by George L. (gl2)


from Alien-UfosForum Website


Recently thereís been a sudden development here, in the Bay Area (CA).


Oil has spiked up to $2.50 per gallon. More importantly, it STINKS at the pump--sulfur. Gasoline literally comes out smelling like sewage. And, recently, when I picked someone up at the airport, I could smell the big Chevron refinery miles away--its strong sulfur odor.


That means that the old, good quality oil isnít coming out like they want it to, so theyíre settling for the suflur containing oil (a lower quality) instead. Like Matthew Simmonsí argument about Saudis lying about their oil reserves http //, the Saudis apparently canít meet demand with best quality Gawahr field clean oil.

Something is going on that the press is not talking about. The Chevron refinery near Benicia CA emits a new odor that smells like that goop they put on a womanís hair to do a permanent: strong, acrid and repulsive. Driving to the airport, we smelled it about five miles away from the Chevron refinery the first time, but today, just as we began to rise up out of Vacaville (in the big valley in CA) we could smell the Chevron refinery about 15 miles away! Iíve NEVER smelled it like that before---the same putrid sulfur-containing stink (like a womanís permanent hair treatment).

Pass the word: the stink is out. This may be a major turning point in US oil consumption. Itís bad for business when gas at the pump smells like sewage. Major retailers wouldnít buy such oil unless it was all they could get. The once reliable Gawahr oil field in Saudi Arabia may be over with. Here in California, the oil may come straight from the Mideast, where the stinky, sulfur containing oil is now being peddled.

Has anyone else noticed the stink at the gas pump, a drastic increase in odors near refineries?

*What some donít understand is that as we pass the mid-point of total remaining oil supply, even if there is more oil, the good quality oil is gone, leaving only the sulfur containing oil, the smaller, more expensive-to-extract fields, which rockets the price up. Then, as demand increases, yet supply begins to drop FOREVER (never to meet the demand), the economy changes. Prices are too high for the poor and unimperialistic. The entire world economy changes. Even though oil remains, it isnít cheap and we canít coast along on autopilot. Every single day there will be crisis, political maneuverings and protest over scarcity - which hits some all over the globe. Supply no longer is adequate for demand.

All those oil shales in Canada? Expensive to extract: they require a huge energy use to get the oil out.

And when poorer nations donít have enough oil to truck their food, use their generators and plow their fields, prices for food, medicines and more will go up. They wonít sit and wait for us to sell them energy alternatives. Theyíll do their own research and will market alternative energy products (like electrogravity) without waiting for a weapons-manufacturer like the US to tell them how to do it.


A larger alternative to the G-8 and WTO will form up quickly, an independent non-aligned movement that wonít wait for the US to okay their credit. It will change international politics.


China will have most of the money and the US will go begging for credit to finance its wars and scams and fear-mongering. But when the oil is no longer controlled by US and allied flotillas, the real money powers (not the US, which is a great debtor, a pan-handler trying to scam positive trade balance countries with terror schemes and WMD scams and economic pyramid schemes like Enron and Bechtel water takeovers) the real money powers will assert more control.

Saudi Arabia will overthrow the monarchy, which will try to sabotage both the Saudi people and US credit if they donít get their spoiled child way. The Saudi monarchs, who propagate a fanatical chop-their-heads-off kind of Islam to stay in power yet are drunken, womanizing drug money manipulators, will flee Saudi Arabia and try to live behind the scenes in the US and Europe. But then their money, if tied up in US banks, wonít be so secure. Chinese money will be stronger. Imagine the Saudis trying to hang out in China... They wonít last. Their last gasp will be sabotage and some bizarre elitist agenda.

When the oil gets dirty and stinky, when the price goes up but the supply is short, countries like Russia and Venezuela will be free to demand that the US sign on to Kyoto, that the US think about international law rather than spoiled child histrionics and saber rattling. Other countries will have their fingers on the pulse, not the US, which will see the dollar dive.


Other currencies will be stronger, forcing the US to do common sense, basic things that it now thumbs its nose at. Conservative ecological derelicts wonít be so popular. Ann Coulter wonít be able to sell books with chapters that pooh pooh people for simply being Muslim.

