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John Bolton likely to turn up heat on Iran and boost oil prices

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  • The appointment of John Bolton as his national security advisor signals President Trump is now looking to pursue a more hard-line approach against U.S. adversaries, like Iran or Venezuela.
  • Bolton, a former U.N. ambassador, has said the U.S. should act pre-emptively against North Korean and Iranian nuclear programs, and his arrival makes it more likely the U.S. will drop out of the Iran nuclear deal.
  • Oil should begin to react to geopolitical pressures around the May 12 renewal deadline for the Iranian deal and when Venezuela goes to the polls later in the month, according to analysts.

President Donald Trump‘s pick for national security advisor signals a willingness by the administration to take a more aggressive stand against U.S. adversaries like Iran or Venezuela —and that could mean higher oil prices in the very near future.

Analysts said the appointment of John Bolton, former U.N. ambassador, makes it even more likely that the Trump administration will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal when it is up for review in May, and tensions could ramp up against the Middle Eastern country. Bolton succeeds H.R. McMaster, who resigned.

“I can’t think of a more hawkish appointment than John Bolton,” said Helima Croft, global head of commodity strategy at RBC. “He’s a powerful advocate for a confrontational approach.”

Croft also said the appointment leaves the question of whether Defense Secretary James Mattis looks like he’s the only one representing a moderate foreign policy at this point. “Are the Iranians seeing the writing on the wall? Will they curb their activities? His appointment should put the fear of God in them, but who knows.”

Bolton has advocated for pre-emptive action against both Iran and North Korea because of their nuclear programs. His first act may be to successfully encourage Trump to end the Iran nuclear deal, struck with Iran by the U.S., some members of the European Union and other countries as a way to curb its nuclear program in return for ending sanctions on the country, including its oil.

Mattis and former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had been reluctant to abandon the Iran deal, which also included China and Russia. Further financial sanctions against the country have also been discussed.

Venezuela’s economic crisis is complicating matters and damaging its energy production capabilities. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is running for re-election despite the objections of the U.S. and other countries that the election is unfair. Venezuelan oil already is coming off the market, and could continue to decline as the country’s energy infrastructure deteriorates.

“Even if it’s just additional sanctions on Iran, that could hurt investment in the country and reduce flows of their oil. The market would really miss their oil this time around because of Venezuela,” said John Kilduff of Again Capital. “Because of Iran’s advanced ballistic missile capabilities, the other countries have offered additional sanctions to try to keep Trump in the nuclear pact.”

Oil prices were higher Friday, with West Texas Intermediate futures trading over $65, a nearly 2 percent gain. Gold, benefiting Friday from fears about trade wars, could also gain if the U.S. becomes more aggressive, not just with Iran but others like Venezuela or North Korea. Gold futures for April rose 1.5 percent Friday, to $1,347 per ounce.

Croft said May will be important for oil prices, with the Iran deal up for renewal May 12 and the Venezuela election on May 20. “If they go forward with those elections, we could see much more coercive economic policies toward Venezuela. That’s when the oil market might start paying attention,” she said.

“The oil market is underappreciating the importance of the personnel changes,” she added. “They’re underpricing the personnel changes.”

Global oil demand has been improving and the pact between OPEC and Russia has helped steady prices and send them higher. Growing U.S. production from shale fields like the Permian Basin has added supply while Russia and Saudi Arabia have reduced theirs.

Kilduff said geopolitical tensions have moved prices higher recently, including anti-Iranian comments from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, who said that if Iran develops a nuclear weapon, so will Saudi Arabia.

In an interview on CBS’ “60 Minutes,” the prince also compared Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, to Adolph Hitler. The prince is currently in the U.S., and met with Trump earlier this week.

Saudi Arabia and Iran are engaged in a proxy war in Yemen, and are at odds on Syria, which Iran has supported.

