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Germany laughs at Trump's Energy Warnings


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2022 Jul 17, 8:18am   1,669 views  21 comments

by AmericanKulak   ➕follow (7)   💰tip   ignore  

A blast from the past, complete with Fakten Cheka calling Trump's claims inaccurate.

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5   HeadSet   2022 Jul 18, 11:41pm  

AmericanKulak says

Germany hasn't been known for smart Geopolitical decisions since Bismarck's day.

And that was more Prussian than German.
6   AmericanKulak   2022 Jul 19, 4:46am  

HeadSet says

And that was more Prussian than German.

Yep. And the amazing Bismarck was let go because he refused to agree with the Kaiser about further expansion in Europe being feasible. Bismarck believed Germany was as large as it could get without risking losing a war.
7   mell   2022 Jul 19, 10:59am  

Germany has a long standing tradition of amazing accomplishments in science and craftsmanship and keeping a beautiful and beerful country running where pretty much everything works while having the shittiest fuckface politicians doing everything to derail their country. Germany's big weakness is its belief in career politicians, fostered by the agitprop public media channels controlled by said career politicians.
8   Bd6r   2022 Jul 19, 11:27am  

HunterTits says


mell says


Germany has a long standing tradition of amazing accomplishments in science and craftsmanship and keeping a beautiful and beerful country running where pretty much everything works...


Not for long. Their skilled workforce is mass retiring, there isn't enough in the new generations to replace them and their industrial inputs and markets for their outputs will both be drying up in a world where globalization is going down the fucking drain (mainly in the form of collapse of secure shipping as well as market access).


I think it is already over. When I travelled in Germany circa 2010, it was a really nice country, enjoyed visit/beer/scenery/people a lot. In 2018 it was already fucked up, trains not departing on time, trash all over larger cities, and diversity of the worst kind in train stations. If I would be a womyn or a smaller male, I'd be afraid. This June I flew through Munich and airport had turned to shithole, worse than in Warsaw or even Vilnius. Flights delayed/cancelled all over place, almost nowhere to eat, the only service was blaring on interterminal trains that boarding without masks is verboten.
9   mell   2022 Jul 19, 11:51am  

Bd6r says

HunterTits says



mell says



Germany has a long standing tradition of amazing accomplishments in science and craftsmanship and keeping a beautiful and beerful country running where pretty much everything works...


Not for long. Their skilled workforce is mass retiring, there isn't enough in the new generations to replace them and their industrial inputs and markets for their outputs will both be drying up in a world where globalization is going down the fucking drain (mainly in the form of collapse of secure shipping as well as market access).



I think it is already over. When I travelled in Germany circa 2010, it was a really nice country, enjoyed visit/beer/scenery/people a lot. In 2018 it was already fucked up, trains not departing on time, trash all over larger cities, a...


There are still plenty of nicer smaller or mid-size cities where everything works which are very beautiful, largely powered by local wealth which is looking out for their local environments as opposed to the US where people stop caring beyond their privately secured driveway. But yeah, most large cities governed by leftoids are - like in the US - mostly fucked by now.
10   stereotomy   2022 Jul 19, 11:57am  

Bd6r says

HunterTits says



mell says



Germany has a long standing tradition of amazing accomplishments in science and craftsmanship and keeping a beautiful and beerful country running where pretty much everything works...


Not for long. Their skilled workforce is mass retiring, there isn't enough in the new generations to replace them and their industrial inputs and markets for their outputs will both be drying up in a world where globalization is going down the fucking drain (mainly in the form of collapse of secure shipping as well as market access).



I think it is already over. When I travelled in Germany circa 2010, it was a really nice country, enjoyed visit/beer/scenery/people a lot. In 2018 it was already fucked up, trains not departing on time, trash all over larger cities, a...

I was in Germany in the early 90's. It's a fucking Goddamn shame what's happened to Europe, and this country, for that matter.

Good times make weak men
Weak men make bad times
Bad times make strong men
Strong men make good times

Thus the cycle continues . . .
11   Ceffer   2022 Jul 19, 12:21pm  

They're gong from their contemptuous Euro laughing to teeth chattering. Goose down futures are booming.
12   Eric Holder   2022 Jul 19, 12:32pm  

#stupidcunts
14   AmericanKulak   2022 Jul 19, 5:05pm  

German women used to be very free and easy going, up to the late 90s. Then they embraced third wave feminism and the girls are the worst example - perhaps only comparable to Swedish Girls - of the turn into suspicious, frigid women who secretly desire to be treated rough.
15   Booger   2022 Jul 31, 7:22am  

https://youtu.be/zsMx8Cn8pJY

Hitler is informed Europe may have to ration energy
16   Booger   2022 Sep 4, 7:58am  

