July 28, 2022

WORLD: President of the European Commission Asked Member States To Give Her Extraordinary Powers To Impose A Mandatory 15% Gas Rationing In EU Countries. EU Agrees To Ration This Winter.

ALL PREMEDITATED. Great Reset bullshit. (emphasis mine)

Guardian News published July 26, 2022: EU to ration gas this winter in case Russia cuts supply: 'We will share the pain'. Governments in the European Union have agreed to ration natural gas this winter in order to protect themselves against further supply cuts made by Russia.
These sadistic people at the EU will NOT BE SHARING THE PAIN they are deliberately inflicting on Europeans. Their energy consumption will not be cut at all. (emphasis mine)

CBS News published July 27, 2022: European Union agrees to ration natural gas this winter. The European Union has agreed to ration its natural gas this winter in order to protect member countries against further supply cuts by Russia. Tanya Rivero has more. Then, John Quelch, the dean of Miami Herbert Business School at the University of Miami, joins John Dickerson on CBS News to discuss how this will impact Russia's economy.
Remember they sanctioned the shit out of Russia. Now they're pissed off Russia is saying f**k you back. The news anchor asked, "Do you think this will hurt Russia?" What the hell kind of stupid question is that? Europeans will suffer a cold winter because of the deliberate choices their totalitarian rulers at the EU made to push them into the Great Reset Green Totalitarian Pyscho Utopia. (emphasis mine)
CBS News
written by Associated Press
Tuesday July 26, 2022

European Union governments agreed Tuesday to ration natural gas this winter to protect themselves against any further supply cuts by Russia as Moscow pursues its invasion of Ukraine.

EU energy ministers approved a draft European law meant to lower demand for gas by 15% from August through March. The new legislation entails voluntary national steps to reduce gas consumption and, if they yield insufficient savings, a trigger for mandatory moves in the 27-member bloc.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen welcomed the move, saying that the "the EU has taken a decisive step to face down the threat of a full gas disruption by [Russian President Vladimir] Putin."

On Monday, Russian energy giant Gazprom said it would limit supplies to the EU through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline to 20% of capacity, heightening concerns that Russian President Vladimir Putin will use gas trade to challenge the bloc's opposition to the war in Ukraine.

"The winter is coming and we don't know how cold it will be," said Czech Industry Minister Jozef Sikela, whose policy portfolio includes energy. "But what we know for sure is that Putin will continue to play his dirty games in misusing and blackmailing by gas supplies."

Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February and the West protested with economic sanctions, 12 EU countries have faced halts to, or reductions in, Russian gas deliveries.

Although it has agreed to embargo oil and coal from Russia starting later this year, the EU has refrained from imposing sanctions on Russian natural gas because Germany, Italy and some other member states rely heavily on these imports.

The disruptions in Russian energy trade with the EU are stoking inflation that is already at record levels in Europe and threatening to trigger a recession in the bloc just as it was recovering from a pandemic-induced slump.

The energy squeeze is also reviving decades-old political challenges for Europe about policy coordination. While the EU has gained centralized authority over monetary, trade, antitrust and farm policies, national sovereignty over energy matters still largely prevails.


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