How Big Oil Conquered the World (And Its Wealth Controlled the Masses)

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(The Daily Sheeple) Its impact is not just on energy, but on all areas of modern life over the course of the past century.

Busts, booms, shortages, the automobile industry, the conservation movement and more center around it. Today, with plunging prices and the biggest glut anyone can remember, it may be enough to bring down the economy.

James Corbett of the just released his latest “must see documentary” on the rise and dominance of big oil.

Corbett describes the “oiligarchy” that has spent the past century using treachery, deceit and parlour tricks to control the masses, fuel the economy and steer the direction and terms of progress.

The Rockefeller dynasty figure prominently in the story, with plenty of strong armed tactics used to monopolize the industry and make John D. Rockefeller the world’s first billionaire. His very name is synonymous with extreme wealth and the privilege of being above the law, above the government and well out of reach for anyone looking to hold them accountable.

Via the CorbettReport:

From farm to pharmaceutical, diesel truck to dinner plate, pipeline to plastic product, it is impossible to think of an area of our modern-day lives that is not affected by the oil industry. The story of oil is the story of the modern world. And this is the story of those who helped shape that world, and how the oil-igarchy they created is on the verge of monopolizing life itself.

But there is more to the story.

The wealth and outrage against the Rockefellers prompted the rise of philanthropy, and public relations tricks the family used to whitewash their name, while creating new and incredibly powerful vehicles for social engineering – and the creation of nothing short of a new world order.

Under anti-trust laws, the government attempted to reign in the world’s greatest oil empire, but ironically this rogue regime became more powerful than ever before.

Where is that new world headed today, with the focus not on crude oil, but the attempt to transition to green and sustainable energy? You might be surprised to find many of the same familiar faces in control of these new paradigms, too…

If the tricks and techniques of the world’s most wealthy and powerful aren’t understood and decoded, it will be all the more difficult to break their deception and restore freedom to society.

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  • ccambridge

    More green = more taxes less money and comfort for the average person. Question why the politicians love green..they are invested in it. Their companies fail and taxpayers to the bailout.

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    Big oil got it’s big break when Edison-and probably others-were able to suppress Nikola Tesla’s theories on energy.

    • SP_88

      Nikola Tesla was a man that was well ahead of his time. He was an expert at thinking outside the box. His research and development was responsible for many of the devices we use today.
      But despite his genus inventions he died penniless. And the reason for that was because he wouldn’t play ball with the status quo. The government grabbed all his work and hid it away somewhere after he died so it could never interfere with the oil industry. Because of money and greed, we are forced to use fossil fuels instead of whatever clean energy had been invented by various people who either died or disappeared under suspicious circumstances. I’m sure that any inventions that threaten the oil industry are either bought out or snuffed out by industry thugs who want to protect the cash flowing out of the ground. Because if someone invented a way to generate cheap energy, it would cost the oil industry billions of dollars in profits.

  • Tatiana Covington

    Oil is 4x as energy dense as is coal. Easier to distribute too, since it’s fluid. It has tens of thousands of uses. So it outcompeted everything else. Straight Darwinism.