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jazz's Avatar Jul 9, 2022 | 09:02 1 So says the EU.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...reenwash-risks

How about that chuck. Watch your climate cult implode. Reply With Quote
Jul 9, 2022 | 13:48 2 Russian gas dark green. Reply With Quote
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  • Jul 9, 2022 | 15:12 3
    Quote Originally Posted by binthere View Post
    Russian gas dark green.
    I'd say Blood Red is a lot more accurate. Reply With Quote
    Jul 9, 2022 | 15:58 4
    Quote Originally Posted by foragefarmer View Post
    I'd say Blood Red is a lot more accurate.
    Much like Middle East bloody oil , favoured over western Canadian oil for eastern Canada Reply With Quote

  • Jul 9, 2022 | 16:08 5 It is strange how Chuck hasn't been around lately tell us about the successful affordable German green energy miracle. They are now paying 30 times what the average American is paying for electricity. And discussing how to ration The limited supply. Including cutting off industrial users. It's almost as if the entire green facade was based on natural gas backup doing all the heavy lifting, well the renewables were just window dressing. Remove the natural Gas and this is the result. At least they have some coal power plants to restart.
    Although I can't say I blame them for trying. They've always known that the gas and oil they import would be weaponized someday, and they needed to wean themselves off of that dependence. Too bad they believed the chucks of the world and didn't go with nuclear. Decades of opportunity lost. Countless billions of dollars down the drain. And now they get to freeze and starve in the dark with no industry left to even provide jobs.

    Chuck, do you care to offer any explanation as to why solar and wind aren't quite delivering on the hype? Reply With Quote
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  • Jul 9, 2022 | 21:55 6 Reply With Quote
    Jul 9, 2022 | 21:58 7 Kind of appears to be an Emporer has no cloths reckoning coming for green energy mandates and policies?

    The EU might take the worst of the recession.

    Some of the non participants look to come out quicker and stronger.

    In a world crying for Natural gas and fosil fuels you have to think our own Emporer may be a little exposed.

    Seems the game plan here is to double down on the rhetoric. Reply With Quote
    blackpowder's Avatar Jul 10, 2022 | 08:03 8 Zero fks to give. Ain't cold enough yet. Reply With Quote
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  • Jul 10, 2022 | 09:11 9
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    Zero fks to give. Ain't cold enough yet.
    And that line right there succinctly explains all the action in the commodity markets this past few weeks.
    It's the middle of summer, no one is thinking about heat and food reserves. Perhaps they should be reading The Little Red hen children's book.
    In the age of short attention spans and instant gratification. Reply With Quote
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  • Jul 10, 2022 | 09:38 10 Things that make you go hmmmmmm


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    blackpowder's Avatar Jul 10, 2022 | 10:14 11 U wanna shine up your tin hat?
    Explain the system crash on Friday. Reply With Quote
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  • biglentil's Avatar Jul 10, 2022 | 14:23 12 Wef sponsored Cyber Polygon cyber attack excersise on July 8th. Hmm what a coinkidink.

    Last edited by biglentil; Jul 10, 2022 at 14:26.
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    Jul 10, 2022 | 16:09 13 Now here is a location and an industry where renewable energy may actually make a lot of sense.

    https://theconversation.com/morocco-...-supply-180797

    Phosphate fertilizer production in Morrocco. A desert at low latitudes with predictable year around sun. And a process which ( I presume) can be ramped up and down to match energy supply. Certainly makes more sense than trying to run block heaters in Northern Sask in December. Reply With Quote
    Jul 10, 2022 | 16:12 14 [QUOTE=biglentil;544203]Wef sponsored Cyber Polygon cyber attack excersise on July 8th. Hmm what a coinkidink.

    Whoa. There is first a sense of coincidence. And then there is this coincidence during volatile times, with growing and similar destruction becoming repetitive. And then there are aplenty aggressive hired players engaged in destroying industry and farmers for money. And then the schemed destruction spreads internationally. And then the master planners rub their hands in glee; confident the diddly-squats in the world will obey the set of self-destructive rules the master planners have laid out. Farmers will lose their land. Their dollar will be worth a nickel. And they will have nothing. And dislike it.

    And that’s when the retaliation begins.

    The counter planning must already be in place. Pars. Reply With Quote
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