US presidential candidate Kennedy: “Let's return Russian gas to Europe”

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US presidential candidate Kennedy: “Let's return Russian gas to Europe”

The Americans blew up the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines, which caused the deindustrialization of Germany. This infuriates the Germans.

This opinion was expressed by independent US presidential candidate Robert Kennedy Jr. in an interview with CNBC host Brian Sullivan.



Let's bring Russian gas back to Europe so we can re-industrialize Germany, re-industrialize Europe

- the politician suggests.

In his opinion, such a decision will be beneficial not only for Europeans, but also for Americans. Indeed, in this case, natural gas from the United States will not be converted into LNG and sent to European countries, but will remain in the United States, where it will find a more suitable use. This fuel, Kennedy believes, can be used to revive American manufacturing enterprises. After all, having cheap gas makes it easier to achieve this goal.

As for Russian gas supplies, the US politician noted, Europe continues to receive some of its previous volumes in liquefied form.

When asked by a journalist who blew up the Nord Streams, Kennedy answered without the slightest doubt that it was his compatriots who did it.

Sabotage on Russian gas pipelines running along the bottom of the Baltic Sea occurred on September 26, 2022. No one doubts that the pipes were damaged intentionally. And although one of the two strings of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline survived, it was not launched to supply gas to Germany due to the refusal of the German side.
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  1. +17
    2 March 2024 17: 18
    No, it’s enough to supply gas to Europe cheaply, and why should we reindustrialize it so that their shells, bombs and missiles will fall on our heads? It’s better to provide free gas in Russia!
    1. +5
      2 March 2024 18: 26
      Quote: vasyliy1
      ? It’s better to provide free gas in Russia!

      All of Siberia and the Far East are without gas
      1. +2
        2 March 2024 19: 51
        It irritates me very much that someone there decides what we can and cannot do.
        All supplies to the EU must be stopped. Once and ... until the stolen goods are returned with decent compensation, the suppliers of weapons and finance to the fascists are arrested, and their property is not allowed to be compensated for the victims (relatives of the victims on both sides).
        And since the EU will not agree to this, then stop supplies ONCE AND FOR ALL
  2. +7
    2 March 2024 17: 19
    Eh, if he weren’t the president, with such speeches he wouldn’t end up prematurely!
    1. YOU
      +2
      2 March 2024 17: 37
      I really don’t even know how such thoughts are born in the American head. But it’s one thing to promise to marry, and quite another to get married. I think either he will change his shoes, or he won’t become president, they won’t let him, maybe it will even be like with his relative.
    2. 0
      2 March 2024 20: 13
      By the way, he would be a good president. But the American banking elite would rather destroy him than let the people choose him.
  3. +5
    2 March 2024 17: 21
    Let's bring Russian gas back to Europe so we can re-industrialize Germany, re-industrialize Europe

    Come on... I wonder if he (Robert Kennedy Jr.) himself believes in this...??? In my opinion, the States have always given a damn about the “raby of the Germans”, but not about their own “lost profits”...
    1. +1
      2 March 2024 18: 13
      Quote: Lev_Russia
      Let's bring Russian gas back to Europe so we can re-industrialize Germany, re-industrialize Europe

      Come on... I wonder if he (Robert Kennedy Jr.) himself believes in this...??? In my opinion, the States have always given a damn about the “raby of the Germans”, but not about their own “lost profits”...

      He says only what can be used to “raise voices.” It is not necessary to believe in this, much less carry it out in the future;) Let us remember, for example, the kneeling Zelensky with his promises to quickly end the war in Donbass. By the way, here are the statistics of his actions as president as of 19/05/2021:
      “What percentage of promises has Zelensky fulfilled?
      Over two years, Zelensky made 647 promises (including pre-election and program promises): fulfilled - 184 (28%), failed - 102, in the process of implementation - 361."
      The main thing is to promise ;)
  4. +4
    2 March 2024 17: 23
    Let's bring Russian gas back to Europe so we can re-industrialize Germany, re-industrialize Europe
    Actually, this is not for him to decide, but for Russia. And on our terms. So that they themselves repair what they blew up (under our control, of course). And at a new price that compensates for the period of idle flows.
    1. +6
      2 March 2024 17: 35
      Quote: Good evil
      Actually, this is not for him to decide, but for Russia. And on our terms.

