I compiled a "brief" history of events since October 2008 that are defining the global currency war and the role that gold is playing:
Tin Foil Hats, Economic Reality and the Total Perspective Vortex
Also, have you contacted your Congressional Rep and asked them co-sponsor Ron Paul's HR 1098: Free Competition in Currencies Act?
Still it was two hours well spent just for the perspective ... even if he is wrong.
Maybe later I'll take another look. I'm hearing you and the guy in the video about the growth and the limited resources. It could also be that I'm not getting much out of him except I can feel a set-up coming on.
They had the big important goals that worked you over with when they wanted to control the population. Long drawn out explanations of limited water and room on the roads. At the same time they were snuffing out the people that could reason they were opening the floodgates to the worlds population problem. They did it globally. This is sounding a whole lot like another such scheme.
Still need more rest to play more of it...and I just woke up.
Thanks though Travlyr.
http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/new...-oil-revenues/UPDATE 2-Mexico oil output seen stagnant next 14 yrs
Feb 29 (Reuters) -
Mexico's oil production is seen stagnating at around 2.8 million barrels per day (bpd) over the next 14 years unless the state oil company Pemex significantly boosts investment, the energy ministry said in a report on Wednesday.
The world's No. 7 oil producer currently produces 2.55 million bpd of oil, as Pemex has managed to stabilize a dramatic decline in production at its largest aging fields, most notably the giant Cantarell field.
Pemex has struggled to replace lost output with new discoveries and risks becoming a net oil importer within the next decade as energy demand rises.
Federal Reserve Official Worried About Mexico's Oil Revenues
Published March 01, 2012
Read more: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/new...#ixzz1rNtaVsMF
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Richard W. Fisher said he was concerned about Mexico’s falling oil revenues because this trend could affect the government's ability to finance public programs.
Hydrocarbons account for 34 percent of Mexico's public revenues, but petroleum production has fallen 25 percent since peaking in 2004, Fisher said in an address Wednesday to the Mexican Stock Exchange.
Livin’ la Vida Loaded in Mexico City
"The future ability of the Mexican government to finance its needs in an era of declining petroleum production ... concerns me," Fisher said.
Mexico's tax revenues relative to gross domestic product (GDP) rank at "the lowest levels in Latin America, despite the government's best efforts to increase fiscal revenues," the Dallas Fed chief said.
"It is important to find new ways to maintain a balanced national budget as required by Congress, and to be able to do this without choking off economic growth," Fisher said.
Read more: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/new...#ixzz1rNtOJce4
Last edited by Zippyjuan; 04-07-2012 at 01:26 PM.
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