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Radiation level increase in northern Europe may ‘indicate damage’ to nuclear power plant in Russia

Alternative Energy

Low levels of radiation spotted in northern Europe may have come from a malfunctioning nuclear power plant in western Russia.

Nuclear safety officials from Finland, Norway and Sweden have all announced earlier this week they have detected increased radioactive isotopes across Scandinavia and in some Arctic regions.

While the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority said on Tuesday it was not possible to confirm the source of radiation, Dutch authorities have analysed data from their Nordic neighbours and concluded it originated in western Russia.

“The radionuclides are artificial, that is to say they are man-made,” the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment in the Netherlands said on Friday.

“The composition of the nuclides may indicate damage to a fuel element in a nuclear power plant [but] a specific source location cannot be identified due to the limited number of measurements.”

However, the Russian nuclear power operator Rosenergoatom has denied there are any problems with its two power plants in the country’s northwest.

The Russian news agency Tass quoted an unnamed spokesperson from Rosenergoatom who said both a plant near St Petersburg and another near Murmansk were operating “normally, with radiation levels being within the norm”.

Radiation levels at the two plants had not changed for the whole month of June, the spokesperson added.

“Both stations are working in normal regime. There have been no complaints about the equipment’s work. No incidents related to release of radionuclide outside containment structures have been reported.”

The low levels and particular isotopes detected in Scandinavia are not harmful either to humans or the environment.

Other groups have also spotted the slight rise, however. The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organisation said on Friday their radiation-monitoring sensors in Sweden had also detected a slight increase of several harmless isotopes in northwestern European airspace.

Russia is one of the largest producers of nuclear power in the world, with 10 currently operational plants and several more under construction.

The country’s nuclear power operator has also signed billions of dollars-worth of contracts to build nuclear power plants using Russian technology in other countries, such as India, Turkey and Iran.

Independant



50 Comments on "Radiation level increase in northern Europe may ‘indicate damage’ to nuclear power plant in Russia"

  1. Traitor Trump and Bounties on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 10:12 am 

    “VETERAN GROUPS LABEL TRUMP TRAITOR”

    Trump Was Aware Of Russian Bounties In Early 2019 And Did NOTHING:

    Top officials were aware a year earlier than previously reported that Russia was secretly offering bounties to the Taliban for the deaths of Americans, according to Associated Press sources.

    Washinton Post

  2. Richard Guenette on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 11:31 am 

    Radiation sickness is the worst illness ever to exist. To protect people from radiation, they should take potassium iodine pills. The only to prevent radiation from reaching people is lead.

  3. Richard Guenette on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 11:32 am 

    Radiation sickness causes vomiting, diarrhea, hair loss, sterility/infertility, cancer.

  4. dissident on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 12:15 pm 

    Cold war style propaganda. Russia has a vast pool of contaminated sites including Arctic submarine scrap yards left over from the USSR days. Trace amounts of “artificial” isotopes proves f*ck all that it was a power plant.

    Russia is also engaged in nuclear engine development such as in the “perpetual” flight cruise missile Burevestnik. It already had one accident with with several victims. Why wouldn’t it have more.

    And no poor NATO citizens need to worry about dying from Russian trace radiation. They have plenty of pollutants in their own cities that will do vastly more to ruin their health and kill them.

  5. ANAL REAPER on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 4:41 pm 

    Who gives a shit.

    Radiation comes out of the fucking niggers who ruined this country.

    FUCKING CHINKS FUCK THEM TOO!!!!

    Injuns are okay though! 😀

  6. Duncan Idaho on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 5:13 pm 

    “Protests in the USA, land of Marlboro Man will come to nothing because there is no solidarity, no vision, nor guiding ideology to unite the people in the common struggle against the 1%. Just ask the Black Panthers and Mao Zedong.”

  7. JuanP on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 5:37 pm 

    “Protests in the USA, land of Marlboro Man will come to nothing because there is no solidarity, no vision, nor guiding ideology to unite the people in the common struggle against the 1%. Just ask the Black Panthers and Mao Zedong.”

    Duncan, be honest to the flock, you are the 1%. At least be honorable and fall on your sword.