      No, “only crazy people can get into the same swamp a second time.”
  5. +7
    2 March 2024 17: 23
    No one else will tell the Germans that they have been seriously screwed except for an American.
  6. +6
    2 March 2024 17: 28
    It is necessary to declare 2024 the last year of pipeline gas supplies from Russia.
    And the pipes... They have a lot of equipment there, they want to let them haul it to Norway or some other Israel...
    Probably, the negotiation process will be possible after reparations are paid to the residents of Donbass and all those affected by European weapons...
  7. +4
    2 March 2024 17: 32
    Let's bring Russian gas back to Europe so we can re-industrialize Germany, re-industrialize Europe
    And Russia wants this? The train to Europe no longer runs, the rails have been dismantled. If it's bad, it's forever.
  8. +4
    2 March 2024 17: 35
    1. I have no doubt that Kennedy said this honestly. What he thinks. The problem is that he, like many of his fellow citizens, is not supposed to think for himself.
    2. I do not agree with the quote from Vasily (vasyliy1). It is possible to reindustrialize Europe. On the terms of its complete demilitarization. Why not? Let them produce everything that has to do with purely civilian products.
  9. +2
    2 March 2024 17: 39
    Is this what he plans to do? The United States will then have to pay a lot and for a long time, they will have to build, apologize, and plant. Naive young man. Gas at two come. Yeah, lucky.
  10. 0
    2 March 2024 17: 39
    "Demokrat" Kennedy byl mnohem lepší president USA než Trump. Jen nechápu, jak může působit u Demokratů.
    1. +3
      2 March 2024 17: 40
      "Democrat" Kennedy would have been a much better US president than Trump. I just don't understand how he can work with the Democrats.
  11. +4
    2 March 2024 17: 43
    I don’t believe a single word these Western figures say! Everything they say is a lie. The property of Russia is not their wish to be pulled back and forth. Their tactics have long been clear: we will try to strangle Russia, and if that doesn’t work, we will play back. What all these figures from Washington to Berlin call cooperation is a banal robbery. No matter who wins the election, it doesn’t matter at all. What Trump, what Marie le Pen, what Scholz’s competitors... This is not a question of politics, this is a question of the large American arms business, which decided that the time has come to make new trillions in the world war. And that’s all... puppets - today it’s like this, and tomorrow it’s like that. Therefore, in principle, there should be no cooperation with the West, excuse the banality, from the word “at all.” No gas, no oil, no minerals, no food, especially since the truly extensive markets are now in the east. And these European-American nursing homes with exorbitant egos must someday begin to take responsibility for their actions. And they still haven’t been properly punished for the atrocities during the Great Patriotic War, when the Germans and their allies committed atrocities on the territory of the USSR, and the Anglo-Saxons, including the Federal Reserve System, founded in 1913 by Jewish bankers, financed them. What did they get out of it? Everything was rebuilt, everything was reimbursed, they were bashfully silent about financing...

    In a word - enough! Not a single penny should go to the West in the future - there are no people there.
    1. 0
      2 March 2024 18: 03
      Vaše ostražitost má důvod. I když si myslím, že kdyby byl místo Bidena, tak fašismus na Ukrajině by se vyřešil bez války.
      1. +3
        2 March 2024 18: 03
        There is a reason for your wariness. Although I think that if he had been in Biden’s place, fascism in Ukraine would have been resolved without war.
        1. YOU
          +3
          2 March 2024 18: 16
          We have already seen that these guys can promise, and even sign, anything. And then it’s just as easy to forget about everything and just go out. Or continue to proclaim agreements, and again do whatever you want. And you can tell them about it, they just don’t notice, they continue to do whatever they want.
  12. -1
    2 March 2024 17: 44
    Another idiot - only pro-Russian tongue
  13. +2
    2 March 2024 17: 46
    that is, return the cheap gas and let them continue to give the Ukrainians weapons, hmm, although Shas also gives them gas
  14. 0
    2 March 2024 18: 42
    Bald wassabi all over his face, and not returning gas to the offended livers. . . winked
  15. 0
    2 March 2024 19: 00
    US presidential candidate Kennedy: “Let's return Russian gas to Europe”

