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vendredi 8 juin 2007

Pétrole - Manipulations/ Puissants intérêts/ Faits à connaître




Pétrole - Manipulations/ Puissants intérêts/ Faits à connaître


Vous pensiez que les compagnies pétrolières était un cartel organisé qui jouent avec les prix du pétrole en montant les prix artificiellement pour des raisons bidons juste pour faire plus de profits? (Exxon Mobile a déclaré 39.5 milliards$ l'an passé) Vous aviez raison, et les évidences sont là. Lisez justes les deux premiers articles à ce sujet. Comprenons de nouveau pourquoi et comment des cartels et monopoles, les concentrations de pouvoir, sont contre l'intérêt de la population. Cette situation nous concerne directement au Canada et aux USA, où Bush veut empêcher des enquêtes sur les manipulations criminelles du prix du pétrole par les compagnies pétrolières.


Ensuite il y a le mouvement de domino qui est enclenché dans plusieurs pays déjà de laisser tomber le dollard US pour la vente du pétrole, ce qui va juste accélérer la chute de la devise américaine qui est déjà en chute libre. Regardez la valeur du dollard canadien juste pour voir!


Le pétrole est un des intérêt les plus puissant dans le monde, et des guerres sont enclenchées pour ce motif. Consulter les articles incroyables sur la législation iraquienne que les américains veulent passer à la face du peuple iraquiens, une tentative de mettre sur la main le pétrole iraquiens pour les décennies à venir. Un vol en plein jour. Des centaines de milliers de morts, blessés et déplacés pour satisfaire la vanité des compagnies pétrolières.


Il ne faut pas manquer les articles sur le président russe qui subit d' énormes pression par les occidentaux. Une seconde guerre froide se profile à l'horizon. Grace au pétrole et le prix élevé auquel il se vend, la Russie s'est repositionné comme joueur majeur sur la scène internationale. L'autre concerne les navires de guerre US qui sont autour de l'Arabie Saoudite, ce qui les rend pas mal nerveux.


SVP, une autre chose importante à comprendre c'est que le pétrole dit "écologique", à l'éthanol, pollue plus en énergie pour le produire et aussi en détruisant des récoltes commestibles, que le pétrole ordinaire. Ceci est une totale fausse solution écologique qui fait plus de tord que de bien, car en plus des problèmes mentionnés, ça eu effet de faire monter les prix du maïs jusqu'à 85% en amérique centrale, ruinant beaucoup de gens au passage et affectant leur vie puisque que le maïs est au coeur de leur cuisine et alimentation. Des gens et fermiers se retrouvent sans maïs ou argent parce qu'on veut produire de l'essence qui en fin de compte pollue plus que l'ordinaire.


Voyez comment les compagnies pétrolières manipulent et n'hésitent pas à utiliser la criminalité pour parvenir à leurs buts. Tout les trucs sont bons. On a vraiment pas affaire à des saints. D'ailleur, il y a un très intéressant article qui montre une ligne de temps historique de l'Afghanistan et des manipulations politiques et militaires par les pétrolières, et comprenez comment ils gèrent des pays entiers et les soumettent à leurs diktats. Et n'oublions pas que nos chers banquiers internationaux sont mêlés à tout ce traffic sale. Observez bien aussi comment le gouvernement US est composé et contrôlé par des gens ayant des intérêts direct dans le pérole. Bush, Cheney, Rice etc. C'est ça le fachisme: la combinaison des corporations (secteur financier) avec le gouvernement, qui finissent par avoir des intérêts communs ou parralèle complémentaires.


C'est ce qu'on vit maintenant. Ouvrons nos yeux, l'histoire se répète....



Canadians being gouged at gasoline pumps: think tank group


Pétrole: Une escroquerie raffinée


LE PRIX DES PRODUITS PÉTROLIERS EXPLOSE, et les pétrolières blâment la météo, quand ce n’est pas la Chine. Katrina, Rita et les Chinois ont bon dos. L’augmentation récente du coût de l’essence n’a rien à voir, ou si peu, avec les dommages causés par les ouragans récents dans le Golfe du Mexique.

Les grandes pétrolières ont profité des événements pour déclencher une crise du pétrole planifiée de longue date. De la même manière que les Bushistes se sont servi des attentats terroristes du 11 septembre 2001 pour se lancer à la conquête de l’Irak, une guerre coloniale désirée depuis des années.