  8. JuanP on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 5:51 pm 

    “Who is Kimberly Gardner, St. Louis prosecutor investigating gun-toting couple?”
    https://www.foxnews.com/us/who-is-kimberly-gardner-st-louis-prosecutor

    “The standoff between a gun-toting couple who stood in their front yard and peaceful protesters who marched through the private neighborhood is under investigation, according to St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner’s office. Gardner, who was elected in 2016 on a platform of reforming the criminal justice system, was reportedly backed by liberal billionaire George Soros. Since being elected, Gardner has butted heads publicly with Missouri’s Republican attorney general and faced lawsuits for allegedly ignoring public records requests. St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner was investigating the confrontation between a St. Louis couple who brandished guns on their own property as protesters passed through the private neighborhood. (Circuit Attorney Office)…In a statement Monday, Gardner described the encounter between married lawyers Mark and Patricia McCloskey and the protesters as “a violent assault” against those exercising their First Amendment rights. Armed homeowners standing in front of their house along Portland Place confront protesters as they march to Mayor Lyda Krewson’s house on Sunday, June 28, in the Central West End in St. Louis. (Laurie Skrivan/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/Tribune News Service via Getty Images) Armed homeowners standing in front of their house along Portland Place confront protesters as they march to Mayor Lyda Krewson’s house on Sunday, June 28, in the Central West End in St. Louis. (Laurie Skrivan/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/Tribune News Service via Getty Images) “I am alarmed at the events that occurred over the weekend, where peaceful protesters were met by guns and a violent assault,” Gardner said. “We must protect the right to peacefully protest, and any attempt to chill it through intimidation or threat of deadly force will not be tolerated.” She said her office was working with the police department to investigate the confrontation, adding that authorities “will use the full power of Missouri law to hold people accountable.” No charges were filed against the couple as of Tuesday morning. Albert Watkins, the McCloskeys’ attorney, told Fox News that under Missouri’s Castle Doctrine, a person has “the absolute unmitigated right to protect his or her castle or family while on their property.” He said the protesters were trespassing, “damaging and destroying private property and acting in a threatening and hostile fashion.” “If Kimberly Gardner wants to press charges against two attorneys who are protecting their home and their family and themselves on their own property, I will tell you that it will be nothing short of the proverbial clusterf— with the ensuing assertions that she’s doing this for political purposes,” Watkins said.”

  9. Davy on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 6:37 pm 

    Hey, thats my home, Missery! Go Missery!
    I loves overweight, flabby, gun-tot’n, tabaaca chewing patriots armed to the teeth with only rudimentary gun training or handling skills and ability.

    My kind of Americans. Protecting what is theirs. I should grab my shoutgun, the donkey, and the goats and stand outside my trailer waving my shotgun (not loaded-cant afford the ammo) and try to look all tough. That might get some stupid liberals to come and interview me. No such thing as bad publicity as they say, and If the news came to my trailer, I could talk to them about my REAL GREEN philosophy and show them my 1000 acres of Ozark nirvana I built with my posts on the internet.

    And fuck those libtards. Hassling decent American patriots who only exercising their 5th amendment rights. They make me sick. Just like juanpee.

  10. FamousDrScanlon on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 9:22 pm 

    ROTFLMAO

    HO-LEE-FUK are they ever desperate.

    Russiagate’s Last Gasp

    One can read this most recent flurry of Russia, Russia, Russia paid the Taliban to kill GIs as an attempt to pre-empt the findings into Russiagate’s origins.

    “Perhaps the biggest clue concerning the fragility of the New York Times’ report is contained in the one sentence it provides about sourcing — “The intelligence assessment is said to be based at least in part on interrogations of captured Afghan militants and criminals.” That sentence contains almost everything one needs to know about the intelligence in question, including the fact that the source of the information is most likely the Afghan government as reported through CIA channels. …”

    https://consortiumnews.com/2020/06/29/ray-mcgovern-russiagates-last-gasp/

    This Russia-Afghanistan Story Is Western Propaganda At Its Most Vile

    “As of this writing, and probably forevermore, there have still been zero intelligence sources named and zero evidence provided for this claim.”

    https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2020/06/28/this-russia-afghanistan-story-is-western-propaganda-at-its-most-vile/

  11. Chrome Mags on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 9:23 pm 

    Here’s something else Trump could deny. “We have conflicting data on whether the radiation source is from Russia or Tierra Del Fuego.”

    “But, Mr. President, Tierra Del Fuego is an island off the southern tip of South America and has no nuclear power plant.”

    President: “That shows how much you know. You’re a disgrace!”

  12. FamousDrScanlon on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 9:24 pm 

    Serving the Bottomless Kool-Aid: ‘Blame Russia’ Rides Again!
    by Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.)

