The Economy: Eventually, Basically Everyone is Going to be a Single Issue Voter

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I know I’ve made this point a million times, but there was not actually an obligation to do insane illegal sanctions against Russia for invading the sacred borders of a “country” that was a part of Russia for hundreds of years before 1991. Russia crushed Chechnya in two wars that were actually brutal (as opposed to this Candyland Ukraine thing) in the 1990s-2000s, Russia invaded Georgia and took land in 2008, and Russia took part of the Ukraine in 2014.

None of that was a big deal to anyone. But all of the sudden, the Ukraine is the most important thing that ever happened in history, the most democratic thing since abortion, and therefore we’re going full psycho mode.

RT:

Washington was aware that sanctions against Russia would have consequences for the US, causing a spike in energy prices, President Joe Biden said on Wednesday.

Speaking at the White House, Biden blamed Russia for hikes in US fuel costs, saying the American people and the rest of the world would have to pay a price for siding with Ukraine.


“We cut off Russian oil into the United States, and our partners in Europe did the same, knowing that we would see higher gas prices.” he said, adding that the US Congress gave near unanimous support to the oil ban, “knowing full well the cost.”

Gasoline prices in the US are now hovering near $5 per gallon, compared to roughly $3 per gallon a year ago. According to Biden, the US government is doing everything it can “to reduce this pain at the pump.” The president proposed suspending the 18-cent federal gas tax for the next three months, and called on states to remove their own taxes on fuel. Biden also urged oil refining companies to increase their capacity.
I’ve been known to write the same thing over and over again, but I just wrote all this yesterday, when talking about a poll showing that only 11% of Americans believe the gas prices are Putin’s fault.

Short story – Republicans are actually claiming that the sanctions are not causing an increase in gas prices and it is entirely due to Biden doing Green New Deal bullshit. That is an obvious lie. Democrats agree with the Republicans that the sanctions were some kind of historical necessity, which is also stupid and an obvious lie.

I need to make a new meme because it’s a dollar higher now, but here’s the thing:



Yes, Biden’s attacks on America’s energy sector are insane, but fossil fuel is a global market. If the Keystone XL pipeline was running, that would not really change the price of gasoline at the pump significantly. That pipeline was intended to move 830,000 barrels per day, and the world as a whole consumes 100 million barrels per day.



So, let me get out my calculator… yeah, that is less than 1% of global consumption. It’s obviously higher than 1% of potential American oil, but there are still several pipelines running from Canada.



Also, the pipeline was going to transport oil for refining and sale in America. Canada is refining at least some of the oil from the same wells themselves. (Honestly, I don’t know the details of that and generally try not to talk out of my ass, but I remember when the pipeline was canceled by Biden to try to stop tornados or whatever the hell, I read some long article about how Canada would expand refining capacity.)

Meanwhile, Russia produces nearly 15% of the world’s oil.



Again, the math just doesn’t work here, claiming that

I 100% agree with everyone saying that shutting down the pipeline is just a completely nonsensical act for any purpose other than inflicting austerity, but gas going from $2 to $5 is not because Biden canceled Keystone. That’s dumb it’s wrong, and people should stop saying it, because it’s what scumbag Republican neocon war supporters want you to say.

Biden actually called out Republicans in his remarks, saying that they all voted for the war against Russia. I actually like that he did that.

Joe Biden literally implying if you’re upset about high gas prices, you’re a Putin supporter. pic.twitter.com/mW4sfxxobR

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Openly telling people: “if your middle class or lower, your quality of life has to drop drastically because there’s a border skirmish in the former USSR and because of who we are values of democracy from a rules based order we believe in values of 1991 Eastern European borders are permanent ya see” is fundamentally hilarious and like satire. This is all designed to slowly ease people into the idea that we are now at war with Russia (and China somehow), but it just sounds so funny.

“Are things tough all over? Fact check: False.”

It kind of reminds me of the only funny San Francisco punk band, Dead Kennedys, telling comfy trendy California liberals wearing hammer and sickle flags they should take a Holiday in Cambodia (the song was released when Pol Pot was still in power).

(Lyrics video – the song is actually not terrible, but it’s the lyrics that are so funny.)


With regards to the 11% believing in Putin’s Price Hike
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– more Democrats believe in a secret price-gouging conspiracy by evil oil companies than believe Putin is responsible.