Croft said if the U.S. drops out of the nuclear deal it could take an even harsher posture toward Iran. “The question is, are we talking about efforts to economically isolate Iran, or are we talking about efforts to change the regime?” she said. “This is where the Permian makes things different. If this had been 2010, oil would be much higher. There’s a view that U.S. short cycle oil makes a difference. We could just make up for anything.”

But Croft doesn’t see proof that U.S. shale could make up for a shortfall in the world market.

“I haven’t gotten any evidence,” she said. “I don’t see any signs that OPEC is going to be quick to rush in and save things.” She said with the changes in Washington, it’s possible there could be 200,000 to 300,000 Iranian barrels off the market by the fourth quarter, and Venezuelan production losses could total 1 million barrels.

Bolton served in the Reagan administration, and President George W. Bush named him undersecretary of state for arms control and international security. Bush also appointed him as his representative to the U.N., which Bolton called irrelevant. Ultimately, Congress blocked his confirmation and he had to step down from that role.

“Bolton is the hawk’s hawk,” wrote Cliff Kupchan, chairman of Eurasia Group. He noted that besides pushing for pre-emptive strikes on North Korea’s nuclear program, he has criticized the planned Trump-Kim Jong Un summit as useless.

“He’s a fierce opponent of the Iran nuclear deal. In 2015, before the deal, Bolton penned an op-ed titled ‘To Stop Iran’s Bomb, Bomb Iran.’ Bolton’s appointment will likely make US policy on both hot-button issues more hardline,” added Kupchan. “At least on the margins, the chance of a strike on North Korea goes up, of successful US-North Korea diplomacy goes down, and the Iran deal is in even more trouble.”

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221 Comments on "John Bolton likely to turn up heat on Iran and boost oil prices"

  1. Cloggie on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 1:07 pm 

    “Nedernazi, you need to address your comment to greggie. I bet you thought he was in bed with you. Looks like he is now rejecting you. I know, he waffles around depending on the day and his mood. He is a squirrelly little shit. He is unsure of his sexuality too.”

    Fine. Meathead, Greg, millikike… give me one name and proof. Put up or shut up. The time to piss on Europe is over.

  2. Davy on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 1:13 pm 

    Wow, nedernazi, that was a quickie. Here I thought you two were tight.

  3. MASTERMIND on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 1:24 pm 

    Behold the Master Race!
    https://imgur.com/a/BN6Xq

    This is how you treat a Fascist!
    https://i.imgur.com/PVa60tN.gifv

    Richard Spencer gets blasted by AntiFa!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlUxCsQMuwY

    The average alt right troll!
    https://i.redd.it/a0khhp8vnxm01.jpg

  4. Cloggie on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 1:40 pm 

    “Wow, nedernazi, that was a quickie. Here I thought you two were tight.”

    I am my own man and so is Greg. We have overlapping views and opposing views. I am not in the buddy-thingy or aiming at alliances or trying to sex up my social life. You get my views unfiltered, the way I see it, the consequences be damned. I am admittedly a propagandist of:

    – renewable energy
    – global pan-Europeanism
    – green-right policies
    – historic revisionism
    – less Christianity, more Antiquity
    – replacing the West with the North with Europe carrying most of the burden
    – continental European confederation, incl Russia
    – restauration European grandeur

    …but I only push what I believe in.

  5. Davy on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 2:04 pm 

    Nedernazi, apologizing is so not like you

  6. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 2:35 pm 

    “Nedernazi, you need to address your comment to greggie. I bet you thought he was in bed with you. Looks like he is now rejecting you. I know, he waffles around depending on the day and his mood. He is a squirrelly little shit. He is unsure of his sexuality too.”

    More of your usual name calling, childish rhetoric, and delusional accusations Davy.

    Absolutely nothing of substance.

  7. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 2:44 pm 

    “I am my own man and so is Greg. We have overlapping views and opposing views.’

    Exactly what debate and discussions are all about. If everyone held the same views and opinions, and nobody had an open mind or the desire to search for the truth, we’d all still be living on a flat Earth, in caves.

