posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 03:51 PM
the crisis in libya has sent oil to $100 a barrel. this is peanuts compared to when bush was in power and the iraq war sent oil to over $147 a
libya only comprise 2% of the total world's oil supply. just 2%. this is literally insignificant in total output and should have no discernable
effect on the world oil supply, even if gaddafi destroys the pipline.
how much money is enough. is there no limit to greed. this latest manufactured price increase is going to be passed on to you.
next time you look at the price board at the gasoline station, realize that you are being robbed and there is nothing you can do about.
this middle east uprising has all the markings of an oil oligopoly. the beauty is that no one is actually in charge. therefore no one is to blame,
except the people that set up this system and let it loose on the world.
i hope this latest uprising overthrows the oil dictators set up by the west to keep cheap oil flowing. but it looks more like a cleaning house, to
put a more favourable system in place that is corruptable and compliant.
gaddafi, warned that he will die a martyr, and if he is overthrown, american and european colonial powers will
gaddafi and anglo/european powers both have blood on their hands and are directly responsible for all the lives lost.
edit on 23-2-2011 by randomname because: (no reason given)