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1 minute ago, Messenger said:

 I'm talking about how we must ween ourselves off of gasoline/oil

 

you do that through localism and self-sufficiency

 

If you grow and buy local then you aren't burning as much petrol to get what you need

 

The biggest guzzlers of oil are the container ships which drive globalism. Globalism seeks to move things all around the world. Its the opposite of localism

 

So if you want less oil burned then you need less things moved around and you do that through localism and self-sufficiency and that would mean adapting back to a more regional and seasonal diet....which is not necessarily a bad thing imo as it puts you back into synch with your surroundings and with nature

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2 minutes ago, Messenger said:

Yeah it is a shitty situation, the vaccine thing and Trump saying that he will use the military to get it done.

 

Harris is another sell out, if she doesn't get in it might be that Cortez lady, who seems to be a complete nit wit.

 

what's just as likely is that the losing side doesn't accept the verdict leading to a drawn out dispute which of course would mean more blood on the streets as the democrats encourage their antifa/BLM attack dogs and the republicans respond in kind eg the proud boys

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17 hours ago, oz93666 said:

 

They maybe watching M , but unless we invite them to participate and give clear instructions about how we wish them to participate , then watch is all they'll do ...

 

I've become convinced of this ... It's a freewill Universe , if we don't call for help , it's taken that we are happy to tackle things on out own ....

 

We are informed we cannot beat this on our own ... the malevolent ET's in the shadows who direct the cabal have millions of years of experience  in controlling civilizations on other planets .. We have to call on Devine assistance to heal them and send them on their way ...

 

It's all spelt out here ... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg18_LahHDHQZi7LYGbkS3Q

I am well aware of that Oz. People should continue to pray but also continue to take action as their inner voice/higher self instructs them. There is divine intervention happening all the time.

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4 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

you do that through localism and self-sufficiency

 

If you grow and buy local then you aren't burning as much petrol to get what you need

 

The biggest guzzlers of oil are the container ships which drive globalism. Globalism seeks to move things all around the world. Its the opposite of localism

 

So if you want less oil burned then you need less things moved around and you do that through localism and self-sufficiency and that would mean adapting back to a more regional and seasonal diet....which is not necessarily a bad thing imo as it puts you back into synch with your surroundings and with nature

Exactly, and this is why I advocate for people to unite and start growing food, build huge gardens and plant lots of fruit and nut-bearing trees, this way people can walk right our their door and have food. No more of this shipping in pears from Argentina nonsense. If the US government have time travel capability (Philadelphia experiment) then they can full well build massive greenhouses in the midwest to grow avocados so we don't have to truck them in from Mexico. We need massive changes to take place here on Earth and it really needs to begin with our energy consumption and our agriculture system.

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8 minutes ago, Messenger said:

Exactly, and this is why I advocate for people to unite and start growing food, build huge gardens and plant lots of fruit and nut-bearing trees, this way people can walk right our their door and have food. No more of this shipping in pears from Argentina nonsense. If the US government have time travel capability (Philadelphia experiment) then they can full well build massive greenhouses in the midwest to grow avocados so we don't have to truck them in from Mexico. We need massive changes to take place here on Earth and it really needs to begin with our energy consumption and our agriculture system.

 

I'm down with that

 

The problem is that the cabal are hellbent on gaining greater central control over us so lets say that you and me started our community gardening cooperative and managed to make enough for ourselves and maybe some others too. the central authorities will simply come in and under some law for example based on UN codex alimentarius declare that our garden is not 'licensed' and therefore must be shut down and destroyed

 

We will not be free to be what we want to be until their mission ends because they will not allow anything on this green earth to operate that is outside of their control

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

If you grow and buy local then you aren't burning as much petrol to get what you need

 

The biggest guzzlers of oil are the container ships which drive globalism.

 

 @Messenger

 

It is essential that we burn more oil .... Oil is made from plankton that died 100million years ago and this locked up the carbon dioxide that was in the atmosphere back then ... we must burn it and return it to the atmosphere ...Carbon Dioxide drives the biosphere and the level determines how well plants and plankton grow !! 

 

Global-Temperature-and-CO2-levels-over-6th?id=OIP.UwHuUCEcfqjcjzbvt3Lj_wHaGI&pid

 

Look at this graph! Millions of years ago carbon dioxide levels were 40 times higher than today ... as a result all life exploded on land , and seas were thick with plankton supporting 100,000s of wales and other sea life ...