  8. Davy on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 2:50 pm 

    Greggie, I think we do have substance. You went from agreeing with the nedernazi to disagreeing on a very black and white topic and true to form you waffled back and forth according to your position de jure.

  9. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 2:57 pm 

    There is no such thing as a black and white topic Davy, unless one has a closed mind. And the moment that one’s mind becomes closed, when he thinks that he knows everything, is the very moment that he stops learning.

  10. Davy on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 3:50 pm 

    Greggie, Hitler is a victim or not, come on waffler be honest. I know that is hard for you.

  11. Cloggie on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 4:12 pm 

    Greggie, Hitler is a victim or not, come on waffler be honest. I know that is hard for you.

    Meathead tries to create the illusion he controls the debate. He doesn’t.

    Yes, Hitler and Germany were the victim of the rape, planned in Washington, Moscow and London since the mid-thirties. Here is the proof:

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2017/09/25/chamberlain-and-the-forrestal-diaries/

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2017/09/25/bullitt-reveals-in-april-1939-that-war-has-been-decided-upon/

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2017/09/26/justice-jackson-has-to-admit/

    https://documents1940.wordpress.com/2017/09/27/churchill-stalin-alliance-as-of-1934/

    So what is your defense against the accusation that the US deep state planned the mass murder of the Germans since 1933?

    https://imgur.com/gallery/lvYlbWC

    Because that is what happened. And America has behaved like this ever since. And now the world is going to deal with the yapper.

    Stupid Meathead, brings up WW2 again. And now he is twisted again in his undies for everybody to see. And again he needs to weasel himself out of his self-created predicament.

    #BeerAndPopcorn

  12. Davy on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 4:14 pm 

    Shut up Nazi, we get your spam on the subject 24/7/365. Geeze!

  13. Cloggie on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 4:15 pm 

    Austria refuses to expel Russian diplomats:

    https://www.rt.com/news/422393-austria-refuses-expel-russian-diplomats/

    Austria also reaffirmed it doesn’t want to see Turkey become a member of the EU.

    You can always count on Austria.lol

  14. Cloggie on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 4:17 pm 

    Shut up Nazi, we get your spam on the subject 24/7/365. Geeze!

    See, no answer what soever. Sheer intellectual impotence. Cerebral midget. To weak to defend his country… because he has no arguments.

    Lame dick alert.ROFL.

  15. joe on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 4:27 pm 

    Austria is right. Turkey is a very corrupt country with a very low gdp in a geopolitical unstable region. Perfect for helping the Germans devalue the euro, think of all the forced loans they could give them. No wonder Merkel wants them in.

  16. Cloggie on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 4:28 pm 

    Oh la la! Rocket Man visits Beijing!

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-03-26/north-korean-leader-kim-jong-un-is-said-to-be-visiting-china

    Threat of war between China/Russia/Iran/North-Korea vs the US, so they need to consult.

    Very interesting will be the attitude of Turkey. They could team up with Iran and Qatar (which is what they already did over the Qatar standoff) and overthrow the weak KSA-regime and take over the entire Middle-East and cut off oil-supply to EU US-vassal regimes, leaving it at the mercy of Russian oil only.

    http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-03/26/c_137064704.htm

  17. Antius on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 4:43 pm 

    “Threat of war between China/Russia/Iran/North-Korea vs the US, so they need to consult.”

    War remains unlikely. Whilst I won’t pretend to fully understand the full complexities of the US-UK insanity towards Russia, these countries depend upon each other too much to risk disrupting the economic lifelines. But as the economic pie begins to shrink globally, as it clearly is, tensions are building. The U.S. is looking for someone to blame and China realises that with it’s economy facing a debt crisis and an end to growth, it is approaching a now or never moment with Taiwan.

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/in-china-a-strategy-born-of-weakness_us_59666720e4b0524d8fa7fa5e

  18. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 5:29 pm 

    “When diplomacy ends, War begins.”

