Saturday, July 3, 2010

BP Oil Spill: Illuminati Strikes Again

Who Really Owns BP

This video puts the pieces together concerning the BP oil spill, the fouling of the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, and ultimately all the oceans of the world. Sr. Salbuchi puts forth an astonishing wealth of real information. For example, do you know who really owns BP? The answer may be very unsettling for most people. In fact, the real story of how the BP spill is merely a small part of a much bigger plan, will very likely not be believed by most people.

It is too incredible.

Too Dark.

But such secrets hide in their own negative credibility. Many people still refuse to believe that Lyndon Johnson's Bay of Tonkin caper really happened. It is too hideous to believe that a sitting American president would seek to destroy a U.S. naval ship and all the humanity aboard; yes, sacrifice the lives of hundreds of American sailors, for the profit of a few industrialists and arms dealers. But we have the sworn statements of the captain of the ship and others. Ultimately the attack by the Israeli bombers was unsuccessful in sinking the ship, even though we have the recording of Johnson yelling over the telephone, "I want that goddamn ship on the bottom of the ocean! Do you hear me?!" Ironically, the fact that the ship's captain managed to evade the Israeli bombers was not something he was rewarded for. Although it was a heroic action on his part. One for which most men would have been highly praised and decorated. Instead, he was told that if he ever mentioned a single word about what had happened there, in the Bay of Tonkin, there would be dire consequences to him and his family.

And of course, Johnson's plan was to blame the Israeli attack on the North Viet Namese Communists. That was how he hoped to get into the Viet Nam war.

I mention this Bay of Tonkin episode of American history, only to illustrate how vile and truly incredible the real stories behind the headlines are.

As far as responsible voices of the corporate media talking about this stuff, they tend to stay far away from such volatile stuff. If they were to speak of it, they would be immediately labeled as "conspiracy theorists" and their careers finished. And who would be the first to yell "conspiracy theorist"? Oh, let's say, the New York Times, the Washington Post, not to mention Fox News. The Bilderberg Group wanted the European Union, and we now have the European Union. Bilderbergs then wanted the Euro, and we now have the Euro. Don't think for one moment that they are not all powerful. And also, do not doubt that the inner core of the Bilderberg Group is referred to as the "Illuminati". Don't forget that both Hillary Clinton and Obama attended the meeting of the Bilderberg group in 2008. And that both Hillary and Obama are members of the CFR: the Council on Foreign Relations. And that it was not until the CFR gave their approval, that Jimmy Carter began his run for the presidency. Oh, and that Dick Cheney is a member of the CFR.

Also, that now that the Bilderberg group is getting closer to achieving their goal of world domination they are beginning to allow themselves to be known. But not only are Bill Clinton and Henry Kissinger, members, but so is the Queen of England, the Queen of the Netherlands, the Royal family of Sweden, as well as the heads of the the oil companies, and other CEO's such as General Electric. Don't believe me? Look it up your self.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Let Us Indict The Right People

Al Gore's Grope

Inoticed that the scandalous story in the Oregonian this week, which is a little juicier even, than a step mom suspected of killing her little step son, while the biological Mom and Dad get back together to point the finger at the step mom; even juicier than that, is the story of how former Vice President, Al Gore, once, long ago, groped a woman, a masseuse, in Portland, OR, and apparently, she kept the dress with the cum stains on it, which sounds like what went on was a bit more than a grope.

But the true source of the story is The National Enquirer, that shining example of unsullied ideals representing the very best in American reportage. If you disregard the Enquirer's record of lost lawsuits and the millions it has paid out to celebrities in lost libel suits, you find the quivering image of no less a corrupt publisher, Rupert Murdock. And the story is very much in the purview of the NE. But what it really does is to open up the entire issue, hitherto verboten, of prosecuting a very higher up leader of the nation.

The very thought fills me with joy! As a result of prosecuting a former Vice President for a trivial count, we may then begin to get somewhere in the quest for justice concerning the officials of the Bush/Cheney era.

Surely the issue of an bringing to justice, at long last, an administration blatantly guilty of the most heinous War Crimes would take precedence over the mere "groping" of a masseuse, who, if truth be told, fought off many an enamored customer. Otherwise, why was she involved in a business so closely associated with prostitution that in every major city, Massage Parlors are notorious sex dens?♦