Today a very small percentage of people who deem themselves the “ruling class” have become de facto rulers, pulling strings from behind the scenes. Their modus operandi is to set up systems that depend on finite resources. If they get the rest of us to believe our society can not run with out said resources, then that resource becomes very valuable and those who control that particular essential resource become powerful. The biggest example of this is oil, which can clearly be seen by the number of wars fought over it. Sure, most of the time the politicians do not come right out and say the war is to protect the petrol-dollar (like with Iraq) or that we are going to war to protect the western ruling classes oil interest; and they certainly will not say that they manipulate the amount of oil in circulation to either rise or lower the prices to economically attract their enemies. Nevertheless, finite natural resources , most notably oil, have been weaponized… and the unusually low oil prices we are seeing today is a prime example of it
By now, most of you should have heard about the ridiculously low 46 cents per gallon gas that was sold in one town in Michigan. The extremely low prices were a result of a price war that a few gas stations got into trying to put the others out of business. These stations were able to lower prices this much because of the much lower prices we are seeing over the US right now (shown in the gasbuddy.com chart to the left).
Many of you will not see a problem with the data from the graph and think this is simply the ebb and flow of the market. However, the lower prices throughout America is actually because of a covert war going on between Saudi Arabia and a few of its adversaries– mainly Russia, Iran and Venezuela. The idea that a country would use oil as a form of economic warfare may seem far-fetched, however it has happened many times over the last century. This article written by Adam Topf from oilprices.com highlights two examples of Saudi Arabia using oil as a weapon in the past:
We don’t have to look too far back in history to see Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil exporter and producer, using the oil price to achieve its foreign policy objectives. In 1973, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat convinced Saudi King Faisal to cut production and raise prices, then to go as far as embargoing oil exports, all with the goal of punishing the United States for supporting Israel against the Arab states. It worked. The “oil price shock” quadrupled prices.
It happened again in 1986, when Saudi Arabia-led OPEC allowed prices to drop precipitously, and then in 1990, when the Saudis sent prices plummeting as a way of taking out Russia, which was seen as a threat to their oil supremacy. In 1998, they succeeded. When the oil price was halved from $25 to $12, Russia defaulted on its debt.
The article goes on to discuss a theory that the current drastic price drops are a result of the United States and Saudi Arabia conspiring to lower the price to punish Russia for supporting President Assad of Syria. However, the evidence shows that the economic warfare being waged on Russia and its allies has everything to do with Syria but not because they backed Assad when the west and Saudi Arabia attempted to overthrow him.
So why would they want to go after these countries for allying with Syria then?
Well, Iran, Iraq and Syria, with the backing of Russia, signed a memorandum June 25, 2011 to start construction on what is known as the Iran-Iraq-Syria gas pipeline. This natural gas pipeline was going to start in Asaluyeh, Iran, the largest natural gas field in the world, and go through Iraq– eventually heading though Syria. Once there, they would be able to export it to Europe via boats or additional pipeline could be added to reach Europe directly.
Unsurprisingly, this was very bad news for Saudi Arabia, who has many different oil or natural gas pipeline proposals that the Iran-Iraq-Syria gas pipeline threaten. Moreover, the Russian backed pipe line directly threatened the proposed Qatar- Turkey natural gas pipeline, which would stretch some 2500 kilometers from Qatar to Turkey and would travel though SYRIA!
Remember, Saudi, and to a lesser extent the US, controlled the energy market for a very long time and simply can not give up that much of the market shares to Iran and Russia. Needless to say, this gives Saudi Arabia a lot of incentive to overthrow the Assad, who was clearly backing the Russia and Iran pipeline over theirs.
So, the ruling class of the west did what they always do when they need to get rid of an elected official or invade a country to protect their resources; they turned to their controlled media to disseminate propaganda against the Syrian President. This culminated with gas attacks blamed on the Assad regime. However, many independent journalist and investigators uncovered evidence showing that the true culprits were the western-backed rebels trying to overthrow Assad. Moreover, reading this 2012 article entitled Why Qatar wants to invade Syria, it becomes incredibly clear that this supposed “organic” uprising by the Syrian people is actually all about stopping the Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline headed by Russia and Iran, a predominantly Shiite Muslim country.
Surprisingly, all the propaganda did not work this time and the American people did not back invading yet another country to protect the ruling classes interest. So they had to change gears to stop the pipeline.
Enter the economic warfare oil price gouging phase.
One thing is for sure, the Saudi’s are using oil as a weapon to attack Russia, Venezuela and Iran. In fact, we are starting to see the same exact results as we did when they did this to Russia a in the 90’s — Venezuela is reporting that their exported oil prices have been cut in half during the second half of 2014. And the Venezuelan President Maduro has not bit his tongue on the situation, “Did you know there’s an oil war? And the war has an objective: to destroy Russia,” he states. “It’s a strategically planned war … also aimed at Venezuela, to try and destroy our revolution and cause an economic collapse,”
Additionally, if you look at the 18 month chart above you will see a drastic plunge right around the false flag gassing that failed to motivate the American people to want to invade Syria. When you add all these things together, their is no other logical explanation than Saudi is once again using oil as a economic weapon.
Currently, it seems the war has accelerated exponentially and we are seeing these drastically lower prices in the US. Sanctions were lifted on Iran allowing them to enter the oil market over the weekend and they did not waste time to flood the market with their oil as well. This economic war has worried many so-called “experts” who fear it will crash the oil market and cause a massive worldwide financial crisis.
So, how do we stop all this from happening?
First and foremost, we simply can not wait for the government because they are all bought and paid for by the ruling class. Stopping this would be counterproductive to their agenda.
So, what needs to happen is we need to inform people that oil is not needed. Simply put, it is archaic and there are far better options than oil in regards to making plastics as well as means to propel all transportation vehicles. For instance, Hemp can be used to make a completely biodegradable plastic. Henry Ford made a car entirely out of hemp fibers and it ran on hemp oil as well…. In the 1930’s!!! Rudolf Diesel, the inventor of the diesel engine, originally designed his engines to run off of various different vegetable oils., including peanut oil. Recently, people have been converting their car’s engine to be able to run off what is being called Biodiesel, which is a fancy way of saying vegetable oil.
Finally, my favorite alternative vehicle energy source to oil — WATER! That’s right, inventor Stan Meyer was able to design a engine that could split the hydrogen molecules from the oxygen molecules then use the hydrogen to power the car. The best part was that the car (more like dune buggy) was able to cross the country on 22 gallons of water and it would run on any kind of water too! Sadly, Meyer would not see his patent to the oil industry who offered 1 billion dollars and he mysteriously died shortly after.
There are also forms of free energy devices that could potentially be used instead of oil. However, I am not going to get into that because it is much harder to prove they can work. Nevertheless, it is clear we do not need the finite resource called oil any longer; nor do we need the wars fought over it. The only way to achieve this is by giving people the knowledge that oil is obsolete. It is our duty to spread this knowledge to all who will listen. With enough push, this thing that some may think is a dream, can most certainly become a reality.