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High Energy Prices are the Result of the WEF’s “Build Back Better” Slave Grid—Not Putin, or Russia


By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, May 18, 2022

   With heating oil prices now at a record high $6.00 per gallon going into the low-demand summer season, diesel fuel at $6.25 and gasoline on its way to $4.50 - all record-setting price points - some have claimed Joe Biden doesn’t have a handle on the issues that impact Americans most.  The more likely scenario is that this is the actual plan of Biden and his globalist puppet-master controllers as they leverage the Russians entering into the 8 year-long Ukrainian civil war on the side of the provinces in Eastern Ukraine as a scapegoat to shift attention away from their “Build Back Better” austerity program which is designed to drastically reduce fuel consumption, food supplies and supply chain infrastructure for the masses while retaining those same luxuries for the unelected globalists who have arbitrarily appointed themselves the leaders of the planet.

   While Western media portrays Russia as the aggressor, they ignore the fact that a U.S. led coup in the Ukrainian government in 2014, directed by Obama’s State Department and CIA, led to a hot civil war between the globalist-friendly Western portion of Ukraine against its own citizens in Eastern Ukraine who happen to be more aligned with their neighbors in Russia.  For the past 8 years, the U.S.-led and financed Ukrainian government has been bombing, shelling and launching rocket attacks against its own citizens in the Donbas region of Eastern Ukraine utilizing the pro-NAZI Azov Battalion as the primary aggressor force.  When Joe Biden escalated the mantra of allowing that mess into NATO, which would have been a direct threat to Russia, Russian President Vladimir Putin finally entered that civil war to liberate the newly recognized republics of Donetsk and Luhansk and to secure a buffer area that would not be under NATO control.  The globalists then seized this opportunity to impose sanctions on Russia, which are having little effect, in order to provide a cover story for the implementation of their “Build Back Better” program of wholesale deindustrialization of the West and returning the citizenry therein to a lifestyle reminiscent of serfs in medieval times deprived of food, fuel, medicine and basic necessities whilst the globalists set themselves up as the new kings and feudal overlords.

   The so-called “Build Back Better” austerity program is an initiative of Klaus Schwab, founder of the world-wide chamber of commerce for billionaire multi-national corporations known as the World Economic Forum (WEF).  Schwab is not an elected political leader, but has positioned himself - and the money behind his organization's membership - over the past several decades to directly install or influence political leaders in countries around the world and have policies implemented that work toward the WEF's total ownership of all personal property and real estate on the planet with the masses reduced to renting everything they need to survive from that self-appointed global cabal.  The most recent push toward those ends is making energy unaffordable for the common person while consolidating all energy sources under the auspices of the WEF membership.

   The effects of this program can be seen in the U.S. with excessively high energy prices for electricity, gasoline, diesel, heating fuel and natural gas.  While Western media attempts to blame natural gas price surges on hot weather in the western U.S., the reality is that a self-imposed embargo on cheap Russian fuel and natural gas in the European Union has forced those countries to seek other sources for those fuels.   The U.S. is a major exporter of crude oil and does have a decent supply of its own natural gas.  With the EU now bidding the prices up for those commodities on the world market, U.S. oil and natural gas that should be flowing to U.S. consumers are instead being shipped to Europe causing supplies in the U.S. to fall and prices to subsequently rise.

    According to a recent report by Reuters, “The United States has generally been isolated when it comes to the natural gas market. The nation produces roughly 97 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) of natural gas, enough for domestic consumption and export of about 12 bcfd by way of LNG tankers.”1

   Millions of barrels of domestically-produced U.S. oil would typically go to the Cushing, Oklahoma, storage hub but instead are being exported to Europe, who is bidding the price up at the expense of the U.S. consumer.  The ill-conceived sanctions against Russia threw the oil market into disarray, as companies, attempting to be ‘politically correct,’ stopped buying Russian oil, causing prices to skyrocket. Worldwide buyers are looking to source crude wherever they can, and exports have risen in recent weeks from the United States, the world's largest crude producer.

   In 2021, the U.S. exported an average of 2.98 million barrels of crude oil per day2 (while replacing a third of it with oil from OPEC!)3  U.S. crude exports rose to 3.8 million barrels per day for the March 18 week, the highest since July 2021, U.S. Energy Department data showed. Cushing stockpiles are currently at 25.2 million barrels, just off a four-year low reached in early March. 

  In 2021, the U.S. exported an average of 8.63 million barrels per day of oil and petroleum products.  In mid-April, 2022 those exports had increased dramatically.  As reported by Phil Rosen, from Yahoo News, “[in mid-April] weekly exports from the US hit a record 10.6 million barrels a day, reinforcing the country's position as a last-ditch energy supplier as other nations slow their uptake of Russian oil. Additionally, US outgoing cargoes outweighed its imports by the largest-ever margin per government data dating back to 1990, Bloomberg reported.”4

    The EU has invested heavily into so-called “green” energy sources such as wind and solar power.  However, those are generally inefficient window-dressing sources of energy that have to be augmented with a backbone of crude oil and natural gas.  These energy sources were formerly acquired from Russia.  Even during the opening weeks of Russian involvement in the Ukraine civil war, Russia was still selling oil and natural gas to the EU member states which rely on Russia for up to 40% of their total energy demands for not only heating and transportation, but also their complex manufacturing base.   With the implementation of sanctions against Russia, those countries have threatened the stability of their own economies while the economy of Russia continues generally unscathed.

   Before the military operation in Ukraine, the Russian Ruble was trading at around 75 Rubles to 1 U.S. dollar.  Days after the Western sanctions were placed against Russia, the Ruble had dropped to around 150 Rubles per dollar.  However, that drop was short-lived and recovered quickly within two weeks' time to its pre-war status.  Since the recovery of the Ruble, it has slowly strengthened against the dollar.  With President Putin demanding payment for his oil and natural gas in Rubles instead of dollars or Euros, demand for Russian currency has increased to the point that it is currently trading at 64 Rubles per U.S. dollar (on May 14, 2022) -  a nearly 20 percent increase in value against the dollar.  While Russian citizens are also experiencing price inflation, their inflation rate is on par with other countries around the world, so the sanctions are having little effect on the Russian economy as Western leaders have suggested they would.

   But, the countries who are being adversely affected by the Russian sanctions are - likely by design - those who are imposing the sanctions to begin with.  In Germany, the elimination of cheap Russian oil and gas from the supply chain threatens all of that country’s heavy industrial manufacturing centers.  In the U.S., diverting more of our own oil away from domestic use to be used in the EU is also having a negative effect on food production and distribution, travel expenses and is placing an even heavier load on an already strained supply chain infrastructure.  Since the sanctions are having little to no effect on Russia in general, it can only be concluded that this is a self-inflicted economic wound and the Russia/Ukraine war merely a cleverly utilized distraction. 

   The economic devastation in the U.S. appears to be the intent of Joe Biden’s Democrat handlers (Biden is incapable of making decisions at this point in his dementia-laden life) and his “Build Back Better” WEF controllers all along.