posted on Sep, 1 2008 @ 11:57 AM
So here it is:
Global warming was/is a farce. The evidence of such appears to be becoming overwhelming. So wtf? How could so many legitimate, thorough, well
trained scientists mess this up? They could because they were told to. ...For the greater good. For numerous reasons, including the power of oil
producing countries, oil companies, and related industries, and most importantly the power of their money and marketing to the American Mind, our oil
dependence was proving to be immobile and unconquerable. So it was decided to manufacture Global Warming as a kick in the pants for the U.S. consumers
to fully support alternative energy sources. The highest levels finally had enough of middle eastern gain at our expense, and the resulting control
the middle east was exhibiting over our country. Really it kinda comes down to sex marketing. Which individual has a larger member (in the marketing
reality): The guy with the gleaming Escalade and massive chrome rims, or the guy with the near silent, light weight, hybrid? The insecure US male will
pick the Escalade every time.
And so Global warming was born. ... And it worked. The transition away from oil is gaining speed daily and progressing much faster than predicted.
To the point that, personally, I think we're not far from free energy.
You can guess what this means to the middle east (Saudi Arabia) -- game over. Why are we paying $4 per gallon when not long ago, anything close to
$2 was outrageous? Oil companies/countries are making their big end push for cash, as well as dolling out a little punishment for trying to
abandon/overthrow them. Perhaps 911 was a message from the Saudis to stop our efforts to disempower them?
Ever wonder why we were paying 1.30 for gas when the rest of the world was paying $4-$15 per gallon? By special arrangement with the Saudis regarding
our unimaginable rate of consumption and making them our #1 source.
Hopefully this was enough to enable you to see how any remaining pieces fall into place.
Iraq? A chess move to secure enough oil resources so that once our rate of consumption is decreased to a reasonable amount and stabilized, then
combined with this new solid source in Iraq (2nd largest reserve behind Saudis), the Saudis will no longer be our silent rulers.