Big Oil

Energy is a primary mechanism of control. The population must remain dependent of oil so they can be controlled. We are fed a constant stream of lies about Peak Oil despite the fact that the world is in reality awash in oil. We are lied to about energy alternatives and have seen the suppression of super efficient and even free energy technologies.

How Every Asset Class, Currency, and Sector Performed in 2019

How Every Asset Class, Currency, and Sector Performed in 2019

Another year is in the books, and for investors 2019 was quite the turnaround story. Despite an early backdrop of heightened volatility, escalating trade tensions, Brexit uncertainty, and calls for a recession, the year progressed in an unexpectedly pleasant fashion. The Fed used its limited arsenal to provide additional stimulus, and global markets soaked it up to extend the decade-long bull run. By the end of ...
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“Monstrous”: Canadian Police Prepared to Shoot Indigenous Land Defenders, Documents Show

“Monstrous”: Canadian Police Prepared to Shoot Indigenous Land Defenders, Documents Show

In an exclusive report Friday that outraged human rights advocates worldwide, The Guardian revealed that Canadian police wanted snipers on standby for a January 2019 crackdown on Indigenous land defenders who were blocking construction of a natural gas pipeline through unceded Wet’suwet’en territory. The Guardian reported on official records—documents as well as audio and video content—reviewed by the newspaper related to the police “invasion” that led ...
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Drone Strikes in Saudi Arabia Wipe Out 5% of Global Oil Supply. A Saudi False Flag to Entice Trump to War with Iran

Drone Strikes in Saudi Arabia Wipe Out 5% of Global Oil Supply. A Saudi False Flag to Entice Trump to War with Iran

Drone attacks on two critical production facilities in Saudi Arabia wiped out over 5% of the world’s oil supply in one go, eliminating the spare capacity of the entire globe. The attacks, which targeted an oil processing facility at Abqaiq and the nearby Khurais oil field knocked out 5.7 million barrels of daily crude production, a whopping 50% of Saudi Arabia’s entire oil output. “This incident ...
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Final Report on Russian Interference in the 2016 Election Released by the House Intelligence Committee

Final Report on Russian Interference in the 2016 Election Released by the House Intelligence Committee

John Solomon from the Hill reported – Before you judge the DOJ’s and FBI’s arguments — which are similar to those offered to stop the release of information in other major episodes of American history, from the Bay of Pigs to 9/11 — consider Footnote 43 on Page 57 of Chapter 3 of the House Intelligence Committee’s report earlier this year on Russian interference in the 2016 ...
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With Help of Whistleblower, Matthew Caruana Galizia Outlines Malta’s ‘Organized Criminal Conspiracy’

With Help of Whistleblower, Matthew Caruana Galizia Outlines Malta’s ‘Organized Criminal Conspiracy’

Matthew Caruana Galizia called on the European Union to establish an FBI-style police organization to tackle cross-border crime, arguing that such a move could prevent other journalists from suffering the fate of his mother, the late Daphne Caruana Galizia. “The EU is like how the USA was in the 19th century before the FBI was set up, when it was basically a Wild West where everyone ...
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Venezuala Coup: Opposition Party Claimed that Incumbent Nicolás Maduro's 2018 Reelection was Invalid and Elevated Juan Guaidó as Acting President

Venezuala Coup: Opposition Party Claimed that Incumbent Nicolás Maduro’s 2018 Reelection was Invalid and Elevated Juan Guaidó as Acting President

Two things stand out about the US coup in Venezuela. First, it is unusually open. Typically, the US tries to hide its coups. Second, the coup is built on a series of obvious falsehoods, yet the bi-partisans in Washington, with a few exceptions, keep repeating them. First, we will correct the falsehoods so readers are all working from the same facts. Second, we will describe how ...
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Shocking Study Shows Fracking Is Depleting US Drinking Water Sources at a Catastrophic Rate

Shocking Study Shows Fracking Is Depleting US Drinking Water Sources at a Catastrophic Rate

According to a study conducted at Duke University revealed that hydraulic fracking is having a catastrophic impact on water supplies throughout the US. The findings of the study suggest that fracking is using far much more water than before, and putting a huge dent in the amount of drinkable water available in water supplies. Hydraulic fracturing is a natural gas extraction method that has become extremely ...
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Water Use for Fracking has Risen by up to 770 Percent Since 2011

Water Use for Fracking has Risen by up to 770 Percent Since 2011

The amount of water used per well for hydraulic fracturing surged by up to 770 percent between 2011 and 2016 in all major U.S. shale gas and oil production regions, a new Duke University study finds. The volume of brine-laden wastewater that fracked oil and gas wells generated during their first year of production also increased by up to 1440 percent during the same period, the ...
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New Study Examines Impacts of Fracking on Water Supplies Worldwide

New Study Examines Impacts of Fracking on Water Supplies Worldwide

Using hydraulic fracturing to extract oil and natural gas from shale is a common technique used worldwide. Because the technique requires large amounts of water, however, it raises the question of whether it could lead to water shortages or competition with other water uses, especially agriculture. In a new paper in the American Geophysical Union journal Earth's Future, Lorenzo Rosa and his colleagues evaluated the impacts ...
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Officials Caught Forcing State Scientist to Alter Findings to Cover Up Earthquake Fracking Link

Officials Caught Forcing State Scientist to Alter Findings to Cover Up Earthquake Fracking Link

Oklahoma’s former lead seismologist has testified he was pressured by officials at the University of Oklahoma to suppress findings linking earthquakes with fracking wastewater disposal. In a deposition taken on Oct. 11, Austin Holland alleges he was reprimanded for publishing a peer-reviewed journal article connecting the two and was pressured to alter his findings by Larry Grillot, former dean of OU’s Mewbourne College of Earth and ...
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