Russian Ruble Has Recovered ALL Post-Sanctions Losses And Is Now Trading HIGHER Than Before War

Chris Menahan
Apr. 01, 2022

Less than one week after Joe Biden claimed his "unprecedented sanctions" had reduced the ruble "to rubble," Russia's currency has recovered all its losses and is now trading higher than before the war began.

Putin took aggressive measures to rescue the ruble, from demanding foreign nations pay for Russian oil in rubles to pegging their currency to gold.

While Europe is committing suicide (or being suicided), China and India are refusing to go along with the DC regime's BS.

From China's FM Spokesperson Wang Wenbin's press conference on Thursday:
Reuters: Before the Beijing Olympics started, the Chinese and Russian Presidents said that the two countries’ cooperation would have no limits. Now if we are widening cooperation now, what does that mean and how much are we widening it in which areas?

Wang Wenbin: There is no limit to China-Russia cooperation in the pursuit of peace, no limit to our efforts to safeguard security, and no limit to our opposition to hegemony. China-Russia relations feature non-alliance, non-confrontation, and non-targeting of any third party.

Our globalist overlords used and abused sanctions to go after all of their political enemies and now they're shooting blanks.

Enigma Public's (now-shuttered) "sanctions tracker" showed how the US put sanctions on around 30% of the globe over the past three decades:




They've alienated so much of the planet that no one is listening to them anymore.

As Pepe Escobar noted earlier this month, "no nations from West Asia, Latin America or Africa have joined Washington's sanctions bandwagon."

French companies are refusing to leave Russia and China and India are holding firm.

This is a complete and total humiliation for the DC regime.

[Header image by Gage Skidmore, CC BY-SA 2.0]

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