The Russian Rubicon

02/24/2007

The New Cold War is under way with oil and global currencies being utilized as weapons. The world oil order is morphing from an open “pool” where anyone can buy to a locked source-to-destination system controlled by tight contracts.

Russia leads the charge to exclude the U.S. and the West from these contracts, limiting their sources of oil. This war also threatens the dollar, which has been the basis as a global oil currency but will no longer be required for these contracts. These are conditions over which countries go to war. W. Joseph Stroupe (www.geostrategymap.com) editor of “Global Events” magazine and author of “The Russian Rubicon” joins us.

Then we execute a brief examination of the strange case of U.S. border patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, who were prosecuted for shooting a Mexican drug dealer fleeing into Mexico from the U.S. As more facts come to light about the entire trial, it looks more and more like a “railroad job” than justice. We segue from there to a quick update on the Security and Prosperity Partnership with Dr. Jerome Corsi, Ph.D. (www.worldnetdaily.com).

John’s boralogue is a purvey of geopolitical issues on the move right now.

 

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