Price of crude soars precisely as Bilderberg Group planned, but media still claims they have no influence over world affairs
Paul Joseph Watson
May 6, 2008
A report by Goldman Sachs Group Inc. forecasts that oil prices will reach $150 to $200 dollars a barrel within 2 years, a figure in line with the ultra-elite Bilderberg's plans to squeeze the middle class and lower the living standards of westerners.
"Crude oil may rise to between $150 and $200 a barrel within two years as growth in supply fails to keep pace with increased demand from developing nations, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. analysts led by Arjun N. Murti said in a report," according to Bloomberg News.
"The possibility of $150-$200 per barrel seems increasingly likely over the next six-24 months, though predicting the ultimate peak in oil prices as well as the remaining duration of the upcycle remains a major uncertainty," the Goldman analysts wrote in the report dated May 5.
Our prediction that oil would crash through the $100 barrier on its way towards $200 was made in September last year when prices had just reached $80 dollars a barrel.
The ultra-secretive Bilderberg Group, a consortium of power brokers from banking, business, politics, academia and oil, met in Munich Germany in May 2005 when crude oil prices were around the $40 a barrel mark.
During the conference, Henry Kissinger told his fellow attendees that the elite had resolved to ensure that oil prices would double over the course of the next 12-24 months, which is exactly what happened.
During their 2006 meeting in Ottawa Canada, Bilderberg agreed to push for $105 a barrel before the end of 2008. This information was gleaned from sources inside Bilderberg who have proven reliable in the past. That figure has already been surpassed by $15 dollars as oil shot up past $120 dollars a barrel today.
If anything, the plan to hike oil prices up to $200 is on an accelerated course. Far from having a crystal ball that allows us to divine the future, we were able to accurately predict the soaring cost of oil by simply listening to what the power brokers themselves were saying, albeit through moles that managed to infiltrate Bilderberg meetings and obtain the information.
As we have documented, Bilderberg have sworn to bring about what Jose Barroso, President of the European Commission and a Bilderberg member, refers to as the "post-industrial revolution," which in layman's terms translates as a global economic crash, another great depression and the total evisceration of the middle class.
This will be accomplished by hyping the doomsday threat of global warming in alliance with the promotion of peak oil.
Peak oil is a scam manufactured by the oil companies to create artificial scarcity and drive up profits for transnational oil cartels. It was first originated in 1956 by Shell Oil's M. King Hubbert, who said that only one and a quarter trillion barrels of crude were left, a figure that was surpassed at the end of 2006. According to Hubbert's original calculations, the planet should already have produced its last drop over a year ago.
By pushing peak oil theories and tying them in with the man-made global warming fraud, Bilderberg seeks to jack up oil prices to the point where the living standards of the middle class become unsustainable and the west is lowered into second world status while fat cat elitists reap the financial and political bounty.
The fact that oil prices have tracked Bilderberg's targets almost precisely over the past three years offers further proof to debunk the notion that the annual Bilderberg conference is a mere talking shop where no policy is set.
In addition, such an important policy being decided behind closed doors underscores the brazenly undemocratic nature of Bilderberg and the complicity of the corporate media in continually claiming that Bilderberg has no influence over world affairs.