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Posted: Oct 18 2004, 01:26 AM
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Ay chihuahua!

Glad we drive a volkswagen and a honda instead of a monster american SUV!


Over $5/gallon in the nordic lands...if I lived there, I'd travel by dogsled!


Blue Eyed, this is where it really hurts americans - we dont have any social infrastructure that amounts to anything here, where in many european nations the governments have invested in semi-socialism to help the common folk.

Here...youre on your own. Cant afford a doctor? Too bad. Cant afford to feed your children? Too bad. Cant find a job? Too bad.

In typical fascist fashion, the treat poverty as a vice, blaming the poor for being poor, and will NEVER own up to the fact that THEY are the ones who create it by letting the corporations run everything.

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Oil Scales New High Over $57
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LONDON - Oil prices scaled fresh highs on Thursday, forcing OPEC to consider a second output increase just a day after its deal to raise supplies failed to halt crude's record-breaking advance.

U.S. light crude broke above $57 for the first time, gaining $1.04 to $57.50 a barrel. London's Brent crude, benchmark for European imports, rose $1.12 to a record $56 a barrel.

"It's not in our hands, prices are determined by the market," said UAE Oil Minister Mohamed al-Hamli. [...]

Mainstream investors are diversifying into energy and commodities markets, driving U.S. crude on average to $49.16 so far this year, up $7.70 from 2004's average and $18 higher than the mean for 2003. [...]


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Posted: Mar 18 2005, 11:34 AM
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We could have cars that run on solar energy, fuel cells and magnetic motors.
We could have cars that run on compressed air.
We could have cars that run on used vegetable cooking oil.
We could have cars that run on hemp oil.


Maybe when oil hits $100.00 a barrel, people will start wishing they had demanded cheap, affordable, clean and renewable energy years ago.





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Posted: Mar 18 2005, 09:15 PM
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I've wanted an anti-gravity hover-Honda for years.

But The Man doesnt care what we want or need.

Glad we own little foreign 4 cylinder cars.

Thor takes up the entire back seat of a volkswagen, and he thinks he is back in the Fatherland.

Gas price goes up drastically again, I'm going to get a motorcycle.

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Hey Wahya, when I get enough money, I'll start a clean energy vehicle company so you can drive that Honda real cheap!

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Oil Prices Surpass $58 a Barrel Mark
Mon Apr 4,10:20 AM ET
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By WEE SUI LEE, Associated Press Writer

SINGAPORE - Oil prices topped $58 a barrel Monday for the first time as ministers from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries consulted on a production ceiling increase to ease supply fears.

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Posted: Apr 7 2005, 07:27 AM
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Just wanted to mention how much we've been ripped off with gasoline prices in Australia,

Even though we're signed to OPEC, and produce more oil than we use,
we've been paying through the nose.

During the first Gulf War, opportunistic suppliers jacked the
price up from 42c / litre to 65c and sometimes 70c / litre....

Taking into account exchange rates, it equated to about US $2.40 / gallon in '92

After the war, they only dropped the price about 5c...

Since the Iraq war the price has gone up to $1.07 / litre...
this equates at the current exchange rate to about US $3.70 /gallon

I'm not sure what they're charging at the moment for gas in the US,
but in the past I've noticed it's usually half the price we pay, or less....

Considering we travel much further distances to get anywhere in this country, compared to the US....
it's been a real drain on the budget...especially for country folk

People in the US have been getting cheap gasoline, for a long time....
so don't get too upset at the price hikes...others are much worse off

I know the price discrepancy is probably caused by economy of scale,
and the exhorbitant petrol taxes we pay...but it's still a rip-off to me

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Hoy Ganesh, yes, compared to others in the world, Americans have had it pretty cheap.

It's about $2.24 a gallon on avg here, with highs as much as 2.50 a gallon depending on where you go or where you live here in So Calif.

I say we should be using alternative CLEAN renewable energy instead!

Hemp powered cars - imagine, hemp would produce oxygen and replenish the soil it's grown in... but the Planet Destroyers cannot have that now can THEY?

In Europe, people were using old cooking oil to run their cars (smelled like french fries - hehehe) and that was outlawed.

IMHO, The fricken EVIL beings which rule over us are insane inbred greedy controlling fks who do not care about the future of Earth as THEY will just up and leave once this place is a barren desert like Mars.




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Posted: Jun 20 2005, 12:49 PM
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Imagine if we had cars, trucks and SUVs that got better gas mileage.

Imagine if we had cars, trucks and SUVs that ran on alternate energy sources.

