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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Jeffrey J. Mathews has created a new web site and video that can help you create real fuel competition, starting with your own car. Sales from the video will help fund a documentary about fuel competition in America. Check out the web site here:

KeepGasCheap.com

You can keep in touch with the project by subscribing here. On the web site's informative about page, it says:

There is no question that imported oil has drained trillions of dollars out of our economy for the past 40+ years. We can become 100% energy independent just like the nation of Brazil is today. Every U.S. President since Nixon has stated that we need to become energy independent but absolutely nothing has been done in over four decades. The U.S. government is not going to take any initiative to solve the problem. The oil companies are not going to solve the problem because half of Big Oil’s enormous profits come from imported oil. It will be up to “We the People” to solve this problem for ourselves. That is why it is my desire to gain public support for an open fuel standard, one that mandates multiple fuels be available to Americans so that we will never need to import oil ever again.

Several years ago I decided that I would one day drive across the country, from coast to coast, using only domestically produced ethyl alcohol as my fuel of choice and that this event would be recorded as a documentary film for all the world to see.

I have prepared an informative 20-minute video just for you, called Fuel Competition (watch the trailer here). The purpose of Fuel Competition is two-fold:

1) To demonstrate by my own example how you can get completely off of imported oil and how to find fuel in your community that is domestically sourced. (Hint: you won’t find any available from the franchisees of the big name-brand oil companies.)

2) I must earn the money I will need for the cross-country, full-feature documentary film. According to Kevin Knoblock, it is going to cost me a minimum of $300,000 to produce this film.

Even though it cost me thousands of dollars to produce, I have priced my Fuel Competition film at $1.29 so that every person, regardless of income status, can afford to buy it. Fuel Competition is a short film that you need to see because I provide valuable information that you can use to empower yourself to eliminate your use of imported oil and save you money every time you fill your tank.

1 comments:

Adam Khan July 17, 2015 at 1:40 AM  

To my friends at OFS:

Why support CNG as an alternative fuel given all the damage to the environment and people’s lives it has caused and is still causing – even worse? Yes we have to replace importated petroleum products. There are alternatives and you know what they are. But Fracking CNG is not one of them. One of the fastest growing fuels is produced from biogas that when cleaned up becomes renewable natural gas (RNG). Please change the CNG pump in the new pump picture to CRNG or CNG/CRNG if you have to show CNG. Don’t you think leaving out CRNG is wrong? So please fix that for all of us ASAP.

I would like to read your reaction to my email if you can. Thank you in advance.

Best wishes,

Gere Johansing

Paul G. “Gere” Johansing, Jr.
Director
The GenPark Group
710 Overlook St.
Escondido, CA 92027
gere@genparkgroup.org
Voice-Cell: 619-300-9222

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