i suppose the euro rothschilds are rebelling against the anglo rothschilds

Germany, Austria Slam Pindo Sanctions Against Russia
Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, Jun 15 2017

Less than a day after the Senate overwhelmingly voted to impose new sanctions against the Kremlin, on Thursday Germany and Austria, two of Russia’s biggest energy clients in Europe, slammed the latest Pindo sanctions against Moscow, saying they could affect European businesses involved in piping in Russian natural gas. Shortly after the Senate voted Wednesday to slap new sanctions on key sectors of Russia’s economy over “interference in the 2016 elections” and aggression in Syria and Ukraine, in a joint statement Austria’s Chancellor Kern and Germany’s Foreign Minister Gabriel said it appeared that the Senate bill was aimed at securing Pindosi energy jobs and pushing out Russian gas deliveries to Europe. Gabriel and Kern also accused Pindostan of having ulterior motives in seeking to enforce the energy blockade, which they said is trying to help Pindo natural gas suppliers at the expense of their Russian rivals. And they warned the threat of fining European companies participating in the Nord Stream 2 project “introduces a completely new, very negative dimension into EuroPindo relations.” In their forceful appeal, the two boxtops urged Pindostan to back off from linking the situation in Ukraine to the question of who can sell gas to Europe, epmphasizing:

Europe’s energy supply is a matter for Europe, and not for Pindostan.

Some Eastern European countries, including Poland and Ukraine, fear the loss of transit revenue if Russian gas supplies don’t pass through their territory anymore once the new pipeline is built. While it was important for Eurostan & Pindostan to form a united front on the issue of Ukraine, we can’t accept the threat of illegal and extra-territorial sanctions against European companies, as in the section of the bill that calls for Pindostan to continue to oppose the Nord Stream 2 pipeline beneath the Baltic. According to AP, half of the cost of the new pipeline is being paid for by Gazprom, while the other half is being shouldered by a group including Anglo-Dutch Shell, France’s Engie, Austria’s OMV and Germany’s Uniper and Wintershall. Gazprom said that Senate’s plan for extended sanctions to cover Nord Stream 2 is a way to secure Pindo LNG markets in Europe, but that the project is proceeding in line with plan and has already received more than €1b from Nord Stream 2 consortium. In light of recent media frenzy in the US, we are skeptical the Senate will undo its decision, lest it too be accused of being infiltrated by KGB spies and colluding with Putin. Meanwhile, this just hit:


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