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IEA: Renewables Growth Is Stalling

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Renewable energy deployment stalled out last year, raising alarm bells about the pace of the clean energy transition.

In 2018, total deployment of renewable energy stood at about 180 gigawatts (GW), which was the same as the previous year. It was the first time since 2001 that capacity failed to increase year-on-year, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

Adding 180 GW of clean energy is a massive total, but still falls short of what is needed to clean up the electricity sector. It equates to roughly 60 percent of what is needed each year in order to meet long-term climate goals, the IEA said. The agency said that the world needs to add about 300 GW of renewable energy each year through 2030 in order to meet the targets laid out in the Paris Climate Agreement.

Worse, last year, CO2 emissions from energy rose 1.7 percent, setting another record high at 33 Gigatonnes. So, while emissions need to decline sharply, they haven’t even flattened out yet. Renewable energy continues to grow, but so does demand for oil and gas.

“The world cannot afford to press “pause” on the expansion of renewables and governments need to act quickly to correct this situation and enable a faster flow of new projects,” Fatih Birol, the IEA’s Executive Director, said in a statement.

“Thanks to rapidly declining costs, the competitiveness of renewables is no longer heavily tied to financial incentives. What they mainly need are stable policies supported by a long-term vision but also a focus on integrating renewables into power systems in a cost-effective and optimal way. Stop-and-go policies are particularly harmful to markets and jobs,” Birol added.

For the last four years, growth of wind had slowed, but the gap was made up by faster growth from solar. The difference in 2018 was that solar’s exponential growth flattened out. The reason for that lies in China, where the government pared back incentives on solar in order to cut expenditures and cope with grid integration challenges, the IEA said. Still, China added 44 GW of solar last year, the most by far out of any other country and nearly half of the 97 GW global total. But that was down from 53 GW that China installed in 2017.

Costs continue to fall, making renewable energy the cheapest option in many markets, which should ensure strong growth going forward. In the U.S., wind and solar are now cheaper than operating existing coal plants in much of the country. In fact, in April, renewable energy surpassed coal in terms of electricity generation for the first time, accounting for 24 percent of the total, compared to coal’s 20 percent market share.

But, despite the momentum, the transition is not fast enough. A new UN report finds that the world is facing a mass die-off of biodiversity, with as many as one million plant and animal species at risk of extinction. Also, the world is on track to blow through its carbon budget within 12 years.

Because of this urgency, a wave of new policies supporting a faster roll out of electric vehicles and renewable energy is inevitable. At the state level, renewable energy mandates are proliferating. In the Democratic primary for president, candidates are trying to outdo each other in terms of ambition on clean energy and climate change. For instance, what was once considered an extreme position, such as banning oil and gas drilling on public lands, has now become a mainstream position in the Democratic Party, at least for the candidates running for president.

Another example of the shifting Overton window came in late April when former Texas Congressman and presidential contender Beto O’Rourke recently called for $5 trillion in spending over the next 10 years in an effort to cut emissions to zero by 2050. It’s ambitious by any measure, but faced some pushback for not going far enough, which says a lot about the growing concern about climate change. In fact, climate change ranked as the top issue for Democratic voters, according to a recent poll.

The oil and gas industry has enjoyed a golden era under the Trump administration, but it may only be temporary.

By Nick Cunningham of Oilprice.com



54 Comments on "IEA: Renewables Growth Is Stalling"

  1. Robert Inget on Sat, 11th May 2019 9:29 am 

    Our Great Leader maintains AGW is (Chinese) hoax.
    OGL is busy pretending to hold the line on gasoline prices. Promoting greater consumption at the same time ORDERING ZERO EXPORTS from
    Iran and Venezuela. (Venezuelan production may not meet domestic needs)

    In spite of efforts to subdue China’s economy
    China’s crude oil imports jumped over 10 M Bp/d
    as easy as a cow jumping over the moon.

    Trump hates Trade Agreements much prefers import tariffs. Trump expects the EU, Asia, Africa,
    Australia, to support US tariff based trade deals.
    Yet, Trump pulled the US out of;

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership
    The Paris Agreement
    The Iran Deal
    UNESCO
    NAFTA
    United Nations Human Rights Council
    UNRWA (refugee aid)

    Trump put tariffs on CANADA and MEXICO over steel. Trade agreements were arranged but steel and solar panel tariffs remain in place.
    Trump threatened to place tariffs on autos made and sold by US companies in Canada and Mexico.

