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Letter: Russia is engineering an economic collapse in the West

Christofferson writes, "Instead of Russia being bled on the battlefield, it is Ukraine and the West that bleed. Instead of the Russian economy crashing resulting in Putin’s replacement by a Davos-compatible leader, it is the West’s economy that is crashing. Instead of Russia being isolated, it is the West that is being increasingly isolated."

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Most people know something is wrong in the world but cannot really figure out what. The reason for the current panic among western elites is that the Ukraine project isn’t going as planned.

Instead of Russia being bled on the battlefield, it is Ukraine and the West that bleed. Instead of the Russian economy crashing resulting in Putin’s replacement by a Davos-compatible leader, it is the West’s economy that is crashing. Instead of Russia being isolated, it is the West that is being increasingly isolated.

Nothing is working, and to top it all off, Europe has given the Russians the means and motive to destroy the European economy by partly shutting down its industry. Without Russian resources, there is no European industry, and without industry, there are no taxes for paying for unemployment benefits, pensions, all the refugees, and pretty much everything else which holds European societies together.

The Russians now have the ability to engineer an uncontrolled crash in Europe which is not what Davos planned. An uncontrolled crash might see Davos’ heads roll, literally, and that is causing fear and panic in elite circles.

The only solution for them is to move on with World War 3 and hope for the best. Fun times ahead!

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Cory Christofferson lives in Hamar, N.D.

This letter does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Forum's editorial board nor Forum ownership.

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