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  1. #10859
    Russians start to wake up a bit, many leaving their country, despite deep nationalism, but refusing to be fresh flesh to kill. Wake up Russia, you would have better life without Putin and with your brothers Ukrainians, when so many mixed families. We don't need nordstream, we will manage without Russia.

  2. #10858
    Quote Originally Posted by Pistons  [View Original Post]
    There is probably more Cowboy companies in europe than in the USA for sure. As a rate of all companies. Even in Germany or scandinavia. But a nurse or a doctor might not notice it since other types of work are far more inclined to do so.
    Still taking great pains to show that you're still obsessing over me. It's gotten pretty sad.
    EDITOR's NOTE: Alias "Takedown, Mursenary"

  3. #10857
    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.
    That same opinion is echoed here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/high-na...-s-11663707594.

    A big winner from the energy crisis in Europe: the U.S. economy.

    Battered by skyrocketing gas prices, companies in Europe that make steel, fertilizer and other feedstocks of economic activity are shifting operations to the U.S., attracted by more stable energy prices and muscular government support.

    As wild swings in energy prices and persistent supply-chain troubles threaten Europe with what some economists warn could be a new era of deindustrialization, Washington has unveiled a raft of incentives for manufacturing and green energy. The upshot is a playing field increasingly tilted in the U.S.’s favor, executives say, particularly for companies placing bets on projects to make chemicals, batteries and other energy-intensive products.

    “It’s a no-brainer to go and do that in the United States,” said Ahmed El-Hoshy, chief executive of Amsterdam-based chemical firm OCI NV, which this month announced an expansion of an ammonia plant in Texas.

  4. #10856
    Quote Originally Posted by PaulInZurich  [View Original Post]
    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.
    There is probably more Cowboy companies in europe than in the USA for sure. As a rate of all companies. Even in Germany or scandinavia. But a nurse or a doctor might not notice it since other types of work are far more inclined to do so.

  5. #10855
    Quote Originally Posted by DrPoon  [View Original Post]
    The principle of the USA is to be critical of the government. Thus I am a better American than you since you don't see the obvious errors the USA is making.
    Nope, an error of a fool is to only see things in dichotomies. One can criticize yet see that it is the better option.

    In arguments of USA versus most world nations, given the choice between a ship on fire and ship with a leak, I can choose to stay on the ship with a leak whole cursing the engineers at the same time.

    Whatever approach one may choose, it's probably better than being a hopelessly nihilistic and racist poser.
    EDITOR's NOTE: Alias "Takedown, Mursenary"

  6. #10854
    Quote Originally Posted by EscapeArtist  [View Original Post]
    Makes sense now. You're not actually a European. Just a turncoat troll living in the US.
    The principle of the USA is to be critical of the government. Thus I am a better American than you since you don't see the obvious errors the USA is making.

  7. #10853
    Quote Originally Posted by DrPoon  [View Original Post]
    Are they getting the breast implants in Switzerland or going back to Germany? I wonder what the healthcare system does as far as discounts for cosmetic surgery in Europe.
    Makes sense now. You're not actually a European. Just a turncoat troll living in the US.
    EDITOR's NOTE: Alias "Takedown, Mursenary"

  8. #10852
    Quote Originally Posted by PaulInZurich  [View Original Post]
    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.
    Definitely just generalities as I'm sure you're more often right. But just thinking of 3 companies, I have a positive view. Aldi / Trader Joe's pay their unskilled worker extremely well and even offer paid vacation days to their full time hourly workers, unheard of with most American grocery companies. Ikea is another company that is known to export its culture abroad, even to its 3rd world operations like Jakarta.

    Several other individual stories of white collar friends working for smaller companies as consultants and engineers also seem to generate favorable accounts. Cynically, a common statement I hear from them when working on multi-national teams are comments about how their European branch counterparts are only putting in 35 hours work so they're not going to overextend themselves here state-side.
    EDITOR's NOTE: Alias "Takedown, Mursenary"

  9. #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.

  10. #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.

  11. #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.

  12. #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!

  13. #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.

  14. #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"

  15. #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"

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