By Paul Proctor
Can it be stopped?
My wife and I took a rare trip to the coast last weekend hoping to enjoy a salty breeze, a sunny beach and some fresh seafood while it’s still available, affordable and edible. There are, of course, many conflicting news reports and photos of tarred beaches, toxic fumes and dead or dying sea life in and around the Gulf of Mexico; but we ended up on the Atlantic Coast instead.
As we walked along a crowded beach on Hilton Head, I couldn’t help but wonder if we’d ever see and experience such things again. After the reported failures of BP to stop the grossly understated flow of oil into the Gulf from the well site of Deepwater Horizon and the chilling possibility that reported “plumes” would eventually reach ocean currents that could carry them eastward around the Florida peninsula and up the east coast, I must admit, at times I felt more like a watchman on duty than a traveler on holiday.
After returning home someone sent me the link to a startling YouTube video interview about the Gulf disaster featuring Lindsey Williams, a Baptist missionary, author, lecturer and expert on oil-related matters who served for many years in an executive capacity as chaplain for the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline. He wrote an eye-opening book about it all a few years back entitled, The Energy Non-Crisis. If what he has to say is true, America is heading for an unimaginable catastrophe.
This wasn’t my first encounter with the good reverend having heard him interviewed about his days in Alaska some years ago on Dr. Stanley Monteith’s Radio Liberty broadcast – a program I’ve been a guest on several times myself that originates out of Monterrey Bay, California. So, I was already familiar with Williams, his above-named book, and those, like Dr. Stan, who consider him to be a very credible source of information.
After listening to his interview on Alex Jones’ show – I searched out some other Lindsey Williams interviews on YouTube, finding one from Dr. Stan’s show posted last January.
Having lived for three years with those who control the world – “the elite,” as Williams calls them – he said he knows their mindset – that “they are part of the occult.” He went on to cite some dire predictions for 2010 in his Radio Liberty interview from an 87 year old former CEO who, according to Williams, “knows everything that goes on behind closed doors” and was “not in good health” – a man who told him: “Chaplain, I’m too old to care…just go tell it all…tell the world…everybody needs to know it.”
Williams is quick to point out he is in no way a prophet – that his information comes directly from industry insiders and that he only shares what they allow him to go public with – saying, “everything they have said has come to pass exactly like I was told at the time that it would happen.”
Among the more unsettling predictions, Williams said gasoline will hit six to seven dollars a gallon here in America as the value of the dollar plummets by 30 to 50 percent this year making the day to day necessities, like food and water, unaffordable – and that by 2012 our currency will be dead. Click here to continue reading.