Romania, just like the other European countries, will suffer terribly because of the gas price and Russia's decision to partially halt gas supplies to Europe, but this is only the fault of the European leaders, who punished Moscow for the invasion of Ukraine. The false narrative ignores the fact that Russia needs the Europeans’ money, and the latter have taken steps to avoid a major energy crisis.
NEWS: “The European Commission is preparing for a new assault in the fight with energy prices. And that as a tacit recognition of the failed restrictive policies and Ceausescu-like messages, of the “reduce consumption” type. In the middle of the fight with climate neutrality, the officials in Brussels forgot that we have to go through winter, which can be our new Stalingrad or Gazingrad. At the beginning of the summer, more precisely on July 26, 2022, the EU energy ministers reached a political agreement on a 15% reduction in the natural gas demand for this winter. Said and not done […] The increase in prices on the energy exchanges started this time last year.
Let's not forget that the first cap in Romania was established in December 2021, when the Crimean War had not yet started. Today, the central line of the propaganda blare is set to “It’s Putin’s fault”. A return to the winters of early feudalism is being prepared [...] The well-known financial analyst Petrișor Peiu has shown that the sanctions have strengthened the ruble by 25% and that Moscow's state budget has accumulated an extra 160 billion USD by increasing oil and gas prices. The risk of protests in the civilized countries increased by 50%, between the second and the third quarter, according to the latest Verisk report, quoted by Reuters [...] The social unrest index also increased, especially in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands, according to the report published on Friday.
Romania is not among the first hundred countries with a high risk of uprising. One more argument in favor of my opinion, formulated in the years of the “fierce young and beautiful youth”, that the new Securitate took the young people to the streets [...] At the end of the week, the officials in Brussels will meet again to take it around the bush. A maximum price for gas and electricity would be discussed. But that would go against the free market. Gazprom has already announced that it does not accept the formula. Putin is preparing the Gazingrad (a term launched yesterday on the Gold FM show) and we are rubbing our fists in the great global warming. From the cretinism of European leaders, we are plunging into a black feudalism. Energy prices are going up because the market has gone crazy. Politicians no longer control anything. Big investors are also rubbing their hands, but in joyful anticipation.