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Europe to ban export of all aircraft and spare parts to Russian airlines

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The European Union on Friday Feb. 25 shared that it will ban the export of all aircraft, equipment, and spare parts. This move falls under broader sanctions imposed by the European Commission following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. (www.airguide.info) और अधिक...

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oldfolkie
Iain Girling 19
Hopefully ALL manufacturers and suppliers will follow suit.

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Nooge
John Nooge 2
At least he went to the UK too

Dec 25, 2021 — Donald Trump's golf courses and leisure businesses in Scotland claimed over £3m in UK government furlough money, newly-published accounts ..
Viperguy46
Jesse Carroll -3
So what...we need him in office now!
ewrcap
David Beattie 1
Yeah, like Germany needed Hitler.
RECOR10
RECOR10 -4
Hitler was awesome for Germany. Bad for Jews and the other apathetic nations around it (that we had to save). History as well as right and wrong are written by the victors.
elsietom
harry frederick 24
This should have happened months ago. Did anyone with an ounce of common sense think that Putin was amassing forces along the border that he promised to occupy was doing this for "training" purposes. For the sake of Ukraine I hope this is not too little too late. The only way to deal with this madman is to hit him hard in the pocket and also the pockets of his crony Oligarchs throughout the world. They in turn will put pressure on Putin to stop his agression.Putins main revenue source is from Oil.
Without getting too political would it be too much to ask of Biden to reverse his energy policies, cease importing oil from Russia and lining Putins pockets with American dollars?







sjipp007
Shawn Jipp 6
We import 3% of our oil from Russia. But if it helps the Ukrainians (and not US oil companies!) I am willing to pay more for fuel and stop importing the 3% from Russia!
VMGR352
Robert Jennings 3
So far, Shell oil is a sellout to Putin. Instead of dropping Russia, the company intends to continue to import Commie oil - but, donate the 'profits' to a Ukrainian charity. Sheesh.
RECOR10
RECOR10 0
Not me, the ignorant leftie enviro nuts should all just shut and..DRILL DRILL DRILL...

I am going to poke a manatee in the eye today, just out of spite :-)
jimjallen
Jim Allen 5
Forget that. Sadly, money talks and bullshit walks. Honestly, if Biden does that (which I wasn’t even aware of .. thank you very much), the price of oil will go up even more, which republicans will then blame on democrats. I live in a predominantly republican area and people are convinced that Biden is to blame for higher gas prices and are quite vocal about it. Note: for those who don’t like to get political in this forum, I agree. I’m just pointing out yet another possible factor why Biden would have a hard time changing course.
RECOR10
RECOR10 0
HE IS TO BLAME. While we COULD produce our own oil...he WONT LET US.

For that, I stopped any recycling of trash and could give a fuck less. My small part of a protest against the ignorance. Besides, 99% of recycled goes to the landfill (in another country) after taking a long boat ride. The ignorance of the left has no bounds...
jimjallen
Jim Allen 11
Presidents have much less to do with the price of oil than the companies that decide when and how to limit supply to maximize shareholder returns. You’re making the assumption that the inability to drill on federal property is impacting the price at the pump. Its not. Resources are sourced from the lowest cost regardless of who is in the White House.
ewrcap
David Beattie 3
Total BS. US oil production is at an all time high and profits are astronomical. According to Forbes (not exactly a Socialist organization) the greatest increase in oil production in the last 60 years was under Obama. No oil company is being prevented from drilling (fracking) more. The problem right now is the shortage of trained workers and equipment. The oil industry is not in a rush to increase capacity for what is a temporary problem then have to take losses when demand drops. Capitalism at work.
Nooge
John Nooge 2
Speaking of ignorance the first clue is WRITING LIKR THIS
The next clue is ignorance of reality

The oil industry’s fortunes have been withering on President Donald Trump’s watch, with dozens of oil companies falling into bankruptcy as weak crude prices take a toll on the sector he contends would be abolished if he’s not reelected.

Though some of those industry woes were emerging last year as companies grappled with a glut of oil, people in the business say they were made worse by the president’s trade wars and mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic. So far least 40 U.S. oil companies have sought bankruptcy protection in 2020 while dozens of others have slashed spending and cut tens of thousands of jobs.


Trump frustrated the industry last month by declaring vast swaths of shoreline off Florida and other states off-limits to drilling, an election-year reversal of his past promises to expand offshore production. And even one nominal bright spot for the industry — the administration’s aggressive rollback of regulations — has been so rushed and beset by legal challenges that Democrats may have little trouble reinstating the rules if they reclaim power.