    -Adolf Hitler

    These are all the countries that are expelling Russian diplomats

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/26/europe/full-list-of-russian-diplomats-expelled-over-s-intl/index.html

  19. Davy on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 5:46 pm 

    Greggie showing his admiration and where his loyalties are.

  20. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 5:50 pm 

    Davy with more of his usual name calling, childish rhetoric, and delusional accusations.

  21. Davy on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 6:02 pm 

    Translation: I love pricking Davy but when he pricks me back it sucks. Lol. Greggie, you are a piece of work!

  22. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 6:19 pm 

    Hitler died 16 years before I was even born Davy, and I lost an uncle, and my grandfather in WW2, fighting the Germans.

  23. fmr-paultard on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 6:21 pm 

    from the philosophical perspective supertards is on the right tract. without moderation, women would be denied partition in any fight. we know women are information gatherers and some of the supertards are females gathering information on terrorists.

    another fireside chat

  24. fmr-paultard on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 6:24 pm 

    guys please don’t join any cult like that guy who branded women. it’s easy to fall into the circle of cults. this is a bit extreme but if you consider being part of eurotard’s worship you need to have luke 22:36 ready with you in case you disagree with them.

    as elderly even supertards we are succeptible to scams and cultism. recall mollyneux created a cult around growing the tree of shekles for himself peddling white supremacism? eurotard is recruiting you.

    look ma i don’t receive shekles from russian govt. and never asked for domations. in fact i’d rather you use the money and get scamed elsewhere. yes you need to be scammed to get hurt and as a reminder that you’re under constant attack.

  25. Davy on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 6:26 pm 

    Good for you greggi, apologizing is great therepy. It’s ok we all make mistakes and are easily mistaken.

  26. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 6:36 pm 

    “Good for you greggi, apologizing is great therepy. It’s ok we all make mistakes and are easily mistaken.”

    You really need to get your meds adjusted Davy.

  27. Davy on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 6:56 pm 

    translation: got me….

  28. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 7:07 pm 

    You’re getting nuttier by the day Davy.

  29. Davy on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 7:35 pm 

    greggie, the first thing you did this morning was to prick me. I think you are the nutter. You are obviously an obsessive prick. I avoid you if I can because you are a disgusting personality that is unimaginative and self-serving. You think you are special and deserve respect but you don’t. You are a fake. Since you insist on pricking me then I am going to prick you back. The problem is you selfish prick, is the others on this board who get tired of this shit. greggie, do you care about others or is your pricking obsession too much to control?

  30. fmr-paultard on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 7:44 pm 

    greg what attracted you to nazism? do you think it can be revised?
    ISIS destroyed the idea of a caliphate you think it ever has a chance (the idea) to come up again?

    NEVER

    should’d listen to al-Zawahiri and be patient. baghdadi was a terminal tard degreed like you.

  31. MASTERMIND on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 8:22 pm 

    Richard Spencer banned from 26 countries in Europe

    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/361677-richard-spencer-banned-from-26-countries-in-europe

  32. fmr-paultard on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 8:52 pm 

    ^mm^ why would he banned? it would better to have him fly and contributes to economic activities. be careful when you interfere with supertards plan or we don’t have an economy. that’s a good way to become russia or china and resort to shogun policy and not much else. also please distinguish between SENTAPBs and christians like lauren southern. we need to use luke 22:36 to protect christians.

  33. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 10:23 pm 

    “greggie, the first thing you did this morning was to prick me.”
    “you are the nutter.”
    “You are obviously an obsessive prick.”
    “you are a disgusting personality”
    “You think you are special”
    “You are a fake.”
    “you selfish prick”

    Still awaiting your considerate, coherent, and intelligent rebuttal to Cloggie’s argument Davy. This is, after all, a ‘discussion’ forum.

    If you are unable to control your temper, then perhaps you would be better served by spending your time on an anger management forum.

  34. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 10:42 pm 

    tard,

    ‘greg what attracted you to nazism?”

