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The Energy Myths: Peak Oil and Global Warming

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As a culture we are literally drowning in ‘bogus’ bought-and-paid-for corporate ‘science’. This has been ongoing for a long time. Professors, researchers, physicians, dentists and many other professionals have literally been drummed out of their professions for violating unwritten codes of scientific censorship.

Both “oil is a fossil fuel” and “man-made global warming” fall into the category of protected bogus (“tobacco”) science.

However, it cannot be said that the extraction, processing and burning of coal and petroleum products does not pollute the environment. They are both unquestionably responsible for producing serious pollution. But, both peak oil (carbon tax) and global warming (cap and trade) are about energy and control of populations and resources.

The globalist Henry Kissinger, a member of the Club of Rome (that Rockefeller money started), stated the following: “Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world.”

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