Imagine if we didn't have NASCAR, Grand Prix races, Drag Racing, Boat Racing, Motorcycle Racing or the Military machine (Tanks, HUM VEES, Jets, Helicopters, Ships etc) all wasting tons of fuel for entertainment and mass destruction while poisoning the very air of the Earth.



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Oil Soars To Near $60 A Barrel
By Maryelle Demongeot
6-20-5

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices soared to a record high above $59 a barrel on Monday, extending last week's surge as a threat against Western consulates in OPEC-member Nigeria jolted traders already worried about tight supplies.
 
Oil climbed more than 9 percent, or nearly $5, last week, drawing buying interest from trend-following hedge funds as prices surpassed the previous early April high.
 
U.S. light crude for July delivery hit a front-month record $59.18 per barrel, before paring gains to stand up 59 cents at $59.06 at 0439 GMT.
 
The August contract rose 62 cents to $59.80 a barrel and contracts for the last four months of the year, when oil demand picks up in the northern hemisphere, were all trading above $60.
 
London Brent crude for August jumped 71 cents to $58.47 a barrel, also a front-month peak.
 
Market anxiety over oil exports from producer nations resurfaced on Friday after the United States, Britain and Germany closed their consulates in Nigeria's largest city Lagos due to a threat from foreign Islamic militants.
 
"The market continues to suspect there might be supply disruptions resulting from these issues in Nigeria," said Daniel Hynes, resource analyst at ANZ Institutional Banking.
 
"When you get that occurring during an extremely tight period of strong demand, then prices naturally are going to react very strongly."
 
Nigeria, the world's eighth-largest oil exporter and supplier of about 10 percent of U.S. crude imports, has been named a candidate for "liberation" by Osama bin Laden, who has also threatened Middle East oil installations.
 
POLITICAL RISK
 
An industry survey in Boston last week showed that more than half the respondents considered "political upheaval in a strategic country" as the most likely cause for disruption to oil supply.
 
In Iran, the world's fourth-biggest producer, hard-liner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made a surprisingly strong showing in presidential elections, pitting him against pragmatic cleric and former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani in Friday's run-off.
 
Reformists urged supporters to back Rafsanjani, while hard-liners called for conservatives to support the Tehran mayor. Both received about a fifth of the first-round vote.
 
Below-average U.S. inventories of distillates -- which includes diesel, heating oil and jet fuel -- coupled with robust consumption has heightened worries that refiners will not be able to keep up with demand in the second half of the year.
 
Prices are up 36 percent since January as speculative funds bet strong global economic growth will strain supplies, especially if there are any unexpected disruptions, such as last week's shutdown by Royal Dutch/Shell of a gasoline unit at it's Deer Park, Texas, refinery. The unit may be shut for up to two weeks.
 
DEMAND WORRIES
 
U.S. distillate demand over the past four weeks was 6.5 percent higher than a year earlier, more than twice the growth in gasoline, while Chinese demand should pick up soon as business owners fire up diesel-fueled generators to overcome a power crunch on regional grids.
 
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) last week raised its production ceiling by 500,000 bpd and pledged to put another 500,000 bpd on the market soon if prices remained high, but officials admitted it was unlikely to help.
 
"The fundamental problems with the conditions of the market are related to refinery capacity," Iran's OPEC governor Hossein Kazempour Ardebili said on Saturday.
 
"Because the demand for jet fuel and gasoline has been spurred by the travel season, increasing the OPEC ceiling will not solve any problems."

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It is so obvious that everything in the US government today revolves around OIL.
 
911 was an intentional act carried out by the "elite" bankers and the OIL and weapons interests in America. The oil industrialists have benefited by TRILLIONS of dollars from the OIL in Iraq and the Caspian Sea near Afghanistan; and the war industrialists have benefited by hundreds of billions of US taxpayer dollars from all the warring that 911 gave them the excuse to precipitate. The "elite" bankers are benefiting from all the hundreds of billions of dollars they are loaning the US government, which already has a MULTI-TRILLION dollar debt owed to these bankers, who collect hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars a year in interest alone on all this government debt.
 
At last count, over 40% of the taxes collected in the USA goes towards paying the "elite" bankers just the interest on the US debt owed to them.{Ever wonder why there is NO tax dollars to feed hungry children and adults, or for health care, or for social programs or to build new schools etc.?} Plus the bankers also control the oil and war corporations, who are making these billions of dollars. It should be noted that the Bush family and Cheney et al are wholeheartedly connected to the oil drenched Saudi "royal" family and the oil corporations. The Bush's also are connected to the Carlyle Group, the fifth largest war corporation in the world. This connected group are all one big "happy" MAFIA family. They're all a bunch of killers and gangsters who will kill and destroy anything to satisfy their perverted desires.THEY ARE VERY SICK!
 