    When a nation touts its own exceptionalism, that’s called patriotism. Absolute Americanism so red-blooded that it’s become mandatory for all political aspirants (think Obama’s “belief” with “his every fiber”) to prostrate themselves at exceptionalism’s altar. Funny, when an individual believes himself exceptional – that’s diagnosable. Sociopaths afflicted with messiah complexes proclaim their exceptionalism. No one much mentions that twist. Well, only a mentally ill nation – and its symptomatic political-media spokesmen – would dare digest and obtusely deliver the latest headline prognosis: “Russia Secretly Offered Afghan Militants Bounties to Kill U.S. Troops, Intelligence Says.” (We’ll come back to the absurd doozy packed behind that comma)

    https://original.antiwar.com/Danny_Sjursen/2020/06/29/serving-the-bottomless-kool-aid-blame-russia-rides-again/

  13. Abraham van Helsing on Tue, 30th Jun 2020 10:15 pm 

    “One can read this most recent flurry of Russia, Russia, Russia paid the Taliban to kill GIs as an attempt to pre-empt the findings into Russiagate’s origins.“

    That’s rich in the light of the US arming the Taliban to drive the Soviets out of Afghanistan during the seventies.

    And since when does the Taliban need Russian incentives to kill Americans?

  14. joe on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 12:16 am 

    Thats exactly the point. Putin doesn’t need to pay bounties. All he has to do is look the other way for heroin smugglers and the Taliban can make as much money as it wants getting Europe high.

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/criminal-parasite-daniel-kinahan-at-centre-of-200m-fight-between-tyson-fury-and-anthony-joshua-3c76d9cww

  15. Trump's Political Coffin on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 12:31 am 

    “Another Nail in Trump’s Political Coffin”

    “Despite declarations of innocence and ignorance, internal briefing reports now confirm Trump was made aware of Russian bounties on the heads of US soldiers in Afghanistan in early 2019, yet choose to do nothing.”

    WSJ.com

  16. Joe (MaMa) Fake Out on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 12:39 am 

    Joe (MaMa)

    Your source has nothing to do with your silly comment.

    Nice fake-out attempt.

    Your master has taught you well.

  17. joe on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 12:42 am 

    New Study, Sweden. Immunity for Coronavirus could twice as high amountg healthy adults.

    “Levels of public immunity from coronavirus could be twice as high as first believed after new research looked into the way our bodies fight against the disease.

    It could mean that a third of healthy people who do not show any symptoms of Covid-19 may have developed a level of immunity, and built-up areas such as London could be further along the path to herd immunity than first thought”

    “Marcus Buggert, an assistant professor at Karolinska Institutet said: ‘What this means is we are probably underestimating the number of people that have some type of immunity”

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8477309/Publics-immunity-coronavirus-twice-high-believed.html

    Follow the Science. Its getting milder and weaker and people are becoming immune and vaccines are weeks, not months away.

    Get out and vote!

  18. joe on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 1:41 am 

    (MaMa) Fake Out on Wed, 1st Jul

    Kinahan Gang might be the biggest drug trafficking gang in Europe.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christy_Kinahan

    Man you know nothing about Europe, moron. The son is trying to get out of the drugs game because he knows open borders is poised to end…..

  19. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 2:02 am 

    joe, here’s what I see

    “could twice as high.. ”

    “could be twice as high..”

    “It could mean..”

    “could be further along the path to..”

    “What this means is we are probably underestimating…”

    could could could could probably

    Not a lot of certainty there. None at all actually. That’s quite a few words just to say, we don’t know. Further, there’s other reports giving conflicting findings.

    For me, there is too little known to start doing celebratory cartwheels just yet. Don’t let that hold you back though – cart wheel away hopey joe.

    I’ll believe in a working & safe vaccine when I see the evidence of it. Evidence = a min 250,000, human lab rats who don’t die or turn into the Hulk.

    If it was up to me, I’d have the worlds worst 250,000 anti-vaxxers rounded up and used as covid vaccine test subjects. You know, for all the trouble they been causing. Fuckers!

  20. joe on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 2:25 am 

    “If it was up to me, I’d have the worlds worst 250,000 anti-vaxxers rounded up and used as covid vaccine test subjects”

    Thats why you are a facist. The left has turned facist. Antisemitic, proMuslim, racist (belief is special treatment for races is racism).

    I dont care about antivaxxers, this new evidence points towards yet more evidence that coronavirus is not dangerous. The left does not have science behind them on this issue so they choose to pretend there ignore it. Look the fact is this, either you share power and rule equally and fairly or the left may end up being kings of an ash heap.

