Mike Ruppert and the myth of Peak Oil

RINF News | May 29, 2007

Peak Oil, the CIA, PNAC and the CFR. A cauldron of lies and destruction. How did Mike Ruppert fall into this mess? I myself was shocked when he announced that 9/11 was passe’ and that everyone should just move on. It seemed like he was a paid left-gatekeeper, attempting to neutralize all the work that had gone into exposing the conspiracy. I was equally disturbed by his wholehearted embracing of Peak Oil, when it quickly became obvious that it was just another globalist scam for power and profit, just as Global Warming is. Yet, the Left never tires of getting conned by the globalist robber-barrons do they? They are addicted to group-think which harms everyone.

I once wrote Ruppert explaining my views on 9/11. I stated that the “Illuminati” staged the attack to get a New World Order of global government, perpetual war for profit, eugenics and a Techno-Orwellian police state. He shot back that there was no such thing as the Illuminati and that it would be journalistic suicide to breathe a word about it. Strange, I thought, but I was in the process of learning just how brainwashed the Left was. I just hope they wake up to who our real enemies are someday.

This piece doesn’t answer all the questions, but it is thought-provoking. Read on.

PW

Mike Ruppert & Peak Oil
 
By Ian R. Crane
 

I have learned recently that Mike Ruppert was taken seriously ill in Venezuela and is now recuperating in Canada. It’s very sad to hear of Mike’s predicament and wish him a full and speedy recovery. I suspect that Mike has for some time now realised that he is caught up in a web of intrigue which goes far beyond anything he ever dreamed of when he ’signed up’ to poularise the myth of Peak Oil.

‘Crossing the Rubicon’ is a critical part of the official mythology.

I have good reason to suspect the hand of John M. Deutch behind Mike Ruppert’s transition from pioneer of 9/11 Truth to purveyor of Peak Oil mythology. It’s no great secret that Mike made a life-long enemy of Deutch when he exposed CIA drug running during Deutch’s tenure as head of that organisation.

As a non-executive director of Raytheon, Deutch has benefited personally from the rewards associated with the massive increase in arms sales, as a result of the illegal wars in Afghanistan & Iraq. However, his personal financial profit from Raytheon pales into insignificance when compared with the five fold increase in the stock price of Schlumberger, where he has been on the board of directors since 1997 (the year before I left Schlumberger after 19 years; the last three and a half years being based in the NeoCon capital, Houston Texas).

The price of oil in 1999 bottomed at $9.81 per barrel; a figure that was considered to be far too low to sustain an appropriate level of investment in the industry. The US oil industry was also concerned that if Iraqi oil came back on full stream any time soon, it could depress prices even further. This would not only have a serious negative effect on the oil industry but would also be detrimental to the flow of the US$ in the international financial markets; thereby reducing the ability of major oil producing countries to purchase US goods & services. With the Clinton/Gore regime showing little enthusiasm for addressing these issues, the Neo-Cons saw the window of opportunity to change the political landscape with the forthcoming (2000) presidential election. Taking their lead from Zbigniew Brzezinski’s 1997 book, ‘The Grand Chessboard’, the Neo-Con think-tank known as ‘The Project for the New American Century’ produced their blueprint for an aggressive US foreign policy in their September 2000 report titled, ‘Rebuilding America’s Defenses – Strategy, Forces & Resources for a New Century’.

Once in office, Dick Cheney commissioned a report on behalf of his oilfield buddies (Cheney was CEO of Halliburton from 1995 until being elected/appointed vice-President in 2000) titled, ‘Strategic Energy Policy Challenges for the 21st Century’. The report was supposedly produced by ‘An independent Task Force, sponsored by the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy of Rice University and The Council on Foreign Relations’. One of the participants in the discussions leading to the production of this report was ‘Kenny boy’ Lay; none other than the now disgraced (and supposedly deceased) ex-CEO of ENRON and major contributor to the Bush/Cheney 2000 campaign fund. Another of the signatories of this report was Thomas F. McLarty, Vice-Chairman of Kissinger McLarty Associates, listed as ‘an international strategic advisory firm’. An Independent Task Force? Need I say more?

However, one of the lesser known but most significant participants in the production of this document was one Matthew Simmons, President of Simmons & Company International, a specialised energy investment bank. Simmons is also a member of the National Petroleum Council and Bush/Cheney Energy Transition Advisory Committee and past Chairman of the National Ocean Industries Association. Whilst Colin Campbell takes the credit for re-awakening interest in the work of Dr. Marion King Hubbert (he didn’t like the name Marion, so he had everyone address him as ‘King’), Matthew Simmons, who admits to first reading Campbell’s hypothesis in 1996, was instrumental in translating the basic tenets of Hubbert’s depletion theory into an investment context. All that remained was to get the principles of the theory into the mass consciousness. A strategy that would be absolutely critical in softening the public reaction to the growing realisation that Weapon’s of Mass Destruction would never be found in Iraq; as admitted by Paul Wolfowitz in 2003 that the myth of WMD’s was created for political expediency (link: www.truthout.org/docs_03/053103A.shtml