The Bush's and the Cheney's {Haliburton Corporation} are making out like the BANDITS that they are. What is going on in Iraq with all those trillions of dollars of oil? Why don't we hear anything about the Iraqi oil being used to help get the price of oil down? In fact how much Iraqi oil is being shipped to the US or anywhere else? Not ONE word about this is in the corporate controlled news media and the brainwashed American People can't even think for themselves to ask these simple questions!
 
Oil is going to keep being the main focal point of the SICK people that control the US government. Oil will most likely go to well over a hundred dollars a barrel. Unfortunately the only way the US citizens will not complain about the HIGH prices of oil to come is that most likely the gangster bankers in Washington and London will get the Bush/Cheney junta to COVERTLY pull off some new fake "terrorist" act against the oil infrastructure. Or maybe they will continue their lying ways and possibly start some bogus war in Iran, which would have an effect on the flow of Iranian oil. They will then have their excuse to raise the price of oil to astronomical new levels, which will help bring about the Global Economic collapse that they are after, in order to bring on the One World Government that they seek. Maybe then you will hear how the Iraqi oil comes to the "rescue" and is sold at the highest prices possible that these CRIMINALS can extract from the People without the People rebelling.
 
What is it going to take to wake up the People of the world community from their daily intense brainwashing so they can see this obvious manipulation that is taking place? How long is it going to take for the People to finally demand and take action to get rid of the GANGSTER ILLUMINATI "TERRORISTS"?
 
WE CAN STOP THEM
 
PEACE
 
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think i can see some in agreement and alignment now, but how does one change, that is the question. i see all kinds of bold assertations, as i feel too, then the ? what to do, anytime i have asked, no answer has been given, just wondering, anyone receiving info.

it does have to stop, i do hope, hoping i am not wrong that at long last some are truely waking up. knowing it seems that tom cruise and water gun hoax is just that we have to worry about the stain of blood on our american soldiers and the iraqis now, more than water guns and hollywood. so much for scientology.

no more jokes by laura b. or bush or chain gang vp, hum, and rummy dummy , they are making out like bandits et al.. the shit is over but how to stop asap????????????????

oh, especially love the texas chain saw masacre stuff and then the nuclear...funny and too think our tax dollars paid to have this scripted, while our soldiers are fighting a war on mass deception without armour will post that article tomorrow ran on recently
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I can't stand those damn noisy, stupid, dirty, annoying, childish motor races on TV and I would never consider living anywhere near a race track or even visiting one on a no sport day (the smell makes me sick)!!!

This isn't meant to be personal, but I get the feeling that someone has been a starry eyed Tom Cruize fan for too long without doing their homework - "Scientology"? Hold two cans in your hands and tell a complete stranger all about your most traumatic experiences so that they can write it in a file and never show it to you (but read it amongst themselves) and charge you hundreds of dollars for the priveledge of destroying your memory networks for fight or flight response then pester you by phone every week asking when you'll be back for more? "So much for Scientology"? That sci-fi psuedo religion that keeps an office empty but perfectly set up in each of its buildings incase the founder L.Ron Hubbard chooses to reincarnate and waltz in asking "Where's my Office and why is this photo of my granddaughter so outdated?"

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(the smell makes me sick)!!!


Me too!
In my entire life I have been to ONE race track - Saugus Speedway in So Calif. and I never went again - the fumes are deadly to me.

My theory is that the NEW arrivals thrive on those carbon gases which is one of the reasons why we are not using clean energy today (greed is the other obvious reason) and continue to wipe out the lungs of the earth (the forests and sea kelp beds) while continuing to burn coal and oil to provide our energy and transportation.

There is an agenda to alter the air of Earth.

Just wait till China and India catch up to the western world in oil and coal consumption. COUGH COUGH!!

When I had concluded that this was happening was when I came under severe mind control attacks and had that religious experience back in 2002.

In 1997, after watching my mother die from Marlboros, a diet of Lays potato chips and hormone pills 2 years prior, I felt myself dying as I also smoked Marlboros. I then switched to NON-Chemical American Spirits and had I not, you probably wouldn't be reading this today.

I tried to get my current neighbors to switch from Marlboros to NON-chemical American Spirits, but had NO idea they were the genetic offspring of one type of the NEW arrivals. I soon found out when they could not handle the NON-Chemical cigarettes.

