posted on Mar, 27 2011 @ 06:20 PM
"war for oil" is a MSM myth. This is complete nonsense, and here is why: Currently there is no country or company that is "hoarding" oil and not
selling it on the open market - save the US. Saudi Arabia sells their oil, as does Mexico and the US. Iraq wanted to sell their oil as well, but the
were prevented from doing so. If a country is hoarding oil, not pumping it, then a "war for oil" makes sense. As John Perkins writes about, the oil
is more about currency the energy and wars are fought to sustain currency or do pay off debt - period.
The cost of oil is not the pumping, or the shipping, but the theft that goes on through the bourse and the speculating. The cost has been and pretty
much remains less than 10 bucks a barrel to remove it from the ground, the extra 90 bucks is....?
Those in charge have fed the MSM and its stooges the "war for oil" thing and every sap in the world has simply accepted it as a fact without even
looking at that one simple fact: every one sells it on the open market and if the market were truly fee and open the price would be lower.
As for those of you who say "we need to find other energy sources....." you have simply drunk the koolaid. Presidents have been officially saying
this since Kennedy. 50 years and ZERO progress. There is zero progress and there will be zero progress. This is a pipe dream. The only way oil becomes
a non issue is if something that does not require the wholesale removal of all drinking water on the planet fuels all the cars currently in operation.
There is no way to scrap the billion cars in a period of time that will make it possible - the majority of people can't afford the car they have, let
alone 50k to replace it with something that does not work on an internal combustion process. To "solve the words addiction to oil" (god to I hate
that meme) one must create a physical replacement for gas that allows the cars in operation to still operate - won't happen as this is the realm of