Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Obama drops more hints of his dark-age agenda

Washington – U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday visited a wind-turbine plant near Philadelphia to push his proposals for energy security and he warned that "it won't be easy" to achieve independence from foreign oil imports.

"I think that what you do here is a glimpse of the future, and it's a future where America is less dependent on foreign oil, more reliant on clean energy produced by workers like you," Obama told employees of the Spanish firm Gamesa.

Note that he didn't show up at a factory that produces truly modern, inherently safe nuclear power plants or at a fusion research center. He showed up where he could drop a hint of his true, dark-age agenda, which doesn't include a civilization capable of producing or maintaining nuclear power plants, although it does include the capability to maintain solar panels and windmills, but nowhere near enough to support the current population at the current standard of living.