Angela Merkel Reflects Fear and Loathing Amid EU Elites…

German Chancellor Angela Merkel delivered some rather strongly worded remarks in advance of the upcoming G20 summit in Hamburg Germany.  Reuters frames the Merkel statements as a warning to U.S. President Donald Trump.

(Reuters) German Chancellor Angela Merkel promised to fight for free trade and press on with multilateral efforts to combat climate change at the G20 summit next week, challenging the “America First” policies of U.S. President Donald Trump.

In a defiant speech to parliament a week before she will host a summit of the world’s top economic powers in Hamburg, the northern port city where she was born, Merkel did not mention Trump by name but said global problems could not be solved with protectionism and isolation. (read more)

However, seeking control is a reaction to fear.  Ms. Merkel, the EU, and the larger multinational global interests therein, fear Trump… and for good reason, he’s winning.

President Trump has put a jaw-dropping U.S. energy platform solidly into place.  You can learn more about them HERE and HERE.  The announcements last week are tectonic in consequence though seemingly lost amid the chafe of media reporting over twitter spats.

Everything President Trump’s team does is connected to a bigger, much bigger, picture than most people are paying attention to.  However, those who control the levers of multinational power are paying very close attention.

At it’s core and central elements ‘America-First’ is about prosperity and national security through the utilization of leveraged economic power.   For four decades, as he built out his empire of holdings, every-single-day at every-single-opportunity, Donald Trump voiced vociferous frustration that politicians were allowing the U.S. to be controlled, lessened, weakened and robbed by multinational economic interests.

The historic fact of Trump’s decades-long position must be understood in order to understand the severity, consequence, deliberateness and thoughtfulness of his corrective plan of action.  You cannot overemphasize how strong these positions are.  Inasmuch as you inherently care for the guardianship of your child, likewise does Donald Trump view the United States with such a disposition of care, concern and stewardship.

In Trump’s mind, failure in his goal to reestablish American economic power, economic strength and economic dominance is no more an option than a mother failing to grasp the hand of her child walking amid edge of a sheer cliff.  It just is. It will be. There is no alternative. Period.

While the rest of the chattering class have overlooked it, President Trump, Rick Perry, Steven Mnuchin, Wilbur Ross, Robert Lighthizer, Ryan Zinke and Scott Pruitt have already moved America passed “energy independence”.

Stop.  Realize what that sentence says.

America has already passed the goal of “energy independence”.

We are now beyond the previously optimistic goal of energy independence.  It’s only been 5 months.

We ran past the goal of energy independence so fast, that no-body seemingly noticed it.  It’s like a race car lapping the traffic and now positioning for the lead of the pack again.  As the crowd watches the race and positioning, the jostling, they seemingly missed, or forgot, the fact the Trump car was so fast it’s already a full lap ahead of the current cars and now back in the pack attempting to lead by two laps.


President Trump’s economic team is now selling energy as an economic export product.

Now, just stop for a moment and contemplate this.

Our national GDP has always been based on the fact we create energy products (oil, gas, coal, renewable etc.), but we have also needed to import energy (traditionally oil).  The import aspect reduces the overall economic value of a fully functional GDP.  We shipped dollars overseas to pay for energy.  Those dollars come from your pocket (gas prices mostly).

The national security angle of this entire issue is transparent, ie. war for oil etc., and we have always been hostage to OPEC pricing, regardless of which political ideology was in power and the relationship therein.  In short we’ve always been a customer.  No-more.

Dakota Access is approved.  Keystone is approved.  Multiple new coastal oil refineries are coming on line (Louisiana, Texas), and we are exporting fuel and LNG (Liquified Natural Gas).   Light-Sweet Crude is stable at low market value, and U.S. gas prices are at their lowest point in decades with even lower prices yet to come.  Oh, and the coal business, driven mostly by export, is up over 7% in less than 3 months.


You’ve heard me talk about the economics of energy, probably more than you want.  But think about this…. really think about this.  It’s all connected.

Need to pay down the deficit to invest in infrastructure?  Kinda easy to put a .25 cent gas tax into place when you drop the price of gas by $1.00+,  AND control the future pricing of gas because you control the market, because you are energy independent.  See how this works?

Everything is about the economics, and every outcome can be distilled down to a review of the underlying economics.

Arab Summit? Well, we are no longer beholden to OPEC.  So, when the GCC need to ensure the big cats are kept in their big terror cat cages, what do they need?  [Remember, oil reliance, is no longer part of the exchange conversation with the U.S.]   GCC needs friends, allies, and independent weapons now.   Independent weapons, because the vested U.S. economic interest to be the force in command those weapons is now gone.

Mexico’s entire energy sector is roughly $28 billion.  Mexico’s reliance on monetary wire transfers of U.S. dollars by individuals (non business) is roughly $29 billion.  Wilbur Ross, Robert Lightizer confront the former, while Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin controls guardianship of regulations on the latter.

NAFTA? Leverage? See how that works?

Inside the reversal of Obama’s Cuban policies, is the U.S. Treasury Secretary’s control over Cuban Remittances.  Economic leverage.  Sure U.S. Companies can do business there, but they still have to adhere to financial rules on foreign investment.  And CFIUS (Council on Foreign Investment in U.S.) works the economic/NatSec equation in both directions.

In reality Steven Mnuchin has more control over National Security than Secretary of Defense General Mattis or Secretary of State Rex Tillerson….

But no-one ever fully understood the national security trade leverage, apart from economic sanctions aspect, other than businessman Donald Trump, then candidate Donald Trump, and now President Donald Trump and his views/policies on all things economic.

Under President Trump energy as an export commodity is an entire new aspect to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP ), the economics of the U.S., that never existed before.  And Team Trump are right now positioning their energy trade race to lap all competitors.

