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Europe is still addicted to Russian gas

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Try as it might, Europe just can’t dump Russia.

President Vladimir Putin was given a warm welcome in Vienna on Tuesday, the 50th anniversary of Austria becoming the first western country to import Soviet gas during the Cold War.

It’s a rare visit: The European Union imposed sanctions on Russia over Moscow’s actions in Ukraine in 2014, and has condemned its connection to the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in the United Kingdom.

“It is unusual for any European leader to receive President Putin for a state visit in the capital given the current tensions between Russia and Europe,” said Kristine Berzina, senior fellow at The German Marshall Fund of the United States.

But the hostility ends when it comes to energy, as European leaders are well aware that millions of homes would be without heating if Russia turns off the gas taps.

Imports from Russia are rising

The European Union imports 69% of its natural gas, according to the European Commission. The latest available data shows 37% of the imported gas comes from Russia, about 33% from Norway, and 11% from Algeria.

And while the European Union vowed to cut its dependency on Russian gas after the crisis in Ukraine, Russian exports to Europe have risen to record levels in the last two years.

Austrian imports of Russian gas nearly doubled in the first quarter of 2018, compared to last year.

“There are many reasons for this, namely the decline of production in the Netherlands, the fact that some [liquified natural gas] developments have been delayed, and also the fact that Russian gas is very competitive in terms of price,” said James Henderson, director of the Natural Gas Research Programme at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

“In reality, Russian gas is the best option,” he added.

Related: OPEC and Russia to pump more oil ‘in the near future’

A number of EU countries, particularly those closest to Russia, are still almost completely dependent on Moscow for their gas.

What’s more, much of Russia’s natural gas is pumped through Ukraine, a risky route given the conflict between the two countries.

Russia needs Europe, too

baumgarten austria natural gas
A gas hub in Baumgarten in Austria.

Russia has in the past used Ukraine’s dependency on its energy as a way of exerting pressure on the country. Some European leaders are worried that Russia could adopt the same strategy towards the European Union in retaliation for sanctions.

“But this has not really happened,” said Marco Siddi, senior research fellow at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs.

“Sixty-seven percent of Russia’s tax revenues comes from energy exports, Russia needs this trade even more that the European Union,” he added

Plans for a new gas pipeline that would bypass Ukraine have been in the works for years, but Europe is deeply divided over the project.

Opponents say the Nord Stream 2 pipeline would only increase the European Union’s dependence on Russian energy. But Germany and some other countries argue that it would give Europe more energy security.

“The political weight that is given to the gas relationship differs from country to country,” said Berzina. “I would argue in Austria, and in Germany … the economic ties around energy are given outsized political weight.”

Dependent for decades

Still, the European Union has taken some steps to wean itself off Russian gas. It has invested in liquefied natural gas import terminals in Poland and Lithuania, making it possible to use other suppliers.

American producers have been trying to export more natural gas to Europe, but they mostly haven’t been able to offer prices that can compete with Russia.

Europe has also built better pipeline links between nations, so it can send gas back and forth where needed, while keeping prices competitive.

However, Europe is likely to remain dependent on Russian gas for decades to come.

“Europe is a major energy importing region. There aren’t many options apart from reducing gas usage overall,” said Henderson.

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111 Comments on "Europe is still addicted to Russian gas"

  1. JuanP on Fri, 8th Jun 2018 9:53 pm 

    Undiluted American bullshit propaganda. Does CNN have any proof that Russia was involved in any way with the Skripal false flag operation as they claim here? No, they don’t. And, yet, deluded American exceptionalists want to be loved. Americans are so frigging irrational and funny! There are so many reasons why the USA is the most despised country in the world; CNN is one of them. Go Russia! Long live Putin! Trump 2020! LOL!

  2. Anonymouse1 on Fri, 8th Jun 2018 11:07 pm 

    It’s known as, ‘Complete Nonsense Network’ and for (many) good reasons.

  3. dissident on Fri, 8th Jun 2018 11:17 pm 

    Why is CNN yapping about Skripal in a story about natural gas? What is the connection? “That Russia is evil and is raping the virgin innocent EU”?

