- There are arguments from both sides of the oil issue:
either we are quickly running out of oil or we have adequate oil to meet
our requirements for generations. Both sides offer evidence, witnesses,
experts and documentation to validate their assertions. Some peak-oil projects,
funded by oil companies, are highly suspect. The very credible Lindsey
Williams maintains that the North Slope in Alaska has as much crude oil
as Saudi Arabia. Governor Frank H. Murkowski said in 2005 that there is
enough oil on the North Slope to supply the entire United States for 200
years. Antony Sutton, author of Energy, the Created Crisis, is adamant
that we have sufficient oil. Conversely, I have read reports which support
the peak oil theory. I personally believe, after research, that "there
is enough and to spare." Doom and gloom, Chicken Little oil scarcity
claims have been propagated from the beginning. A scarcity, authentic or
manufactured, of any crucial commodity accomplishes the following:
- 1. Increases profits to those who manipulate that commodity.
- 2. Allows the controllers to determine availability
to the "right" people.
- 3. In the case of energy - severely impacts lifestyle,
progress and prosperity.
- 4. Extracts more money from an often overburdened consumer.
- Henry A. Kissinger, Rockefeller's well-compensated, multi-purpose
minion and long-time member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) said:
"Control the oil and you can control entire Continents. Control food
and you control people." Michael Collon, Belgian author said: "If
you want to rule the world, you need to control oil. All the oil. Anywhere."
- The first very memorable "oil crisis" occurred
in 1973. Nixon, obedient to his handlers, announced the demonetization
of the dollar on August 15, 1971. This allowed time for the "real
deciders" to plan their strategy. Eighty-four individuals, financial,
corporate and political elitists, gathered at Saltsjöbaden, Sweden
for the annual Bilderberg meeting. American attendee, Walter J. Levy, outlined
the plan for a pending 400% increase in OPEC revenues, the exact percentage
that Kissinger would demand of Saudi Arabian Shah. Their intentions were
not prevention but rather a scheme on how to manage the projected abundance
of oil dollars - what was later referred to by Herr Kissinger as "recycling
the petrodollar flows." The Bilderberg policy was to initiate a global
- An internal memo, dated January 8, 1973, from U.S. Bilderberg
official Robert D. Murphy suggested a list of participants for the May
1973 meeting. He stated: "There will be room for only 20 Americans
- Those attending included Robert O. Anderson of Atlantic
Richfield Oil Co., Lord Greenhill, chairman of British Petroleum, Sir Eric
Roll of Siegmund G. Warburg (creator of Eurobonds), George Ball of Lehman
Brothers Investment Bank, Henry Kissinger, William P. Bundy, Zbigniew Brzezinski
(soon to be Carter's national security advisor), David Rockefeller, Emilio
G. Collado, Executive Vice President, Exxon Corp.; Gianni Agnelli, Otto
Wolff von Amerongen and Arthur H. Dean, CFR Director (1955-72) and a partner
in Rockefeller-oriented Sullivan & Cromwell. Kissinger had requested
Warburg to develop the Eurobonds ten years before. A very small scheming
elite group, centered in New York and London, influence the economy of
the entire world.
- The reasons for the "oil shock" were:
- 1. Launch a colossal assault against world industrial
- 2. Tilt the balance of power back to the advantage of
Anglo-American financial interests.
- 3. Control the world's oil flows, their most powerful
- 4. Increase the world demand for U.S. dollars.
- Egypt and Syria invaded Israel on October 6, 1973 which
came to be known as the Yom Kippur War. This war was "secretly orchestrated"
by Herr Henry Kissinger, Nixon's national security adviser as well as Secretary
of State. Kissinger effectively managed the Israeli response through his
close association with Simcha Dinitz. Kissinger, "Nixon's intelligence
czar," through privileged channels, misrepresented motives, suppressed
communications, and intercepted intelligence reports ensured that the war
would progress and end with his "shuttle diplomacy" as planned
in May 1973 at Saltsjöbaden. The Arabs, scapegoats for the Elite,
were the recipients of the world's rage and Kissinger was the recipient
of the Nobel Peace Prize for 1973.
