- Before the recent wars, Cheney designed US energy policy
to create oil shortages and to boost domestic Oil profits per gallon. That
was always part of his plan in designing US policy. Then the Bandits went
into the war business. This became a colossal windfall for energy companies,
and the oil industry in particular. Think about the quantities of oil related
products that it takes to fight a war-now double that! Then add the increased
demand for oil worldwide: Thanks to our outsourcing policies, the same
policies that sent the jobs overseas, also created a new demand for all
the toys we used to worship here. The difference is that the demand now
comes from other countries. This was a win-win situation for Big Oil, for
Cheney, and for all his enterprises. It was a total loss for us!
- The side benefits of war-for-profit, for reconstruction,
and for new factories; when you have the no-bid contracts is unreal. But
with rigged domestic oil prices at home, tied directly to the success of
outsourcing, as well as to the length of the "unending "wars-then
oil profits approach the unimaginable.
- Many here still don't understood the way the third world
works. Americans are about to find out, because that all begins with destabilizing
prices especially the price of all the key things that are needed to live.
Oil and water are huge, when it comes to the necessities of life, and that's
where US energy policies are now focused. Not to insure that the public
has them, or can afford them, because it's not about taking care of the
public. It's now about fleecing the public and making it easy for transnational
corporations to do whatever they want, because of Cheney's secret talks,
that led directly to existing US policy.
- This is usually a third world practice. Developed nations
depend on stable costs of fuel and transportation, as that improves their
ability to deliver goods and services. But Cheney and his Bandits want
no part of that; they love what they're doing to the price of oil-each
and every day. That's changing and you're paying for it! How do you like
- An overlooked fact is that transnational corporations
don't give a damn about nations or states. The lines on any globe are
meaningless to them. Their only interest is in profits, and by bringing
this nation's standard of living down to that of the third world, they
are making us much easier targets for them to control. All these wars and
racist divisions between people are just distractions for the fascists
to use along with fear and manufactured terror, to reach their goal of
one world in abject poverty, for all except themselves of course. So,
what's next for you-do you want to live in the third world, or would you
- Most people have little use for politics. Maybe it's
because it's all just talk, "it's all corrupt and that'll never change!"
Maybe it's because now the events and amounts of money in the news are
just inconceivable to ordinary people. But there's now a place where everyone
can finally see what politics is all about. That someplace is the local
gas pump, and the price you'll have to pay for what you need to get around.
- This began in California. Three years ago there was a
problem with the electric grid. Because of it, the going price for electricity
went through the roof. This was one of the first acts committed by the
new robber barons and it was underwritten by the Tarnished House that has
fought so hard to keep this secret all this time; are you surprised?
- In California, de-regulators privatized the electrical
grid. The new owners sub-contracted power to Enron and others, who created
the shortages that caused price spikes that nearly killed the state. There
were $18 billion in overcharges that the Bandits stole from the people
of California: That theft was planned and kept in place by the lack of
new generating plants, new transmission lines, and a whole set of backroom
deals that keep California under Cheney's thumb for far too long. This
new price shock in gasoline and oil is only the latest wrinkle in the same
old scheme. How many times must they screw us, before we say enough!
- Many will say "that's all just politics-what can
I do about it?" There are several things you can do about this. Given
that this affects the entire country, you can write, call, or fax the White
House. Cheney is Number Two, but actually he's Number One you know. He
makes the rules, he has the meetings, the legislation gets written and
the plans get drawn up, like the most recent two wars. You're paying him
his profits, his bonuses, his incentives to do more-are you thrilled yet?
- If you doubt the facts, why not look up what happened
in California under Enron and the others? See for yourself what Cheney
did. Check out the whole sordid mess. Think about where this will be going
for everyone who drives, or flies, or buys anything that involves transportation
of any kind. Because these record prices at the pump are just the beginning!
- Talk to your friends, the people you know and work with,
show them what you find. See what really happened in California during
the fake energy crisis. Then get in touch with Dick and tell him what you
think about his brand new perks and his outrageous thievery. Tell him to
take an immediate cut in profits, very soon. Next time someone asks you
what you think-tell them! If it doesn't change, then you didn't reach enough
people. The White House is one small spot upon the globe, and their mailroom
is not that large a postcard would do, letters would be better, but
phone calls can plug up the switchboards and that always gets their attention.
Just tell them - HEY!
- "He's in bed with corporate crime,
- Cheney should be doin time!
- Drop the price and do it now,
- Or face the wrath that's sure to follow!"
- Try it, it's pure politics, but it's your money and you're
pouring it right into Cheney's pockets every time you fill your tank! You
decide what needs to happen-next! Who knows, this "political thing"
might catch on yet. It's good, but only when everyone's involved!