BP, Population Reduction and the End of an Age - Ian R. Crane
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BP, Population Reduction and the End of an Age - Ian R. Crane.mp4 - 55min 6s 640 x 480
“Ian has unique insight into the hidden hierarchy of the industrial military complex. I’m just glad he’s on our side!”
“Ian Crane was outspoken enough when he worked inside the oil industry, it’s good to see that he doesn’t let any industry loyalty stand in his way when seeking out the truth.”
“This DVD is absolute f***ing Dynamite & what a wonderful finale, I had tears streaming down my cheeks but if you tell anyone, I’ll kill you myself!! Well done, buddy.”
The BP Deepwater Horizon Rig explosion was right on time!
Was this outrageous ecological disaster the result of equipment failure, inadequate safety procedures, incompetent personnel or something far more sinister?
In this outstanding presentation former Oilfield Executive Ian R Crane draws attention to the significance of the April 19th/20th date within the Occult belief system of those who consider themselves to be the rightful rulers of a planetary fiefdom.
On April 19th 2010 Ian R Crane sent out a Newsletter warning his readers to 'Stay Vigilent' as he had a strong sense of foreboding that a 'False Flag' event was about to be unleashed. His intuition heightened by the knowledge that Waco, the Oklahoma City Bombing, Hitler's Birthday & the Columbine High School massacre all occured during the Festival of 'Sacrifice by Fire'.
Crane's oilfield industry background enables him to apply forensic analysis to events leading up to the destruction of the Deepwater Horizon. Analysis which has enabled him to identify the individual who was ultimately responsible for what transpired and who must now be required to answer deep and probing questions regarding his allegiances outside of BP. Remarkably, Ian names the same individual described as a '32 year old punk' by Matthew Simmons, in an interview with Bloomberg TV just a few days before he was found dead in his hot tub!
Not only does this disaster bear all the hallmarks of a contrived event; it is an event which will have long-lasting and far-reaching impact upon the lives of tens perhaps hundreds of millions of people. Whilst increasing numbers of people get sick in the Gulf Coast and the reports of 'Crop Damage' appear throughout the US, the British and European media leads the general public to believe that the oil has all but disappeared from the Gulf of Mexico and that the whole event was exaggerated by a US media, generating mass hysteria in a bid to demonise BP. However, it is imperative we consider the implications of the toxic Oil/Corxit mix entering the Gulf Stream and being transported around the Globe.
Ian says, “The long term impact upon Florida and the Gulf Coast makes Chernobyl look like an attractive vacation resort!"
In discussing the imminence of the ultimate global economic collapse, Ian advocates bold action to remove socio-psychopathic Banksters as the first essential step towards establishing a Humanitarian economy.
... and all is certainly not lost! Ian recounts his recent visit with the Q'ero, the Ancient Wisdom Keepers of the Inca. A remarkable group of indigineous people, lost to the world then returning to the 'lower world' after living at 16,500ft in the High Andes for over 400 years with the specific intent of sharing their prophecy ... because NOW is The Time!
Are we going to let the lunacy of the New World Order agenda unfold without challenge ... or are we going to start taking responsibility for the future of Humanity and our planet?
MPEG-4 (Base Media): 189MB, 55min 6s
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- BP, Population Reduction and the End of an Age - Ian R. Crane.mp4 (189.1 MB)