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MattMarriott



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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2007 8:29 am    Post subject: Oil price: all time HIGH TODAY, 5 day trend indicates - yet Reply with quote

Brent Spot has risen about one dollar a day for the last 5 days.
Now at $77.10, which means it will, with 80pct degree of probability, set a new all time high TOMORROW, after almost one year (1). Wait a moment... did any weekend media did the "math"? (2)

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(1) all time high is $78.64, on Aug. 7 2006. The illuminati were able to postpone the end resorting to the mass murder of unproductive, as explained again March 2006 here:
http://www.goldismoney.info/forums/t32681-us-department-of-energy-doe-first-agency-to-confirm-horrible-truth-4-months-later.html
(2) NYMEX crude is meaningless, price is kept artificially low (3) since it is what is reported by the media for the sheep.
http://www.bloomberg.com/markets/commodities/energyprices.html
From a reply, see in forums below: "I remember the cnn money webpage used to list the brent crude prices. They don't anymore. I wonder why?"
(3) Since the bigger the lie the more people will believe it, these kind of hoaxes are created to cover-up the fact that oil is sold below production costs:
EXXON HOAX: "EARNS MOST PROFIT IN USA HISTORY, $39,500,000,000" to cover-up declining global oil output
http://www.goldismoney.info/forums/t106429-exxon-earns-most-profit-in-usa-history-39500000000-hoax.html
(4) Note the same trick for hiding all time highs is systematically used. For oil prices as for temperatures. Compare the NYMEX crude trick with the 1913 temperatures...
HORRIBLE TRUTH about Earth's maximum recorded temperatures - the 3 Basic Facts - exposed worldwide first
http://end-times-data.blogspot.com/2007/07/earths-maximum-recorded-temperatures-3.html
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2007 12:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ummmm. the price of oil hasn't changed in a long long time. It's the value of
the US Dollar that has declined. All commodities have held their value, and
therefore are up against the US Dollar.

First, your interpretation and claim that oil prices are are "up" is simply not accurate.
Up against what, one must ask themselves. And is it really up, or
is the measure that you are comparing to down? I'll save you the trouble,
the measure of value is DOWN.

Second, do you have any other information (or real data) that would help
prove your claim that there are "declining" oil supplies"?

Lastly, I see the MattMarriott username all over the place. Not that I'm out
there looking, but I do seem to stumble on it serendipitously. So, you here
to try and learn anything, are are you just pissing your propaganda all over
the Web?
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 9:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

US Dollar, Oil: 80 barriers falling - GROTESQUE Media does not indict Friday the 13

Oil
Two quotes from July 13, 2007, The Guardian (3).

Quote:

Speculation in the world's most actively traded commodity, rapidly rising demand and reports that production would slow over the next five years pushed Brent crude up to $77.07 briefly during early-afternoon trading, within $2 of the all-time high of $78.65 set last August.


Oops, It hit $78.90 already July 10. (1)

Quote:

Investors said hedge funds and pension funds were key drivers behind the latest rally. "This rally is very much fund driven," said Graham Sharp, director at Trafigura, a commodities trading group. "The entry of long-only hedge funds into the market is a major factor this time around. We wouldn't rule out Brent hitting $80 this summer."


Hedge funds and pension funds is the fancy name for global output decline.
Back into the Future now is no more 2025 (2). It has been drastically reduced to "this summer".
As long as it is not ... TODAY.
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(1)
http://mispk.dresdner-bank.de/mis/pkportal/MainController?realm=NONE&misaction=initPortrait&app=km&domain=FRAME&rid=BRT-&init=c&instrid=BRT-&chartid=BRT-&instrname=Brent%20DTD&realmN=index_detail&domainN=index_detail%22

(2) "Science fiction - this time into the past", from 2003 - archived 2005
http://web.archive.org/web/20050415004453/http://engforum.pravda.ru/printthread.php3?threadid=49764

(3) http://business.guardian.co.uk/story/0,,2125371,00.html
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 10:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

MattMarriott wrote:

Oil
Two quotes from July 13, 2007, The Guardian (3).

Quote:

Speculation in the world's most actively traded commodity, rapidly rising demand and reports that production would slow over the next five years pushed Brent crude up to $77.07 briefly during early-afternoon trading, within $2 of the all-time high of $78.65 set last August.


Oops, It hit $78.90 already July 10.


more of this crapatola from MM. Ummm, did you also bother to check the US
Dollar against any other commodities or currencies? The USD is declining
against everything.....this is being done on purpose. Keeping the
relationship between the US Dollar and Oil prices static is necessary
to fund US Gov't expenses. The only thing changing in value here is
the Federal Reserve Note.

Gesh, I hate bumping my head up against the wall, but I respond because
I see that this site gets more and more "Guest" traffic....and I no longer
want to leave these misconceptions unanswered.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2007 4:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

$1 daily stage...
Explained 2003 as EU & US & muslim mass media were "explaining" that $35 a barrel was a bubble....

Pravda, one of the few CIA sites that did not delete the TRUTH yet...
http://engforum.pravda.ru/showthread.php3?threadid=77228
Fron link: [I]Reminder: short after the $1 daily stage the illuminati must slaughter the sheep or otherwise be slaughtered.[/I]

Meanwhile ... 84, 85, 86... catching up with the weekend. (1)

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(1) Crude oil for November delivery rose $2.44, or 2.9 percent, to settle at a record $86.13 a barrel at 2:54 p.m. on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Oil reached $86.22, the highest since the contract was introduced in 1983. This is the fifth straight rise. Prices are 47 percent higher than a year ago.

Today's intraday high passed the previous all-time inflation-adjusted record reached in 1981 when Iran cut oil exports. The cost of oil used by U.S. refiners averaged $37.48 a barrel in March 1981, according to the Energy Department, or $84.73 in today's dollars.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2007 2:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

$89.55 - the required slowdown befor barrier broken
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2008 8:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

January 2, 2008 - One day after the 2007 illluminati fireworks come to an end (1), the $100 barrier was finally broken.

But make no mistake: illuminati overtime might still last long enough for the $200 barrier, coming this year. Because the exponential curve (2) on the move allows no more the theater served by the illuminati for the $100 barrier.

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(1) Reminder (references one of the KEY posts in the short story of the web, by Matt Marriott, CNN boards, Kosovo Board, October 11, 1998):
"Science fiction - this time into the past", from 2003 - archived 2005
http://web.archive.org/web/20050415004453/http://engforum.pravda.ru/printthread.php3?threadid=49764

(2) The eight current results are all legit.
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22+exponential+curve+on+the+move%22
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

People seem to forget the fact that gasoline prices at the pump in the USA are 40% cheaper than they were in 1979, inflation adjusted.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 1:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

for a constant value indicator, does anyone know the price of oil in swiss francs over, say, the past 50 years?
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 3:18 pm    Post subject: Now they really have us over a $100 barrel Reply with quote

This is an often overlooked aspect of the situation as well as a diminution of the impact of artificially depressed oil prices until the mid 70's.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 3:37 pm    Post subject: Should we start hoarding......now? Reply with quote

So, how much will gasoline sell for when oil hits $1000 / bbl?

And the production costs won't have risen significantly so.....maybe we should be buying oil stocks....now?

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