When you have to change to survive, you do so. The US will try to pull its final card on the world: electrogravity and reverse-engineered technology. It will try to say it has cut a deal with a giant alien empire, believe it or not, which is why it has what is known as "electrogravity" technology, but the US has been scammed. It is the biggest dupe of an alien incursion, at this point. The weakness and spinelessness of imperial economics involves a monstrous lag in conscience and simple survival logic.


All those well dressed, Bohemian Grove campers who cheat on their wives and try to bundle into every scam of the taxpayer are weak and scammed in return by a more advanced power. Only when their survival is threatened, when disclosure blows the alien intervention out into public view, will they even begin to think logically. At present, they donít give a crap and wonít do anything to seem controversial. To do so risks luxury and sexual opportunity. Why bother, when it isnít necessary now?

They will wait but are so deeply compromised by a larger scheme that survival of the planet is in question. Once oil is no longer the main issue (itís simply declining--not the economic regime that it once was), then the real issues will begin to arise. The US isnít psychologically equipped to deal with the real issues, for the most part. It will suffer its own excesses: waste of energy, bad transportation, greed and sheer ignorance. Its media will be its own worst poison. It will be like an infantile Big Brother state of moronic media denial and spineless gofers trying to avoid all the obvious issues.


Then will come the great revelation, when Big Brother throws open his trench coat and tries to give us a glimpse of the X-22A, the TR-3B, and the various other NWO teasers of US imperialism (reverse engineered trinkets of little major importance). None of the reverse-engineered trinkets will be enough to sway the world public because along with them comes a US dogma about NWO control of all such technology. Meanwhile, the world will move toward alternative conventions.


The US revelation of its trinkets will try to play on world fears, and will excite some issues, but the people wonít buy it.

They wonít agree to being the little Big Brother of an alien empire. They wonít duck their heads and be cowed by a former drunkís TV sense of himself (a la Bush). Instead, theyíll convene without being coerced by the big oil flotilla, the economic threats and lies of the NWO wolf pack. Imagine the spectacle. Revolution in Saudi Arabia, political scandals in the US and Europe.


Exposure of massive narcotics trafficking and murders by a black budget cabal trying to sell itself as a kind of protection racket and big movie kind of thrill pleaser, while the world suffers deprivation and uncertainty.


They wonít buy into the NWO formula at that time. The US will experience an internal struggle to expose the narco regime and take back the technology achieved by scamming the Constitutional order (that remains). Then Du Ponts and Bush types will look just like the Saudis: bizarrely discredited mafioso trying to sabotage that minor percentage of deluded regime partisans at the last minute, trying to stampede them into a bad deal with an alien empire.

It will all be about fear and spectacle. It has all been planned out in advance. They want crisis and disaster to achieve their ends, which arenít ends, but are yet another stupid compromise with yet another criminal regime. They want us to to be led like sheep into the arms of an alien Genghis Khan, a regime that sabotages and abducts and destroys to expand itself, irregardless of cost. The NWO isnít about elite economics and laissez faire; itís about alien empire and the infiltration of human elites via the breeding program. Itís a sad and stupid spectacle. Only good thinking and humility will get us through. And peaceful revolution.

Some of those who procrastinate take a consumer/market perspective on the situation: the people arenít ready for electrogravity yet, so we need to limp along until the crisis is hot enough to compel a real solution.


In other words, they offer a third level Dodge Dart as a limousine, which doesnít inspire confidence. They continue to play wolf pack politics, thick with mediocre partying and bourgeois parlor gestures (plus laser-lit rock concerts on the side). Itís a kind of lost worldís last gasp, an inability to face reality and be honest with the public.


Their worst poison is their long record of having raked the same dirty money that the worst direct Intervention operatives have taken: Carlyle and war profits, blood money and oil wars. In the end, the military alternative to the Intervention looks to those mediocre party boys for spine in such a situation, but is it there? How could we trust them to ever get it right?

