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ANWR Decision - First Step In Return To Greatness


By James Donahue

Dec. 27, 2005


When facing high gasoline prices at the pump most Americans might not object to a push by Alaskan Republican Senator Ted Stevens to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) to wildcat oil drillers.


But the issue between ecologists and big business over oil runs deep in America’s spiritual veins and if our legislators make the wrong decision, it could bring about the downfall of the nation, warns Psychic and Prophet Aaron C. Donahue.


Donahue praised the Senate during his Sunday night talk radio show for stopping the Stevens measure last week (56-44), but he warned that the issue probably is not dead. It has been haunting the halls of Washington D. C. for the past five years, brought lobbyists from both sides into play, and has teetered on the very edge of passage, especially since Hurricane Katrina caused extensive damage to the offshore oil and gas rigs along the Gulf Coast.


He warned that this remote region where the Alaskan caribou and other northern creatures roam is probably one of the last places in the world unaffected by human invasion. Even the sounds of aircraft passing overhead are rarely heard on the sweeping landscape where the Gwich’in tribe hunts the caribou as a main source of food and a critical part of their culture.


Donahue said the amount of crude oil under that region is too small to make much of a difference in America’s dependence on world oil. And if they started drilling operations right away, he said it would be at least another ten years before the oil reached U. S. pumps.


For these reasons, he said the ANWR project seems like it is hardly worth the battle that has been raging over it. But Donahue said there is something very spiritual about the decision.


“If the United States could stand up and do something radical for the Earth we could be great again,” he said. “Right now the U. S. is the world shame. The only people who don’t seem to think so are the Christians. And with the Christians now running Washington, we are like a spoiled apple, rotten to the core.”


He said the United States has been on the down slide ever since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. “Each day after that it seemed that we were one more step away from greatness.”


He said he believes ANWR is symbolic of what needs to be done before America regains that greatness once again. “It can be the first step toward a great blessing. That the Senate voted against drilling there represents some hope for the nation.”


The second step toward greatness will be to take the lead in the world movement toward a one-world socialist government.


“We must think of the human race as one race,” Donahue said. “If we want to survive the future we must turn to a socialist form of government. We could be the leaders in this movement,” he said.


“If we don’t join the world and start sharing resources to do something for the planet, we will be lost,” he said. 



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