero, Winston Churchill, is: whoever does not learn from history is doomed to repeat it.

Unfortunately, we live in such a time.

 

This is a translated article, the original can be found below.

 

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Finian Cunningham

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Former editor and writer for major news media organizations. He has written extensively on international affairs, with articles published in several languages

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