G7 countries condemned Russia’s food war with Ukraine this week.
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said Russia was waging a ‘food war’ by causing millions of tons of grain to go to waste.
Victoria Nuland was at the meeting. The Obama and now Brandon official is famous for admitting to dangerous US-funded biological laboratories in Ukraine.
The EU blocked Russia from trading its agricultural products earlier this year.
Starvation News reported:
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock is now blaming Russia for causing “brutal hunger” even though her country was the one that blocked Russia from trading agricultural products in the first place. Baerbock made these absurd comments at a recent G7 meeting with Canada, France, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.
As part of their original sanctions, Germany voted to block Russia from exporting food and grain, but now Germans and other Europeans are seeing skyrocketing prices and food shortages as a result. Instead of recognizing the failure of these sanctions, Germany’s Foreign Minister, Annalena Baerbock, has decided to blame Russia for causing a “brutal hunger” that has swept Europe.
German leaders are now blaming Russia’s military campaign for the shortages their countries now face. “Russia made a conscious decision to turn the war against Ukraine into a ‘grain war,” the German minister claimed at the G7 meeting. “We must not be naïve about this,” she insisted. “It’s not collateral damage, it’s a perfectly deliberate instrument in a hybrid war that is currently being waged.”
Baerbock is actually describing a hybrid economic, banking and food war that the West is waging against, not only Russia, but also their own citizens and the people of the world.
After all, it was Baerbock’s country that voted for wartime economic sanctions against Russia. These sanctions sought to prevent Russia from selling grain exports in euros and dollars. Now Baerbock is blaming Russia for weaponizing the situation into a “grain war” — absurdly claiming that Russia is responsible for food shortages throughout Europe.