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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: 11:58 - Jun 10 with 2746 viewsShaky

Here's Trudeau presenting Trump with a picture of grandpappy's frontier brothel. Looks like something those cheeky Canadians just ran off on the secretary's laser printer then stuck in an Ikea frame.

Best. Trolling. Ever.


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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 12:03 - Jun 10 with 1318 viewsShaky

Trump’s Family Fortune Originated in a Canadian Gold-Rush Brothel
Donald Trump’s grandfather Friedrich Trump ran a restaurant, bar, and brothel in British Columbia.

By Natalie Obiko Pearson |

Bloomberg, October 26, 2016

Buried in a ghost town in Canada’s subarctic are the roots of the family fortune that paved Donald Trump’s path to prominence.

Only shards of glass bottles remain on the lake shore in Bennett, British Columbia—remnants perhaps of the lively establishment operated by Trump’s grandfather that was known for good food, booze and ready women. A church sits further up the slope, its lonely spire peeking out from a thicket of pines.

Bennett was once a thriving transit point for prospectors in the Klondike gold rush at the turn of the 20th century, and Friedrich Trump made a killing running a restaurant and bar. The nest egg he generated in just two years grew into the fortune that has supported his grandson’s bid for the U.S. presidency.

“Who else can say that someone running for president of the United States of America owes his fortune to your hometown?,” says Scott Etches, 55, a shop owner hawking Trump t-shirts in Whitehorse, Yukon, about 100 kilometers (62 miles) north of Bennett. “It doesn’t matter whether you support or oppose Trump. It’s actually a great history.”

More than a century after Trump’s grandfather left the Yukon, Canadian developers and entrepreneurs are torn over whether to exploit the connection to one of the most recognized surnames on the planet. A luxury wilderness resort is planned for Bennett, complete with a lodge that would look just like Trump’s watering hole.

Full story: https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2016-trump-family-fortune/

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 11:58 - Jun 11 with 1150 viewsShaky

Escalating Clash With Canada, Trump Is Isolated Before North Korea Meeting
By Peter Baker

NYT, June 10, 2018

WASHINGTON — President Trump escalated a bitter clash with some of America’s closest allies on Sunday, lashing out through his advisers at Canada’s prime minister in unusually personal terms and leaving himself with a diplomatic crisis as he arrived in Asia to negotiate a nuclear agreement with North Korea.

A day after Mr. Trump refused to sign a communiqué of the Group of 7 major industrial economies, he and his advisers went on the attack, accusing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of “betrayal” and a “stab” in the back, even as Canada, Germany and France pushed back against what they called the American president’s “insult” and “inconsistency.”

The exchange left Mr. Trump estranged from America’s partners at the very moment he is about to stride onto the most important world stage he has assumed since taking office. Aides attributed his outburst over the weekend to his feeling undercut as he prepared to meet with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, while critics said he had stiff-armed his friends at the expense of a unified front.

Whether Mr. Kim sees Mr. Trump’s combative approach as a sign of strength or weakness, the rupture with other major powers was sure to shadow the session between the two in Singapore on Tuesday, the first time leaders of the United States and North Korea will have met in person. Mr. Trump’s strategy for pressuring Mr. Kim to give up his nuclear weapons has depended on isolating North Korea, but he arrived in Singapore looking isolated himself.

“I’ve never seen anything like this,” said Robert D. Hormats, who advised Republican and Democratic presidents at a dozen Group of 7 summit meetings, starting at the first in Rambouillet, France, in 1975, when it was still the Group of 6.

“The irony is this institution that was designed largely by the United States was really designed to shore up alliances and political relationships and resolve economic issues. This just served to do the opposite of that.”

The latest meeting, held in Canada, was tense amid disputes over trade, security and other issues. But after negotiators for all seven countries crafted a final communiqué that even the reluctant American delegation agreed to, Mr. Trump abruptly lashed out on Twitter from Air Force One on Saturday night.

He refused to sign the communiqué, saying Mr. Trudeau had made “false statements” at an end-of-summit news conference, and calling the Canadian leader “dishonest & weak.”

