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Batman Teams with Senator Katherine Laforge to Help Free America from OPEC
Date:3/25/2009

sions Big Oil’s price fluctuation has on fledgling Green Energy producers. In short it is devastating to poorly funded alternative energy companies. Hearne feels that even when Big Oil drops prices below prevailing green energy prices, a moral responsibility remains to buy American made alternative energy if available. As long as we continue to buy imported oil from countries that want our destruction, we become our enemy’s partners in our own destruction. It is OPEC’s tremendous profits that buy the bullets and bombs that maim and kill our sons, daughters, husbands, wives, brothers and sisters in lands that have been at war for centuries.

Hearne shares Batman’s fervent belief that we have the technology available today to free us from Opec’s tentacles but powerful corporate and political factions strive to keep this from happening because it threatens their bottom line or their political power.

An excerpt from Hulagu’s Web where Senator Katherine Laforge talks about freeing us from OPEC’s clutches reads, “The oil industry has become American’s shadow government complete with free use of our arm forces to protect its products and profits. Our service men and women die to protect their profits, and billions in tax dollars are used to support their industry.”
“It is a very gloomy assessment of our government’s marriage to Big Oil,” Katherine offered, “but as repugnant as it sounds, it is where we are today.”

Both Hearne and Kent Batman agree that one method to replace fossil fuels is the use of algae as the crop for the production of biodiesel. Algae can be grown on land unsuitable for food-crops and its annual acre output is from 2000 to 20000 gallons per year depending on the algae strain and how it is grown. Many ind
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