Remember, we’ve already passed “independence”, we lapped it.  Now we’re competing for the lead inside a race where we are already a lap ahead of our competition…

That’s one of the reasons why Germany’s Angela Merkel is lashing out.

Remember #1:

REUTERS – Germany’s powerful car industry said Europe would need to reassess its environmental standards to remain competitive after the United States said it would withdraw from the Paris climate pact.”

Remember #2:

REUTERS – Investors with more than $15 trillion of assets under management urged governments led by the United States to implement the Paris climate accord to fight climate change despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s threats to pull out.

“As long-term institutional investors, we believe that the mitigation of climate change is essential for the safeguarding of our investments,” according to the letter signed by 214 institutional investors and published on Monday.

“We urge all nations to stand by their commitments to the Agreement,” it said. Signatories of the letter included the California Public Employees Retirement System and other pension funds from Sweden to Australia.  (read more)

President Trump was very smart about the long-term ramifications to the ‘Paris treaty’.  The heavily influenced industrialized nations committed themselves to this agreement and anchored their economic manufacturing base within a tiered system of ridiculously burdensome regulations and agreements.

India, China and S.E.A.N.  (Southeast Asian Nations) were essentially exempt from the worst economic energy restrictions within the treaty.

The strategic benefit to the United States stems from not participating in the regulatory stranglehold that accompanies the agreement. Obviously all nations that compete with the U.S on international trade agreements would, for once, be at a disadvantage; and we have just made energy an export commodity within the trade equation.

This is in addition to American manufacturing and our industrial base now being able to take strategic advantage.  In larger terms Trump’s refocused policy objectives remove the political benefit from Wall Street and places it back with Main Street, reversing a three decade long shift. This approach is adverse to the interests of the globalists.

President Trump’s economic team are well aware of the strategic advantage is walking away from the Paris Climate Treaty. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and their entire economic team know what is needed to reverse the decades long construct and defeat the interests of the global elites.

The primary concern for every multinational corporation and multinational band surrounds economics, not climate.  “Climate” issues were/are the Trojan horse, the false ruse, the talking point, the scheme to get economic systems in place -yes, political systems- to control the distributive flow of larger economic wealth within all nations.  Period.

What ObamaCare was to our loss of healthcare individualism, so too was the Paris Treaty a political tool to deconstruct America’s national economic individualism.  FULL-STOP.

To understand the larger objectives of the global and financial elite it is important to understand the three-decade global financial construct they seek to protect. Global financial exploitation of national markets:

♦Multinational corporations purchase controlling interests in various national elements of developed industrial western nations.
♦The Multinational Corporations making the purchases are underwritten by massive global financial institutions, multinational banks.
♦The Multinational Banks and the Multinational Corporations then utilize lobbying interests to manipulate the internal political policy of the targeted nation state(s).
♦With control over the targeted national industry or interest, the multinationals then leverage export of the national asset (exfiltration) through trade agreements structured to the benefit of lesser developed nation states – where they have previously established a proactive financial footprint.

The ‘America First’ Trump-Trade Doctrine upsets the entire construct of this multinational export/control dynamic.  Team Trump focuses exclusively on bilateral trade deals with specific policy only looking out for the national interests of the United States.

Under President Trump’s Trade positions exfiltration of U.S. national wealth is essentially stopped.  This puts the multinational corporations, globalists who previously took a stake-hold in the U.S. economy with intention to export the wealth, in a position of holding interest of an asset they can no longer exploit.

If you can see the ramifications, and can grasp the inherent anger, you can begin to understand the severity of the opposition to President Trump.

Multinational corporations and billionaire financiers used climate change, the energy sector control mechanism, as a tool toward furtherance of global wealth collection and redistribution that they control.

It’s not a conspiracy, it’s just the way global financial markets, driven by global financial interests, work.   The top-tier strategy is quite simple, and has been played out for several cycles at various points in the modern economic life-cycle.  Create an institutional trade instrument (housing/bond financial bubble example), control it, drive the pricing to an apex and reap the financial rewards.

Their expressed holy grail for human control is a global tax on all people more commonly known as a “carbon-trading tax”.  A planetary tax on personage, behavior and activity, through a market-based trade vehicle (Paris Agreement), which they exclusively control; and which subverts the national economic interests of sovereign nations.

The “Carbon Trading” fundamental financial instrument is the foundational block of the financial interests behind modern climate change.  The latest exhibition of a decades long series of international construct was the Paris Climate Change agreement.

President Donald Trump is deconstructing this entire decades-long institutional system of control. There are trillions at stake and the efforts of entire generations of billionaire left-wing elites on the line.

This is why those same global elites worked diligently to install French President Emmanuel Macron; and this is why Macron’s boss, Germany’s Angela Merkel, is so angry.

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303 Responses to Angela Merkel Reflects Fear and Loathing Amid EU Elites…

  1. Beverly says:

    Sundance, isn’t the Paris “climate” accord about carbon dioxide, rather than “carbon”? Their use of this false term is meant to make us think of soot and conventional pollution, and cover up the fact that they’re attacking carbon dioxide — which most folks will realize is absurd.

    They’re evilly good at branding in a misleading way.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Malatrope says:

      Indeed it is, Beverly. But not only can most people not wrap their heads around molecules versus elements (and it’s hard for news people to pronounce “dioxide”), it’s at best a McGuffin anyway. It really doesn’t matter what it’s called.

      Liked by 4 people

    • MOA says:

      The pick of visual disinformation by the warming hysterics are the pictures of electricity generation concrete cooling towers, full of hot water that produce harmless steam. These pictures often lead media articles on CAGWarming.

      Liked by 3 people

      • On behalf of my industry can I also point out that not only is it harmless steam but with towers fitted with electrolytiic scrubbers the steam is PURE WATER. You’d be lucky to get better water off of your mains supply.