By Sunday morning, Mr. Trump’s aides were adding fire to the attack on Mr. Trudeau. Larry Kudlow, the president’s economic adviser, said that Mr. Trudeau’s comments were “a betrayal” and that he had “stabbed us in the back.” Mr. Trump “is not going to let a Canadian prime minister push him around,” Mr. Kudlow said on CNN’s “State of the Union” program, adding, “He is not going to permit any show of weakness on the trip to negotiate with North Korea.”

Peter Navarro, the president’s trade adviser, was even harsher. “There’s a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad-faith diplomacy with President Donald J. Trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door,” Mr. Navarro said on “Fox News Sunday.”

Mr. Trump finally weighed in again on Sunday night with a cascade of fresh tweets targeting Canada, Germany and the European Union, accusing them of unfair trade practices and of not spending enough on their security. He cited a series of selective statistics about Canadian-American trade, adding derisively, “Then Justin acts hurt when called out!”

Left unclear was what exactly Mr. Trudeau had said that so offended Mr. Trump. During his Saturday news conference, the prime minister was relatively measured but repeated his position that Canada “will not be pushed around” and would respond to American tariffs with tariffs of its own.

Mr. Trudeau on Sunday publicly ignored the dispute, instead hailing “the historic and important agreement” that “will help make our economies stronger & people more prosperous,” as he wrote on Twitter.

But his foreign minister, Chrystia Freeland, told reporters that if anyone should be insulted, it was Canada, because Mr. Trump had cited a national security justification for his tariffs on steel and aluminum. “The national security pretext is absurd and frankly insulting to Canadians, the closest and strongest ally the United States has had,” she said. “That is where the insult lies.”

As for the comments by Mr. Trump’s aides, she said, “Canada does not believe that ad hominem attacks are a particularly appropriate or useful way to conduct our relations with other countries.”

Roland Paris, a former foreign affairs adviser to Mr. Trudeau, went further. “Big tough guy once he’s back on his airplane,” he wrote on Twitter. “Can’t do it in person, and knows it, which makes him feel week. So he projects these feelings onto Trudeau and then lashes out at him. You don’t need to be Freud. He’s a pathetic little man-child."

Other members of the Group of 7 stood with Canada against Mr. Trump.

“International cooperation can’t depend on anger and small words,” France’s Élysée Palace said in a statement. “Let’s be serious and worthy of our people. We spent two days obtaining a draft and commitments. We stick to it. And anyone who leaves and turns their back on them shows their inconsistency.”

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain issued a statement through an aide saying she was “fully supportive of Justin Trudeau.” The German foreign minister, Heiko Maas, on Sunday called on European nations to stick together following Mr. Trump’s announcement.

“It’s actually not a real surprise,” Mr. Maas told reporters in Berlin. “We have seen this with the climate agreement or the Iran deal. In a matter of seconds, you can destroy trust with 280 Twitter characters. To build that up again will take much longer.”

Mr. Trump never really wanted to attend the Group of 7 meeting, but aides pressed him to go even as they feared it would be a disaster because he was being forced to do something he did not want to do. He rebelled by showing up late and leaving early.

During closed-door meetings, Mr. Trump largely listened through most issues, firmly crossing his arms and swiveling a bit in his seat, according to people who were in the room. At points, he looked around trying to catch the eyes of others, as if looking for reassurance, the witnesses said. Some smiled back; others did not.

He arrived 18 minutes late for a Saturday session on gender equality and did not bother putting his headphones on for translation when President Emmanuel Macron of France spoke. At some points, Mr. Trump closed his eyes in what people in the room took to mean he was dozing off.

But he came alive whenever trade was mentioned, mocking and insulting other leaders, particularly Mr. Trudeau, Mr. Macron and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, according to the witnesses. Ms. Merkel was clearly not happy but largely kept quiet, evidently not wanting to provoke more conflict. Mr. Trump’s conversation was described by European officials as stream of consciousness, filled with superlatives but not following a linear argument.

Negotiators worked late Friday night to craft a statement that all seven leaders could sign. Mr. Trump’s delegation objected to the term “rules-based international order” until negotiators compromised by expressing support for “a” rules-based order rather than “the” rules-based order.

