Friday, June 18, 2010

Oil Rig Disaster – Was it Sabotage by Haliburton & Blackwater?

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In a recent article, this reporter expressed some doubts as to the accidental nature of the BP Oil Spill, now herald as the largest environmental disaster the earth has ever seen. One could argue that The Great Flood still holds that particular title, but that would lead us two-by-two down an entirely different rabbit trail of debates. While rabbit trails do not interest us today, rabbit holes are of a different matter. That being said, let’s dive down a few, shall we?

First, let’s establish a few facts:

1.) Obama received large campaign contributions from BP.
2.) Obama received large campaign contributions from Goldman Sachs (Second only to The University of California in total campaign contributions).
3.) These companies, along with a slew of others, have been said to be holdings of the Rothschild Banking Family of England, as reported by the

“Goldman Sachs is obviously an arm of their empire, whereas BP is among a host of companies in [the] Rothschild’s portfolio.”

Now that we're here, let’s explore a bit further…

Goldman Sachs owns at least 10 percent of Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), a huge benefactor should 'cap and trade' be passed into law. CCX was founded by the Joyce Foundation, an organization who's board members included John Ayers (brother of William Ayers) and our very own, Barak Obama when he was a Illinois Senator. Needless to say, 'cap and trade' would amount to trillions of dollars in profit for CCX and its holders, not to mention a little more campaign moola and additional financial perks for Mr. Obama.

Enter the cooling on global warming

Unfortunately, 'cap and trade' ironically hit a proverbial iceberg. The New York Times recently reported that the ‘cap and trade’ bill was virtually dead and sinking in the water with little to no support to be found on Capitol Hill, or any other hill for that matter. The bill lost steam due to opponents of the bill successfully re-christening it “cap and tax” and pointing out its blatant overhaul of private property rights. Not to mention, no one wanted to touch it as the growing doubts and evidence against the idea of global warming began to solidify like the ice on the Arctic shelf.

Despite the growing evidence against it, the theory of global warming has been the reason for large international summits in recent years, namely one that was just held in Copenhagen late last December. Proclaimed for months as the summit to finally yield the granddaddy of all environmental treaties, talks during the Copenhagen summit severely broke down and no binding treaty was reached due to the doubts surrounding GW.

During this summit, David Rothschild, "adventurer environmentalist" and an heir apparent to the Rothschild financial empire, in an interview with Bloomberg (see video below) made the admission – through a series of stuttering verbal bumbles – that the talks in Copenhagen were actually about “global governance” rather than global warming. Why is David Rothschild discussing a treaty about global warming on a financial channel? Wouldn't it be more likely that this "environmentalist adventurer" would be found on National Geographic or the Discovery Channel? Global govern…uh, er… global warming rather, must be big business. Like the old adage says, “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire”. Maybe a new one could be coined that says, “Where there’s a Rothschild, there’s money to be made.”

The Rothschilds aren't the only one letting the global governance cat out of the bag. Others have made recent mention of one world rule. Herman Van Rompuy, the first “president of Europe”, made strong mention of it in his first press conference on November 19, 2009, going so far as to declare 2009 as the “first year of global governance”. However, without the environmental laws and treaties, this utopia ruled by the banking families of the world may continue only to be a dream in the pipeline.

Curiouser and curiouser…

This being said, is it not within the realm of possibility that the powerful family who holds BP is using it, and our government, as a “fall guy” creating an environmental crisis to fill the void left by the waning theory of global warming? What does a multi-billion dollar company matter when trillions are at stake, right? BP is merely a financial chess piece sacrificed as means to a much more lucrative end - checkmate: environmental law and treaties designed to take away individual property rights away forever and secure global governance – and trillions of dollars of global cash flow – for the richest family this world has ever seen.

And we thought Alice in Wonderland was twisted.

David Rothschild admits that Copenhagen Summit was about global governance.


Isaiah 55:6
Make search for the Lord while he is there, make prayer to him while he is near:Isaiah 55:7Let the sinner give up his way, and the evil-doer his purpose: and let him come back to the Lord, and he will have mercy on him, and to our God, for there is full forgiveness with him.
John 3:16
For God had such love for the world that he gave his only Son so that whoever has faith in him may not come to destruction but have eternal life

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