“Three and a half years of rollbacks facing serious litigation ensures a lot of things are ‘to-be-decided,’” said Wayne D’Angelo, an energy lawyer and partner at legal firm Kelley Drye who has represented oil and gas companies and trade associations on federal environmental issues.

More fundamentally, oil and gas executives told POLITICO, the president doesn’t really understand their business — and his famously chaotic White House has set up a system where only a relative handful of favorite energy executives have access to people who can shape policy.

“I don’t think it’s one of these things where we as an industry get in a room and say, ‘Man that was a good four years,’” said one industry executive who requested anonymity because they were not authorized to give their opinion to the media. “It was more like ‘meh.’”

Added Stephen Brown, a long-time energy lobbyist, “It’s a mixed bag at best.”


POLITICO spoke with more than a dozen people tied to the industry — from oil executives in Oklahoma and North Dakota to lobbyists and lawyers in D.C. and Houston, some of them speaking anonymously to protect their relationships in an administration that may still be in power after the November election. While nearly all agreed that Trump’s supportive comments and corporate tax cuts were welcomed by the industry, they were nearly unanimous in also describing an administration that most felt has done little that will survive court challenges and even, in some cases, actively harmed their overall business.
jkeifer3
Joe Keifer 1
I have always considered recycling a "jobs" program.
Nooge
John Nooge 0
Your CAPS lock is STUCK
fireftr
Dale Ballok -6
His two biggest mistakes have been stopping work on the Wall, and the Keystone pipeline!
Nooge
John Nooge 2
Stopping the 12 miles of wall ...where is the $25 B we were getting from Mexico Dale?
Nooge
John Nooge 1
Reuters spoke via email with James Stevenson, a spokesperson for the Canada Energy Regulator, which oversees the Canadian portion of the Keystone XL Pipeline (here). Stevenson confirmed that as of late 2020, about 152 kilometers, or 93 miles, of pipeline had been laid near the U.S.-Canada border.

Therefore, about 8% of the planned 1,210-mile XL extension had been built by the time President Biden revoked the permit.
Nooge
John Nooge 1
Facts could be a little stubborn for you Dale

The pipeline was 8 percent complete

And if you fellow clueless partisan knucklehead Canadian Truck drivers did not close the border we could have had that material now
MichaelDealey
Michael Dealey 2
You make it sound insignificant. In fact, the existing pipeline was transporting over 500,000 barrels of oil per day, and your argument about the truckers is laughable. How much gas/oil is being used by trucks to transport oil that was already being transported by the pipeline (without any carbon emissions)?

You should get your facts straight before you speak.
https://www.forbes.com/sites/mikepatton/2014/11/24/the-truth-about-the-keystone-xl-pipeline/?sh=60cfdd9569b7

In addition, Biden has blocked the renewing of oil and gas leases for a second time, all in the name of "climate change" - another invisible boogie man made up by the Club of Rome, Al Gore and the media.
TWA55
TWA55 1
you have proven how short memories are, who else to blame, Trump?
Viperguy46
Jesse Carroll 1
Well, now that you opened that can of worms, I miss being non dependent on anything foreign. Maybe Hunter is getting a kick back from the Russki's!
MichaelDealey
Michael Dealey 0
Not from the Russians.. from the corrupt Ukrainian government. Google "hunter biden burisma"... better make it DuckDuckGo - Google will hide unbiased reporting.

Putin is cleaning out a deepstate stronghold. He's not at war with the Ukrainian people.
sjipp007
Shawn Jipp 1
Not sure what reality you have moved yourself to?? Funny Putin's troops are killing Ukrainians! Under orders from Putin.
MichaelDealey
Michael Dealey 1
Sorry Shawn. You're TV is misinforming you. Putin is taking out Ukrainian terrorists (funded and armed by our own shadow government)along with bioweapons labs.