This is the worst forced meme since “Ultra MAGA.”

Biden says #putinpricehike, but voters disagree. Who is to blame?

All voters: Biden (52%)
Republicans: Biden (80%)
Democrats: Oil Companies (46%)
Independents: Biden (54%)https://t.co/t7JUU9cwzc#Bidenflation #gowokegobroke #putinpricehike pic.twitter.com/fuuxRevF16

— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) June 21, 2022

No one knows anything about anything really, people just watch TV or read internet websites and their brains are just pumped full of idiotic, convoluted, conflicting lies that are purposefully confusing, so the question “who is doing the gas-hiking?” is effectively “who is the villain of the world?”

This is not even a joke: if the pollster asked if “white supremacy” was responsible, Democrats probably would have picked that instead of oil companies.

Democrats prefer to point to oil companies as the global villain. The left had a conspiracy in the 00s that oil companies as opposed to Jews were the reason George Bush invaded Iraq (which was retarded, because Saddam was pumping and selling the oil cheaply, no one needed to do a multi-trillion dollar war, they could have just bought the oil from Saddam) and oil companies are now being blamed for supposedly changing the weather somehow. Democrat voter will go along with whatever idiotic bullshit you cook up and repeat it, but when you ask them “who is the most evil of the rogue’s gallery?” they rank oil companies worse than Putin. That really shows that the narrative is completely broken, and that no one really cares about this war in the Ukraine. If they cared about the Ukraine, they would have just blamed Putin like Biden keeps telling them to do.

“Putin’s Price Hike
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” is another one of these stupid focus-grouped talking points. Yes, Democrat politicians have also been spreading price-gouging conspiracies, but the main focus has been promoting Russia as the global villain, and if that isn’t working with their own people, they are in bad shape.

Probably because of the polling, Biden himself alluded to the price-gouging theory in his remarks, but he seemed to be blaming… gas station managers? (It would be funny as hell if leftists started viewing gas station attendants like the right started viewing nurses during covid hoax.)

Joe Biden to gas stations: ‘Bring down the price… do it now, do it today.'

Me to Biden: Restart the Keystone XL pipeline… do it now, do it today. pic.twitter.com/Qr42gPvIiH

— Daniel Turner (@DanielTurnerPTF) June 22, 2022

Despite the dreams of many retards, the left is not ever going to go back to being anti-war. These people are literally zombies. It is a the NPC Meme. They will just believe anything you tell them to believe. That is the real political divide – people who just believe anything and people who say “hey – I don’t know about that!” I want to write a long article sometime in the future about this – basically, it comes down to a divide between people who are driven by over-socialization and people who are driven by base instinct. Those are two very easy-to-control groups of people you can use against each other with minimal effort. They are both totally defenseless. It’s a result of information overload in a totally censored environment, and a part of Future Shock.



All of the “old left” people are just right-wingers who believe in free healthcare or whatever at this point – Glenn Greenwald, Max Blumenthal, Michael Tracey – their audiences are entirely right-wing now. Tulsi Gabbard spoke at CPAC, which demonstrates this “sympathy for the audience” phenomenon where public people tend to take on roles to better suit their supporters.

I support free speech, but not any one candidate. In fact, I gave money to & voted for Hillary & then voted for Biden.

However, given unprovoked attacks by leading Democrats against me & a very cold shoulder to Tesla & SpaceX, I intend to vote Republican in November.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 30, 2022

The best you’re going to get in terms of sides-switching is people mad about money. People can spend their whole lives talking about convoluted spooks that are not even real, but when it comes to voting time, you only vote for “saving the Ukraine,” “changing the weather,” “stopping the virus,” or “preserving democracy” if it’s free or at least reasonably affordable (or because you believe it is free or reasonably affordable).

Most of the readers of this site either make enough money that they don’t have to think about gas prices, or they never leave their house because they hate all other human beings (society? they let women and colored folk into it? srsly?). But gas is kind of the symbolic lifeblood of the country. If you look at the country as an organism, gas is the blood. A price hike on gas is an everything tax, because everything has to move, and actual wealthy people lose money when the peasantry loses money.

The problem is of course twofold:

  • Voter fraud
  • Republicans won’t do anything anyway

Despite that, general anti-government sentiment is a good thing.

