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Germany, US Strike Nord Stream 2 Compromise Deal

This is more of a victory for Germany (and Russia) than a compromise deal, but Deutsche Welle no doubt wants to be diplomatic. This enhances the energy security of Germany and Europe, avoids a very expensive write-off of nearly finished pipe-line infrastructure, improves European-Russian relations, and hopefully prevents Russia being pushed into Chinese arms completely. It is also a clear sign of diminishing US influence in European affairs. As neo-Gaullists, promoting the geopolitical Paris-Berlin-Moscow axis, as well as the intended “Euro-Anglo seniority swap” in the near future, where the European Mother Civilization will have “1945” rolled-back and get the upper-hand over Anglosphere, this pipeline is exactly what is desired.

[spiegel.de] – Merkels Triumph
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[economist.com] – Macron warns Europe: NATO is becoming brain-dead
[telegraph.co.uk] – Lord Heseltine suggests Brexit vote allows Germany to win WW2
[reuters.com] – China presses Europe for anti-U.S. alliance on trade
[radio-nederland.nl] – Gerhard Schroeder podcast: China – Deutschlands starker Partner

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