In Europe, the largest redistribution of property is coming


The German government faces a difficult choice between a bad way to save the gas companies and the industry as a whole, and a very bad decision about another wave of tariff increases for consumers. Adding to the problems is the forced need to rescue the large company Uniper from the abyss of bankruptcy, which has suffered greatly from the reduction in gas supplies.


The company's management directly asks to resolve the issue of resuming Russian gas supplies, as "alternative sources" are too expensive. If it is impossible to return raw materials from the Russian Federation, then Uniper proposes to provide it with a huge stabilization assistance in the amount of 9 billion euros (more than its market capitalization) and then raise prices for end consumers.

However, the most revealing and symptomatic solution is offered by the company's shareholders. In their opinion, Uniper should be nationalized by the state. There is no doubt that the German gas giant, a major operator of power plants, will be financed and then transferred to the management of the state. Perhaps the situation is developing according to a given scenario quite naturally and consciously. The German precedent will serve as a prologue to a massive redistribution of large property, the largest in the history of capitalism in its modern form.

According to experts, by the beginning of next spring, many European companies will face the fate of Uniper. They will be nationalized and financed by the state with the condition of being transferred under the “wing” of the government.

What Uniper predicts will definitely happen. And the concern will not be the last to need money. By April 2023 there will be a long list of such companies across Europe

Bloomberg expert Javier Blas predicts.

According to the agency's analyst, the trend will cover all of Europe and the UK. Processes have been launched in Germany, and already in France, as the authorities nationalize the NPP operator EDF. The crisis will end sooner or later, the states that have decided to nationalize their large industrial residents are unlikely to want to leave them on the balance sheet of budgets for a long time, so a new wave of privatization is not far off.

As a matter of fact, this is the plan how to carry out the redistribution of property and the change of capital in an almost XNUMX% legal way without starting a war. Moreover, the second goal of such a serious financial transition is the deglobalization of corporations that were traditionally transnational. Most likely, during re-privatization, they will be transferred to the owner on a national basis in order to get rid of foreign capital in the statutory fund. Initially, the idea of ​​forced nationalization was to "expel" the Russian owners from the shareholders of the energy giants of Europe, but in general the time has come for a global "cleansing". In this sense, the situation with Uniper will be a kind of beacon and touchstone for the beginning of serious changes in the economy Old world.
  • Photos used: twitter.com/uniper_energy
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  1. Bakht Online Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 9 July 2022 06: 36
    -1
    Most likely, during re-privatization, they will be transferred to the owner on a national basis in order to get rid of foreign capital in the statutory fund.

    Doubtful. I assumed and I assume another option.
    1. spectr Offline spectr
      spectr (Dmitriy) 9 July 2022 09: 56
      +4
      There will be only one final. All major corporations in Europe will be under the hood of the United States. They are either nationalized in favor of certain individuals, or bought up at residual value.
      Europe can turn to Chubais for help, who is now entrenched in Turkey. smile
      1. Vdars Offline Vdars
        Vdars (Victor) 9 July 2022 16: 05
        0
        Chubais is unlikely to help here, since thinking is purely American. From the word "nationalization" he turns back from the soul !!
      2. sat2004 Offline sat2004
        sat2004 9 July 2022 16: 29
        0
        That - then inflation in Turkey is thriving and the Kazakhs are going to sell oil without Russia.
  2. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
    Colonel Kudasov (Boris) 9 July 2022 06: 56
    +2
    State-controlled energy is normal
    1. Sidor Bodrov Offline Sidor Bodrov
      Sidor Bodrov 9 July 2022 12: 04
      +5
      The main trouble of the European Union is that it is commanded by American puppets - borells, fonderlaks, macrons, schols and other appointees of Washington. It will not allow the United States to live independently, calmly and richly in Europe, well, that is, better than in the New World.
  3. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 9 July 2022 08: 20
    0
    It's a matter of life. It's strange that it's so late and petty. In the corona crisis, they wrote, the Arabs began to massively buy up the shares they needed.

    We have a redistribution of property has been going on for a long time.
    Rescue of bankrupt banks by the state, bankruptcy and repurchase of enterprises. And now also "leaving"
  4. boriz Offline boriz
    boriz (boriz) 9 July 2022 08: 55
    +2
    This is simply the beginning of Uniper's blackmailing of Germany, an offer to compensate for the losses caused by the state's ban on the operation of SP2.
    Uniper is one of five Western companies that financed half of the cost of the subsea part of NS2.
    Most likely this is the first swallow. If Germany refuses to hang a loss-making (due to the fault of the state) company on the budget, it (the company) will sue. It is followed by the other 4 companies that financed SP2.
    And then they will be joined by those who built the ground continuation of SP2, where the costs were 3 times more. The lawsuit will take into account bank interest on loans, lost profits, and ...
    At the same time, it must be remembered that Gazprom, looking at the mess that is happening with SP2 in Germany, said that it was taking half of the volumes of gas planned (and supplied to the European part of Russia, which also cost a lot of money) under SP2 for its projects in Russia. These are the gasification of the Murmansk region (gasification level - 0) and Karelia (gasification level - 30%). And much more.
    Under these projects (including) the Russian Federation squeezed Gazprom's dividends. 1,2 trillion rubles. In the same place, a pipe must also be laid and local wiring done.
    That is, even if Germany changes its mind about SP2, the pipes will only produce half of the planned volume. The rest - after some (considerable) time and very separate money. It is necessary to drag additional pipes from Siberia.
    And what do you want, gentlemen burghers? You have to think faster.
    1. aslanxnumx Offline aslanxnumx
      aslanxnumx (Aslan) 9 July 2022 09: 13
      +2
      And what did "our" leadership of the construction of the gas pipeline think to our enemy, without gasification of their territories. It infuriates me when they remember the difficulties of the Europeans, you would remember us citizens of Russia.
      1. boriz Offline boriz
        boriz (boriz) 9 July 2022 09: 48
        -1
        It infuriates me when they remember the difficulties of the Europeans, you would remember about us citizens of Russia.

