Enron imploded in October 2001. The proximity to 9-11, in terms of timing, was initially dismissed as America’s bad fortune. But a growing body of evidence suggests that the implosion of Enron may have been closely tied to the events of 9-11. The following is an attempt to connect the dots between Enron and 9-11.
Gasland, a 2010 American documentary film, has made a lot of waves because of its critical view of the practice of fracking. The fracking industry has responded with not just a rebuttal, but a full documentary film of their own. Which only adds more merit to the film. While the producers may have intended to highlight the dangers of fracking, the documentary also becomes a poignant portrayal of eroding civil and property rights in North America.
Petropolis, a recent Greenpeace aerial photography tour of the Alberta tar sands doesn’t say much. But pictures are worth many words.
In a recent article, William Engdahl claims that the recent fall in global oil prices means that the North American Shale Oil Dream may soon come to an end. We examine the ramifications.
In one of the better articles on this website, I had investigated in detail, how the Federal Reserve took the American dollar off the gold standard and became a paper mill, diverting value towards private Wall Street bankers in the form of usury, while robbing the American middle class of the value of their earnings through inflation. Yet, I failed to completely explain what kept the American dollar going. My impression was that the American dollar was retroactively deriving from the residual value...