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Oil quietly reaching $100/bbl

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posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 11:52 AM
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Maybe we can use up everyone else's oil on the cheap and then start exporting ours at $2-300 a barrel when it is all gone. Imagine China importing more from us for a change.




posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 03:45 AM
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Originally posted by Kingbreaker
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we do, but because of all the legislation out there trying to cap carbon, we cant do anything about it.. if we were drilling 90 miles off the coast instead of china, we would have enough oil, and we would see lower prices at the pump.. just from that alone. not saying pump gas would be back to under a dollar.. but it would be going in that direction instead of up
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You have to understand the mentality of these leftist eco-terrorist's. It isn't about the true availability, nor about the environmental impact of combustible fuels. To them energy is just another lever to grind down humanity. These people are inherently anti-humanist's. They will not be happy until a form of neo-feudalism is in place with them(the enlightened leftist folks) at the top enjoying modern technology and everyone else living in hut's or shack cities while working in sweat shops. Look at how these leftist eco-terrorist's glorify living situations in Brazil, Jamaica and the living standards of the dark ages.

These people put on velvet gloves and a "happy face" but deep down inside they want to reduce their fellow humans to such a level of depravity that they could easily treat them as slaves. That is what this is all about.



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 07:21 AM
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That article is #. Pure #.

It just is, man. Complete and utter #.

2041 years on 500 billion barrels of oil?! That's idiotic.

We consume over 8 billion barrels of oil per YEAR.

So many factors not being taken into consideration.





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