Also, with the voter fraud thing – we’re looking at a situation where you could have 80% of the population voting Republican. I think Trump got something close to 65%. He got way more than they thought he would, because they did all these fake mail-in ballots and it wasn’t enough, so they had to stop counting at 3 AM and truck in more ballots.

Look at this:

President Biden should be pushing for a transit fare holiday, rather than a gas tax holiday, if he's serious about tackling climate change and cutting emissions, according to climate advocates and some House Democrats.⁰
by @maxinejoselow @vanessamontzz https://t.co/A8uY081OSW

— Dave Clarke (@davecclarke) June 23, 2022

It’s like saying “Instead of saying ‘for God’s sake c’mon man,’ Biden should tell Americans they are all faggots and should kill themselves.”

These people have lost the plot.

The economic crisis is a good thing. I know it sucks. But it’s the only reason anyone is actually going to address the social problems. Also, when we hit a certain point, these foreigners are going to start leaving. Yes, the crisis will be global, but it’s a lot better to be poor in a country designed for poor people. When we talk about “food shortages leading to hunger,” we’re really just talking about Africa and poor people in first world countries. Third world countries all produce food, except for in Africa, where people are literally so low IQ that they can’t do industrial farming at scale. But third world Latin America and Asia can just ban food exports.

So, yeah – looking forward to a lot of these foreigners leaving.

Someone told me or I heard on a podcast that someone was talking to an Indian who moved in next to them and asked him if he was worried about the economy and he was like “nah, not really – if things go bad here, I’ll just move back to my country.” How you say that to an American whose country you came to feed off of without blushing is – you have to have dark skin, I guess.

When things get tough, people’s behavior is going to change significantly. They are going to start looking for answers to questions, as I wrote yesterday. They’re also going to get rowdy. Of course, most of them are vaxed, so they’re not going to get very far. Imagine a scene from a war, Dunkirk maybe, where a group of soldiers are running into gunfire and falling one by one, but instead of getting shot, they’re having heart attacks. That’s what an uprising of the vaxed would look like.

Eventually, they’re going to tell people the vax caused permanent cardiovascular damage in everyone (but it’s better than the coronavirus, which is ultimate doom), and tell you the only solution is to not get your heart rate above a certain level. It will be like that movie Speed, except in reverse, and your life.


Man, Speed was so good. I hate what Disney has done to my people. Marvel movies are ALL BAD (except for Guardians and Captain America 2) and Star Wars is worse. Ironically, Keanu Reeves is the only actor still making real action films. I wish Mel Gibson would start making good action films. Mel is de facto blacklisted, but the first two John Wick movies were under $30 million, and Nobody, a John Wick adjacent film, only cost $16 million. Mel could make and distribute action films himself, instead of starring in these disgusting “straight to video” movies that just make me sad.

Honestly, I got interrupted when I was writing this and I forget what it was about. Whatever it was, I’m sure it was important.

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Eventually, they’re going to tell people the vax caused permanent cardiovascular damage in everyone (but it’s better than the coronavirus, which is ultimate doom), and tell you the only solution is to not get your heart rate above a certain level. It will be like that movie Speed, except in reverse, and your life.
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Disney is so incompetent with their writing staff and how they treat former writers for Lucasfilm its outstanding. They think they can keep throwing money at news agencies to lie and write positive reviews for the movies, but thankfully everyone is tuning out of Disney and Pixar films.
 

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The movie speed in reverse, lol.
Great analogy, especially because it links the gas analogy about blood.

Sounds hilariously tragic to imagine but everyone has to come to grips with what “these people will believe anything” truly means.

They convinced people to take not one, but multiple shots of experimental gene altering therapy, on a whim. Evidence for covid was all hearsay.

At the same time they convinced parents that their children's whims, which are influenced by people with nefarious motivations, should also lead to medical procedures that they also have not looked into.

And they keep doing it.

So yeah, it is easy to imagine they just admit or give some other fake reason and tell the masses, don’t run, don’t allow your heart rate to go over 110, once it goes to 110 the bomb is armed. Is Dennis Hopper still alive?
 

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All of the “old left” people are just right-wingers who believe in free healthcare or whatever at this point
Same in Germany. The most popular The Left party politician by far, Sahra Wagenknecht, is mostly mentioned in a positive way by centrists and right-wingers, while her own party is trying to push her out.
This happens when you acknowledge reality too much.
 

