EPA: "Our job is to Crucify & Terrorize!"





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Published on May 1, 2012

Anyone who decides to honestly assess what the bureaucrats at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) do, understands that concern for the environment is little more than a false premise that plays well with the ignorant masses. For example, when it comes to ozone emissions, controls being put on companies are not only extremely costly but they are unnecessary.

Rob Roselli has been a student of the environmental movement for many years and has long maintained that it has never been about protecting the environment; it has been about power and control. He points to a recently discovered video from 2010 in which former EPA Region VI Administrator Al Armendariz compares what he did to what the ancient Romans did! Crucify a few to control the many!!!

Except, in Armendariz's sick metaphor, he was referring to oil companies as his innocent victims. Of course, the EPA doesn't view oil companies as being at all innocent so choosing random ones to "crucify" must be acceptable to bureaucrats like Armendariz.

Roselli sees this video as a window into the hidden agenda that hasn't been all that hidden to him at all. "Whenever we see Barack Obama say that under his plan, energy prices will necessarily skyrocket, we get a sense as to why and it's provided by Armendariz."

"The same thing is happening with ozone," Roselli says, "which is not a threat to us in the doses we currently inhale it. Ozone is a very natural molecule in the air and forcing companies to reduce ozone emissions does absolutely nothing for the environment but it does do something for the Eco-whackos; it gives them more power by crucifying businesses into submission. But Armendariz's lust for crucifying others backfired. The world saw him gloating on video over selectively crucifying businesses, leading to Armendariz ultimately crucifying himself, resigning in disgrace.


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