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Peak Permian Oil Production May Arrive Much Sooner Than Expected

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In mid-January, Adam Waterous, who operates the private equity firm Waterous Energy Fund, made a prediction about the crown jewel of the U.S. shale oil industry, the Permian shale play that straddles Texas and New Mexico.

We think we are at or near peak Permian,” Waterous told Bloomberg. “The North American oil market has been grossly overcapitalized, which is not sustainable.”

Bloomberg reporter Simon Casey goes on to qualify that “[p]redicting peak Permian output for 2020 isn’t a mainstream view.” However, evidence is piling up that the U.S. shale industry may indeed be close to peaking as it runs out of the two things required to continue increasing oil production: money and what’s known as “tier one acreage.”

Tier one acreage is the term for the areas that produce the most oil per well. It’s also known as “sweet spots,” “core acreage,” or “good rock.”

The idea of the U.S. shale revolution peaking long before either the broader oil and gas industry or the Energy Information Administration expects isn’t a popular one. And the idea was even less popular when DeSmog started detailing why it was likely all the way back in October 2018, and even when the Wall Street Journal made the case a year later.

Today, as more and more Permian oil companies go bankrupt and wells in the nation’s most prolific oil patch turn out less and less, one early warning nows seems especially prescient. In 2018, Paal Kibsgaard, the CEO of Schlumberger — one of the largest oil services providers — cautioned about declining well productivity in the Permian Basin, pointing to increasing “child wells” and to the boom-gone-bust Texas oilfield, the Eagle Ford Shale.

We are already starting to see a similar reduction in unit well productivity to that already seen in the Eagle Ford, suggesting that the Permian growth potential could be lower than earlier expected,” warned Kibsgaard, who was replaced as CEO in 2019.

Another warning from a former Schlumberger executive noted that Permian performance results were misleading, because satellite data had revealed that a thousand wells that had been fracked had not been reported, skewing the basin’s overall performance to look better than it is.

Schlumberger lost $10 billion in 2019 and laid off 1,400 U.S. workers, making Kibsgaard seem smart to be worried the year prior. The company has also cut in half the amount of fracking equipment it will have available. That is not a sign of optimism for the future of U.S. fracking or its crown jewel, the Permian.

The End the Era of Being ‘Grossly Overcapitalized’

As DeSmog has detailed, the fracking industry has lost hundreds of billions of dollars and now is saddled with debts it will never be able to pay back because the best days of U.S. shale oil production appear to be in the past.

The flow of low interest loans to shale oil and gas companies has dried up, signaling the end of the era of being “grossly overcapitalized.”

And while there is still much debate about how much oil the Permian can yet produce, there is little debate anymore about the fact that investors are no longer eager or willing to loan companies money to frack — unless the companies can prove to be profitable — which is something the majority of them have failed to do.

Last week, investment website Seeking Alpha highlighted Abraxas Petroleum, a Texas-based company with Permian assets, describing the company’s “flawless history of producing negative free cash flow” — a brutal way of saying the company has never made a profit, like many of its peers.

But Abraxas has produced oil and gas in an era when the industry was “grossly overcapitalized,” which enabled the company to continue borrowing more money to keep drilling. But those days are over and companies like Abraxas can’t continue to exist without investors somewhere giving them more money to keep up a very expensive production process. Seeking Alpha speculated that a possible Chapter 11 bankruptcy may be in the fracker’s future.

The whole situation was summed up well in a recent article from Barron’s:

“Equity infusions have dried up, and lenders are getting picky. They insist that borrowers actually demonstrate cash flow and sustainability, qualities evinced by a shrinking number of shale producers. And starting in 2020, these companies face a wall of debt totaling $71 billion and maturing over the next seven years, according to research and analytics provider Rystad Energy.”

The industry as a whole is facing huge amounts of debt and the only way to pay it back is by making money selling oil and gas, something the industry has failed to do even at much higher prices.

Low oil prices combined with negative natural gas prices in the Permian, plus the end of easy access to investors, is not a formula for Permian success. While there is ample evidence that shale CEOs have no problem losing other people’s money as long as they are getting paid, expect a lot fewer opportunities for that type of work in the Permian going forward. But don’t think that that strategy will stop before all the remaining cash in the industry has dried up.

