Following on from the discussion on George Galloway’s Kalima Horra show in May this year that explored the economic and financial impacts of US led sanctions on Russia, I was invited to participate in a recording in late August to discuss the impact on Europe. The programme aired this week, ironically, shortly before Liz Truss resigned as UK prime minister. Roger quipped on social media “Liz Truss did well, she buried the Queen, the pound and the Tory party in 44 days.“
Europe – Frozen Winter Backlash in waiting (video 49 minutes and 54 seconds)
With a winter of unaffordable energy bills with blackouts, power cuts, and the resultant unemployment and cessation of economic activity that will go with it, how bad is it going to get in Europe?
Shabbir Razvi – Economist, broadcaster and political analyst. Director of International Dialogue Foundation
Dr Niall McCrae – Officer for the Workers of England Trade Union. Mental health academic
Clive Menzies – Researcher and analyst of political economy
Dr Greg Simons – Video link From Karpacz, Poland. Associate Professor at IRES at Uppsala University. Lecturer at the Department of Communication Sciences at Turiba University in Riga, Latvia.
Nigel West – Video link From London, England. Author, specialising in security, intelligence, secret service and espionage issues.
What many fail to recognise is that ministers and governments just follow orders which was what the article on page three of the latest edition of The Light referred to in the previous outersite article explains.
So while pundits on mainstream and alternative media focus on the political pantomime of Truss’s resignation and the mid-term elections in the US, the real agenda unfolds unrecognised and unchallenged other than by those who know who rules, how and why.