    Trump insists on ‘going it alone’ and will get no help from Europe in ‘our’ adventures in N. China Sea, N. Vietnam, Iran, Sudan, Yemen, Syria, etc.

    As the name implies, ‘warming’ is a global problem. Unless POTUS begins to grasp that concept fossil fuels consumption will continue to rise making dealing with the inevitable more difficult.

    Tariffs are paid by Americans, not Chinese, Mexicans, Canadians, Japanese.

    “Good News”
    As FF prices reach skyward, demand for alternative energy sources follow.

  2. Cloggie on Sat, 11th May 2019 9:42 am 

    A temporary lull in renewable energy growth is to be expected. The world meanwhile has the technology to produce renewable electricity at affordable prices. What is in dire need is the possibility to store highly fluctuating supply of renewable electricity, Many very promising options exist but the all need further development. Could take a few years.

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2019/05/11/state-of-the-art-electric-energy-storage-technologies/

  3. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 9:58 am 

    “A temporary lull in renewable energy growth is to be expected.”
    LMFAO at the reality busting cloggo is taking. Why? Because this guy has been cheerleading energy is not a problem and a KW is a KW regardless of cost or circumstance. He has been telling us of massive drops in cost with a corresponding explosive growth in construction. This is reality smacking the cloggo upside the head which he needs routinely because of his obsessive broadcasting of unsupported fantasy.

    “The world meanwhile has the technology to produce renewable electricity at affordable prices. What is in dire need is the possibility to store highly fluctuating supply of renewable electricity, Many very promising options exist but the all need further development. Could take a few years.”
    Cloggo can be a nice pet once he has a leach on him. Humility and moderation do wonders for personalities. If only his white Natzi stink could be washed off the guy would not be so bad.

  4. Sissyfuss on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:11 am 

    Davy, his natzi stench dwells in the primitive portion of his aging brain. It would take a strong power washer set at 3000 psi to cleanse that rancid piece of pork. And he doesn’t equate Trumpski’s fossil fueled energy orgy with a loss of interest in renewables. Trump is diametrically opposed to Clogntive Dissonances agenda but the Clog is too busy sucking mushrooms to notice.

  5. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:13 am 

    Oops, leash. I meant to say leash.

    Stupid cellphone spell chekker.

  6. Sissyfuss on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:26 am 

    Leash that leach, whatever it takes.

  7. JuanP on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:29 am 

    more juanp low IQ posts. Does juanpee have a brain that can debate issues or just a reflex to stalk and prick.

    Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:13 am

  8. Not Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:31 am 

    It’s Nazi.

    If y’all need to use immature ad hominem attacks at least lurning how to spell it write.

    dumbasses

  9. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:33 am 

    more davy low IQ posts. Does davy have a brain that can debate issues or just a reflex to stalk and prick.

    JuanP on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:29 am

  10. JuanP on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:39 am 

    more juanp stalking and pricking because you know he is triggered and angry. His depression makes him angry so he stalk and pricks to feel better

    Not Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:31 am
    Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:33 am

  11. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:59 am 

    more davy stalking and pricking because you know he is triggered and angry. His depression makes him angry so he stalk and pricks to feel better

    JuanP on Sat, 11th May 2019 10:39 am

  12. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 11:03 am 

    Lol, now you are catching on to you illness. Get help JuanP

  13. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 11:11 am 

    Oops, I meant to say ‘your’. I hate this fucking fone.

  14. JuanP on Sat, 11th May 2019 11:13 am 

    JuanP noise

    Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 11:11 am

  15. Cloggie on Sat, 11th May 2019 11:32 am 

    It’s Nazi.

    If y’all need to use immature ad hominem attacks at least lurning how to spell it write.

    dumbasses

    Actually it isn’t, it is National-Socialist.

    The snarl “Nazi” is an Anglo-Zionist smear-word.

    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Nazi

    A homonymic term Nazi was in use before the rise of the NSDAP in Bavaria as a pet name for Ignaz and (by extension from that) a derogatory word for a backwards peasant, which may have influenced the use of that abbreviation by the Nazis’ opponents and its avoidance by the Nazis themselves.

    “Natzi” is minted to:

    a) make a mockery of the limited Anglo talent for foreign languages and
    b) to indicate that we are talking about the Hollywood interpretation of the most demonized people in world history (the people of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, moonlandings, etc.) by the Johnny Cash people:

    https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/maafanficuniverse/images/1/18/NZ4.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20151023045015

    Ah well, people approaching a 1989 waterfall of their own, won’t be projecting power much. Empire dave types thought they could have a vacation from Darwinian reality, by glorifying “beautiful Amazonians”…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LT9YKjn67Og

    …(who apparently are going to “take their country back”) and others, all the while being attacked by the likes of anonymous1, as a reminder that you can never take vacation from Darwinian reality.