It’s possible that the industry has reached peak debt, and thus, peak production is likely to follow.

The Rocks Don’t Care If CEOs Promise Oil 

Even if the shale industry had made money the past decade and was sitting on a pile of cash, it would still have another serious problem: It’s running out of tier one acreage. Money pays for drilling, fracking, and CEO bonuses, but it can’t make oil appear where there isn’t any.

In 2018, Mark Papa, then-CEO of shale company Centennial Resource Development, was already warning of the lack of tier one acreage.

There are good geological spots in shale plays and weaker geological spots, and a lot of the good geological spots have already been drilled,” Papa explained during a panel discussion at the industry conference CERAweek.

Papa is now the chairman of Schlumberger and made another prediction about U.S. shale production at an industry conference this past January. Trent Jacobs of the Journal of Petroleum Engineering live-tweeted Papa’s comments, which include the warning: “A change is coming.”

And even though the industry is in serious financial trouble, Papa says resource depletion is the bigger issue. Even if investors were foolish enough to continue to loan money to the shale industry, the oil isn’t there to pay back the loans, much less make a profit. “Starvation” and “depletion” are not words used to describe a boom. Will the industry listen to Schlumberger’s warnings in 2020 after ignoring them in 2018?

Jacobs also reported that Papa believes two other large shale basins — the Bakken in North Dakota and Eagle Ford in Texas — have already peaked.

This week, the Journal of Petroleum Technology (JPT) highlighted how quickly shale well production declines and the news isn’t good for the Permian’s prospects. JPT noted that new data reveals a flaw in “[on]e of the key assumptions that justified the long-term economics” of shale wells.

To put it simply, the oil companies promised investors 30 years of oil production, but in reality, the wells dry up much faster than that.

Evidence is building that CEOs promised an amount of Permian oil that very likely isn’t there.

The Shale Boom Is Becoming a Bust

As DeSmog reported last December, the energy analysts at Wood Mackenzie have a very good track record of early and accurate predictions about the shale oil industry. In a webinar on decline relates of Permian oil wells, Wood Mackenzie research director Ben Shattuck outlined a potential future for the oil patch’s well producion.

We’re transitioning to a point in time, where the investment community was enamored of the next well and how big it might be,” Shattuck said. “That has changed for a variety of reasons. One very important reason is the next well might not be bigger. It might be smaller.”

That is one very important reason. And it comes down to geology, the end of tier one acreage, and the industry trying to produce more oil by packing in more wells closer to each other (“child wells” that surround a “parent well”).  All of which results in an oil field beginning to peak in production and then decline.

To be clear, the Permian has not yet peaked. And because companies like Exxon and Chevron are now major players in the region and still have access to the money required for oil production — unlike many other producers — those companies will continue to increase production even if it isn’t profitable. However, both of those companies just delivered disappointing financial results, meaning even that scenario can’t go on forever.

The lack of remaining tier one acreage is something that even Exxon and Chevron can’t change.

The math is simple. If each new well drilled produces less than the earlier, and unprofitable, wells, then the peak is quickly approaching.

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43 Comments on "Peak Permian Oil Production May Arrive Much Sooner Than Expected"

  1. Sissyfuss on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 8:11 am 

    Much sooner than expected. Now where have I heard that clarion call of late? Oh, that’s right, it’s the environment, stupid.

  2. makati1 on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 6:13 pm 

    Cannot happen soon enough! This year would be fine with me. Maybe the dropping price of oil will finally finish off all of the money losers in the industry? We can only hope.

  3. world supremacist muzzies day feb1 2021 on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 6:18 pm 

    what is the point and purpose of high english when virtually all whitey supertards and all infidel supertards can be fooled by some 7th century muzzie supremacists all the time?

