The EU, The Newest Colony Of The United States Empire, Keeping Warm In Winter With Windmills.
One would think that the Dutch could have clued the rest of Europe in, that windmills are great for any number of purposes, however, generating heat and warmth, are not some of them. Welcome bitches, want some guns? Oil is one thing, but I think what's more urgent for the European Nations, this winter, is probably gas, natural gas, as in propane, that sort of thing, for heat in the winter. How has the EU become blackmail victims of the US and NATO? I don't know, but I do have a hunch.
I think it may have something to do with Europe being told by deep state operatives in Washington, that, if Russia is indeed, their enemy, then why are they enriching her by feeding on her oil and gas? Trump started it, and he seemed to be indicating that, if Europe was feeling safe enough about Russia, to welcome her into the fold and enriching her coffers, then it was probably a good time, to pull the United States forces out of Europe and possibly, withdraw themselves, from NATO as well. A frightening prospect for the globalists who would love to keep on having to prop up their welfare state economies, instead of trying to balance them, while funding competent military deterrents, as well. Which probably, explains talk in the EU circles, about the possibility of manning an EU military force.
With Trump out of the way one can only speculate, as to what threats, the EU leadership are enduring, by exacting these obvious, odious, decisions, such as price caps, for the purchasing of Russian fuels. While I was doing some shopping at the grocers today, I mused with the prospect of setting a price cap while I shopped. I expect that the attitude of the Russians, would have been similar to my grocer's, had I made such an asinine proposal. Or, more apropos, doing something similar, at the gas pump, in the morning. I mean, if it's legal and good economic sense, for NATO and the EU, then it's good for the rest of us, then, right? Anyway, EU, good luck with that, build some more fucking windmills. I'd love to see how windmills, batteries, and solar panels keep Europeans, or, anyone else, warm this winter. What a novel idea, it's a wonder it took us all, so late in life, to find these new green, heat producing technologies, that work so much better than natural oil and gas. Absurd.