We Cant Please Everybody – The Planet or The Pocketbook


June 25, 2013

Article: We Cant Please Everybody – The Planet or the Pocketbook




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Matthew Johnson

This Keystone XL project has been in the news for some time now. With that being said and noticed on a global scale, the American people have all spoken. Various groups against this project of fueling this hemisphere range from all walks of life from coast to coast. In May, there was reporting (link) of a non partisan group that figured up that about 65% of Americans were actually in FAVOR of this madness for the KXL.

We understand that with oil and gas they will bring along jobs and getting (some) people working again, but if this operation is just to aid into our current addiction of oil and gas, then we see NO future on the horizon for a cleaner, leaner, greener planet. It just will / would not happen.

I would love for all my little cousins and future family that will follow to be able to look back and see the progress that this cultures generation made on the minds of the oil producers and the addicted culture that immediately followed.

By Americans RIDDING this country of our dependence on oil and gas, we then began the wonderful and most creative road to the future of “CLEAN ENERGY” (Yes, breathe it in kids, it is all natural). When this idea is implemented into society, we then begin to fill the road into the world of job creation and the aspects of putting American created products and services back into the mindsets of all who destined to live on this land. Oil and gas have been at the drivers seat for a while, creating environmental problems in the process. It is time for a driver swap, and this particular driver can be sustained cleanly, and possibly far longer behind along with cleaning up the messes of the past.

Wind turbines, solar panels, and alternative fuels such as the grease.com company that provides kits to ordinary engines that transforms vegetable grease into a useful source of clean fuel, all of these sources of innovation for providing energy and cleaner solutions for a healthier planet are not only commercially, physically and environmentally  beneficial, they also please the spiritual aspect of your own backyard. 

Our land is our existence, and if the land is out of shape, we humans remain out of shape as a human collective. Our days of oil and gas are slowly coming to an end, due to the change in the culture and our overall agenda as Earthlings living on this planet. Healthier foods, energy, products, and medicines are soon to be re-evaluated for fitting into this changing global society.

Bye-bye gas pump fill up, hello self sustaining solar systems.




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