Rome, Italy. It is obvious that Federica Mogherini is not a student of history. Unaware that Russia’s historical destiny has never lay in what the west thought or called her, but always aware of what a greedy western mouth has to say in insulting Russia and her people.
“The Russian Federation can hardly be called a superpower today due to its economic situation,” as stated by the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, at the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa in Jordan.
Frustrated by the fact sanctions have not brought Russia to it’s knees, Mogherini has now resorted to cheap insults and low road remarks to accomplish damage her sanctions could not. Of course it could also be the late night lack of sleep over millions of refugees flooding Europe and slowly destroying centuries of civilization in a few short years.
“If we look at the state of the Russian economy today, it can hardly be called a superpower,” Mogherini said. She also added that today the GDP per capita in Russia is lower than in most of the individual countries of the European Union. Between the two powers of EU and Russia, “one is worthless.”
Of course she does not explain why it should be greater. Russia has a population of 144 million people, the European Union has a population of 743 million people, but does not possesss the largest nation on earth, or its resources. The EU and its power hungry whores like Mogherini seek the destabalization and dismemberment of Russia for living room or “lebensraum” as Germans once called it.
“Russia invests a lot when it comes to defense and military measures, but not when it comes to economic power,” Mogherini added, as if the value of a people is in its money, not in the people themselves.
Those who judge nations by material worth make a dangerous assumption that those nations share their values. The conflicts of today are rooted in this divide between West and East, where the Mogherinis of the West try to judge the value of others based upon monetary worth. The West chooses to judge a life based upon paper accumulated in a bank vault, rather that the character or content of a life lived.