This conflict in Ukraine is getting to be quite the squabble fest. On the one side, all the globalists are lined up behind the Ukrainians (who can do no wrong, according to mainstream media news), and on the other are the Russians who are systematically being isolated from the rest of the world.
That is costing them a lot of money.
Meanwhile, in the latest escalation of tension between the White House and the Kremlin, Moscow’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced new sanctions on Tuesday against 11 Americans including President Joe Biden himself.
‘We should be thinking about reparations from the damage that was caused by the sanctions and the war itself because that too costs money and we should get it back,’ Matveychev said on Sunday Evening With Vladimir Solovyov.
Russia sold Alaska to the United States in 1867. It should be noted that after the Revolution, Americans tended to purchase land expansions rather than conquering other nations, but that seems to be beside the point.
Fort Ross was a privately owned partnership formed in 1812 that was eventually sold into completely private hands in 1841.
In the case of Antarctica, that’s another matter.
But still, this is not going to de-escalate anything considering the other sanctions handed down.
In addition to Biden, Russia’s sanctions list includes US officials Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chair Mark Milley, and Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo.
The rhetoric rages and no progress is made.