- A "fortuitous coincidence" was that, with oil's
huge price increase, British Petroleum, Royal Dutch Shell and other Anglo-American
oil companies were able to substantially recoup the millions they had spent
in the exploration of the North Sea oilfields. Meanwhile, in Vienna, OPEC
countries met and decided to raise their prices by 70% and initiated an
oil embargo on all oil sales to the U.S. and the Netherlands (major oil
port for Western Europe) because of the U.S. support for Israel in the
Middle East War. On October 17, 1973, OPEC demanded withdrawal of Israel
from Arab territories occupied since June 1967 and the restoration of the
legal rights of the Palestinians. Nixon was in the midst of Watergate,
orchestrated by de facto president Kissinger and assisted by Alexander
Haig. There are detectable reasons for Kissinger, a Rockefeller asset,
to "Watergate" Nixon, a man he detested and swore he would never
work for - he didn't. In addition, the Watergate fiasco distracted
the masses from the grave economic situation.
- Uninformed Nixon attempted to get U.S. Treasury officials
to force OPEC to lower oil prices but was bluntly instructed, via a memo,
that the bankers had mandated the dollar "recycling" program
to accommodate the higher oil prices. Jack F. Bennett, Assistant Secretary
of the Treasury for International Monetary Affairs (until July 1974), had
counseled Nixon towards his 1971 dollar demonetization decision. Bennett,
at Kissinger's direction and according to an established agreement with
the Saudis to finance the U.S. government deficits, had arranged for David
C. Mulford to go to Saudi Arabia to act as an "investment adviser"
to SAMA. His job was to "guide the Saudi petrodollars investments
to the correct banks, naturally in London and New York. The Bilderberg
scheme was operating just as planned."
- Led by Exxon, some oil companies had created a short
supply of domestic crude oil, supported by Nixon on advice from his aids.
By January 1974, oil prices had increased by 400%. In December 1974, nine
powerful bankers, including David Rockefeller, approached New York mayor
Abraham Beame. They made him an offer he could not refuse - unless he assigned
management of the city's vast pension funds to them - the Municipal Assistance
Corporation - then their complicit media cronies would financially destroy
the city. This decreased the amount of money available for roadways, bridges,
hospitals, schools and the laying-off of tens of thousands of city workers
in order for New York City, the biggest city in the country, to service
their bank debt. Similar circumstances occurred in other parts of the world:
bank collapses, grave trade deficits, unemployment, inflation, and industrial
and transportation depression in the more industrial nations. In third-world
countries, the consequences were even more severe.
- While devastating to the populace, the oil companies
flourished: Exxon, Mobil, Texaco, Chevron, and Gulf. OPEC's petrodollars
were deposited into the right banks in New York and London: Chase Manhattan,
Citibank, Manufacturers Hanover, Bank of America, Barclays, Lloyds and
Midland Bank. These events set the stage for the debt crisis of the
- The globalist decision of August 1971 to remove the dollar
from a fixed, gold-backed exchange rate system generated a shift to double-digit
inflation, urban decay, mounting unemployment and excessive interest rates.
The Kissinger-orchestrated Middle East oil crisis of 1973-74 was designed
to de-industrialize and eventually transform the United States from the
world's largest creditor nation to the world's biggest debtor nation.
- A review of history further helps to reveal ruthless
business patterns that have shaped current circumstances - including yet
another war resulting in death and bloodshed for the benefit of the greedy,
- Beginning with the Civil War, the opportunistic, monopolistic
John D. Rockefeller sold inflated-priced Harkness whiskey to the Federal
troops. Recognizing the huge profitability in war with the right commodity,
he built his first oil refinery in 1863 along the Cuyahoga River (Ohio)
to accommodate the growing needs of the raging Civil War which he and others,
like J. P. Morgan, had purchased their way out of for $300.
- The Rothschild controlled National City Bank of Cleveland
gave Rockefeller his first loan. In 1865 Rockefeller, for $72,500, bought
out his partners (Henry Flagler, Samuel Andrews, Stephen V. Harkness) and
price-chopped or otherwise destroyed his competitors by purchasing supporting
industries such as pipelines, railroad tank cars, terminal facilities and
barrel manufacturing factories. He soon incorporated the growing imperialistic
Standard Oil Company in 1870 to fully exploit the growing Russian kerosene
market as well as the curative "snake-oil" market in the U.S.
- In what Ohio historian Christopher Eiben called "a
brilliant stroke of corporate back scratching," "Rockefeller
sold shares to bankers who lent him millions and railroaders who gave him
great freight deals, including rebates on rivals' shipments."
