This is exactly what the regime fears most panically.
The situation will not turn back. The situation will be exacerbated by the inadequate actions of the crazy, blue-fingered dictator.
If at the moment there are people who think that they will sit it out and not get hurt, they will soon realize that this is not the case.
It is obvious that the regime is panic-stricken about sanctions, because no normal investor would want to put money in a country under sanctions. Contracts are being terminated, those that are not are not being terminated are expiring, and few people are entering into new ones. Everything is heading toward complete isolation.
For the regime to function to its fullest, it needs funds that are coming to an end, and so it is squeezing funds out of everything. The economic situation will worsen. Eventually, the strike will happen on its own, because a lot of enterprises will stop functioning.
But it will all come to an end anyway, and there are plenty of scenarios, but how it ends is up to us. If you constantly tighten the screws, the screws will surely come off, and if you add the economic situation to all that, it will come off 100%.
The sooner all this ends, the better for everyone, and everyone must realize this as soon as possible.
Everyone should figure out what he is ready for and act to the best of his ability.
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