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Sunday, October 22, 2017

"Germany's entire submarine fleet is now out of action"

No, that is not breaking news from 1945.

The Associated Press reported all German submarines are out of commission.



All six of them.

Germany commissioned some 1,250 U-boats into the Kriegsmarine, according to Wikipedia.

Face it, Germany plays America for a fool.

We are its military.

It laughs at us and mocks our president.

We're the suckers for covering for them.

From the Associated Press:
All of Germany's six submarines are out of action, and the country's defense minister isn't happy about it.
The Kieler Nachrichten newspaper reports that four U-boats are being serviced in boatyards while two others are waiting for a berth.
Asked how Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen views the temporary loss of the underwater fleet, her spokesman said Friday that "this is obviously not a good situation."
Jens Flosdorff told reporters in Berlin that "we would hope the mission readiness was higher, but sometimes with technology the devil is in the detail."
NATO is important, but the United States really doesn't need it. We don't need Germany's help in fending off Mexico.

Unless Germany wants to build a wall.

President Trump put the arm on Germany to spend more of its money on its national defense.

Washington establishment types were aghast.

Apparently, German lobbyists have a lot of collaborators in DC.

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19 comments:

  1. Defense Minister Ursala's spokesman is a master of understatement. On the other hand, the invasion of Germany is NOT from the sea.

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    1. One would think, that with all that wonderful "immigration" that Angie, and her Brussels buds love, that more than a few folks who know how to work on submarines would have shown up by now.....from the third world!

      You would at least have thought that all those "refugees" would have stimulated the hell out of the German economy by now!

      God forbid, do those folks have their priorities screwed up or what?

      WC

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  2. Look at the bright side. In the future, when they make a movie about this period of History, they will be able to say "No Jews or other minorities were harmed in the making of this era."

    Seriously we went to a great deal of trouble to make sure that Germany was the kind of country that would have problems like this....

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  3. Look at the bright side. In the future, when they make a movie about this period of History, they will be able to say "No Jews or other minorities were harmed in the making of this era."

    Seriously we went to a great deal of trouble to make sure that Germany was the kind of country that would have problems like this....

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  4. Apparently there is no modern-day equivalent of Reichminster Herr Albert Speer to keep the German armaments industries humming along. Germany has some large ports and a somewhat checkered maritime heritage, but it would be a psychological edge for NATO if enemy shipping knew there were German U-Boots on the prowl. - Elric

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  5. German feminism has emasculated Germany. Two world wars wiped out the superior genetic stock. Think about it. Look at what's left. NATO isn't relevant when Turkey and Germany are involved. Brussels is essentially a Marxist front. So, Germany has money for invaders, but not for defense.

    Merkel says Germany needs the immigration. Problem is, those people are third world....and cannot function in a first world society. Plus, they're going to start killing the gays and trans.

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    1. Speaking of feminism:

      https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/feb/02/female-defence-ministers-tweet-photograph

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  6. Lets go back in time to when U Boats were U Boats. If you can find it on some venue, watch "Das Boot". I started to watch the longer version, I think it is some 7 hr long, so watch the shorter version.

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    1. I saw the 3-hour version in an outdoor cinema, and well before interval I was feeling claustrophobia creep in. Totally forgot that I was sitting under the stars.

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  7. I'm not a big fan of freeloaders, but in this case, I'll make an exception. There is a whole lot of good to be derived from the fact that Germany does not a viable military. Bad things have a habit of happening when a united Germany does have such capabilities.

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  8. I spent 1968 thru 1971 in Germany, and came to enjoy it very much. A tad grim, a bit too orderly, but I found much to admire.

    There is a lot of history in Germany. It isn't all terrible, as the Holocaust certainly was. I wasn't expecting the respect and good nature that I found everywhere in Germany, especially as I was there as part of an occupying force.

    It was an experience that I will always cherish. It makes me indescribably sad to realize that the Germany I knew is already gone; that Germany, like most of Europe, is undergoing cataclysmic upheaval, and will not long survive.

    The Nazis poisoned Germany, and the Allies cut that poisoned heart out. Now the barbarians will eat its flesh, and then Germany will be dead indeed.

    As will all of Europe, most likely. I won't miss the submarines, but I already miss the civilization.

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  9. The USS Gerald Ford displaces more tonnage than the entire German navy combined. Pay up, deadbeats!!

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  10. Papa88
    Germany's guests, most do not know how to use a toilet. Prepare for disasters, Europe wide, except Poland.

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  11. Angela Merkel's cunning plan to lure "asylum seekers" to Germany finally pays off, as her submarines all put in to port to be retrofitted with banks of oars.

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    1. Dave, you're a man after my own heart. Hahaha!

      Fuck NATO. And fuck Merkel. Disband it and form a new Alliance Pact. Call it USEE. United States/Eastern Europe. Czech Republic, Slovakia, for starters. Let's team up with the up-and-comers who will work with us. Germany's cold product. Those guys can eat sh-- and die.

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  12. I've got to question the sound logic of West Germany after agreeing to re-unification with the East in 1990, managing to elect Ms Merkel to the Chancellorship a mere 15 yrs after the marriage.
    Ms Merkel grew up and was educated in East Germany and Who really knows what the agenda holds as regards their plans for Germany's future.

    But then again the German populace did allow Hitler to take over and look where that got them.

    SC

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  13. Merkel could care less about the future. She has no kids. Schlongvester Lardmaster

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  14. Germany has given much to civilization, but habitually destroys Europe, or tries to. Frau Merkel is the third attempt. When will they learn? Too bad we're subsidizing our own third world invasion.

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