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A Massive World Set in Motion by Petropolitics

I’ve been thinking of writing about something known as petroleum-politics or Petropolitics.  But, until now I really feel that the subject is fragmented in me so I need to sort my perceptions  into places, first.

In the other hand I doubt if I really have time to think about them, or why should I. Well, if I ever get to post them in here later, I think they might go this way

While "American Imperialism" has been one pole of global conflict, the other pole has shifted. The USSR and the Cold war are gone factors, equation has now pointed to forces that identify itself as Islamism.

  • All about world’s ever pressing need for petroleum, in particular. This is not limited to capitalism as the need for petroleum also involves socialist states.

  • A review of the petroleum industries in the free world, their motivation or nature, that again is not limited to them because in socialist states, state and bureaucracy merely took over, assumed role or assimilated, everything formerly of private capital.

  • The need by capital, to mean both capitalist and socialist in the case now, to exploit resources in traditionally international spaces.

  • The universal natures of politics and politicians of time. The need by states to provide for their people, the need for political-economic-social stability internal to them.

  • Lobby and/or corruption, a symbiotic relation, interests of capital and states have naturally collude become mutually beneficial along lines if not one.

Today's richest government on Earth is building up its military hardwares and flexing its muscles.

  • International conflicts in the race by states to get hold of free territories, the universal natures of people – patriotism and nationalism readily rallying behind states.

  • Added in there are: regional, cultural and racial differences that are generated further with the conflicts. The prospects of neo-global polarization of east-west-black-white, of insurgencies and world terrorism.

Peoples Republic of China - the big foot in the Spratlys, South China Sea

The main engine that drives world’s economy and politics, propelling the world in its present course is Petropolitics.  The thing has contributed much in shaping local and foreign policies of nations. It shaped laws, United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea [UNCLOS] is no different.

This  world has been spinning on an axis called petropolitics. So very natural and perceived to be normal, to many people it’s just the way of the world. Living for the day is man. And that may be dangerous. The dangers of armed confrontation and wars is never been real.

By the way, have you ever wondered why all the fuss about cigarette  smoking when nothing is said about one car out there is 10,000 X more hazardous than one cigarette smoker? Well, that’s because we do not have thing called tobacco-politics with us. The thing is dwarfed, dying, if not already dead.

And look who says what is, or what is not, more important thing in this world. Like, the stride for alternative energies, say hydrogen, for all reasons, can wait.

Maybe I missed lots more than are stuffed in this thing called petropolitics. Maybe somebody should polish and finish the ideas.  But is not everything antedated, antiquated, nowhere in time, thus boring?

Ohh, what me worry. I am not Clark Kent.

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7 Responses

  1. PUT YOUR FEET DOWN ON THE GROUND AND EAT YOUR BRAINS OUT, YOU ARE A NUTHEAD.

  2. You don’t sound like sane to me. Are you suffering from something? May I help? Where what do you find disagreeable in here?

  3. Nga-a sin-o ka gid sa Binalbagan, you do not ever ever threaten me. May lover ka ba sa eurotrash The Sun??? Gamogamo, ha!! Ginapangita mo gamo, asshole!

  4. hmmm 🙂

    If you have watched documentary report in Channel 5 last night, they now send them to Cavite and no longer in Mandaluyong.

    Recommended readings for you here https://rltjs.wordpress.com/no-rails-no-walls-no-borders-2/no-rails-no-walls-no-borders/

    Now if you have anything to say agreeable or disagreeable of anything written in here, please?

  5. You are making me afraid of you.

  6. The people’s republic of China is great I think.

  7. With the means of production in the hands of the state, Chinese government is now richest in the world. PRC government only lends and has no debt.

    I think her people are below standards compared to their counterparts in advanced democracies, but they are above that of the third world.

    Yeah, she is one country being looked-up to by half of the world today.

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