Fact: There are over 600 chemicals in cigarettes. Now you know why.

Charcoal BBQ, like Kingsford, is also deadly to those who share my bloodlines.

I repeat:

There is an agenda to alter the air of Earth.

Whether it's a good thing or not, time will tell.

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Oil rises above $61 as Saudi king dies
Reuters
August 1, 2005

LONDON - Oil prices climbed above $61 a barrel on Monday after the death of Saudi Arabia's King Fahd, but expectations that the new king would keep oil policy unchanged stemmed the rise.

U.S. light, sweet crude was up 52 cents at $61.09 a barrel after hitting a near three-week high of $61.23.

The price has risen 40 percent this year and is just over a dollar below the record high of $62.10 hit on July 7.

King Fahd died in hospital on Monday and will be succeeded by Crown Prince Abdullah, his half-brother who has been the de-facto ruler of Saudi Arabia since Fahd suffered a stroke in 1995.

Abdullah is expected to adhere to Saudi Arabia's long-standing oil policy aimed at ensuring global markets are well supplied, a Saudi source said on Monday.

"I am sure nothing will change regarding Saudi Arabia's oil policy," the Saudi source told Reuters.

Analysts also saw any changes in Saudi policy as unlikely, and expected the price impact to be minimal.

"It's not going to have a great deal of effect because Crown Prince Abdullah has been effectively running the country for several years," said Geoff Pyne, Energy Consultant to Standard Bank. [...]

REFINERIES UNDER STRAIN

Before the news of Fahd's death, prices had risen on Monday after a spate of refinery problems in the United States resurrected concerns about meeting strong fuel demand.

BP added to the anxiety at the weekend by shutting a gasoline-producing unit at its giant Texas City refinery -- the third-largest in the U.S. and source of 3 percent of its gasoline -- for maintenance, a regulatory filing showed.

It was unclear whether or not the shutdown was related to a Thursday night fire in a secondary unit that BP had said reduced the plant's overall gasoline production by 35,000 bpd.

That fire came four months after an explosion at the plant killed 15 workers, highlighting the rising risks to operations as refiners attempt to run flat-out to satisfy rising demand. [...]

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I see the goal here...

The criminals, liars and deceivers are trying to make the public think that if we invade Iran and steal their oil it will make prices go down.

I see oil easily going over $80 a barrel and up to $100 if the criminals remain in power.

Imagine the world we could have if the greedy cruel ones didn't rule our lives.

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Oil at record streak on US economy, Iran
By Felicia Loo
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August 12, 2005

SINGAPORE - Oil prices hit a fifth consecutive record high on Friday, topping $66 a barrel as robust U.S. economic growth keeps refiners straining to meet demand and friction over Iran's nuclear program jangles nerves.

U.S. light sweet crude for September delivery charged to an all-time high of $66.13 a barrel, up 33 cents in early European trade.

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According to Jim Turner (and one other reporter whose name escapes me) who covers the Bilderberger meetings, we'll be looking at $150/barrel oil.

Peak oil, IMHO, is a manufactured shortage. According to many sources, there are supposed to be fields of oil in the Gulf and up in Alaska that could provide America's energy needs for hundreds of years -- each!!

Yes, there are many alternative energy sources that we should be using.

Just realize that a big part of their KONTROL comes from making us think that there is just not enough to go around. Oil, food, water, diamonds, you-name-it.


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Hello ~ We need more alternate ways of energy, however, they are not going to do these things. Honda is ahead of the game with the hybrid cars (which is what I am thinking about getting) and put them out on the market. (I hope saturn come out with them also I am willing to trade gas guzzler in).

1) There are too many politicians and government that is making money off of energy that is a non-renewable resource. In the distant future, there will not BE ANY to go around. The economy is not strong enough to support the rising in cost of living, let alone driving to work. That is why they will not support alternative energy yet. It is sunny in the southwest 365 days of the year. Why are they not using solar energy? COST. They complain and say that it costs too much to put solar panels and switch from electricity in houses and cars to solar. I have done research on this, and yes, it is costly, but worth it in the long run. More jobs will be created and employment also for people to switch homes to using solar.

What if you don't pay electric bill? What can they do? Cut off the sun? No. There will be another way to make it a pain in the but to use. There is always some excuse, so what is everyone doing? Nothing but complain about the rise in gas prices.

2) There is a movement here to get solar energy installed in a lot of houses. Sorry apartment folks, you will suffer more in the cost of rent. If the bill passes, people will get $1000 for installing solar panels.

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