    EU is addicted to the lower price of piped gas. I it is not addicted to the high price of LNG. It is also not addicted to LNG supply that cannot replace Russian piped gas supply. Some “addiction”.

    CNN should stick to whoring for Hillary Clinton.

  4. Cloggie on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 12:12 am 

    “It is unusual for any European leader to receive President Putin for a state visit in the capital given the current tensions between Russia and Europe,” said Kristine Berzina, senior fellow at The German Marshall Fund of the United States.”

    It is not unusual at all, since Austria has a new populist pro-Russian government now and the love is mutual.

    Vienna is beginning to throw out Islamic extremists:

    http://www.thejournal.ie/austria-imam-mosque-crackdown-4059354-Jun2018/

    #SoundOfMusicToMyEars

    The grapes are sour for Communist News Network, even have to bring up the Skripal false flag to demonize Russia. Rear guard fight. Russian gas is here to stay.

  5. Boat on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 12:27 am 

    Build out those pipelines. Those assets will be stranded with lost 10’s of billions in 20 years. Go Wind.

  6. Makati1 on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 5:16 am 

    “. Go Russia! Long live Putin! Trump 2020!”

    I second that motion, JuanP. The perfect combination to end the Us attempt at total domination.

  7. Makati1 on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 5:21 am 

    BTW: Having spent about three weeks in the Us gulag, I am more convinced than ever that I made the right choice 10 years ago to leave. One does not notice the propaganda/brainwashing until you are outside the Gulag for a while. Then it becomes evident to anyone with a few working brain cells. It is 24/7/365 continuous in every media venue in the Us.

  8. Davy on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 5:41 am 

    “BTW: Having spent about three weeks in the Us gulag, I am more convinced than ever that I made the right choice 10 years ago to leave.”
    We are fine 3rd world and personally I find the fact that you make such a big stink about the US shows you have personal emotional issues you are trying to justify and promote. Making the US out to be horrible then gives you mental cover for making a move that is nothing special and really has little future. You are pushing 80 in a 3rd world country without health insurance. If you get really sick then you will have to go back to the US and that is if you can. Sometimes people get sick quick and bad and there will be no getting the help you need. I am sure that is in the back of your mind.

  9. deadly on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 5:58 am 

    Europe is addicted to Icelandic cod too. The cod catch can’t decline, fish and chips, lutefisk, are addicting, well, maybe not lutefisk.

    Japan is addicted to bluefin tuna.

    China is addicted to shrimp, chicken, and pork.

    Russians are addicted to caviar.

    Can’t really call it an addiction, it is just a demand. I want fish and chips and I want natural gas to cook my fish and chips.

    And mayonnaise too, for the chips.

  10. twocats on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 7:07 am 

    I’m assuming we don’t have any mainstream European posters on this blog which is unfortunate it. It would be nice to know what the average European perspective on this is.

    From what I can see (many Europeans I’ve met say I think like a European so we shall grant me honorary European status for a moment) Europe has four worries (addiction IS the wrong word – more like UNWANTED INFLUENCE)

    1 – China – Manufacturing and looming financial. EU trade deficit with China is “substantial”, and that’s not including Hong Kong.

    http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/China-EU_-_international_trade_in_goods_statistics

    2) Russia – energy. EU is bound to Russia this way and no amount of LNG is going to resolve that. I’m assuming many Northern Europeans heat their homes with NG like they do in Northeastern US. Renewables? Anyone seen a cost layout of a conversion from NG heat to electric heat?

    3) The World – Climate Change. The EU is in a race against time like all sane countries to try and diversify away from FF. Their sense of urgency is certainly much greater than the US.

    4) the US – financial. The fact that the US can still unilaterally declare sanctions against any country in the world and Europe “jumps to attention”. This is the French Finance Minister talking – not some random schmoe.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/may/11/europe-prepares-countermeasures-against-us-iran-sanctions

    Like I said – I wish we had some non-whack-job Europeans on the thread to chime in here – because for those that haven’t completely lost their mind – Europe does hold out a small glimmer of hope of being able to navigate the Peak Oil Decline in a way that doesn’t lead to Thunderdome and cannibalism.