In a section on trade, the Americans insisted on using the word “reciprocal,” one of Mr. Trump’s favorite terms. They compromised by expressing support for “creating reciprocal benefits.” They did not refer directly to the Iran nuclear agreement, which Mr. Trump just pulled out of, but the Europeans included a reference to the United Nations Security Council resolution that endorsed the deal.

The negotiators included agree-to-disagree language on climate change and on an international commitment to reduce plastics in the world. And then the statement was released on Saturday night, only to have Mr. Trump disavow it. Mrs. May learned only as her helicopter arrived at the airport for her to board her plane to return to London.

“It started out as a good summit because we were actually talking to each other, instead of past each other,” said Peter Beyer, the German government’s coordinator on trans-Atlantic relations. But he added, “It looks like the U.S. is no longer a reliable partner in international agreements, and that’s bad.”

Josef Braml of the German Council on Foreign Relations said Mr. Trump considered diplomacy a waste of time. “He is about to destroy what’s left of the liberal world order because he thinks rules and institutions help America’s rivals, China and Europe,” he said.

Laurence Nardon, director of the North American program at the French Institute of International Relations in Paris, said Mr. Trump’s behavior was a negotiation trick. “It’s like when a person leaves the room and slams the door, but is hoping the other person will run after them and follow them into the corridor,” she said.

In Washington, Democrats and some Republicans were upset at the outcome. But Mr. Trump received support from a few Republicans who cheered his tough stance.

Representative Peter T. King, Republican of New York, called the episode a “warning shot to Kim Jong-un” in keeping with Mr. Trump’s approach to negotiations. “This is the Trump style of getting things done,” he said. As to the wisdom of such a public clash, he said, “It depends on how it turns out. This president lives on a high wire, and so far it’s been working.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/10/us/politics/trump-trudeau-summit-g7-north-kor

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 19:47 - Jun 11 with 1055 viewsShaky

Pay berry, berry close attention, Trump fanboys:
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A Senior White House Official Defines the Trump Doctrine: ‘We’re America, Bitch’

The president believes that the United States owes nothing to anyone—especially its allies.
By Jeffrey Goldberg

The Atlantic, 11 June, 10:18 AM ET

Many of Donald Trump’s critics find it difficult to ascribe to a president they consider to be both subliterate and historically insensate a foreign-policy doctrine that approaches coherence. A Trump Doctrine would require evidence of Trump Thought, and proof of such thinking, the argument goes, is scant. This view is informed in part by feelings of condescension, but it is not meritless. Barack Obama, whose foreign-policy doctrine I studied in depth, was cerebral to a fault; the man who succeeded him is perhaps the most glandular president in American history. Unlike Obama, Trump possesses no ability to explain anything resembling a foreign-policy philosophy. But this does not mean that he is without ideas.

Full story: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/06/a-senior-white-house-offici

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 21:22 - Jun 11 with 989 viewsA_Fans_Dad

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 19:47 - Jun 11 by Shaky

Pay berry, berry close attention, Trump fanboys:
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A Senior White House Official Defines the Trump Doctrine: ‘We’re America, Bitch’

The president believes that the United States owes nothing to anyone—especially its allies.
By Jeffrey Goldberg

The Atlantic, 11 June, 10:18 AM ET

Many of Donald Trump’s critics find it difficult to ascribe to a president they consider to be both subliterate and historically insensate a foreign-policy doctrine that approaches coherence. A Trump Doctrine would require evidence of Trump Thought, and proof of such thinking, the argument goes, is scant. This view is informed in part by feelings of condescension, but it is not meritless. Barack Obama, whose foreign-policy doctrine I studied in depth, was cerebral to a fault; the man who succeeded him is perhaps the most glandular president in American history. Unlike Obama, Trump possesses no ability to explain anything resembling a foreign-policy philosophy. But this does not mean that he is without ideas.

Full story: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/06/a-senior-white-house-offici


You should really get some help with your TDS.
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 22:27 - Jun 11 with 944 viewsLeonWasGod

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 23:07 - Jun 11 with 906 viewslondonlisa2001

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 21:22 - Jun 11 by A_Fans_Dad

You should really get some help with your TDS.