La Commission fédérale du Commerce des États-Unis (Federal Trade Commission) vient d’ouvrir une enquête pour savoir si les compagnies pétrolières se sont concertées afin de réduire leurs capacités de raffinage pour augmenter leurs marges de profits (Reuters 21-9). Le premier septembre dernier, la Fondation pour la défense des droits des contribuables et des consommateurs (Foundation for Taxpayers & Consumers Rights) de Santa Monica (Californie) publiait une étude démontrant que, sur un total de 65 cents d’augmentation du prix du gallon d’essence à la pompe entre le 17 janvier et le 18 avril 2005, 61 cents étaient allés aux raffineurs. L’association californienne de protection des consommateurs a aussi publié sur son site Internet, des mémos internes de Chevron, Mobil et Texaco datant de 1996, suggérant fortement que ces compagnies ont volontairement diminué leurs capacités de raffinage et leurs stocks de produits raffinés pour augmenter leurs profits, et pour faire « assouplir » les lois environnementales les concernant (www.consumerwatchdog.org).


Gulf economies to 'drop the dollar'


China shifts to euros for Iran oil


And just how well will China receive a disruption in their oil supply, courtesy of a US/UK/ Israeli military strike on Iran?


Iran planning to stop using U.S. dollar to price oil, central bank governor says


Iran is planning to stop using the U.S. dollar to price oil, with less than half of its oil income now paid in the U.S. currency, Iran's central bank governor said.


Errie timing on this: it was just after the late Saddam Hussein made such a statement that the US invaded Iraq.


Warships deploy around S. Arabia oil facilities


If I were the Saudis, I would NOT be very happy about this.


Putin Gets Mugged in Finland


L’internacionalisation du génocide


Bien que son visiteur brésilien l’ait pressé au sujet de dispositions tarifaires et des subventions qui protégent et étayent la production étasunienne d’éthanol, Bush n’a pas fait la moindre concession à Camp David.

Le président Lula a attribué cette fin de non-recevoir à la hausse des cours du maïs qui a été, selon lui, de plus de 85 p. 100

Un peu avant, la principale autorité brésilienne avait exposé dans The Washington Post l’idée de convertir les aliments en carburant.


Cornell ecologist's study finds that producing ethanol and biodiesel from corn and other crops is not worth the energy


Turning plants such as corn, soybeans and sunflowers into fuel uses much more energy than the resulting ethanol or biodiesel generates, according to a new Cornell University and University of California-Berkeley study.


This is an excellent example of how the Global Warming cult races headlong into advocating actions without fully understanding the implications of what it is they are talking about. All these plant conversion techniques being "sold" by the cult actually use up MORE fossil fuel than the final product replaces, i.e. every ten gallons of ethanol produced takes 13 gallons of fossil fuel to manufacture.


A TIMELINE OF OIL AND VIOLENCE

AFGHANISTAN


Bush threatens veto of anti-gouging bill


"If we don't allow the oil companies to rape the American driver, it sends a message to the terrorists that we are weak!" -- Official White Horse Souse


Bush's Petro-Cartel Almost Has Iraq's Oil


Even as Iraq verges on splintering into a sectarian civil war, four big oil companies are on the verge of locking up its massive, profitable reserves, known to everyone in the petroleum industry as "the prize."


Scramble for Iraq's oil begins as troops start to pull outt


Even while the security situation in Iraq remains dire, it seems the prize will be just too great for the oil majors to resist. The country has proven reserves of 115 billion barrels of oil, around the same as Iran, but it is thought that its actual reserves could be anywhere up to 300 billion barrels - which would make it bigger than Saudi Arabia. Much of the west of Iraq remains unexplored.


It's crystal clear that American kids have fought, gotten maimed, and died....so that major oil companies could get their share of Iraqi oil.


Iraq: Bush has a plan, and it's working


So, as this article points out, even though this 'plan' is sick, twisted, and demonstrates utter contempt to the human cost, Bush supporters (read: those folks with the money to acquire "assets" in high office) must think things are going brilliantly.

And for certain oil and defense segments of the economy, that's entirely correct.


Asia Times Online columnist Spengler has pointed out that chaos is probably the best option for the Bush administration, not only in Iraq but in the region (see How I learned to stop worrying and love chaos, March 14, 2006, and Mistah Kurtz, he clueless, May 11, 2004). And a strategy of fomenting chaos makes perfect sense in a twisted sort of way: a stable, autonomous Iraq means oil will be pumped, bringing down international crude prices, and that's the last thing the Bush administration's backers want.