  11. Davy on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 7:18 am 

    AH, Simon is about as good as they come Two Cats

  12. Davy on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 7:19 am 

    or Antius

  13. twocats on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 7:36 am 

    Simon? don’t recall his posts. Didn’t know Antius was Continental. Let’s see if he weighs in on the issue beyond the “CNN is propaganda and the US is evil” opinions we’ve gotten so far.

  14. JuanP on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 7:49 am 

    Twocats, Your perspective is not European at all; I can tell from reading your two comments above that you are a typical brainwashed American living in denial. Only an American would prioritize things as you do. Do you disagree that CNN is a propaganda outlet? Do you disagree that the USA is evil? Only an American exceptionalist living in denial could deny such obvious truths! LOL!

  15. JuanP on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 7:51 am 

    Those are facts, not opinions. But, feel free to deny the truth all you want; you are entitled to your opinions.

  16. JuanP on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 7:52 am 

    But your opinions, twocats, don’t change the truth in the least bit.

  17. Cloggie on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 8:21 am 

    or Antius

    Jeez, are you a twister of the truth, meathead (not that we didn’t know). Antius has little in common with you, apart from skepticism concerning renewable energy transition.

    Antius is a Brit through-and-through, albeit in full despair with the seemingly unstoppable demise of his nation.

    Assuming for a moment that “Antius” does not stand for “Anti-US”.lol… it must refer to the Roman governor of Britain Antius:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcus_Antius_Crescens_Calpurnianus

    That’s pretty “continental European” in my book.

    Simon? don’t recall his posts. Didn’t know Antius was Continental. Let’s see if he weighs in on the issue beyond the “CNN is propaganda and the US is evil” opinions we’ve gotten so far.

    I’m sorry twocats, but Antius (and to a slightly lesser extent our Australian friend TheNationalist, a self-described Briton) is just as patriotic as my nothingness and has no illusions about the intentions of the Empire. We have Antius and TheNationalist already so far that they volunteer to come out of the closet as “European”.lol It’s a start.

    As usual JuanP has the correct perspective. Two-cats, together with Davy, paultard and boat, is just another exceptionalist whackjob.

    To address two-cats 4 points (I am an EU-normie when it comes to energy):

    1. Yes trade deficit with China need to be addressed, here Trump absolutely has a point. Solution: forcing the Chinese to pay their workers a LOT more and as such increase the price of Chinese products.

    2. Europe’s dependence on Russia for fuel is bound to increase if troubles in the ME continue or even increase. Iran? KSA civil war? Not even US deep state slave Merkel can do anything about that. Fortunately.

    3. Unfortunately even China seems to pauze their transition, that until now was very substantial. So now it is Europe only, even more than before responsible to rescue the transition.

    4. I would not count on Europe to follow Trump in abandoning the Iran deal, althoug some French firms with heavy US exposure did indeed cave in. Europe is supported in that by Russia and China and even Britain and Canada. Trump is overstretching, perhaps on purpose, to ensure the breakup of the West=US empire, before the end of his presidency.

  18. jawagord on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 8:59 am 

    It’s always 20 years out isn’t it Boat? A wind turbines life span is 20-25 years, the pipelines will last 60-70 years, it’s easy to see why the German’s want another pipeline.

  19. Davy on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 9:17 am 

    “Jeez, are you a twister of the truth, meathead (not that we didn’t know). Antius has little in common with you, apart from skepticism concerning renewable energy transition.”

    Neder the Twisted, my comment was that Simon and Antius are upstanding Europeans as opposed to an extremist Eurotard chauvinist that you are. This board is like a sleezy bar because of you and 3rd world. Thankfully we have those like Simon and Antius who contribute instead of detract.