    If you had read any of my past comments, you would understand that I am completely against the US State Department’s support of the Ukrainian ultra right wing neo-nazi Svoboda party, and the overthrow of the democratically elected government of Ukraine. The same faction who fought against the allies, (which BTW included The USSR), and supported Hitler’s Germany during WW2.

  35. MASTERMIND on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 11:19 pm 

    Davy

    If you dont like what Greg says just keep scrolling when you see his name appear. its that easy..Dont take the bait. Greg is an authoritarian, religious, fundamentalist prepper. He basically is a cult member. You have to realize the mentally of these people. They dont drink, they dont smoke, they dont do anything besides judge and rip on other people. That is how they get high…There goal is to make everyone as miserable as they are. So stop taking the bait is what I am saying.

  36. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 11:23 pm 

    “They dont drink, they dont smoke, they dont do anything besides judge and rip on other people. That is how they get high…”

    Absolutely hilarious. You would be every bit as delusional as your alter ego Davy.

  37. Cloggie on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 11:25 pm 

    “Richard Spencer banned from 26 countries in Europe”

    They must be really scared then for white nationalism. The multicult regimes know they are playing with fire.
    One nuke on a large US city and the enitre country will sink away in inter-ethnic violence.

    David Irving is banned from many European countries too, but not from Holland, as I can confirm first hand.lol The stinking West is cornered with their despicable WW2 lies. You only have to study the evasive behavior of that lying POS Davy. Doesn’t want to discuss anything because he knows he is defending lies.

    Great guy, this Irving btw, he got far but he is not radical enough in his understanding of what really happened at the Eastern Front.

    https://revblog.codoh.com/2009/12/finland-in-the-eye-of-the-storm/

    Ah well, the internet will prove deadly for ZOG and its lying media:

    https://edition.cnn.com/2018/01/26/europe/holocaust-survivor-fears-deniers-are-winning-intl/index.html

    https://edition.cnn.com/2018/02/05/politics/illinois-arthur-jones-republican-holocaust-denier/index.html

  38. Boat on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 11:35 pm 

    With the largest ethnic group in the US being German, Hitler chose to declare war on his own kind. Imagine that.

  39. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 11:38 pm 

    And BTW MM,

    Davy would be the self admitted authoritarian, religious, fundamentalist prepper. He has also told everyone here on multiple occasions that he doesn’t drink or smoke, and he constantly judges and rips into other people, including you, alter ego boy.

  40. GregT on Mon, 26th Mar 2018 11:50 pm 

    Imagine that Boat.

    It’s amazing how overly simplified a conflict between over 40 countries, involving hundreds of millions of people, with somewhere between 50 and 80 million people killed, really was.

    Like I’ve said many times before; Those who are ignorant of history, are destined to repeat it.

  41. Cloggie on Tue, 27th Mar 2018 12:01 am 

    With the largest ethnic group in the US being German, Hitler chose to declare war on his own kind. Imagine that.

    Lies, America had quietly long declared a shooting war on Germany in the Atlantic, the Germans were sick and tired of pretending.

    Here Hitler explaining why he had declared war on the US.

    http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v08/v08p389_hitler.html

    As a safe general rule: Germans speak the truth, Anglos lie and demonize. Character issue. Or lack thereof.

    But you are right about Germans being the largest ethnic group in the US. That is precisely the reason why right-wing continental Europeans should concentrate on Middle America and NOT on the completely hopeless UK and its imperial offshoots CAN/AUS/NZ. British are the quintessential anti-Europeans, nothing you can do about that, forget them, thank God for Brexit, but Americans are different:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9xHhbG3wvk

    There are a great number of people in the US who distance themselves from ZOG and call themselves European again. There is a great potential in the US for secession movements, that doesn’t exist in the UK. A tiny minority in the UK wants to secede from Europe, but not from majority Islamic London.

    But in the US the white still majority has deep distrust in everything that’s coming from Washington.

    And now they are faced with becoming a minority in their formerly own lands.

    The whole world wants to live in white lands. And now even white Americans want that too.ROFL

    Timber!

