For starters, let’s define oligarch: A person who belongs to a small group of people who govern or control a country, business, etc.
Over the years, I have discovered that the headlines that commonly display across the spectrum of the mainstream media are nothing but a cover for government and corporate misdeeds that would undermine the public’s confidence in those entrusted with their safety and welfare. In many cases, the daily news is a distraction so the public will not focus on the reality of business-as-usual corruption and greed.
If you are old enough, you may recall that on September 10, 2001, Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, stated that the Pentagon could not account for 2.3 trillion dollars. Wow! The fox complaining about the hens. Now, this is not chump change. Someone was responsible and had 9/11 not occurred the following day that person or persons might have gone to prison. Instead, Bush asked for even more money to beef up the military and intelligence agencies in order to start his contrived “War on Terror.” Actually, the total amount missing was 6.5 trillion according to a subsequent audit that never saw the light of day.
Now let’s move forward a few years and the back-to-back hurricanes which recently devastated the Gulf states. The obvious stories might be climate change or lives and homes lost, or relief efforts, or evacuations, and the safeguarding of sensitive installations, not to mention power outages.
Truthfully, the real story is going to be the effect this devastation will have on the supply of oil and petroleum. Few, if any TV networks will cover this cause and effect approach, if they value their corporate advertisers.
The bottom line is oil companies are now in a position to fleece the American motorist and fill their pockets with undeserved profits.
The general rule, according to the EIA (Energy Information Administration), is that about two-thirds of your cost of gas at the pumps is determined by crude oil cost. The current price of WTI rude oil (West Texas Intermediate, a Texas light, sweet crude) as of September 13, 2017 is $48.63 per barrel, but watch it grow over the year. The rest is a combination of taxes, refining, distribution and marketing. These are ultimately just some of the 11 factors that influence gas prices. If the refining and distribution of petroleum produced by the Gulf states is interrupted the price of gas at the pumps will dramatically increase. Mark my words.
Man-made hurricanes (HAARP and chemtrails) are the distraction. Greed is the motive. The victim? The American public, of course.
Who are these oligarchs that rule the world? The following video will give you a clue but in actuality there are 13 family dynasties that dominate the world in finance, energy production, transportation, armaments, and much more.