  20. joe on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 9:48 am 

    Let’s not think about it as east v west for a moment. Lets look at it from the point of view of a german energy minister. East Germany is poor and still hasn’t properly integrated into west-Germany. Much afd support comes from there and the people are much like those in America who voted for Trump (they lost allot due to global changes). Germany has to heat these people’s homes in -20 degrees sometimes during winter, the Germans must get that gas cheaply. Paying Americas more for the same heat is not a serious option. Building secondary terminals etc in a third country is a good strategy cause it’s an insurance policy in case the western allies ever attack Russia. France gets most of its gas from Algeria and Holland so the idea that the EU is dependant on russian gas is not true. In this case they really mean Germany and former eastern bloc countries. This puts Germany at odds with most of the rest of Europe in terms of whether or not Russia is indispensable, Germany continues to build the nord stream 2 terminal and Russia is still running out the pipes to it via Russian waters. Despite the fact that the US has been exceptionally patient with the EU on this matter, its hard to imagine that such disquiet will continue and a chasm will open up between Germany and the western allies. When that point arrives its likely to be accompanied by economic and banking crises in the debt burdened southern european economies which will force the issue.
    Italy is likely to present a bill to the EU for services rendered re: illegal migrants and seek to be allowed to over spend their budgets. Spain new alliance of socialists and Catalonian nationalists is not going to last and Spain will be plunged once again into electoral turmoil. Greece may never recover from the great recession thanks to the economic rape the the Germans did to them.

  21. MASTERMIND on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 9:52 am 

    First Man – Official Trailer (HD)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9Y7DTCn7Cc

    Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong..USA! USA!

  22. MASTERMIND on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 10:13 am 

    Madkat

    China central bank chief warns of ‘Minsky moment’
    https://www.ft.com/content/4bcb14c8-b4d2-11e7-a398-73d59db9e399

    Ouch..Better luck next time Jina!

  23. rockman on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 11:28 am 

    ”Opponents say the Nord Stream 2 pipeline would only increase the European Union’s dependence on Russian energy. But Germany and some other countries argue that it would give Europe more energy security.” As I recently posted in the news section the Nord Stream 2 pipeline soon won’t garner as much attention as it has in the past. As a result of resistance Russia is building 2 new pipelines to duplicate the goals of NS2. Two lines that will bring NG to Turkey. So now Germany won’t control the flow of this additional NG to the other EU but Turkey will. Turkey, not know to be overly friendly to Europe. From

    https://www.dailysabah.com/energy/2018/06/09/european-companies-getting-ready-for-turkstream-gas

    “European companies are preparing for possible natural gas from the TurkStream natural gas project…Bulgaria has initiatives for a second line to extend to Europe as part of the TurkStream natural gas pipeline project…gas delivery to Turkey will start by the end of 2019. Turkey and Russia recently signed a protocol to jointly end the second line of the TurkStream gas pipeline project by the end of 2019.

    Pointing to the signing of a protocol between BOTAŞ Petroleum Pipeline Corporation and Gazprom for construction of the land section of the line to extend to Europe in TurkStream…the second line of the project, some natural gas transport systems in Europe need to increase capacity, adding that European companies have begun preparing for possible natural gas from TurkStream. Gazprom previously said in a statement that with BOTAŞ it would create a joint venture, TurkStream Gas Transport, to construct the second line of the TurkStream project.

    The extension of the second line to Italy via Greece or to Serbia via Bulgaria is among routes currently in assessment. In October, Moscow and Ankara signed an intergovernmental agreement on the construction of two underwater legs of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline in the Black Sea. TurkStream is a transit-free export gas pipeline, which will not only stretch across the Black Sea from Russia to Turkey but will further extend to Turkey’s borders with neighboring countries.

    The first line of the pipeline reached the Turkish shore at the end of April after a 930 kilometers deep-water offshore pipe laying from Anapa, Russia, to Kıyıköy, Turkey, by the world’s largest pipe-laying vessel, Pioneering Spirit. TurkStream’s first line will carry 15.75 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas to Turkey, which is to be operational in December 2019. The project will have a total throughput capacity of 31.5 bcm thanks to the second line that will go to Europe.

  24. rockman on Sat, 9th Jun 2018 11:49 am 

    Joe – Interesting observation. BTW east Germany will be one of the most distant delivery points in Europe for Russian NG shipped thru Turkey. Especially compared to NG delivered by a Nord Stream 2 pipeline that would have terminated at Germany’s front door. Which probably explains why Germany has been one of the most vocal supporters of the project.

