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    Fuel crisis exercise or plan?

    On 26 May, a secret “Oil Emergency Exercise” was staged in Ireland, to prepare for the coming fuel crisis. This will include a strict discrimination against "non-essential workers" that will be severely limit (fuel for) car travel, and ordered to "work from home"...

    But on the bright side...
    Senior Government sources claim that the likelihood of such a fuel crisis is "highly remote", "All of this happening is very unlikely but to have it discussed openly when we know the situation in Ukraine was an eye-opener”:
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    Willing to bet it's a plan.
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    Calvin Coolidge

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    why I should worship the state (who apparently is the only party that can possess guns without question).
    The state's only purpose is to kill and control. Why do you worship it? - Sola_Fide

    Baptiste said.
    At which point will Americans realize that creating an unaccountable institution that is able to pass its liability on to tax-payers is immoral and attracts sociopaths?

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    If I tell "good citizens" that simulation exercises are really plans to implement the Great Reset they look at me funny.
    There are however genuine plans...

    Is it just a coincidence that 4 months after the UK Government released the "Absolute Zero" report, the Coronavirus Act was implemented with a lockdown that comes pretty close to the goals of the report, calling for severely restricting travelling to reduce emissions?!?

    The 2019 "Absolute Zero" report was cooked up by Oxford University and Imperial College London. It ellaborated how zero emissions by 2050 supposedly could be achieved. This includes stopping to develop petrol/diesel vehicles, which has already been abolished by 2030 in the UK (with similar plans in the EU). Furtermore all UK airports - except Heathrow, Glasgow and Belfast - must close vefore 2029, with all remaining airports to close before 2049 (I guess this won't include private plans or the military).

    In March 2022, the International Energy Agency (IEA) published the report "A 10-Point Plan to Cut Oil Use" with a similar objective:
    In the face of the emerging global energy crisis triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the IEA’s 10-Point Plan to Cut Oil Use proposes 10 actions that can be taken to reduce oil demand with immediate impact – and provides recommendations for how those actions can help pave the way to putting oil demand onto a more sustainable path in the longer term.
    This sounds an awful lot like a “climate” version of Covid-19 lockdowns, doesn’t it? If you still don't believe we're being lied to by our Government and mainstream media, take a look at the following example.
    In June 2022, in the UK the price of crude oil per barrel is $120.67, and the average price per litre of petrol is £1.85; but in June 2008, the price of crude oil per barrel was $187.04 (50% higher), and the price per litre of petrol was £1.04 (50% lower):
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    You may have heard about all of these conspiracy theories that the Bilderberg Group is really the shadow world government that rules the world.
    One of the interesting conspiracy theories is that the oil shock of 1973, and following inflation and worldwide economic collapse, was orchestrated by Bilderberg. They DID indeed discuss a coming oil shock at Bilderberg that year...

    In this 1974 video, Prince Bernhard (then still the chairman of the Bilderberg Group and WWF) burst out in laughter on how they were quite the "prophets", predicting the oil shock.
    At 3:25 in the following video, Bernhard laughs out loud about Bilderberg "predicting" the oil shock (unfortunately in French).

    I've previously posted about this (staged?) event...
    Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter View Post
    In May 1973, the Bilderberg Group met at Saltsjöbaden, Sweden, the secluded island resort of the Swedish Wallenberg banking family. At his meeting of 84 high ranking members of international crime, Walter Levy outlined a ‘scenario’ for a drastic increase in OPEC petroleum revenues. He projected an OPEC Middle East oil revenue rise.
    See 2 excerpts from the confidential protocol of the 1973 meeting of the Bilderberg group in Sweden. There was discussion about the danger that “inadequate control of the financial resources of the oil producing countries could completely disorganize and undermine the world monetary system”.
    The second excerpt speaks of “huge increases of imports from the Middle East. The cost of these imports would rise tremendously”.

    The purpose was not to prevent the oil price shock, but plan it in a process that US Secretary of State Kissinger later called “recycling the petrodollar flows”. Since 1945, world oil had been priced in dollars. A sudden sharp increase in the price of oil, therefore meant an equal increase in world demand for US dollars to pay for that necessary oil.

    Bilderberg policy used a global oil embargo, to create a 400% increase in world oil prices. On 6 October 1973, Egypt and Syria invaded Israel, igniting the Yom Kippur War.
    The events surrounding the outbreak of the October War were secretly orchestrated by Washington and London, using the powerful secret diplomatic channels developed by Nixon’s national security adviser, Henry Kissinger. US intelligence reports, including intercepted communications from Arab officials confirming the build-up for war, were suppressed by Kissinger.
    Washington didn’t permit Germany to remain neutral in the Middle East conflict, but hypocritical Britain clearly stated its neutrality, so avoided the Arab oil embargo.

