Reflections by Comrade Fidel
No rest for the world
Anyone would think that
But that’s not the
case. The United States Secretary of the
Treasury, Timothy Geithner, will be meeting in
The two meetings will take place before the spring assemblies of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, the bodies that govern the world’s finances.
The interesting thing is
that yesterday the Financial Times of
The EFE news agency
quoted the above-mentioned paper as stating that the
The number of exploration wells drilled in the
Only 18 of the evaluation and exploration wells were worked on in the first quarter, which accounts for a 41 percent drop in the total drilling activity, as compared to the same period in 2008.
The UK Oil and Gas Group is even more pessimistic; it has forecast that drilling could fall off this year by 66 percent.
The newspaper adds that
the situation in the
to highly credible sources, on April 4th, during the London Summit
presided over by Gordon Brown, the host of the event, the British prime
minister behaved in a visibly contemptuous manner towards the
How much oil will be
consumed in the world? At what cost? At
what price? Who are the people responsible
for the tragedy? What limits will be placed in
The world does not rest. Neither does Obama.
Fidel Castro Ruz