 

You reduce CO2 and you reduce plant life and the animals that feed on it ...

 

The controllers are Satanists and hate life and want to end it on the Planet hence the war on CO2 ! 

 

So in cities we should have electric cars , the oil can be burnt to produce electricity , cleanly ... essential we return this stored CO2 to the biosphere 

 

David Icke understands this and has said often there 's nothing wrong with CO2 

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On 9/22/2020 at 5:40 PM, Someone2630 said:

I was looking at the Worldometer just now. The only country that has a big death rate in the Middle East is India.

 

Now, I had the misfortune to have to go there on a business trip for the company that I was working for. From the moment we stepped of the plane, all I could smell was human faeces. The Ganges is full of filth and dead bodies, there is human excrement on the streets. I've been to a lot of paces, by India was the filthiest I have ever visited. We were only there for three days, but we all developed dysentery. 

 

Now when you consider that in these times of "the deadliest virus ever known to man", EVERY death is Covid-19 and I'm really not surprised that India has a high death rate. 

 

Here is an extract from https://www.planetcustodian.com/over-50-scary-images-depicting-filth-of-varanasi-and-river-ganges-that-went-viral-in-china/8134/

But India and Indians are ridiculed and embarrassed by other nations for its filth and religious hypocrisy. The River Ganges is considered the holiest river for Hindus, and also the most polluted. Despite being so sacred, there is nothing that is not dumped into the river.

 

Raw sewage, plastic bags and bottles, industrial effluents, human waste, the chemical from tanneries, discarded idols, cow dung, partially cremated corpses, flower-garlands, human remains, animal carcasses, butcher’s offal, chemical dyes from sari factories and construction waste, everything ends up in River Ganges. Daily, people defecate on the banks of this sacred river, while many others come a long way to take a bath in the same water.

 

The condition hasn’t changed much in 2015. In January 2015, more than 100 corpses, including children, were found washed up in shallow tributary of the River Ganges. The bodies were decaying and dogs and birds could be seen feeding on them. About 102 bodies were spotted near the village Pariyar, in Uttar Pradesh.

 

 

River Ganges.jpg

 

So you spent 3 full days and nights in India then decided it was a complete shithole, did you? Dear oh dear. I've never been to India, but during the summer of 1990 I did become sexually involved with a skinny, yet beautiful young Indian lass named Sumara. Our relationship was turbulant, volatile and deeply erotic. A bit like Fred and Rose West but without all the badness. Anyway, one night during a particularly theatrical bout of intercourse, I ran full pelt towards Sumaras puny frame with my plonker propelling mid air like some sort of salacious Bollywood whirlwind. She looked terrified at first but her horror quickly dissolved into pure ecstasy as I feasted on her naked flesh like some sort of rampant Bengal sex tiger. What Sumara didn’t know, however, was that the previous evening I had sat down with a chilled glass of Pimms to watch India play a cricket match on the television. And that during the match a teenage boy by the name of Sachin Tendulka scored over 100 runs for India without being given out, before running towards the camera and jigging his humongous junk into the lens of a billion smiling Indian faces. It was an instantly iconic moment, and one that I knew would inspire me the following night in the bedroom as I made sweet, sweet love to my brittle Indian mistress. Because India has the power to do that to a man. She has the power to alleviate boredom in the bedroom. And the power to completely reinvent ones approach to interracial lovemaking. Dismissing her simply because she produces smells that would make a pig retch is nothing short of disgraceful imo. I suggest you think again.

 

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1 hour ago, Albion said:

 

So you spent 3 full days and nights in India then decided it was a complete shithole, did you? Dear oh dear. I've never been to India, but during the summer of 1990 I did become sexually involved with a skinny, yet beautiful young Indian lass named Sumara. Our relationship was turbulant, volatile and deeply erotic. A bit like Fred and Rose West but without all the badness. Anyway, one night during a particularly theatrical bout of intercourse, I ran full pelt towards Sumaras puny frame with my plonker propelling mid air like some sort of salacious Bollywood whirlwind. She looked terrified at first but her horror quickly dissolved into pure ecstasy as I feasted on her naked flesh like some sort of rampant Bengal sex tiger. What Sumara didn’t know, however, was that the previous evening I had sat down with a chilled glass of Pimms to watch India play a cricket match on the television. And that during the match a teenage boy by the name of Sachin Tendulka scored over 100 runs for India without being given out, before running towards the camera and jigging his humongous junk into the lens of a billion smiling Indian faces. It was an instantly iconic moment, and one that I knew would inspire me the following night in the bedroom as I made sweet, sweet love to my brittle Indian mistress. Because India has the power to do that to a man. She has the power to alleviate boredom in the bedroom. And the power to completely reinvent ones approach to interracial lovemaking. Dismissing her simply because she produces smells that would make a pig retch is nothing short of disgraceful imo. I suggest you think again.

