Thursday, June 05, 2008

$200 A Barrel

Ever see one of those big huge RVs driven by an elderly couple, with a bumper sticker proclaiming "We're Spending Our Children's Inheritance?" Well, if you're in that situation, you better track those old coots and crones down in whatever RV park they're hiding in, get those damned keys in your hand, and give them a Greyhound ticket home, because the way things are going they really will spend your whole inheritance this summer.

Associated Press reports: "A new Goldman Sachs prediction that oil prices could rise to $150 to $200 within two years seemed to motivate much of Tuesday's buying, although a falling dollar and increasing concerns about declining crude production in Mexico and Russia contributed, analysts say.

"Light, sweet crude for June delivery jumped to a new record of $122.47 a barrel before retreating slightly to trade up $1.29 at $122.26 on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Oil prices have nearly doubled from about $62 a barrel a year ago, which Goldman sees as a sign that the world is in the midst of a "super spike" in oil prices. Analyst Arjun Murti said in a research note released Monday that prices would ultimately force demand to fall sharply."

In other words, this business of yuppies commuting from Albuquerque airport to Los Angeles every day and people jetting off to Chicago for the weekend is going to come to a screeching halt. These holiday visits to Grandma in Kansas, or shipping the kids off to your ex in Texas so you can jump a jet down to Cancun and cavort by the pool with your secretary--looks like you're going to have to settle for the local no-tell motel. Vacations in Europe? Fuhgeddaboudit.

From now on travel is going to be a major life event, just like it was in the 19th century. From now on it's pretty much going to be grow where you're planted, because the necessary fuel costs to cover North America's huge distances will be unaffordable for the overwhelming majority of Americans. Oh, and this business of living 50 miles away from your job in a nice lily white suburb and commuting so you won't be forced onto a bus or a train with violent niggers and smelly Mexicans? Forget that, too. Indeed, we will probably be seeing more laws forcing White people to use public transportation with a corresponding increase in White victimization by murderous racist minorities.

Travel will become a luxury for the rich and poor working people will just have to lump it, as always in America. Whichever coast you live on, you might get to the other coast or to another city two, maybe three times in your life.

Guys, this doesn't seem to have sunk in yet. You people think that this is just some kind of burp or hiccup, and that once a new President gets elected everything will "get back to normal." Not at $200 per barrel, it won't.

You need to understand--these changes that are occurring now in 2008 and 2009 are forever, at least as far as your lifetimes are concerned.

But the again, you elected Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, twice, and now you seem poised to elect a bubble-lipped nigger who is even more incompetent than Bush, so you can damned well live with the consequences, you stupid bastards.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

$200 a barrel, interesting.

Bad part is you don't know who to believe, I just heard a report, (probably meant to stroke the lemmings) that the combination of increased Saudi production, less demand, and the stabilizing dollar would cause cost to go down later this summer,

Mike Petersen

4:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everything you mention is a good thing to happen... only when the majority of whites feel the pinch economically (and then feel the punch physically) will the sleeping dragon arise. Hopefully it will still be a dragon, not some gecko.

5:30 AM  
Anonymous Team_Euro said...

Has anybody here heard about the Ron Paul expiremental communities they are setting up in Texas? I'm just curious to see how these play out.

12:45 PM  
Anonymous brian boru said...

The problem isn't so much a shortage of oil in the world, it is that oil that remains is of poorer quality and much of it is difficult to access or process. The costs of processing and refining the oil in the tar sands in Alberta or the oil shale in the US is very high. Even if there are huge reserves in the Arctic they first have to be discovered and then drilled. That will take years. Most of the infrastructure in the industry is in poor shape. Short term thinking and greed was more important than responsible planning.
In real dollar terms the current price, $138, is still below the level reached in 1980, about $230, so another $100 is easily on the books.
Soon, countries like Mexico and Venezuela are going to limit the amount of oil they export to the US, adding further stress to the economy. It is hardly surprising that the gangsters in Tel Aviv West are intent on maintaining control of the Iraqi oil. They would like to get control of all the rest of it too if possible to prop up their filthy system.
Yes folks, interesting times ahead.

1:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the NW movement is a good idea. Why don't we pick one county in one state and that way there might be enough of us to elect people who agree with us politically at the state level?


5:58 AM  
Anonymous herman king said...

Where are the mean brawny white militias? Jacking off while watching John Bryant's porno blog?Some of them should be loading
their rifles and ready to show who is still boss of this country.

9:10 PM  

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