Unclear if EU will Lift Anti-Russian Sanctions

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 31, 2016



“Will the EU lift anti-Russian sanctions?” is a question like “will Britain leave the EU?” or “will Germany begin deporting migrants?” – it’s a stupid waste of time to even sit around thinking about, because the answer is obviously “no.”

Yeah, there are a lot of states within the EU who believe the anti-Russian sanctions are ridiculous and implemented only out of spite, while harming the European economy.

But right now we’ve got NATO and America threatening a war with Russia. And the EU is the same entity as NATO and the American establishment – it is a gigantic Jew cabal controlled by banksters, Soros and other high-level Jews tied into a global criminal network.


A number of EU states are reluctant to extend anti-Russian sanctions, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said, adding that the big question is whether the 28-nation bloc would decide to renew them after they expire in July.

“The sanctions are there to ensure a political solution,” Steinmeier told reporters on Tuesday. “I don’t know what the European Council will decide on Russia sanctions,” he noted, adding that the release of Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko from jail last week would hopefully “bring a new dynamic into the talks between Russia and Ukraine.”

Brussels must not relax sanctions on Russia until the so-called Minsk peace agreement is fully implemented, Poland’s Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymanski told Reuters on Tuesday, noting that this would allegedly weaken the bloc’s position in its relations with Moscow.

“The sanctions on Russia were imposed not because of Nadezhda Savchenko’s capture, but because of a much wider problem, linked to Russia’s aggression on Ukraine,” he added.

See. There is less dissent over the Russian sanctions in the EU than there is over the migrant crisis. Because Poland and the Baltics are cucked-out crybabies who think Russia is going to invade them at any moment.


And the dissenters can’t stop the migrants – no way in hell they’re going to stop these sanctions.

The EU and US sanctions against Russia were initially introduced in 2014 over Moscow’s alleged involvement in the conflict in eastern Ukraine, and the resulting reunification of Crimea with Russia.

The sanctions targeted Russia’s financial, energy and defense sectors, along with a number of government officials, businessmen and public figures. Moscow responded by imposing an embargo on agricultural produce, food and raw materials against countries that joined anti-Russian sanctions. Both sides have since repeatedly broadened and extended the sanctions.

A number of European policymakers and businesses have repeatedly stated that the sanctions have proven economically harmful and politically ineffective for all. According to the Russian embassy in London, for instance, the sanctions between Russia and the EU have nearly halved Russia-UK trade. “As for the total trade, last year it fell by almost 50 percent compared with 2014, and we estimate the loss at about $10 billion,” embassy spokesman Konstantin Shlikov told journalists on Wednesday.

Last week German media reported that the government is considering a plan to gradually ease the economic sanctions imposed on Russia by the EU, in return for Moscow’s cooperation in implementing certain parts of the Minsk accords. According to Der Spiegel magazine, the plan to loosen economic restrictions has been supported by the chancellery. “My attitude has always been such – sanctions are not an end in themselves,” German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told the magazine on Friday.

Yeah, we’ll see.

But again – stupid to even talk about.

NATO and the US are moving troops to the Baltics, clearly threatening an invasion of Russia, they’re putting missile launching system is Romania. No chance in hell while that’s going on they’re going to say “sure, have your economy back, we want the terms of this world war we’re planning to be fair.”

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