Fortunately They Have Windmills

The Netherlands has lots of windmills, so they should be OK without natural gas.

Russia may halt gas supplies to the Netherlands — RT Business News

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7 Responses to Fortunately They Have Windmills

  1. Gamecock says:

    Indeed. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

    This could get way worse for Europe before it’s over.

    And EVERY politician will say, “It’s Putin’s fault!,” as if they have no culpability.

  2. The Dark Lord says:

    I’m sorry but if they needed the gas on Friday they still need the gas on Monday

  3. If Russia doesn’t desist, we will destroy our economies. Why not tell them that the RAF will bomb London if they don’t immediately withdraw from Ukraine? The ‘sanctions’ appear to be part of the on-going policy to destroy the West.

    • Richard says:

      Russia only contributes 3% to world GDP

      Biden could Nuke Russia and it could collapse and the world really would not feel the pain – it would like losing and STD

  4. arn says:

    This is into what European countries have devolved to.

    A woke parasite that does not want to pay and then wonders that the producer stops the supply.
    What’s more remarkable is,that the parasite is refusing to do(ruble payments) has been doing this for decades (paying with petrodollars)
    and not a single of the many American wars ever made them even consider to sanction the USA or stop petrodollar payments.

    It is also interesting to see how dependent the EU is and that Putin,if he only had 5% of the rotten mindset of the Wall Street Colonies,could destroy their economies
    within a few month or blackmail them into oblivion with sanctions based on ridiculous excuses.

  5. db says:

    We also have LOTS of gas of our own, more than 40 years worth in fact. The State just refuses to tap into it.
    I guess it looks like we’re going to be cold this winter because our rulers have decided so.

  6. dearieme says:

    Times change: the Netherlands used to have plenty of gas of its own.

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