by Hugo Dionísio for the Saker blog
While the numbers of Ronaldo and his “triumphant” signing for the “competitive” Saudi league are being discussed in Portuguese and European news, the world outside is spinning in such a way that the corporate press of the North Atlantic has a hard time keeping pace, opting to summarize the history of international politics in two main facts: the war in the East and Covid in the far-East. They don’t broaden the scope too much to avoid running the risk of fooling themselves.
Even within a framework of permanent confirmation of the premises perceived as real, constantly corroborated by the army of opinion makers, analysts, commentators and political analysts on duty, who, appearing to be very rational and pluralistic, never distance themselves from the essential and fundamental questions, the facts that will shape the year 2023, if debated and analyzed, would not fail to produce in the most immovable minds – those who only have certainties – the most inopportune questions.
If the conflict in the East will continue to shape much of the year to come, insofar as it was designed for this very purpose, it is important to remember two pieces of data that help to understand the ultimate reasons behind the aggression, violence and destruction that we are witnessing.
On the World Bank’s website (https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/MS.MIL.XPRT.KD?locations=RU-US), the data on “arms exports” show that since 2001 Russian exports in this field have not only approached those of the United States, but in some years (2002, 2013) have even exceeded the value exported by the United States.
It is not curious that the last year in which there was real value competition between the two countries was 2013. Between November 2013 and February 2014 Euromaidan took place, and in that very year a huge package of sanctions against the Russian federation (which had been in place at least since 2008) was passed, focusing especially on technologies imported by Russia for its largely public military industrial complex. As early as 2014, data from the World Bank show the sharp decline in Russian arms exports, which now account for a little more than 1/3 of US sales.
This data is not only relevant for us to understand the reason for Euromaidan, the imposition of a Russophobic regime and an entire escalation of weaponry that is well evidenced in the preparation that, for 8 years, was initiated by the neo-Nazi regime, building a totally disproportionate army and a network of fortifications in the Donbass reminiscent of Albanian bunkers. This data, together with others, confirms a number of premises that will shape our near future.
The problem is not just a “commercial substitution” problem. Not by a long shot. Martyanov explains to us, in 3 very important books, part of the problem. Under Putin’s reign, there was a reuse, modernization and optimization of all the installed potential left by the USSR and present in Russian society, not totally destroyed in the 90s, which allowed to offer to the world market more effective options from the military point of view, and, above all, much cheaper, considering the cost/benefit binomial. Today, the conflict between the two Slavic nations, has shown that US weaponry not only brings no substantial difference, but is outdated, especially in the field of artillery (long, short and medium distances) and air defense.
What Martyanov allowed us to foresee is that the U.S. could not allow an enormous number of world countries (from Algeria, to Saudi Arabia, to Turkey, India, Indonesia, Egypt, Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil, or even NATO countries such as Greece…) to start buying technologies superior to theirs (such as the case of the S-400 bought by Turkey, which he says is superior to any American air defense system), but which, even when they are not superior, are incompatible with the NATO standard, which in itself raises two problems: 1. If the country joins or remains in the military allies, the fact of having different weapons systems raises interconnection problems taking away defensive and offensive effectiveness; 2. If it becomes an enemy country, it will rely on offensive systems against which NATO defensive systems are not experienced or tuned, and vice versa.
To see how important this is, look at the reluctance on the part of the US to supply large quantities of HIMARS or PATRIOTs, and even then, to supply only the most limited capabilities. As for drones, the same is true. Their massive use, namely the most advanced capabilities, will allow the enemy army to test, experiment and fine-tune their systems in relation to them. That’s why they don’t want to supply them. There is still the problem of the enemy capturing one of these systems (it seems that they already got the unexploded HIMAR missile warhead). On the other hand, their use in the conflict, without being able to point to substantial victories and a reversal in the direction of the trend, would bring very bad marketing for these weapons systems.
The reverse is also true. This is the reason why, in my humble opinion, the Russian army is reluctant to field its S-500 or even S-400 (betting more on modernized S-300, BUK and others), has only launched 1 or 2 hypersonics and there is no record of using Su-57 yet. In other words, we must not show everything to the enemy, because the battlefield is swarming with NATO sensors looking for tactical, technological, logistical and doctrinal information.
