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The Truth About me

February 7, 2013

I am writing these because some people are using the internet to extort money out of me by smearing me on the internet with false posts about me unless I pay them off. These postings about me are wrong and they seem determined to do me as much injury as possible to me without knowing who I am. I am available to speak with anyone directly in informing them correct facts. It makes for a great story about the evil oil person who is trying to do bad things  but I am afraid the opposite is true because no one to date had heard my story and been told the correct facts.

I have kept silent to date because quite frankly it is too painful and I have just ignored all of this nonsense. However their postings to make me a villain have hurt me deeply and have destroyed many of relationships with people I care about and love. For some reason some people believe if you write anything on a website that it therefore must be true. These people do not realize it that it is illegal to publish false information about someone so that it damages both their personal and business relationships. I have had not choice but to sue these people court and my council advises me that I will win considerable damages these individuals and there company for publishing false information about me. In addition people who have read these postings have personally gone to people who are friends of mine and business associates an telling them what a horrible person I am and none of the people doing these postings has ever met me. However you must know that I have never sued anyone before because I believe in creating positive things helping people and not pursing a fight with anyone but prefer to find a way to work together to create something positive and I have tried with these people but to no avail.

I cannot tell you how much hurt and pain these postings has caused me, almost everyone in business and personal life especially when they first met you does a Google search on you these postings come up and they concluded that I am some sort of horrible person. I can easily put on a website things about these people and all their friends and families will see it and disown them and then they will know what I have been going through. How much pain and sorrow must they bring  to my life, why is it necessary to hurt someone whom you do not know and have some very false notion about?

I find it very ironic that I am disparaged on the internet when I have worked very hard all my life to practice virtue. As a monk in a monastery I also gave away all my money in starting a charity in the oil business to help poor people in third world countries with their energy needs as well as a fund to help woman in poor countries start businesses. I further helped build 25,000 homes and a state of the art hospital in India among other things. This and many things they do not know about me and I would welcome anyone to contact me via the phone, my number is 310-531-7600 and tell you about me.

Some of the people behind this smear campaign are Mike Hepworth, Rick Brown, Basil Botha, Raul Sanabria, they also call themselves Alpha Resources Management, Inc.  They also have a company called Northern Iron Corp., Condor Precious Metals, Firesteel Resources Ltd., G4G Resources and Hepworth + Co.
These people have been aided by Ashley Schwellenbach and Colin Rigley of The New Times.

Why must people hurt other people when the world is so full of pain?

Regards,

William Divine

P.S. Below is some information on our charity to help poor people with their energy needs

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PRESS RELEASE

A simple solution to feed the world and save the rain forests.

Petroleum Foundation of America proposes to produce fertilizers from

undeveloped gas deposits to assist developing nations feed their people.

San Ramon, California

In many areas of the world the “green revolution” has enabled countries

in this last century to increase their crop yields several fold. This

has been accomplished primarily by the use of the introduction of high

yield plant varieties, pest control and fertilizers. With the

implementation of these farming techniques many countries previously

unable to feed their population have become net exporters of food. If

farmers can grow more food on less land, pressures toward deforestation

are greatly reduced.

Currently PFA is also implementing programs to utilize gas for use as a

household (heating and cooking) fuel and to create electricity in

developing countries. Specifically our organization intends to provide

bottled gas to the indigenous poor, especially where deforestation is

occurring because of the current lack of alternative fuels. Gas will

also be utilized to run small power plants that will create electricity

to areas where no power is available.

Environmental groups may have some concerns with this program,

especially with the implementation of commercial fertilizers. However,

as seen in Africa, lack of food and fuel has lead to the indiscriminate

hunting of wildlife and deforestation in the national parks. Worldwide,

rain forests are being burned to create new farmland. This has been

well-publicized as in the ongoing burning of the Amazon rain forest in

Brazil, and most recently the huge fires that have been burning out of

control for months in Indonesia (which were started intentionally).

Fires of this magnitude are creating serious global environmental

consequences.

At close inspection of earth from space it would seem that our planet is

literally on fire. Huge flares of natural gas are being burned as a

by-product of oil production and at the same time huge forest fires are

created to clear more cropland. It is obvious that this is not only a

waste of natural resources but also very damaging to the environment. In

addition both destructive practices are unnecessary, since one problem

could be used to solve the other. Quite simply, the flared natural gas

could be used to produce fertilizer that could be used by farmers in

developing nations to increase their crop yield, negating the need to

clear more land.

The bottom line is that this program could take wasted resources and use

them to reduce deforestation and environmental degradation, and could

perhaps save millions from starvation. PFA however needs a great deal of

support in the effort to implement pilot programs in targeted countries

and is greatly in need of logistical, technical, and financial

assistance. Volunteer assistance is welcomed. All donations to PFA (a

501c3 non-profit charitable corporation) are tax deductible.

