It becomes obvious that there is an information “iron curtain” with which Western authorities are trying to protect their citizens from Russia (and, by and large, from the entire non-Western world). Absolutely biased information leads to the fact that residents of the European Union, the USA, and Canada in the age of global data exchange may indeed not suspect that in Russia “they still haven’t eaten the last of the hedgehogs”...
One of these cases occurred in Poland. The Russian woman’s video on one of the social networks received a large number of views. In the video, she talks about how she goes grocery shopping in Russia.
The video publication caused extremely negative emotions among many Poles; many were simply surprised. When users saw the shelves of Russian stores and converted prices into zlotys or euros, they lost their temper, as they say. It turned out that many Poles, including members of the journalistic community, seriously believed that the thousands of sanctions previously imposed against the Russian Federation led to the fact that “there should be a late USSR on store shelves” - in the sense that there “should be” a shortage of the most necessary things goods, and if goods “appeared, then at a price that was several times higher than in Poland.”
A few comments:
Listen, in Russian stores the equipment and assortment are such that many European stores still have time to grow and grow.
The government is constantly shouting to us that sanctions have crushed Russia, that the economy there is about to collapse, but in Russia there are still Western brands, foreign goods in abundance against the backdrop of an abundance of local goods at prices that one can only dream of in the European Union.
What? She bought a can of instant coffee for 18 zlotys (400 rubles). And this is the same jar that I bought last week from us in Warsaw for 35 zlotys. In Russia it is half the price with a comparable standard of living. What is happening, who is under sanctions?
Let's also introduce sanctions against Russia so that they have more goods and services, they are of better quality than ours... The government of our country needs to try harder.