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         BIZARRE NEWS - Wednesday, July 9, 2008
 "Spanning the globe for the weird...strange...and stupid."

Greetings fellow Bizarros:

Here is something to think about. I recently read about a 
guy named Lindsey Williams who wrote a book called 'The 
Energy Non-Crisis' in which he talks about how the current 
gasoline and oil prices are artificially created by an 
international conspiracy designed to keep the United States 
buying oil from certain middle-eastern countries, 
particularly Saudi Arabia. 

He claims that the largest oil field in the world was dis-
covered about twenty years ago just off the northern coast 
of Alaska. Enough oil, potentially, to supply all of North 
America's energy needs for the next two hundred years. 

This discovery was hushed up by the federal government, 
according to Williams, in order to keep us buying our oil 
from the middle-east. But why? 

The theory is that forty years ago Henry Kissinger, acting 
as Secretary of State for the United States, worked out 
deals with certain oil-producing countries, to buy as much 
oil as they could produce and make then wildly rich provided 
that they 1) conduct all oil transactions in U.S. dollars, 
practically guaranteeing that the dollar will be the accepted 
international currency, and 2) that these countries will 
spend a portion of the money WE send them to buy U.S. debt. 

Of course, in the last forty years the U.S national debt has 
gone from $390 billion in 1970 to a ridiculous nine and a 
half trillion dollars today. 

What does that mean to you and me? It means that if Williams 
is right, and the U.S. started producing the majority of its 
energy at home, the middle-east would stop financing our 
debt (with our own money) causing a collapse of the dollar 
and a recession that would make the 1930s look like a tea 

But is it true? 

Interestingly enough...the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge 
(ANWR), where all of this oil supposedly is, first became 
a federal protected area in 1960, and in 1980 an expansion 
of the refuge included 1.5 million acres of the coastal plain 
where Williams claims the discovery was made, requiring 
congressional authorization before oil drilling may proceed. 

It makes you think about who is really responsible for $4.25 



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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> READER COMMENTS <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Lewis, apparently the idea in moving into and taking over 
someone's home is spreading in Alabama. In Decatur, Alabama 
this week a woman returned from extended vacation and noticed 
her door had been forced open. She called the police and then 
entered and found a woman there wearing her clothes. When she 
asked the woman why she was there she replied. "I live here. 
What are you doing here?" When the police got there they 
arrested the woman for breaking and entering. -Jack 
[You know, I have this fantasy where I come home and find 
a strange woman in my bedroom...]

You better print my comment or else I will UNSUBSCRIBE! (but, 
if I Unsubscribe, how will I know if you printed my comment?) 
This is too bizarre. Help I need an expert! --Wolf 
[I've solved your problem, Wolf, I deleted you from the list.]

I keep wondering where you get your reader comments, or where 
the readers get their comments from. I must be missing some-
thing, because the comments never seem to have anything to do 
with what I've read about in recent issues of Bizarre News. 
What is up with that? -jc 
[You mean...just like this comment doesn't have anything to 
do with what has been in recent issues?]

Lewis, I have the most bizarre excuse for being late to work 
ever. I recently had to call the supervisor of my workplace, 
and say, 'Kevin, I know I'm not due in for another 2 hours, 
but I think I'm going to be late. My neighbor's house ex-
ploded about an hour ago, and I don't know when I'll be able 
to get out of my driveway.' I was nearly an hour late for 
work that day, but they didn't penalize me for it. 

YOU have an assistant editor that does a bunch of your work? 
Gee, Lewis.  What do you DO all day?  I could do Bizarre 
News, all by myself, in one day!  Tell me you are in charge 
of more than just Bizarre News. -Sandi 
[Shush up, you! Do you want to ruin things for me here?] 

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