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      • getitright says:

        Have you noticed as well the simple photography trick is to shoot the tower emissions into the sun to make the “steam condensate”, real steam is invisible, look as black as 2.5 particulate emissions.


    • starfcker says:

      Beverly, that is a great point. I use a form of your arguement all the time. I love asking libs how you measure a ton of carbon dioxide.

      Liked by 4 people

    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      “antioxidants” sounds more healthy than “polyphenols.”


    • Carbon vs. carbon dioxide well id depends on whether the taxman is a scientists and wants the broadest tax base possible. To be succinct, carbon is the most common element in all living organisms. It is a major component of all biological macromolecules (nucleic acids, proteins, fats, carbohydrates). And also in plastics, natural products wood, etc. CO2 on the other hand is a byproduct of metabolism as well as a plant metabolite. So if you really want to be able to tax everything but metals, water and air, go for a carbon tax. And those non carbon items can also fall to the taxman based on the amount of carbon (energy used to produce them). Carbon tax = evil at work.

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      • CaptainNonno says:

        CO2 is a plant substrate that is utilized via respiration to store energy and exit Oxygen as a byproduct. Loss of vegetation due to urban creep esp in So America’s Amazon has never been included in the ‘climate’ discussions that I’ve read.


    • mopar2016 says:

      Yeah the simpletons on the left think that everyone is as goofy as they are.
      Their silly THEORY is easily swatted down by real science called Photosynthesis.
      All green plants absorb carbon dioxide, and then release oxygen.


      • pyeatte says:

        Absolutely, it is frightening to realize that so many people, including those in power, do not know the details of photosynthesis. 6CO2 + 6H2O + S/L => C6H12O6 + 6O2, where S/L is sunlight and C6H12O6 is simple sugar (Glucose). Without this, everything dies.


  2. Beverly says:

    President Trump is a kickass CEO, isn’t he? one who actually loves America. Amazing feeling after three decades of perfidy and fecklessness.

    Liked by 22 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      “A carbon emissions tax is an easy, effective approach to climate change, steering companies and consumers toward lower-emission and renewable sources.” NY Times, 7 June 2015

      It is about taxing carbon emissions. Humans, a carbon-based life form, emit carbon (CO2) when they exhale. So, they tax
      “Every breath you take
      Every move you make
      Every bond you break, every step you take
      I’ll be watching you”
      The Police

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      • nuthinmuffin says:

        Let me tell you how it will be
        There’s one for you, nineteen for me
        ‘Cause I’m the taxman, yeah, I’m the taxman

        Should five per cent appear too small
        Be thankful I don’t take it all
        ‘Cause I’m the taxman, yeah I’m the taxman

        If you drive a car, I’ll tax the street,
        If you try to sit, I’ll tax your seat.
        If you get too cold I’ll tax the heat,
        If you take a walk, I’ll tax your feet.

        Beatles – Taxman

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        • Beatles – smart, until they married idiot women – peaceniks with screechy voices, vegans with long blonde hair. Um, who did George Harrison and Ringo Starr marry? Never heard of them, so they may not have been idiots. If they aren’t, I apologize in advance.


          • Wend says:

            George Harrison’s first wife was Patti Boyd who he met while making “A Hard Day’s Night”. She was the cute blonde with the long hair on the train at the beginning. She eventually left him for his best friend, Eric Clapton, who was inspired by her to write the title song and make the magnificent album “Layla”. They later divorced. Boyd has become a very accomplished photographer and gourmet writer. Her photography is really superb (better than Linda McCartney’s BTW.) I don’t know if she remarried. I enjoyed her autobiography “Wonderful Tonight”, she seems like a very sensible woman. Then he married a woman named Olivia who is now his widow. Seems like a nice lady. I think George was the real deal, a genuinely spiritual and humanitarian person.

            Ringo Starr who is supposed to be a great guy was married to a hairdresser named Maureen who always seemed like a down-to-earth sort. They divorced not long after the Beatles became big. He is I think still married to the gorgeous actress Barbara Bach.

            I absolutely adored John Lennon and USED to like Yoko Ono. Paul and Linda/Heather you can have. I love the daughter Stella’s fashion work (she designed that killer black jumpsuit Melania wore in Saudi Arabia). The girl Paul left for Linda-Jane Asher-was exquisitely beautiful and a terrific actress.

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            George Harrison married Pattie Boyd, a model, who then cheated on him and ran off with Eric Clapton (Lady in Red). His second wife was Olivia Arias. They were married until his death from cancer. Ringo Starr married Maureen Cox with whom he had three children. They divorced due to his infidelities. He met and married actress Barbara Bach (a brunette) after that, and they are still married. John Lennon’s first wife was Cynthia, with whom he had son, Julian. They divorced when Cynthia caught him cheating on her with Yoko Ono. Yoko, as you probably know had long dark hair. Yoko was a very odd person, in my opinion. She is probably the weird, artist vegan person with the screechy voice you are remembering. Cynthia was also a brunette, but died her hair blonde. Paul’s first wife was Linda Eastman, a photographer – died of cancer. She seemed to be a really great down to earth person. They had three children together. I believe she actually did have blonde hair, but I don’t think she was an idiot or had a screechy voice. He married that one gal with the fake leg – Heather Mills – just long enough to have a daughter with her, then they divorced. She may have been an idiot. Was most definitely a gold digger…:) He is married now to Nancy Shevell whose family owns New England Motor Freight. She has long dark hair. So, in retrospect, not all these wives/lovers were blonde, and I think the only thing idiotic about them was marrying unstable, cheating, drug using immature men. However, I grew up listening to the Beatles music and recognize their obvious genius as musicians. Fun facts for the day!!!!

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    • Janie M. says:

      This will always be my favorite SD meme of President Trump:

      Liked by 7 people

    • lady4trump says:

      Donald Trump is one in a billion! I feel grateful every day he’s our President!