    On October 16, the Arab OPEC declared an embargo on all oil sales to the US and the Netherlands for its support for Israel and raised the oil price from $3.01 to $5.11 per barrel (+70%). Following a meeting in Teheran on 1 January 1974, a second price increase of more than 100% brought OPEC benchmark oil prices to $11.65. Henry Kissinger secretly put up to the Shah of Iran to arrange this.
    President Nixon was kept busy with the “Watergate affair”, leaving Henry Kissinger as de facto president. When in 1974 the Nixon White House sent a senior official to the US Treasury in order to devise a strategy to force OPEC into lowering the oil price, he was bluntly turned away.
    In August 1971, Nixon had established a secret accord with the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) that was finalised in February 1975. Under the terms of the agreement, a sizeable part of the huge rise in Saudi oil revenue would be invested in financing the US government deficits.
    In 1974, 70% of the additional OPEC oil revenue, $57 billion, at least 60% went directly to financial institutions in the US and Britain.

    The most severe impact of the oil crisis in the US was felt in New York City. New York was forced to slash spending for roadways, bridges, hospitals and schools in order to service their bank debt, and to lay off tens of thousands of city workers.
    Bankruptcies and unemployment across Europe rose to alarming levels. As Germany’s imported oil costs increased by 17 billion Deutschmarks in 1974. By June 1974 the oil crisis had resulted in the collapse of Germany’s Herstatt-Bank and a crisis in the Deutschmark as a result. It resulted in a million unemployed Germans.
    In May 1974, Willy Brandt offered his resignation to Federal President Heinemann, who then appointed Helmut Schmidt as chancellor.

    In 1973, India had a positive balance of trade. But in 1974, India had total foreign exchange reserves of $629 million which couldn’t pay for the annual oil import bill of 1,241 million.
    In 1974, Sudan, Pakistan, the Philippines, Thailand and most countries in Africa and Latin America faced gaping deficits in their balance of payments.
    In 1974, developing countries had a total trade deficit of $35 billion, 4 times as large as in 1973 (precisely in proportion to the oil price increase). In the early 1970s, the account deficit of all developing countries was (only) some $6 billion per year.

    The major New York and London banks, and the Seven Sisters oil multinationals benefitted. In 1974, Exxon overtook General Motors as the largest US corporation in gross revenues. Her “sisters”, including Mobil, Texaco, Chevron and Gulf, were not far behind.
    Chase Manhattan, Citibank, Manufacturers Hanover, Bank of America, Barclays, Lloyds, Midland Bank all enjoyed the windfall profits of the oil crisis.
    In a strange twist, the American David Mulford became director and principal investment adviser of the SAMA, the largest OPEC oil producer.
    Basically the post-war Bretton Woods gold exchange system was replaced by the highly unstable petroleum-based dollar exchange system, the “petrodollar standard”.

    The year 1975 witnessed the first major decline in world trade since the end of the war in 1945, a drop of 6%.
    While industrial countries had experienced a slow recovery from the initial oil shock, the developing economies deteriorated even further in 1975. In 1976, the account deficit of all developing countries rose to $42 billion. Private US and European banks were glad to lend to these countries.
    Foreign debts of the developing countries expanded some five-fold, from $130 billion in 1973, before the first oil shock, to some $550 billion by 1981, and to over $612 billion by 1982, according to the IMF.
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    Obviously it's not enough to inflate the prices of fuel, and destroy food production, as there is still the risk that some of these horrible conspiracy theorists will expose that the green energy is a complete fraud that destroys more of nature and causes more global warming than dirty fossil fuels.
    So the answer is more censorship by big tech...

    A couple of years ago, Facebook started using fact debunking checkers to ridicule "alternative" stories that criticise the apocalyptic global warming models.
    Now guided by the "build back better" Biden administration, climate-change censorship phase 2 is in full motion.

    White House national climate adviser Gina McCarthy wants them to censor content on the costs of the green energy madness.
    McCarthy now wants to shut down debate over climate “solutions”:
    Now it’s not so much denying the problem.
    What the industry is now doing is seeding doubt about the costs associated with [green energy] and whether they work or not.
    Bizarrely McCarthy claims that “dark money” is used to “fool” the public about “the benefits of clean energy”, so “We need the tech companies to really jump in” to prevent these "extremists" to expose the costs of green energy:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter
    I've previously posted on how the energy crises will lead to food shortages (starvation) and huge price increases of food (inflation).

    On 28 July 2020, the Rockefeller Foundation published the “Reset The Table” plan.
    It describes how the lockdown has effectively plunged many Americans into poverty, which has resulted in food insecurity. Of course nowhere in the document it is argued that maybe possibly the lockdown should be ended (will we once again be locked down coming autumn winter?)...

    You could never guess how they will use the COVID pandemic to put an end to hunger.
    The most important way seems to be to introduce "true cost accounting", which means that we have to pay extra for the environmental damage caused by us eating food. The obvious thing that isn't "sustainable" in this scenario, are the useless eaters that will be taken care of one way or another.
    This will then be combined by expanding control over who of the slaves will eat, by:
    - Making us depend on food banks (as we cannot afford the higher prices of food).
    - Controlling the food supply through regional food hubs and creating one single executive office to control food.
    - Technology to track the food supply.

    See some excerpts from this philantropic plan:
    In many ways, Covid-19 has boiled over long-simmering problems plaguing America’s food system. What began as a public health crisis fueled an economic crisis, leaving 33 percent of families unable to afford the amount or quality of food they want. School closures put 30 million students at risk of losing the meals they need to learn and thrive.

