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  1. #10851
    It is all a setup in order to crush the fiat currency and start anew with central bank digital currencies. And soon we in europe will get basic income paid out directly from the central bank. Because the current interest rate increases will force the central banks to pull the rates far far down below zero 2 years after the rates got hiked. Or leave them where they are and also start with basic income payouts. Just wait 18 months or something like that. Maybe 24.

  2. #10850
    Quote Originally Posted by DrPoon  [View Original Post]
    I can't see why Germany is going along with this. Germany should delete its sanctions so it can get gas ASAP or demand that same reduced prices and volume from gas delivered from the Loisiana gas terminal from the USA.
    Ukraine protect Eastern Europe like Poland, Moldavia, Romania, but we know now crazy Putin lost war and many Russians know now about his war, not theirs, many leaving their country to Armenia, Turkey. France will give gaz to Germany and they will give us electricity, this is what EU is for. We must not buy to Russia, we must starve Russia to make them kill Putin, when we already got rid of crazy Trump and UK Johnson. Even China don t support anymore Putin, he has only Iran and North Korea and India buying him for discount. Hungarian Organ doesn t deserve to be helped by EU when Hungary is nothing in EU. Putin is now like a dog afraid of postman. He lost his war. Bad point is Euro falling and when small Switzerland and Freubad is my best quality at the moment and best location on my way to my sport week ends, I pay more expensive there when I pay 120 CHF /30 , about 130 €/30 now, but I will survive and much more important than me, Ukraine now know they can win versus Putin, David will make it again. When I climbed legendary Bormio up Stelvio 2760 yesterday, Forza Ukraine, do it to protect EU and I wish EU will give You back. But for sure, even when they lost, wars were always good for US business, but I have all I need in EU, when my beloved little France was still number 1 for tourism on this year and since so many years, when huge US can t be so interesting for culture, art of life. Ukraine will win versus Putin who think he is Goliath but without balls, just a pitbull, not more.

  3. #10849
    Quote Originally Posted by EscapeArtist  [View Original Post]
    If European companies come over and maintain their general philosophy of respecting work-life balance, those companies may attract American workers who are already shifting their mentality of being a slave to your job.
    Your view of European companies is too positive. They will screw their employees and clients if they get a chance. They behave different in Europe because the laws don't allow them otherwise.

  4. #10848
    Quote Originally Posted by EscapeArtist  [View Original Post]
    Funny thing is that besides the obvious 3rd world nations that may benefit, many industries require infrastructure similar to European standards, so the United States stands to benefit from an increase in the manufacturing sector.

    If European companies come over and maintain their general philosophy of respecting work-life balance, those companies may attract American workers who are already shifting their mentality of being a slave to your job.

    Once again, America stands to be the big winner during times of European chaos.
    This whole thing could be a plot between Russia and the USA to grab wealth from the EU!

  5. #10847
    I can't see why Germany is going along with this. Germany should delete its sanctions so it can get gas ASAP or demand that same reduced prices and volume from gas delivered from the Loisiana gas terminal from the USA.

    Quote Originally Posted by McAdonis  [View Original Post]
    To avoid unrest, the EU governments will prioritise households first, so chances are nobody will freeze this winter.

    Soaring energy prices will force businesses to shut down or relocate, meaning people will find themselves unemployed over the coming winters.

    High-energy costs (among other factors) are forcing many companies to shift production abroad.

    Despite this Europeans, at least at the clubs, do not seem to be curbing their spending much. WGs raise their prices, men happily pay. But as the recession deepens, I would expect leisure businesses to be affected first (restaurants, FKKs, etc). To pay for energy, food and other consumer staples, it is harder for households to cut back. But everything else is discretionary. Instead of visiting a restaurant 4-5 times a month, cut back to once a month. Instead of consuming alcohol with friends on a night out, people stay home and drink.

  6. #10846
    Quote Originally Posted by McAdonis  [View Original Post]
    Soaring energy prices will force businesses to shut down or relocate, meaning people will find themselves unemployed over the coming winters.

    High-energy costs (among other factors) are forcing many companies to shift production abroad.
    Funny thing is that besides the obvious 3rd world nations that may benefit, many industries require infrastructure similar to European standards, so the United States stands to benefit from an increase in the manufacturing sector.

    If European companies come over and maintain their general philosophy of respecting work-life balance, those companies may attract American workers who are already shifting their mentality of being a slave to your job.

    Once again, America stands to be the big winner during times of European chaos.
    EDITOR's NOTE: Alias "Takedown, Mursenary"

  7. #10845
    Quote Originally Posted by McAdonis  [View Original Post]
    To avoid unrest, the EU governments will prioritise households first, so chances are nobody will freeze this winter.
    I mean, it wasn't supposed to be taken literal.
    EDITOR's NOTE: Alias "Takedown, Mursenary"

  8. #10844
    Quote Originally Posted by EscapeArtist  [View Original Post]
    Well no, but still better than being in Europe with no fuel and freezing this winter.
    To avoid unrest, the EU governments will prioritise households first, so chances are nobody will freeze this winter.

