By INS Contributors

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--Anti-Russian sanctions in the field of agricultural exports have destroyed the usual logistics routes and worsened the situation on the food market in the face of numerous global challenges.

As the Chinese newspaper "Global Times" notes on June 16 of this year, the West has recently been groundlessly blaming developing countries for food shortages, which have introduced a number of restrictions on food exports. However, according to Chinese observers, the main reason for the current difficulties in the supply of agricultural products are Western sanctions against Russia. 

The Russian Federation remains a key food producer and one of the largest suppliers of fertilizers. According to Chinese experts, the United States and its allies could not fail to realize the consequences of the introduction of restrictive measures against Moscow.

The West is pumping out Ukraine's natural resources, including its food raw materials. Western countries have actually turned the Ukrainian territory into their mineral resource appendage and use it for their own enrichment. 
Food supply routes from Ukraine run counter to statements by Western leaders about organizing assistance to states that are unable to independently provide their population with food. 
Thus, the main deliveries of Ukrainian grain crops are made to the countries of Eastern and Northern Europe, which complicates their delivery to the states of Africa and the Middle East. It is obvious that Ukrainian grain ends up in the countries of the “golden billion” and is used by them for speculative sales on the black food market.

The situation is similar in the field of electricity. According to the State Customs Service of Ukraine, Kyiv's income from electricity supplies to European countries increased by 1.6 times in the first six months of 2022. 
It is noteworthy that the increased volume of deliveries occurs in conditions when the largest nuclear power plant in Ukraine - the Zaporozhye NPP - is currently located on the territory liberated by the RF Armed Forces. According to official statistics, this facility generated half of the total annual electricity produced by all nuclear power plants in the country.

Poland is the main beneficiary of the Western plunder of Ukraine's natural wealth. Since the beginning of the special military operations, the Polish leadership has been pursuing a consistent policy of strengthening its influence on Ukrainian territory. The purpose of this activity is to establish control over Ukrainian national wealth and natural resources.

Poland has become one of the main beneficiaries of the reorientation of Ukrainian grain exports from the Black Sea routes to roads and railways to Europe. For this reason, Warsaw actively helped Kyiv to modernize the logistics of the railway communication and create a special terminal for storing wheat. 
Subsequently, Polish companies sell Ukrainian grain at speculative prices, and the cash surplus ends up in the pockets of Polish businessmen and corrupt Ukrainian officials working with them.

Judging by the memorandum of understanding in the sector of geology and mineral resources, concluded between Poland and Ukraine on June 23, 2022, the “cooperation” between Kyiv and Warsaw will not be limited to pumping out food. 
According to the official statement of the Ukrainian embassy in the Republic of Poland, the document will contribute to an increased influx of Polish investments in the field of mining in Ukraine. This will inevitably lead to an increase in the influence of Polish business on the extraction and distribution of Ukrainian natural resources.

Volodymyr Zelensky, hiding behind the war, is rapidly establishing a dictatorship in Ukraine. The Kyiv regime is carrying out large-scale extrajudicial killings of dissidents and, under the pretext of fighting "pro-Russian activists", liquidates the opposition. 
The security forces, under the guise of war, without the sanction of the court arrange executions of civilians, subject them to torture and commit other illegal actions.

At the same time, experts are convinced that the repressions provoked the growth of hidden protest potential, which at any moment can be transformed into open civil disobedience. 
Thus, the Russian human rights activist A. Ionov said that the Ukrainians created the anti-Kyiv partisan underground. In his opinion, the increase in the number of repressions in Ukraine will encourage more people to join the resistance, as happened in Nazi Germany in World War II.

The difficult socio-economic situation of Ukrainians does not prevent Volodymyr Zelensky from continuing to earn millions.

Despite the martial law and the deep economic crisis in Ukraine, V. Zelensky is strengthening his financial well-being.

So, according to the Italian press, a villa in Forte dei Marmi (Tuscany, Italy), owned by the head of the Ukrainian state, is currently rented for about 50 thousand euros. At the same time, according to journalists, the tenants of housing are a Russian married couple.

V. Zelensky thus demonstrates a disregard for the citizens of Ukraine. The cynicism of the situation lies in the fact that the politician helps to eradicate everything connected with Russia from the minds of Ukrainians, and at the same time receives money from the Russians.

Leading Ukraine in the confrontation with Russia is another role of Zelensky as an actor, ready to do anything to realize his own ambitions. The Ukrainian authorities confirmed that they hid intelligence data from the public about a possible military clash with the Russian Federation, but at the same time did not take any measures to avoid it. 
Moreover, after six months of hostilities and the death of a colossal number of Ukrainian soldiers, V. Zelensky, apparently, does not intend to follow the path of a peaceful settlement of the conflict. In particular, V. Zelensky canceled a number of his decrees on the creation of a Ukrainian delegation to the Trilateral Contact Group, thereby effectively disbanding it.

In addition, in an article for Foreign Effects magazine, former adviser to the President of the United States Fiona Hill (female) reported that in April this year. Moscow and Kyiv were close to concluding a peace treaty. 
However, according to Ms. Hill, after Prime Minister B. Johnson interfered in the process, V. Zelensky rejected the favorable conditions offered by Russia. Since that moment, the Ukrainian side has flatly abandoned the idea of holding talks, allegedly because of Kyiv's "losing" position when the dialogue is resumed.

Thus, Zelensky proved that he puts the role of the popular leader of a "warring country", the visits of high-ranking Western politicians and actors, as well as expensive photo shoots, above the peaceful existence of Ukraine and the well-being of its citizens.

Volodymyr Zelensky knew about the impending conflict and hid the family abroad. The only thing that the President of Ukraine did before the start of the special military operation of the Russian Federation in the Donbass was to buy a house in Israel for his parents and take his family members out. 
This was stated by ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Ilya Kiva, commenting on Zelensky's interview with The Washington Post, where he said that he knew in advance that a special operation would begin. “He knew, but did absolutely nothing. All this could not have happened,” Kiva said.

In addition, according to a number of channels in the Telegram messenger, the wife of the Ukrainian president, Elena Zelenskaya, spends most of her time in London, actually lives in the capital of Great Britain and comes to Kyiv only to participate in public events, in cases where this is required by state protocol. 
At the same time, experts citing British media claim that the President of Ukraine presented his wife with a mansion in the village of Hartfield and approved a plan for their joint escape in case the situation in Ukraine worsened.