    Now schools like his are facing major financial and operational challenges as they approach an unprecedented school year in which even more students will need school meals.
    Against this backdrop of both challenge and heroism, The Rockefeller Foundation sought out diverse perspectives on what this pandemic has revealed about the U.S. food system and how we can collectively meet this moment.

    Our food system touches everyone and everything, and no one should be satisfied with the status quo. Whether you care most about child hunger or workforce protections, family farmers or fair wages, market efficiencies or racial equity, climate change or national security–all of us should be fighting for a food system that’s sustainable, nourishing, equitable, and just.

    With 40 percent of Americans unable to access $400 even in times of emergency,5 there was an explosion in nutrition insecurity in states and neighborhoods across the country. Grace, a food bank in Summit, New Jersey, was soon feeding 515 families compared to 100 a month earlier. Demand at Feeding South Florida, the largest food bank in that agriculturally rich state, soared 600 percent.6 Navajo County, Arizona, is projected to have a nutrition insecurity rate of 26.2 percent.
    Every measure of child hunger rose to levels not seen in decades. In April, the U.S. Census found that a third of households with children couldn’t afford to buy the amount or quality of food they wanted,8 a number that continues to hover around 28 percent. In 16.5 percent of households with children, parents are directly reporting that their children are not getting enough food—meaning that nearly 14 million children are going hungry on a regular basis.

    Poor nutrition—driven by many factors, including lack of access to healthy food, insufficient incomes to afford high-quality diets, and targeted marketing of unhealthy food—is now the leading cause of poor health in the United States.

    Apply true cost accounting—the consideration of not only immediate and direct costs, but also extended and indirect costs—in policy, legislative, and programmatic decision-making, and in public messaging;

    Direct the purchasing power of large institutions along a values-based (equitable, ethical, sustainable) supply chain by incentivizing, requiring, or otherwise enabling institutions’ food procurement to prioritize producers and suppliers that embody these values.

    We also need to invest in hard infrastructure such as regional food hubs; cold chain, mid-scale meat processing facilities; and other aggregation and distribution facilities.

    True cost accounting” considers not just immediate and direct costs, but also extended or indirect costs (e.g., to human health, to the environment).

    the Covid-19 crisis illustrated a clear need for a single executive office responsible for better coordination across government agencies and levels, as well as with community organizations that people know and trust.

    A 2015 study by McKinsey found that agriculture was the least digitized sector in the United States.58 The data landscape of the food system remains complex and highly fragmented, with large concentrations of data from large farms and consolidated private supply chain industries, but little transparency of where food, or need, exists up and down the chain.

    A similar "true cost of food" plan as the above was also further described by the Rockefeller Foundation in October 2021.
    "True Cost accounting" is a depopulation plan devised in the Kingdom of the Netherlands by the True Price Foundation.
    Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter
    The True Price Foundation has a 3 man board:
    - Herman Mulder, formerly of the infamous ABN Amro Bank (yes, them again!), knighted by former Dutch Queen Beatrix;
    - Charles Evers, former controller and CFO with the Anglo-Dutch multinational Unilever NV (1981-2002) and Schiphol airport;
    - Jasper de Jong, Partner at Allen & Overy, one of the world’s largest law firms.

    Naturally the Kingdom of the Netherlands has gotten the the Global Co-ordination Secretariat (GCS) for the worldwide network of Food Innovation Hubs through control over the WEF...
    Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter View Post
    No surprise here, is that the Kingdom of the Netherlands plays a major role in this starvation reset by "buying" the Global Co-ordination Secretariat (GCS) for the worldwide network of Food Innovation Hubs for a mere EUR 651,000 in subsidy to the WEF.
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    All of those horrible conspiracy theorists arguing that there is some sort of agenda of simply inflating prices until we will change our climate "criminality", might be right...
    Inflation is already at a 40-year-high, will it get even higher?!?

    In an interview Rana Foroohar, CNN economic analyst and Financial Times columnist, argued that "real price" inflation is needed in order to force us to obediently follow the green agenda (that causes more global warming and pollution than "dirty" fossil fuels)...
    What’s the cost of something if you actually have a real price on carbon, and then you have to tally in how much it costs to tote it over tens of thousands of miles from the South China Seas? What’s the cost if you have proper environmental and labor standards? This is the conversation happening right now. And once you start pricing all those costs in, and you start really thinking of the economy in a different way, then yeah, it is certainly is inflationary.

    And this is something that I think, unfortunately, no politician, particularly the Democrats right now in advance of midterms or a presidential election want to land on, which is some of the transitions to a kinder, gentler, I believe more stable, and ultimately more resilient economy, are going to be inflationary in the short to medium term.
    Foroohar also criticised the Federal Reserve creating an an "everything bubble" in financial markets, forgetting to mention BlackRock's "going direct" plan:
    The Fed sort of manipulates the economy, keeps rates low, keeps borrowing costs low. That enables a lot of creation of debt. It enables riskier assets which may not even be profitable in many cases or could be totally speculative like in the case of crypto, it allows them to sort of get inflated in price because investors of all kinds are looking for returns.
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