      Liked by 3 people

  3. Mustang4176 says:

    Excellent read!!
    Cheers SD
    So quickly going from MakeAGA to MakingAGA to MadeAGA

    Liked by 9 people

  4. Donna in Oregon says:

    Thank you for the great article Sundance. Really enjoyed it 🙂

    Liked by 5 people

    • Tegan says:

      Excellent! I hope this makes it to the Luicanne website for expended distribution. I ‘ve sent to several people, myself. The brain power among the Cabinet members involved is mind boggling…I am truly in awe (as well as thankful!) our POTUS was able to tap into such talent, experience and patriotism. We are blessed.

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  5. AmSa/Mx says:


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  6. dbcaldave says:

    Fantastic article! Wish everyone could read it
    . So much winning,
    Leading by two laps! Giddyup!!

    Liked by 4 people

  7. M. Mueller says:

    This is why NATO scares me. Why would we want to be in the position of protecting countries like Germany, France and Turkey? Seems they are actively trying to start wars. Also, what happens when one NATO country wars with another (Germany/Poland)? The whole thing makes no sense to me.

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  8. dustahl says:

    Merkel will be on suicide watch next week

    Liked by 4 people

  9. TheLastDemocrat says:


    What global problems?

    Liked by 2 people

  10. TheLastDemocrat says:

    Zucker / CNN threatened Trump / US Vulgarians:

    How’s that working out for ya, CNN?

    Who else? President of Mexico, the Pope, the entire Republican Establishment, the entire Democrat Establishment, the entire MSM, and Alicia Machado.

    Merkel: Magic Eight-Ball says….

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    • dutzie60 says:

      From the adweek article …. Question to Zucker re: Low T and Low IQ
      It was reported that MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski were at Mar-a-Lago on New Year’s Eve. They said it was because they were trying to get an interview with Trump. Was it appropriate for journalists to attend the president-elect’s private party?
      I think in that case, optically, it would have been a lot better to have just made a phone call and ask for the interview.


      • Wend says:

        Absolutely not. But what else do you expect from white trash?

        Liked by 1 person

      • getitright says:

        Even worse they were, by all reports, attempting to have the President intervene on their behave to have an uncomplimentary news article in the National Enquirer? suppressed.
        Who would consider themselves so important as to deserve the President’s personal attention regarding their self-inflicted problems. Such hubris.
        Apparently after being rebuffed is when they undertook to denigrate the President on an ongoing basis.

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  11. jstanley01 says:

    “Everything President Trump’s team does is connected to a bigger, much bigger, picture than most people are paying attention to. However, those who control the levers of multinational power are paying very close attention.”

    Tweeting is a great strategy, actually. I’ll never forget how President Trump dropped the Covfefe bomb on the libtards’ heads, and got them ranting about nothing the day before he pulled out of Paris Fraud. Epic troll of all history!

    Yeah the elites are paying very close attention, but for them retain enough of a societal consensus to continue their scams, they’ve got to rely on a mainstream media that falls for it every time:


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    • Joshua2415 says:

      And his latest Twittterspat with Mr. & Mrs. Mika drew everyones attention while the House passed Kate’s Law and the “No Sanctuary for Criminals Act”. Do you think that the r’s in congress may have finally figured out that President Trump is clearing the media minefield for them?

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  12. Patrick Walsh says:

    Bravo for President Trump. We have our country back!

    Liked by 5 people

  13. StuckIntheMiddle says:

    Excellent essay SD. I particularly endorse your excellent choice of the word ‘stewardship’. That perfectly encompasses everything about The President.

    Liked by 10 people

  14. I pray for the safety of President Trump, his family daily. With so much at stake, the globalist are not going to go quietly. I’m grateful that PDJT pulled out of the Paris Accord. Even though our Prime Minister Trudeau supports the Paris Accord, with the US as our neighbor, I somehow feel that the US will be a ‘correcting’ influence on him. I hope so anyway.

    [I also pray daily for the safety of President Al-Sisi]

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    • Seriously. I believe if anything like that happens, the military, the police, and the armed militia will turn to our side. And then there is the people themselves. Like the French revolution, blood must be spilled, in a targeted way, and the media, the Hollywood elites, the billionaire globalists, and of course, the politicians will all be targeted for demolition and extermination. The house will be cleansed. It amounts to about 2000-3000 people. Antifa etc will just be a side show.

      I really, deep down, believe that would happen. Nothing could stop it. The people will just make it happen. Take away the illegals, the dead, the double counted, the stuffed ballots, and the rigged voting machines, and Trump was probably about 65% of the vote. They lost a rigged election. Yes, read that again. They lost a rigged election. Hence, what we see today.

      I know my world history, and understand that no-one ever learns from it, and yet it always repeats like clockwork. That is just a fact. The USA is not immune. It was born out of such chaos. This is not 1963. The entire country has no living experience of conflict. Like earthquake predictions, we are long overdue. An assault on the safety of our president would be a seismic erruption, like the San Andreas fault. I think they know that too.

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    • Fe says:

      Thank you for reminding me to pray for President al-Sisi. 🙂

      Liked by 3 people

  15. 6x47 says:

    If you look a little further down the road, you can see that Wall Street will follow Main Street. In the end, it’s all about money. Donald Trump is creating a prosperity engine against which the global elite and they’re green blob cannot hope to complete.

    The march of the globalists was successful only in so far as they were able to bribe key decision-makers and interest groups to implement their agenda. Donald Trump with the United States of America and its entire economy has Much deeper pockets.

    Think of Donald Trump as the Pied Piper and all the financiers as the rats. They’re going to follow the music, and all those EU socialists cannot compete.

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  16. W-D says:

    “Merkel did not mention Trump by name but said global problems could not be solved with protectionism and isolation.”

    They will for us.