    But empire dave doesn’t like reality that much. Reality is too difficult for this dreamer.

  16. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 11:39 am 

    Cloggo, for you it is Natzi because you are a bitch. I do that on purpose but obviously you are not clever enough to get
    It.

  17. Cloggie on Sat, 11th May 2019 11:46 am 

    Cloggo, for you it is Natzi because you are a bitch.

    I admit I don’t understand this sentence, but I’m sure it’s deep, as it is coming straight out of the Ozarks, the land of the Uebermensch.

    https://www.tias.com/stores/tyrem/origpics/p13309a.jpg

  18. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 11:48 am 

    As deep as a white Natzi racist can get, cloggo

  19. Cloggie on Sat, 11th May 2019 12:10 pm 

    Empire dave loves spreading the words “raysist” and “natzi” around, as he is a real virtue signaler. He constructs empty sentences around those words, just to get them launched. Makes him all warm and fuzzy, all the while looking over his tiny shoulder to see if he gets the approval of his masters. He does. Good goy.

    We in Eurasia should not be too sad about the immanent collapse of his society. The trouble with empire dave is that you can’t run a civilization on virtue signaling, while his adversaries are taking over his country:

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2017/10/26/the-new-america/

    The day will come that empire dave will be begging on his knees for help from Europe.

    Obviously the 640 million of PBM are going to provide that help and take over 120 million or so from the kikes. The rest they can keep and achieve some implementation of Kunstler’s vision of the future of America, as depicted in his “World made by Hand”:

    https://peakfuture.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/wmbh_012.jpg

  20. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 12:33 pm 

    “Empire dave loves spreading the words “raysist” and “natzi” around, as he is a real virtue signaler.”
    Come one cloggo, if you are so proud of Hitler, Natzis, and the white raysists then quit feeling so guilty. Just be proud of yourself, instead you cower with unconscious guilt because you know Naztis were not victims and your Fuhrer was a megalomaniac that directly and indirectly killed millions. Quit your nonsense, bitch.

    “We in Eurasia should not be too sad about the immanent collapse of his society. The trouble with empire dave is that you can’t run a civilization on virtue signaling, while his adversaries are taking over his country:”
    Cloggo, how about you worry about your postage stamp city state and I will worry about my country and local. I get sick and tired of you telling me who I am, bitch.

    “The day will come that empire dave will be begging on his knees for help from Europe.”
    Sure thang cloggo, you can let your fancy run wild but it still is not reality. Fantasize all you like, bitch.

    “Obviously the 640 million of PBM are going to provide that help and take over 120 million or so from the kikes.”
    Earth to cloggo, there is no PBM!!

  21. Sunspot on Sat, 11th May 2019 1:44 pm 

    Hate to say it again, but any notion of an “energy transition” to “renewables” is pure myth. Fossil fuel use worldwide is increasing. We haven’t “replaced” one single barrel of oil, we are using every drop we can get our hands on, in addition to all the “renewable” energy we can get. We are NOT “transitioning” to anything!! (except extinction)

  22. I AM THE MOB on Sat, 11th May 2019 2:50 pm 

    Israeli TV claims Iran weighing attack on Saudi oil production facilities

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-tv-claims-iran-weighing-attack-on-saudi-oil-production-facilities/?fbclid=IwAR2hOauxsYM5U429ytNiHIgq7GTgTxc10SdLyOFvKcUDNmDbf-kwrF_C2Fs

    false flag?

    Irans oil will soon be America’s!

  23. print baby print on Sat, 11th May 2019 2:53 pm 

    Sunspot bull eyes excellent

  24. joe on Sat, 11th May 2019 3:03 pm 

    It’s all well and good to predict Iran’s doom. However I wonder where the US will get the 500,000 troops it’s gonna need to topple and then occupy Iran. A bombing campaign will secure the regime not end it. The US does not seem to have learned much from Vietnam or it’s failure/defeat in Iraq….

    Not to mention that the US is negotiating with the Taliban since it can’t even beat a bunch of opium peddlers..
    Failure, defeat and doing Israel’s/Saudi Arabias fighting will not ultimately prevent the global conflict that’s coming.

