On July 28th, Lindsey Williams was on the Alex Jones Show, and dropped some bomb shell predictions about what we would see happen in the next year. I’ve gone back and listened to the interview a couple of times, and I posted the major highlights below.
The $50 a barrel oil is to bankrupt the global economy, especially the middle east. They have become over leveraged and such a huge drop in price for oil will crash their economy first, they then won’t be able to buy our tbills, and it will bring our economy down too.
The only conflict I hear in the interview is that Lindsey says oil will drop because the market will be flooded with new oil from Russia and indonesia. I have yet to see that. There is a FOX NEWS article about a new oil field north of Russia, but I haven’t heard anything about Indonesia other then the Cepu oil field that begins production in 2009.
Nice picture huh? I found it on this article from the Wall Street Journal. It paints the same picture that the media has been trying to make Americans swallow since this conflict started. That Russia is evil, we have a moral obligation to stand up and protect the little guy, that being Georgia in this case.
The opening line from the article is:
When Russia sent troops into Georgia last month…
They completely forget to mention that it was Georgia who started the conflict on August 7, by killing 1200 ethnic Russian’s in South Ossetia.
Apparently lack of truth is not something the media is worried about.
They go on in the article to admit that this sign was hung by the government for a speech by the American educated lawyer, President Mikheil Saakashvili. And that the signs….
Written in English — a language most here don’t understand
As a blogger, I can’t believe the depth that the media is going to, to try and convince us to hate Russia and not question the news.
We now have planted signs for photo op’s, camera men saying the media used his footage of soldiers shooting in a city and said they were Russian, when infact they were Georgian. A 12 year old girl on national TV claiming the Russians saved her from the Georgian troops that were killing people, and Gorbachev on Larry King Live saying the western media is lying and spinning the whole story.
Putin isn’t backing down over the Georgia conflict. He goes as far to say that the United States is creating the Georgia Conflict to create a competitive advantage for one of the presidential candidates.
Putin doesn’t name what candidate he thinks is being benefited from this conflict, but it’s pretty clear that it’s John McCain. Obama was 6 to 10 points ahead of McCain in most polls and now they are dead even.
McCain, the war Candidate keeps drilling Obama over the fact that he didn’t support the surge, and now he’s using the Georgia conflict to scare Americans into voting for him.
International conflicts would only help the Republicans retain power. I would be careful to watch this conflict as the election gets closer. If Obama starts to pull ahead again, we could see escalated conflict or even a false flag to keep the election close.
Recent news coverage of the war between Russia and Georgia could well leave gamers with a sense of deja vu.
The South Ossetia war, which began on August 7, bears a close resemblance to events portrayed in the 2001 Xbox and Playstation 2 game “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon,” the first level of which takes place against the backdrop of a struggle between Georgian rebel forces and the legitimate Georgian government in the South Ossetian region.
I have since heard the interesting point of view that much of our “story Lines” for games and movies is in fact pushed down from the FBI and CIA. Could it be subconsciousness programming. If you think about it, teenagers who bought the game in 2001 and played it, would now be old enough to be fighting in this war. Possible war games like this could be used to predispose future soldiers to conflicts to silence any moral or ethic questions they would have about the war.
An interesting site is the Ghost Recon Wiki Page, I wonder if any of the other conflicts will prove to be as accurate.