Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Russia, oil and simplicity..

No pictures today. Mark this, my words as repeated concerning a radio show I heard today, the twenty ninth day of July, 2008. The guest, a man who worked in the oil fields in Alaska up to the position of director, mentioned today that he has been warned about what he can and can't say - or else.

Apparently the world oil barons let info come in and out, ebb and flow, but there are other times when they put their foot down on some of their old friends and loyal employees. Today's discussion was interesting because the gentleman claimed that there would be a sharp drop in price in oil over the next couple months. The reason would be because the oil fields in Russia and Indonesia are going to be open for business at that time.

No more Arab stranglehold on oil. This will be a move by Big Oil to take down the Arab nations and turn that power over to Russia and other countries who are currently coming into second with the US. And currently, the world's reserve currency is the dollar - if this oil production move happens, that will change and the US dollar will be worth much less than it is now - which currently is trading $1.57 to the euro.

Who knows what will happen, but I'm betting that this price drop and flood of oil to the market is coming. It makes sense... and the ongoing attack of the world corporate order will continue until the US is a second or third world country. Its coming... we can see it, America is being sold off piece by piece. Its sad but its something that's been happening for a long time now.

This process is kind of like using credit cards... for a while, everything's fine but after time, as the balance reaches the limit, things get sketchy. That's what's happening to America now. No one wants to work. Everyone wants to be an instant millionaire. That's not going to happen, and those who depend on corporations will soon be sadly disappointed.

Back to the old way of life. Horse and plow, growing our own food, appreciating the sunrise and sunset. Back to the basics. Simplicity is amazing... and very satisfying - to me anyway.

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