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  4. mentally challenged on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 6:22 pm 

    world supremacist muzzies day = juanPee the lunatic

  5. world supremacist muzzies bag day feb1 2021 on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 6:24 pm 

    if 7th century world supremacist muzzies can fool infidel supertards all the time, then infidel supertards are deficient in mental faculty.

    they’re not to be trusted.

    do not attempt to make any sense out of these high enlighs debates. it’s rubish

  6. JuanP is a fool on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 6:30 pm 

    world supremacist muzzies bag day = fool

  7. world supremacist muzzies bag day feb1 2021 on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 6:34 pm 

    a similar scenario exist when whitey supertards trump dismissed navy’s highest officials commanders who are experienced in muzzie burial at sea as muzzies but it’s not a muzzie.

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  8. More Davy ID Fraud and Projections on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 8:15 pm 

    JuanP is a fool on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 6:30 pm

    world supremacist muzzies bag day = fool

  9. More Davy ID Fraud and Projections on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 8:16 pm 

    mentally challenged on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 6:22 pm

    world supremacist muzzies day = juanPee the lunatic

  10. Brent Georgeson on Tue, 4th Feb 2020 9:45 pm 

    Oh man even more bad press on shale oil who would have thought it was going to come to this? https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/8848g5/government-agency-warns-global-oil-industry-is-on-the-brink-of-a-meltdown

    With politics in the US in the state it is in we are not going to do anything about this until it really is to late.

  11. makati1 on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 2:10 am 

    Shale oil/fraking should never have happened. It is the desperation of a dying empire/economy that it was allowed to even begin. Never made a cent of profit.

    Polluted thousands of square miles of land/water/air. Destroyed lives, with more to come as the wells shut down and jobs are lost. Ah well, what can you expect of a dumbeddown, brainwashed greedy people? Not much, I guess.

    Pass the popcorn. The next act is about to begin as Amerika discovers how much they need China. LOL

  12. joe on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 3:52 am 

    the roots of our decline began when globalists unleashed the banks on us by the GLOBALISATION optimists promising us that if we just accept privatisation (‘liberalisation’ to our EU friends) of markets, sectors and companies then we would all be rich. Did it happen? Yes. The generation before the collapse of 2008 experienced the highest ever growth in living standards and economic expansion. Sadly as predicted by the realists it is now the cause of the relative low growth we have now globally. The US is doing well, but this is merely a trick of accounting at thd FED. The is driving low interest rates because higher rates would merely cause the Great Recession to re emerge. One advantage of low rates is that cash is cheap to borrow and thefore risk is low. Thats whats driving the tight oil boom as Hubbert said it would. While Hubbert understood everything about oil, he didnt know much about mkney or how cheap money and technology would make accessable oil sources he knew were there but he thought would never be recovered…..
    The era of cheap money will have a reckoning one day. Anyone investing in a pension is gonna very disappointed in 10 years…..

  13. Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 4:40 am 

    Wow, that was a rewarding night from makato, annoymouse, and juanPee. Lots of brain cells exhibited. You guys wonder why I am here moderating and nuetering the shit. Look at yoursleves last night. Pathetic!

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  14. Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 5:16 am 

    “Coronavirus is going to ‘paralyze China”
    https://tinyurl.com/t2uruox cnbc

    “Economist Mohamed El-Erian is warning investors not to buy declines in the stock market like they might have done before the coronavirus. The outbreak is going to take a major toll on the Chinese economy and hurt global growth, the Allianz chief economic advisor and ex-Pimco CEO told CNBC on Monday. “For a long time I thought the market sentiment was so strong that we could overcome a mounting list of economic uncertainty,” El-Erian said on “Squawk Box.” “But the coronavirus is different. It is big. It’s going to paralyze China. It’s going to cascade throughout the global economy.”

  15. Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 5:21 am 

    “Russia GDP Growth Almost Halves in 2019”
    https://tinyurl.com/syxjyfe Moscow times

    “Russian economy grew 1.3% in 2019, its lowest rate since 2016…Rosstat said growth in the natural resources industries, including the production of gas and gas condensate — which jumped by more than 10% — was the biggest contributor to growth over the year. Russia’s finance aPresident Putin has repeatedly said he wants Russia to grow “faster than the global average,” to ensure Russia’s share of the global economy is not shrinking. However, Russia has not hit that level in any of the last seven years, and even the most optimistic predictions for the Russian economy still predict that headline GDP growth will fall below the expected 3% growth of the global economy.nd insurance sector also expanded by more than 10%, news agency Interfax reported.”