Here is footage of the Azov Battalion from a few years back terrorizing citizens in eastern Ukraine. The Azov Battalion is an openly neo-nazi faction of the Ukrainian military. This has been going on for nearly a decade.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/9uQwLt6YJxx8/

These are the people killing Ukrainian citizens, which is then being blamed on Russia (classic false flag operation). What you're seeing on TV is nothing but the typical deep state propaganda trying to cover its own ass.
sjipp007
Shawn Jipp 0
Funny my contacts in Ukraine do not agree with you! Apparently you are selectively viewing TV from years ago to fit into your preconceived worldview. It seems like you are looking for ways to excuse Putin and Trump and blame Biden. Hmm, are you a Russian troll?
MichaelDealey
Michael Dealey 1
And other Ukrainians disagree with your contacts. They know their own government is the problem.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Uwy1HArQARcH/
Nooge
John Nooge -4
Lets not get political lets discuss the facts instead of the clueless nonsense you posted


The oil industry’s fortunes have been withering on President Donald Trump’s watch, with dozens of oil companies falling into bankruptcy as weak crude prices take a toll on the sector he contends would be abolished if he’s not reelected.

Though some of those industry woes were emerging last year as companies grappled with a glut of oil, people in the business say they were made worse by the president’s trade wars and mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic. So far least 40 U.S. oil companies have sought bankruptcy protection in 2020 while dozens of others have slashed spending and cut tens of thousands of jobs.


Trump frustrated the industry last month by declaring vast swaths of shoreline off Florida and other states off-limits to drilling, an election-year reversal of his past promises to expand offshore production. And even one nominal bright spot for the industry — the administration’s aggressive rollback of regulations — has been so rushed and beset by legal challenges that Democrats may have little trouble reinstating the rules if they reclaim power.


“Three and a half years of rollbacks facing serious litigation ensures a lot of things are ‘to-be-decided,’” said Wayne D’Angelo, an energy lawyer and partner at legal firm Kelley Drye who has represented oil and gas companies and trade associations on federal environmental issues.

More fundamentally, oil and gas executives told POLITICO, the president doesn’t really understand their business — and his famously chaotic White House has set up a system where only a relative handful of favorite energy executives have access to people who can shape policy.

“I don’t think it’s one of these things where we as an industry get in a room and say, ‘Man that was a good four years,’” said one industry executive who requested anonymity because they were not authorized to give their opinion to the media. “It was more like ‘meh.’”

Added Stephen Brown, a long-time energy lobbyist, “It’s a mixed bag at best.”


POLITICO spoke with more than a dozen people tied to the industry — from oil executives in Oklahoma and North Dakota to lobbyists and lawyers in D.C. and Houston, some of them speaking anonymously to protect their relationships in an administration that may still be in power after the November election. While nearly all agreed that Trump’s supportive comments and corporate tax cuts were welcomed by the industry, they were nearly unanimous in also describing an administration that most felt has done little that will survive court challenges and even, in some cases, actively harmed their overall business.
fireftr
Dale Ballok 2
“Ask” Biden? Hell, we should demand that!
When I saw pics of that convoy, I just dreamt of our aircraft annihilating and vaporizing it if we were involved! “Ducks in a row”!
mohenley
Mark Henley 1
Definitely a target-rich environment... give them an HEI breakfast.
Viperguy46
Jesse Carroll -2
To bad the idiot didn't ferry all the good stuff from Afganstan to the Ukraine people.
Wish they had 20 or so A 10's...Problem would go away!

jkeifer3
Joe Keifer 1
Agreed. I think there has to be an "off-ramp" that is made available to him if to do nothing more than stop the shooting for a while until the "final solution" can be devised and implemented.