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You're on fire with these big 'sperg articles this week, Chief! :love:



Is Dennis Hopper still alive?
Sadly, he passed on to be with the Lord in 2010. I loved his role as the Deacon in Waterworld. I still want to be the Deacon of the Smokers when I grow up. With this economic tomfoolery ongoing, maybe I'll get the chance!

 

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As for oil and gasoline there are a number of contributing issues. But all of them causes by this regime. Including war.
 

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Someone told me or I heard on a podcast that someone was talking to an Indian who moved in next to them and asked him if he was worried about the economy and he was like “nah, not really – if things go bad here, I’ll just move back to my country.” How you say that to an American whose country you came to feed off of without blushing is – you have to have dark skin, I guess.
@Andrew Anglin Pretty sure it was Col. MacGregor who quoted that indian guy you're referring to during his long form interview with Max Blumenthal.


I've been saying this for years though. Our adversaries are rootless cosmopolitans. Half, give or take, of these post Hart-Celler non-Whites who came here in the last 50 years view America as their office, not their home. And if the gravy train dries up and slows to a halt, if the bullets, shells and bombs start flying, a lot of these people are just going to pack up and transfer as much wealth from America as they can before making like the ex-Afghan president and flying the coop. Except it will be jumbo jet after jumbo jet of these people packed like sardines in economy seating for months instead of one private jet. This includes many but not all jews who will make their aliyah to Israel. Virtually all these people have dual citizenship. It's just a matter of packing up and buying a plane ticket for them, and emailing back and forth with some realtor or landlord.

Not only that, but a lot of the lost Whites, particularly the urbanites, whose convictions are inextricably entangled with the jews' for whatever personal reason, a lot of them will just leave too. A lot of them will just stay here and resort to antifa terrorism that makes the Buffalo happening pale by comparison, make no mistake. But also, a lot of the worst of the worst White alphabet people, women, celebutards, and cuckold collaborators will just flee the country and scatter like trash in the wind across the various nations of the world foolish enough to welcome them with hospitality.

But our people are salt of the Earth for the most part. This is our one and only home on this side of heaven; it has been for 400 years, a lot longer than even some groups of injuns held parts of the Americas for (the injuns in Mexico in 1200 AD were an entirely different group from the Aztecs of 1500 AD, same goes for the injuns in the Arctic in 1000 AD who got totally replaced by a Siberian tribe of Eskimos by 1500 AD, same for the Taino injuns in the Caribbean who were being genocided, eaten, and replaced by the Carib injuns just as Colombus showed up). All our familial and communal interests are based here.

So long story short, do not fret about demographic trends jews set in motion 58 years ago. The waves are gonna get choppier out there for sure, but make no mistake, the enemy has inflated their numbers with foreigners of weak moral convictions who are just here for the grift. You can have a grift, or you can blow up the economy and push the world closer to WWIII than at any point in history since 1962, but you can't have both, and we're starting to see some real cracks in the dam.
 

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Eventually, they’re going to tell people the vax caused permanent cardiovascular damage in everyone (but it’s better than the coronavirus, which is ultimate doom), and tell you the only solution is to not get your heart rate above a certain level. It will be like that movie Speed, except in reverse, and your life.
Wasn’t that Crank with Jason Statham?
 

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I enjoyed this article. This would be a good time to take a holiday. We are in a holding pattern until the next big thing hits.

Wasn’t that Crank with Jason Statham?
He had the opposite problem. He had to keep his heart rate up, eg by fucking that hot blonde.

It would be funny as hell if that could be administered to the jabbed. They would have to keep their physical activity within a range. You would see then fast walking around, and piles of bodies where they hit a queue and couldn't go over the minimum speed.
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But gas is kind of the symbolic lifeblood of the country. If you look at the country as an organism, gas is the blood. A price hike on gas is an everything tax, because everything has to move, and actual wealthy people lose money when the peasantry loses money.

Man, Speed was so good
Yeah, a solid action movie. It was also one of the very last movies to have a really memorable, define anthem.

Youngters might not know this, but all major blockbusters used to have these anthems that you'd hum in your head for days (often composed by John Williams or Alan Silvestri).
>Star Wars
>ET
>Terminator
>Back to the Future
>Top Gun
>Robocop
>Batman
>Jurassic Park

On and on. Speed was the last such movie, I think.

