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Porter Stansberry and Alex Jones push 'next oil boom'
You can't imagine how disappointed I was to hear two people I would
consider fellow patriots for freedom promoting oil and gas as the real energy
solution, when we need their support for these emerging exotic free energy
technologies that need investment and other support. Let them know of your
disappointment as well.
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For years, I've been a fan and have been promoting Alex Jones and his Infowars show.
See our feature page at PESWiki.
lamented that they give hardly a breath to supporting the emerging exotic free
energy technologies, but I understand that each of us have our specialties and
areas of focus, and are not going to be as "awake" in other areas.
But today I was utterly disappointed as I listened to this interview between Porter
Stansberry and Alex Jones.
The first part was great. Porter is obviously very
awake about the political conspiracy to turn the U.S. into a tyranny, and remove
it as the primary obstacle to the emergence of the Orwellian police state, New
But then, starting at 29:14,
he launches into a passionate diatribe about "the good news really is
focused on oil and gas," talking about the promise of deep oil gushers and
fracking; and he lambastes solar, wind, electric cars and
the whole "green" thought process.
And what really got me was how much Alex was right there with him, making fun of
those environmentally-motivate things, and promoting oil and coal as the true promise of America and the
The point they made about how coal-powered grid-based electric vehicles put out
more CO2 than petrol vehicles is a good one; as is the ridiculousness
of some of the solar and wind farms when it comes to return on investment and
true costs. But they didn't balance that with the hidden costs of mining the
coal and digging the oil and fracking for natural gas, not to mention the
pollution the emit.
The main point that they both seem oblivious to is that the corrupt powers, who
are using the environmental push to support more government regulations, carbon
taxes (we agree so far), also do not support energy solutions that truly
remedy these problems but stand in the way of their emergence because they
empower people and render the corrupt powers that be obsolete. So, yes, the
corrupt powers that be love to promote solutions like solar and wind, because
they will never compete price-wise with polluting energy sources. But they don't
touch solutions that will be cheaper, portable, and clean; because the corrupt
powers that be are about increasing their control over people, not empowering
Porter Stansberry appears to be completely unaware of the many promising
technologies we track here in our news, that we call "exotic free
energy" -- "exotic", because they are not acknowledged by the
mainstream as legitimate; and "free energy", because you don't have to
pay for the wheelwork of nature. The devices that harness the power are not
free, but in many of these emerging modalities, they are looking like they are
going to be very affordable -- cheaper than any conventional energy devices, and
portable, in many cases. It will open a new revolution, and supporting them is a
peaceful way to promote the "heaven on earth" that we all would like
Here's the interview. The oil push starts at 29:14.
Stansberry Research should be looking into solutions like Solar
Hydrogen Trends, Inc., who is looking for investment to build a
manufacturing plant for their 400+ times over unity Hydrogen production system
(that really has nothing to do with "solar" in the usual sense of that
word). Spend a few thousand to have the proper validation of the
technology, and if it checks out, support the next huge revolution.
Or Focus Fusion, or
Hydrogine, or YMNEE, or
Power, or Brillouin, or
Defkalion, or the
E-Cat. There are so many very interesting companies.
Give us some funding so we can more expertly vet these things for you and
Don't go backward into deep oil, fracking, pipelines, tar sands, etc. Sheesh.
When I listened to you two gush over oil and gas, while lambasting renewable
solutions, and giving no mention to the emerging exotic free energy
technologies, something triggered inside of me, and now I find that I don't want
to watch Infowars at all any more. RT is amazing, Natural News, We Are Change,
Ben Swann, Gary Hendershot's weekly, and others. Thankfully there are options.
I'll definitely be paring down from Infowars being my majority source. I'm
deeply disappointed -- even shocked. It feels almost like a Benedict Arnold
moment for me, personally; to find that a group I had considered an ally in the
larger cause is so much in the enemy camp on energy.
Free Energy is all about freedom. Oil and Gas is all about control (and
If you've got a device in the trunk of your car that enables you to drive an
unlimited distance without stopping for fuel, that's freedom. Ditto for flying.
Ditto for powering your house, devices, etc. And when these things become
available at a price point that everyone can afford, that's power to the people.
But yes, we need an ethical/moral revolution to accompany the free energy
revolution, lest we just use these new technologies to blow each other up or
further trash the planet. When you can now live anywhere on earth, and grow food
anywhere, the possibilities become endless -- as does the need for
responsibility in how that freedom is used.
Freedom without responsibility leads to chaos.
Call to Action
Reseach and Infowars
and let them know of your disappointment that they are totally missing out on
the true future of energy. It is not in polluting energy sources, but in free
energy from the wheelwork of nature, everywhere present, inexhaustible, clean,
Here's an email I'm sending them:
I enjoyed listening to the first part of
your interview with Alex Jones
I am a leading expert in the area of exotic free energy (harvesting the
wheelwork of nature in ways that are not yet acknowledged by mainstream
science -- partially because they are blackballed politically, not
Therefore, I must say that I was very
disappointed that someone as awake as you are would be promoting
investment in polluting energy sources when there are some amazing
exotic free energy technologies emerging that need investment money.
You should use your clout to promote a clean
future, not to reinforce the petrol dollar. You should have at
least one of your trusted staff become an expert in this subject so
you can refer your investor audience in a better direction.
True, the charge toward "sustainability" has been used by the
corrupt powers that be to get people to have a rallying point for things
like carbon taxes; but they never support the true
solutions that will give energy more cheaply than conventional energy
Exotic Free Energy is going to be the next
huge wave. It's all about POWER TO THE PEOPLE, because these
technologies empower people; and that is one of the reasons the corrupt
powers that be have been suppressing them.
I'm very surprised you're not awake and
serving as an advocate on this one yet.
You should have me give a presentation to your audience about these
promising technologies. Give me at least 10 minutes in front of your audience.
We could use financial support so we can more better vet and support
these amazing breakthroughs coming forward.
| Sterling D. Allan,
| (Pure Energy Systems) PES Network, Inc., CEO
| "The best news and directory service on the net
| regarding exotic free energy technologies."
| New Energy Systems Trust (NEST), Founder
| Profile: http://SterlingDAllan.com
| Phone: +1-801-407-1292 (mountain time)
| Ephraim, Utah, USA
| "The government's job is to protect freedom, not
control our lives."
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