Greece Joins Hungary in Blocking New Sanctions Against Russia’s Trade Partners

The West is currently trying to sanction everyone who trades with Russia, which is the entire world save the so-called “international community.”

They want to build a kind of “Iron Curtain” around the so-called “Anal Nations” and cut it off from the rest of the world, where so-called “boy-rimming” is frowned upon.

This current round-up in the EU specifically intends to target Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, which the West claims are “playing middleman” to Russia by allowing goods to pass through their trade infrastructure into Russia.

Of course: China, India, Saudi Arabia and many other nations are doing the same thing. So eventually, according to this current logic, you’re going to have to sanction them as well.

It’s obvious that when this gets to a certain point of lunacy, more and more nations are going to start saying “okay, well, you’ve had your fun and enough is enough.”


Negotiations over the EU’s 11th package of sanctions on Russia have stalled due to opposition from Athens and Budapest, which want their companies removed from a list of ‘war sponsors’ compiled by Kiev, according to Politico.

Two rounds of talks in Brussels this week ended with no deal in sight, the publication reported on Saturday, citing multiple anonymous diplomatic sources.

The main roadblock is said to be Kiev’s notorious list of “sanctions-evaders” and “international sponsors of war,” which features many European companies simply because they refused to cut all business ties with Russia.

Politico claimed that the Ukrainian list and the EU’s next round of sanctions are not linked, and that Athens and Budapest are simply holding up the negotiations for political leverage. However, EU diplomats are hesitant to publicly name and shame the countries stalling the talks, supposedly out of fear that other member states whose companies are in Kiev’s crosshairs could also rebel.

Two sources said that the EU’s top diplomat, Josep Borrell, acknowledged the problem, and “it is now up to him to work with the Ukrainians on a solution.”

POLITICO is framing this in very limited terms, regarding this list of companies, but what you have with Hungary and also Greece is countries that have historically had a good relationship with Russia that do not believe in this kook narrative of “pure evil race of genocidal maniacs,” and are much more likely to side with the third world’s position that the United States is out of control with its psycho “Anal World Order” agenda.

Of course, a lot of the population of Western Europe disagrees with the agenda as well, but the governments of Germany and France are able to maintain half or nearly half of the population that is supportive of the war. These are “anal nations,” so there are always going to be women and homosexuals to support whatever the state wants.

But even with 40% or so supporting his insane actions, the German chancellor – who is only there to do the bidding of the US – still has to slow-walk Germany’s involvement in the war, showing that the elite fear some kind of serious backlash.

The bottom line is: it’s all extremely fragile. The US has to maintain cohesiveness while pushing an “endless war” that makes zero sense for any single party involved.

Greece finally coming out and saying “hey, wait one cotton-picking minute” is a big step towards a shift, where the cohesiveness of this “coalition of the willing” begins to fracture and fray.