The West is to blame for the energy crisis and rapid inflation, writes the Wall Street Journal

The West is to blame for the energy crisis and rapid inflation, writes the Wall Street Journal. Decades of pushing the green agenda have weakened democracies and are strengthening the influence of autocracies. The two core problems facing the West today cannot be blamed on external forces. Neither the pandemic nor Putin and his February … Read more

In June, for the first time, the EU imported more gas from the USA than from Russia, the head of the IEA said — ČT24 — Czech Television

Russia’s recent steep cuts in natural gas flows to the EU mean this is the 1st month in history in which the EU has imported more gas via LNG from the US than via pipeline from Russia The drop in Russian supply calls for efforts to reduce EU demand to prepare for a tough winter … Read more

What ever it takes? The German government is ready to save Uniper

According to Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s words today, the German government is ready to save Uniper. This gas colossus from the country of our western neighbors is in serious financial trouble after Russian President Vladimir Putin cut it off from about 60 percent of contracted gas supplies in mid-June. Uniper’s shares fell by almost twelve percent … Read more

It is tightening in the Kherson region. The Ukrainian army is liberating villages, the target is a key city — ČT24 — Czech Television

With its strategic location at the mouth of the Dnieper, Kherson could be a gateway for the liberation of other territories in the south of Ukraine. How crucial and sensitive the issue is was indicated by the Ukrainian authorities’ recent insistence on an information embargo on social networks regarding the ongoing counter-offensive. “Even if you … Read more

Lithuania cut itself off from Russian energies. Because of bad relations, the country fears an invasion — ČT24 — Czech Television

Tankers transport liquefied gas to the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda, which changes to its original state in the terminals. The country already built an LNG terminal in 2014 and it helped it achieve independence from supplies from Russia. However, this move was not without criticism at the time of the decision. “There have been a … Read more

Netrebková is suing the Metropolitan Opera. He is asking for 350 thousand dollars – Music – Culture

While in Ukraine they are counting the dead in the war, the famous Russian soprano Anna Netrebková is counting the lost profits. He is now suing the Metropolitan Opera in New York for $350,000 in damages. It is supposed to be a replacement for the performances that were canceled when she, as a supporter of … Read more

Ivan David from the SPD lies about Kremenchuk, saying that there was a weapons warehouse there. This has already been refuted by the BBC

Event recap The attack on a shopping center in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk took place on Monday, June 27, 2022. According to the command of the Ukrainian Air Force, this action was carried out by a Russian Federation Air Force Tupolev Tu-22M bomber, which fired a Ch-22 cruise missile at the center. The … Read more

Communist China wants to solve its giant economic problem with the weapon of capitalism

You can also listen to the article in audio version. What you will read in the analysis However, China faces a huge domestic economic problem. If it does not resolve it, its relative strength will begin to decline and it may turn out that the “superiority” of China’s authoritarian capitalist model is only illusory. The … Read more

Don’t forget the mask! IMSS calls to use it to avoid more infections by covid-19

to break the chains of contagion and prevent diseases by covid-19, The Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) called on the population to reinforce basic prevention measures: correct use of a mask or face mask, frequent hand washing with soap and water, or 70 percent alcohol gel, keep a healthy distance from others. least 1.5 … Read more