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    There was a Georgian citizen, also with a moustache, who felt the same way also....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    There was a Georgian citizen, also with a moustache, who felt the same way also....
    And was he one of the Herman's people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    Oh and BTW once we ban Dannnnnissssshhhhhhhh shite water
    Danish water? I thought their exports were limited to goalkeepers and bacon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    UK till I die............................................... .................................................. ............................
    Jesus, if you are not the UK equivalent to an American Trumpanzee I do not know what is. What a sad old chav.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    please refresh my memory what countries already bear the biggest burden of Nato?
    Good Lord, not this old chestnut - I expect it fro th Trumpists and some Brits, but you? I stay out of these Anglo-chest-thumping exercises but do yourself a favour and see what the timeline for reaching set targets is.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    Why would Australia entertain German Diesel subs dependant on Vlads oil?
    Firstly - Vlad's what and what do the German subs have t do with it?
    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    Economic blow back from the froggies? Australia is already running a 3 billion trade deficit with France.
    Support from the E.U.? Australia is running almost a 30 billion trade deficit with them. Who will hurt who?
    You're quite cavalier about the whole thing. How far do you think Australia can function if it relies solely on the UK and the US as economic partners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    Not for the first time, it seems that the responsibility for defending liberty has fallen to the English-speaking democracies.
    Can't even defend the White House



    The covid crisis has shown us clearly where we stand with the back stabbing English-speaking democracies. At least I know what to expect from Russia and China. But these back stabbers Trump's, Biden's and Johnson's stand in a class of their own.

    Merkel did a great job by not backing down on Nord Stream. (I never thought I would say this)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    The covid crisis has shown us clearly where we stand with the back stabbing English-speaking democracies. At least I know what to expect from Russia and China. But these back stabbers Trump's, Biden's and Johnson's stand in a class of their own.

    Merkel did a great job by not backing down on Nord Stream. (I never thought I would say this)
    Yup, yup and. . . . yup

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    Merkel did a great job by not backing down on Nord Stream. (I never thought I would say this)
    I did, because like the rest of your squarehead brethren, your petulant little nose has been put out of joint.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    I did, because like the rest of your squarehead brethren, your petulant little nose has been put out of joint.


    I doubt you ever said or think anything that makes sense here.
    Remember your idiotic prediction that Europe will not have enough vaccine by the end of fall.
    Well, HtG put you to shame and proven you wrong again....and again....again.
    Your arrogance is unbeatable, I'll give you that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    Remember your idiotic prediction that Europe will not have enough vaccine by the end of fall.
    Well, HtG put you to shame and proven you wrong again....and again....again.
    Your arrogance is unbeatable, I'll give you that.
    Enough vaccine for what? To say it's had a lot of vaccines?

    Because it sure has shit hasn't got enough for herd immunity and we're already in "the fall", numbnuts.



    P.S. The UK is still ahead of the squareheads and the frogs.

    'Nuff said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    The French failed to deliver on budget and local work. They were warned enough times. They deserve to lose the contract. Well done to the Aussies in finding a way out.

    It'll take a couple of years before the French contract can be fully terminated. Not sure how much that will cost but it was already nearly double original budget and likely to rise further.

    That'll teach the froggies...

    Bit disappointed at your post since you are living in a civilized country.
    To all you Union Jackass waving idiots out there I have one question:
    Which military project (or even construction) has lived up to its price tag? (especially that size)

    Do any of you Union Jack Asses out there know how much the Underwear military budget per year is? They might be able to afford a propeller a year but not one single ready build submarine.
    I guess Trumpanzee politics has left a mark in the english-sneaking hemisphere.

    This is no way to treat an ally, not even the French


    P.S. @ mods
    I hope its o.k. to dish it out at the U.K. or is this thread a one way street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Enough vaccine for what? To say it's had a lot of vaccines?

    Because it sure has shit hasn't got enough for herd immunity and we're already in "the fall", numbnuts.



    P.S. The UK is still ahead of the squareheads and the frogs.

    'Nuff said.

    Sorry to put you to shame again.
    1.We are not in fall yet (22.09.2021).
    2.We had enough vaccine already in the summer. (that was the argument! Don't sneak the goal post sLimey)
    3.You paid a very high price for being British (to explain the details would be useless since you are not even able to read a calendar)

    Now, was that enough?

