thedailybell.com / By Staff Report / February 4, 2013
Keystone pipeline decision to languish until mid-June-US source The Obamaadministration’s decision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline will not be made until at least June, a U.S. official said, which would delay the project for months and frustrate backers of Canada’s oil sands. “We’re talking the beginning of summer at the earliest,” said the source, who did not want to be identified due to the sensitive nature of the TransCanada Corp project, which has been pending for more than four and a half years. “It’s not weeks until the final decision. It’s months.” … “The fact the administration is taking its time suggests … that it wants to succeed with an airtight story that pleases the primary concerns of both sides,” said Kevin Book, an analyst at ClearView Energy Partners in Washington. – Reuters
Dominant Social Theme: Fracking is the most important technology since the advent of the oil drill.
Free-Market Analysis: Reuters is signaling that a Keystone Pipeline decision is coming soon. Turning the United States into two separate countries (metaphorically anyway) is an ongoing option that looks to become reality.
Looked at this way, we have a solution to our “fracking dilemma.”
In several articles we’ve raised the point about why fracking – a way of unlocking oil – has become a recognized solution to the world’s artificial oil crisis. It seems to weaken another elite dominant social theme, which is that the world is running out of oil and authoritarian governmental measures must be taken to conserve what we have.
This supports various justifications for more global government, as well. And now it seems that the fracking boom could be partly intended to create what conspiracy theorists call the North American Union.
The North American Union is a union between Canada, Mexico and the United States.
This makes sense within the context of the gigantic Keystone Pipeline that is intended to run from Canada down the length of the United States, from Alberta to Texas, virtually bisecting the US. We went looking for information about the Pipeline and its applicability to the NAU.
Among others, we found an article posted about a year ago and initially published via the Huffington Post by Daniel Tencer entitled, “Keystone XL Pipeline Delay: Were Fears Of A ‘North American Union’ Behind Opposition?”