 

Oh, well done lad. You are being a very good little sheep and doing exactly what your masters want you to do.

 

Embrace multiculturalism with both arms and jiggle your junk into whatever you want - as long as it isn't White. Now you have PROVED that you aren't a racist. Well done, lad. Now you're Woke. Doesn't it make you feel good?

 

You can stick your plonker into whatever you like, it's entirely your problem. Go for 11 half-breed kids as well. Enjoy! Move to India and revel in that sweet smell.

 

Me, I'll pass. I like bacon, but I'm not into fucking the animals that produce it!

 

 

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3 hours ago, Someone2630 said:

Oh, well done lad. You are being a very good little sheep and doing exactly what your masters want you to do.

 

Embrace multiculturalism with both arms and jiggle your junk into whatever you want - as long as it isn't White. Now you have PROVED that you aren't a racist. Well done, lad. Now you're Woke. Doesn't it make you feel good?

 

You can stick your plonker into whatever you like, it's entirely your problem. Go for 11 half-breed kids as well. Enjoy! Move to India and revel in that sweet smell.

 

Me, I'll pass. I like bacon, but I'm not into fucking the animals that produce it!

 

 

 

You sound like you have a grudge against Indians, mate. But we all have them, I guess. The first grudge I can remember having as was in the mild summer of 1986 with a shopkeeper named Nanda Patel. Nanda caught me off guard in his shop one afternoon, and attempted to smear my reputation after catching me in the midst of one of my hazy daydreams. One in which I was holding, and rubbing, one of his particularly shiny purple aubergines. Anyway, Nanda suddenly told everyone in his pokey little establishment to stop what they were doing, and look in my direction. “Takey lookey at this little puffy.” he shouted, “He’s pretending that aubergine is a biggy blacky willy." As chunks of bhaji coated saliva began flying around the room with laughter, I wanted to die. And to be fair, I was thinking about roughly that. But it still cut me deep. Anyway, that's all in the past now. I'm more of a forgiving individual these days, and much of that is down to the teachings of the wonderful Chief Fortuity, of the Safi Tribe in Moss Side, Manchester. Do you have any grudges against Africans?

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1 hour ago, Albion said:

 

You sound like you have a grudge against Indians, mate. But we all have them, I guess. The first grudge I can remember having as was in the mild summer of 1986 with a shopkeeper named Nanda Patel. Nanda caught me off guard in his shop one afternoon, and attempted to smear my reputation after catching me in the midst of one of my hazy daydreams. One in which I was holding, and rubbing, one of his particularly shiny purple aubergines. Anyway, Nanda suddenly told everyone in his pokey little establishment to stop what they were doing, and look in my direction. “Takey lookey at this little puffy.” he shouted, “He’s pretending that aubergine is a biggy blacky willy." As chunks of bhaji coated saliva began flying around the room with laughter, I wanted to die. And to be fair, I was thinking about roughly that. But it still cut me deep. Anyway, that's all in the past now. I'm more of a forgiving individual these days, and much of that is down to the teachings of the wonderful Chief Fortuity, of the Safi Tribe in Moss Side, Manchester. Do you have any grudges against Africans?

I lived in Africa most of my life. I'll give you a guess!

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19 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

I'm down with that

 

The problem is that the cabal are hellbent on gaining greater central control over us so lets say that you and me started our community gardening cooperative and managed to make enough for ourselves and maybe some others too. the central authorities will simply come in and under some law for example based on UN codex alimentarius declare that our garden is not 'licensed' and therefore must be shut down and destroyed

 

We will not be free to be what we want to be until their mission ends because they will not allow anything on this green earth to operate that is outside of their control

And that is what we must change.

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18 hours ago, oz93666 said:

 

 @Messenger

 

It is essential that we burn more oil .... Oil is made from plankton that died 100million years ago and this locked up the carbon dioxide that was in the atmosphere back then ... we must burn it and return it to the atmosphere ...Carbon Dioxide drives the biosphere and the level determines how well plants and plankton grow !! 

