Anyone who believes that there isn't enough abiotic oil in Russia, needs to read the 19th edtion. It's free on my Web site for everyone in this listserv. That's because all my editions are free to the people who belong to this listserv. The 19th doesn't even need a password to access.
Peace, Arlene Johnsom Publisher/Author http://www.truedemocracy.net Click on the 4th icon, the one that says Magazine to access my e-zine and then scroll down till you see #19. -----Original Message----- >From: tents444 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> >Sent: Aug 22, 2006 2:38 AM >To: email@example.com >Subject: [cia-drugs] Re: ruppert to leave the USA for good > >Bob, I never paid much attention to the vreeland stuff. I ignore >most conspiracy theory stuff because I know it would take all my >time to thoroughly investigate it and come to a reasonable >conclusion. I doubt many people have spent enough time either. > >So most of us take it all with a grain of salt. So when you list >this and that concerning a multitude of issues and try to string >them together into some conclusion, then I pretty much ignore it. >Because investigating just one part of your theories would take a >very long time. So because of the multitude of "facts" you string >together, for that alone I don't believe you are an expert, or that >your conclusions are necessarily true. You are just one more person >with an opinion. > >But you didn't address my point about abiotic oil and that Peak Oil >theory still remains true even with the existence of abiotic (not >from biological sources) oil. > >As far as I know no one has found a way to pull up enough deep >abiotic oil at a reasonable price to make a real dent in the huge >demand for oil. So Peak Oil pricing is happening now. > >It just costs too much to pull up oil from deep levels. And it isn't >refilling oil reservoirs fast enough to make a real dent in the huge >demand for oil. > >And everyone needs to read part 2 of Mike Ruppert's article from >Venezuela describing the incredible harassment he has endured: >http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cia-drugs/message/36033 > >The full Mike Ruppert article from Venezuela is here: >http://www.fromthewilderness.com/free/ww3/081606_burning_bridge.shtml > >The Rense.com page has only the first part of the article: >http://www.rense.com/general73/ces.htm > >eco > > > >--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "muckblit" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >> >> "As for all the personal infighting >> crap in the replies here, I wouldn't know" >> ...that it's "crap", because it's all citations >> from publicly known Ruppert history, >> from his own mouth and writings. But >> you kill the messenger, ignore specifics. >> Unsurprisingly you add that you are wrong >> on many other topics as well, failing to >> cite specifics on any of those knee-jerk >> subliminally cloned positions. >> >> -Bob >> >> --- In email@example.com, "tents444" <tents444@> wrote: >> > >> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mark urban" mcurb@ wrote: >> > > >> > > Mike wrote a piece that is on the rense.com website about >bidding >> > > farewell to america. >> > >> > That is a great article. Here is the URL: >> > http://www.rense.com/general73/ces.htm >> > >> > I agree with nearly all of it. As for all the personal infighting >> > crap in the replies here, I wouldn't know about that stuff, >since I >> > don't know Mike Ruppert personally. >> > >> > I hope his website stays up: >> > http://www.fromthewilderness.com >> > >> > It has a lot of good info. >> > >> > I agree with the peak oil theory. It is already happening. And >> > abiotic oil is too deep and too inaccessible right now to make >much >> > difference. Even when some abiotic oil bubbles up to become >> > accessible it is not doing so in a great enough way to offset the >> > huge demand for oil. So the peak oil theory still holds true. >Peak >> > Oil is nothing more than the truth of supply and demand setting >> > prices. And abiotic oil deep in the earth costs too much to >bring up >> > right now. >> > >> > I disagree that the USA facilitated 9-11. But that is only an >> > opinion. I think it is more likely that the hijackers picked the >day >> > of the simulated hijackings to pull off the real thing. >Brilliant on >> > their part. This caused the delay of intercepting aircraft since >> > they thought there was a simulated hijacking going on. >> > >> > Same as the terrorist attacks in London. The bombers picked the >day >> > of a simulated terrorist attack scenario that the authorities >were >> > doing that day. >> > >> > So the USA and Britain facilitated the terrorist attacks due to >> > their stupidity. We can all agree on their stupidity can't we? :) >> > >> > My favorite paragraph from Mike Ruppert's article: >> > >> > QUOTE: >> > >> > My permanent exodus from the US was actually ordained thirty >years -- >> > to the month -- before I left for good on July 18th, 2006. It was >> > thirty years ago that my then-fiance, a career contract agent >for the >> > CIA, disclosed to me that "her people" were interested in giving >a >> > major boost to my career with LAPD if I would become involved >with >> > her "anti-terror" operations that involved "overlooking" (i.e. >> > protecting) large drug shipments coming in while facilitating the >> > movement of large quantities of firearms going out. I refused to >> > compromise my ethics as a police officer and -- as I wrote on >page 6 >> > of Crossing the Rubicon - "that has determined the course of my >life >> > ever since." >> > >> > UNQUOTE. >> > >> > > > > > > > >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/