British Sanctions Response Shows UK is Governed by Complete Morons

So, the British political class decided to sanction Russian oligarchs, and instead they went after essentially British businessmen of Russian origin.

I don’t know much about Fridman but the guy is a relic of the nineties, and from what I have heard, he transferred most of his assets from Russia to the UK. He lives in London for fuck sakes! I have to ask, is Boris working for Putin? Because for a while, people in Russia held a grudge against what they call a “compradore elite” that makes money in Russia and spends them in locations such as London. Fridman said he has no sway over Putin, and the people making decisions in Britain haven’t got a slightest idea about how Russia works.

By sanctioning “Russian oligarchs” Boris’ government has threatened iconic British businesses, like the football club Chelsea. The football club has been the property of Roman Abramovich, another relic of the nineties that lives in the UK. Roman Abramovich has been very good to Chelsea, he has invested heavily into the club and made it win big. Now Chelsea is facing insolvency…

Chelsea fans know this…

The Chelsea fans were also allegedly booing when there was a minute of silence for Ukraine. You can’t make this up, they must be laughing all the way to the bank in the Kremlin.

The whole sanctions response has made our utilities bills higher, commodities prices are through the roof, businesses are suffering. We have to suffer because the brave Ukrainians are suffering. We have to do it for battalion Azov, Vita Zaverukha, Igor Kolomoysky, Rinat Akhmetov, Arsen Avakov, and Dmytro Yarosh. Pay up bitches, FUCK! Maybe Zelensky will play a tune with his penis at our funeral. Meanwhile enjoy the media feeding you Ukraine 24/7.

Also, in the light of absolute shambolic reporting that we have witnessed in recent days about the Ukraine crisis, we have to question the wisdom of calling every wealthy Russian guy an oligarch. Do you call Elon Musk or Jeff Bezos an oligarch? Do you journalists even know what the word means?

Can Sberbank Open Branches in Crimea Now?

Sberbank in the Czech Republic has been all but destroyed in the Czech Republic in the wake of the Ukraine war. I used to joke that Sberbank has more branches in the Czech Republic than it does in the Republic of Crimea. There weren’t any Sberbanks in Crimea…

I really wonder what led Sberbank to open branches in the EU? Don’t they do risk assessment before investing? A large institution like Sberbank could afford a media analysis of the mainstream Czech papers and found out that those are thoroughly Russophobic. Obviously, they didn’t do any of that and now all their branches are closed. They may open some in Crimea, and in Ukraine now.

US Diplomats Should be Wiser Before They Shitpost

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These are the problems:

  1. Moscow was saved from Mongol destruction, unlike Kiev, because of those deep woods. Moscow became the preserve of Russian culture, while Kiev embarked on a long journey of estrangement from Rus’.
  2. All of the buildings shown are built in the style known as Ecclesiastical Baroque, they all come from the seventeenth and eighteenth century when Kiev was under Russian rule.
  3. It is a common trope of the Svidomites to point out the antiquity of Kiev over Moscow but the old Kiev has little in common with the modern Ukrainian state.