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The Truth Behind The Oil Crisis

Posted by on May 14, 2008

I’m not usually a conspiracy theory kind of guy, but sometimes a guy comes along with a delivery and a message that’s just so compelling that you want to share it.

Lindsey Williams is the author of the book “The Energy Non-Crisis“, and he seems to have been an inadvertent insider, of sorts, on some of the conversations about oil and it’s future way back in the early 70’s, around the time that the Alaskan pipeline was just starting to make a name for itself. He’s a former preacher who undertook a goal of becoming a counselor for the men who worked on the pipeline, and was invited to become a non paid board member, where he heard some of the most amazing stuff. It bothered him greatly, and thus he’s made it his crusade to tell the world, or at least the United States, what’s going on, and offers his own opinion as to what needs to be done about it, but why it won’t be done.

I was fascinated by it, and I have to admit that parts of it are hard to swallow. But he’s got some proof, and that’s more than most conspiracy theorists have, so everyone can watch this and make up their own minds. It’s kind of long, so either watch it in chunks, or watch just the first five minutes and make a decision off that. But if you actually make it through the whole thing, well, it will give you lots of stuff to think about.

As a teaser, there’s supposedly a good chance that, before it’s all over, we could see gas prices between $6 and $8 a gallon; that’s worth watching this bad boy.

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Courtenay Barnett:

Oil, conflict and the future of global energy supplies

by Courtenay Barnett

Global Research, January 22, 2006

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“…I knew that I could not ever again raise my voice against the violence of the oppressed in the ghettos without having first spoken clearly to the greater purveyor of violence in the world: my own government.” Martin Luther King in his “Beyond Vietnam” April 4, 1967 speech.

The Bush administration has chosen the path of unending war (not so much against terrorism) but by pursuing a path of energy acquisition reliant on aggression that stirs global reactions that lead to terrorism.

Simple fact about oil:

Fossil-based fuel is the world’s main source of energy, but an increasing source of global conflict.

This article posits two main assumptions: (i) that global “peak oil” is fast approaching its optimum level, and (ii) that the Bush administration’s jingoism is directly correlated to US efforts at dominance over strategic oil supplies.

May 24th, 2008 | 9:34 PM

Thanks for the article, Courtenay. I truncated it and put a link to the rest of the article instead, as it was a bit long for just a comment. I hope people go to read it; fascinating stuff.

May 25th, 2008 | 9:09 PM
Courtenay Barnett:

Actually the truth Mitch, and not just because I wrote it – but what is to be done next – that is the challenge for all of us.

May 26th, 2008 | 7:22 AM

That’s true, Courtenay. Thing is, if the people who are in power are the ones who are also behind it, not much I’m afraid.

May 26th, 2008 | 9:08 AM
Courtenay Barnett:

Another 1776 option here then?Or 1939?

May 26th, 2008 | 9:38 AM