Note from Webmaster
The above statistics were obtained
by eRumors that reflected an e-mail that was circulated in
2000 that suggested Americans should consider only buying
gasoline and engine oil products from those companies that
had not purchased crude from the Middle East.
They acknowledge, however, there
were no published results that could be found that attributed
this effort with any success in discouraging the purchase
of products from oil companies that were using crude from
the Middle East. Click
here to see their report.
We thank Jim of NJ for bringing
this important matter to our attention. In turn, we have contacted
the DOE via e-mail and requested the page where this report
would be located for the year 2004, not able to find it through
several searches on the DOE's immense and intimidating site.
To see the DEO's report
on how boycotting companies that purchase oil from the Arabs
can help to free America from their stanglehold on its usage
of oil, read its discouraging report below, proving again
that freedom is knowledge.
on Gasoline Sources and Markets
to see oil imports by company from the Persian Gulf 2004,