So why the lack of any rush by the media to reach the American public with the alternative energy messages? The media need to tell the public why Washington politicians, automobile manufacturers, oil companies and energy-based nonprofit organizations are reluctant to market ethanol with the same competitive ferocity they display to market cars, Hummers and SUVs?
BOCA RATON, FL (PRWEB) May 11, 2004
WhenÂs the public protest about high gas prices going to happen?
How have the media handled the issue? TheyÂve ignored it. They report on terrorism, but forget the vital link to terror mongers. They report on high gasoline prices, but donÂt address the necessary conclusion that weÂre suffering the consequences of an ill-advised blood-for-oil conflict.
They report on the Iraq War, but dance around connecting the dots between terrorism, foreign oil and pipeline politics thatÂs been threatening America for decades.
Tell us, Peter Jennings, how can the Average Joe kick-start the switch from overpriced gasoline to ethanol, solar, wind and other alternative powers?
Please, Bill OÂReilly, if youÂre going to rant and rave, do so about something that will help America. Rail about the oil barons who suck American greenbacks and feed them to their bastard terrorist stepchildren.
Geraldo Rivera, get your nose out of shipwrecks and talk about the need for a new generation of pump patriots Â citizens willing to stand up and cry out for change in politicians personal political agendas.
Without an informed emotional edge, the public canÂt get the protest ball rolling to ignite a revolution, one that will save the nation from more years of terror fears and gasoline price and supply shock.
FOIL Â the Foreign Oil Independence League Â has been that one voice. With unconventional billboards, posters, bumper stickers, decals, newspaper ads and Internet stories, it has brought to the publicÂs attention many times the need for ÂMade-in-the-USAÂ energy resources.
"So why the lack of any rush by the media to reach the American public with the alternative energy messages? The media need to tell the public why Washington politicians, automobile manufacturers, oil companies and energy-based nonprofit organizations are reluctant to market ethanol with the same competitive ferocity they display to market cars, Hummers and SUVs?" asks Stan Cotton, founder of FOIL
True public-spirited media can show their commitment to social causes generally by actively supporting the pivotal American issue of energy independence.
America needs gutsy people and provocative media to get the word out and the job done.
FOIL will provide the grist. ÂMad as HellÂ Americans must offer the muscle.
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FOIL has been using one creative campaign after another to get across the idea that energy other than whatÂs generated by petro-fuels is needed to get America off its foreign oil diet and to return sanity, safety and homeland security to the USA.
Joinfoil PR awareness campaign releases
98.2% of AMERICANS FAVOR HIGHER GAS PRICES
KEEP GAS PRICES HIGH FOR TERRORISTS SAKE
IN YOUR FACE PATRIOTISM:
GET OFF YOUR GAS
DITCH POLITICAL CORRECTNESS
WAVE THE WHITE FLAG OF SURRENDER TO OIL COMPANIES