The president of the United States of America has flown half way round the world to lend credibility to a tinpot dictator of a crumbled economic disaster case whose nuclear programme has already disintegrated and who has nothing to offer.

If Obama had done it the people currently lauding Trump would be up in arms.
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 23:20 - Jun 11 with 890 viewsA_Fans_Dad

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 23:07 - Jun 11 by londonlisa2001

The president of the United States of America has flown half way round the world to lend credibility to a tinpot dictator of a crumbled economic disaster case whose nuclear programme has already disintegrated and who has nothing to offer.

If Obama had done it the people currently lauding Trump would be up in arms.


A nuclear programme that successfully produced Nuclear Warheads, ie plural.
Just because the last detonation was much bigger than expected and destoyed the Testmine does not mean he no longer has Nuclear warheads to fit on his intercontinental missiles.
Or did you actually think that the Design & Production and test sites were in the same place?
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 23:23 - Jun 11 with 865 viewsDarran

This meeting could lead to more good things in the future.
I can’t stand the hay stack headed prick but I don’t understand how anyone can knock this. (Yet)

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 23:27 - Jun 11 with 876 viewsA_Fans_Dad

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 23:07 - Jun 11 by londonlisa2001

The president of the United States of America has flown half way round the world to lend credibility to a tinpot dictator of a crumbled economic disaster case whose nuclear programme has already disintegrated and who has nothing to offer.

If Obama had done it the people currently lauding Trump would be up in arms.


So you also think that the tin pot dictator has nothing to offer to South Korea, ie PEACE.
You are also suffering severe TDS, but then you believe in Man Made Global Warming, Solar and Wind Energy and the EU.
Perhaps it goes even deeper than TDS.
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 00:01 - Jun 12 with 844 viewslondonlisa2001

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 23:27 - Jun 11 by A_Fans_Dad

So you also think that the tin pot dictator has nothing to offer to South Korea, ie PEACE.
You are also suffering severe TDS, but then you believe in Man Made Global Warming, Solar and Wind Energy and the EU.
Perhaps it goes even deeper than TDS.


I don’t believe global warming is man made. I believe that the natural cycle of warming and cooling has been massively heightened and distorted by our abuse of the planet’s resources.

As does virtually every scientist in the world.

As for the ‘belief in solar and wind energy’. What do you mean i believe in it? It exists and works now, as a matter of absolute fact.

You believe in every single bit of bollox that emanates from breitbart, Fox News, the daily mail, infowars, or any other alt-right site so loved by the Trumpies.

You’d actually rather support Trump and Putin than the UK, the EU, Canada, Australia etc etc.

It beggars belief. It really does,
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 00:52 - Jun 12 with 818 viewsDJack

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 00:01 - Jun 12 by londonlisa2001

I don’t believe global warming is man made. I believe that the natural cycle of warming and cooling has been massively heightened and distorted by our abuse of the planet’s resources.

As does virtually every scientist in the world.

As for the ‘belief in solar and wind energy’. What do you mean i believe in it? It exists and works now, as a matter of absolute fact.

You believe in every single bit of bollox that emanates from breitbart, Fox News, the daily mail, infowars, or any other alt-right site so loved by the Trumpies.

You’d actually rather support Trump and Putin than the UK, the EU, Canada, Australia etc etc.

It beggars belief. It really does,


"I don’t believe global warming is man made. I believe that the natural cycle of warming and cooling has been massively heightened and distorted by our abuse of the planet’s resources. "

Really!!??

"Multiple studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals1 show that 97 percent or more of actively publishing climate scientists agree*: Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities. In addition, most of the leading scientific organizations worldwide have issued public statements endorsing this position."

From NASA https://climate.nasa.gov/scientific-consensus/

and again with IPCC link at very end https://climate.nasa.gov/causes/

"The role of human activity

In its Fifth Assessment Report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a group of 1,300 independent scientific experts from countries all over the world under the auspices of the United Nations, concluded there's a more than 95 percent probability that human activities over the past 50 years have warmed our planet.

