Despite optimistic estimates, the market seems to accept peak oil since rich oil companies are not investing in new refineries. The 150-year American expansion explains the military option. Speculation caused the tenfold increase from $10 to $100 a barrel
Today, by mere chance, I remembered that the OAS still exists, when I read a cable posted on the Internet which contained an article by Georgina Saldierna, published in La Jornada, titled “Insulza rules out the possibility of re-admitting Cuba into the OAS”. No one even remembered the OAS. Note how retrograde this line of reasoning is.