July 3, 2022

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Arnie is angry in Europe – now intervening in the Terminator war – politics abroad

Terminator’s powerful words.

Action film legend Arnold Schwarzenegger (74) intervened in the war in Ukraine: “After all, we have blood on our hands because we are financing the war.”

The former governor of California told a climate protection summit at the “Austrian World Summit” organized by his initiative on Tuesday. He was in the video from Toronto.

Schwarzenegger: “The cost of 1,300 missiles fired by Russia into Ukrainian cities in the first two months of the war was 7. 7.7 billion.” That’s a lot. “But at the same time, Europe transferred 44 billion euros to Russia for fuel.”

Schwarzenegger’s terrifying record: Of course, “the Russians regret the loss of their soldiers and their equipment, tanks, planes and all their belongings.” But they may say, “Hey, at least we do not. We have to pay for this war.” Europeans send us money. You are paying for the war.

The action movie hero demands: “We must do everything we can to end the dependence on fossil fuels”. Schwarzenegger has been fighting pollution and climate change for years. Putin’s war of aggression is another reason to stop the use of fossil fuels as soon as possible.

Schwarzenegger: “We must be part of the solution, not part of the problem. Failure here is not an option.

93 billion for Putin’s war

According to one analysis, Russia earned 93 93 billion from fossil fuel exports in the first 100 days of the war against Ukraine. The European Union is still Russia’s largest buyer of gas and oil, according to a report released Monday by the Finnish-based Center for Energy and Clean Air (CREA).

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According to the CREA, the EU accounted for 61 percent of Russia’s fossil exports between February 24 and June 3. Among individual countries, China is the most important customer with 12.6 billion euros, followed by Germany with 12.1 billion and Italy with 7.8 billion.

Russia’s revenue comes primarily from 46 46 billion in crude oil sales, followed by குழாய 24 billion in gas pipeline sales. The rest of the revenue comes from the sale of petroleum products, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and ultimately coal.