By Jim Frazier
Allegations swirl about the gulf oil rig explosion. A gag order exists, says Lindsey Williams, author of the Non-Energy Crisis. “No one is getting the truth. No one is asking the most important questions. Right now, they are betraying the people of America.”
Williams is a pastor who ministered to oil executives in Alaska years ago and became good friends with top oil executives. His book, Non-Energy Oil Crisis, says the world is “awash in oil.”
“Secrets are being kept because the oil companies want to keep prices up,” he said. “Oil is everywhere. You just have to drill deep.”
A Houston investment banker who serves the oil industry concurs. Matthew Simmons says that “BP is controlling the news.”
“This was not done on purpose. It was not a conspiracy,” Williams says, but information is being kept from the public. “The most vital question is the oil pressure at the pump head,” Williams said. “This is not being discussed, on purpose. Most oil wells are built to handle pressures of 1500 pounds per square inch. “They hit a stratum of oil with a pressure of 20,000 to 70,000 pounds per square inch,” Williams said. “The extreme pressures burst every safety valve on the rig. This is at the edge of human technology. No floating rig has been built with fail-safe valves that can withstand that kind of pressure. The force was 20 to 70 times the maximum capacity of the fail-safe valves. That’s why it blew.” Eleven workers died in the explosion.
Williams says the oil coming up into the gulf is reddish brown or chocolate color. “This is known as a-biotic oil. That means this oil was not formed by forests, plant life, and dinosaurs which disintegrated in some ancient era. That whole idea is a fraud,” according to Williams. “Oil is everywhere around the world at these deep levels and not formed by plant life. That is a myth. We don’t know how it is formed, but the world is awash in this deep oil.”
Williams says that one of the facts being kept from the public is that oil is now seeping up from the ocean bed in a region 5-20 miles away from the rig. “The oil stratum was apparently fractured, and plumes of oil are gushing up all over. The oil is spewing up all around the rig. No one is revealing this because that means it can’t be stopped. This is beyond human technology to contain.”
According to Williams, the Russians have pioneered and perfected the drilling of super-deep wells. In the last few years, Russia has ranked first in oil production over Saudi Arabia because they have drilled over 300 super-deep 40,000 foot wells. “This was the first attempt by British Petroleum to drill that deep, and their safety valves were not designed to handle the super extreme pressures.”
Williams said the Russian method has been applied only on land. “The Russians are smart enough to not experiment at sea,” he said. “This was BP’s first attempt, and they tried it at sea. This was their mistake. They should never have experimented in the ocean with a floating rig.” The oil rig is fixed in place by a GPS system, not by any anchor.
Williams was told by oil industry insiders that 3-4 months will be needed to drill an angle-well to place a nuclear device. “One option is a nuclear device,” he said. “They are seriously considering a nuclear option. Supposedly, the Russians have used them on land. But, if that doesn’t succeed, the oil will never stop, and people will need to migrate away from the gulf region. This is very serious. The threat is more serious than they are presenting to the public.”
The oil is not the greatest danger, Williams says. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) documents show levels of toxic gasses in the air thousands of times over safe limits. Benzene, Hydrogen Sulfate and other gasses are toxic to humans. “These gasses are more dangerous than the oil and are now affecting the lungs of people in Florida. They are having breathing problems,” he said. “The gasses can be toxic to children and babies. People will have no option but to move and leave the region,” he said.
A CNN report on June 25th says that some Florida residents insist the chemicals along with the oil are making them violently ill. They say they’re nauseated. They’ve got headaches and breathing problems.
The Florida Health department issued a health advisory for residents in Okaloosa County. “If you have breathing problems, leave the area and contact your doctor, as necessary. ”
Senator Bill Nelson, (Florida-D) said on MSNBC on June 9th that oil is seeping up from the sea bed. On CBS NEWS on June 10th, Nelson said that Homeland Security prevented network TV cameras from visiting an oil patch off Pensacola, Florida. “”We had it all set up with the TV network, then Homeland Security said ‘you can’t take the media.’ Nelson feels there are “too many cooks in the kitchen.”
Senator Nelson says the Coast Guard and BP share control of the operation about 50-50. “You can’t run a major tragic operation without somebody in charge,” Nelson said. “You’ve got to have a chain of command.” Nelson is taking action to protect the Florida coastline.
Williams said the media control is purposeful. “They don’t want to panic people to start migrating. They don’t want the financial markets to be affected.” During a recent radio interiveiw, he received hundreds of calls from Florida people with breathing problems, he said. “They are keeping the extent of the breathing problems out of the media, too. But people in Florida are suffering. We need to prepare for a massive exodus.”
Williams has prepared an audio CD for people to copy and freely distribute. “There is no copyright,” he said. “Copy it and give it to everyone you know.” His contact number is: 1.888.799.6111. www.prophecyclub.com