  16. Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 5:26 am 

    “Eurozone GDP – That Recession Might Be Arriving”
    https://tinyurl.com/rknoz7n seeking alpha

    “Summary The European Central Bank has a problem, GDP growth is slowing to the point of recession, but inflation is rising. This doesn’t leave much, if any, room for monetary policy to influence that growth rate. This is over and above the problems with the variability within the eurozone…At which point, my prediction would be that the eurozone economy is just going to stagnate. No, not stagflation – that implies significant inflation without growth – but just an economy that meanders along and gets pretty much nowhere. That’s not a good environment for us as investors, but that’s what I think is going to be happening.”

  17. Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 5:31 am 

    “Shale pioneer John Hess says key U.S. fields starting to plateau”
    https://tinyurl.com/r3k9uto reuters

    “Production in the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas is starting to plateau, while the Bakken field in North Dakota where Hess is a major producer will hit its peak production levels within the next two years, said Hess, who spoke Tuesday in Houston at the Argus Americas Crude Summit. The Permian Basin, the top U.S. shale field in Texas and New Mexico, will plateau in mid-decade and is already facing well interference issues, Hess said.”

  18. Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 5:36 am 

    “Russia Experiences Hottest January in Recorded History”
    https://tinyurl.com/tfj2445 the Moscow times

    “Over 70 Russian cities experienced the hottest January in recorded history this year. For the first time, the average monthly temperature was above freezing in Moscow and St. Petersburg — where temperatures were 9.4 degrees higher than normal. Russia’s Environment Ministry has warned that temperatures in Russia are rising at a faster rate than the rest of the world”

  19. More from the Lunatic on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 6:06 am 

    Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 4:40 am

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    Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 5:21 am

    Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 5:26 am

    Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 5:31 am

    Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 5:36 am

  20. Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 6:17 am 

    JunPee is so very depressed he can’t even make a comment much anymore except by his lunatic muzzie sock. All the dumbasses are falling off into irrelevance. The cloggo, MOBster, juanPee, makato, and annoymouse are no longer legitimate. Maybe now we can get some new blood that offers intelligent conversation on this forum instead of mental illness, cyber stalking, extremist agenda, and stupidity! Bye bye boys, how does it feel to be neutered! ROTFLO. It took a while but we are nearly there! “ouch”

  21. More from the Lunatic on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 6:28 am 

    Davy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 6:17 am

  22. T. Tobias on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 6:32 am 

    DavySkum:

    I’ve never known a he/she like yourself more in need of a thorough total body and mind douche.

    You are looking more and more NUTS by the day.

  23. REAL Green on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 6:35 am 

    Realgreenadaptation.blog approves of this post by Energy Skeptic

    “William Rees: Memo from a Climate Crisis Realist: The Choice before Us”
    https://tinyurl.com/stdrcxy energy skeptic

    So, where might we go from here? A rational world with a good grasp of reality would have begun articulating a long-term wind-down strategy 20 or 30 years ago. The needed global emergency plan would certainly have included most of the 11 realistic responses to the climate crisis listed below — which, even if implemented today would at least slow the coming unravelling. And no, the currently proposed Green New Deal won’t do it. Here, then, is what an effective “Green New Deal” might look like:
    Formal recognition of the end of material growth and the need to reduce the human ecological footprint;
    Acknowledgement that, as long as we remain in overshoot — exploiting essential ecosystems faster than they can regenerate — sustainable production/consumption means less production/consumption;
    Recognition of the theoretical and practical difficulties/impossibility of an all-green quantitatively equivalent energy transition;
    Assistance to communities, families and individuals to facilitate the adoption of sustainable lifestyles (even North Americans lived happily on half the energy per capita in the 1960s that we use today);
    Identification and implementation of strategies (e.g., taxes, fines) to encourage/force individuals and corporations to eliminate unnecessary fossil fuel use and reduce energy waste (half or more of energy “consumed” is wasted through inefficiencies and carelessness);
    Programs to retrain the workforce for constructive employment in the new survival economy;
    Policies to restructure the global and national economies to remain within the remaining “allowable” carbon budget while developing/improving sustainable energy alternatives;
    Processes to allocate the remaining carbon budget (through rationing, quotas, etc.) fairly to essential uses only, such as food production, space/water heating, inter-urban transportation;
    Plans to reduce the need for interregional transportation and increase regional resilience by re-localizing essential economic activity (de-globalization); image atom Don’t Call Me a Pessimist on Climate Change. I Am a Realist read more
    Recognition that equitable sustainability requires fiscal mechanisms for income/wealth redistribution;
    A global population strategy to enable a smooth descent to the two to three billion that could live comfortably indefinitely within the biophysical means of nature.
    “What? A deliberate contraction? That’s not going to happen!” I hear you say. And you are probably correct. It should by now be clear that H. sapiens is not primarily a rational species. But in being correct you only prove me correct. Disastrous climate change and energy shortages are near certainties in this century and global societal collapse a growing possibility that puts billions at risk.