After that, music became increasingly amelodic and dependant upon temp and very primitive notes. Some did this really well (Hans Zimmer's made most of his career out of this), but it's not the same as a real, memorable theme. When Speed starts up, the camera is simply scanning down this elevator shaft for the opening credits, but this completely dramatic, awesome theme song is playing, and your heart starts racing, and you get all excited....

Ah, back when America still had life.

 

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There should be a fan parody of Crank that re envisions the poison as the vax and has the protagonist doing the opposite of what he did in Crank, reminding himself to slow down instead of speeding up, that would be funny i think. It has to be obnoxiously like Crank, maybe just an edit with new voice over at the points where there needs to be.
At the end of the movie the protagonist dies of a heart attack because he over exerted himself and let's ignore the sequel because it sucked.
 

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@Andrew Anglin Pretty sure it was Col. MacGregor who quoted that indian guy you're referring to during his long form interview with Max Blumenthal.


I've been saying this for years though. Our adversaries are rootless cosmopolitans. Half, give or take, of these post Hart-Celler non-Whites who came here in the last 50 years view America as their office, not their home. And if the gravy train dries up and slows to a halt, if the bullets, shells and bombs start flying, a lot of these people are just going to pack up and transfer as much wealth from America as they can before making like the ex-Afghan president and flying the coop. Except it will be jumbo jet after jumbo jet of these people packed like sardines in economy seating for months instead of one private jet. This includes many but not all jews who will make their aliyah to Israel. Virtually all these people have dual citizenship. It's just a matter of packing up and buying a plane ticket for them, and emailing back and forth with some realtor or landlord.

Not only that, but a lot of the lost Whites, particularly the urbanites, whose convictions are inextricably entangled with the jews' for whatever personal reason, a lot of them will just leave too. A lot of them will just stay here and resort to antifa terrorism that makes the Buffalo happening pale by comparison, make no mistake. But also, a lot of the worst of the worst White alphabet people, women, celebutards, and cuckold collaborators will just flee the country and scatter like trash in the wind across the various nations of the world foolish enough to welcome them with hospitality.

But our people are salt of the Earth for the most part. This is our one and only home on this side of heaven; it has been for 400 years, a lot longer than even some groups of injuns held parts of the Americas for (the injuns in Mexico in 1200 AD were an entirely different group from the Aztecs of 1500 AD, same goes for the injuns in the Arctic in 1000 AD who got totally replaced by a Siberian tribe of Eskimos by 1500 AD, same for the Taino injuns in the Caribbean who were being genocided, eaten, and replaced by the Carib injuns just as Colombus showed up). All our familial and communal interests are based here.

So long story short, do not fret about demographic trends jews set in motion 58 years ago. The waves are gonna get choppier out there for sure, but make no mistake, the enemy has inflated their numbers with foreigners of weak moral convictions who are just here for the grift. You can have a grift, or you can blow up the economy and push the world closer to WWIII than at any point in history since 1962, but you can't have both, and we're starting to see some real cracks in the dam.
I also came here to post that it was Col. MacGregor that said that. Good recollection, great minds think alike.
 

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but here’s the thing
That graph doesn't support your argument. Yes, there was a spike immediately after the sanctions, but there were also dips in mid-March and early April which cancelled it out.
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This is the slope. The rate didn't change after "Russia sanctions begin." It became more volatile, but the upward trend continued at the same rate as between Dec. 2021 and "Russia sanctions begin."
 

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That graph doesn't support your argument. Yes, there was a spike immediately after the sanctions, but there were also dips in mid-March and early April which cancelled it out.
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This is the slope. The rate didn't change after "Russia sanctions begin." It became more volatile, but the upward trend continued at the same rate as between Dec. 2021 and "Russia sanctions begin."
Gas was under $3 and now it's over $5. That three month pump you're pointing at isn't meaningful if you pull back the graph to the left. Gas bills in Germany are 5X what they were before the Russia sanctions, and all of these global energy markets are tied together.

Are energy prices in Europe also because Joe Biden stopped Keystone XL? What about in the third world, where gas is in some places 6-8 times what it was in February? This is all Keystone?

You cannot blockade the biggest commodities market in the world and have it not affect energy prices. This is a ridiculous argument.
 

