1. Nah… besides China, the other largest populated nation comes out: From Financial Times

      India studies ‘rupee-rouble’ exchange scheme to beat Russia sanctions
      Mechanism risks provoking angry response from the US and its allies, analysts warn

    2. @R Torres i don’t know if you can ever cope away the idea that cutting yourself off from the richest nations on earth with a well developed middle class of consumers is ever a smart idea

  1. only thing that really matters – Matthew 24 KJV ”6 And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. 7 For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. 8 All these are the beginning of sorrows.”

    1. How’s it feel to be miserable? You guys said this for Y2K, 2012, Obama, 2020, covid, the asteroid that was going to hit us, and so on

  2. Moderna’s CEO cashed out stock options through the 10b5-1 plan which allows executives to sell a predetermined number of shares at regular intervals to avoid the possibility of insider trading.
    Total of 4.8 mil

  3. The US needs to extract and refine oil as does Canada. Get the pipelines built and running. It’s time North America became self-sufficient.

    1. @James Guy Photography Why do think gas prices have doubled since Biden took office? Corporate greed? Like the fake news is telling you? Stock prices went up ? Does the stock market price affect the our pump price ? Or is a matter of supply and deman ? Demand is the same but supply isnt because he taxed and regulated the US market to death , but your empty little head wouldn’t get that.

    2. @Christina Law
      No, we are already using solar and wind but they can not operate without traditional energy.
      Advancements will be made, but to mandate change before it’s practical will end badly. Look at what happened in Texas when a winter storm shutdown the “green energy”.

    3. 8% of all U.S. Fossil Fuel imports came from Russia. Which we are no longer buying. over 50% comes from Canada.

  4. There are friendly countries that have oil for sale, you don’t have to deal with dictators and countries bent on war.

    1. Break the Russian economy with NOT buying their gas/oil, and you’ll see the country shift away from Putin, to a more friendly President. Russia’s young have gotten use to their freedoms; so let’s hope it is contagenous and they see a democracy ahead. Repeat Ukraine’s history into Russia. That would be KAMA

    2. We don’t need to rely on other countries for oil, we have our own. The fool in office shut it down. Wake up.

  5. Failed examples of communist and socialist
    economic policy in the world.
    1. The Soviet Union, due to bad economic
    policies divided into 16 pieces.
    2-After the death of Mao, in 1975 China
    adopted privatization policy.
    3- After Nehru’s socialism failed,
    India adopted a privatization policy in 1990.
    4- In Nepal communists and socialists
    are complete failure too.k

  6. The world community needs to quickly transition to green energy sources to blunt the ‘oil weapon’. Just say ‘no’ to wars fought over resources. There are too reasons for conflict as it is.

    1. @Shawn Mendenall no actually I’m not. If all coal fired power plants were switched to natural gas we could reduce Global emissions by 50%. We could make all kinds of money to invest in new technologies also. Actual green tech like nuclear. Not the current stuff that requires massive mining of precious metals and minerals and uses water at an absolutely astonishing rate. Look up what’s needed for lithium mining. Nuclear is the real answer, but too many people are needlessly afraid. Pretending that solar panels and windmills are the answer is just naive.

    2. You do know Russia is #1 producer of nickel? Where you gonna power Nic Cad battiries? For your green car that needs fossil fuel electric? Kinda far off.

    3. there is no way to wave a magic wand and “quickly” transition to “green” energy. we should be drilling all the oil we can, which by the way is just naturally stored solar energy itself.

    4. @Dennis Carver South America and Africa can be used for supply instead. Way better metals resources there.

  7. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

  8. Moral of the story: We need their oil so that a gallon wouldn’t cost us 10$.As it is the price is rocketing.

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