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Brown Tells Opec To Increase Production

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OPEC should tell the racist Labour party ******* to get lost.

the nerve of them. dont you think we should start thinking about cutting consumption ?

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SHOVE THIS GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND UP YOUR ****

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They don't have to: OPEC's production is already basically maxed out... they're not going to listen to some stupid little toad from the UK telling them to increase it.

But the economic crash definitely seems to be heading from Denial to Pass The Buck at this point.

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They don't have to: OPEC's production is already basically maxed out... they're not going to listen to some stupid little toad from the UK telling them to increase it.

But the economic crash definitely seems to be heading from Denial to Pass The Buck at this point.

Is this Brown publicy pleading for more fuel to keep his boom going ?

He must take his share of blame for Iraq also.

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OPEC should tell the racist Labour party ******* to get lost.

the nerve of them.

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SHOVE THIS GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND UP YOUR ****

I was particularly narked by his call for 'lower oil prices for the long term...'

There is no long-term in oil! It's running out!

This is what happens when you don't invest in sustainable energy sources; we are one of the worst countries in Europe for alternative/sustainable energy infra structure. Who's gonna buy a gas powered car when there are hardly any places to top up your tank?

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Is this Brown publicy pleading for more fuel to keep his boom going ?

He must take his share of blame for Iraq also.

Gordon Brown is totally complict in the Iraq fiasco. Didn't he say that no matter what price it took, he would always fund the Iraq war. He is an absolute *******.

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I don't think even Gordon would have made this statement if there wasn't a lot of talking going on behind the scenes with other countries. He is the mouthpeice for something much more organised. I would love to know what... it just feels like dripfeeding to me. <_<

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They don't have to: OPEC's production is already basically maxed out... they're not going to listen to some stupid little toad from the UK telling them to increase it.

Indeed, at these prices every OPEC member is busting quotas trying to cash in! Still doesn't seem to affect the price though, such is demand.

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Indeed, at these prices every OPEC member is busting quotas trying to cash in! Still doesn't seem to affect the price though, such is demand.

The point is that the extra oil Opec can produce right now in not the right kind - in layman's terms, it needs too much refining. There's really very little in the short term that Opec can do about this.

Industry analysts have seen this problem coming for at least two years, if not five. Governments here and in other consumers should have been giving oil companies incentives to invest, not using them as a piggy bank. Then we wouldn't be in this mess.

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You're right. Brown is trying to get his excuses in first and find a scapegoat for the economic carnage ahead.

It's also a neat stage to present the political case for massive development of Iraqi oldfields by American and British companies.

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It's also a neat stage to present the political case for massive development of Iraqi oldfields by American and British companies.

Agree completely with every 'f**k GB' comment here...I cannot believe for one second that this low, cunning, disingenious man is with his marching armies of advisors etc is unaware of the fact that production is already maxed out, and that the current prices are basically as good as it is going to get from now on!

If he really is unaware of the real situation, then good grief God help us all.

I am not sure which is scarier. :blink: Again we are forced to conclude that our leaders are either deceiving us (to whatever end) or they are massively incompetent. :(

He is definitely using the high oil price to shunt blame away from his chronic mismanagement. I am getting really fed up with government always taking full credit when the economy is doing well ('oh yes, entirely a result of our sound macroeconomic blah blah whatever'), but when it starts to turn whiffy, suddenly government starts insisting that factors beyond their control are to blame, and they can't do anything about it.

w*nkers.

also, did anyone notice the severe lack of Tony in tonights BBC news reports? All we got was thrusting GB with his sharp hand movements (like an Aussie rules football judge) telling it like it is...so firm, so manly, so in control, so dependable.....

.....so so so a c*nting disaster for our country. When the dust settles history will judge him.

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The point is that the extra oil Opec can produce right now in not the right kind - in layman's terms, it needs too much refining. There's really very little in the short term that Opec can do about this.

Indeed, extra capacity from Saudi is heavy sour, that doesn't bode well for the future.

OPEC are pumping all they can, if only for their own interests ($$$). But OPEC members have long memories and they don't want to invest in production, they still remember the $12-15 oil of 1998.

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He really believes he's an important player on the World stage.

I suspect to many of the real power brokers in this world he is seen as an irritant from a fast failing small island off the coast of Europe.

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He really believes he's an important player on the World stage.

Although he can fudge and spin things in this country, no one else in the world gives a toss about what he thinks.

All those soon to be paupers who think the sun shines out of his nether-regions will be wanting to string him up from a lampost before long.

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He really believes he's an important player on the World stage.

I suspect to many of the real power brokers in this world he is seen as an irritant from a fast failing small island off the coast of Europe.

He's an idiot and a fool

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This is like when a child bangs his head on a table or such, for want of anything better to do, she slaps the table and says "naughty table, dont ever hit my child again"

He can no more issue demands to OPEC than the mother to the table.

Brown wants to deflect flak from the real issues as usual, and so addresses this patronising demand at no-one in particular.

Spin and rhetoric as usual, however of late it has been getting more flimsy and poorly propped up.

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I was particularly narked by his call for 'lower oil prices for the long term...'

There is no long-term in oil! It's running out!

This is what happens when you don't invest in sustainable energy sources; we are one of the worst countries in Europe for alternative/sustainable energy infra structure. Who's gonna buy a gas powered car when there are hardly any places to top up your tank?

Not only are we pi55 poor at sourcing alternatives, but we are probably (apart from maybe Holland) the densly packed Euro country, this means loads of people demanding large energy resources we simply cant cope.

No quotas/restictions on illegals, population to increase by over 6M by 2035 (almost entirely due to immigration), this country is going down the bog.

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