Oil Disruptions Threaten National Security
by Anthony L. Kimery
Monday, 18 August 2008
' ... once a crisis occurs, America's hands are tied'
Editor's Note: This is Part One of a two-part series that explores US energy security. Part One examines the possibility and impact of a prolonged disruption of foreign oil imports to the US.
This past year, the Office of Director of National Intelligence presciently warned US lawmakers that the inevitable escalation of global competition between the world’s superpowers for dwindling strategic oil and gas reserves could devolve into the most important geo-strategic antagonism of the 21-Century, with horrific consequences for US homeland and national security.
Al Qaeda's Forest Gump
Syed Hashmi, a 29-year-old US citizen and former student at Brooklyn College NYC , is in solitary at the Federal Pen NYC on charges of providing material support to Al Qaida. Hashmi could face as much as 70 years in prison. In June 2006, Hashmi was arrested by British security personnel at Heathrow Airport, where he was waiting for a flight to Pakistan where he was to visit relatives. Eleven months later, Hashmi was extradited to the US, where he was placed in the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan under isolation.
Obama's Fascist police push ABC reporter off public sidewalk, across street where five cops gang up on him--dig the cop with the cigar putting the choke on--
The reporter was on the trail of the Obama money-man who is paying off John Edward's mistress, and Andrew Young the patsy who is claiming to have fathered John Edward's child with the mistress--
Behold the first inkling that Obama is a demagogue who will trample the Constitution, break eggs to make Bill Ayers' omelet of Communism--