  25. I AM THE MOB on Sat, 11th May 2019 3:11 pm 

    Renewable’s peaked before peak oil! Oh the irony..

    LOL

  26. Cloggie on Sat, 11th May 2019 4:25 pm 

    Renewable’s peaked before peak oil! Oh the irony..
    LOL

    In 2018, 180 GW installed, low-IQ moron.

  27. Cloggie on Sat, 11th May 2019 4:33 pm 

    “It’s all well and good to predict Iran’s doom. However I wonder where the US will get the 500,000 troops it’s gonna need to topple and then occupy Iran. A bombing campaign will secure the regime not end it. The US does not seem to have learned much from Vietnam or it’s failure/defeat in Iraq….”

    They won’t.

    It is going to be yet another humiliation for the US. Chinese and Russians won’t let the rape of Iran happen. Instead the empire will die if a real clash would occur and the US are beaten to pulp in the Gulf. Navies no longer have any military relevance.

  28. Famlin on Sat, 11th May 2019 6:22 pm 

    180 GW is a massive growth and this happened despite a big cut in subsidies.
    Whenever subsidies are cut, there will be a temporary dip and immediately the market will get adjusted and start increasing.

    And IEA is using this opportunity to claim that renewable energy is stalled. This is absolutely false.

    After all IEA is controlled by big oil, just wait and see.

  29. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 6:32 pm 

    “It’s all well and good to predict Iran’s doom. However I wonder where the US will get the 500,000 troops it’s gonna need to topple and then occupy Iran. ”

    Come on joe, the US if it goes to war will have no intention of occupying land. It might occupy some strategic spot but a country, no chance. This war will be about degrading capabilities. Anyone with half a military brain would understand this. It is the likes of cloggo that fantasize about a China occupying Australia nonsense and so forth. The scale of these actions don’t work these days.

  30. I AM THE MOB on Sat, 11th May 2019 6:59 pm 

    Famlin

    My dick is a massive growth inside your mom..

    Renewable energy ‘simply won’t work’: Top Google engineers

    Windmills, solar, tidal – all a ‘false hope’, say Stanford PhDs

    https://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/11/21/renewable_energy_simply_wont_work_google_renewables_engineers/

  31. I AM THE MOB on Sat, 11th May 2019 7:01 pm 

    Clogg

    Its all about that oil my blind friend..

    They don’t want to take over the country they just want the leaders head on a stake..And then they will let the multinational oil companies take over the oil reserves..Just like they did in Iraq and Libya!

    If you are lucky you and Europe might get some fleeing migrants like Italy and Spain after Libya!

    LOL

  32. I AM THE MOB on Sat, 11th May 2019 7:02 pm 

    Sorry clogg forgot a link

    https://imgur.com/a/z7GHKux

    HAHAHAH!

  33. I AM THE MOB on Sat, 11th May 2019 7:08 pm 

    What two countries- are the ALL-TIME MASTERS of the false flag operation?

    If you don’t know the answer, I suggest paying close attention to coming events, because the dynamic duo is about to pull off another one..

  34. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 7:13 pm 

    “What two countries- are the ALL-TIME MASTERS of the false flag operation?”

    Easy peasy MOB. Isreal and the Jewnighted States. Saudi Arabia would be #3. Another one of are allies.

  35. Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 7:17 pm 

    MOB

    Your dick is bigger then mine but that isn’t saying much. Juanpees dick is bigger then both of our dicks put together.

  36. A JuanP conversation on Sat, 11th May 2019 7:24 pm 

    Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 7:17 pm
    JuanP said:
    MOB Your dick is bigger then mine but that isn’t saying much. Juanpees dick is bigger then both of our dicks put together.

    Davy said:
    JuanP, what is the reason for your sexual hang up? Are you starved for sex? You really are a weirdo.

  37. A JuanP conversation on Sat, 11th May 2019 7:26 pm 

    Davy on Sat, 11th May 2019 7:13 pm
    JuanP said:
    “What two countries- are the ALL-TIME MASTERS of the false flag operation?” Easy peasy MOB. Isreal and the Jewnighted States. Saudi Arabia would be #3. Another one of are allies.

    Davy said:
    JuanP, I think you are stupid.

  38. A Davy conservation on Sat, 11th May 2019 7:39 pm 

    Not JuanP said:

    Davy, everyone here knows you’re stupid.

    dumbass

  39. Cloggie on Sun, 12th May 2019 6:16 am 

    Sorry clogg forgot a link

    https://imgur.com/a/z7GHKux

    HAHAHAH!

