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globalization causing high oil??????????



June 22, 2008 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: FSLR , ESLRQ.DL , STPFQ

Does globalization cause high oil prices?  How much oil does it use to ship all the goods around the world?  Does the fact that the United States and China buy large amounts of oil for the stratigic reserves as well as other countries affect the price of oil?  Did the fact that the Central Bank called the FED tanked the dollar to save the banks have anything to do with the high price of oil?  As you pour a glass (plastic glass) of milk (from a plastic container) look around your house and see how many things you own are made from plastic. All of these items are made from plastic which is made from oil. Will we switch to glass containers to save oil?  Will we change the way we consume just ordaniary daily things like milk, coffee, mstard,salad dressing and what not that comes in PLASTIC containers? I am a greenie from way back and I love this toung and cheek satire on going green and globalization as well as how much oil it takes to ship all of the parts all over the globe just to find slave labor to make cheep products to ship around the world. Got to love globalization.  For me yes globalalization does cause high oil as well as a week dollar. In Europe gas is $10.00 a gal. but is it $3.00 or $4.00 a gal tax on it to help fund the green energy?  If tax is $4.00 a gal then gas there is really $6.00 a gal. Where to make money? I think that I will follow the Rockafellers because somehow I don't think anything they do is for good I think it is to make money. They are coming out for green so now we know where the next bubble will come from. Energy... we are a long way from there yet.

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#1) On June 22, 2008 at 3:20 PM, thought4 (26.93) wrote:

The viedo was funny and yes energy will be the new bubble. Actually we just need a new world war because there are just to many people in the world. Let China and Russia and Mexico and Latin Amercia duke it out. That would help.

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