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Hollywood, CA—Phelim McAleer, journalist and director of controversial “pro-fracking” documentary FrackNation, has withdrawn from an International Monetary Fund (IMF) Conference after the organizers censored his presentation and speech.valium for sale
IMF would not allow him to play a clip fromFrackNation that criticized Russia about its opposition to fracking.klonopin online no prescription
“It’s actually unbelievable that a conference by IMF and Oxford University would want to censor one of their speakers to protect one of the wealthiest countries in the world,” McAleer said to the Washington Free Beacon. “Do people really want to go to a conference where opinions on powerful people are censored?”
Phelim was scheduled to give the keynote address on March 20 at the Understanding International Commodity Price Fluctuations Conference.
The problem is that McAleer has been critical of the Russians, who don’t want competition in the global natural gas market. The Soviet Union might be dead, but that doesn’t mean Russia doesn’t maintain some sort of control over the prior SSR’s by being their sole gas supplier. There’s nothing like turning off people’s power supply in the middle of winter to keep them in line.
Just as a side note, the local news tonight reported on a poll that found the majority of New Yorkers are against fracking. Never mind that it will never occur where most of those polled live. When it was broken down by region, a majority in the Southern Tier (where the people will benefit) were in favor of it. I don’t know why anyone north and west of the Hudson River still wants to be a part of this putrid state. It’s getting embarrassing.