Consequently, it was essential that the American public were initiated into the theory of ‘Peak Oil’ as rapidly as possible. Only Mike Ruppert knows the detail of the circumstances which lead to his infamous interview with Matthew Simmons on August 18th, 2003. The reality is that this date was the turning point for Mike Ruppert; by early 2004 Mike had turned his attentions away from exposing the fraud of 9/11, focusing instead on promoting and popularising the theory of ‘Peak Oil’. As a direct result of his outstanding work on 9/11, the majority of his acolytes followed Mike blindly into the very plausible but selectively simplistic theory of ‘Peak Oil’. By encouraging Ruppert to incorporate the concept of ‘Peak Oil’ into ‘Crossing the Rubicon’, Simmons was able to ensure that the concept of ‘Peak Oil’ went ‘mainstream’, particularly amongst the 9/11 skeptic community, within a matter of months. The subliminal message being that even if the events of 9/11 don’t stand up to scrutiny and the attack on Iraq had been somewhat less than legitimate, these events were a necessity if we (the gas guzzling USA) are to retain our oil dependent life-style … ‘cos ultimately, we the (USA) come first; although the gentlemen of AIPAC & the ADL might have other priorities … but more on that particular issue another time!

Deutch, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, is a serious playmaker; a talent that Euan Baird, Andrew Gould’s predecessor as CEO of Schlumberger, would have been well aware of in selecting him to serve as a non-executive Director, despite the fact that there was a serious cloud over the legality of his activities and behaviour while head of the CIA, thanks largely to the tenacious investigative work of a guy by the name of … Mike Ruppert. It was reported that Mike Ruppert, single-handedly, cost CIA Director John Deutch his guaranteed appointment as Secretary of Defense after confronting him at Locke High School with hard facts about CIA drug-dealing (President Clinton pardoned Deutch on his last day in office). Based upon the circles in which they move, it is unthinkable that Deutch and Simmons (also a member of the CFR), would not have crossed each others paths on numerous occasions but if any confirmation were needed that these two major players have had considerable direct contact, look no further than an organisation called ‘Resources for the Future’, where both Deutch and Simmons serve as Board Members! Deutch’s membership the CFR, his previous membership of the intelligence community, coupled with his Phi Beta Kappa connections, would have been more than enough to ‘arrange’ for the highest profile 9/11 antagonist, to become the populariser of Peak Oil, either wittingly or otherwise!

As an aside, it is interesting to note that Deutch was invited to be the Phi Beta Kappa orator at Harvard in June 2005, delivering a speech to recent PBK graduates during which he questioned the wisdom of retaining US forces in Iraq. Co-incidentally, this speech was delivered exactly one month prior to the London bombings. In 2006, Deutch then chaired the Independent Task Force established by the Council on Foreign Relations to produce the report on ‘National Security Consequences of US Oil Dependency’, a role in which he was able to bring fellow Schlumberger Board Member Linda G. Stuntz to the attention of the CFR.

As a further aside, Jamie Gorelick, another Schlumberger Board Member and member of the CFR, was instrumental in ensuring that the 9/11 Commission stayed ‘on message’ … but more on her another time.

All that said, I do not advocate a continuation of ninety million barrel per day consumption … but who do you think owns all the patents on alternative energy? The oil & gas industry has much to answer for but by touting and perpetuating the myth of peak oil, my ex-colleagues in the oil industry are laughing all the way to the bank, cashing in stock options that lay moribund for almost twenty years but have in the past three years, provided them with access to wealth beyond their wildest imagination. Just take a look at the obscene profitability reported by all the major oil companies since 2003. If any of the big boys seriously believed in Peak Oil they would be investing at much higher levels in new seismic exploration, new drilling techniques, reservoir management and stimulation processes, as well as the construction of new drilling rigs. In fact, they could easily double or even treble the current level of investment and still report record profitability. Why don’t they do it? Because the theory of Peak Oil has no traction within the industry. Why don’t they argue against it? Would you, when you are reaping the phenomenal benefits in ‘Shareholder Value’?

Schlumberger and Halliburton, the two major global oilfield services companies, come closest to declaring their interest in perpetuating the Peak Oil mythology by sponsoring Colin Campbell’s Association for the Study of Peak Oil (ASPO); not to be confused with an ASBO … although some might see some synergy between the two!

Meanwhile, Matthew Simmons & John Deutch make out like bandits, thanks primarily to the success in getting Mike Ruppert to take up the cause and popularise a theory that would have been far more difficult to implant in the wider consciousness, without his participation. Mike’s reward is poor health and life on the run.