INTERNATIONAL PROJECT PROFILE

PFA’s staff has considerable experience working internationally. Funding

for PFA during its inception was in fact generated primarily through

international consulting services provided through our subsidiary

corporation, Concessions International, Inc. PFA’s long-range

international goals include the following:

Natural Gas for fertilizer project-

The purpose of this project is to expand the “green revolution” to many

developing countries worldwide. A good example of this “green

revolution” is in India, where a relatively small country is able to

sustain a population of almost one billion people. However, this

revolution has not expanded to many other hungry nations of the world.

This is generally because the cost to implement these farming methods is

beyond their reach of most indigenous farmers. The main key ingredient

is fertilizer, which is cost-prohibitive because it usually must be

imported from other countries. However many of these “hungry nations”

have considerable undeveloped natural gas deposits, which is the main

component in the production of fertilizer.

A good example where the “green revolution” desperately needs to take

place is in sub-Sahara Africa, where population is growing rapidly while

food production is decreasing. Future famines in Africa are a “given”

unless something is done. In Africa the fertility of the land is rapidly

declining because of the lack of fertilizers. This area of Africa also

has large undeveloped natural gas deposits. Recently in Ethiopia, the

introduction of fertilizers increased crop yields several-fold, allowing

the country to become self-sustaining in food production. This is a

quick turn-around from the scenes of the huge famine that existed in the

country not long ago.

With increased crop yields, farmers will be able to take much of their

harvest to market. However, lack of year-around roads in developing

countries is a severe impediment to this process. Just like natural gas,

heavy oil and tar sands have generally not been developed by oil

companies in developing countries due to lack of large commercial

markets. PFA has identified a large number of these deposits, as well as

a process of inexpensively processing heavy oil into liquid asphalt to

build roads.

Natural Gas for fuel project-

Many oil fields worldwide have associated natural gas that is flared

because it has no available market. PFA intends to make arrangements

with the owners of this gas to market it locally. We view these gas

resources as a possible source of low-cost fuel, and also as a way to

generate electricity which can be made available to indigenous

populations. This will result in a reduction of ongoing environmental

degradation, especially deforestation.

Currently PFA is also implementing programs to utilize gas for use as a

household (heating and cooking) fuel and to create electricity in

developing countries. Specifically our organization intends to provide

bottled gas to the indigenous poor, especially where deforestation is

occurring because of the current lack of alternative fuels. Gas will

also be utilized to run small power plants that will create electricity

to areas where no power is available. In many of these developing

nations when power is generated it is imported oil that is often used as

a fuel. This fuel source makes for very high cost electricity as well a

cause of substantial air pollution. In most of the oil fields in

developing countries huge volumes of associated natural gas are simply

burned to the atmosphere while local people near these oilfields have

virtually no supplies of either gas or electricity. Even in developed

nations such as Russia almost all the associated natural gas is simply

burned or vented to the atmosphere. In many offshore oil fields in

developed nations the associated natural gas is “burned off”.

It is well known that natural gas can be processed into methanol, which

can be directly used as a clean-burning fuel in place of gasoline. This

gas, which is underutilized in developing nations, could be converted to

methanol and exported, helping solve the air pollution problems in

developed nations. In addition recent advances in technologies has

resulted in processes, which can directly convert natural gas into

gasoline, diesel and other petroleum-based products.

Oil companies exploring for oil have discovered numerous natural gas

deposits over the last 50 years. However, as no large commercial market

for gas has existed in most developing nations, the finds were simply

abandoned. PFA has identified over 2,500 undeveloped gas deposits

worldwide, and proposes to develop these deposits to provide

cost-effective fertilizers to local farmers. In addition PFA also

intends to obtain natural gas that is generally burned off (“flared”)

by oil companies because it is a by-product of oil-producing operations,

and is perceived to have no large commercial value. (Most people would

be surprised to learn that a very large portion of the world’s natural

gas production is simply allowed to either be burned or sometimes vented

to the atmosphere.) One other potential gas source is the huge methane

gas supplies that exist in almost every nation worldwide in deep coal

seams.

It should be noted that much of the above mentioned gas can be developed

commercially. The primary reason that much of this gas remains

underutilized is because it involves relatively small-scale enterprises.

International oil companies need large projects to justify development.

(With their extensive overhead they generally have no interest in

small-scale projects, even if they could turn a profit.

International Project Forecast:

The implementation of our international projects will not be easy. Most

small, third world countries are dominated by a small number of major

oil companies. These companies are focused on exploration and

development of very large fields. PFA intends to benefit these companies

by assisting in the development of smaller gas and heavy oil discoveries

that would otherwise remain underutilized. A percentage of the fuel from

these fields will be used to supply power, local fuel, and fertilizer.

Other projects will focus on developing heavy oil to make roads, heating

oil and other products.

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