"Working through the Wall Street firms of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., and
J. P. Morgan Co., the Rothschilds financed John D. Rockefeller so that
he could create the Standard Oil Empire. They also financed the activities
of Edward Harriman (railroads) and Andrew Carnegie (steel)."
- By 1873 Standard Oil, by hook or crook, had acquired
about 80 percent of the refining capacity in Cleveland which was about
one third of the U.S. total. Interestingly enough, the stock market crashed
on September 18, 1873 and created a six year recession allowing Standard
Oil to seize refineries in Pennsylvania's oil region, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia
and New York. Rockefeller controlled approximately 90% of the oil refined
as well as most of the oil marketing facilities in the U.S. by 1878.
Ruthless Rockefeller, who detested competition, founded the first global
monopoly and was supplying 90% of the world's oil, 70% overseas. Great
Britain also experienced economic depression in 1873 replete with pandemic
unemployment and bankruptcies. Two years later, the Rothschilds provided
a sizeable loan (£4,080,000) to enable the British government to
acquire a controlling share of the Suez Canal.
- Rockefeller had built the world's biggest business in
Cleveland, Ohio. Standard Oil sold over "300 refining byproducts"
from Vaseline to chewing gum. In 1882, he created the Standard Oil Trust,
suggested by Samuel Dodd, Standard Oil's attorney, to eviscerate and devour
all of the independent oil producers and refiners both nationally (250
competitors in the U.S.) and internationally. A trust is when stockholders
in a group of companies transfer their shares to a single set of trustees
who control all of the companies which constitutes a monopoly. "In
exchange, the stockholders received certificates entitling them to a specified
share of the consolidated earnings of the jointly managed companies."
Rockefeller's "trust" became an example to other "businessmen"
who embraced the "trust" concept - always at the expense of the
working man. Rockefeller took his growing Goliath to Manhattan in 1883
where he "influenced urban sprawl."
- Russia's oil industry accelerated in the latter part
of the 19th century due to an oil boom at the Caspian Sea town of Baku,
which had opened in 1873 and at Galicia (now in Poland). The Rothschild
banking family had major interests in the oil-wells of Baku, Russia. Beginning
in 1875, Ludvig and Robert Nobel built an oil empire known as the Brothers
Nobel, or Branobel, based on oil deposits in Baku on the Caspian Sea.
By 1883, Standard Oil's imports were not as essential to the Russian market
for reasons that follow.
- Britain's Marcus Samuel, future founder of Shell Oil,
developed tankers capable of carrying oil in cost-cutting bulk transport
through the Suez Canal. The maiden voyage of the "Murex," the
first tanker, was in 1892. Remember, Great Britain had a controlling interest
in the Suez Canal, thanks to the Rothschilds. Marcus and his brother also
established bulk oil storage at ports in the Far East. In addition, they
contracted with a Russian group, controlled by the Rothschilds, "for
the long-term supply of kerosene" which put them in high-risk direct
competition, abhorrent to Rockefeller, with Standard Oil. The Samuel brothers
named their company The Tank Syndicate but renamed it in 1897 to the Shell
Transport and Trading Company.
- Rockefeller and his accomplices felt that they were above
the law until the passage of the Sherman Antitrust Act on July 2, 1890,
enacted by Congress based on their Constitutional power to regulate interstate
commerce. It was signed into law by President Benjamin Harrison. In 1892,
the Ohio Supreme Court ordered the disbanding of the Standard Oil Trust,
an illegal monopoly. "Standard Oil was subsequently reorganized in
1899 as a holding company under the name of Standard Oil Company of New
Jersey. That state had conveniently adopted a law that permitted a parent
company to own the stock of other companies."
- In 1896 Standard Oil contributed $250,000 to Republican
William McKinley's presidential campaign against Democrat William Jennings
Bryan, a supporter of antitrust legislation. McKinley was opposed to
the imperialistic, expansionist Spanish-American War. Yet, to retain office
in the next election, he asked Congress to declare war against Spain in
1898. He signed the Gold Standard Act in 1900.
- In September 1901, William McKinley, allegedly a Rockefeller
tool, was shot by Leon Czolgosz (son of Polish immigrants), labeled as
an "anarchist" although he didn't belong to any rebel groups.
Czolgosz was immediately "tried and executed by the Establishment."
