This article is more cruel and sarcastic than a good 007 movie from James Bond. In reality it seems that the (secret) reserves of oil and gas in Greece are the ones in the crosshairs of the global Power Elite and have to be stolen from the Greek people.
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What can we expect to happen in the world in the next twelve months?
In order for me to answer this question, let me give some background, so that you will understand the rest of the story. The year was 1984. I was in my house, in Kasilof, Alaska, where I was living at the time. The phone rang. On the other end of the phone was an Oil Company official.
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- The Euro will colapse a few weeks before the dollar
- a new world currency will be presented to accoomplish the wishes of the elite
- USA reduced to the status of a 3rd world country
- Double crossing of the Arab countries started in 1977
- China will not be affected by the rising cost of crude oil because they have agreement with Russsia
How the owner of the exploded oil rig has made $270 million off the disaster, and nine other shocking, depressing facts about the oil spill.
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USA: Here’s an example of a regulatory agency serving the industry not lthe people | 16Ago2010 19:02:47
US: Public meeting is held to hear complaints about groundwater toxicity from chemicals used in nearby gas wells. Oil companies are exempted from environmental regulations based on a 2005 EPA report that said these chemicals had no negative impact on groundwater. This is known as the "Halliburton Loophole." An EPA whistleblower who attended this meeting said the report was "scientifically unsound." There are publicly available studies documenting more than 1000 cases of groundwater contamination. [Here is another classic example of government agencies serving the very industries they are supposed to regulate.]
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The federal agency responsible for ensuring that an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico was operating safely before it exploded last month fell well short of its own policy that inspections be done at least once per month, an Associated Press investigation shows.
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