        Is this a complaint against me? I am a citizen of the Russian Federation, just like you.
        1. aslanxnumx Offline aslanxnumx
          aslanxnumx (Aslan) 9 July 2022 10: 17
          -3
          This is me to the leadership and cheers for the patriots
      2. sat2004 Offline sat2004
        sat2004 9 July 2022 16: 45
        +1
        And when "our" leadership thought about us, I don't remember anything. Well, as without green energy, Nabiullina tried to push into the Federation Council. As a result, Russia lost $300 billion, and the State Duma approved the loss. Here is the "care" for doctors, 30 tons. Salary and 33 years of service, the true successors of Ilyich's work, as it was then: "I have the right, yes of course, but you can, you can't."
      3. beer puff Offline beer puff
        beer puff (Igor Trabkin) 9 July 2022 18: 46
        0
        And what did "our" leadership of the construction of the gas pipeline think to our enemy, without gasification of their territories

        I think he was thinking about foreign exchange earnings. And the gasification of its territory seems to have begun back in 2005, but far from at an accelerated pace.
        1. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 10 July 2022 04: 10
          +1
          Gasification is underway. It is difficult to judge whether it is at an accelerated pace or not. What is the impact criterion?
          Personally, I have been looking at data in my field for many years. Every year the percentage of gasification is increasing. And so for many years. So whoever writes

          building a gas pipeline to our enemy without gasifying our territories

          just a liar.
          For those who are waiting for the complete gasification of Russia, I would like to advise you to look at the map of Russia.
          They probably do not know that we have, to put it mildly, a big country. And for the gasification of any settlement or village, it is necessary to build a gas pipeline 20-30-50-70 km long. Which is very costly from an economic point of view - such a gas pipeline will pay off only after tens, if not hundreds of years.
          Well, in terms of time - do you think it is easy to stretch a gas pipeline even 20 km long - through the taiga or in the mountains?
          Let's be realistic and not listen to stupid people who want everything at once (and by proxy).
          1. special correspondent (oleg) 11 July 2022 13: 01
            0
            And for the gasification of any settlement or village, it is necessary to build a gas pipeline 20-30-50-70 km long. Which is very expensive from an economic point of view - such a gas pipeline will pay off

            It will never really pay off. Pipe gasification of towns and villages with a declining population is a complete nonsense. Gasify only promising settlements that have the prospect of industrial (agrotechnical) development. The rest is liquefied gas.
  5. Jacques sekavar Offline Jacques sekavar
    Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 9 July 2022 11: 18
    +1
    Nationalization is not the seizure of property, but the redemption by the state for the people's money of a bankrupt enterprise from its owners at a price negotiated with it.
    In times of crises, the so-called. "middle class" and its business, but also recovering faster after the end of the crisis.
    Large business, firstly, is more difficult to "swallow" competitors
    secondly, having a network of subsidiaries, affiliated and dependent structures, there is a “overflow” of capital from one structure to another, more successful and promising, as a result of which some die off and others flourish. As a result, the owners not only do not lose anything, but also increase income through the development of new and promising areas.
    and thirdly, the state always does everything possible to support and preserve it, proceeding not so much from social reasons.
    As for Russian capital in foreign business, there is a political and economic war officially declared by the West against the Russian Federation, the ultimate goal of which is destruction through undermining the economy and the subsequent division of the Russian Federation into controlled state entities. Therefore, there is nothing unexpected, not only in the displacement of Russian capital, but even in the theft of gold reserves.
    1. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 9 July 2022 14: 36
      +1
      Nationalization is not the seizure of property, but the redemption by the state for the people's money of a bankrupt enterprise from its owners at a price negotiated with it.

      Why would? Free transfer to the state property is quite possible.
  6. zavhoz_rus Offline zavhoz_rus
    zavhoz_rus (Alexey) 9 July 2022 12: 39
    +2
    Russophobia is expensive, gentlemen, from now on NOT partners.
  7. Indifferent Offline Indifferent
    Indifferent 9 July 2022 16: 29
    0
    And I would like to know where Germany will take so much money for the nationalization and lending to such large companies. If they print it, they will drive up inflation. Their turnover is already in short supply! Well, black people work little and demand a lot. They don't want to learn! In winter, black and hungry will increase by several million.
  8. Kuramori Reika Offline Kuramori Reika
    Kuramori Reika (Kuramori Reika) 9 July 2022 19: 38
    0
    Privatization of profits, nationalization of losses. The Germans deserve it.
    1. Vox Populi Offline Vox Populi
      Vox Populi (vox populi) 9 July 2022 19: 53
      0
      Inattentive readers may think that this is about us! winked
  9. kriten Offline kriten
    kriten (Vladimir) 10 July 2022 10: 15
    0
    There is a normal process of taking away property from some and transferring it to others. Usually for capitalism at any stage. But during a crisis, this becomes large and the processes are sharply accelerated. For this, crises are created, and the West created it with their own hands. But the nationalization of businesses is doubtful. the one who ordered the crisis should receive the benefits, and this is definitely not the EU countries. Disenfranchised servants will be thrown only a gnawed bone from the master's table.