I'll make it simple for everyone, in the united states we have costco and sams club, both deplorable places but it serves my example.
At costco for example you can get 36 pepsi's for the price of 24 or so at the normal grocer. So you are passed the savings because you bought more
and gave them more money.
Now with this realized let's look at world oil consumption.
The united states sucks takes in roughly 26-27% of the oil consumed a day according to this report.
In fact according to those numbers, it takes the next 6 countries to equal our demand.
Why we use so much oil you should really look into the super highway projects and the modernization of america between the 1930's and 60's-70's to
fully understand why we require so much oil.
But a major reason why we do require so much oil.
And what I like to call the real war, which falls goes to construction firms of our country, which odviously need oil to build.
The biggest company, or one to be the biggest highlight is halliburton. Who likes to work hand in hand with the WTO and World Bank.
Isn't it convenient how the world bank and wto, has loaned out such vast sums to third world countries with resources the united states needs.
These loans, which never left our country(money is flowed from washington to new york, texas etc... whatever UNITED STATES constructions firm is
doing) under these loans there are usually stipulations and practices, which use the macroeconomic practices along with privatization so that our
corporations gain control of the country. The rich families are fed and and poor are made poorer.
The most interesting news related to the world bank is venezuela's is buying off tons of bonds so they can pay back the debt they owe sometime this
year and not fall under these stipilations of privatization, chavez wants to nationalize the oil supply. If eveyone is looking for the next wars I
believe it to be venezuela, for the previous resason and Iran because they want to switch over to EU money like Saddam.