  21. Abraham van Helsing on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 2:48 am 

    The left has turned facist. Antisemitic, proMuslim, racist (belief is special treatment for races is racism).

    Boohoo, things aren’t going to the plan of joe’s tribe at all!

    – Yids are being seen by the Muslim and African mob as “white”, the richer ones, mind you, whose treatment of fellow Palestinian darkies is (correctly) seen as horrible.
    – Muslims do not turn into meek consumers, but keep their fundamentalist identity, turning society in a pressure cooker, not the desired melting pot, with the thermometer pointing deep into red territory.
    – Joe’s tribe bulwarks #1 USA and #2 UK, threaten to fall apart over race (#1) and Brexit (#2)

    Anglo-Zionism, the vehicle of the Tribe for virtual global conquest is heeling, threatens to capsize and sink. And Eurasia is the amused onlooker and can begin to plan for the days after empire.

    https://www.amazon.fr/Apr%C3%A8s-lempire-d%C3%A9composition-syst%C3%A8me-am%C3%A9ricain/dp/207031300X/ref=sr_1_1

    “Après l’empire: Essai sur la décomposition du système américain (Français) Broché – 15 janvier 2004”

    I read this book, written by the French Jew Emmanuel Todd in 2005, while working in Munich. Earlier in Holland I had read this book by the CFR Jew Kupchan:

    https://www.amazon.com/End-American-Era-Geopolitics-Twenty-first/dp/0375412158/ref=sr_1_1

    “The End of the American Era: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Geopolitics of the Twenty-first Century”

    Admit it joe, you are Madame Tussaud material, a has-been.

  22. Joe (MaMa) Fake out on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 3:58 am 

    Joe (MaMa) says, “this new evidence points towards yet more evidence that coronavirus is not dangerous.”

    Tell that to the 511,000 dead and 6,287 reported deaths for the past 24 hours.

  23. Antius on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 4:11 am 

    Sounds like the Ruskies are playing around with nuclear cruise missiles again. Or have been failing to maintain their spent fuel ponds.

    Potassium iodide is only useful in preventing people from absorbing radioactive iodine from the air, water or food. It is unlikely to be necessary unless dose rates are high.

    If iodine is detected it suggests recent criticality. If the release is pure ceasium, it suggests legacy fuel. Iodine-131 has a short half life.

  24. zero juan on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 5:56 am 

    More mindless juanPee:

    Joe (MaMa) Fake out said Joe (MaMa) says, “this new evidence points t…

    FamousDrScanlon said joe, here’s what I see “could twice as…

    Joe (MaMa) Fake Out said Joe (MaMa) Your source has nothing to do with your…

    Trump’s Political Coffin said “Another Nail in Trump’s Political Cof…

    Crazy Joe said Crazy Joe has his pulse on American politics all t…

    FamousDrScanlon said Serving the Bottomless Kool-Aid: ‘Blame Russia’ Ri…

  25. zero juan on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 5:57 am 

    juanPee with his fake socks on the moderated side:

    Peak Climate
    by FamousDrScanlon, July 1, 2020 1:25 am

    Arctic Sea Ice 2020
    by FamousDrScanlon, July 1, 2020 12:15 am

  26. Another Nail for Trump's Political Coffin on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 6:06 am 

    Exclusive:

    “Hundreds of George W. Bush Administration Officials to Back Biden”

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hundreds of officials who worked for former Republican President George W. Bush are set to endorse Democratic White House hopeful Joe Biden, people involved in the effort said, the latest Republican-led group coming out to oppose the re-election of Donald Trump.

  27. More from the Davy lunatic on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 6:43 am 

    zero juan on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 5:56 am

    zero juan on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 5:57 am

  28. Davy on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 6:57 am 

    Joe.

    Joe who?

    Joe MaMa.

    At least I got a MaMa and not two daddies.

  29. joe on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 7:08 am 

    “Tell that to the 511,000 dead and 6,287 reported deaths for the past 24 hours.”

    So? You think there’ll never be another virus? A Democrat POTUS called Woodrow Wilson covered up Spanish flu so he could use Americas youth to kill Germans
    What’s your point, people die? Guess what, ur right, they do

  30. joe on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 7:11 am 

    “Hundreds of officials who worked for former Republican President George W. Bush are set to endorse Democratic White House hopeful Joe Biden”

    Whoever those neocon Iraq war liars oppose, you should support. Hilary and Biden voted for the Iraq War crime.