    Governments have gone all out: from capping gas and electricity prices to rescuing struggling energy companies and providing direct aid to households to fill up their cars.

    The public spending has continued, even though European Union countries had accumulated mountains of new debt to save their economies during the Covid pandemic in 2020.

    https://www.thelocal.at/20220922/how-european-countries-are-spending-billions-on-avoiding-energy-crisis/
    Soaring energy prices will force businesses to shut down or relocate, meaning people will find themselves unemployed over the coming winters.

    The questions that executives across the country find themselves faced with are of an existential nature: For how long can we continue to withstand high energy prices? How can we save? Is production in Germany even still worth it any longer? Or is it time to move away to a place where energy prices aren’t as high?

    https://www.spiegel.de/international/business/growing-energy-crisis-a-grave-threat-to-industry-in-germany-a-9152547c-a31d-483e-a70c-242c280cab23
    High-energy costs (among other factors) are forcing many companies to shift production abroad.

    Germany’s economy hasn’t grown for nearly five years. Its recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic has been weaker than any major advanced economy. Its ability to fill its energy needs is in question. And now the country once known as the economic engine of Europe is teetering on the brink of a recession.

    It’s a sharp turn of fortunes for Germany’s large manufacturing sector, which flourished over the past two decades just as other Western nations saw industrial jobs migrate to Asia.

    Germany’s big and long-successful bet on manufacturing relied on four engines: Free and open global trade, surging demand from China, an efficient domestic workforce and cheap Russian energy.

    Each of those is now sputtering.


    Siltronic AG , a Munich-based company that produces silicon wafers for the semiconductor industry, recently chose Singapore over Germany as the location of a new €2 billion factory, the biggest investment in the company’s history.

    That reflected lower running costs in Singapore, including for energy and staff, said Christoph von Plotho, the company’s CEO.

    “Cost always matters, even where you have a product with relatively limited competition,” Mr. von Plotho said. His competitors produce similar wafers, so price, not quality, provides the edge, he said. In Germany, “we don’t have competitive energy costs, which is one of the major cost drivers in an industry like ours,” he said. Singapore currently produces about 60% of the company’s total output, and output there is expected to double again with the new factory, he said.

    Kostal Automobil Elektrik, a century-old auto supplier based in western Germany, said in June it would end production in Germany by the end of 2024, closing its three German plants. About 900 jobs will be relocated or cut, according to labor unions. That includes about 100 service-center jobs that will be moved to Budapest.

    The family-owned company, whose products are found in roughly half of all cars worldwide, blamed high costs in Germany, aggravated by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine. It said it also needed to invest heavily in new technologies as the auto industry switches to battery power.

    Labor unions warned that Kostal’s move could create a domino effect. “There is a risk of a loss of competence and, as a result, the loss of further jobs for the entire German automotive industry as well as the creeping de-industrialization” of the region, said Fabian Ferber, the IG Metall union representative at Kostal.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-the-german-economy-broke-down-exports-
    Despite this Europeans, at least at the clubs, do not seem to be curbing their spending much. WGs raise their prices, men happily pay. But as the recession deepens, I would expect leisure businesses to be affected first (restaurants, FKKs, etc). To pay for energy, food and other consumer staples, it is harder for households to cut back. But everything else is discretionary. Instead of visiting a restaurant 4-5 times a month, cut back to once a month. Instead of consuming alcohol with friends on a night out, people stay home and drink.

  9. #10843

    Ukraine Votes Sept 27 - Nuclear Attack Predicted

    On September 27 Ukraine will have completed an election to have the East Side area between Russia through Crimea to join Russian territory.

    This of course is in line with Russian nuclear doctrine which because then the territory legally belongs to Russia and then allowed to defend with nuclear weaopons, will then allow a nuclear attack on probably Lyiv first, and if Ukraine doesn't quit fighting then Kyiv. Similar to the USA nuclear attack which took two nuclear attacks to force a surrender.

  10. #10842
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  11. #10841
    Quote Originally Posted by Adindas  [View Original Post]
    What is the Asia population in comparison to Africa and South America?

    What is the population of India, China, Japan, Korea?? Not enough to answer that question??
    I think that point is made moot by their share of the American population. East and South Asians make up 6% of the total population but 15-20% of the physician population. They are over represented comparatively. Black and Hispanic make up 25-30% of the population but only about 10-12% of the physician population. They are underrepresented comparatively.

    Examining the socioeconomic group sent from each immigrant population yields much more informative reasons for the the discrepancies. Latinos aren't sending their educated, Indians are. West Africans are black but they come over without the mental baggage and community ties of Black American historical oppression.
    EDITOR's NOTE: Alias "Takedown, Mursenary"

  12. #10840
    Quote Originally Posted by Ararat  [View Original Post]
    Why doesn't this happens to the blacks or the latinx then? I see two possible types of answers.
    What is the Asia population in comparison to Africa and South America?