The effectiveness of the small Russian contingent in fighting ISIS, when compared to the means spent by the US in the same “fight”, raised an international security need, which already existed, but became of urgent resolution to US neocons. If the official discourse continued – and continues – in the direction of belittling and ridiculing the Russian potential, because sales had to keep increasing on one side and decreasing on the other, the fact is that the pentagon’s military analysts will not have failed to think that it was better to pay attention. Arrogance is often a show-off and deep down, it hides concern.
There are facts that help reinforce this perception. The fact that we know how NATO and the G7 have classified their threats and the entire policy of “containment” and “dismantling” of their military and economic power, which requires in-depth work of attrition, study and fine-tuning of strategies, which for many specialists already constitute what will be the antechamber of World War III (this time, hopefully, with its epicenter further to the east), gives us clues as to the direction of action.
The creation of funds for the construction of a negative image of opponents confirms this direction: For example, on page 89 of the US federal budget, chapter “Department of State and Other International Programs”, we can read “$400 million for the Fund against the malign influence of the People’s Republic of China. Additionally (…) the budget allocates 682$ million for Ukraine and an increase of 219$ million above what was given in 2021, to continue to counter the malign influence of Russia.” It is in the final part of the paragraph that we realize what these 1.2$ billion are really for, namely “disinformation” (should be read as: counter-information) or “civil society resilience” (should be read as: money for NGOs). After this can anyone still believe everything they read and see in the corporate press about these two countries? Even knowing that US pays to produce and publish information to combat these countries? And knowing that the so-called “media” is in deep economic crisis and tremendously dependent on the use of such funds? Only if the belief is religious!
But the data on the European Union trade with the Russian federation, confirm in which plan(s) the action is played. According to Eurostat, with the exception of the small Baltics, Sweden, Ireland, Denmark and Finland, ALL the others imported more than they did in 2021. And this is all despite the 10th package of sanctions that is already on the way. Explain this? Where is the “don’t contribute to Putin’s coffers”, “don’t contribute to war funding” or “let’s wipe out the Russian economy”? As written in the Times of India, the US knew very well that they were not going to affect the Russian economy. What they knew was that they were going to kill the German and European economy, thereby fattening their own.
In other words, it’s all talk for the herd. This talk can be translated as “buy everything more expensive, because we buy without long term contracts”, “buy energy more expensive so that American shale oil and shale gas become the EU’s main focus”, ” no way buying weapons to them”, “to end cooperation in sensitive areas such as nuclear fusion, a project that was being developed in France with promising results and in which Russia was a fundamental partner, and it is not by chance that the USA also competes in this field and does not want competition”, “not to export cutting edge technology to the Russian Federation” and “to suppress the country’s main commercial partner, which was the EU, with the exit of most multinationals from that country”.
This is where we can confirm the real goals of the war that started in 2014. Aligned with the founding objectives of NATO, the first “Russia out” is already achieved; the second “German down” has already been achieved with the election of Sholz and his bunch of very “well” Ivy League-trained woke boys, girls and half boys and half girls; the third “Europe in” is achieved with the sanctions, which force the EU to give up one of its main economic partners, the main one in cheap raw materials and energy, and, in time, also having to give up its main trading partner, China. All under the guise of the fight against dictatorship and the violation of human rights.
There are already two other facts that will have enormous importance in predicting the events that await us. One is the mobilization in Poland of 250,000 reservists, aged up to 55, which has led to thousands of men fleeing the country, a fact that is not reported on the “credible” TV stations of the North Atlantic. If we link this event to the annual increase for some years now in the military budget of that country (far above NATO’s requirements), it is easy to see which people will be the next to be thrown under the crusher. Thousands of mercenaries, many former soldiers of the Polish armed forces, have died in Bahkmut. But there are plans for all sorts of things, whether by some Polish elite to occupy the Galician region, or by the Neocons to use Poland as the next guinea pig to “weaken” the “enemy”.
The other, which foreshadows the preparation of what is to come, is further east. First they used their CIA-funded boys, mobilized from Taiwan and Hong Kong (yes, the ringleaders have been identified), to mobilize small demonstrations in China against Zero Covid policy. The Zero Covid policy had the power to stall and somehow freeze the attack that the US was preparing on the country, using the predictable deaths to bring about regime change. During these almost three years the country was able to prepare for the fight against the pandemic, but Washington did not want to give them that much time. That is why, after having pushed for the lockdown – as if it never existed here – they are now attacking the country because… it ended with Covid Zero.