    America won’t exist (in its present shape) past 2025. By 2030 the world map will undergo profound changes:

    http://tinyurl.com/y8ydx6a9

    The end of ZOG/West and birth of an identitarian multi-polar world.

    Anglos are so 19th century.

  42. Cloggie on Tue, 27th Mar 2018 12:02 am 

    “A tiny minority in the UK wants to secede from Europe”

    Should read: tiny majority

  43. MASTERMIND on Tue, 27th Mar 2018 12:05 am 

    I know guys keep debating a war that ended almost a century ago. Anything to keep the conversation away from peak oil and the Malthusian nightmare that the world is sleep walking into!

  44. MASTERMIND on Tue, 27th Mar 2018 12:07 am 

    Hey clogg

    Go to Google and search for “White Couple”…and click on images! Your head is going to explode!

    https://www.google.com/search?q=white+couple&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi9oMHb3YvaAhUB3YMKHS0aCQ8Q_AUICigB&biw=1306&bih=598

  45. Cloggie on Tue, 27th Mar 2018 12:20 am 

    Go to Google and search for “White Couple”…and click on images! Your head is going to explode!

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

    There is absolutely no doubt about why Trump was voted in office. The folks in the crowd are still too cuckish to openly call themselves white nationalists, but in their hearts they are.

    It is your head that is going to explode, from a bullet.

    Considering your posting time… how is the weather in Vancouver currently? I’m asking millimind, not Greg. I know the latter is not lying about his identity.

  46. GregT on Tue, 27th Mar 2018 12:26 am 

    “I know guys keep debating a war that ended almost a century ago. Anything to keep the conversation away from peak oil and the Malthusian nightmare that the world is sleep walking into!”

    Again, like I’ve said before; Those who are ignorant of history, are destined to repeat it.

  47. MASTERMIND on Tue, 27th Mar 2018 12:59 am 

    Greg

    We are approaching the end of history so there won’t be any time left to repeat anything.

    We learn from history, we learn nothing from history.

    -George B Shaw

  48. MASTERMIND on Tue, 27th Mar 2018 1:01 am 

    Clogg

    Build the wall for what? Illegal immigration has dropped by 80 percent since 2000…Trump voters are just ignorant and being mislead by billionaire owned fake news.

    Where’s the Immigration Crisis? U.S. Border Patrol Reports Illegal Border Crossings At Record Low
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/stuartanderson/2017/12/05/wheres-the-immigration-crisis-u-s-border-patrol-reports-illegal-border-crossings-at-record-low/#21deecfc4b73

    What Mass Immigration Wave?
    https://imgur.com/a/cgKTh

  49. MASTERMIND on Tue, 27th Mar 2018 1:02 am 

    Isn’t it amazing how so many companies/industries that lose so much money — Shale Fracking — Amazon — Uber — Tesla— Netflix— Twitter..etc.. Are able to keep the US economy afloat?

    Obviously the US needs more money losing corporations — then we will have our recovery.

    Who knows — perhaps this is another ‘flat earth moment’ — you know what I mean? Like at
    one point everyone thought the earth was flat — it was just so obvious — until it wasn’t.

    Maybe it is the other way around — what we need is to foster an environment where
    corporations are losing many billions…. because this is what leads to prosperity … and jobs .. and higher wages…

  50. GregT on Tue, 27th Mar 2018 1:47 am 

    We are approaching the end of history so there won’t be any time left to repeat anything.”

    “Obviously the US needs more money losing corporations — then we will have our recovery.”

    “What we need is to foster an environment where
    corporations are losing many billions…. because this is what leads to prosperity … and jobs .. and higher wages…”

    I find it quite fascinating how yourself, Davy, and Boat, constantly use the we, us, our,
    narrative. I can assure you MM, that my plans do not include you, and neither do the plans of those who are in control of ‘your’ country.

    You would be far better served, if you came to the realization that you are an individual, and nobody else is going to do jack shit for you when things fall apart.

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