The Russians are coming!... :-)

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by thecoder, Nov 23, 2021.

  1. thecoder

    thecoder help the US of Arseica :)
    Russian fleet en route to US to help battle fuel crisis
    19 Nov, 2021 13:47

    The US is reportedly getting ready to receive a bulk shipment of diesel from energy-rich Russia as Washington strives to cool down the fuel's retail price, which has recently hit its highest level since 2014.
    Some two million barrels of Russian diesel carried by four tankers are currently heading to the east coast of the US, according to data from energy cargo-tracking agency Vortexa, as quoted by Bloomberg.

    The delivery, which is expected to arrive in New York and New Haven, Connecticut, as soon as next week, is reportedly the most substantial in recent years, based on data going back to 2018.

  2. Fonz


    ...From RT "Russia Today".
    An amazing Russia (propaganda) "news" source.
    Sad :thumbsdown:
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  3. Ninja


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  4. thecoder


    Show us the propaganda you mean. I'm seeking myself for years and cannot find any propaganda. I find it just very informative.
    And at least 1000x better than the CNN fake news propaganda...
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  5. Pekelo


    In Russia, we trust!!
  6. Fonz


    I wish you the best.
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  7. thecoder


    Why not?... :)
  8. thecoder


    Come on! Just show us a propaganda by RT, since you started with this.
    Shouldn't be that hard, you just need to post a link of such a propaganda article. Come on! Let us know! I myself am curious too, who knows, maybe I overlooked such a propaganda article in all the years I'm reading RT...
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  9. maxinger


    China needs more coal,
    Europe needs more gas/oil,
    India needs more coal,
    The US needs more diesel,

    Suddenly everyone needs to burn more coal/oil/gas.

    And the sea level continues to rise higher and higher

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  10. thecoder


    Is that good or bad? Why? Impact so far? :)
    What about flooding the excess water to desert regions, like the Sahara desert etc?
    #10     Nov 23, 2021