IRAN SELLS CLEAN FUSION-BASED ELECTRICITY ACROSS SOUTH ASIA
I saw a bottle of wine in the store the other day that was being marketed as "Conspiracy Chardonnay."
It has finally come to this: corruption around the world is so rampant that the whole "conspiracy" concept has become a cool marketing ploy.
So, what if everything we've been told is a lie? What if Iran's nuclear energy program truly is about developing advanced propulsion technologies - and the byproduct is enough electrical energy to power much of South Asia -- and that this is, in fact, what Iran is currently doing: selling clean electricity to about half of its neighbors in the Middle East, according to Veterans Today Senior Editor, Gordon Duff. He adds this is happening right now, much to the consternation of the planetary hydrocarbon energy cartels.
So, what if the *real* problem the US and others have with Iran's nuclear program is that it will collapse the hydrocarbon fuel industry - and all of the industries that run on this antiquated, environmentally-destructive fuel?
That's sure what it's looking like to me...