From DDP 24th Annual Meeting, August 5, 2006.
Professor Penner of U.C.S.D. contrasts Western and Russian views on whether oil is a renewable resource.
David Rockefeller speaks about population control.SEPTEMBER 14, 1994
SEPTEMBER 14, 1994
Annual Ambassadors’ Dinner
During the annual ambassadors’ dinner, held to honor the United Nations diplomats and secretariat officials, the U.N. Business Council awarded its annual medal to David Rockefeller. Secretary General Boutros-Gali introduced a video describing the founding of the United Nations and the history of the Rockefeller family’s involvement in world affairs. A number of other awards were also presented.
Why Do NATO States Commit Energy Hara Kiri ?
12.01.2022 Author: F. William Engdahl
1. Good presented as bad
2. Bad presented as Good
(That is to say simple inversion)
3. Good presented as Good for a bad reason
4. Bad presented as bad for a bad reason
(That is to say explanatory inversion)
These four categories, which can be summarized as either simple or explanatory inversion, account for all sustained and high impact modern major Mass Media stories without any exceptions.
Therefore those who want to free their minds from the Mass Media must first avoid as much Mass Media output as possible, and secondly develop automatic negativistic behaviour towards the Mass Media output which they cannot avoid”.
This episode is a controlled demolition like Building 7 on 9/11 . The reset to Carbon Currency end game and a centralised command and control corporatism is happening now. @financialeyes @JoeBlob20 #DebtBomb @DominicFrisby #NeverMindTheBollocks
Second Thoughts on James Burnham, 1946 [L.m./F.s.: 2015-09-24 / 0.17 KiB]
‘James Burnham’s book, The Managerial Revolution, made a considerable stir both in the United States and in this country at the time when it was published, and its main thesis has been so much discussed that a detailed exposition of it is hardly necessary. As shortly as I can summarise it, the thesis is this…’
Second Thoughts on James Burnham
James Burnham’s book, The Managerial Revolution, made a considerable stir both in the United States and in this country at the time when it was published, and its main thesis has been so much discussed that a detailed exposition of it is hardly necessary. As shortly as I can summarise it, the thesis is this:
Capitalism is disappearing, but Socialism is not replacing it. What is now arising is a new kind of planned, centralised society which will be neither capitalist nor, in any accepted sense of the word, democratic. The rulers of this new society will be the people who effectively control the means of production: that is, business executives, technicians, bureaucrats and soldiers, lumped together by Burnham, under the name of ‘managers’. These people will eliminate the old capitalist class, crush the working class, and so organise society that all power and economic privilege remain in their own hands. Private property rights will be abolished, but common ownership will not be established. The new ‘managerial’ societies will not consist of a patchwork of small, independent states, but of great super-states grouped round the main industrial centres in Europe, Asia, and America. These super-states will fight among themselves for possession of the remaining uncaptured portions of the earth, but will probably be unable to conquer one another completely. Internally, each society will be hierarchical, with an aristocracy of talent at the top and a mass of semi-slaves at the bottom.
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I will be combining the essay with some reading I have to do with respect to a Socratic Dialectic I am having with a correspondent at the Golem XIV blog, Hawkeye AKA The Forensic Statistician.
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Hawkeye February 21, 2013 at 12:55 pm #
There are some very practical reasons why oil has held sway as a dominant energy source. It is a highly compact and dense storage medium (not just a source of energy):
Even if we could liberate a bounty of “free” energy, there are consequences and limits to what we can exploit:
None of this undermines your valid point about Capitalism requiring monopoly access to energy inputs though. And they are certainly very good at that !! But the monopolisation doesn’t prove that there is a better / bountiful alternative.
In olden times, it was sunlight that mainly provided energy, mostly in the forms of agriculture and working animals. Hence the wars at that time were over monopolisation of land (e.g. empire expansion). Monopolisation has always exploited abundance, not suppressed it.
What we should work towards is the democratisation of energy resources (regardless of any limitations, but especially accepting that there probably are real limits to what is available), and the equitable distribution of it.
Roger February 21, 2013 at 1:18 pm #
I’m still not buying the
” It is a highly compact and dense storage medium (not just a source of energy):´´
I personally do not buy the Oil Mythology. Oil became dominant back in the 20’s and 30’s it was favoured over alternatives at the time, ask why and keep going.
In the same way that JP Morgan destroyed Telsa’s Wireless transmission:( and Telsa himself,( a true Genius reduced to digging ditches to feed his family) of Electricity as it would interfere with his monopoly on Copper. The monopolisation of oil supply was the chosen route of the Capitalists as it had the pre -requisite barriers to entry so beloved of the Dragons in the Dragons Den.
I must re read the Biography I have of John P Gettyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Paul_Getty. Sustainable energy is renewable energy is ultimately free energy. Free and Capitalism do not mix.
Having seen the oil Claim here previously,
´´The standard line is that it is portable and relatively cheap to extract, when one starts off down that road incredulity is but a few steps around the corner.”
Hello Hawkeye, Nice to be back here and also seeing Stevie Finn COmmenting as well.