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We Were Wrong on Peak Oil

Editor’s Note: And George is wrong about CO2 global warming as well! So, why has so much money been thrown at promoting TWO false theories? To create the ‘need’ for a replacement of the petrodollar – the carbon credit electronic currency!

George Monbiot, The Guardian
Monday 2 July 2012

The facts have changed, now we must change too. For the past 10 years an unlikely coalition of geologists, oil drillers, bankers, military strategists and environmentalists has been warning that peak oil – the decline of global supplies – is just around the corner. We had some strong reasons for doing so: production had slowed, the price had risen sharply, depletion was widespread and appeared to be escalating. The first of the great resource crunches seemed about to strike.

Among environmentalists it was never clear, even to ourselves, whether or not we wanted it to happen. It had the potential both to shock the world into economic transformation, averting future catastrophes, and to generate catastrophes of its own, including a shift into even more damaging technologies, such as biofuels and petrol made from coal. Even so, peak oil was a powerful lever. Governments, businesses and voters who seemed impervious to the moral case for cutting the use of fossil fuels might, we hoped, respond to the economic case.

Some of us made vague predictions, others were more specific. In all cases we were wrong. In 1975 MK Hubbert [originator of the “technocracy” theory], a geoscientist working for Shell who had correctly [foretold] predicted the [orchestrated] decline in US oil production, suggested that global supplies could peak in 1995. In 1997 the petroleum geologist Colin Campbell estimated that it would happen before 2010. In 2003 the geophysicist Kenneth Deffeyes said he was “99% confident” that peak oil would occur in 2004. In 2004, the Texas tycoon T Boone Pickens predicted that “never again will we pump more than 82m barrels” per day of liquid fuels. (Average daily supply in May 2012 was 91m.) In 2005 the investment banker Matthew Simmons maintained that “Saudi Arabia … cannot materially grow its oil production”. (Since then its output has risen from 9m barrels a day to 10m, and it has another 1.5m in spare capacity.)

Peak oil hasn’t happened, and it’s unlikely to happen for a very long time.

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Globalization doesn’t work for the people OR the environment


Localization (yes) versus globalization (no)

Helen Norberg Hodge explains the huge problems with globalization and its horrific impact on real people.

The Economics of Happiness describes a world moving simultaneously in two opposing directions. On the one hand, an unholy alliance of governments and big business continues to promote globalization and the consolidation of corporate power. At the same time, people all over the world are resisting those policies, demanding a re-regulation of trade and finance—and, far from the old institutions of power, they’re starting to forge a very different future. Communities are coming together to re-build more human scale, ecological economies based on a new paradigm – an economics of localization.

For more info go to http://www.theeconomicsofhappiness.org/


The following is the current path we are on. The globalists call their plan “interdependence”. It is the formula for tyranny as well as economic and environmental devastation. Under their plan long distance transport is essential because no nation would be allowed to be independent or locally sustainable.

Henry Kissinger (Rockefeller oil cartel toady and globalist) stated the following plan for global tyranny in 1973:

“Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world.”

Wisdom from Ireland and Argentina

by AL Whitney (C) copyright 2011
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Jim Corr from Ireland explains the global bankster’s attack on Ireland and other countries in Europe. The destruction of self-reliant independent nations has been a cornerstone in the globalization agenda. The globalists (international banksters) want the world organized into a network of interdependence . . . that they can control and profit from.  In actuality they are seeking to build One World Earth Corporation.  The ‘Corporation’ business model is a critical component of this structure.

Corr also provides an excellent plan of action for the Irish people to pursue. The term ‘relocalization’ could be used to describe his recommendations.

From Argentina, Adrian Salbuchi offers more wise counsel. Adrian is an important, eloquent, speaker for community restoration. His youtube presentations are intelligent, informative and encouraging.

Here is his latest:

Part 1

Part 2

Our Political ‘Teams’

by AL Whitney (C) copyright 2010
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And the Bankers Manifesto of 1892

“When through the process of the law, the common people have lost their homes, they will be more tractable and easily governed through the influence of the strong arm of the government applied to a central power of imperial wealth under the control of the leading financiers. People without homes will not quarrel with their leaders.”

It is amazing to watch how much of the population in the United States has developed such intense team loyalty.  To listen to Ohio State University and Michigan State fans before or during their annual game, you would think the guys on the field were locked in a mortal winner-takes-all battle. And fans have been known to cry or get seriously depressed if their ‘team’ loses.

The team loyalty ‘religion’ is also an integral part of the divide and conquer strategy being used on the population of the U.S. by the global gangster/bankers.  Some people actually admit they are Democrats or Republicans for no other reason than that’s what their parents were. Currently Team Republican seems to prefer O’Reilly and FOX news and Team Democrat are fans of Olberman and MSNBC. This is NOT an accident that the media (controlled by a few huge corporations) constantly beats the Democrat versus the Republican (or vice versa) drums. It is orchestrated to keep us divided and prevent us from noticing what is going on behind the curtain.  If we woke up and realized that Washington DC has become a replication of the movie The Godfather and Ben Bernake’s testimony to Congress was exactly like Michael Corleons, we’d recognize why our economy is on the brink of collapse and who is REALLY responsible. 

In the early 1900’s US Congressman Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr. from Minnesota revealed The Bankers Manifesto of 1892 before the US Congress sometime during his term of office between the years of 1907 and 1917 – to warn the citizens.

Perhaps the gangster/banksters got the idea of promoting a rivalry (as a smokescreen) from the Hatfields and McCoys which took place from 1878-1891? The Hatfield-McCoy feud (1878 – 1891) is an account of American folklore that has become a metaphor for bitterly feuding rival parties in general.

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