Greenland is now a national security concern for Denmark after Trump threatened to buy it.

By |2019-11-30T08:02:08-09:00November 30th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |6 Comments

Smooth move, moron.

Courtesy of The Independent:

Danish intelligence has placed Greenland at the top of its national security agenda for the first time following Donald Trump’s pursuit of the vast Arctic territory.

Greenlanders and politicians in Denmark reacted with horror earlier this year when it emerged the US president had suggested buying the island on numerous occasions with staff after hearing about its natural resources and geopolitical importance.

Denmark’s prime minister Mette Frederiksen later made clear the semi-autonomous territory was “not for sale”, leading to a diplomatic crisis when Mr. Trump cancelled a planned meeting with Ms. Frederiksen, branding her comments “nasty”.

The country’s Defence Intelligence Service (FE) linked the change in priority – Greenland is now ahead of terrorism and cybercrime – to America’s interest in the island, the BBC reported.

Lars Findsen, chief of FE, told the corporation Greenland is at the heart of a “power game” unfolding in the Arctic between the US and other major powers.

“We have decided to start this year’s Intelligence Risk Assessment with a chapter on the Arctic, as the interests of the great powers in the Arctic have direct impact on and growing significance for the Kingdom of Denmark,” he said.

“Despite the Arctic nations’ shared ambition to keep the region free of security policy disagreements, the military focus on the Arctic is growing. A power game is unfolding between great powers Russia, the United States and China that deepens tensions in the region.”

You know for centuries now we have had presidents who make our allies feel safe and protected.

But with Donald Trump in office we now have countries around the world hoping he will not mention them for fear he will put their citizens in danger or undermine their government. 

It’s like if the Black Plague took human form it would look and sound just like Donald Trump. 

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  1. Sarah is the most diabolical horror who ever roamed the earth November 30, 2019 at 6:27 pm - Reply

    Bristol would have so many houses to sell in Greenland. She would fit in, as Greenland has lots of Whore Frost.

  2. Anonymous November 30, 2019 at 11:29 pm - Reply

    Next on his agenda will be to give Alaska to his buddy Putin in exchange for releasing him from some of his many debts.

  3. CheeriO December 1, 2019 at 7:09 am - Reply

    “He doesn’t really have friends, confidantes, people to have side conversations because they see the damage he has already done.””

    “We will make clear that Britain is not for sale,”

    On Wednesday, as Common Dreams reported, Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn unveiled over 450 pages of leaked government documents on U.S.-U.K. trade negotiations between July 2017 and July 2019—which Corbyn called “evidence that under Boris Johnson the NHS is on the table and will be up for sale” in talks with Trump.


  4. Anonymous December 1, 2019 at 7:26 am - Reply

    U.N. Chief: Planet is at ‘Point of No Return’ Ahead of Climate Summit in Spain
    U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Sunday that the world’s efforts to stop climate change were a failure. Speaking ahead of a two-week climate summit that kicks off in Madrid on Monday, the U.N. chief called the measures enacted to this point “utterly inadequate” and that the global warming could soon pass the “point of no return.” The COP25 summit will bring together delegates from 200 countries who signed onto the Paris climate accord in 2015, which President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of this year. Guterres blamed a lack of political will on the dire state and called on young people to be the change makers. “The point of no return is no longer over the horizon,” Guterres told reporters Sunday. “It is in sight and hurtling toward us.”

    Organizers expect around 29,000 visitors, including some 50 heads of state and government for Monday’s opening, as well as scientists, seasoned negotiators and activists during the two-week meeting. Trump, which has announced the intention to withdraw from the Paris agreement, is represented by Marcia Bernicat, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is leading a delegation of Democratic lawmakers to the talks.

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