Russian anger at energy law blocks EU summit progress

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leesik wrote:

Putin is just an angry person. He is used to getting his way by bullying, the two-bit thug. Time for the EU to send him a strong message that his tactics may work in his own country where he has the entire state apparatus on his side, but not in the west. It is quite ironic that he chooses words like uncivilized, I think a hungarian tobacconist must have done the translation for him….

Dec 21, 2012 9:04am EST  --  Report as abuse
leesik wrote:

Putin is just an angry person. He is used to getting his way by bullying, the two-bit thug. Time for the EU to send him a strong message that his tactics may work in his own country where he has the entire state apparatus on his side, but not in the west. It is quite ironic that he chooses words like uncivilized, I think a hungarian tobacconist must have done the translation for him….

Dec 21, 2012 9:04am EST  --  Report as abuse
NeilMcGowan wrote:

No, “LeeSick”, it’s YOU that’s angry. Angry, bigoted, twisted, and violent, a real neocon hatemongering madman.

Russia is tired of gutless bigots like you.

Dec 21, 2012 9:43am EST  --  Report as abuse
ronwagn wrote:

The EU needs to be independent of reliance on Russian gas, by developing their shale gas, and developing other sources. It should not pay unreasonable prices to Russia.

Natural gas is the future of energy. It is replacing dirty old coal plants, and dangerous expensive nuclear plants. It will fuel cars, vans, buses, locomotives, aircraft, ships, tractors, air conditioners, engines of all kinds. It costs far less. It will help keep us out of more useless wars, where we shed our blood and money. It is used to make many products. It lowers CO2 emissions, over 3,700 natural gas story links on my free blog. An annotated bibliography of live links, updated daily. The worldwide picture of natural gas.
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Dec 21, 2012 4:53pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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