According to Obama/ Soros, the Plandemic Must Continue: Joe Biden Now Has His Orders. Biden’s White House Blocks New Atlantic and Pacific Ocean Drilling as Global Energy Demand Soars. The Price of Gasoline or Diesel Will Now Range From $8.00 to $10.00 per Gallon. It’s Gonna Get Ugly

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The Plandemic Must Continue: Joe refuses: As global energy demand rises, Biden's White House prohibits new Atlantic and Pacific Ocean drilling.

As the globe seeks additional energy from sources other than Russia, the Middle East, and the OPEC oil cartel, US President Joe Biden has recommended a moratorium on all new drilling in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

According to Breitbart News, Biden is also pushing to ban oil and gas development and production on federal lands while recognizing the necessity of fossil fuels in the U.S. energy landscape.

According to a proposal presented on Friday, the White House recommended no more than ten prospective lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico, an option for one potential lease sale in the northern half of Alaska's Cook Inlet, and no lease sales in the Atlantic or Pacific planning regions between 2023 and 2028.

The Board of Ocean Energy Management of the Department of the Interior said that any area or sale not included in the plan would be off-limits for the next five years. According to UPI, this is not a final determination on which sales will be included. early this year at a congressional session Democrats pressed Biden to do more to prevent offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos chastised  Joe Biden for directing petrol outlets to reduce prices at a time of "conflict and global risk." On Sunday, Bezos resorted to social media to express his displeasure with the White House. He also sought to educate Biden some fundamental market concepts and advised him to quit blaming pricing.

He said on Twitter: "Ouch. The White House is much too concerned about inflation to keep making claims like these. It's either outright misrepresentation or a fundamental misunderstanding of market dynamics."

While he acknowledged that the world may "get fortunate" with the introduction of nuclear fusion power, which has yet to materialize, Frost replied by conceding that the government has not demonstrated a strong enough interest in investing fully in conventional nuclear power in the first place.

The Plandemic in the United Kingdom

Lord David Frost has said that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government's far-left objective of reducing carbon emissions to "net zero" by 2050 would result in energy rationing.

According to the former senior Brexit negotiator, the conviction that Britain committed the "original sin" by launching the Industrial Revolution and polluting the planet has pushed its so-called Conservative administration to pursue unachievable green policies that would lead to energy rationing in the future.

"Either the net zero aim must develop, or coercive demand control and rationing must be implemented," Lord Frost wrote in The Telegraph.

The former Brexit negotiator, who resigned from the government over disagreements with Johnson over coronavirus lockdowns and the green agenda, warned that due to battery storage limitations, people and businesses will struggle to afford the transition to so-called renewable energy sources such as wind or solar.

"Because battery technology is inadequate, you must operate a parallel gas grid, which is less efficient than gas on its own because it must be turned on and off when the wind blows." Obviously, this will be more costly, and the more renewables you have, the more expensive it becomes. That is why it is just false to assert that ""As many people believe, gas is costly while wind is free," Frost remarked.

Alternatively, the Brexiteer said that the aim of obtaining net-zero carbon emissions might be accomplished by crushing demand for energy via efficiency measures such as residential insulation, but he cautioned that the cost would be high: "£25-30 billion annually till 2050 (5-6p on income tax unless individuals are forced to pay themselves)."

Lord Frost ended, saying: "I dislike both poverty and arbitrary constraints on human desire and ability, and when you don't have enough energy, you get a lot of both. That is why we must shift course right now. We want an energy strategy that provides electricity at an affordable cost whenever it is required, since an advanced economy will not remain advanced for long."

The government's Business and Energy Secretary, Kwasi Kwarteng, is scheduled to make a judgment on the future of fracking in the United Kingdom. This comes while Europe remains mired in an energy crisis.

According to official estimations, the natural gas supplies in the Bowland Shale may offer 50 years of energy at present use.

However, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has yet to relax the prohibition on fracking, which was imposed because to false worries that it might trigger earthquakes. Instead, Kwarteng has only begun an investigation to see whether the government would remove the restriction.

Despite the fact that the UK receives much less energy from Russia than the rest of Europe, gasoline and energy costs have continued to climb. The Bank of England has warned that the price restriction on family energy will be raised again in October to £3,000, which may result in up to 11% inflation.

Return to the United States:

According to a study of 1,271 registered voters conducted on June 28-29, 33 percent have actively adjusted their travel plans for this holiday weekend owing to continually high gas costs.

Biden has often attributed the rise in gas prices on Russian President Vladimir Putin, referring to it as "Putin's Price Hike."Despite his campaign commitment to always accept responsibility and not blame others, the White House often uses the word.

The Oval Office

This isn't the first time Biden has made a direct appeal to "gas station businesses," stressing in a speech on June 22 that "these are not typical times.""So, let's be real with one other. My message is straightforward. To the firms who control gas stations and set pump prices: This is a period of war, global crisis; Ukraine. "These are not ordinary times," Biden said.

"Reduce the price you charge at the pump to reflect the cost you pay for the product." Do it right now. Do it right now. Your clients, the American people, need immediate assistance.


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