Black Entertainment : Was last Bond movie dropping too Much Science?

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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Was thelast Bond movie presenting some serious info on various levels?

    many Bond movies deal with millionaires and billionaires with wonderful credentials who ae dead set on some serious
    wicked devestation, and usially coming froma secret organization suc as SPECTRE, now the bugged thing about this is PERMINDEX was very real and like the rug launering and spy paying Pakistani bank BCCI, connecting Brown and Root-Cheney, Bin Laden, Bush Adnan Kashogi and others,
    PERMINDEX had Clay Shaw, neo nazi Ferenz Nagy, and representing the Cosa Nostra, the man Mario Puzzo wrote "The Godfather" about; Joseph Bonnano.

    The movie Quantum of Solace , has an agent of the Ipod age SPECTRE, Quantum of Solace,
    Mr Green as a villain seeking global Water domination ,with the foresight that water will be the new precious global resource,
    has also a remarkable resemblance in the script of the movie, to

    Bill Gates and his "humanitarian / genocide program"

    As Green poses as a humanitarian and ecologist, Gates and his genocidal ideologies, hides behind a pseudo charitable agency for Africa.

    But the point that is even more relevant to these times regarding Green is that not only does he have the CIA at his service but the British oligarchy, sees great merit in not questioning his Global morality,

    The water ish is obvious to every day people, but to the Corporatocracy, water has a different,and to them
    "MORE" urgent purpose!

    Published on Thursday, September 23, 2010 by Inter Press Service

    Rising Energy Demand Hits Water Scarcity 'Choke Point'

    by Peter Boaz and Matthew O. Berger

    WASHINGTON - Meeting the growing demand for energy in the U.S., even through sustainable means, could entail greater threats to the environment, new research shows.

    The study was carried out by Circle of Blue, a network of journalists and scientists dedicated to water sustainability, and could have implications not just for the relationship between energy demand and water scarcity in the U.S. but elsewhere in the world, as well. "It is not just that energy production could not occur without using vast amounts of water. It's also that it's occurring in the era of climate change, population growth and steadily increasing demand for energy," explained Circle of Blue's Keith Schneider, who presented the findings in Washington Wednesday.

    "The result is that the competition for water at every stage of the mining, processing, production, shipping and use of energy is growing more fierce, more complex and much more difficult to resolve," he said. About half the 410 billion gallons of water the U.S. withdraws daily goes to cooling thermoelectric power plants, and most of that to cooling coal-burning plants, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

    Meanwhile, climate change is leading to decreased snowmelt, rains and freshwater supplies, says Circle of Blue.

    One of the things missing from the discussion, then, is the recognition that saving energy also saves water, the group contends.

    The U.S. government has not been blind to the conflict between energy and water needs. The first part of a report commissioned by the U.S. Congress in 2005 laid out the consequences of not paying enough attention to water supply issues in increasing energy production. The second part, which would have laid out a research agenda and begun developing solutions, has yet to be made public, says Schneider.

    He says the U.S. Department of Energy has declined repeated requests to explain why the report has not been published.

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    April 21, 2010

    Cochabamba, the Water Wars and Climate Change
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    Here in this small Andean nation of 10 million people, the glaciers are melting, threatening the water supply of the largest urban area in the country, El Alto and La Paz, with 3.5 million people living at altitudes over 10,000 feet. I flew from El Alto International, the world’s highest commercial airport, to the city of Cochabamba.

    Bolivian President Evo Morales calls Cochabamba the heart of Bolivia. It was here, 10 years ago this month, that, as one observer put it, “the first rebellion of the 21st century” took place. In what was dubbed the Water Wars, people from around Bolivia converged on Cochabamba to overturn the privatization of the public water system.


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    "The interests in this country are in cahoots with the interests in France and the interests in Britain. It's one huge complex or combine, and it creates what's known not as the American power structure or the French power structure, but an international power structure."

    El Hajj Malk Shabbazz;

    and his statement seemed to be pointing to something that was behind the scene!

    "The funny thing about us is that we have people everyhwhere"
    Mr White, member of Quanum of Solace
     
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