    Liked by 8 people

  17. JDV says:

    “Well, we are no longer beholden to OPEC.”

    The fat that we could have independence generations ago shows how deep the rot is, and how antithetical the interests of politicos and their cronies are to ours.

    Liked by 7 people

    • dutzie60 says:

      Yeah, I’m getting pi$$ed all over again about the freaking gas lines I sat in ‘way back then’. What a damn scam that crap was. Oh, and $5.00 a gallon for gas – that was just recently so I’m still pi$$ed about that waste of my money! /rant

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      • G. Combs says:

        Those gas lines were theatre. I know an old trucker who was hauling gasoline in the 1970s he said the workers at the refineries were complaining about not having enough room to store all the surplus gas.

        So it was ALL about an excuse to raise the prices and nothing else.

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  18. JDV says:

    “Well, we are no longer beholden to OPEC.”

    The fat that we could have independence generations ago shows how deep the rot is, and how antithetical the interests of politicos and their cronies are to ours.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. rhcrest says:

    Thank you again God for giving us President Donald J. Trump. I just am overcome with thankfulness and feeling grateful towards Almighty God. I pray that God keeps him safe and helps him continue to succeed.

    Liked by 7 people

  20. sickconservative says:

    I just can’t grasp the globalist mindset here or really anywhere at this point.
    The EU will die a slow death with it but seem to not care about their culture and willing to die by it.
    I thank God everyday that DJT is our president.

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  21. Cleatus says:

    Hmm..after reading the way this global corporate scam works, I think this is exactly what GE did with the Alstom (France) deal. And now, only a few months after our new America-first president is in place, GE CEO Immelt suddenly announces his exit, as does the GE energy boss (Bolz). I guess they gambled that hilliary would continue the wealth transfer that was in place and more.

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  22. trumpmaga says:

    Thank you SD. Great article. God bless President Trump. God bless America.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Covfefe-USA says:

    Hey, Frau Merkel – just ask Hungry and Poland how their protectionism is working out – quite, quite well. Bet your countrymen would like the same type of protectionism. Dare ya. Ask them

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  24. A2 says:

    In my opinion she has already lost the argument and the ideology behind it. This actually strengthens President Trump’s message before he attends the G20.

    The shift will be seismic. There will be a key moment when he pulls out the precise Jenga block and the law of gravity brings down the entire edifice.

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  25. CiscoKid says:

    Superb analysis Sundance👍

    Liked by 5 people

  26. fleporeblog says:

    SD I absolutely love that analogy that as the MSM, Uniparty, Globalist etc. concentrate on taking our President down, he has already drove by them once and is about to do so again. All they can harp on is that he hasn’t had one major piece of legislation. Allow them to continue to look in that direction because he is transforming this country. What he has done for our Veterans has been incredible. As soon as the budget is passed, over $4 billion dollars will be dedicated to veterans that rather see a doctor outside of the VA. That piece will be the cherry on top of the sundae.

    Energy domination is right in front of us! We will have control of a large chunk of the global market. China has already agreed to taking LNG from us. South Korea has agreed to $25 billion dollars of LNG a year from us. India and us are finalizing an agreement on LNG. Our President is working on them agreeing to a certain price. Folks, China has a population well over one billion people. India has a population of 1.25 billion people. We will go from a trade deficit to a surplus because of the export of coal and LNG. Poland has agreed to purchase LNG from us.

    Saudi Arabia realized that we are energy independent so they decided they needed to purchase $110 billion worth of military hardware to defend the region from us. They also realized in order to have the US invested in the region, they would invest another $300 billion in US companies both in the US and in Saudi Arabia.

    The Apprenticeship Program will have Generation Z totally prepared for all types of energy jobs. Those kids will have 10+ million jobs waiting for them to be trained and hired. States that have the resources and willingness to allow companies to frack will have booming economies. Even without tax reform, I truly believe our GDP will hit 3% because of this energy revolution.

    A trillion dollar infrastructure plan will be paid for through the increase in gas tax revenues. Americans won’t mind because they will see lower prices even with a .25 tax per gallon. Manufacturing will be booming because the price of oil will be cheaper due to the fact we are drilling it and refining it in the US. This will allow us to compete with China, Vietnam etc.

    Our killers will negotiate deals that will make our heads spin! The President of Mexico will beg to build the wall as soon as Nafta is renegotiated. Steel companies will be alive and well in states like PA, Ohio and elsewhere in the “Trump Belt”. Europe will continue to fall deeper and deeper into the abyss while North Africa and the ME will continue to drive out extremist.

    I could go on and on because our President is a gift from God that will MAGA!

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    • Fe says:

      Another great post fle! 😃

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    • Using a Gas Tax to fund the INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT INITIATIVE – plus a Private Funding dimension – is brilliant: “USER PAYS”.


      • Great jobs building the plants, producing the automation and programming it for automated production-run “set-ups” (more labor savings and fewer investments in production lines that are flexible enough to produce a whole range of products) to run short batches (less inventory investment to cover demand between runs).

      • Every “primary manufacturing” job multiplies the upstream jobs for “feedstock and parts manufacturing”, and the downstream jobs for all the homes, products and services that manufacturing jobs consume.

      • All of those jobs reduce the ranks of formerly “non-working and unemployed dependents”, massively reducing the costs and tax burden of government support services.

      • Then multiply both that source of savings as Illegal Immigrants return to their home countries and American Citizens recapture the jobs that were stolen from them, eliminating the burden of social services, healthcare and education that American Taxpayers had been funding, not to mention the reduction in availability and quality of those benefits for the Citizen Taxpayers themselves.

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  27. fangdog says:

    There is no way a common Libtard can call himself an American and not be for what Trump is doing for America and the American people. Now when I find out one is a Libtard, I instinctively know the person is not normal.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Joan says:

      The problem is that so many in the country just do not realize how much the man is doing. Too bad everyone does not read Sundance.