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That graph doesn't support your argument. Yes, there was a spike immediately after the sanctions, but there were also dips in mid-March and early April which cancelled it out.
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This is the slope. The rate didn't change after "Russia sanctions begin." It became more volatile, but the upward trend continued at the same rate as between Dec. 2021 and "Russia sanctions begin."
That's called regression to the mean. There's always going to be dips and spikes in a graph like that. But as you can see, the mean jumped by over a full dollar between the sanctions and present day.

What's more, some of the spike in the leadup to the sanctions was driven by the announcement of the war a week before and by market uncertainty around the looming threat of sanctions, which Joe and the jews were threatening every day for months before Russia went in. There were also other factors including inflation from over printing fiat dollars, as well as supply chain issues. Remember last fall virtually no oil tankers could expediently deliver petrochemicals to America's pacific ports.
 

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That graph doesn't support your argument. Yes, there was a spike immediately after the sanctions, but there were also dips in mid-March and early April which cancelled it out.
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This is the slope. The rate didn't change after "Russia sanctions begin." It became more volatile, but the upward trend continued at the same rate as between Dec. 2021 and "Russia sanctions begin."
Yes, I didn't understand why AA was posting that graph either, because it shows prices climbing from Biden taking office. Trump used to go on and on about how he made the USA "energy independent". Now, if that was a genuinely true statement, and not some misrepresentation for self-promotion, then any sanctions on foreign countries should not affect energy prices, any increases in prices being the result of a national oil cartel deciding to profit from the global situation and do a bit of price gouging (and then lying about why the prices are going up). I also remember how much it hit the alt-news when the Keystone pipeline was shut down as Biden's first act as president. It was like the Jews wanted to strike at the heart of Trump's energy independence policy. Jews HATE autarky. It makes their ability to be the international broker and money-changer for crucial resources redundant, and it makes the position of national politicians more secure. So someone is lying here - either Trump, Biden or the oil companies.
 

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Yes, I didn't understand why AA was posting that graph either, because it shows prices climbing from Biden taking office. Trump used to go on and on about how he made the USA "energy independent". Now, if that was a genuinely true statement, and not some misrepresentation for self-promotion, then any sanctions on foreign countries should not affect energy prices, any increases in prices being the result of a national oil cartel deciding to profit from the global situation and do a bit of price gouging (and then lying about why the prices are going up). I also remember how much it hit the alt-news when the Keystone pipeline was shut down as Biden's first act as president. It was like the Jews wanted to strike at the heart of Trump's energy independence policy. Jews HATE autarky. It makes their ability to be the international broker and money-changer for crucial resources redundant, and it makes the position of national politicians more secure. So someone is lying here - either Trump, Biden or the oil companies.
The basis of the claim of the "American energy independence" narrative-meme was that during Trump's tenure, America became a net exporter of hydrocarbon fuels for the first time since the 1950s.

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Thanks to hydraulic fracking, which began well before Trump, as well as a few other domestic sources that were allowed to be tapped by Trump, America was able to reduce crude imports to the point that while it was still reliant on crude oil imports, those imports had an energy output that was less than that of the other hydrocarbon fuels America was a net exporter of.

America certainly never had crude oil independence, and that's why it's being hit so hard at the pumps right now. It could if it wanted to. The fallout of doing what needs to be done to become a net crude exporter are up there with overturning Roe v. Wade though. It's part of a larger spiritual war we are engaged in with jews and their collaborators. These Gretites are out there doing terrorism against pipelines and pumps on a weekly basis as it is. If we got serious about crude independence they would just burn the country down a third time over (assuming they are going to soon burn it down a second time over aftee yesterday). America it seems is not big enough to accommodate both sensible decisions concerning national reliance on hydrocarbon fuels, and the Greta-cult.
 

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Here, zoom out:

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Gas went up a dollar in the first 13 months of the "Biden presidency." It's gone up $1.50 in the last 4 months.

Most of the increase during the first year of the Biden administration was due to inflation caused by printing $10 trillion for a fake pandemic, and the supply chain issues caused by the fake pandemic. Keystone didn't even exist anyway, but if we consider the block on drilling permits, that is also a factor, sure, and Keystone might have released some of that pressure. But if we were on the same timeline of steadily increasing price, for Biden's first 13 months it was going up 8 cents per month. In the last four months, it's gone up 38 cents per month.

I don't understand how this is controversial.

