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Fossil Fuel W#r!

I recently wrote about companies still in Russia but each day more and more are pulling out and ceasing trading.

However, even if the Russian Economy collapses the Russian Dictator has Gold reserves and money in offshore accounts not in his name to fund his evil plan regardless of what the rest of the world does to him.

Furthermore, someone as powerful as this P#tin, do you not think he has ways of moving his wealth?

Also, I will embed a video which is in Polish and what these people are saying that the Russians are going to Poland to stock up on medicines and food in lorry loads crossing to Belarus and then onto to Russia. So the sanctions are not being addressed properly by the Polish Government. I would stop all import-export to Russia and I would put a special tax or sanction visa as a security measure.

Here are some ways money can be moved:

  1. Blockchain
  2. Crypto Currency
  3. Digital Assets
  4. NFTs
  5. Money Laundering
  6. Precious Metals
  7. Precious Gems
  8. Artwork
  9. Dark Web
  10. Import Export by Lorrys.

The reason in layman’s terms why this w#r is happening is because the US President imposed sanctions ready for the New Green Deal which meant countries will be moving away from fossil fuel otherwise they will get heavy sanctions and fines.

It is no coincidence that we were told that energy prices were going to rise this spring way before w#r broke out.

This was already on the table and P#tin who supplies 1/3 of the gas and oil basically had to make Ukraine the scapegoat and an example to the west of what he can do if he does not get his way. He does not want his supply to be worthless but if I were him I would have re-evaluated and would have maybe started the largest solar energy provider and manufactured solar panels, turbines, etc. But P#tin is not a businessman, just a thug and his entourage whom may I add look like they come from the dark ages and set in their ways are no better.

The EU’s Green Deal has a new purpose — not just to fight against climate change, but also against Vladimir P#tin and Europe’s dependence on Russian gas.

The Russian president’s attack on Ukraine is creating newfound unity in cutting off one of Moscow’s biggest sources of cash. That’s something repeatedly promised during past times of Kremlin aggression, but it was never delivered.

Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said it was “a focused acceleration of the European Green Deal” as a “strategic investment in our independence.” 

A large share of the initial savings would come from finding new suppliers of gas. But the EU wants to double down with a rapid boost of renewable energy and measures to cut energy use. Commission Green Deal chief Frans Timmermans called it “a huge opportunity.”

Now Ukraine which wanted to join the EU and Nato would have meant they too would have to do what all the other countries are doing and Russia who supplies 1/3 of the energy would start to feel a dent in their pockets if everyone went Green. This is now being dubbed the ‘Fossil Fuel War’ similar to the sanctions ‘Trade W#rs’ Trump imposed on China which caused them to retaliate with the C#v#d Pandemic. In order to understand why things happen in this world, we have to look at the bigger picture and uncover what world leaders do at the expense of the citizens. It’s a game of monopoly and who can win and not be defeated. So if all countries had sanctions imposed not to buy oil and gas from Russia, this would bring the country to its knees.

Washington is delegating for an embargo and sanctions on Russian oil and gas as a way of weakening Putin in the midst of his violent invasion of Ukraine. The move makes strategic sense: fossil fuels make up 60 percent of Russia’s exports and account for 40 percent of its federal budget. Literally what this means is oil and gas fuel Putin’s war machine.

Companies that have recently pulled out are:

Russia is becoming a commercial pariah,” said economist Mary Lovely, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington. “Pretty much no company, no multinational, wants to be caught on the wrong side of U.S. and Western sanctions.”


The move to pull out of Russia is not only a humanitarian responsibility, it also is a political stance in order to comply with Western sanctions against Russia.

Companies are increasingly aware of the potential risks to their reputations by continuing with business as usual in the country.

Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin of Russia said last week that it would help investors make “a considered decision” rather than succumb to the political pressure of sanctions. It’s not clear how that measure may affect corporations’ efforts to withdraw from Russia, but I am sure secret handshakes will be made.

Here is a running list of companies that have scaled back or cut ties with Russia.

Fossil fuels 

Western sanctions on Russia have for now excluded the energy sector, where Russia is a major player. The nation is the world’s third-largest producer of oil and the second-largest producer of natural gas. However, oil and gas companies, already feeling the heat from climate activists to invest in renewable energy, were among the companies that announced the most rapid and dramatic exits.

