Trump aides look into U.S. purchasing Greenland after directives from president

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The presidential request has bewildered aides, some of whom continue to believe it isn’t serious, but Trump has mentioned it for weeks. The two people with knowledge of the presidential demand spoke on the condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to reveal such White House planning.

According to the CIA’s World Factbook, Greenland is 2.2 million square kilometers, with 1.7 million of that covered in ice. It has considerable natural resources, such as coal and uranium, but only 0.6 percent of the land is used for agriculture. It has about 58,000 residents, making it one of the world’s smallest countries by population.

With melting ice making the region more accessible, the United States has been firm in trying to counter any moves by Russia and China in the Arctic. China declared itself a “near-Arctic nation” last year and has defended its desire for a “Polar Silk Road” in which Chinese goods would be delivered by sea from Asia to Europe.

China recently sought to bankroll the construction of three airports in Greenland, drawing concern from then-Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and prompting the Pentagon to make the case to Denmark that it should fund the facilities itself rather than rely on Beijing.

“Countries should be wary of piling on monumental debt, particularly ‘loan to own’ projects, that undermines their freedom of political action and sovereign choices,” a Pentagon official, Johnny Michael, said previously. “Beijing’s lack of transparency in its polar research, expeditionary activities and approach to natural resource development is also of concern.”

Trump’s desire to buy Greenland wouldn’t be the first time an American president broached the idea.

The U.S. military had a presence on Greenland during World War II as a means to protect the continent if Germany ever tried to attack. After the war, the Truman administration offered Denmark $100 million to buy Greenland, according to the academic tome “Exploring Greenland: Cold War Science and Technology on Ice.”

Since then, the Danish people have been wary of the United States’ continued use of Greenland. The land was critical territory during the Cold War because of its location halfway between the United States and Northern Europe and its proximity to the former Soviet Union. The Pentagon built its northernmost military installation, Thule Air Base, on Greenland in 1951, as a means for missile defense.

“Exploring Greenland,” co-written by academics from Denmark and the United States, says that the U.S. military’s “extensive activities in northern Greenland” was seen by Danish citizens and some politicians as “a violation of their national sovereignty.”

Danish politicians ridiculed the notion of selling Greenland to the U.S. following reports Aug. 16 that President Trump had privately discussed buying the world’s largest island. Greenland is a self-governing country that is part of the kingdom of Denmark. (Reuters)

Read more here from The Washington Post.

Greenland belongs to Denmark and the Danish people!

The Chinese want to buy mining rights to “rare earth minerals”, exploding and polluting the nature and get almost global monopoly on “rare earth minerals”.
I dont think, that EU or USA want the corrupt eskimos to destroy the island with the help of China.
And what next, Chinese missile bases on Greenland?

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Denmark decided to turn down an offer last year from Chinese mining company General Nice Group to buy an abandoned naval base on Greenland due to security concerns, sources involved in the decision said.
Danish politicians did not want to jeopardise their country’s relationship with the United States, Copenhagen’s main ally, by granting another power a potentially military foothold in Greenland, the sources told Reuters.
In a statement to Reuters, the Danish defence ministry said the base at Gronnedal – which had been put up for sale – would be reopened as a strategic and logistical location for storing fuel and materiel and for training personnel. It did not comment on the Chinese offer.
“The government does not want to sell the naval base to China, as we have a long, close partnership with the U.S. and a defence agreement for Greenland with the U.S. from April 1951 to think about,” said a source with direct knowledge of the matter.
Greenland is part of Denmark with self-government over domestic affairs, while Copenhagen handles defence and foreign policy.

“It should be obvious to everyone that Denmark cannot have two superpowers playing hide-and-seek in Greenland. I don’t think the U.S. would find such a situation amusing either,” a second source said. Neither source wanted to be identified due to the sensitivity of the matter.
General Nice Group, which is registered in Hong Kong, did not respond to email and telephone calls requesting comment.
The U.S. government struck an agreement with Denmark in 1951 that gave it substantial military rights in Greenland to boost the defence of North America and the Arctic.

Instead of selling the Gronnedal base, which was constructed by the United States in 1942 to protect the flight route between America and Europe, the sale was suddenly cancelled last year.
The decision was supported by an overwhelming majority in the Danish parliament, which backed the decision to reestablish the base almost two years after it had been abandoned.
The defence ministry intends to send six people to Gronnedal soon to reopen the buildings and the harbour facilities, a government source told Reuters.
While the cancelled sale highlights western concerns over Chinese presence in the Arctic region, Greenland still hopes to attract foreign investment from China and other nations to bolster its economy with projects such as in gold, rare earths, iron ore and oil.
A collapse in global commodity prices has put this ambition temporarily on hold.

Because of the melting of Arctic ice in recent decades, the region has become increasingly interesting as a new route for shipping between Europe and the Far East.
In 2013, China became a observer to the Arctic Council, whose members are the United States, Canada, Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.

Source: Reuters

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  3. ᛋᛠᛉ · November 7, 2020

    Well, that sounds like it could turn into a bucket of suck.

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  4. ᛋᛠᛉ · November 10, 2020

    So now that Creepy Joe is taking office (most likely,) do you reckon he’ll be after Greenland? Assuming he knows he’s in office, what year it is, and/or his own name…

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    • Viking Life Blog · November 10, 2020

      lol. You are really pushing my fantasy, there.

      I assume there are some alphabet guys telling him to keep Russia, China, etc. out, so there will always be an American interest in Grønland.

      USA might have interest in a “good gop/bad cop” relationship to Grønland. Denmark being the “bad cop” telling China that the harbor for sale is not going to be sold to China. And Danmark fighting incest, HIV and corruption amongst the invasive eskimoer.
      While USA looks “good” on the global stage.

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      • ᛋᛠᛉ · November 10, 2020

        Eskimos. Worse than hippies. I’d guess they’re your Injuns. Does the rest of Europe nag you about them and tell you how much gibz they need to stop themselves from getting the Darwin award straight to hell?

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      • Viking Life Blog · November 10, 2020

        Luckily there are “only” about 50.000 Eskimos or mixed-race Eskimos and they have to compete with millions of Arabs, Africans, etc.. I guess, the answer is ‘not really’.

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      • ᛋᛠᛉ · November 10, 2020

        F for Denmark’s carrying capacity.

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      • Viking Life Blog · November 10, 2020

        F 🙂

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      • ᛋᛠᛉ · November 10, 2020

        Anyway, it sounds like Denmark could use some manifest destiny. U.S. too, just not in Grønland.

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      • Viking Life Blog · November 10, 2020

        “manifest destiny” great word(s), yes!

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      • ᛋᛠᛉ · November 10, 2020

        It was a wondrous time in American history where there was a point. I mean, outside New England.

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      • Viking Life Blog · November 10, 2020

        Yeah, good times!

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