      Liked by 5 people

      • maiingankwe says:

        Joan, you are ever so right. Further down I wrote about my experience with a President Trump supporter and his lack knowledge. He was a great kid, he just had no idea of how much winning has been going on. He does now, and I have a strong feeling he will continue to learn about all that is being done for all of us Americans.

        We need to find these supporters and everyone who will listen and explain to them all of our winning created by our President Trump and his administration.

        It will make such a positive difference and we will win even more.

        Stay smiling,

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  28. frangelica1 says:

    Sundance – this was an excellent easy to understand analysis you provided – Congratulations!!!

    I especially like:
    “Under President Trump energy as an export commodity is an entire new aspect to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP ), the economics of the U.S., that never existed before. And Team Trump are right now positioning their energy trade race to lap all competitors.”

    Having worked in the oil business almost my entire career, I totally agree with this! I remember back in 2008 when I prepared a strategic plan showing the US as a net exporter of diesel fuel for the first time, the chief operating officer grilled me on that because he didn’t believe it – well it was the first turning point for the US to begin exporting and it happened, despite the naysayers! Now we will finally have reached energy independence, a wonderful place for our country to be! We had been getting closer to this point for many years until Obama entered the picture. Ever wonder why Obama, rescinded some existing drilling permits, closed off parts of our territory to drilling, refused to lift the crude oil export ban, got on the corrupt Global Climate Change bandwagon and refused to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline, that would bring with it many jobs? Obama never wanted the US to have oil/gas independence and become a more prosperous nation and power to hold the US back as part of the Global strategy of getting the US in line with the worldwide financial powers wants and needs. He would rather keep pushing renewable energy that is not capable of making a dent in our energy independence for a very long time! Obama always had ulterior Global motives!

    I also like how you helped show the overall picture of how all President Trump’s moves are part of an overall strategy where each decision will also help support another plan he has in the works. One of the big synergistic effects I can see forthcoming is how his reducing the illegal alien population will relieve the unpaid Hospital and medical care at Hospitals and the Obamacare replacement will set up a more workable US Healthcare that will not go bust and together the actual cost of healthcare should drop, thereby making Health care insurance more affordable and flexible. Wouldn’t it be nice to get a medical bill that has realistic charges instead of an obscenely large bill that gets reduced by Insurance to about 25% of what they originally wanted to be paid. I can just see so many future benefits of everything President Trump proposes. Everywhere you look, you can find synergies between his different areas of reform. Finally we have a true business President with the big picture view that will boldly reform all the things that aren’t working for Americans!

    I am so proud of my President Donald Trump!

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    • No President in American History knows how to do what President Trump has his team accomplishing today:

      “President Trump’s moves are part of an overall strategy where each decision will also help support another plan he has in the works.”

      Each Cabinet member is already delivering as a true TEAMMATE on STRATEGIC MULTIPLE INITIATIVES, beyond their roles in taking the OUTCOMES their own departments produce to a NEW LEVEL, not to mention the PRODUCTIVITY required to do it!

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  29. scott467 says:

    “German Chancellor Angela Merkel delivered some rather strongly worded remarks in advance of the upcoming G20 summit in Hamburg Germany. Reuters frames the Merkel statements as a warning to U.S. President Donald Trump.”


    I’m so scared of Sgt. Schultz.

    I sure hope President Trump is brave enough to stand up to her!


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  30. scott467 says:

    “In a defiant speech to parliament a week before she will host a summit of the world’s top economic powers in Hamburg, the northern port city where she was born, Merkel did not mention Trump by name but said global problems could not be solved with protectionism and isolation.”


    To quote a dufus who was the toast of Europe’s treason-class:

    “Yes we can!”




  31. FiveShooter says:

    The article referred to multiple coastal refineries coming online in Louisiana and Texas. What refineries? When? Please name them.

    Liked by 1 person

    • The Boss says:

      I know of LNG terminals operated by Cheniere Energy in Sabine Pass. IIRC, they have one or two ready, and one or two on the way. I think that’s all in LA.


    • sundance says:

      (Via Reuters) Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N), the world’s largest publicly traded oil producer, said on Monday it would invest $20 billion through 2022 to expand its chemical and oil refining plants on the U.S. Gulf Coast.

      The investments at 11 sites should create 35,000 temporary construction jobs and 12,000 permanent jobs, Chief Executive Darren Woods said in a speech at CERAWeek, the world’s largest gathering of energy executives.

      Some of the expansions began in 2013, but the scope of the project is now growing and the timeline extended, Exxon said.

      Woods ran Exxon’s refining division before becoming CEO two months ago, and the new spending benefits a sector with which he has significant experience and comfort. Investments in the high-margin projects should help ease concerns from Wall Street that Exxon’s growth potential – especially in oil and gas exploration and production – is sliding.

      “Exxon Mobil is building a manufacturing powerhouse along the U.S. Gulf Coast,” Woods said. “These businesses are leveraging the shale revolution to manufacture cleaner fuels and more energy-efficient plastics.”

      The investments across Texas and Louisiana will take advantage of cheap shale gas to make plastics and other chemicals for export. The strategy builds on prior steps Exxon and peers, including Dow Chemical Co (DOW.N), have taken in the wake of the American shale expansion, which sharply cut production costs.

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  32. sundance says:

    Liked by 9 people

  33. Big Jake says:

    Globalists want to do to the US what Frank Lorenzo did to Eastern Airlines. Same playbook on a grander scale.


  34. William Ford says:

    Yep this Trump reversing this is great news. But is it just a 4 or 8 year respite that will be undone and globalist control restored? Whether the next president is Democrat or GOP establishment, neither will be America First. Both are globalist. I don’t see any Trump proteges who will run in the future except maybe for his children.