    Mobby has probably missed that currently hardly a single invader is making it into Europe, thanks to Salvini and the Balkan states and their fences.

    The problem has been solved, Merkel can protest as much as she wants, nobody is listening anymore. She is on the way out.

    Europe is moving to the right. Heil Vlad.lol

  40. I AM THE MOB on Sun, 12th May 2019 6:30 am 

    Clogg

    Good, soon you will find out that none of your problems had anything to do with immigrants to start with..It has to do with lack of GDP growth..Because your region’s economy peaked over 40 years ago..

    Europe GDP 1973 (5.4%) peak year

    Europe GDP 2016 (1.7%)

    Source: World Bank
    https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.PCAP.KD.ZG?locati&locations=EU

  41. Cloggie on Sun, 12th May 2019 7:00 am 

    Your point?

    Over the whole year 2018, GDP rose by 1.8% in the euro area and by 1.9% in the EU28, based on seasonally and calendar adjusted quarterly data. The annual growth rate for 2017 was +2.4% for both the euro area and the EU28.

    https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/2995521/9573370/2-14022019-AP-EN.pdf/74195ad7-ce17-4c2f-b86c-c990c938bf30

    We’re fine, thank you very much.

    A population that doesn’t grow, doesn’t need economic growth, that is causing only more problems. We will remain as stinking rich as we already were. That’s good enough.

  42. Davy on Sun, 12th May 2019 7:19 am 

    “The EU Is “The Embodiment Of Bureaucratic Hubris”
    https://tinyurl.com/yyh2lbun mises institute

    “Dr. Markus Krall, managing director of the consulting firm goetzpartners. He is also the author of two bestselling books on economics, monetary policy and geopolitics: “The Draghi-Crash” and “When Black Swans Multiply”. Additionally, he is a regular columnist for several of Germany’s leading print and online publications where he focuses on monetary policy and European affairs.”

    “When the Euro was introduced and for a number of years, I did not perceive the common currency to be the problem and time bomb it later turned out to be. When the Euro was introduced in 1999, I mainly perceived it as an opportunity to reduce the transaction costs of intra-European trade and therefore a good thing. My awareness of the inescapable tensions a fixed exchange rate regime would introduce to a severely suboptimal currency area, which the Eurozone resembles, was underdeveloped to put it mildly. Also, back in the 90’s, I did view the EU and the integration it was driving as a force of free trade and thus believed it to be a good thing.”

    “Today’s EU is the embodiment of bureaucratic hubris. The second element was the mind-boggling mishandling of the Euro-crisis, as it was born out of the global financial crisis which laid bare the intrinsic tensions, weaknesses and governance deficits of the Eurozone. The answers presented in the face of the crisis were not an improvement on these deficits. They rather aggravated and deepened them. Instead of addressing the governance issues and adverse incentives, the answer of European politicians was to plaster over the problems”

    “Firstly, the artificially low-interest rates have depressed the number of defaults. Companies which should have been sent into bankruptcy have been kept alive by the subsidy of zero interest rates. They now make up around 15% of all companies in Europe. These are zombie companies: dead, but walking and they have been the recipients of large sums of loans which are zombie loans. They will sooner or later fall in a big wave of defaults. Banks are not prepared to absorb this shock. Secondly, the flat yield curve has eroded the business model of commercial banking by destroying the interest margins on savings and maturity transformation. The escape route to hand out more credit has only depressed the credit margins too and accelerated the accumulation of bad credit in the form of the above-mentioned zombie-loans. Various accounting tricks have been used to hide this for years, but the reserves covering the growing gap are now largely consumed and the problem bubbles to the surface. Thirdly, the accumulation of zombie companies is a drag on the economy’s productivity growth which itself is the only source of long-term growth. No demand stimulus can replace that. The resulting slowdown of productivity growth translates into overall anemic growth rates for Europe’s economy. Thus, we cannot grow out of our debt problem, but are dragged into the swamp by the cure we try to apply.”

  43. Cloggie on Sun, 12th May 2019 8:02 am 

    “The EU Is “The Embodiment Of Bureaucratic Hubris”

    Every government body is by definition bureaucratic. That applies to the US, Russia, Japan, UK and yes the EU.

    However, the EU is ultra-thin, as compared to the others: 30,000 civil servants and ca 1% EU GDP budget.

