Sunday, February 07, 2016

A conspiracy? You be the judge.

For those of us who believe that we are at grips with various conspiracies, I came across an interesting article written by Dr. Mercola, entitled “How the Oil Industry Conquered Medicine, Finance, and Agriculture.”  In the article, he refers to the investigative journalism of James Corbett, who exposes how the oil industry has shaped and is ruling our world.

Dr. Mercola maintains that “Big Oil” is an industry founded on treachery and deceit.  After John D. Rockefeller founded Standard Oil, he became the world’s first billionaire.  His father, William Avery Rockefeller, was known as “Dr. Livingston” and “Devil Bill,” a so-called “snake oil salesman” and con-man.  He allegedly taught his son, John D. Rockefeller, all the tricks of the trade.  Quoting Corbett: “The world we live in today is the world created in ‘Devil’ Bill’s image.  It’s a world founded on treachery, deceit, and the naïveté of a public that has never wised up to the parlor tricks that the Rockefellers and their ilk have been using to shape the world for the past century and a half.”

As Dr. Mercola suggests, others have followed in the Rockefellers’ footsteps (the Nobels, Rothschilds, Dutch Royal Family, etc.).  Through people’s dependence on oil for most all aspects of life, the result is that these early “oil barons” became wealthy and gained power and influence.  Were it not for these folks’ manipulation and squashing of competition, oil could have been replaced by other resources (electrical engines and public transportation, alcohol and alternative fuels, etc.).  This hold allowed them to control and impoverish the educational establishment. It has contributed directly to the shift from naturopathic-based herbal medicine to a medical industry that uses oil-derived pharmaceuticals.  Their financial power allows them to control the financial system and has served to create a food monopoly by controlling food production.  Their end goal is to monopolize life itself!

The fast food industry is a creation and offshoot stemming from the control exerted by these “oligarchs” (“government by the few”; “a government in which a small group exercises control especially for corrupt and selfish purposes”).  It’s no wonder why the fast food industry has such a hold on the populace.  They make you want it and need it.  Enough is enough!  This has to stop!  It’s time for all of us to speak up and out!

If all of this fails, blame it on fast foods.  That or you can join me in blaming the oligarchs!

- B. J. T. Pepin

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