  • BP
  • Equinor 
  • Exxon
  • Shell

Cars and planes

  • Boeing and Airbus
  • Daimler Truck
  • Ferrari
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Harley-Davidson
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Renault
  • Toyota
  • Volkswagen
  • Volvo

Consumer goods 

  • Adidas
  • Airbnb
  • Budvar
  • Carlsberg
  • Disney
  • Estée Lauder
  • H&M
  • Ikea
  • Nike
  • Richemont 
  • Swatch Group
  • TJX Cos 
  • Unilever

Food and beverages

  • McDonald’s 
  • Coca-Cola
  • Pepsi
  • Starbucks 

Musicians, venues, promoters

  • AJR
  • Carnegie Hall
  • Nick Cave
  • Green Day
  • Health
  • Live Nation
  • Metropolitan Opera
  • Yungblud
  • Louis Tomlinson

Payment systems and accounting firms

  • Deloitte
  • Discover
  • Moody’s 
  • Pricewaterhouse Coopers 
  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express

Tech & Streaming

  • Netflix
  • Apple
  • Dell
  • Fortinet
  • Google
  • Meta
  • Spotify
  • Trimble
  • TikTok

“A smart business proposal”

For many companies, exiting Russia is as much about business as it is about morality.

“It’s really tough to do business in Russia under the best of conditions. Now it’s become just crazy. So getting out is a smart business proposal,” said James O’Rourke, professor of management at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, who specializes in reputation management and business communications.

Two million people have fled Ukraine as of Thursday, according to the United Nations refugee agency.

Company commitments to environmental, social, and corporate governance, known as ESG, are being put to the test. ESG has become the acronym that’s increasingly seen as an important way for corporations to have responsible business credentials.

“But there can also be an element of ‘greenwashing,'” where companies say things that make it seem like they hold certain values or are on the right side of ESG issues while their practices and behavior suggest otherwise, Columbia Business School associate professor Vanessa Burbano said.

“Stakeholders like employees and consumers will want to see if companies’ actions and behaviors are consistent with the communicated support that companies are expressing for Ukrainians,” she said.

Final Thoughts From The Editor.

Where there is a will there is a way and I am not convinced that this w#r will be over anytime soon. It was projected that on day eleven P#tin would have run out of money to fund the w#ar, by day fifteen it is still going strong. His troops need food, he also needs to replenish his artillery so where is his money coming from? I believe he has a vault full of gold so who is buying his gold?

Just like sanctions on blood diamonds, there should be sanctions from blood gold. Any gold, artwork, cryptocurrency, NFTs, and digital assets should also be frozen coming from that country but I believe he is now in hiding in his fortress near the baltic sea with his entourage. Furthermore, all borders should be closed to stop import-export into Russia. Whilst borders remain open money, gold will exchange hands, but how do you stop a country going by land unless you make up special security visas which have to go through certain protocols that could take many months to be approved. Like I said where there is a will there is a way. How about offering the enemy a reward if they surrendered and give security when they have defected. They say you cannot buy people but if the country they live in has an economy on its knees imagine what they could do with the money you pay them. Currently, the Ruble is worth 6 pence which means 100 Rubles would be £6.00 One would have to make the troops worth their while. Imagine if each person was paid £100 in their money that would be 1,660.00 rubles.


Final Thoughts From The Editor.

I am by no means any way qualified to give political opinions but from a personal perspective and what I can see on a daily basis P#tin is a sore loser, his entourage is most probably scared of him hence will do whatever he tells them to do.

But what if you took the instigator out of the equation you would be left with a country that would have to reform. I personally would find out where his sorry arse is located and I would without warning drop a bombshell or two.

The way to find this pathetic example of a human being is to locate his family and friends (although I bet you he has none) then you will get to him. He has children and nannies and servents find out who actually works for him. I am sure that some use smartphones, tap into the phones, and track the phones via satellites.

According to reports The long-term girlfriend of Russian president Vladimir P#tin – Alina Kabaeva – has reportedly gone into hiding in Switzerland, together with the couple’s four young children.

He is bound to be in contact with his girlfriend and children, I would start there. He also has two grown-up daughters living in Germany. In addition to his four children with Kabaeva, P#tin also has two adult daughters, 36-year old Maria and Katerina (35), both from his first marriage to Lyudmila Shkrebneva, a former flight attendant. Maria is married to a Dutch national, Jorrit Faassen, and lived in the Netherlands until recently. She is believed to have left Holland for her native Russia recently.

How hard is it to locate a person with modern technology and Artificial Intelligence? What one does is peel off the layers to find out who all the families are and the connections of all the people that need to be targeted and put surveillance on them all.

I would capture his girlfriend, family, and children’s location, going as far as detaining them to flush him out. His girlfriend has friends and family, I would put surveillance out on all of them.

I may not have any political experience but I used to run a security company with my ex-husband “Alan Barnes” called “Siren Security” in Cardiff in 1993 -2001 back in the day doing covert operations. Alan is sadly not with us now “God Bless his Soul”.

But this is what I would do to flush out this low life.

A true leader does not destroy lives he motivates and empowers people and will stand on the front line to show others how it is done. A true leader is someone like the “Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy”.

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