 

Global-Temperature-and-CO2-levels-over-6th?id=OIP.UwHuUCEcfqjcjzbvt3Lj_wHaGI&pid

 

Look at this graph! Millions of years ago carbon dioxide levels were 40 times higher than today ... as a result all life exploded on land , and seas were thick with plankton supporting 100,000s of wales and other sea life ...

 

You reduce CO2 and you reduce plant life and the animals that feed on it ...

 

The controllers are Satanists and hate life and want to end it on the Planet hence the war on CO2 ! 

 

So in cities we should have electric cars , the oil can be burnt to produce electricity , cleanly ... essential we return this stored CO2 to the biosphere 

 

David Icke understands this and has said often there 's nothing wrong with CO2 

Not at the level at which we are Oz, I have to disagree with you here, that picto-graph recycle chart was probably made by big oil to justify their existence in an effort to continue profiting from what has been a very destructive industry to Earth.

 

Go to California, Los Angeles particularly, and witness the fog of pollution over the city from too many cars. Why do you think CA are considered the smog Nazi's or environmental Nazi's? Ask any car enthusiast about CA's emissions requirements and they will cringe.

 

Then consider the Exxon Valdez oil spill up in Alaska. Big oil would love for everyone to forget about that one.

 

Or the Horizon Gulf of Mexico oil rig disaster. Or maybe it was the broken oil pipeline underwater in the gulf of Mexico that was spewing oil for like a week straight!

 

Earth thrived for thousands of years BEFORE man found "black gold", since then Earth has been in decline due to pollution that we are causing, plastic pollution too and from oil we derive plastics.

 

Also, what do you suggest we do once we run out of oil? It is said that we have about only 55 years of oil reserves remaining. Would you choose to wait until the last barrel before we explore alternative transportation? That might cause a problem. We cannot go forward with old behavior that does not serve us or the planet. Now that we are aware that we are running out of oil, a finite substance, we must act to transition to a more sustainable and safe for of transportation. Will many of of miss the combustion engine, including myself? Absolutely, but we can still run a combustion engine on corn or hemp fuel so all we are doing is simply using a more sustainable renewable energy.

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Hang on there a minute. I was born a long time ago. 

 

I remember the sirens, I remember being carried out of the house and into our Air Raid Shelter. The family had dug it underground and I could even draw you a picture of the 12 wooden steps, the wooden benches on three sides, that we sat on and the oil lamp and the candles.

 

I also remember the weather. I remember in 1947, the sea looked like porridge, it was frozen. I remember the icicles in front of my bedroom window, like the bars of a prison. I remember the water in the bog frozen, burst pipes, having to break the ice on a bath of dirty water to try to flush the bog.

 

I remember the long warm summers, when we played cricket at every available opportunity until late in the summer evenings. Sure it rained, but most years. not nearly as much as it does now.

 

Most of all, I remember the fog. I remember having to walk five miles from my girl-friends house because it was impossible to ride my bicycle because I was unable to see the road. I remember walking right past my own home, the fog was so thick and yellow. I remember driving 8 miles to fetch my wife from work and taking two hours to drive there, because I had to lean out of the window to try to see the road markings, but I couldn't. You drove on luck.

 

It was like this until the '60's. Then the smokeless zones started, we couldn't light a bonfire in the garden to burn the weeds and hedge clippings. I remember the railway station in Canterbury, looking like a canal in 1960. There were floods everywhere. I remember the winter of 1963, it was terrible. but by then most houses had gas or oil to heat their homes and that was the last really bad winter that I remember.

 

From around 1964,  the weather started to change dramatically. In January of 1967 I drove from the Midlands down to Kent. There was no snow, it was amazing. I left the UK then, but My friends that I left behind commented on the cold, wet summers and the mild winters.

 

For people of my age, this entire Global Warming nonsense is just not true. It's true that the climate has changed, but before smokeless zones, the blanket of smoke and fog over the northern hemisphere, made a big difference. Then HAARP and Chemtrails and YES, I believe in climate change. I also believe it's man made but for the OPPOSITE reasons that little snot-nosed cunts like Grim Greta try to make out.

 

THEY TOOK THE SMOKE COVERING AWAY. I'm sure it changed the climate, then the fucking Americans started messing with weather modification as a weapon (lookup HAARP) and spraying shit into the air to control the weather.

