Anyone Want to Connect the Petro-Dots?

Let’s see now, methinks there are a few dots out there just begging for someone to connect them:

    * George Soros and his various money-distribution organizations such as MoveOn.org spend heavily on behalf of Obama’s run for the presidency.

    * Soros invests over $800 million for a large stake in Petrobras, the Brazilian oil company.

    * The U.S. arranges for the Ex-Im Bank to guarantee loans of $2 billion to Brazil for exploration of offshore oil finds.

    * Brazil makes a huge find right at its front door.

    * The U.S. shuts down virtually all drilling and exploration in the Gulf of Mexico, continues offshore bans along the East and West coasts and off the coast of Alaska.

    * Libya, Africa’s largest oil producer, erupts into a bloody revolution against the régime of the psychotic tyrant Ghaddafi.

    * Obama materializes in Brazil and explains to oil executives that, “We want to help with technology and support to develop these oil reserves safely, and when you’re ready to start selling, we want to be one of your best customers.”

    * Hundreds of thousands of American workers in energy, energy-dependent, and related industries see their hopes for re-employment dashed.

Now, is it just me, or does anyone see any connections?

March 23, 2011 | 8 Comments »

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  1. Bland, I just worry that no one cares that their own civilization is being destroyed..Besides Israel and the Mid East, I am going to Europe to finish seeing the sights I am still interested in because I think it will be too dangerous soon..The Eiffel Tower was emptied yesterday..
    The Jews while acting superior to each other here in the USA, I believe really hate their status as outsiders and start to believe in the reality of the hatred of others.. People really do believe it is their own fault and must correct something within to be liked..
    The ones that really do feel the dislike often convert.

  2. MG, it’s wonderful, to see someone here agreeing with me on anything. I am not Jewish, and noted the Soros connection (along with others) as extremely ironic. I don’t, however, take the knee-jerk reaction of many here, to treat “Leftist” Jews such as Soros as creatures from another planet. They are Jews, just as much as the streimel-wearing haredim in Jerusalem are Jewish. The reason these two groups of kinsmen are such polar opposites of one another, is due to the time-honored tradition of Jews looking down their noses at each other as “unholy”. The religious treat the reformed and secular as unclean filth, so the latter automatically respond in kind. End that Jew-Jew hatred, and this Diaspora of the Spirit will end.

  3. MG – did you live in Miami in ’80? Its a longshot, but every time I see your handle I think about it…

  4. Blandoatmeal,

    I couldn’t agree with you more. I see it even with my friends who believe the gospel of the NY Times. Why can we never stand up for ourselvews instead of deciding that we are to blame? I feel Israel is divided itself because of this.. As an Israel defender, it is sometimes defending Israel when it seems that ISrael itself is so reluctant to do so.. Where is all the screaming for Gilad Shalit? Violation for sure that no one outside knows about..
    I have just ordered a Simon Weisenthal DVD about Peter Bergson.. he must have been such a strong man..

  5. Soros is Jewish. Israel’s biggest problem is Jews. If it weren’t for that fact, Israel would have no trouble dealing with the squabbling nincumpoops running this world.

  6. I thought the same.. no one will criticize Obama no matter what happens..
    The ease at which the goals are accomplished by those in power is astounding to me.. no resistance at all..