The caller thought he could soften our resolve as he defended oil companies by claiming he was a donor. But he could not find an argument for their inhumaneness.
Oil companies are parasites.
The caller attempted to silence me, claiming to be a donor to our radio station. He took exception to my disdain for the #oilcompanies executives and my willingness to entertain their #nationalization to stabilize prices for the “legally robbed” Americans. It is the only way to resolve their greed using a resource we should all own.
The caller called my comments ludicrous and simplistic for considering the nationalization of oil companies to stabilize prices. He said that I was espousing hate upon the oil company workers. I pointed out that my disdain applied only to the executives who are parasites sucking every dollar they can from the masses because they can.
I explained the fact that there was never a petroleum shortage. The fact that Saudi Arabia took 2 million barrels of oil off the market in November of 2022, along with much of what I explained in my article “Exposed oil scam the corporate oil cartel will hate: Politics Done Right on Muslim Network T.V.,” a few months ago.
We have tried healthcare and energy in the free markets. We are extrapolating MSNBC’s Ali Velshi’s statement that healthcare does not work well in the free market or energy. It is necessary, but the for-profit motive makes it unstable and subject to price swings caused mainly by manipulation.
Venezuela is floating on the largest reserves of oil in the world. Yet, for political reasons, we turn a blind eye to Saudi Arabia and not Venezuela. Nope. It is a business decision.
Oil companies are making record profits on inflated prices on purported shortages that never materialized at the pump. It is legalized theft because they have pricing power on a resource we must have.
And did they take that record profit and invest in alternative energy sources or foster innovations? Nope! Many bought back stocks. As I have mentioned before, obscene profits by oil companies and big pharma do not generate innovation. The innovators are not the ultra-rich. They are you and me who love innovating. And we are, in the aggregate, paid for our jobs one time as the parasitic executives are paid by our innovation repeatedly as they gouge the masses.
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