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    ^^ & ^^^ that's a lot of effort you deployed on that nonsense

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    Oh, no. It is awake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    that's a lot of effort you deployed on that nonsense
    I don't know

    The are two rare occasions, when I am all ears.

    One is when a german is being humorous and the other when an englishman is being clever or atleast well informed.

    I guess it's your turn now

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    One has to agree with the sentiment being expressed in France from all levels of government. The FM has described the submarine cancellation as a slap in the face and 'Trumpiesque' in nature. Apparently they were told nothing of the negotiations.
    macron, the pompous little hypocrite, with his hatred of trump and all things trump, surprisingly never removed his ambassadors when trump was president, and has now misjudged biden totally.

    here we see macron, the slimy little shit, shamelessly pushing and shoving in order to imbibe some of trumps manjuice.


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    Nah
    He just wanted to kiss the norwegian lass

    He has a thing for mature women

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    We had enough vaccine already in the summer. (that was the argument! Don't sneak the goal post sLimey)
    You're ignoring the question jerry.

    Enough vaccines for what?


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    You're ignoring the question jerry. Enough vaccines for what?
    He's certainly getting excited on this thread, i am however struggling in relating vaccines to Oz deciding to shelve the rattly French diesel subs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    i am however struggling in relating vaccines to Oz deciding to shelve the rattly French diesel subs.
    It was brought up last night; no not by a german, but by....... an englishman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    The so called english-speaking democracy are doing what they do best: "Fuc*ing Up Foreign Policy".
    In the mean time, the Chinese must be laughing their balls off and are securing "TRILLIONS" of dollars in Afghanistan.

    There must be some cartoon out there somewhere showing baby AKUS in a Bathtub playing rubber ducky
    -the french outside the bathtub crying because they are not allowed to come in
    -and the Chinese holding a rubber ducky (made in China) sneaking off to Afghanistan laughing and rubbing their hands
    Certainly cant argue with some of that, Iraq was a monumental cluster fuck and Afghanistan wasn't far behind.
    Maybe it would be best left to the E.U.
    If never doing anything but having a talk fest about the worlds problems without actually doing anything is better, then the German led E.U.will do amazingly well.
    The Anglosphere has got it all wrong. Apparently the answer to Russia poisoning dissadents and opposition opponents invading the Crimea, south ossetia, eastern ukraine, computer hacking in Holland etc etc is to buy more gas. That'll teach those naughtie Russkies. I can just picture Vlad crying all over his Gazprom shares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    Apparently the answer to Russia poisoning dissadents and opposition opponents invading the Crimea, south ossetia, eastern ukraine, computer hacking in Holland etc etc is to buy more gas.
    I am sure Klongdick and Sabang will be along to deny that any of this actually happened.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    I can just picture Vlad crying all over his Gazprom shares.
    He did build his palace...

    tell me whats not true about the EU and NATO-putins-palace-1024x569-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    buy more gas.
    Europe has bought gas from Russia for years, and a lot of it.

    Have you got an alternative at hand ?

    Buying the "dirty" gas from the US is not an option. Europe is trying to scale down CO2 emissions.

    So coal from AUS is out too


    It pisses of the friends of the Ukraine, that Ukraine no longer has the possibility to steal the gas they want/need from the russian pipelines running through there.
    So be it

    They will probably get their gas from Mendip/Norway via Poland.
    For free ?


    Yes the probably incredible corrupt and unpleasant ruler of Russia, Putin, has money coming in for the gas.

    Do you reckon that it would be a problem for the anglos, if the gas came from outright dictatorships like the -stans by the Caspian Sea ?

    No it wouldn't. Politics

    And it is good and sensible politics not to have a dirtpoor former super-bear as a neighbor.

    So there is a couple of good reasons for the gas import.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    And it is good and sensible politics not to have a dirtpoor former super-bear as a neighbor.
    You're now adding reason to the bluster of outrage at buying Russian gas . . . as though that were a new thing, as you mentioned. I believe Putin to be a nasty murderous individual but he won't stay forever and economics are important.


    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Do you reckon that it would be a problem for the anglos, if the gas came from outright dictatorships like the -stans by the Caspian Sea ?
    Of course not, but there is Anglo-reasoning and the 'orrible Europeans.

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