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  1. I can not believe that the President of the USA is busy with unpainted window frames from a small restaurant. Does not he have anything more important to do? This clown has really a screw loose.
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    Airbus warns of threat to UK jobs from no-deal Brexit

    Right Brexit is project fear. Many are worried about their jobs, nobody knows how to proceed, uncertainty everywhere. Brexit is project fear indeed.
  3. The orange clown puts millions of jobs at risk. Not only with its trading partners, but also in the USA itself. All consumers worldwide (including the US) will have to pay higher prices. The orange clown violates WTO rules and accuses his - now former friends - of being a national security risk. Canada, Mexico, Japan, India, China, EU, New Zealand, Brazil and many other countries will continue to respond. Trust in the US as a reliable trading partner is destroyed. The orange clown forces an unintentional war on the American citizen. A trade war. The orange clown also lies to his population. If you look not only at the trade balance sheets, but also at the service- and financial balance sheets (services and finances), the values are completely different. There is a risk that the orange clown will create an anti-America sentiment worldwide. USA go home, boycott of American products will be one of the consequences. Trump makes almost all the countries of this earth an enemy. Exceptions are Saudi Arabia (where he sold billions of war material), Australia (where the US has a double trade surplus, which does not bother him at all) and North Korea (with Kim, his new friend for good PR news). The direct investments in the USA as a production site are in a freefall. A research by the Rhodium Group saying that Chinese investment in the United States declined 92 percent to $1.8 billion in the first five months of the year, its lowest level in seven years. The US Farmers, Boeing, Caterpillar, Whiskey Distillers, Harley Davidson, Deere, A.O. Smith, Cummins, Tiffany, Weber, EXPD, Qualcomm, BorgWarner, etc, are just a few companies that will feel the stupid politics of the orange clown. If you blackmail, threaten, and corner your trading partners, you do not have to be surprised that there will be counter-attacks. Once the affected countries start taxing the Internet US companies hard, corporate profits will not flow back to the US. The fact that the orange clown believes that he can win a worldwide trade war without damage is unbelievable.
  4. They should hire a large gym and lock up this killer of 77 people along with the relatives of the murdered for some hours. The relatives should be given baseball bats if desired. The result would then be a real judgment in the name of the (affected) people.
  5. The Paris Agreement (French: Accord de Paris), Paris climate accord or Paris climate agreement is an agreement within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) dealing with greenhouse gas emissions mitigation, adaptation, and finance starting in the year 2020. The language of the agreement was negotiated by representatives of 196 parties at the 21st Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC in Paris and adopted by consensus on 12 December 2015.[3][4] As of June 2018, 195 UNFCCC members have signed the agreement, and 178 have become party to it.[1] The Agreement aims long-term goal of keeping the increase in global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels; and to aim to limit the increase to 1.5°C, since this would significantly reduce risks and the impacts of climate change. The first time that all countries on this earth made a joint decision. And then comes the super idiot trump, who knows everything better. In accordance with Article 28 of the Paris Agreement, the earliest possible effective withdrawal date by the United States cannot be before November 4, 2020, four years after the Agreement came into effect in the United States and one day after the 2020 U.S. presidential election.[5][not in citation given] The White House later clarified that the U.S. will abide by the four-year exit process.[6] Until the withdrawal takes effect, the United States may be obligated to maintain its commitments under the Agreement, such as the requirement to continue reporting its emissions to the United Nations.[5] While celebrated by some members of the Republican Party,[7] international reactions to the withdrawal were overwhelmingly negative from across the political spectrum, and the decision received substantial criticism from religious organizations, businesses, political leaders, environmentalists, and scientists and citizens from the United States and abroad.[8][9][10]
  6. how deep can a country sink? poor America. moral bankruptcy? Gas chamber? i hope the supporters of such politics may choke on the money in their throat.
  7. i would say the usa spends far too much money on the military. and not the others too little!
  8. No the grafhic is right, coz shows only the Nato spendings. The rest of the military budget burns the US in its other world-wide adventures. Only 10% of the usa military budget is for nato.
  9. Would be good if this treat would be more factual again. It does not speak against it, if one has a contrary opinion. What annoys me are the posts with the structure: Personal insult argument Personal insult Unfortunately, the thread has lost in level in terms of informative and respectful information exchange.
  10. He already sounds like a megalomaniac Nero. The friendly nations he has already burned down. It's really time to send this madman to North Korea forever. Since he can then hear Kim every day.
  11. So far, at least, Donald Trump has smashed more than he built. With regard to environmental policy, the Middle East, and above all with regard to former allies in Canada and Europe. The now - but it is again remembered - by a prominent commentator of Fox News simply be referred to as "opponents". Already upsetting the hatred that opens up between nations in online forums which have had a good, friendly relationship since the second world war. And now, on the world stage, we have an egoistic, but unfortunately very powerful self-promoter who instigates discontent and hatred between the friendly countries and incites people against each other. In ancient times, such troublemakers were simply publicly staked.
  12. I agree. How were the whole food photos in the statistics rated?
  13. to praise oneself stinks. sad that so many americans have chosen this stinker.
  14. quite right. and all 44 presidents before him were all idiots then?
  15. "He also said that those arrested in another fake news case about fuel price rises would only be warned" What does this mean? The whole world and all stock exchanges speculate about the oil price development. And that is a crime in Thailand? That's really stupid.
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