Who are the administration's backers, and who has a hotline to the presidency, via Vice President Dick Cheney? Big Oil. Consider these well-known facts:

Cheney was formerly chief executive officer of oil-services company Halliburton, which, incidentally, was found by a 2003 Pentagon audit to have overcharged the US government by US$61 million for delivering gasoline to Iraq.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice sat on Chevron's board of directors from 1991 to 2001, and Chevron named an oil tanker after her.

James A Baker III, secretary of state for Bush's father and now "fixer" for the Bush family, has been appointed co-chair of the Iraq Study Group, charged with advising Bush Jr on future Iraq policy. His law firm, Baker Botts, was ranked by Who's Who Legal last year as "Global Oil and Gas Law Firm of the Year". His clients include the royal family of Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries kingpin Saudi Arabia.

Bush himself was a Texas oilman, though not a very successful one. Ever heard of Bush's company, Arbusto? Probably not. Arbusto was going busto before it eventually ended up in the hands of Harken Energy in 1986. Harken gave Bush a seat on the board, some stock options and a $120,000 consulting contract. The energy industry pumped $2.8 million into Bush's 2000 campaign.

Consider too that oil-industry behemoth ExxonMobil this week announced third-quarter earnings of $10.49 billion, largely on the backs of US consumers paying high prices for oil. This is the second-biggest quarterly profit ever recorded by a publicly traded US company.


ExxonMobil Sets Record for Annual U.S. Company Profit, at $39.5 Billion


That works out to about $13,000,000.00 per dead American kid.


Exxon posts second-biggest profit ever


U.S. Interests in the Central Asian Republics


Hookers, spies, cases full of dollars...how BP spent £45m to win 'Wild East' oil rights


GLEN OWEN
UK Daily Mail
Sunday May 13, 2007


Comment: This story appeared early today on the Daily Mail website. It has since been pulled without explanation. If correct, this story could bring down the entire British government which is probably why it was immediately subject to a D notice - a British government order to censor a story. Look out for a big story on this tomorrow.


BP executives working for Lord Browne spent millions of pounds on champagne-fuelled sex parties to help secure lucrative international oil contracts.

The company also worked with MI6 to help bring about changes in foreign governments, according to an astonishing account of life inside the oil giant.

Les Abrahams, who led BP's successful bid for a multi-million-pound deal with one of the former Soviet republics, today claims that Browne - who was forced to resign as chief executive last month after the collapse of legal proceedings against The Mail on Sunday - presided over an "anything goes" regime of sexual licence, spying and financial sweeteners.


From ethical champion to rogue interloper - BP's American nightmare

Accidents and allegations of market fixing destroy environmentalist image


BP's tie-up with its United States rival Amoco was supposed to create an ethical champion at the top of the global oil industry. Negotiated by Lord Browne over a bottle of Puligny-Montrachet in a London restaurant, it was one of the biggest mergers in history. But eight years on, BP's US arm is becoming America's most accident-prone business.

Federal regulators have accused BP of price gouging. Its corroded pipelines have been leaking in Alaska. A BP oil spill has polluted the coast of California. Civil rights activists are picketing its petrol stations.


To cap it all, a young woman, Eva Rowe, has forced a humbling apology from the company for shocking safety lapses that caused its Texas City oil refinery to explode last year, killing her parents and 13 other people. BP's yellow sunburst logo and its eco-friendly "Beyond Petroleum" slogan, which once won cautious admiration even from the green lobby, now leave a sour taste in the mouths of many Americans. BP's public image is at rock bottom and the company is seen by some as a rogue foreign interloper.



Blair hails 'transformed' relations with Libya at start of Africa tour


Tripoli announced ahead of the premier's arrival that it will sign a 900-million-dollar exploration deal with British energy giant BP, which would mark the company's return to Libya after a 33-year absence.


Translation: the "completely transformed" relationship between the UK and Libya is all about the oil, and the BP deal.


State makes big fuss over local couple's vegetable oil car fuel


Wetzel uses recycled vegetable oil, which he picks up weekly from an organization that uses it for frying food at its dining facility.

"They told me I am required to have a license and am obligated to pay a motor fuel tax," David Wetzel recalled. "Mr. May also told me the tax would be retroactive."

Since the initial visit by the agents on Jan. 4, the Wetzels have been involved in a struggle with the Illinois Department of Revenue. The couple, who live on a fixed budget, have been asked to post a $2,500 bond and threatened with felony charges.


Category: DICTATORSHIP

I love it: these folks went "off the petroleum grid", so get hit for unpaid taxes by the State of Illinois!


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