In the latest episode of “The World’s Most Absurd Energy Crisis,” Norwegian ammunition manufacturer Nammo is struggling to expand its factory capacity, thanks to the insatiable appetite for cat videos and social media apps like TikTok. Apparently, there’s no room for both bullets and cat videos in Europe’s energy landscape.
Nammo, partly owned by the Norwegian government and a Finnish state-controlled defense company, is accusing TikTok of stealing all the electricity to host its precious data, such as cat video storage. The situation is so dire that Morten Brandtzæg, Nammo’s chief executive, said: “We are concerned because we see our future growth is challenged by the storage of cat videos.” Oh, the humanity!
According to the ammo maker, globalist politicians and their European Union (EU) cronies are to blame for cutting Europe off from Russia’s bountiful and affordable energy supplies following its invasion of Ukraine. That’s right, folks – it’s TikTok and the EU that are putting the kibosh on Nammo’s bullet-making ambitions.
As Europe’s demand for ammunition soars, Nammo is itching to increase production from 6,000 to 65,000 rounds per day. But alas, the data-hungry TikTok and its data centers are hogging all the available energy, because who needs national defense when you’ve got cat videos?
It seems that TikTok’s data center expansion plans take precedence over European defense assets. One must wonder if it’s just a happy coincidence that a Chinese-owned