    What is the population of India, China, Japan, Korea?? Not enough to answer that question??

  13. #10839
    Quote Originally Posted by Turgid  [View Original Post]
    Girls can set their prices. The sky's the limit. US prices here we come.
    Yes and the irony is that American sex tourists still think that the European socialists and green eco-communists that are in power now will pave the way to an FKK Utopia. LOL!

    Reality is that conservative governments (who were ideologically more in the political centre) who were in power decades ago are the best kind of governments for P6.

    Biden and his crew of CNN-MSNBC Marxists have been in power for almost two years: what has significantly changed in the liberating the P6 scene in the USA? Nothing!

    Ask yourself this: what do you think those 87000 new IRS agents will be doing? Yup: harassing small cash-only businesses like strip bars and massage parlours whilst leaving big corporations and billionaires (who can afford to hire the best tax consultants and lawyers) alone.

    I've been predicting this for quite some time: if you want to see the future of FKKs in Germany, look no further than leftwing Feminazi countries like Sweden.

    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime96  [View Original Post]
    So true, but as a 'return favour' we get communism in the rest of Europe now: central economic planning and a Covid1984 police state.

    Want to see the future of German FKKs? Look at Sweden where ultra radical leftwing feminist and a bunch of soy-boy-feminised 'men' are running the show.

    Traditionally, P6 has prospered in a conservative and business-minded climate just look at Hong Kong, West-Germany, Holland, Belgium. Wherever there is liberty, there is prosperity, and where there is prosperity, there are WGs. The only exception is the puritan US and the Victorian UK. The more leftwing and religious a country gets, the worse and more over-regulated the situation becomes with P6. Communism is a religion, or better yet, a cult, just remember that Marx said about religion: "the opium of the people."
    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime96  [View Original Post]
    Elections in September this year, let's wait what plans the neo-communists ('greens' and the SPD) will come up with. They have been pushing for years to have a speed limit, and hey, if we're 'lucky' they might also throw in an even more strict prostitution law like in Sweden! (of course all in the name of "public health," "protecting women" and "road safety."

  14. #10838
    Quote Originally Posted by Ararat  [View Original Post]
    Why doesn't this happens to the blacks or the latinx then? I see two possible types of answers.
    You do realize that your digression is likely going set off another Poon thought-vomit right?

    Anyway, there is only one answer, and race is not it.

    First, it would be wise to divide blacks or as I like to call them, black people, into Black Americans and various other black immigrants.

    But before diving into that, let's examine the 2 immigrant groups, Indians and Latinos. Well, they are completely different types of immigrants. Extremely poor, unskilled Indians don't come over in the same numbers as Latinos. Most importantly, Indians come over with English proficiency as a result of their colonial past. Also, on average, the Indians coming over come with more wealth, while not wealthy, they do have more cash in their pockets than the typical migrant Latino. They also generally come more educated, many with actual university education and even more with IT backgrounds. As such, they fall into higher paying occupations. Some even come with enough to start small businesses. Consequently, as a result of their higher starting point and ability to assimilate due to their language proficiency, their children are thus able to advance their own futures and skip a social class. Their Latino children counterparts however, must assume must more responsibility in childhood, often raising their siblings, obtaining part-time jobs in school, and serving as translators and cultural ambassadors for their parents.

    With different starting points, it is no wonder that Indians immigrants outperform Latino immigrants.

    As for black people, well yeah, Black Americans underperform greatly. But to show it is not a matter of race, look at Black West African immigrants. They become, by a significant margin, American's single most educated immigrant group. The have come to hold the most graduate degrees per capita, including medicine, surpassing Indians, East Asians, and Europeans, even Europeans from countries with free university. As such, while Black Americans underperform in number of doctors and engineers, black West Africans who do not carry the same psychological baggage as Black Americans outperform just about everyone.

    Clearly both scenarios should reinforce to you that people, surprise, surprise, progress along life from different starting points. It's easy to lump humans together and think of them as one stereotypical monolith, it is much more prudent to see humans as products of human situations.
    EDITOR's NOTE: Alias "Takedown, Mursenary"

  15. #10837
    Quote Originally Posted by EscapeArtist  [View Original Post]
    You've obviously never been to an American hospital where a third of the doctors are 2nd generation Indian immigrants with parents who are blue collar workers or entrepreneurs. Ask for a Dr Patel in a hospital and you get 20 heads looking up. Children who are born here get social security numbers as well as their naturalized citizen parents. That means they also get financial aid to pay for medical school which easily gets paid back on an average American physician salary of well over $300 K.
    Why doesn't this happens to the blacks or the latinx then? I see two possible types of answers.

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