The Real Root of Today's Energy and Financial Crisis
SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) October 20, 2008
Joseph LaStella, President of Green Star, noted that it was of national interest to release this video immediately along with a chapter titled "The Real Root of Today's Energy and Financial Crisis" from his new book titled "National Birthright" to be released within the next few months. The immediate release of the video and this chapter was prompted by national events including stock market volatility, current elections and the fact that the U.S. Senate recently held hearings to determine the root of the real estate collapse which preceded the stock market and economic turmoil that exists today.
This chapter of Mr. LaStella's book clearly traces back to the beginning of the domino effect that started the U.S. economic decline. Mr. LaStella has been writing editorials for many years based on detailed scientific, technological and economic factors which have predetermined the state of events today. His predictions have been astonishingly precise in determining events such as high oil prices, high commodity prices, fuel versus food, energy shortage, etc. Mr. LaStella a few years ago stated, "We are at least 10 years too late in addressing these problems. The question is no longer if these events are going to happen, but when and how bad." Unfortunately, these predictions have now become reality and we were unprepared for them.
For many years, Mr. LaStella has positioned his company, Green Star Products, to take advantage of this situation if in fact his predictions were correct. Green Star has long planned to be at the right place, at the right time and with the right technologies to help avert some of these problems. These technologies include:
Non-food based biodiesel from algae and other non-food crops, which will eventually replace the diesel needed to run our transportation industry. Cellulosic ethanol biofuel, which is based on non-food crops and waste feedstock such as agriculture and municipal waste, rice stalks, wood waste, switchgrass, etc., to replace gasoline. Further, it should be noted that several countries in the European Union produce as much as 20% of their electricity from biogas from agricultural and municipal waste products. Currently in the United States, we virtually produce zero percent electricity from these valuable waste product sources. Green Star and its consortium of partners are on the cutting edge of all these waste-to-energy technologies.
Wall Street, Capitol Hill and our presidential candidates should review the one-minute video and read this exciting chapter available at josephlastella.com and greenstarusa.com, which have been released to national media networks. The book can be pre-ordered by emailing a request to email@example.com.
Green Star Products, Inc. (OTC:GSPI) is an environmentally friendly company dedicated to creating innovative cost-effective products to improve the quality of life and clean up the environment. Green Star Products and its Consortium are involved in the production of green sustainable goods including renewable resources like algae biodiesel and clean-burning biofuels, cellulosic ethanol and other products, as well as lubricants, additives and devices that reduce emissions and improve fuel economy in vehicles, machinery and power plants. For more information, see Green Star Products' Web site at http://www.GreenStarUSA.com, or call Public Relations at 1-800-741-7648 and 1-800-340-9784, or fax 619-789-4743, or email info@GreenStarUSA.com. Information about trading prices and volume can be obtained at several Internet sites, including http://www.pinksheets.com, http://www.bloomberg.com and http://www.bigcharts.com under the ticker symbol "GSPI."
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