If one takes time to understand the European culture, one realizes that words uttered from the hip are long remembered when reviewing one's actions and no doubt these words are thought of:
Victoria Nuland in her infamous conversation with ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt in preparation for the coup d’etat in Kiev pronounced her immortal: “Fuck the EU!”
And F You Washington we all hate you slimeballs!
The bloody destabilization of Ukraine was a means to an end: Keep Europe under control. But it’s not working.
One can also be sure that other countries watch as well and ponder their stance. After all the G77 are aligned against the US. With each passing week we are seeing more and more countries either utter the need to remove their reliance on the USD or actually bypass the USD as Korea did, so one must ask what does it take to see the shifting sands of time. America is dying!
US Blackmailed France using the Banque Nationale de Paris as Hostage
By Umberto Pascali
2 July 2014
On July 1st, during a meeting with all Russian ambassadors and permanent representatives, President Vladimir Putin revealed the details of a blatant blackmail against France. The US Administration used its unilateral (and de facto illegal) sanctions against Cuba, Iran and Sudan to punish France and in particular the Banque Nationale de Paris – Paribas. The Bank was blackmailed in to paying $8.97 billion for not submitting to the malicious diktat of the power-drunk but weakening hegemon, even though the sanctions are not a decision agreed to by France.
In a development that has a direct impact on national sovereignty, Senior BNP executive Dominique Remy resigned in mid-May after New York state banking regulator Benjamin Lawsky (read Wall Street) named him as one of the 12 officials who should step down due to their roles in the “scandal”.
Putin revealed publicly something even worse. The case against France’s BNP was set up by Washington in order to blackmail France and force the country to refuse the delivery to Russia of two French-produced Mistral-class helicopter carriers for $1.6billion.
France and Russia, however, did not back down on the Mistral deal: at this very moment 400 Russian sailors are receiving training on the first Mistral in a French port.