The assassination was manipulated by the Establishment to subtly discredit
rebellion and anyone who might justifiably dissent. The Elite, in any age,
would actually prefer to prohibit dissent. It is similar to our current
administration saying: "Let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy
theories concerning the attacks of September the 11th." and by
implication - let us never tolerate conspiracy theorists.
- Following the assassination, various anti-sedition and
anti-conspiracy laws were passed by the Establishment. Who benefited by
McKinley's death - Teddy Roosevelt who was supported by the contending
Morgan (as opposed to Rockefeller) wing of the Republican Party. Roosevelt
immediately started using the anti-trust weapon to try to destroy Rockefeller's
Standard Oil and Harriman's Northern Securities, both bitter enemies of
the Morgan world empire.
- Woodrow Wilson, son of a Presbyterian minister, had the
financial and political support of the Rockefellers, Jacob Schiff, Bernard
Baruch, and others in his successful 1910 bid for governor of New Jersey.
They also had the love letters he wrote to Mary Peck, his mistress while
he was president of Princeton (1902-1910), for which they paid $65,000.
Therefore he later made the perfect, morally compromised presidential candidate.
The following unconstitutional acts were engineered during the administration
of the obedient Rockefeller minion, Woodrow Wilson:
- 1913:The Sixteenth Amendment - authorized income taxes
- The Seventeenth Amendment - direct popular election
- Underwood Tariff - lowered duties
- Federal Reserve Act - created the un-federal Federal
- Through the years, Standard Oil received bad press as
a result of their cutthroat business practices and the muckraking reports
of people like Ida Tarbell and writer/activist Upton Sinclair. Rockefeller
hired Ivy Lee in 1914 as their public relations manager to clean up their
image and appear philanthropic. A public relations professional, with
media complicity, also discredits or disgraces any national or foreign
- For decades, voters merely decide to cast a vote - the
actual decisions regarding candidates and the orchestrated consequences
of those calculated choices are made in covert CFR committee meetings,
Bilderberg assemblies, pentagon offices and corporate boardrooms. Voters
ultimately suffer the extreme penalties and the elite benefactors, the
"deciders" remain unscathed.
- Click here for part ----- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22,
- 1, Lindsey Williams - The Energy Non-Crisis - Part 1
- 2, Monsanto Buys 'Terminator' Seeds Company by F. William
Engdahl, Global Research, August 27, 2006
- 3, A Century of War, Anglo-American Oil Politics and
the New World Order by William Engdahl, pg. 267
- 4, Ibid, pg. 130-141
- 5, Ibid
- 6, Ibid
- 7, Ibid
- 8, Ibid
- 9, Ibid
- 10, Kissinger by Gary Allen, Accessed July 27, 2007
- 11, A Century of War, Anglo-American Oil Politics and
the New World Order by William Engdahl, pg. 130-141 See also The Hidden
Hand of American Hegemony: Petrodollar Recycling and International Markets
- 12, A Century of War, Anglo-American Oil Politics and
the New World Order by William Engdahl, pg. 130-141
- 13, Ibid
- 14, The Energy Bulletin, Rockefeller and Co. turned oil
into local gold by Grant Segall, Published on 11 Jun 2005 by Cleveland
Plain Dealer, Accessed July 20, 2007
- 15, Rothschild Fortune Built Rockefellers, Morgans, Etc
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July 24, 2007
- 17, N M Rothschild & Sons Limited, Accessed July
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July 24, 2007
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12, 2005, By Grant Segall, Accessed July 23, 2007
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Lemmel, Accessed July 23, 2007
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PhD (History), Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, 2006,
Accessed July 20, 2007
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- 23, The Dismantling of The Standard Oil Trust, Accessed
July 24, 2007
- 24, American Experience, The Rockefeller Timeline, Accessed
July 24, 2007
- 25, President Bush Speaks to United Nations, Remarks
by the President, To United Nations General Assembly, U.N. Headquarters,
New York, New York, November 10, 2001, Accessed July 25, 2007
- 26, Investigate the Vice President First by Murray N.
Rothbard, Accessed July 25, 2007
- 27, The Greatest Story Never Told, Winston Churchill
and the Crash of 1929 by Pat Riott, pg. 20
- 28, John D. Rockefeller: A Photographic History by Kristin
Aguilera and Keith E. Rolfe, Photographs courtesy of the Rockefeller Archive
Center, Accessed July 24
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