  31. Abraham van Helsing on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 9:19 am 

    Russian voters gave the green light to a max. term of president Putin in office until 2036. He still needs to be reelected twice for that to happen.

    The Russian public can vote against gay marriage as well.

  32. Outcast_Searcher on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 10:02 am 

    Right, dissident. And you get plenty of background radiation for each hour you fly commercial. Or quite a bit over the course of your life if you live at high altitude, like Boulder CO. at about a mile high, vs. sea level.

    Panicking about very tiny amounts of radiation is nonsensical.

    But of course, it gives the Chicken Littles something to squawk about.

  33. Joe (MaMa) Fake Out on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 10:11 am 

    Joe (MaMa)

    You need a lesson in history. The Spanish Flu arrived just a few months before the end of WW I and lasted through the summer of 1919.

    Your specious statement about killing Germans is rendered null and void.

    Numbnuts Joe (MaMa)

  34. JuanP on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 10:17 am 

    Outcast, you are my Super hero, nothing scares you.

  35. John Q. Public on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 10:23 am 

    First a Coward then a Traitor Trump

    We all now know Trump’s daddie bribed officials to provide Fat Orange with multiple fake and illegal medical deferments so coward Donnie would avoid military service during the Vietnam War. When Trump was queried why he refused to serve his country he answered, “My time was better spent grabbing pussy in New York City.”

    So is it any surprise we now learn Trump is a traitor for refusing to act when it was revealed to him in early 2019 that the Russians were paying the Taliban a cash bounty for every American servicemember killed.

    What a leader.

  36. Duncan Idaho on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 10:28 am 

    1937 — Spain: Spanish bishops endorse Beloved & Respected Comrade Leader Franco. Fascism & Catholicism, si.

    They would endorse the Fat Boy, I’m sure,

  37. Davy on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 11:12 am 

    I am the squawkiest widdle chicken of em all outcast. But you new that already. Old freind.

  38. Duncan Idaho on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 11:50 am 

    “The executive branch has been virtually dismantled, converted to a collection of cowardly sycophants who do not dare to offend the master. His latest step was to fire the State of New York prosecutor who was investigating the swamp that Trump has created in Washington. He was carrying forward the investigation of the inspectors general who Trump purged when they were getting too close. The next projected step, we have just learned, is to be a purge of the military command, to ensure faithful obedience to the aspiring tin-pot dictator in the event of an international or domestic crisis of his making.

    Trump is mimicked closely by Jair Bolsonaro; farce imitating tragedy. But in Brazil, there is still a slim barrier to executive criminality: the Supreme Court, which blocked Bolsonaro’s moves to purge the authorities investigating his own swamp. The U.S. trails well behind.”

  39. Duncan Idaho on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 12:06 pm 

    Trump’s incompetence has Reduced Americans to Lepers whom Europe won’t Let in
    https://www.juancole.com/2020/06/incompetence-reduced-americans.html
    I wonder if the Fat Boy could find it on a map?

  40. joe on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 1:09 pm 

    Actually it’s the impact of millions of migrants from socialist South American states plus subversion on campus from socialist China, Russia and Europe backed up by Big Tech proChina billionaires who have put America in its predicament, US cities are literally doomed as defunding police will cause businesses to flee. The plus side is that the collapse of property prices will lead to the construction of more ultra slim skyscrapers and further gentrified areas walled off with larger metropolises.
    China knows it has nothing to fear from millions of woke fools who just wanna play music and want to dismantle its military and navy and nuclear defence.
    Ten years of Obama brought us Trump because people already saw the ‘plan’ for American version of the ANC. If these black racially motivated attacks from the left dont stop. America is doomed.

  41. JuanP on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 1:31 pm 

    WaPo Admits ‘Russian Bounties’ Info “Deemed Sketchy” After Pentagon Says “No Corroborating Evidence”
    Profile picture for user Tyler Durden
    by Tyler Durden
    Wed, 07/01/2020 – 13:06
    Congressional leaders have demanded answers, and those answers have come in the form of multiple US intelligence agencies and chiefs essentially throwing cold water on the NY Times Russian bounties to kill American troops in Afghanistan story, as we’ve detailed.

    We expect this “bombshell” will be very short-lived, perhaps being memory holed by the weekend, akin to the fate of other Russiagate-related ‘anonymous sources say’ type stories.

