Discussion in 'Economy' started by froggy, Mar 11, 2011.
Japan's Earthquake Leads To Falling Oil Prices On Fears Of Decreased Demand
Watching refineries blow up does have that effect.
Obama sendin' help on the way...
US Rushes Aid to Quake-Struck Japan
March 11, 2011 - The United States is directing major military resources in the western Pacific Ocean to help provide emergency relief to victims of the Japanese earthquake.
Quake is Japan's Worst Natural Disaster in Nearly 100 Years
March 11, 2011 - Japanese geologists have long forecasted a huge earthquake in Japan, and the country has been preparing for the "big one" for decades.
When will he rush aid to the hurting American?
This seems counter intuitive, and short term.
Probably but in all likelihood the Arab protests will burn out in about the same amount of time and oil will recede in price.
not trying to be adversarial, but not since WWII has the fabric of society been so frazzled on a global scale.
We are all gonna be a whole lot easier to pacify once we become grateful to merely be eating and being able to buy our ration of gasoline for only $12/gallon without waiting in long lines. IOW I believe that tptb are ripping the social fabric on purpose. They never liked the idea of sharing power with proles anyway. And the social fabric clashes with their class scheme.
A difference of opinion, I tend to think that the powers that be are attempting to do what you say but are totally clueless about how the post-post-industrial world works.
Would be nice to see gas at 2.50/gal again.
The Unions already got theirs.
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