  24. JuanPee sock on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 6:37 am 

    T. Tobias = juanPee mental illness sock

    juanPee, you have not used tobias in a while. I wonder why he blossomed in your mind today? LOL. Mental illness is a strange thing.

  25. tommytommywantshismommy on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 10:26 am 

    US still burning 20+ million barrels a day.. better find some new fields.

  26. Fact Checker on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 10:30 am 

    The above is the stupid South American who is suffering severe mental illness

  27. rockman on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 1:14 pm 

    Of course Permian Basin oil production peaked. In 1974. A quick google search will prove it. At least that’s what all the oil patch experts would have said. At least until 2010.

    Now is the time for the next batch of experts to make their predictions. As pointed out many times before one cannot CORRECTLY call peak oil in any portion of the dynamic until many decades after it occurs. But one can INCORRECTLY call it anytime they choose.

  28. Anonymous on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 8:26 pm 

    I saw similar stories in summer 2017 about the US as a whole. Especially after a couple slow months. Then we added almost 4 MM bopd growth.

    Do the people writing these things even look back for earlier similar predictions that were wrong? And the 2017 articles had all the same memes. Parent child. Capital discipline. Decline curves. Yada, yada.

    I’m not saying a negative article might not be right. But when it’s written with such a lack of perspective, as if these ideas are new to the sun, than that’s a drag.

  29. cloggie on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 9:13 pm 

    i’m happy supertrd rock is back. i hope his new year is still good and muzzies free.
    we’re muzies and muzzies lovers here. for some reason we don’t like anohter muzzie lover which is supetard

    im confused about tis

  30. Duncan Idaho on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 9:27 pm 

    Trump’s acquittal in impeachment ‘trial’ is a glimpse of America’s imploding empire
    (‘normalisation of lawlessness’)
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/feb/05/trump-acquittal-impeachment-trial-america-imploding-empire

  31. Duncan Idaho on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 9:39 pm 

    Senate Republicans acquit Trump in ‘cowardly and disgraceful final act to their show trial’

    https://www.alternet.org/2020/02/senate-republicans-acquit-trump-in-cowardly-and-disgraceful-final-act-to-their-show-trial/

  32. Duncan Idaho on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 9:47 pm 

    Trump Acquitted on Two Articles of Impeachment, The Thuggish Reality-TV Entertainer Will Now Play the Combined Role of King and Mafia Don, Unleashed.

  33. cloggie on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 9:57 pm 

    supertard duncan
    please put the lib urn on the ground gently and walk backward slowly

    i’m still unable to secure a lib urn ..entire cities all stores are cleaned out, no lib urns

    yeah i can get some lib orbs but i’d rather buy some lib urns

    who is buying them all? stop please

  34. lib urns searcher on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 10:00 pm 

    wht the deal guys
    leave some lib urns for a poor guy
    i’m tired of driving all the way out and told no lib urns

    i called in advanced and they say shelves full of lib urns but when i get there all gone

    we all need to share
    sharing is caring

  35. makati1 on Wed, 5th Feb 2020 10:04 pm 

    Gotta keep the suckers on board the sinking ship petroleum. LOL.