The industrial activities that our modern civilization depends upon have raised atmospheric carbon dioxide levels from 280 parts per million to 400 parts per million in the last 150 years. The panel also concluded there's a better than 95 percent probability that human-produced greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide have caused much of the observed increase in Earth's temperatures over the past 50 years.

The panel's full Summary for Policymakers report is online at http://ipcc.ch/pdf/assessment-report/ar5/syr/AR5_SYR_FINAL_SPM.pdf."

It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring. - Carl Sagan

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 01:05 - Jun 12 with 811 viewsHumpty

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 00:52 - Jun 12 by DJack

"I don’t believe global warming is man made. I believe that the natural cycle of warming and cooling has been massively heightened and distorted by our abuse of the planet’s resources. "

Really!!??

"Multiple studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals1 show that 97 percent or more of actively publishing climate scientists agree*: Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities. In addition, most of the leading scientific organizations worldwide have issued public statements endorsing this position."

From NASA https://climate.nasa.gov/scientific-consensus/

and again with IPCC link at very end https://climate.nasa.gov/causes/

"The role of human activity

In its Fifth Assessment Report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a group of 1,300 independent scientific experts from countries all over the world under the auspices of the United Nations, concluded there's a more than 95 percent probability that human activities over the past 50 years have warmed our planet.

The industrial activities that our modern civilization depends upon have raised atmospheric carbon dioxide levels from 280 parts per million to 400 parts per million in the last 150 years. The panel also concluded there's a better than 95 percent probability that human-produced greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide have caused much of the observed increase in Earth's temperatures over the past 50 years.

The panel's full Summary for Policymakers report is online at http://ipcc.ch/pdf/assessment-report/ar5/syr/AR5_SYR_FINAL_SPM.pdf."


I think that's pretty much what she said.
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 01:19 - Jun 12 with 800 viewsDJack

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 01:05 - Jun 12 by Humpty

I think that's pretty much what she said.


"I don’t believe global warming is man made."

I disagree. It may not be the whole reason but it is THE major factor.

snippet from above " Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities."

It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring. - Carl Sagan

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 01:29 - Jun 12 with 789 viewsHumpty

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 01:19 - Jun 12 by DJack

"I don’t believe global warming is man made."

I disagree. It may not be the whole reason but it is THE major factor.

snippet from above " Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities."


I still think that's pretty much what she said.

Not that I'm speaking for Lisa of course.

Anyway, doesn't matter.
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 01:33 - Jun 12 with 788 viewsDJack

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 01:29 - Jun 12 by Humpty

I still think that's pretty much what she said.

Not that I'm speaking for Lisa of course.

Anyway, doesn't matter.


OK, ta.

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 02:29 - Jun 12 with 770 viewsKerouac

A strange feeling came over me this week.
I'm actually starting to enjoy Donald Trump's time as President of the United States!

It was the way he spoke to those EU leaders, the disdain, that's the way they deserve to be spoken to..."and then" said the reporter on Radio 4, "then he was asked about how good his relations with Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron were".
"Unbelievably, after what he's said about them and they him, he replied; They're great[/I)
and went on to score them...10/10"
I burst out laughing.
It's refreshing at least.

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 04:44 - Jun 12 with 747 viewswobbly

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 01:19 - Jun 12 by DJack

"I don’t believe global warming is man made."

I disagree. It may not be the whole reason but it is THE major factor.

snippet from above " Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities."


I think you haven't really read Lisa's post properly. You need to carry on after the sentence you quoted.
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 06:39 - Jun 12 with 720 viewspeenemunde

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 23:07 - Jun 11 by londonlisa2001

The president of the United States of America has flown half way round the world to lend credibility to a tinpot dictator of a crumbled economic disaster case whose nuclear programme has already disintegrated and who has nothing to offer.

If Obama had done it the people currently lauding Trump would be up in arms.


What a load of crap, you’ve written there.
If this summit is successful, the North Korean people will potentially massively benefit, with lifting of sanctions and that in itself is worth president Trump flying to Singapore.