This is what is called being arrested for having a dog, and arrested for not having one, which shows the seriousness and the real intentions of these people. Now, they accuse China of “hiding data”, calling the leaders liars and treating the people of this millennial country as fools, they accuse the “hospitals of being crowded”, as if ours were not crowded EVERY DAY ALL THE TIME, and after having died MILLIONS of people in the U.S. and colonies, they say they are “very concerned about the number of cases”. As if over here Covid is over.
Of course, and this is hilarious, the song-seller Van Der “Lies”, who happens to be the wife of the director of one of the main laboratory that works with Pfizer, went running to “offer vaccines to China”. For our pockets this “offer” would mean a few more billions paid in taxes, for Ursula it would mean another lost cell phone, but for the Chinese, whose civilization is 5000 years old… It takes more to fool them. Very little, almost nothing, has been discussed about the real effects of this mass vaccination, but the payment to Twitter (proven by the Twitter Files) to shape the information about the vaccine, does not bode well for what we will find out in the future.
Consequently, as early as 2023, we may well have to brace ourselves for empty shelves. The intended closing of the European borders with China that US will try to impose, would not fail to have this effect. The increased funding to the WHO (the same one that lied about the masks, remember?), also provided for in the federal budget under the guise of “Strengthening US Leadership in International Institutions,” has already delivered its first fruit with news such as “WHO doubts the data provided by Beijing.” Of course it doubts!
Whether it is because we pay the highest prices for energy and raw materials, or because the attack on our main trading partner is going to accelerate and reach top speed… there we will have to pay dearly for what we previously thought was cheap!
And at this pace we will discover that we had no reason to leave 2022 behind!
Hugo Dionísio, lawyer, policy adviser, analyst and researcher at the Portuguese workers trade union confederation (CGTP-IN).
The question is how long will it take before western financial collapse takes place, here’s an interesting article.
Starting on 7 April 2023, a rule that Joe Biden’s U.S. Commerce Department issued on 12 October 2022 will be fully in force, outlawing, by U.S. Executive (President Biden’s) fiat, any U.S.-allied country to engage in any commerce (buying or selling) with China that his Administration considers to be (or potentially to be) related to either artificial intelligence or supercomputing. He’s pretending to be the chief executive officer not ONLY for the U.S. Government but for the entire planet — all nations — the leader of the entire world’s government, replacing any authority that the U.N. or any of its agencies might possess, and with authority to replace international law by whatever he presents as being “international rules.” Finally, his Administration’s many assertions that they represent “the rules-based international order” have clear meaning: that phrase means whatever the U.S. regime wants it to mean. Those “rules” replace whatever is, or might be, international laws (which is the U.N.’s supposed — and exclusive — area of authority); and, (unlike whatever authority the Truman-created version of the FDR-planned “United Nations” might have possessed) this “rules-based international order” is backed up by the U.S. military, which constitutes half of the entire world’s military (with 1,649 military bases throughout the world, of which 900 are in foreign countries) and thus — as the physical enforcer of the U.S. regime’s “international rules” — provides to it the enforcement-power that U.S. President Truman refused to allow the U.N. to possess.
On 14 October 2022, the international law firm of Crowell & Moring headlined “New U.S. Restrictions on Transfers to China for Semiconductor and Advanced Computing Uses”, and reported that
Two new rules announced by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) strive to severely inhibit China’s progress in indigenously producing advanced semiconductors. Although advanced semiconductors are widely used for commercial applications, BIS cited serious concerns regarding China’s use of the technology for WMD and military applications, and enabling human rights violations or abuses. BIS’ announcement follows remarks in September by the U.S. National Security Advisor signaling a shift in the U.S. export control strategy from one of maintaining a “relative” advantage over competitors in certain key technologies, to maintaining “as large a lead as possible.” It remains to be seen if U.S. allies key to the semiconductor supply chain will impose similar export restrictions on transfers to China. Following the announcement of the rules, BIS officials have underscored the importance of multilateral adoption of the new currently unilateral controls, describing engagement with allies as a “priority” for BIS.