    The Pentagon is the latest to say that DOD-wide there is currently “no corroborating evidence at this time to validate the recent allegations regarding malight activity by Russian personnel against US forces in Afghanistan,” according to a late Tuesday evening statement by Defense Secretary Mark Esper.

    I want to assure all of our service members that we take seriously any and all potential threats against U.S. military personnel. pic.twitter.com/Tcg3xzkZQ8

    — @EsperDoD (@EsperDoD) July 1, 2020
    And yet the Times is busy publishing photos of slain Marines to help bolster what’s increasingly looking like a propaganda hit piece ahead of the November election, for which there’s already been considerable backlash from the public.

    As of Wednesday it’s been revealed that a highly respected career intelligence officer previously made the decision to not brief President Trump on what the Washington Post now belatedly admits was widely “deemed sketchy” information the CIA had obtained in 2019 through either a foreign source or report.

    This line from the Post is certainly awkward for them and the Times:

  42. joe on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 1:54 pm 

    I thought it strange that I first heard this story from a UK source. The UKs interests allign with the Dems on US antiRussian mania. The UK sees its path to success via the failure of a GermanoRussian energy partnership.
    The report mentioned that the Gru team supposedly involved was the Skripal team who allegedly used poison in the UK. Its also interesting that a Chechen warlord was recently murdered while out cycling near German government buildings, Russia was directly blamed in the Bundestag. The intitial reports I read mentioned that UK soldiers were targeted and that EU investigators wanted to get info. As guess I would say that Putins men were heading off any plot of Chechenya war 2.0 as no doubt things will erupt again soon in the Balkans, leading probobly to Europe wide clashes and a remapping of Europe to accommodate its new larger muslim immigrant population. Trump/Biden its not important for Europe. What matters is that the EUSSRs most pro EU army leader (macron) is losing power fast. Merkel
    on her own wont be able to force through an army in time to stop it happening. So thats why the UK and EU put out this story, the UK to keep the mania going, the EU (aka FrancoGermany) because the USA is trying to be the hegemony power in Europe.

  43. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 2:11 pm 

    “Storm Warning”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/storm-warning

    “The USA has gone so crazy in these months of the coronavirus freak-out that an orgy of looting, arson, and murder, on top of epic job loss and business failure. In the background of these weeks of protests, riots, looting, and arson is the disintegrating economy, which signifies that pretty much everybody in this land will not be able to keep on keeping on in the ways we’re used to. While Mr. Trump seems to dimly apprehend the urgent need for economic restructuring, he’s able to express it only in messages that sound like a 1961 Frigidaire commercial, with overtones of Marvel Comics superhero grandiosity.“

  44. Davy on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 2:16 pm 

    “WaPo Admits ‘Russian Bounties’ Info “Deemed Sketchy” After Pentagon Says “No Corroborating Evidence””

    Good find JuanP. It must of taken you days to dig that story up. Goes to show how insane our country is.

  45. Davy on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 2:18 pm 

    “While Mr. Trump seems to dimly apprehend the urgent need for economic restructuring, he’s able to express it only in messages that sound like a 1961 Frigidaire commercial, with overtones of Marvel Comics superhero grandiosity.“

    So true FamousDrScanlon. So true.

  46. FamousDrScanlon on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 4:06 pm 

    “No Corroborating Evidence”” That’s authority speak for – zero fucking evidence.

    “No Corroborating Evidence” By definition, all evidence is Corroborating. Redundant halfwits.

    ‘Hey guys, look at all the non-corroborating evidence I found’

  47. Davy identity theft, AGAIN on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 4:12 pm 

    DavySkum ID Theft

    JuanP on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 1:31 pm

    Hey Stupid,

    In all your verbiage you have not a single source to substantiate your nonsense except the personal opinion of some right-wing rag.

    can Davy say I’m a TOOL.

  48. joe on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 4:13 pm 

    Trump should be impeached then exonerated for this scandal, he both guilty and innocent at the same time. He should be for treason under the Logan act and then awarded the George Floyd medal of freedom for his services to sinoRussiaEussr.

  49. Joe (MaMa) Fake Out on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 4:16 pm 

    Joe (MaMa)

    “I thought it strange that I first heard this story from a UK source.”

    Name the source, numbnuts, or should we take your word that you speak the truth? Yeah, right.

  50. More from the board lunatic Davy on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 4:19 pm 

    Joe (MaMa) Fake Out on Wed, 1st Jul 2020 4:16 pm

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