  25. joe on Sun, 10th Jun 2018 9:55 am 

    Turk Stream will no doubt link Qatar/Iranian gas someday as well. I think that the CIA/Gulenist attempted coup was the day Assad won in Syria. Turkish help to isis stopped soon after when Erdogan realised the western allies were going do everything they could to help Saudi and Israel stop Iran from selling its gas including imposing a new leadership on Turkey. My feeling is that the FSB saved Erdogan and prevented civil war in Turkey. Many millions of middle easterners would have flooded Europe in that scenario.

  26. TheNationalist on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 7:10 am 

    I believe Australia should buy some of Kim’s nukes, that way we can tell the Chinese and the yanks to fuck off once and for all.
    Europe doesn’t need the new colonial power (U.S.A) to “protect us” from the “evil russkies” either.
    The previous poster who mentioned 24/7 propoganda is actually making an understatement in my opinion.
    How’s that for a Anglo-Australian / European perspective twocats?

  27. Davy on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 8:00 am 

    Good riddance. I would love for the stupid Anglo whiners to do something on their own instead of bitching about the “Yanks”. Who would want to protect people that hate you anyway. So hopefully bye bye.

  28. GregT on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:08 am 

    “Who would want to protect people that hate you anyway. So hopefully bye bye.”

    In your mind Davy, who do you believe hates ‘you’? And who do ‘you’ believe that ‘you’ are protecting ‘them’ from?

  29. Davy on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:26 am 

    greggie, you and your cousin the weasel are the big kahunas of Anglo whining anti-American hate groupies. The American people are starting to get a taste of the backstabbing Canadians in the news lately. The sheeple American does not realize how much a certain segment of the Canadian population hates Americans with a passion. Some on this site openly speak with satisfaction when Americans die. The asswipe weasel does this routinely. You, greggie feel it but are too worried about your reputation of respectability to indulge in this open hate. Your hate groupie buddies love when you come to their aid. I have been experiencing it here now going on 6 years. In the old days you wack jobs came in packs now it is just a few stupid holdouts.

  30. GregT on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:28 am 

    Answer the questions please Davy.

    Who do you believe hates ‘you’? And who do ‘you’ believe that ‘you’ are protecting ‘them’ from?

  31. GregT on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:35 am 

    “Some on this site openly speak with satisfaction when Americans die.”

    To the best of my recollection Davy, you were the only person on this board who could not understand why people were so upset over the mass shooting of Americans at the Vegas music festival. Please correct me if I am wrong. ( with direct quotes please )

  32. Davy on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:35 am 

    read the comment greggie

  33. MASTERMIND on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:35 am 

    Domino’s Pizza unveils U.S. infrastructure project filling potholes

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/dominos-pizza-unveils-u-s-infrastructure-project-filling-potholes-130802630.html

    How pathetic..its come down to this..

  34. Davy on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:40 am 

    greggie, google that comment and we can go over it. You are embellishing what I said as is normal out of an extremist anti-American. We are in a new current reality of gun shootings that Americans need to get used to if we are not going to do serious gun control. There are tradeoffs. This is not a personal issue of caring or not about people killed in gun violence, greggie, as you would like to frame it as. This is a societal issue that reflects American values or lack of. You being a gun freak with lots of guns and ammo should have strong feelings about that. BTW, stay on topic please.

  35. MASTERMIND on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:43 am 

    Greg

    Looks like Trump and Neo Cons have their eyes set on invading Canada next…They want that tar sands oil..Looks like you will soon be saluting the flag! Only one rule..NO COMPLAINING!

  36. MASTERMIND on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:47 am 

    George Soros on the state of the world: ‘Everything that could go wrong has gone wrong’

    https://www.marketwatch.com/story/soros-on-the-state-of-the-world-everything-that-could-go-wrong-has-gone-wrong-2018-06-11

  37. Cloggie on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:53 am 

    George Soros on the state of the world: ‘Everything that could go wrong has gone wrong’

    Translation: everything George Soros (and his adjudant millimind) stands for, that is: open borders and destruction of European civilization, has come to a shrieking halt.

