Bring on fracking

Ah, but we have friends in Washington

Ah, but we have friends in Washington

OPEC takes in $1 trillion this year on oil revenues.

Muslim extremism on the rise in Africa. Wahabi schools funded by Saudis preach violence against non-believers.

Saudis fret as shale oil threatens monopoly, revenues.

Somewhere there’s an answer hidden in here – can you find it?


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7 responses to “Bring on fracking

  1. Carbon hating NGOs with an agenda: POWER to TAX.

  2. Anonymous

    The Prince looks like he got fashion advice from Michael Jackson and Saddam Hussein.

  3. AJ

    It’s all part of an agenda of which fracking is only a small part of a solution (google hemp fuel). More problem, reaction (the public demands action), solution (of course they have one — that’s why they created the problem).

    ‘Council on Foreign Relations Plan for Global Governance in 2013’
    “…To understand how crisis managers like the CFR operate, we must look at their false premises. Every single point that they cite as an urgent need for reform was created well in advance, so that they could hold conferences offering wide-ranging solutions…”

    Or in creating the narrative which is to exclude all others, for example:

    “On Sunday December 17, 2012, 2 days after the CT shooting, a man went to a restaurant in San Antonio to kill his X-girlfriend. After he shot her, most of the people in the restaurant fled next door to a theater. The gunman followed them and entered the theater so he could shoot more people. He started shooting and people in the theater started running and screaming. It’s like the Aurora, CO theater story plus a restaurant!

    Now aren’t you wondering why this isn’t a lead story in the national media along with the school shooting?

    There was an off duty county deputy at the theater. SHE pulled out her gun and shot the man 4 times before he had a chance to kill anyone…”

  4. Mr. Independent

    No fair. Congress & O think it;s a trick question.

  5. Decades ago I worked for one of the then major US oil companies who were required by the Saudi’s to supply engineers and technical staff to Saudi Aramco, the state owned oil company. All of the important jobs at Aramco were done by foreigners. The Saudis who worked there all had patronage jobs, strolled in around 11:00, worked the phones looking for kickbacks or more patronage jobs for their relatives, had lunch and then left for the day.

    If the Saudis ever have to actually compete, or if the supply of foreigners dries up the industry there will collapse.

  6. Libertarian Advocate

    Chris: I’ll take shale oil production for $10,000,000,000,000.

  7. Here’s another look at our allies the House of Saud, not flattering. But on point and funny.