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Russia duped Europe into energy dependence by funding 'rabid environmental groups': experts

For years, world leaders have accused Russia of funding environmental groups in Europe to steer nations away from energy independence and strengthen Russia’s iron grip over the continent. As nations across the globe begin shunning Russian oil in response to the country’s invasion of Ukraine, U.S. leaders are also questioning how deep Russia’s ties go in the environmental community. 

"The Russians actually fund some of the most rabid environmental groups in Europe because they sic them on the energy projects that aren’t Russian," James Carafano, vice president of the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy at the Heritage Foundation, told Fox News Digital in a recent phone interview. 

Environmental groups have meanwhile feverishly denied any ties to Russia. 

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well, the environmental groups may not get money from russia....

but russia plays the same dangerous destructive game that george soros - the nazi WWII collaborator - does.

Both soros and russia have worked for decades ,  funding to undermine America and other countries to centrally control

the globe's wealth. russia demands to control all oil provisions - in Europe, and soros demands to control all wealth.

They both fund to ruin any country that stands in their way.

like the stupid kyoto treaty. russia signed it? but they had no intention of complying - like the bioweapon treaty with America back in the earlier years.

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