Politics at the expense of the people
- Russia’s movements in the Ukraine
- People will die this winter
Politics at the expense of the people. Everything is political. Recently you’ve seen the political posturing over the Ukraine. The Western Nations want to punish Russia for annexing back some territories that were formally part of the Soviet Union.
Politicians involved don’t really care about the wishes of the citizen, they just want to stop Putin’s advance in the region. The recent decisions from political sanctions and economic sanctions against Russia has had no effect on Russia’s movements in the Ukraine. In fact, the more sanctions put on Russia and the more the EU chooses not to cooperate with Russia, but take a political stand against Putin, the more Putin will redirect the energy resources from Russia.
What will happen is the citizens, the very people who didn’t make these decisions, will suffer the most. People will die this winter without enough fuel and energy to heat their homes and businesses. So, when you see a political decision being made by any country look between the lines to see who will benefit from it, who will suffer from it, and how the other side can retaliate.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That political decisions are not normally made with the benefit of all in mind.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because the weather in Europe is getting much colder and this just strengthens Russia’s position.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Stop thinking politically and start making decisions that benefit everyone.
COMMENTARY: This strategic redirection of energy by Russia was easy to see coming. These countries don’t care about their citizens. This is no different where you live. You need to be self-sufficient so you don’t become a dispensable pawn in anyone’s political agenda.