 

So I have to agree with oz93666 to a large extent, but not oil, coal. 

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1 hour ago, Messenger said:

Big oil would love for everyone to forget about that one.

 

Just keep in mind that the people behind big oil are in fact the very same people behind the shift to the technocracy which they are masking behind the 'green new deal'

 

For example the rockefellers of standard oil etc. Big oil is not opposed to the green new deal

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51 minutes ago, Someone2630 said:

Hang on there a minute. I was born a long time ago. 

 

I remember the sirens, I remember being carried out of the house and into our Air Raid Shelter. The family had dug it underground and I could even draw you a picture of the 12 wooden steps, the wooden benches on three sides, that we sat on and the oil lamp and the candles.

 

I also remember the weather. I remember in 1947, the sea looked like porridge, it was frozen. I remember the icicles in front of my bedroom window, like the bars of a prison. I remember the water in the bog frozen, burst pipes, having to break the ice on a bath of dirty water to try to flush the bog.

 

I remember the long warm summers, when we played cricket at every available opportunity until late in the summer evenings. Sure it rained, but most years. not nearly as much as it does now.

 

Most of all, I remember the fog. I remember having to walk five miles from my girl-friends house because it was impossible to ride my bicycle because I was unable to see the road. I remember walking right past my own home, the fog was so thick and yellow. I remember driving 8 miles to fetch my wife from work and taking two hours to drive there, because I had to lean out of the window to try to see the road markings, but I couldn't. You drove on luck.

 

It was like this until the '60's. Then the smokeless zones started, we couldn't light a bonfire in the garden to burn the weeds and hedge clippings. I remember the railway station in Canterbury, looking like a canal in 1960. There were floods everywhere. I remember the winter of 1963, it was terrible. but by then most houses had gas or oil to heat their homes and that was the last really bad winter that I remember.

 

From around 1964,  the weather started to change dramatically. In January of 1967 I drove from the Midlands down to Kent. There was no snow, it was amazing. I left the UK then, but My friends that I left behind commented on the cold, wet summers and the mild winters.

 

For people of my age, this entire Global Warming nonsense is just not true. It's true that the climate has changed, but before smokeless zones, the blanket of smoke and fog over the northern hemisphere, made a big difference. Then HAARP and Chemtrails and YES, I believe in climate change. I also believe it's man made but for the OPPOSITE reasons that little snot-nosed cunts like Grim Greta try to make out.

 

THEY TOOK THE SMOKE COVERING AWAY. I'm sure it changed the climate, then the fucking Americans started messing with weather modification as a weapon (lookup HAARP) and spraying shit into the air to control the weather.

 

So I have to agree with oz93666 to a large extent, but not oil, coal. 

 


Cracking read. A tale of tenderness and valour. One of triumph over brutality and ignorance. And from the way you sell it, you definitely handled Adolf and the fog much better than you handled your weekend in India. If we can learn anything from this tale. It's that age pampers us. 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

Just keep in mind that the people behind big oil are in fact the very same people behind the shift to the technocracy which they are masking behind the 'green new deal'

 

For example the rockefellers of standard oil etc. Big oil is not opposed to the green new deal

Exactly Macnamara, because that's how they control people, they control the movement and thus people think they are making "progress" when they really are being confined to the same prison they always have.

 

There is a fine line here though and again it goes back to Tesla tech and the Philadelphia experiment. We cannot have the do-it-yourself garage flies auto enthusiast playing with and modifying electric cars and decide to mix in magnetics with electricity and then inadvertently mess with the physics of this dimension in regards to time, and I believe the implications of accidently messing with this force most don't understand is why humanity have been kept inside the oil box for the last century because if you think about it, we have had the tech to break free from oil ever since the combustion engine was created and Henry Ford proved that by using Hemp fuel, and even building a car out of actual hemp.

 

So I am all for people to think about the bigger picture in terms of preserving Earth but if the same cabal are controlling that movement then it will be the same old bullshit.

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4 hours ago, Messenger said:

Not at the level at which we are Oz, I have to disagree with you here, that picto-graph recycle chart was probably made by big oil to justify their existence in an effort to continue profiting from what has been a very destructive industry to Earth.

 

Go to California, Los Angeles particularly, and witness the fog of pollution over the city from too many cars. Why do you think CA are considered the smog Nazi's or environmental Nazi's? Ask any car enthusiast about CA's emissions requirements and they will cringe.