  35. Joan says:

    Thank you, Sundance. I understand what globalism is, and your article makes so many things clearer, but I don’t really understand why globalists believe in it. It is supposed to be about power but I don’t understand all that.

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  36. scott467 says:

    Sundance: ““Climate” issues were/are the Trojan horse, the false ruse, the talking point, the scheme to get economic systems in place -yes, political systems- to control the distributive flow of larger economic wealth within all nations. Period.”


    1. not true or correct; erroneous: a false statement.
    2. uttering or declaring what is untrue: a false witness.
    3. not faithful or loyal; treacherous: a false friend.
    4. tending to deceive or mislead; deceptive: a false impression.
    5. not genuine; counterfeit.


    noun 1. a trick, stratagem, or artifice.


    Sundance: “What ObamaCare was to our loss of healthcare individualism, so too was the Paris Treaty a political tool to deconstruct America’s national economic individualism. FULL-STOP.”


    Obamacare was a FRAUD perpetrated on the American People, as confessed repeatedly by Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber.

    The false ruse of ‘climate change’ is likewise a fraud, likely the biggest global financial hoax in the history of mankind.


    Sundance: “Multinational corporations and billionaire financiers used climate change, the energy sector control mechanism, as a tool toward furtherance of global wealth collection and redistribution that they control.”


    Multinational corporations and billionaire financiers used the false ruse, the FRAUD called ‘climate change’, to manipulate the wealth of the entire PLANET to their own advantage.

    Makes every Bond villain seem like a street corner pimp by comparison.


    Sundance: “It’s not a conspiracy, it’s just the way global financial markets, driven by global financial interests, work.”


    1. the act of conspiring.
    2. an evil, unlawful, treacherous, or surreptitious plan formulated in secret by two or more persons; plot.
    3. a combination of persons for a secret, unlawful, or evil purpose:
    4. Law. an agreement by two or more persons to commit a crime, fraud, or other wrongful act.

    Ergo, what you have described is in fact a conspiracy by definition.

    A textbook definition of conspiracy.

    We have ALL been lied to and propagandized on a scale that dwarfs the psychological warfare efforts of every previous large scale conflict in modern history combined. This has been done by a small group of extremely wealthy and politically connected people, in a scheme designed to destroy the lives and livelihoods and freedoms and RIGHTS of 330 million Americans — and that doesn’t even count the rest of the population of planet earth who have been similarly defrauded — while making themselves richer than Solomon and dictators of a global Police State.

    A scheme so thoroughly evil and corrupt that the leaders of this scheme and all of their minions ought to be tried in absentia and hunted down like Nazi war criminals.

    How is it that these people walk around freely among us?

    Why are they not swinging like Mussolini?


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    • G. Combs says:

      If they had not brainwashed the general population and bought off governments they would be.

      “Those few who can understand the system (check book money and credit) will either be so interested in its profits, or so dependent on it favors, that there will be little opposition from that class, while on the other hand, the great body of people mentally incapable of comprehending the tremendous advantage that capital derives from the system, will bear it burdens without complaint, and perhaps without even suspecting that the system is inimical to their interests.” — ROTHSCHILDS BROS. OF LONDON

      “Banking was conceived in iniquity, and was born in sin. The Bankers own the Earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create deposits, and with the flick of the pen, they will create enough deposits, to buy it back again. However, take it away from them, and all the great fortunes like mine will disappear, and they ought to disappear, for this would be a happier and better world to live in. But if you wish to remain the slaves of Bankers, and pay the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create deposits.” — SIR JOSIAH STAMP, (President of the Bank of England in the 1920’s, the second richest man in Britain)

      I highly recommend:
      A Talk by G. Edward Griffin, Author of The Creature from Jekyll Island

      Fractional Banking — History

      WRIGHT PATMAN Chairman 1964

      Mises on Money by Gary North

      A large collection of articles on money “… provides a overview of central banking, the Federal Reserve and the specific steps that the Globalists have used to thawart the United States Constitution for the purpose of redistributing the wealth of our country.”

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      • scott467 says:

        Thank you for the links. I am familiar with some of these things. I have “The Creature from Jekyll Island” but have not had a chance to read it yet.

        And I understand the basics of the deception (fraud) of fractional ‘reserve’ banking.

        Many videos on this subject of course, this is a short one:



  37. Watcher says:

    CG Paris was just a step away from one global dominance.

    Liked by 4 people

  38. Bring them to their knees Mr. President!! Make them feel our pain! God bless you now and always! MAGA!! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸💖💕💖🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  39. maiingankwe says:

    I couldn’t help smiling throughout the article, it’s made me so very happy, and at times laughing at how great our President Trump really is right along with his exceptional team. I never would ever thought this possible and yet he and his team has made it look so easy, which I am sure it has not been, but still, they’re so brilliant it’s just what they do.

    I can’t wait to read this entire article to my husband and daughter as well. I’m so excited!

    God Bless our President Trump and his whole team and family! This is absolutely incredible and such great news for our next generations.

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  40. Joan calhoun says:

    Keep your foot on the gas pedal Mr. President. The whole car lap analogy reminds me of the race Secretariat ran, speeding like the wind past the other horses, pulling out 17 lengths ahead, if I remember my horse race stats correctly. Good gravy, is Mr. Trump even human, or a manifestation of Zeus, coming down off Olympus, to save America?

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  41. maiingankwe says:

    My husband, daughter and I are visiting Colorado and his family, this is a first for us all together. Last night I went outside to enjoy the cooler weather and I met a young, hard working man of probably mid-to late twenties. We talked about our President Trump and a lot of what he has achieved in five short months. Well, I did the talking on that, he was just greatfull the hag didn’t win.