    Cause for celebration!

    Long live Trump, Putin, Orban and the Italian and Austrian governments!

  38. GregT on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:54 am 

    Answer the questions please Davy.

  39. GregT on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 11:59 am 

    “We are in a new current reality of gun shootings that Americans need to get used to if we are not going to do serious gun control.”

    Speak for yourself Davy. Personally, I refuse to get used to mass shootings on American soil, and I am sure that there are at least a couple of hundred Americans that would agree with me.

    Gun control, and getting used to mass murder, are at completely opposite ends of the spectrum.

    I do not subscribe to your point of view, at all.

  40. GregT on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 12:00 pm 

    “They want that tar sands oil.”

    “They” already control it MM.

  41. MASTERMIND on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 12:17 pm 

    I love you George, but where’s my $oros bucks! I’m at nearly every Antifa protest and I’m forever shilling for open borders, but despite what Alex Jones promised — you ain’t paid me a penny!! Pay up, George!

  42. MASTERMIND on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 12:19 pm 

    Clog

    When did I say I wanted open borders? You are a paranoid whack job who is a symptom of collapse..Just like the mice that went insane in Dr Calhouns utopia..

  43. MASTERMIND on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 12:22 pm 

    Clogg

    Long live the European depression and the imminent collapse ahead..hur hur..You think all of the worlds problems can be solved by an alpha male..You are a closet homosexual..Just look at the three men you just praised..Does Putin serve his cum to you on a silver spoon? LOL

  44. Davy on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 12:32 pm 

    “Speak for yourself Davy. Personally, I refuse to get used to mass shootings on American soil, and I am sure that there are at least a couple of hundred Americans that would agree with me.”

    I am speaking for myself stupid and many people here agree with me. Besides this is an American issue keep your stupid Canadian opinion to yourself. Worry about Canada for once.

  45. Cloggie on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 12:39 pm 

    Bulgaria has great remorse about its cowardice vis-a-vis John McCain, tries damage limitation:

    https://russia-insider.com/en/bulgaria-claims-russia-will-build-pipeline-branch-its-coast-not-so-fast-says-moscow/ri23650

    What the Bulgars are hoping for is a bivarication of Turkstream, a merger of Turkstream and Southstream so to speak.

    The Russians are not in a hurry, most of all because they don’t trust that Bulgaria can act independently.

  46. MASTERMIND on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 12:46 pm 

    Clogg

    Russiainsider? Kremlin state propaganda? LOL You are the dumbest person in the world..you will bite on anything..

    I have some magic beans i would love to sell you..retard..and faggot lover of Putin you cocksucker..

  47. MASTERMIND on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 12:47 pm 

    Clogg

    Whats it like to censor your blog of any free speech? Whats it like to have nobody love you? Dont worry you will die within the next decade of starvation or conflict..that is a certainty.

  48. MASTERMIND on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 12:54 pm 

    Guy McPherson is now claiming that human extinction is coming this September due to climate change..What a bozo..

  49. MASTERMIND on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 1:05 pm 

    Donald Trump has ‘dangerous mental illness’, say psychiatry experts at Yale conference

    “Worse than just being a liar or a narcissist, in addition he is paranoid, delusional and grandiose thinking and he proved that to the country the first day he was President. If Donald Trump really believes he had the largest crowd size in history, that’s delusional,” he added.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world-0/donald-trump-dangerous-mental-illness-yale-psychiatrist-conference-us-president-unfit-james-gartner-a7694316.html

  50. GregT on Mon, 11th Jun 2018 1:27 pm 

    “I am speaking for myself stupid and many people here agree with me.”

    Exactly what I said Davy. Speak for yourself.

    “Besides this is an American issue keep your stupid Canadian opinion to yourself. Worry about Canada for once.”

    This is an open, unmoderated, internet discussion board Davy, where people are free to express their opinions. If you have such a serious problem with freedom of expression, then move to NK.

    And Davy, I am very concerned about the consequences of the Empire, that you so stupidly enable, bringing America to it’s knees. The fallout will be widespread. The sooner the Empire collapses, the better for all of us, especially for US Americans.

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