Regarding the earlier training period where he amassed 200k troops on the border of Ukraine, I truly hope that him putting his Strategic Rocket Forces on alert is not another similar sort of "training" exercise.
kps1944
Kenneth Seals 1
Russia supplies less than ten percent of our oil,Eroupe by the same token is heavily supplied. If Putin is crazy enough to do what he has done he is crazy enough to put it all on the line. A statement we have all heard is that was are much easier to start than to end. When the body bags start showing up the American public suddenly becomes passivities. How many times do we have to learn.
TWA55
TWA55 1
"would it be too much to ask of Biden to reverse his energy policies".......Don't hold your breath.
Ukraine should be a reminder to American's of how we won our freedom and that it is time to show everyday support in whatever way we can. Finally, Putin has forgotten WWII and his own history. These people will not give in.
phowry
Phil Howry 11
Given the current voluntary devastation in Ukraine, is there any plausible justification for the world's business community to place financial statement gain above the character of a country's leadership? The blind pursuit of wealth is fueling this devastating war. Just think what this world would look like if people simply treated others the way they would like to be treated.
gaudenzschnell
gaudenz schnell 2
We in Switzerland are only 1'700km form the UA-border - and we are not very tranquilzed. This country is under the yoke of a very sick government. Even when EU and US did several mistakes in the past in the rating of Russia - do not forget - a whole country is suffering, people needs help, mothers with kids are on escape and more than 500'000 people are actual on the way into a more secure life.
denisgary
Denis Sullivan 1
It's easy to blame Biden, but consider this: if Trump were still president he'd be in Moscow right now kissing Putin's butt.
strickerje
strickerje 3
How many times did Trump visit Russia as president? And more importantly, what's any of that have to do with this article?
RECOR10
RECOR10 0
And, sometimes that saves lives. For instance, in my office, if some staff members did not kiss my rear - they would not be staff members....so, even if Trump was in the office and even if he did kiss Putins ass...there would not be a war in Ukraine...
kps1944
Kenneth Seals -1
leoaubry
Leo Aubry 1
kengcrook
Ken Crook 1
Is anyone concerned that without spare parts, Russian airlines will fly aircraft that might be in need of repair, but will stretch maintenance period due to a shortage of parts, potentially risking the lives of the Russian people who have nothing to do with the war on Ukraine. Sure, don’t sell them new, more efficient aircraft, or parts for military airframes, but don’t risk lives of domestic flyers because aircraft may be in disrepair. It’s not going to affect flights to & citizens of other countries because of NOTAM saying they cannot fly through most other country’s airspace, so this only affects the safety of regional domestic traffic and ordinary Russian citizens.
strickerje
strickerje 4
Fair point, but I don't see any good alternatives. Perhaps if the sanctions get to be more than the citizens can bear, Putin will be overthrown?
fireftr
Dale Ballok 3
Sad, but true. These sanctions are affecting a lot of innocent people. (The U.S. and gas prices)! The Russian people just have to be more aware of what they do, and how they do it! None of this is our fault!
Nooge
John Nooge 0
Sanctions ? you mean the Trump tariffs that China was paying

Do you believe that lie too Dale?
strickerje
strickerje 4
This article had nothing to do with Trump, and yet you've brought him up in nearly every one of your posts here (and thus far are the only commenter to have done so).
Nooge
John Nooge -4
Every one of my posts were in response to clueless partisans blaming ByeDon for the mess Trump made

Truth be told not partisan nonsense
MichaelDealey
Michael Dealey 0
I rarely resort to ad hominem remarks but, you're just an idiot.
Trump had nothing to do with what is going on in Ukraine. Now, the Obama administration, quite a different story. In fact, it was his administration that overthrew the democratically elected government and installed a puppet regime in 2014 - there are leaked phone calls and documents proving this.

And who was the Ukrainian point-man during that time? Oh.. that's right, then Vice-President Joe Biden.

And you're blaming Trump for the "withering oil industry"? We were energy independent a little over a year ago and selling surpluses of gas and oil to other countries. Where do you get your talking points? From Rachel Maddow and Brian Steltzer?

You really should do some research away from your television.
Nooge
John Nooge -3
This article had nothing to do with ByeDon but since you read all my posts that is good and you learned something today
strickerje
strickerje 4
One person explicitly blamed Biden for the price of oil, and you've posted 9 comments on this thread, ironically including one that starts "Lets [sic] not get political". I've learned nothing here other than who the trolls are.
MichaelDealey
Michael Dealey 1
I and everyone here are decidedly dumber having read your posts. You are truly uninformed and quite obviously a partisan shill.

Then again, as I said in my previous post, nearly everyone here is clueless about the real story in Ukraine.

The media is lying to you,folks. They're even recycling old photos from previous events claiming they're happening now in Ukraine. They were even caught using "video" footage from DCS World and some other video game claiming it was real. It's beyond ridiculous how people swallow this stuff.

The masses are hypnotized and believe anything their TV tells them to believe. It's become so tiring.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pi6dVYinQt4
ssmith3104
Stewart Smith 1

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MichaelDealey
Michael Dealey -2
You are absolutely correct, Trentenjet - but people have become so indoctrinated by corporate media propaganda that they aren't going to believe any of that until it's finally over. This, just like Covid, is just another manufactured crises by the deepstate and the media - except in this case, it's a crises for them, not the world.

As I've said three times in this post already, Putin is not at war with the Ukrainian people. He is cleaning out a radical, leftist faction that has taken over the government of Ukraine (installed and funded by the US and other western countries). In addition to corrupt people, he's also destroying DoD funded Bioweapons Labs.