You are one of these idiots, who can’t see the woods for the trees, and would rather the summit fails, so you have another stick to beat Trump with, and if that means the North Korean people have to continue with their suffering, so be it.
The ends justify the means.
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 07:15 - Jun 12 with 695 viewspikeypaul

Trump has done more for world peace in a year than Obama done in 8.

Noble prize for peace awaits him for sure

And yes the usual suspects are squirming and would rather let the North Korean people suffer
rather than Trump have the world acclaim.It sums up what disgusting self righteous scum they are.

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 07:37 - Jun 12 with 687 viewsWarwickHunt

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 06:39 - Jun 12 by peenemunde

What a load of crap, you’ve written there.
If this summit is successful, the North Korean people will potentially massively benefit, with lifting of sanctions and that in itself is worth president Trump flying to Singapore.

You are one of these idiots, who can’t see the woods for the trees, and would rather the summit fails, so you have another stick to beat Trump with, and if that means the North Korean people have to continue with their suffering, so be it.
The ends justify the means.


*serious comma abuse reported to the Grammar Police*
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 08:29 - Jun 12 with 649 viewspeenemunde

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 07:37 - Jun 12 by WarwickHunt

*serious comma abuse reported to the Grammar Police*


Doesn’t take away from the fact that the Donald is doing a magnificent job,,,,,,,,,,must be killing the snowflakes,,,,,,,,,
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 08:57 - Jun 12 with 612 viewsDarran

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 23:27 - Jun 11 by A_Fans_Dad

So you also think that the tin pot dictator has nothing to offer to South Korea, ie PEACE.
You are also suffering severe TDS, but then you believe in Man Made Global Warming, Solar and Wind Energy and the EU.
Perhaps it goes even deeper than TDS.


He’s right what he’s saying mind. This meeting ‘could’ have a massive impact on the region yet some *people can’t see any good in it.

*Not aimed at you Lis.

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 09:25 - Jun 12 with 590 viewsShaky

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 21:22 - Jun 11 by A_Fans_Dad

You should really get some help with your TDS.


You seem to be yapping away a lot at me after you ran away after I exposed your distortions, misunderstanding and lies on energy a few weeks ago.

All sizzle and no steak as the Americans say.

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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 09:48 - Jun 12 with 567 viewsA_Fans_Dad

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 09:25 - Jun 12 by Shaky

You seem to be yapping away a lot at me after you ran away after I exposed your distortions, misunderstanding and lies on energy a few weeks ago.

All sizzle and no steak as the Americans say.


You exposed absolutely nothing on Energy, you assume that I know nothing about it when I do.
The point is you believe what the Mass Media puts out.
I beleive what Investigating scientists and engineers have shown.
Lisa says I believe Fox news and the Mail, she has absolutely no idea, I have spent the last 12 years looking in to Climate and Energy.
I did not run away, I am not going to waste my time debating subjects with someone who's world view is so far apart.
You keep copying and pasting any crap you can that denigrates the President of the USA, I have seen absolutely no comment on the evidence available about the actions against him by the Deep State in America.
When I say evidence I mean real "Evidence" not crap put out by newspapers and writers.
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Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 10:00 - Jun 12 with 557 viewsShaky

Trump's G7 Tantrum Explained: on 09:48 - Jun 12 by A_Fans_Dad

You exposed absolutely nothing on Energy, you assume that I know nothing about it when I do.
The point is you believe what the Mass Media puts out.
I beleive what Investigating scientists and engineers have shown.
Lisa says I believe Fox news and the Mail, she has absolutely no idea, I have spent the last 12 years looking in to Climate and Energy.
I did not run away, I am not going to waste my time debating subjects with someone who's world view is so far apart.
You keep copying and pasting any crap you can that denigrates the President of the USA, I have seen absolutely no comment on the evidence available about the actions against him by the Deep State in America.
When I say evidence I mean real "Evidence" not crap put out by newspapers and writers.


I have done strategy consulting in power engineering, and alternative energy, mergers and acquisitions in power engineering, power generation utilities, and alternative energy, primary equity financing for all of the above, and project financing in power generation for both large scale conventional generation and alternative energy.

You know jack shit.

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