Why is GERMANY so dependant on RUSSIAN GAS? – VisualPolitik EN
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Why is GERMANY so dependant on RUSSIAN GAS? – VisualPolitik EN

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Germany is the main natural gas consumer in all across Europe and more than half of that gas comes from Russia. This Russian dependency is even bigger in … .

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20 thoughts on “Why is GERMANY so dependant on RUSSIAN GAS? – VisualPolitik EN

  1. Very poorly, perhaps by choice video. Ukraine was sold gas at below cost price.
    When they chose to disassociate with the CIS and spat in Russia's eye, they lost their benefits.
    How is that a surprise?

  2. The United States will stand with its European allies against Russia, President Joe Biden has promised, ahead of the first face-to-face meeting with Vladimir Putin and his administration. What's said, this is crock off horse manure, Europe has seen how Biden has treated Israel, Hongkong, communist China, and anyone, on which side of the pay to play game you are on, just ask Hunter. We love Putin's pipe lines, but hate ours! How about return of that 3 million Hunter received from Putin? The Biden's. have been well compensated from China and Russia for what?

  3. Short answer: because it wants to be dependent on Russia. Germany believes that strong economic ties reduce the likelihood of war. In the case of Ukraine, that hasn't turned out to be true. German politicians, though, are not smart enough to face the reality that Russia is a revolting and aggressive dictatorship.

  4. So let get this str8, "US" is "concerned" that Germany will be dependent on Russian, are you telling me that this psychopath in Washington that don't give a f*ck for US people (or anybody) are "concerned" for Germany? 🤣🤣

  5. You didn't do your homework again regarding Romania! This is like the 3rd time, especially after that terrible Transilvania episode. Romania is the largest producer of natural gas in Eastern Europe and 4th in terms of production in the EU and is 30th in terms of proven reserves in the world. 85% of the gas we use in Romania is produced internally. That "100%" is in fact 100% of that 15% which is foreign gas. Do your research better man, this is really dissapointing!

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