    I was kinda shocked how a President Trump supporter was unaware of all of our winning, so I did my best to inform him and touch the important highlights, which I think is pretty much all of it. 😁

    He’s in the oil industry, and thankfully he was able to teach me more than a thing or two on fracking, and other parts of our oil industry. Thankfully, he was able to explain it at my level. So, I really did learn a lot, I even know what gray dirt is now. 🙃

    Anyways, he never heard of our new coal plant opening up in Pennsylvania. He thought that was the bomb, and at first, I don’t even think he believed me. He was a smart kid after all.

    He didn’t know about the videos our President Trump puts out for us every Friday, he really liked the idea of our President speaking directly to us. He said he quit watching the news, so this will be a new venture for him. I also showed him this website and how to look up past articles that I believe are very important in learning about our government of the past and of our future. He’s got the name, The Conservative Tree House, drilled in his head, he won’t easily forget. He also liked the idea that people here won’t call him stupid if he asks a question that the majority may know the answer too. I told him I wasn’t the sharpest crayon and how warmly received I’ve been by so many here. One of the ways we learn is by asking too.

    This young man was homeless not too long ago, and had wanted to get back in the oil fields. When he had learned obama had made it back in, he lost hope for awhile. He had seen small towns from where he had came from Utah become ghost towns with half of their businesses closing up shop. He’s had it rough, but he’s smart and he’s doing well now.

    He was so happy to hear me explain all of the changes he will witness in the next few years now that he knows what to look for and who to listen to. I talked to him about getting the gangs out, infrastructure, factories returning to the poor areas, small businesses popping up by the people who lived there, men taking pride by putting food on their tables etc. I showed him a glorious dream coming true before our very eyes.

    He left with hope in his eyes and smiling for his future. He understands the battles that need to be won and we will win the war if we the People are informed. He will pass on what I said and add more from what he will read. This is the domino effect. We will win by sharing the news, the real news to our fellow Americans. Plus, it felt really good telling this young man all of the good that’s been happening under this administration. It was also good to see a spring in his step as he moved forward.

    I just wanted to share a happy story with a really happy article. Be well good Treepers,

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    • G. Combs says:

      I carry a few index cards with the important URLs written down, mainly on the Federal Reserve (see Above) because even the Left hates the FED.

      I have them hand written and NOT printed because it gives a much better impression.

      If I am not carrying my index cards I write the words to do a search for on the back of my business cards.

      I hate to think of the hundreds of cards I have handed out over the last ten years but it is working. Many people now know what fractional reserve banking is and why it is THEFT.

      Liked by 2 people

      • maiingankwe says:

        Dang, that’s smart, and I know I have hundreds of those things, index cards I mean.

        I always carry a pen and part of a used envelope or something, but that’s usually because I leave my shopping list at home, or I would take down my friend Ponytail Kim’s list when I arrived at a grocery store. I thought it always best to call in case he needed something.

        Anyways, I would use scraps of paper to write down information for people, but notecards would mean so much more. It has a personal touch. I wonder how many people looked those up that you gave them? I’m sure it has got to be a lot.

        Thanks for sharing such a great idea with us. When I get home, I’m going to stuff a bunch in my car, handwritten of course. I only carry a purse in the summer, in the spring, winter, and fall I use a jacket. I only need to carry my money purse, and lip gloss. It was great when cargo pants were in season, didn’t have to carry a purse. 🤗 I know, I am an unusual lady, and yes. I have some nice, rarely used purses for special occasions. I just don’t need much, except for index cards now. Such a great idea. I tip my hat to you for that one.
        Have an amazing Sunday, and be well,


      • Shirley32 says:

        Business people, especially, take note. Combs’ idea is an excellent one!


  42. Aqua says:

    Real news! Thank you for laying this out so well- so many moving pieces, and. President Trump and his team are working hard on all fronts. Angela Merkel has more than a few reasons to be worried- bringing in hundreds of thousands of radical men with no fear of terrorizing those who brought them over in the first place–how does a nation survive this?

    Oh, and since we still pay NATO’s bills, that’s hardly isolationism.


  43. NJF says:

    Wonderful, amazing post SD, thank you.

    It’s amazing to me how the rhetoric over my lifetime has change (50+ years).

    As a kid, I remember one of the most significant soundbites I always heard from Presidential canidates, and Presidents was “I will chart a path for our country’s energy independence.” Every time, all day long. Another talking point? “I have the experience and the will to reach across the aisle and achieve bipartisan results.

    2 sentiments NEVER expressed by Obama. I’m older and wiser now to realize that most were probably completely full of sh$t when they uttered those words, but dang it Obama just didn’t care about the optics of any of it.

    This article, read this morning, made me lol in a sense as I reflect back on Greg Gutfeld’s show last night. He did a segment highlighting a poll that “shows” only 13% of the world has confidence in/likes our POTUS. LMAO. What an absolute joke.

    To their credit, every panelist responded, “well he did say he ran to become the President of the US, not the president of the world.” Ha.

    Lastly, I posted this yesterday (?), and it’s interesting in light of this article.

    Delingpole: Germany Surrenders to Trump, Waters Down G20 Climate Plan #Winning

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  44. kp3ace says:

    Is the “Uranium One ” deal made by “dufus” (Sorry, I still have trouble saying that name. Makes me ill. ) an ongoing process, or a one time thing? In other words, has all of the Uranium already left the country ?


  45. ferdberple says:

    Carbon dioxide is 3 parts carbon and 8 parts oxygen by weight. So how come it is called a carbon tax, not an oxygen tax?


  46. Leon0112 says:

    Great article. However, you missed another brilliant part of the plan. Rex Tillerson is the best person in the world to know how to take advantage of energy dominance in diplomatic relations. He knows precisely the impact of American energy dominance on Russia, Saudi Arabia, and so many other countries.


  47. Mickturn says:

    To her ‘Free’ Trade means they trade for free and we pick up the tab for their Leftist BS!


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