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  • bluecheese4u bluecheese4u Apr 15, 2013 8:51 PM Flag

    Sweden is now on a new pursuit to become the first completely oil-free economy in the world by 2020

    ...Sweden is now on a new pursuit to become the first completely oil-free economy in the world by 2020...

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    • Personally I hope the Swedish Government makes it. If they do it will help make the world a better place.

    • Yeah, sure thing. GOOD LUCK WITH THE LIBERAL WET DREAM. What are they going to make computers out of, silly puddy? EVERYTHING you eat, touch, consume, rely on EVERY SECOND or EVERY DAY is 1) an oil based product or 2) Has a petroleum chemical or derivative in it or 3) Was delivered or preserved or somehow got to you because of EVIL oil. Simple FACT. Medicine, every household item, every medical ER device that has a plastic in it- which is EVERYTHING, ever piece of electronics from cell phones to tv's to a car's control system, to paint, to construction materials- EVERYTHING. These "swiss" jack wads are full of left wing, pagan eco-religion excrement. Not even close. There is no such thing as being an "oil-free" economy- they'd starve and be dead in less than 6 months.

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    • BFD. The total population of Sweden is about 10 million people, less than the population of NYC. The total population of the US for an example is 320 million

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      • It actually could be a big deal, if Sweden is successful. The impact could expand to other countries who may choose to piggyback on Sweden's solutions, learning from that country's experience.

        Once, the number of people who used cars, or cell phones, light bulbs, electricity, or running water was a lot less than ten million. Acceptance of a new way of life can clearly expand.

        2020 sounds pretty ambitious to me, but I wish them luck - even if it leads my CVX to hit a trailing stop.

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