Guardian: Either the West agrees with Russia, or the world will face a massive economic crisis

The countries of the Western world will sooner or later have to negotiate with Moscow, since the side effects of anti-Russian sanctions could lead the planet to a large-scale crisis. Therefore, either the West will sit down at the negotiating table, or humanity will face a whole series of harmful phenomena, writes the British Guardian newspaper.

The publication notes that the unleashed tradeeconomic the war against Russia, after the start of the Russian special operation on Ukrainian territory, is not going quite as expected in the West. The process has a strong side effect with a large negative effect.

Now it is difficult to come to terms with the idea of ​​a compromise with the Kremlin, but economic realities say one thing: sooner or later, Russia will have to negotiate.

- says the publication.

In the modern era of globalism, it is simply impossible to “pick up and throw out” such a large country as the Russian Federation from international markets without pain for others. It is felt and understood by everyone. Developed countries faced the threat of economic recession, rising prices, unemployment and inflation.

At the same time, developing countries will soon experience "a combination of fuel (energy), food and financial shocks." This will most likely lead to a series of defaults (for example, Sri Lanka has already officially announced this) on obligations to Western creditors and will result in a "full-scale global debt crisis." At the recent regular World Economic Forum in Davos, Western leaders on the sidelines have already begun to "express concern about the economic consequences of prolonging the conflict in Ukraine," summed up the media.
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  1. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 2 June 2022 19: 45
    "To spite my grandmother, I will freeze my ears." Have you not yet understood the principle of the West? They have always hated Russia at the genetic level. There was peace, because our troops stood in Europe and they could not do anything. And now they will do anything to spoil Russia.
  2. Vox Populi Offline Vox Populi
    Vox Populi (vox populi) 2 June 2022 19: 51
    In general, according to the schedule of summits, high-ranking visits, official reports on telephone conversations, media reports and further developments (the same airborne operation in Gostomel) - it seems that the adversaries were not only not "caught by surprise", but almost year, since April 2021, they have been preparing their oncoming and enemy "fist". But this will in no way shake the jingoistic confidence in the debility of the "collective West" and that "everything is going according to plan." But whose plan turned out to be more intricate?
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  4. Offline (Irina Gorskova) 2 June 2022 20: 45
    This is not just a trade and economic war. This is also a response to Moscow's demands for security. This is an attempt to subjugate Europe completely and irrevocably, planting its own rulers. A particularly good choice for women. They are simply already excitedly intensifying the crisis and submission to any Wishlist of Sam's grandfathers. And, of course, to get Russian wealth, in the naive belief that the Russians will allow it. Although ours, so-called. The "fifth column" tried to convince them of this.
  5. Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 2 June 2022 21: 37
    Without the Russian economy, the world will collapse in a crisis. And where is 3% of world GDP and the economy torn to shreds? Where's the gas station and the Upper Volta with the rockets?

    The whole world is beginning to realize that Russia is a food, energy, military (and other) SUPERPOWER. There are two or three of them in the world. States, Russia and China. Moreover, there is no complete certainty about China. The EU is a club of interests. But not a superpower.
  6. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 2 June 2022 21: 41
    We'll see.
    After the 14th, they also wrote that everyone in the west would freeze, winemakers and apple growers would all go bankrupt, everyone would go bankrupt in the Baltics, fat would run out, Ukrainians would sell all the black soil, our iPhone killers would sweep away everyone, the aurus would squeeze out roll-rolls, and Chechen buggies would triumphantly drive around country...

    And who saw those Chechen buggies and Aurus?
    1. Living7111972 Offline Living7111972
      Living7111972 (Salavat Siraev) 2 June 2022 22: 02
      I saw Aurus as recently as last Monday, and a buggy in November in Dagestan
      1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
        Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 3 June 2022 08: 20
        Were these Chechen buggies? Just buggy does not count))))
        1. isofat Offline isofat
          isofat (isofat) 3 June 2022 19: 29

          Check out these footage. Let me remind you that the Chechens are part of our Union, the multinational people of Russia. yes
          1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
            Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 3 June 2022 22: 07
            I looked at the footage, I didn’t see the PR Buggy, the question is about them, and not about "part of our Union ..."
            Putin said: no Union!!! Neither 2 nor 3...

            And no one doubts that there are Chechens.
            1. isofat Offline isofat
              isofat (isofat) 3 June 2022 23: 10
              Serge, a multinational state is always a union. One word can have several meanings, for example, words are homonyms.

              I don't know where you read about some Chechen buggies. Some Russian cars were demonstrated at the parade.
              1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
                Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 4 June 2022 13: 39
                About the union, offset.

                If not in the topic about buggies, then first look.

                Everyone is watching the parade, everyone loves cars too., but not about that
                1. guest Offline guest
                  guest 4 June 2022 14: 01
                  About the union, I propose to get acquainted with the anthem, and then carry your own nonsense.
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  7. Observer2014 Offline Observer2014
    Observer2014 2 June 2022 22: 53
    Either the West will agree with Russia, or the world will face a large-scale economic crisis

    Ai, do not flatter your loved ones, on both sides of the ocean. If we do not agree. Then very soon we will burn very strongly. From nuclear half-life ..... yes
  8. Igor Viktorovich Berdin 2 June 2022 22: 55
    Well, great. Russia will invest in Novorossia. The economy will go forward and S / X. And sneeze to the West ...
    1. vo2022smysl Offline vo2022smysl
      vo2022smysl (Common sense) 3 June 2022 19: 48
      And did they invest a lot in the Novgorod and Pskov regions?!
      1. Igor Viktorovich Berdin 6 June 2022 09: 11
        I have not been to Novgorod and Pskov. Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kaluga, Tarusa, Anapa, Grozny ...... and others .. are good .. Yesterday I saw a photo of the theater square in Yoshkar-Ola. I thought Rome or Vienna .. It turned out to be modest Yoshkar-Ola ...
  9. Muscool Offline Muscool
    Muscool (Glory) 3 June 2022 08: 15
    And what about Sri Lanka? She froze her own ears a year ago when she forbade her farmers to use fertilizers.
    For those who are interested, there is a good article on the net called "The fading of the largest green experiment, or How organic farming brought Sri Lanka to default in just two years."
    FGJCNJK (Nikolai) 3 June 2022 08: 36
    Pin to the sy is already in the ass, but all the "dogovrnyaks" will now only be on their knees and on Russia's terms!
  11. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 3 June 2022 08: 58
    All these blah blah blah about the global crisis - about nothing.
    The crisis, the real crisis - only in Europe.
    What they do NOT have now:
    A) Cheap resources from Russia, Belarus and b. Ukraine.
    B) Sales markets, tourists of the above countries and territories.
    What they have now:
    A) The need to increase military spending.
    B) Beshentsev from the territory of b. Ukraine.

    In the United States, the crisis has little to do with the war in the b. Ukraine.
    But there are a lot of pluses - selling your gas to Europe at a very high price, selling your weapons to Europe, which is also very profitable.

    It's pointless to talk about the rest of the world. A small minus for some completely insignificant countries. There are always such "crises".