I have this vision of John Deutch, wearing a wry smile as he monitors the SLB stock price while thumbing through his copy of ‘Crossing the Rubicon’, saying to himself, “Thanks Mike, you owed me.”
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Related:

The Myth Of Peak Oil
http://www.prisonplanet.com/archives/peak_oil/index.htm

Global Oil Scam: War, Disaster, Lower Living Standards Mean Mega Profits
http://infowars.net/articles/july2006/280706oil.htm

Peak Oil Scam Exposed – Again (Mike Ruppert Too) 
http://www.conspiracyplanet.com/channel.cfm?channelid=63&contentid=2819&page=2

Oil Is NOT A Fossil Fuel – It Is Abiotic
http://www.rense.com/general67/oils.htm

The Deep Hot Biosphere : The Myth of Fossil Fuels
http://www.amazon.com/dp/0387952535?tag=www8thestatco-20&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0387952535&adid=1K8CG8BPYVQE7VBF1YNT&

Artificial scarcity
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_scarcity

6 responses to “Mike Ruppert and the myth of Peak Oil

  1. Earthbound Misfit

    Sorry, maybe I missed it, but do you truly believe peak oil is a myth? Are you thinking that there is an infinite amount of the stuff, and that it’s all in easy-to-reach storage tank-like pools? Or are you just another conspiracy theorist… *yawn*

  2. Peak Oil is a Malthusian scenario promoted by members of the Club of Rome who advocate for massive depopulation and eugenics programs. In case people haven’t forgotten, we had Peak Whale Oil over 100 years ago and society did not collapse. The free market made other alternatives more affordable. The same thing will happen if and when petroleum gets harder to exploit. During the Katrina shortages alternative energy stocks rocketed upwards, and we can expect more of the same during the next artificially contrived shortage. In other words, this is a manufactured crisis.

    Shell oil closed its profitable Bakersfield CA refinery in 1996 in order to artificially constrict the supply of gasoline. The Iraq war has take over 2 million barrels of oil a day off the market, further manipulating prices in favor of the ruling elites. This is all part and parcel of a longstanding plan by your so-called benevolent rulers to cull the human race in order to enjoy all of the world’s wealth by themselves. If you want to defeat this goal then you need to get energy independent. There already are commercially available solar, wind and hydroelectric systems that can help you achieve this.

  3. Check out Stanford’s New Wind Map and the recent report by Germany who a advocate placing concentrating solar panels in the desert – either of these sources of energy will generate 300 times more energy than the entire world currently uses.

  4. WoodyWoodman

    It’s a bit of an exageration to suggest that such solar arrays will generate 300 times more than mankind uses. Our 2003 estimate for electrical generation was 1.2 terawatt hours. Even if we assume a conversion efficiency of unity (an unlikely efficiency) and the entire Sahara desert covered in solar arrays you still have the non-trivial challenge of storing, transmitting and distributing the product of the producing hours to the rest of the world. A pleasant but unlikely immediate future.

    As for Earthbound, the concept of abiotic replenishing hydrocarbons though relegated to the ‘conspirist’ ‘net zones remains a possibility demonstrated by some recent work published by the Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. The abstract is that carbon bearing rock and water with iron as a catalyst can produce methane in a vast range of pressure and temperatures found from the magma boundary to just a few tens of miles from the surface. The conclusion is that as long as there is subduction of vast quantities of crust there will be a huge budget of replenishing methane from just this one mechanism. The author should fee free to contact me if you require a copy of the white paper in .pdf format. I have since lost the address though I’m sure it could be found with some searching.

  5. “If any of the big boys seriously believed in Peak Oil they would be investing at much higher levels in new seismic exploration, new drilling techniques, reservoir management and stimulation processes, as well as the construction of new drilling rigs. In fact, they could easily double or even treble the current level of investment and still report record profitability. Why don’t they do it? Because the theory of Peak Oil has no traction within the industry. Why don’t they argue against it? Would you, when you are reaping the phenomenal benefits in ‘Shareholder Value’?”

    Well this show a little naivity on the part of the writer. If you understand the depth of peak oil, you would clearly understand that it is impossible to do more drilling when there is no oil to be found! it is wasted revenue for the oil companies. Of course, they are not going to drill!!! So what do we see nowadays? Well, now they are starting to move toward hydrogen and ethanol. So they can still maintain their profits. And this is a gradual process… Notice that cars are moving toward higher gas mileage little by little. Notice the hype about hydrogen and ethanol? Why? Because they know. Interesting how prices are going up to. And if you pay attention to alternative news and politics, you’ll see that Dick Cheney did mention the decrease in oil production in a conference back in 1999. This does not mean that oil and gas are going to dissappear overnight and that we are going to have a catastrophic consequence because of it. After 2010, it is estimated that production will decrease by 3% every year afterward. They know this (Cheney, big Oil, and automobile industry) so they are planning ahead. In fact, you will in the next few years more and more cars turning to alternative fuels. Interesting enough, GM will be coming out with their new electric car in 2010. Why?

    http://www.motorauthority.com/cars/general-motors/gm-electric-car-to-arrive-in-2010/

    There are a few good documentaries on this matter and some on television that address the oil industry. Have you ever seen “Who Killed the Electric Car?” Highly recommended and gives you a better picture of what is happening in the auto and oil industry.

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