  36. joe on Fri, 7th Feb 2020 1:04 am 

    UK moved forward the year when sales of petrol and diesel cars will be banned (hybrids included) to 2035. Sales includes resales i think. So in 15 years all cars in Uk and EU are worthless scrap. No point in Germany having a car industry as battery cars have way fewer moving parts. Going to lose entire sectors of industry and services. No point in car production plants in China/Mexico etc as the global cost of car production rises. Serious challanges lay ahead. Islamic Jihadism in west must be confronted and permanently dealt with, dealing with mass unemployment is also going to be the biggest issue of the next 50 years. As we will be utterly distracted by issues to do with multiculturalism for generations hence the west will totally lose its vibrant edge. Multiculturalism is the self-emololation of society which could not deal with the conept that being anti-emigration was the not the same as being a neo-nazi. Finally we might have turned that corner but its far too late to actually help our situation….
    RIP western Judeo-Christian society which gave the world litterally every modern comfort and medical advancement.

  37. Abraham van Helsing on Fri, 7th Feb 2020 3:36 am 

    “RIP western Judeo-Christian society which gave the world litterally every modern comfort and medical advancement.”

    If you strip Judeo-Christian society from Judeo-Christianity, what you are left with is the white race.

    Rome.

    All the advancements you are so in love with are the result of WHITE achievement, DESPITE Judeo-Christianity.

    Christianity is dead in Europe as a religion, although the Christian morality is still very much alive in its secular offshoot Marxism-Humanism-Human Rights.

    Christianity is dead thanks to science, thanks to great scientists like you Isaac Newton, who was very Christian but was puzzled by the conflict between science and “belief”.

    Now we need to kill Christianity completely and rediscover antiquity, in ourselves.

    https://archive.org/stream/theantichrist19322gut/19322.txt

    Another venue is the only serious intellectual right-wing counterweight to the (((Frankfurter Schule))), the French New Right:

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2019/07/28/alain-de-benoist-on-being-a-pagan/

  38. Abraham van Helsing on Fri, 7th Feb 2020 3:40 am 

    “UK moved forward the year when sales of petrol and diesel cars will be banned (hybrids included) to 2035. Sales includes resales i think. So in 15 years all cars in Uk and EU are worthless scrap.”

    All cars are scrap in 10-15 years time anyway. You can use the old cars to create new ones.

    “No point in Germany having a car industry as battery cars have way fewer moving parts. Going to lose entire sectors of industry and services.”

    Germany will still have an e-car industry, but indeed much smaller than before, which btw is progress. Employment in Germany is way too high anyway. Young women should be expelled from the workplace to go home and do what they are designed for: having children. For that to happen, we need real political change, end feminism and restore the family and kill quick divorce.

  39. Davy on Fri, 7th Feb 2020 4:28 am 

    Note to self: Shut the fuck up you freak (Liar-Hypocrite-Huckster-Spoiled-Arrogant-Selfish-Self-Entitled-Rude-Nasty-Bully)

    Vile and disgusting human being. No surprise the whole rotten and corrupt US system is imploding. It must.

    Purge the skum and start anew.

  40. Davy on Fri, 7th Feb 2020 4:36 am 

    “Christianity is dead in Europe as a religion, although the Christian morality is still very much alive in its secular offshoot Marxism-Humanism-Human Rights. Christianity is dead thanks to science, thanks to great scientists like you Isaac Newton, who was very Christian but was puzzled by the conflict between science and “belief”. Now we need to kill Christianity completely and rediscover antiquity, in ourselves.”

    Not as community and tradition! Christianity fostered science and that is why science is what it is today. Science has killed the planet and the humanity in humans and stupid techtard like you worship it.

  41. Davy on Fri, 7th Feb 2020 4:47 am 

    “Germany will still have an e-car industry, but indeed much smaller than before, which btw is progress. Employment in Germany is way too high anyway. Young women should be expelled from the workplace to go home and do what they are designed for: having children. For that to happen, we need real political change, end feminism and restore the family and kill quick divorce.”

    LOL, Euro liberals are as strong as ever just now there is a strong right-wing challenge. cloggo, women will never sip your coffee so give it a rest. I do agree when a collapse process gets bad the traditional sex rolls will begin to return out of necessity. Home economics is very important in a world that is much poorer. People will be dying sooner so bigger families will be needed again. This is how nature works in succession.

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