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WAR games

Today's increase in oil prices by speculators is more than an exercise in price gouging and trader profiteering. It's a strategic run up to a war of aggression against Iran.

This market rally serves the dual purpose of pillaging consumers and taking the sting out of any future production cuts Iran might implement if faced with imminent sanctions.

Notwithstanding the possibility that REAL shortages could affect prices, we all know that supply and demand has little if anything to do with energy prices.
Andrew Lebow of Man Financial in New York admits that "the market is 'completely decoupled' from supply and demand."
So, crude oil prices are approaching $69 a barrel even though, this morning, Iran merely proposed that OPEC cut production.

Not only does bidding up the price rake in the profits for traders and take the sting out of Iran's threats to cut production, but as an added bonus, it primes consumers for a war of aggression against Iran by hitting them where it hurts the most, in their wallets.

By the time oil approaches $90 a barrel, Americans will be so hostile towards Iran any pretext will be enough to send the troops in guns-a-blazing.

If I'm right, we're looking at sustained price increases for the foreseeable future, in the run up to a war against Iran.


At Friday, January 20, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Want to know who some of the puppet masters are? Read this article!
The majority of them are Jewish. Which is no surprise to me, as they have always been savvy with money and for the most part like to exploit their workers by making them work long hours and pay low wages, while making huge profit for themselves. Jews for the most part tend to only help themselves and that is how the have risen to power. They work together very well and don’t care about non-Jews. Now I’m not saying all Jews are like that (I have Jewish friends that are not like that), but a lot of them are. Just though I would share this info. The link is cached, because I searched for it while at work. Sorry about that, but the article in it is still pretty good.

At Saturday, January 21, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

Thanks, for sharing your thoughts and the link.

I agree that you cannot condemn an entire faith for the bad conduct of a few. If we were to do that, then all of us would be dragged to the gallows, sooner or later, for simply sharing the same color skin, or faith as the villian of the day.

Come Judgment Day, God will judge each of us by his or her own individual conduct. We must endeavor to do the same.

At Sunday, January 22, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

These topics are not discussed AT ALL in the mainstream media.

I appreciate reading the excellent analysis on this blog.

At Sunday, January 22, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

Hey anonymous, thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. And thanks for the kind words. I appreciate them greatly.

It's not by chance, btw, that they don't discuss any of these things. It's by design.

Our only chance is to spread the word ourselves, so that we can try to stop these megalomaniacs from running our planet into the ground.


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