Democrats are using black faces to bully Africa! US threatens Africa with sanctions if it buys anything except grain and fertilizer from Russia


In recent months there have been a number of incidents that reflect Africa’s growing confidence in rejecting US diktats, and its likely that this threat will only catalyze their pivot to the East… In order to slow this trend, US Democrats are now using black faces to bully Africa!

The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, in Accra, Ghana, on Friday. Credit...Misper Apawu
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, in Accra, Ghana, on Friday. Credit: Misper Apawu

The US ambassador to the UN, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, warned African countries last week not to purchase anything from Russia besides grain and fertilizer, or else they could face sanctions.

Thomas-Greenfield said during a visit to Uganda that countries could buy “Russian agricultural products, including fertilizer and wheat” but added that “if a country decides to engage with Russia, where there are sanctions, then they are breaking those sanctions.”

“We caution countries not to break those sanctions because then … they stand the chance of having actions taken against them,” she added. Thomas-Greenfield said that purchasing Russian oil risks sanctions, even though many of the US’s European allies are still buying Russian crude before a ban takes effect at the end of the year.

Here another interesting video about what’s going on in Africa:

Many African nations, including Uganda, have not joined the US in condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and have rightly blamed Western sanctions, as well as the war, for raising food prices and exacerbating shortages.

Western sanctions technically have exemptions for agricultural products, but many shipping companies and banks have stopped doing business with Russia altogether out of caution. History has shown that sanctions cause shortages of humanitarian goods despite exemptions, but the Biden administration has acted surprised by the issue and has quietly encouraged more Russian fertilizer deals in a bid to ease food prices.

Thomas-Greenfield’s comments to Africa came ahead of a visit to the continent by Secretary of State Antony Blinken. The US has been vying for more influence in Africa as China and Russia are expanding ties with African nations. Thomas-Greenfield’s warning demonstrates the US approach of using force to get the results that it wants, which has been backfiring on Washington, and drawing countries closer to China and Russia. [Anti-War, NYT] has been banned from ad networks and is now entirely reader-supported CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT MY WORK… I will send you a small gemstone if you give more than 25$… Thanks in advance!

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  1. Africa was smart not to use the suicide vax shots. Don’t listen to our illegitimate government and fraudulently elected buffoons. We hate those shitheads too.

  2. just another attack to try and destroy the economy, if they don’t even look where they buy stuff from. why should the general public. all western countries who sent all mass production for a cheaper cost, is the downfall to all thats happened lately. you can’t accuse theft of information when you have handed it all to them. how stupid can people get, yeah lets hand over every single detail on how to make an advanced component.

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