“WMD” and “human rights violations and abuses” are the U.S. regime’s standard excuses for its aggressions against other countries, either via sanctions or via coups or via invasions (such as was the case in Iraq), but Crowell was also pointing out, to its clients, the real reason: that “BIS’ announcement follows remarks in September by the U.S. National Security Advisor signaling a shift in the U.S. export control strategy from one of maintaining a ‘relative’ advantage over competitors in certain key technologies, to maintaining ‘as large a lead as possible.’”In other words: this action by Biden is intended to cripple China in artificial intelligence and in supercomputing, so as to lock-in for the indefinite future the U.S. regime’s global dominance, which will be necessary in order for the U.S. to replace the U.N. and its international laws, by America’s (and its military’s) “international rules” — such as by forcing the U.S. regime’s ‘allies’ or vassal-nations to comply with them (in this instance, by dropping China as regards supercomputing and AI).
Just as Biden’s America had forced Russia — when Russia demanded from it., on 17 December 2021, a promise that Ukraine on Russia’s border will never be allowed to join America’s anti-Russian military alliance NATO — to invade Ukraine in order for Russia to be able to prevent Ukraine from ever being able to join NATO, Biden’s America is also now forcing China to either choose to become another U.S. ‘ally’ or else to become “The West’s” ‘enemy’, and for the entire world to be forced to choose sides between the U.S. regime and its ‘enemies’: China and Russia.
Both in regards to Russia, and in regards to China, the U.S. regime is now forcing any remaining “non-aligned” nation to choose a side in what the U.S. regime views as being already WW III (though not YET a nuclear WW III — that is yet to come).
The non-aligned nations are being forced by the United States into needing to be “either for us or against us.” The coming world will be the U.S. and its ‘allies’ against everybody else. And the U.S. and its ‘allies’ will need to pretend that the aggressors here are China and Russia, instead of the U.S. This will be the ‘democracies’ versus the ‘dictatorships’.
The Crowell advisory also pointed out that only starting on 7 April 2023 will the full force of this new means of aggression against China be felt:
Temporary General License
To avoid disruptions of the IC supply chain, BIS has also announced a temporary general license (TGL), effective October 21, 2022 through April 7, 2023, allowing exports, reexports, or retransfers from abroad to or within China by companies not headquartered in an U.S. arms embargoed or sanctioned cy to allow for activity in China involving advanced IC and computer parts now covered by the new controls. The TGL does not authorize transactions with end users or ultimate consignees in China, nor does it allow activities with Entity Listed parties.
Right now, the firms that have relationships with Chinese firms regarding supercomputing and artificial intelligence are either preparing to do without China, or else to do without America, in those fields. So: if a firm will be writing-off China, then here is what they will be writing off:
On 29 August 2022, I headlined “Why RussChina Will Probably Be the Dominant Nation Beyond the Year 2100” and opened by pointing out, about China,
China is already a serious contender to become the world’s dominant nation because of its Governmental system and because that system has produced by far a larger number of highly intelligent and well-educated people than any other nation has. China’s most-basic asset is its having the world’s largest population; and, to this, its Governmental system has increased (added to) the effectiveness of that population, so as to make China already the world’s #1 nation regarding human resources.
Regarding China’s “Governmental system,” I linked there to a recent study titled “China is Fast Outpacing U.S. STEM PhD Growth” by the Center for Security and Emerging Technology at Georgetown University. In other words: China’s graduate levels of education in Science, Technology, Mathemnatics, and Engineering, already is “fast outpacing” America’s.
Regarding China’s “increased (added to) the effectiveness of that population” I linked to PISA, the global high-school test-results-based comparisons of pre-college education, or “Program for International Student Assessment” and linked there to an article about that from Big Think dot com, titled “China’s schoolkids beat American students in all academic categories”.
Regarding China’s being “the world’s #1 nation” for “human resources,” I linked directly to that PISA study, because it proves that China’s high school students are dreams that America’s colleges and universities can only hope to be bringing here to become, as adults, assets to this nation instead of to any other nation (such as China).
America is living off of what FDR, and, before him, Lincoln, and before him, America’s Founders, did. Truman and his successors have, by now, already wasted it. Biden wants to force the rest of the world not to notice. But, by cutting off China (the world’s leader in human resources) and Russia (the world’s leader in physical resources), he is destroying his nation, forever.
(That last link is to a news-site whose leading contributor — the one having the largest number of high-viewers-per-page articles there — until recently was myself, but the site’s owner was recently threatened by an agent for the U.S. regime and so cancelled me, as a result of which, my articles have been removed from there, so that his business will not be destroyed by any such agent.So, as-of today, here is what is showing at that URL. And here it was before that. And here is why it was done.)