    This Krall chap is the lone Cassandra with a book to sell with sensationalist message, empire dave comes up with after googling for the demise of the euro. On the internet you can find any opinion you want, including the rebutal of Krall, nota bene from a fellow “Austrian”:

    http://austrian-institute.org/draghi-crash-in-raten/

    Keep googling for us, empire dave.lol

  44. Davy on Sun, 12th May 2019 8:20 am 

    This is for cloggo and I agree that Europe has to protect its traditions. Looks like it upset the liberal rag Bloomberg though. LOL.

    “Europe’s Newest Finance Minister Wants to Keep His Country White”
    https://tinyurl.com/y2n3y7ra Bloomberg

    “He wants to keep his country racially pure and makes gestures used by white supremacists. And this week he will sit down with the rest of the euro region’s finance ministers. The new man in charge of Estonia’s national wallet, Martin Helme, will take his seat for the first time at the heart of the continent’s mainstream policy-making at the Eurogroup meeting in Brussels on May 16. He’s a member of the anti-immigrant EKRE party that secured some of the Baltic country’s key government positions after winning 18% support in a March election. Located on the European Union’s eastern frontier with Russia, Estonia is the latest triumph for a growing band of anti-immigrant populists from Rome to Helsinki. Led by Italy’s deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, they’re looking to make inroads in votes for the European Parliament this month.”

  45. Cloggie on Sun, 12th May 2019 8:33 am 

    Salvini no longer wants to destroy the EU, Italians don’t want that. France, same story. Instead Salvini wants to reform the EU:

    – No immigration
    – Law and order
    – Europe of the fatherlands, no EU superstate
    – All populists minus Poland, love Russia

    https://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/europawahl-wie-lega-chef-matteo-salvini-die-eu-umbauen-will-a-1266786.html

    Possible score: 200 out of 751 seats.

    No, the populists won’t take over the EU, thank God. But they surely are going to make a mark and if they are ignored, they will only grow.

    Real change will come if in Germany the CDU and AfD form a coalition government, like already happened in Austria. States in East-Germany are ready for that.

    The trend in Europe is everywhere the same: the little man (deplorable) is defecting from multicult socialists towards the populists, just like in Weimar times, they were defecting from communists to national-socialists.

  46. Davy on Sun, 12th May 2019 8:36 am 

    “Salvini no longer wants to destroy the EU, Italians don’t want that. France, same story. Instead Salvini wants to reform the EU:”

    What will destroy the EU is above any individual or public opinion but cloggo assures himself otherwise. All is well because Salvini says so. LMFAO again at the cloggo.

  47. Cloggie on Sun, 12th May 2019 8:47 am 

    Do I hear a Llama shitting?

    Anyway, everybody is talking about storage of electricity… batteries, hydroge, etc.

    But storage of thermal energy is just as important.
    The Fraunhofer institute is working on it:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2019/05/12/chemical-and-sorptive-thermal-storage-methods/

  48. I AM THE MOB on Sun, 12th May 2019 9:13 am 

    Clogg

    My point is your region is in deep shit..Within the next ten years your GDP will be trending towards zero..And your region is the second largest oil importer with a massive global oil shortage coming..

    If the left don’t get ya, the right sure will!

    I hope you enjoy the banana boat ride to another country..Karma is going to teach you a lesson!

    HAHAHA!

  49. I AM THE MOB on Sun, 12th May 2019 9:22 am 

    Dear reader,

    What two countries- are the ALL-TIME MASTERS of the false flag operation?

    If you don’t know the answer, I suggest paying close attention to coming events, because the dynamic duo is about to pull off another one..

    This will be the mother of all..Goodbye mother Russia

  50. Cloggie on Sun, 12th May 2019 10:37 am 

    If you don’t know the answer, I suggest paying close attention to coming events, because the dynamic duo is about to pull off another one..

    Our mobby represents exactly what the US deep state thinks.

    Dynamic duo? US and Israel of course.

    It’s that time of the year again.

    https://www.biblebelievers.org.au/expelled.htm

    Even slow lane Americans could eventually set themselves to doing what is necessary, right? Or should we do it for you, we are terribly good at these people, see link.

    But remember folks, the more we need do for you, the more we are going to own you, after the break. We could arrive at the conclusion that 1776 was a mistake.

    This will be the mother of all..Goodbye mother Russia

    Perhaps we skip the train session this time.

    Voltaire on “neocons”: “They are, all of them, born with raging fanaticism in their hearts, just as the Bretons and the Germans are born with blond hair. I would not be in the least bit surprised if these people would not some day become deadly to the human race.””

    “Are we dangerous or what?”, right mobby?

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