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Putin says Western domination is coming to an end and the world is trying to ‘cancel’ Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said the sanctions against Russia were an attempt to “cancel” the country and that the “era of Western domination is coming to an end”.

Vladimir Putin said on March 16 that the West would not succeed in its attempt to achieve global dominance and isolate Russia.

On the 21st day of the war against Ukraine, Putin said that if the West thinks Russia will back down, it does not understand Russia, The Mirror reports.

He claimed that keeping Russia under control was a long-term policy of the West, and that its economic sanctions against Russia were short-sighted.

The Russian leader said Western countries wanted to kill every Russian family with sanctions, and accused them of engaging in a campaign against Russia.



Vladimir Putin
Vladimir Putin

Putin said the West had effectively declared Russia in default as part of its sanctions on the conflict in Ukraine, and that the conflict was only an excuse for the West to impose sanctions.

“The West doesn’t even bother to hide the fact that it aims to harm the entire Russian economy, every Russian,” he said.

Putin’s defiance comes when ordinary Russians panic and scramble for basic goods like Chinese.

In a Perekristok store north of the capital, shoppers scrapped for common items that were nearly exhausted due to Western restrictions.

Anna, a local resident who raised the noise, told Podom Media that people behaved aggressively as they were scared of empty shelves.

They fear a potentially serious economic crisis resulting from punitive sanctions, which have seen the ruble currency depreciate in value.

Anna said: “There were empty shelves – no salt, no sugar, no pasta, no buckwheat, and only expensive rice.

“People suddenly saw a car with sugar and ran towards it.

“They attacked this vehicle, pushing each other away aggressively.

“They were grabbing as much as they could for themselves, not leaving sugar for others.



Any Protest In Russia Is Met With Harsh Action And Arrest
Any protest in Russia is met with harsh action and arrest

“I wanted to share the horrors of it. We must remain human.”

It comes as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine comes to the end of its third week.

In that time, despite initial reports Moscow had planned a power offensive that would take it to the capital in a matter of days, the Kremlin’s forces ran into a number of issues and most of the cities were still under Ukrainian control. .

Instead of toppling the government of Volodymyr Zelensky, Putin finds his acolytes conversing with him.

This morning, Britain’s Defense Ministry issued an intelligence update on the ongoing invasion and Russia’s continuing conflict.

In a statement released on Twitter, he said: “The Russian military is struggling to meet the challenges facing the territory of Ukraine.

“They are largely tied to Ukraine’s road network and have demonstrated a reluctance to perform off-road maneuvers.

“The destruction of the bridges by Ukrainian forces also played an important role in halting Russia’s progress.

“Russia’s continued failure to regain control of the air has limited their ability to effectively use aerial maneuvers, further limiting their options.

“The tactics of the Ukrainian Armed Forces have taken advantage of Russia’s lack of maneuverability, frustrating the Russian advance and inflicting heavy losses on the invading forces.”

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