Germans restart coal power plants, extending nuclear power licenses for plants slated to be closed in December, and possibly restarting shutdown nuclear plants. France to restart 32 nuclear reactors.
18   Eric Holder   2022 Nov 29, 3:32pm  

Wir stehen fest an der Seite der 🇺🇦. Aber wir müssen auch deutlich sagen: Das Festhalten an #Nordstream2 war als Antwort auf die Annexion der Krim aus heutiger Sicht der deutsche Beitrag zum Ausbruch des Krieges, so Bundesjustizminister @MarcoBuschmann bei #G7Justice. pic.twitter.com/LfiBTDouxT

— Bundesministerium der Justiz (@bmj_bund) November 29, 2022


We stand firmly by the side of the 🇺🇦. But we also have to say clearly: From today's perspective, sticking to #Nordstream2 as a response to the annexation of Crimea was Germany's contribution to the outbreak of war, according to Federal Minister of Justice @MarcoBuschmann at #G7Justice. pic.twitter.com/LfiBTDouxT

— Federal Ministry of Justice (@bmj_bund) November 29, 2022
19   stereotomy   2022 Nov 29, 3:41pm  

Eric Holder says



Wir stehen fest an der Seite der 🇺🇦. Aber wir müssen auch deutlich sagen: Das Festhalten an #Nordstream2 war als Antwort auf die Annexion der Krim aus heutiger Sicht der deutsche Beitrag zum Ausbruch des Krieges, so Bundesjustizminister MarcoBuschmann bei #G7Justice. pic.twitter.com/LfiBTDouxT

— Bundesministerium der Justiz (bmj_bund) November 29, 2022


We stand firmly by the side of the 🇺🇦. But we also have to say clearly: From today's perspective, sticking to #Nordstream2 as a response to the annexation of Crimea was Germany's contribution to the outbreak of war, according to Federal Minister of Justice MarcoBuschmann at #G7Justice. pic.twitter.com/LfiBTDouxT

— Federal Ministry of Justice (bmj_bund) November 29, 2022



The krauts have learned their lesson well. It is always about Deutscheshulden.
20   mell   2022 Nov 29, 3:45pm  

Eric Holder says



Wir stehen fest an der Seite der 🇺🇦. Aber wir müssen auch deutlich sagen: Das Festhalten an #Nordstream2 war als Antwort auf die Annexion der Krim aus heutiger Sicht der deutsche Beitrag zum Ausbruch des Krieges, so Bundesjustizminister MarcoBuschmann bei #G7Justice. pic.twitter.com/LfiBTDouxT

— Bundesministerium der Justiz (bmj_bund) November 29, 2022


We stand firmly by the side of the 🇺🇦. But we also have to say clearly: From today's perspective, sticking to #Nordstream2 as a response to the annexation of Crimea was Germany's contribution to the outbreak of war, according to Federal Minister of Justice MarcoBuschmann at #G7Justice. pic.twitter.com/LfiBTDouxT

— Federal Ministry of Justice (bmj_bund) November 29, 2022




They are all weasels and that is utter bs. Germany is free to do trade with whomever they want and they should do so, their problem was never Nordstream 2, it was gutting all their own perfectly safe and reliable nuclear reactors and coal plants. The only reason for the Ukraine/Russia war is 3 corrupt regimes, the US, Russia, and the Ukraine, deciding the hell with diplomacy, let's just fight yet another unnecessary war. Germany should neither support Ukraine nor Russia, just stay out of this bs, and focus on their own eoncomy and energy sources.
21   Hugh_Mongous   2022 Dec 8, 9:43am  

mell says


Germany is free to do trade with whomever they want and they should do so, their problem was never Nordstream 2, it was gutting all their own perfectly safe and reliable nuclear reactors and coal plants. The only reason for the Ukraine/Russia war is 3 corrupt regimes, the US, Russia, and the Ukraine, deciding the hell with diplomacy, let's just fight yet another unnecessary war.


Interesting: so the Germany is free to trade with whoever it chooses to and they should do so, but the completely valid reason for the war is that Ukraine should not be free to associate with whoever it wants to - EU, NATO, Interstellar Federation, Galactic Empire - but needs a permission from the Russia because, because.... JUST BECAUSE... and the US is "guilty of war" which the Russia has launched because it actually follows (albeit feebly) the agreement to assure Ukraine's (and Kazakhstan's and Belarus', btw) "independence and sovereignty in the existing borders" it signed along with the Russia in exchange for Ukraine surrendering the world's 3rd nuclear arsenal and shitload of strategic delivery vehicles (some of which are being used now to bomb their civilian population).

Ah, the principles, the consistency!

PS. What is so special about Russia that completely fries the brains of some "conservatives"?

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