CuzEd, rest his soul, was doing this bit, but he was an active Ukraine supporter, just like Mitch McConnell and Dan Crenshaw, going around talking about the Keystone XL.
 

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The basis of the claim of the "American energy independence" narrative-meme was that during Trump's tenure, America became a net exporter of hydrocarbon fuels for the first time since the 1950s.

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Thanks to hydraulic fracking, which began well before Trump, as well as a few other domestic sources that were allowed to be tapped by Trump, America was able to reduce crude imports to the point that while it was still reliant on crude oil imports, those imports had an energy output that was less than that of the other hydrocarbon fuels America was a net exporter of.

America certainly never had crude oil independence, and that's why it's being hit so hard at the pumps right now. It could if it wanted to. The fallout of doing what needs to be done to become a net crude exporter are up there with overturning Roe v. Wade though. It's part of a larger spiritual war we are engaged in with jews and their collaborators. These Gretites are out there doing terrorism against pipelines and pumps on a weekly basis as it is. If we got serious about crude independence they would just burn the country down a third time over (assuming they are going to soon burn it down a second time over aftee yesterday). America it seems is not big enough to accommodate both sensible decisions concerning national reliance on hydrocarbon fuels, and the Greta-cult.
Thanks for the explanation, man. I was trying to get answer on Google, which as you can imagine was a fool's mission. Anything connected to Trump, Biden or the regime in general is now obscured under partisan interests, and it's very difficult to get to the truth of things. And that includes with Trump himself, who wasn't above a sleight of hand, to knowingly mislead - I for example, was under the impression that the USA had achieved crude oil independence, and I know for a fact that this is because of the things that Trump said that had led to me to this conclusion. The fact that the USA isn't crude oil independent, and is going round with a begging bowl to hairy bone-saw camel-jockeys and greasy latino demagogues to try to get some, is an absolute indictment on the genocidal ZOG leadership of the West.
 

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Yes, I didn't understand why AA was posting that graph either, because it shows prices climbing from Biden taking office. Trump used to go on and on about how he made the USA "energy independent". Now, if that was a genuinely true statement, and not some misrepresentation for self-promotion, then any sanctions on foreign countries should not affect energy prices, any increases in prices being the result of a national oil cartel deciding to profit from the global situation and do a bit of price gouging (and then lying about why the prices are going up). I also remember how much it hit the alt-news when the Keystone pipeline was shut down as Biden's first act as president. It was like the Jews wanted to strike at the heart of Trump's energy independence policy. Jews HATE autarky. It makes their ability to be the international broker and money-changer for crucial resources redundant, and it makes the position of national politicians more secure. So someone is lying here - either Trump, Biden or the oil companies.
Please see new chart.

"Energy independence" is just a slogan. Yes, you can become a net exporter of fossil fuels, but you're still locked into global markets regardless, and blocking the export of energy would be illegal under various treaties. Yes, the US can unilaterally cancel treaties, but they're linked to all of these other things, because globalism. If Russia is locked out of the global market, prices necessarily go up. Not just because they produce 10% of the world's crude oil, but also because of natural gas and other commodities. These markets are all tied together.

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Globalism is stupid, I think everyone agrees about that. But it exists, and the United States would starve without it. It would take decades for the US to become an autarky, and even then we'd be behind.

This stuff with "bringing the factories home" is just ridiculous, the way people talk about it. We don't know how to build the machines that build the machines that build things in consumer electronics factories (as one example). To bring these factories home, we would have to pay the Chinese to come show us how to build and operate the factories.

When Trump sanctioned China, China just moved factories to Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, etc. They just packed them up and moved them - and they also moved their own workforce, because paying them to relocate was easier than training locals on how to operate the factories, dealing with language barriers, etc. Mike Pompeo was saying that the factories should move to Southeast Asia, but he had too much fat in his brain to understand the implications of that. It was an inconvenience for China, but all of this stuff you now see that says "made in Thailand" is made in a Chinese owned factory operated entirely by Chinese nationals.

There is no belligerent method for ending America/West's commitment to globalism that doesn't set the West back 200 years. The peaceful way of doing it requires Chinese cooperation, and would still take 20 years. China is running out of reasons they would cooperate. Under Trump, we could have surrendered Taiwan, and demilitarized Japan, South Korea, and Philippines, in exchange for Chinese people teaching us how to build and run factories.
 
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