Investigative historian Eric Zuesse’s new book, AMERICA’S EMPIRE OF EVIL: Hitler’s Posthumous Victory, and Why the Social Sciences Need to Change, is about how America took over the world after World War II in order to enslave it to U.S.-and-allied billionaires. Their cartels extract the world’s wealth by control of not only their ‘news’ media but the social ‘sciences’ — duping the public.
“The non-aligned nations are being forced by the United States into needing to be “either for us or against us.” ”
Why would anyone choose to be on the side of the US? Even the most myopic Americophile has to see that being a US client state is the deadest of dead-end roles.
I guess for the same reason people pay ‘protection’ money, despite having insurance.
India earns nearly $160 billion in software services exports. And total $450Billion in exports. US, China& UAE are the largest export destination as well as Trading partners. With US and China running neck to neck.
In all services exports to US and EU constitutes 80% of Indias destinations.
And export wise too India is heavily dependent on US and EU to the tune of 40% on the other hand exports Constitution 20% of indias GDP.
This is where the risks lie. It’s very costly to both sides to delink. Unless African market picks up and Russia, Middle East, Central Asia and Asean trade with India picks up it will be costly for India.
Thank you. Informative read.
thanks for a quite interesting and broad view.
For the sake of completeness, I’d like to share to everyone who might be interested, an article by Thierry Meyssan (May 2021) about the ‘Rumsfeld-Cerebrowski doctrine’, which doctrine is already more than 20 years old: https://orientalreview.org/2021/05/26/the-rumsfeld-cebrowski-doctrine/
(please scroll first through the ‘Project new middle east’ on top, another smashing success). Simplified summary is that it is a remake of the British control of the sea lanes with gunboat policy, a flavor of Cecil Rhodes style partition of people, and a solid belief in own human superiority, technologically and military.
I’m not sure whether nations like China, Russia, Iran etc. share this belief.
One thing to follow.
The US is hell-bent on controlling technology – that is not even their own. The tantalizing question, is what makes them so sure that ‘others’ are not catching up at least? I’m not so sure that e.g. the Russians or Chinese would shout out so loud that they might be closer than DC expected, they’re not Americans.
Also thanks to Mr. Hugo Dionisio for sharing a nice bone to chew on.
Cheers and stay safe, Rob
I wonder if the Chinese will just ignore US sanctions as the best way to deal with a naughty, demanding child, or will choose to punish the child. In my view, the only thing America has to offer to China is soybeans, and China can get them from Brazil. China’s domestic industry can simply retool to point away from the US, towards BRICS+, but imagine an America or a Europe without China!
I think China will be measured against US, to avoid as far as possible a total economic collaps.
The same goes for Russia vs EU. Poverty managed, easily breeds facism. Empire seems set on it.
With NATO now signaling that China is hostile, it seems a matter of time before it gets the Russia treatment.
I wonder wether Empire is planning the mother of all depressions globally, while it still is in its power to induce one. Blowing up the derivative bomb maybe.
The common factor binding/driving the EU statelets to Uncle Sham’s shitty coattail is bankruptcy, all hooked up to the same debt based virtual existence, all on life-support with major respiratory problems. Keeping this House of Cards (Derivatives & Exotic Financial Instruments) afloat, or the illusion thereof, requires thousands of conjurors and magicians to create said illusion. Russia’s economic, political, geopolitical, military and cultural influence is a major threat to exposing the quad-trillion in under/unfunded liabilities at the bottom of the West’s empty war-chest.
There are no more rabbits to pull out of their behinds.
Regarding the EU losing Russia as a trading partner, well, that’s a fallacy also, as the EU imported more Russian products in 2022 than in previous years despite those 3000+ pesky sanctions. It’s also highly likely that America increased their purchases of Russian energy products, including diesel and uranium.
It looks like the purpose of rising the new ‘iron’ curtain, is to hide the coming difference in livingstandards between east and west. I can imagine a future ban on travel to Russia. An inverse of Soviet times.
Russia is pushing the British-American Neocon minority — I prefer Sicarii or Cathar or Sicarii-Cathar, because that is Neocons’ lineage and because everyone knows exactly which minority is pushing these nefarious wars, and their exact ethnicity — out of Europe. Russia is saving Europe again, as she did in 1812 and 1945.
