Oil & Energy Investor by Dr. Kent Moors

The Situation Room: Production, Pipelines, and Politics

by | published April 22nd, 2019

Happy Monday, everybody, and welcome back to another Situation Room briefing. Major geopolitical moves prompted me to make urgent alerts to my paid services for certain profit opportunities that are about to arise.

In the meantime, U.S. oil production continues to rise, but is putting pressure on our pipeline infrastructure. Here’s what else I’ll be watching this week

From Riches to Rags – A Look at Venezuela’s Situation

by | published April 20th, 2019


“War is Peace

Freedom is Slavery

Ignorance is Strength”

~ Big Brother, 1984


Those of you who remember 1984 from your required high school English reading will know that this alternate reality was Orwell’s bleak view of a totalitarian government.

This is a government that keeps itself in permanent war – War is Peace.

Keeps its people in total and perpetual ignorance – Ignorance is Strength.

And revokes all freedom of thought from its subjects – Freedom is Slavery.

Most of all, the government has a figurehead of sorts, Big Brother. The people are supposed to simultaneously fear and love him – a form of doublethink, yet another way of controlling one’s thoughts.

The thing that strikes me the most about this novel, however, is the offense of Thought Crime.

In other words, you could be arrested for something you only thought about.

You might be wondering what this has to do with my normal topics of discussion.

Well, today I’d like to discuss the problem of Venezuela