SimonTV Posted August 11, 2021 Author Share Posted August 11, 2021 10 hours ago, zarkov said: It also seems to me that the script that western culture has followed over the past few century's has intentionally invoked and directed these wasteful polluting unhygienic and unhealthy practices in abundance throughout the developed world for the purpose of precisely the claim you posit in mind. i.e. this was pre-planned long ago as was the resulting polemical discourse more precisely the industrial revolution was allowed because it would be a self defeating venture of consumerism and waste of industrial proportion and easy to assign mankind the badge of monster. If the impact of the psychopathic globalist parasites were removed from the equation I'm sure the landscape would look & be entirely different. We also have a human centric overview of matters of impact and bias can also significantly distort our perception. I'm not arguing either way merely stating fact. In terms of population I do not believe the statistics that emerge from the industrial military complex. We do know the state as part of the globalist agenda deceive completely in every aspect of culture. In terms of oil supply I recall reading there were 400 yrs of proven reserves at current consumption rate, but that was over a decade ago from industry media sources. That's the conventional view but it seems to be a bit of a crock too and I find myself agreeing with rationale associated with Russian abiotic oil theory and not with consensus and politics. https://www.gasresources.net/ https://www.newhumannewearthcommunities.com/what-is-hidden-is-reveled/oil-is-not-a-fossil-fuel-the-real-science-of-abiotic-oil-and-serpentinization https://www.csun.edu/~vcgeo005/Energy.html https://joedubs.com/abiotic-fossil-fuel/ https://rense.com/general67/oils.htm https://freerepublic.com/focus/bloggers/2482838/posts The entire scarcity and fear meme continues I am surprised that I have not heard of this abiotic oil theory. I will look in to it. They killed millions of whales for fuel and got mega rich in the process and didn't seem to care about the environment then. Now that they have made their billions they suggest the rest of the people in the world don't deserve to consume or become as wealthy as their forefather once did. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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