 

Then consider the Exxon Valdez oil spill up in Alaska. Big oil would love for everyone to forget about that one.

 

Or the Horizon Gulf of Mexico oil rig disaster. Or maybe it was the broken oil pipeline underwater in the gulf of Mexico that was spewing oil for like a week straight!

 

Earth thrived for thousands of years BEFORE man found "black gold", since then Earth has been in decline due to pollution that we are causing, plastic pollution too and from oil we derive plastics.

 

Also, what do you suggest we do once we run out of oil? It is said that we have about only 55 years of oil reserves remaining. Would you choose to wait until the last barrel before we explore alternative transportation? That might cause a problem. We cannot go forward with old behavior that does not serve us or the planet. Now that we are aware that we are running out of oil, a finite substance, we must act to transition to a more sustainable and safe for of transportation. Will many of of miss the combustion engine, including myself? Absolutely, but we can still run a combustion engine on corn or hemp fuel so all we are doing is simply using a more sustainable renewable energy.

 

You know you are mistaken when you agree with the NWO agenda .... they have a war on all fossil fuels , have been shutting them all off .... There is the oil industry which will try to preserve it's own interests ,but these have been overridden by the real controllers ... coal power plants have been shut down in the US ... now get ready for power cuts ...lol 

 

They are trying to bring in big carbon taxes on air tickets , fossil power production  and petrol , all to shift money into the bankers  pockets .... and cut of CO2 to the biosphere and kill the Earth. They are laughing at the environmentalists who they have got on their side , assisting them to destroy life on the planet...

 

It is a fact CO2 levels have never been so low , as a result nothing grows well ... Farmers know they have to feed extra CO2 into their greenhouses to get things to grow as they should  ....

 

 Carbon Dioxide In Greenhouses

 
 

"Aug 28, 2020 - Growers should regard CO2 as a nutrient. For the majority of greenhouse crops, net photosynthesis increases as CO2 levels increase from 340– ...For enrichment of carbon dioxide in greenhouses Carbon dioxide can be obtained by burning carbon-based fuels such as natural gas, propane, and kerosene, or directly from tanks of pure CO2. Each source has potential advantages and disadvantages. When natural gas, propane or kerosene is burned, not only CO2 is produced, but also heat is generated that can supplement the normal heating system. .."

 

As for the oil running out ..."Peak Oil" ... a lie spread by the oil industry to justify higher prices .... there's enough for another 100years ... prices at record low now $39 because the cabal can't get control of Iraq and Russia and shut off output ..

 

Pollution in cities?? As I said electric cars should be in cities ,  Oil burnt to produce electricity away from cities , cleanly .... 

 

Oil spills ?? The biggest oil spill in history  was when Iran invaded Kuwait and opened all the taps .... beaches were knee deep in oil , three years latter naturally occurring  microbes had eaten it all and the beaches are clean again .... Oil is made from plankton , a nice food for microbes 

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On 9/22/2020 at 5:12 PM, Someone2630 said:

I wouldn't believe a single word that you said. YOU ARE A SHILL. Go spout somewhere else.

 

You need to make your post in 36 point bold, underlined. It makes you SO much more believable

 

I prefer Arial Bold in blue, with green underlined.  I'm quite offended that nobody has used this.

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36 minutes ago, Someone2630 said:

The person that I called a shill. Didn't you even bother to read why this sentence came up?

 

Yes, I did read it.  I was just joking.  Don't you have a sense of humour?

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1 hour ago, Ecki Divad said:

 

Yes, I did read it.  I was just joking.  Don't you have a sense of humour?

I used to do until they tried (unsuccessfully) to wear a muzzle and show my obedience (and stupidity). I will NEVER wear a muzzle or socially distance, or take their fucking vaccine.

 

What's left to have a sense of humour about?

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8 hours ago, Someone2630 said:

I used to do until they tried (unsuccessfully) to wear a muzzle and show my obedience (and stupidity). I will NEVER wear a muzzle or socially distance, or take their fucking vaccine.

 

What's left to have a sense of humour about?

 

It's not for me to tell you what to do, but it may help if you just accept that there is little or nothing you can do about the bigger picture.  I know I am just one man.  I think we're surrounded by morons, and that's why mostly I just make fun of it all.  The changes I make are to myself and my own life, and all I can do is hope that others notice and copy me.

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