See my 19th edition, the one that is all about oil. It's free on my Web site at the icon that says MAGAZINE.
It will dispell any ideas that the US and former Soviet Union will war over oil. Peace, Arlene Johnson Publisher/Author http://www.truedemocracy.net -----Original Message----- >From: muckblit <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> >Sent: Aug 4, 2006 9:28 AM >To: firstname.lastname@example.org >Subject: [cia-drugs] Palast Pops Peak Oil Fraud > >When Greg Palast began talking in his book, Armed Madhouse, about full >page and two page Peak Oil scare ads, I thought of Mike Ruppert. > >Palast shows a Chevron Peak Oil scare ad, at least an ad in which >Chevron openly takes credit for funding the ad in order to advertise >where victims should send their protection money with the hope of >Chevron being able to protect philanthropists from high energy prices >in the future. > >It seems Hubbert did not say that oil would run out in 2006. He only >said that cheap to extract oil was not being found fast enough to >replace easy to extract oil being pumped. > >Hubbert pegged difficult to extract heavy oil such as tar sand as >being sufficient in quantity to replace easy oil. He named >Iraq("Mesopotamia") and Venezuela, not Canada or Russia I don't think, >as heavy oil sources sufficient to offset easy oil extraction. > >Palast thinks that the reason Hubbert did not simply advise that heavy >oil resources would offset easy oil extraction was that Hubbert was >providing an out for Soviet Russia and the US to avoid fighting over >mideast oil about now. Hubbert proposed that since US and USSR had >plenty of uranium, they could convert their energy usage from oil to >nuclear. > >But according to Palast, Hubbert did say that heavy oil and gas >reserves were sufficient for another hundred years or so. Did Mike >Ruppert mention that in the fine print? People don't pay for fine >print, so now that Palast's book has taken the fear out of Peak Oil, >maybe Ruppert's subscriptions are drying up. > >Not that Palast is not predicting an economic deluge of biblical >predictions, because he is. But Palast does not mention gold as a >sanctuary of value. > >Instead of claiming the mantle of FDR as LaRouche does, Palast says >that the New Deal was a watered down Wall Street and Democratic >establishment co-optation of Huey Long's program, which meant that it >was safe to shoot Huey Long and call the clone New Deal, New Frontier, >and Great Society. But that doesn't mean we should not bemoan the loss >of New Deal electrical utility regulation(repeal of Public Utility >Act) and identify the assault on internet neutrality(neutrality >meaning Verizon and Comcast must not restrict bandwidth for content >such as IPTV not subscribed from them). > > > > > >Complete archives at http://www.sitbot.net/ > >Please let us stay on topic and be civil. > >OM > >Yahoo! Groups Links > > > > > > > Complete archives at http://www.sitbot.net/ Please let us stay on topic and be civil. OM Yahoo! Groups Links <*> To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cia-drugs/ <*> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to: [EMAIL PROTECTED] <*> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to: http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/