Crude oil in Australia.and lot’s of it?

“To stimulate fear and hideous hunger for oil it has to be artificially imposed shortage of oil to justified death of US solders and Iraqi’s innocent citizens, because nobody any more is buying the Bush’s democracy plot.”


—– Original Message —–
From: “Stan Szopa”
To:
Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2005 4:36 PM
Subject: [ijccr] Crude oil in Australia.and lot’s of it?

> On Tue Jul 19, 2005 3:22 in “Crude oil or democracy?”
> I wrote:
>
> “.To stimulate fear and hideous hunger for oil it has
> to be artificially imposed shortage of oil to
> justified death of US solders and Iraqi’s innocent
> citizens, because nobody any more is buying the Bush’s
> democracy plot.
>
> Iraq is a training ground for US troops and
> fulfillment of Bush’s new addiction – hunger for power
> to rule. He simply replaced his primary alcohol
> addiction with new one.”
>
> Stan:
>
> Here are e-mails that I received about thousands of
> capped oil wells all across Australia. I also found on
> the Internet supporting information:
>
> https://flashfast.com/oil/
>
> “.This evidence convinced me the workers were not
> lying – in fact I now believe that vast oil reserves
> are deep in the Australian desert Outback capped and
> buried – waiting for miraculous ‘discovery’ once the
> oil-meisters decide the time is right and that all the
> money has been squeezed from the current oil
> ‘crisis’.”
>
> “John Wilson”
> To: “Gopher”
> Subject: Re: Capped oil wells
> Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 09:00:23 +1100
>
> Dear Gopher,
>
> To endorse your story: some 20 years ago, I was
> chatting to a patient to my dental surgery. He said
> he worked for BP Exploration. He said, “There are
> thousands of capped oil wells all across Australia”.
> He said he had been finding this oil and, once found
> and capped, he would go on and find and cap other
> reserves. He said that, for the time being (ie: then),
> it was cheaper to import oil.
>
> Also, apparently, there is enough oil in shale
> stretching from Darwin to Brisbane to last hundreds of
> years – but extracting that oil was also more costly
> than importing Arab oil.
>
> It’s no wonder Australia is being swallowed up by the
> International Cartels…not to mention uranium, and
> all the other vast amounts of resources under our
> feet. They can’t allow Democracy with its Right to
> Trial by Jury, to get in their way.
>
> Yours sincerely,
> John Wilson.
>
>
> —– Original Message —–
> From: Gopher
> To: Recipient list suppressed
> Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2005 5:46 AM
> Subject: Capped oil wells
>
> To All,
>
> Yesterday the 19th we were in Toowoomba up near
> Bunnings and a ute with a O.D.E. logo pulled up.. (ODE
> is Oil Drilling and Exploration..)
>
> A man in his twenties got out so I went over to
> him. I said to him I worked for ODE in the sixties for
> about 2 and a half years, I worked on and helped to
> drill Moonie 1 and Moonie 2. We chatted for a while
> about the price of petrol and the oil shortage etc.
> His comment about the world oil crisis was, “it is a
> load of bull we have heaps of wells capped off out in
> the desert country…..I changed companies and went to
> work for Santa Fe.
>
> During the time that I worked for Santa Fe we drilled
> near Miles, Chinchilla, Tara, Meandarra, St. George,
> Sutat, Moonie, Condamine and Wandoan, In all we put
> down 102 holes over a period of 2 and a half years,
> apart from Moonie all wells were dry except for one
> gas well near Surat. A cap (Christmas Tree) was put on
> that well and left and as far as I know it is still
> there to-day, 40 years later…
>
> Allan
>

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