From the Inside Flap
In Black Gold Stranglehold, Jerome R. Corsi and Craig R. Smith expose the fraudulent science that has been sold to the American people in order to enslave them: the belief that oil is a fossil fuel and a finite resource. On the contrary, this book presents authoritative research, currently known mostly in the scientific community, that oil is not a product of decaying dinosaurs and prehistoric forests. Rather, it is a natural product of the earth. The scientific evidence cited by Corsi and Smith suggests that oil is constantly being produced by the earth, far below the planet's surface, and that it is brought to attainable depths by the centrifugal forces of the earth's rotation.
In great detail Corsi and Smith explore the international and domestic politics of oil production and consumption. This includes the wealth and power of major oil conglomerates, the manipulation of world economies by oil-producing states and rogue terrorist regimes, and the political agenda of radical environmentalists and conservationists who obstruct the use of oil reserves currently controlled by the U.S. government. The authors offer an understanding of the dangerous situation America faces because its currency is no longer tied to any precious and truly scarce metals such as gold, as it was until 1973. This situation could easily lead to the devastation of the U.S. economy if Middle Eastern countries are able to enact current plans to accept only the Euro or gold-backed currencies such as the Gold Dinar instead of the U.S. dollar as the standard currency for oil.
Black Gold Stranglehold will dramatically change the debate about oil. The significance of its message is sure to cause thoughtful people to reconsider the current dependence of the U.S. economy on imported oil.
From the Back Cover
We are not running out of oil now, and we may never run out of it.
Today we have more proven oil reserves than ever before in human history, despite decades of increased consumption.
The United States has enough oil offshore and in Alaska to be oil independent for decade to come.
The money Americans spend on gas ultimately funds radical terrorist regimes and their supporters in the war against America.
Illegal immigrants are allowed to flood our southern border in order to keep the oil flowing from Mexico.
Carbon dioxide, the bogeyman of the radical environmental movement, is the "food" of plants and trees.
If we grow more trees, they will "consume" the carbon dioxide released by automobiles.
Scientific evidence suggests that in the coming decades the earth is as likely to cool as it is to warm.
"Global warming" is a scientific hoax at the center of the radical political agenda of environmental extremists.
After reading Black Gold Stranglehold, you will never think the same way about oil. If you think oil is fossil fuel, be prepared to be challenged. If you think we are running out of oil, be prepared for some shocking research you've never heard about. If you think the world is warming up because we are burninig gasoline in our cars, you will be surprised to learn that many scientists disagree.