It will be a while longer before the truth of this is made clear to the normies. The media is a cancer in this country. How people cannot see that they lie about literally everything is beyond me. They're good for yesterday's weather, and that's about it.
MichaelDealey
Michael Dealey -4
Seems like most all you people commenting actually have no real idea about what is actually taking place in Ukraine.

This is not an "invasion". Putin is not a war with the Ukrainian people. This is a clean-up operation of a radical leftist, neo-nazi, deepstate regime that has been controlling Ukraine for the last 30 years - and really, since just after WWII.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PdmdMT1FAc
https://www.bitchute.com/video/6OgT6wyXhNpp/


Ukraine has become a cesspool of corruption, serving WESTERN interests. It's a major hub of drug trafficking, sex trafficking and money laundering and is just a giant slush fund for members of our own government.

How many of you are aware that four prominent US politicians have sons that sit on the boards of Ukrainian energy companies?

Biden
Pelosi
Kerry
Romney


What qualifications do these politician's sons have in the energy sector? That's right... none.

I suppose you all remember the actual quid-pro-quo that took place when Hunter Biden was under investigation by a Ukrainian prosecutor? If not, Biden blackmailed the government into firing the prosecutor of the case:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/uO0yYv9vba0y/

Our interest in Ukraine is nothing more than a giant money laundering operation controlled by US interests. US tax dollars sent to Ukraine under the guise of "humanitarian aide" or "promoting/supporting democracy" are simply laundered and kicked back into the pockets of US politicians. Any money left over goes to fund the neo-nazi Azov Battallion and "Right Sector" terrorist groups so that this installed regime can wage war against it's own people in the east who identify as Russian.

That, and our own DoD/Pentagon has set up several biolabs accross the country where I'm sure they're working on the next lethal pathogen to let loose on the world, as we now now happened in Wuhan (again funded by our own government). I think Putin has a right to be worried about a bioweapon being developed and "accidentally" released in his own backyard. If you think the Ukrainian biolab story is "fake news", better do some research:

https://bastyon.com/index?s=ef03664efaf936684492986a975e7e750a2477366555869a4487d29d049c05f6&ref=PAH2UFKymWZBk9cvi56XtqPN2ve71bjdHb&mpost=true


The situation in Ukraine is far more complicated than you think and goes back a very long time. I find it interesting that the US media has made no attempt to explain the reason for the so-called "Russian aggression". It "just happened". That's because they're really can't say anything without exposing themselves. The only thing they can possible say is "Putin Bad"... "Orange Man Bad"... ..."Threat to Democracy".."Stand with Ukraine"... It's soooooooooooo freaking old.

(What happened to Covid? Just like that, it's all over. No more media coverage).

So everyone here can keep pretending to be outraged by "Russia, Russia, Russia" just because the media told you to be. I can't believe so few people have woken up to the real enemies of the world during the past two years.


I think this guy sums it up pretty well:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/GS8TUEXsxbtZ/
PDLanum
Philip Lanum 5
Neo-Nazi's?
Biden?

Take a hike you Russian troll.
MichaelDealey
Michael Dealey -5
I suppose you didn't open and watch/read any of the provided links. Yes, neo-nazis. They're quite open about it. And yes, Biden has extensive financial ties in Ukraine.

Those of you down-voting or denying are just not able or willing to face reality.
Go back to watching your TV.
MichaelDealey
Michael Dealey 0
As I said, all of you down voting are just unable or unwilling to look at the truth. If you have the attention span, this might explain why Putin is taking action in Ukraine:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=8-RyOaFwcEw&feature=youtu.be

I realize the term "neo-nazi" is trigger for many people. In fact, the liberal left has applied the term to anyone they don't like so often, it practically has no meaning anymore.

However, there are actual groups of people who following Nazi ideology and Ukraine is one place where they exist and are quite open about it.

They also get support from members of our own radical leftist government and deep state goons (as well as neocons like Lindsey Graham and John McCain). No wonder Graham just openly called for Putin's assassination on Twitter. He's freaking out about his involvement being exposed.

Maybe after watching (again, if you have the attention span and can get over your cognitive dissonance) you'll understand that Putin is not the actual aggressor here and is not at war with the Ukrainian people.

Even far left-leaning PBS had a guest on describing the situation perfectly. I doubt they knew what was going to come out of his mouth before they invited him on.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4v_Job6CAco
ssmith3104
Stewart Smith 0
I don't agree with this. It is a perfect way to push Russia into making a much higher proportion of their own planes rather than buying from the West. Is that what we want to do?

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