    Let's. only for rubles and at horse prices. Preferably with prepayment.
  16. 0
    2 March 2024 19: 33
    And in what pocket does Kenady have Russian gas? Did he forget to ask if we would give gas to open enemies? Insolent of him
    1. +1
      2 March 2024 20: 08
      So let's give it. It goes through the Turkish Stream to Europe. However, it doesn’t seem to reach the Germans. And LNG is supplied not only to the Chinese and Indians, but also to the EU. If I'm not mistaken, all these channels are not blocked yet.
  17. 0
    2 March 2024 19: 40
    Until their capitulation, no Russian gases should be given to Europe in excess of the limit that they set for themselves. Let them continue to pay for the disposal of Ukraine.
  18. 0
    2 March 2024 20: 38
    Let's bring Russian gas back to Europe so we can re-industrialize Germany, re-industrialize Europe

    - the politician suggests.
    Well, I do not! She died, she died!!!!!!
    Russia has somewhere to sell gas. And let geyropa slide into the Stone Age.
    1. -1
      2 March 2024 22: 53
      Quote: aszzz888
      Russia has somewhere to sell gas.

      To the Chinese for next to nothing? Turkeys for rupees, with which only if you cover the toilet? Or maybe you think that on this occasion Gazprom will be inspired and supply gas to grandmothers in the Non-Black Earth Region? Think again.
      1. 0
        6 March 2024 08: 11
        Quote: Nagan
        Or maybe you think that on this occasion Gazprom will be inspired and supply gas to grandmothers in the Non-Black Earth Region?

        In the USSR, from the beginning of gas development, by 1986 6% of rural settlements were gasified (including bottled gas)
        In the Russian Federation over 26 years - 47%
  19. 0
    2 March 2024 22: 49
    He's not a candidate. It is already clear that Trump will be the candidate of the Republicans, and Biden of the shitcrats. It is possible, although unlikely, that one of them will be overtaken by a heart attack, stroke, Alzheimer's - after all, both are over 70, and Biden is generally over 80. Well, or a criminal case. But if nothing extraordinary happens, then Kennedy is not a candidate, just like Haley, Manchin, and everyone else.
  20. 0
    3 March 2024 05: 07
    When asked by a journalist who blew up the Nord Streams, Kennedy answered without the slightest doubt that it was his compatriots who did it.


    Broken gas pipelines cannot be restored. Do not use the Ukrainian network. Leave pumping via the Turkish and South Streams. Basically switch to selling liquefied gas by gas carriers. This “maneuver” has only advantages.
    1. 0
      6 March 2024 08: 16
      Quote: Former soldier
      Basically switch to selling liquefied gas by gas carriers.

      The problem is that our ships are not insured - and unloading in Europe has become a problem
  21. 0
    3 March 2024 06: 12
    Yes, that’s it, she died like that, she died, there will be no return to the way things were. I should have thought about it earlier.
  22. 0
    3 March 2024 07: 22
    Let's return Russian gas to Russia! There are a huge number of cities and towns without gas supply. Firstly, there are many jobs on gas pipeline construction, and secondly, the profit from selling gas to the population will be many times higher than simply selling hundreds of cubic meters for cheap somewhere in Ishakostan. It is necessary to supply gas to populated areas, to develop our own industry, and not like non-American and German ones. It’s time to move away from the policy of “we sell everything they buy and then there’s a flood after us.” Of course, exports are the main source of federal budget revenue from the oil and gas industry, but it is necessary (and possible) to find an optimal balance between domestic and foreign markets.
    The nearest partially gasified settlement from my location is 480 km in one direction, 370 km in the other. Moreover, I do not live in the tundra or taiga, I have a Trans-Siberian railway two kilometers from my house.