Don’s asked aides about US buying Greenland. He’s been amazed that but 56,000 people live there. It’s unclear what The Donald wants it for —
and how buying Greenland (assuming he’s purchasing it and not just taking it). So what in Hell does he want it for?
Don’s attempt would not be the first American effort to buy Greenland. US allegedly tried to buy Greenland in 1946. And in 1867, the then Secretary
of State William Seward of Seward’s folly fame became interested in purchasing the frigid, Danish territory.
Instead of just taking Greenland by conquest under the America First Doctrine Don nobly envisions purchasing Greenland, not forcibly,
taking it. What in the Hell does he want Greenland for? It matters. It matters that nobody believes what Don says, lately.
It matters what The Don wants Greenland for. And that he’s not credible anymore. In lieu of taking Greenland under America‘s, America
First, Doctrine, Don envisions buying, Greenland. In future terms to deport brown men to Greenland; of the US, of America.
Donald is interested in buying Greenland. Denmark, so far, is not, similarly, interested. In a statement, one Dane, saying, ironically,
“Trump can instead offer to pay rent for the Thule base, which until now, has been made available, to the US, for free.”
“Trump can instead offer to pay rent for the Thule base, which until now, has been made available, to the US, for free.” That’s even a better deal
than ye Yanks got for Manhattan Island. Unless interested in paying a fair rent, let us … not, make a deal.
Unless interested in paying a fair rent for Thule, let us not entertain making a deal with the Danes, for the sale, of Greenland. Greenland‘s not for sale.
And jobs in the heating and refrigeration industries, notwithstanding,
Greenland‘s … not for sale.