Russia has barred 39 British citizens from entering the country, including former Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour Party leader Keir Starmer and Piers Morgan.
The Russian foreign ministry stated: “The choice in favour of confrontation is the conscious decision of the British political establishment, which bears all responsibility for the consequences.”
The most disturbing aspect of Britain’s (and more broadly the West) escalation with Russia is the West’s unpreparedness due to its distraction by the silly woke agenda, amid global crises including nuclear threats, threats to the rule of law via out-of-control illegal migration, and diminishing food and energy supplies.
As Russia expands its blacklist and threats, which it has every intention of doing, its allies China and Iran cheer it on. The diminishing of America and more broadly the globalist West sends the message to Islamic and Communist regimes and groups that they have windows of opportunity in pursuit of their expansion agendas. Even Hamas chief Isma’il Haniya declared recently that since US influence is shrinking, Hamas must build alliances with Russia and China.
“Russia blacklists 39 UK citizens, including ex-PM David Cameron for ‘demonising’ it on international stage,” by Moohita Kaur Garg, WION News, August 1, 2022:
Tensions between Russia and the West are rising as the six-month mark of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine approaches without any signs that Moscow will back down. On Monday, Russia announced that it had placed 39 British citizens on a “blacklist,” and has barred them from entering the country. Reportedly the list includes former prime minister David Cameron and Labour Party leader Keir Starmer. Following President Vladimir Putin’s deployment of troops to Ukraine on February 24, London has been one of Kyiv’s loudest allies.
The Russian Foreign Ministry has accused the listed United Kingdom citizens, officials, business people and journalists of contributing to “the hostile course of London aimed at the demonisation of our country and its international isolation” according to the foreign ministry of Russia.
As per Reuters in its statement, the Russian Foreign Ministry said that this list will be further expanded.
“Given London’s destructive drive to spin the sanctions flywheel on far-fetched and absurd pretexts, work on expanding the Russian stop-list will continue.”
The ministry further said, “The choice in favour of confrontation is the conscious decision of the British political establishment, which bears all responsibility for the consequences.”….