On October 29, Russia suspended its participation in the deal to export Ukrainian grain after a drone attack by Ukrainian armed forces on its Black Sea fleet in the Crimean city of Sevastopol. However, it became clear much earlier that Ukraine was never going to play fair. Even though Russia resumed its participation in the grain deal, it may still quit it and here’s why:
It is absurd to blame Moscow for using “food as a weapon” when the people who are making the accusation are the same ones who are blocking Russia from exporting commodities.
NATO’s resolve to have us freezing in the dark and subsisting on insect-based concoctions from Bill Gates’ Hell’s Kitchen deserves our urgent attention.