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Two hundred of us blocked all the entrances to the New Zealand Petroleum Conference for five hours yesterday.

Some great video footage at the Greenpeace website below.

Source: The People’s Climate Rally – 21st – 23rd March 2017

Comments
  1. futuret says:

    SHUTTING DOWN THE USA, THAT NEVER EXISTED. WE WERE ALWAYS UNDER BRITISH RULE:

  2. marblenecltr says:

    Your assignment, Doctor, homework due Friday, how much wealth has been spent, lives lost, and nations destroyed for the purpose of controlling a replaceable source for power that is available many places on earth? I remember the lie that petroleum is from extinct dinosaurs and is therefore a commodity that will reach peak availability the following week (okay, not week), yet, alternative energy sources were denied. Sinclair Oil Company had a dinosaur on its sign. This was all many years before OPEC and the cartels we know today. Bringing matters up to date, the petroleum monopoly powers replaced the precious metals standards with the petrodollar, but now the fiction is unravelling. Where it will lead, I don’t know, fasten seat belts, enjoy your popcorn, I hope to control that grain supply through a cartel of Cargill, Archer-Daniels Midland, Monsanto/Bayer, and myself. I will have affectionate thoughts regarding those far beneath as I look down from my castle in the clouds. (Okay, not entirely true.)

  3. marblenecltr says:

    Reblogged this on necltr and commented:
    There may be a tiger in your tank! (There is an explanation for that.)

  4. Michael says:

    > remember the lie that petroleum is from extinct dinosaurs and is therefore a commodity that will reach peak availability
    Nothing stops you from either fracking nor drilling.
    Do you honestly think China would pay Dollars for a renewable resource? Really?

    And it is/was algae, not reptiles.

    • Your question about China confuses me Michael. They produce their own renewable technology – they don’t import it. They also produce their own electric cars. They are the world leaders in producing solar PVC panels and electric cars.

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