Americans and Europeans must likewise push the same minority off control of the powers of their governments. At least in The USA, for that purpose a new political party is necessary. A political vehicle is needed to push away the mountain of Sicarii inertia obstructing national progress. I call it The All American Party. I think it is close to self-polymerizing, so to speak, and without Sicarii rubble inserting themselves compulsively into its leadership roles from the start, as is their wont. Here is a set of studies for The All American Party’s rationale and platform planks:
It is so much easier and happier to communicate, trade, and enjoy God’s love and bounty than it is to run wars of the propaganda, intimidation, and exploding kind. The impulse to aggress must be sublimated in the yearning to be free in the One God.
Military force is needed now only for homeland defense and possibly a brief punitive expedition for very extraordinary circumstances. Even just the latter now requires a logistical train traversing permissive space. Fighting on another continent just isn’t possible today and forwardly. The weapons environment does not permit that. Russia and Europe share a continent, Eurasia, which Russia and Germany oversee. The USA, like Great Britain, is an island nation. Hegemonic intentions for an island nation signal insanity or malice and in either case are impossible of fulfillment.
British-American Neocons-Sicarii-Cathars — they concentrate in London, New York, and Washington D.C. — are not interested in God’s love and bounty. They revel in havoc for havoc’s sake — but among others, especially Christians, not among themselves. Inside and outside The USA, Neocon Sicarii fright normal people with false flags, all manner of propaganda, FBI persecutions, riots, CIA assassinations, and exploding devices. Thus the necessity for a fresh political party — in The USA, a *second* political party — to drive them hence.
Why do major powers export arms at all? (Leaving aside the question of manufacturer profits, tho one expects they lobby heavily for more arms exports.)
Because far as I can see, most (perhaps all) of those exported arms are ultimately used not for defense, but for aggression against internal factions or nearest neighbors. Which of course spurs the need for more arms and more exports and… rinse and repeat until every petty warlord is armed to the teeth. How does that promote anyone’s peace or security, when they all think in terms of which neighbor they can defeat? I say let everyone be limited to what arms they can make for themselves. Petty warlords armed with spears and hunting rifles are not nearly as destructive as petty warlords armed with machine guns and artillery.
Manufacturing jobs domestically, political influence globally (arming regimes or factions). Keeping ‘Allies’ locked into dependency of the Powers military standards i.e. limited defensive freedom (See Turkeys S-400).
(sorry everyone, it just felt gold to write back in Portuguese and I post a translation to english below)
Uma surpresa agradável ler um artigo de um conterrâneo por aqui, e um excelente artigo, uma análise muito bem articulada dos diversos pontos tocados. Depois do dilúvio inicial de propaganda e censura em Fevereiro/Março de 2022, as vozes alternativas à pseudo realidade que nos querem impor têm conseguido afirmar-se e este artigo é uma excelente contribuição.
Apenas discordo – e acho que o artigo sofre com isso – com a análise em relação à vacina, a corrupção da Van der Lies não implica que a vacina seja má, e o que se sabe sobre a mesma não justifica de todo o ataque que lhe fazes.
Mas isso são outros 500 e o artigo está muito bom.
Espero ler mais artigos teus no futuro.
Dear Hugo, It was a pleasant surprise to read an article by a fellow countryman here, and an excellent article, a very well articulated analysis of the various points raised. After the initial deluge of propaganda and censorship in February/March 2022, alternative voices to the pseudo reality they want to impose on us have managed to assert themselves and this article is an excellent contribution. I just disagree – and I think the article suffers from this – with the analysis in relation to the vaccine, Van der Lies’ corruption does not imply that the vaccine is bad, and what is known about it does not justify the attack on it that you do. But that’s another 500 and the article is very good. I look forward to reading more of your articles in the future.
Obrigado pelas palavras de apoio. Caso pretendas acompanhar o que faço em Português tens os seguintes endereços:
Também tenho um blogue com o mesmo nome, mas por respeito aqui ao Saker, que faz um trabalho fantástico, não vou colocar a aqui a morada.
Quanto às vacinas, o meu problema não é tanto com a eficácia das vacinas (embora aí suspeite que nem toda a informação está a ser veículada). O meu problema é com o processo de contratação e toda a obscuridade com que foi conduzido, o que é típico da Ursula. Se vires a passagem dela pelos governso da Merkel, verás que é uma corrupta empedrenida.