The Economist & YALE Leadership Institute: America Recession Good – Russia Recession Bad

Yale’s Leadership Institute has released a paper that claims Russia’s economy has been dramatically affected by the western sanctions!  Dastardly!   The ‘scholarly paper’ is the first and only for most of the esteemed authors and provides nothing in terms of evidentiary statistics or fact – instead it is a compilation of opinions.   And incredibly Boring!  The bios of the authors are equally inane citing their opposition to Trump, and their promotion of all things “left-leaning”.   True to NGO exceptionalism – their LAST Financial Report is 4 years old – and somehow the IRS doesn’t seem to mind?

Deemed ‘Yale’s Team of Experts’ – these one time claim to fame comedians include:  a first year undergrad student from Poland who hopes to major in economics.   A kid who recently got his bachelor degree majoring in political science.  And a group of kids under the kingship of Jeffrey Sonnenfeld whose stated life purpose is to shake and disrupt Russian civil society so as to impose a coup.

That’s unbiased news fer ya.

But once again Germany’s government controlled/Soros edited DW is espousing this benign article as though it is glorified absolute scientific factoid.   Sonnenfeld, the leader of these misfits is a professor whose mother fled the Bolshevik takeover of Russia in 1920.  Now he claims to be the Director prima facie of nearly every global leader associated with Western Collapse.

So, what is Russia’s economic status?   I don’t know – and neither does any western yahoo.   Economic figures for China, Russia, Africa, South America, etc…  are NOT published.   Instead, organizations such as Yales Leadership Institute, World Bank and the UN routinely create opinion points and produce their version of numbers to propagandize global opinion.  Translation:  they make it up!  Much like the Brandon Handlers declaring that a recession is not a recession, a vaccine is not a vaccine, and science is not absolute – ever – unless it fits their narrative.

When western companies ‘leave’ Russia – it impacts Russia – but it also impacts the bottom line of the company. That in turn lowers share pricing.   Damaging shareholder equity.   Damaging the portfolio’s of Western investors.  And destroying 401-k’s and Pensions.

Starbucks shares have dropped 36% ytd.   Apple ytd down 11.4%.   Netflix down 62% ytd.   Of course multiple factors contributed to their demise, however, from the perspective of shareholders, further purposeful tanking an already listless stock by eliminating sales in Russia is a political catastrophe that could result in lawsuits for mismanagement!

But the point of the unscientific misfit paper is to distract from western countries imminent collapse under the tutelage of the Crown Elites.  Moving the goalposts.   Propagandizing.  Russia’s economy should NOT be our concern as we spiral into a Recession!   A more important conversation would be to ask who will rise from the Dust and Ashes?

The Economist has levied its opinion on a protracted economy by declaring there are “Silver Linings”.  WE SHOULD ALL BE HAPPY WE ARE IN A RECESSION!  For example, FIRST:  higher inflation means consumers are ‘rebalancing their spending’.   Owning lesS;  going without such nonessential commodities as cars, food, homes, clothing, etc…  Whereas retailers stumble and fall into the cataclysm.   Auto manufacturers fold.   And Construction companies go bankrupt.   FUN!

Therefore, in the upside down topsy-turvy world of Alice’s Queen –  an economic downturn is good – but in Russia it is a western success… that should be attributed to Putin’s failure.   WHAT???  

Obviously, The Economist did not get the memo from Yale and shot themselves in the groin ag

In addition, SECOND:   The Economist in line with WEF is calling for the elimination of privately owned automobiles so as to balance ‘green energy’ – as a positive solution to the Recession.   Of course, the ‘happy card’ is pulled and The Economist has declared that they know people are ‘cherrier about their finances’.   I suppose they never really asked anyone – but the statement does support the WeF Happy Factor.  Likely a result of Big Pharma drugs and psychedelic mushrooms!

THIRDLY:   The Economist has decided that the US needs MORE immigrants given a shortfall has contributed to America’s recession.   Apparently, The Economist believes the immigrants all hold valuable degrees in engineering, IT, AI, and are comprised of doctors, nurses, and managers!   AH!

The SPIN.

The Spin’s are running out of steam and have become laughable.   As a result, previous stalwarts such as The Economist, WSJ, NYT, USA Today, NPR, etc… have lost their mojo so to speak.   They have become ‘tabloids’ with all the factual content of The Enquirer.  Desperate, they have lost the chess match and are trying to hold on to their king with three pawns.   But the game is over.  The BRICS will gain traction.   And once again, the Queen’s Gamet of Royalists will be relegated to the basement for rebooting.

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