Meanwhile, the alien intervention wonít wait. The Intervention will continue to manipulate its operatives, here among us, toward disaster. Their breeding program operatives have no conscience, having been corrupted to the point of complete Machiavellian emptiness. They only think about continued rule by sabotage and absolute narco and weapons mongering.


As long as they donít have to face the music here, they will sabotage us in the direction of a Big Brother regime, an actual alien occupation (on a small scale, at first, to be followed by absorption into the alien Genghis Khanís empire). In short, their scheme it to NEVER face the music, to lie forever and simply indulge themselves in the meantime. Politics and common sense are disregarded as petty trappings of the little people, none of whom are important in the eyes of the NWO/Intervention.

In the end, they want you to stand, hopeless and powerless, ruled by an alien empire. Like the grays, whose world was destroyed by the same kind of intervention, they want you to say that youíre merely "a container," and empty vessel to be controlled as the empire dictates.

Weird as this may sound, it is now happening but can be defeated through larger awareness. The intervention wonít wait for you to offer tangible proof of its presence. They wonít give you the necessary artifacts to prove that theyíre here, and US media is so spineless and sold out that it wouldnít publish such proof, even if they had it. The Intervention wants to control the agenda here. We are now the native peoples, all of us, but WE outnumber them. The larger majority "out there" will make common cause with us if we expel the abductors and expose their operatives here. There is no other choice, no other way to preserve our remaining freedoms.

We canít wait for yet another disaster to provoke the people. We need to light the spark heard around the world.



Thousands of acres around the Chevron refinery used to have cows on them, but not anymore. A few years back it seems the marginal toxicity of the air compelled the removal of the cows--who would want to eat them? Meanwhile, the elementary school just a few hundred yards from the refinery is still going, except when refinery alarms go off.

I live in Davis, about 50 miles away. Iíve passed the site for years, hence I noticed a truly unusual smell and the unprecedented distance--all the way over and just rising up out of the big valley. I was just two minutes from that Jack in the Box by the big dairy in Fairfield when the smell hit. Previously, Iíd only noticed the refinery odors within 1-2 miles of the refinery.

Compounding the odor is that chemicals containing the sulfur get into the by-products of cracking and refinement, hence when the last gasp flames out of that tall stack that is always burning, the burnt sulfur is part of yet a different chemical compound - it literally creates something else when it burns. Imagine it: the local Chevron stations wouldnít sell gas that stinks like a sewer at certain moments when you gas up, and the refinery wouldnít waft out a noxious stench unless they had to - there is no other cheap oil to be had.

So, we had a war on Iraq under false pretenses, plus a flubbed CIA-sponsored coup attempt in Venezuela in recent years--none of it about the Cold War, of course. Did we pass the petroleum peak, making the future crisis all the more imminent? The peak oil crisis doesnít appear at the consumer level, at first. It isnít going to be on CNN or Fox news in a big headline: Global oil production just passed a major, all of time peak and Saudi Arabia is sputtering to keep production up.

No, instead we will see weird government and corporate lurches to somehow cover their rears by doing whatever they can to keep whatever oil they can flowing, keep it all going as though itís the same as always: a steady state regime on autopilot, easy glide. One coup, another war, weirdly compounded risks all rationalized. First itís Bin Laden the bad devil, then heís a nobody that we donít even need to worry about. Instead, itís Saddamís hidden nukes that could take out Manhattan, then "oops" we were slightly wrong: THERE ARE NO WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, WHATSOEVER.

Sorry we shouted "Fire" in a crowded theater, but after all, terror is evil, isnít it? And is America evil? Of course not!

We lie to get into Iraq, supposedly because Bin Laden was somehow tied to Saddam, which is another complete lie (imagine Hussein dumping his poison gas shells to call the dog off, but then meeting with "the evil one?" Not likely).

There is a crisis, either upon us (too bad about your Constitutional rights, but Iraq is now "the central front in the war on terrorism...") or coming soon to a major retailer in your area. Which is how Bush actually admits that the war wasnít only a lie, it is an ongoing disaster.



*Donít say too much about this in your hometown or you might have a hard time getting that job where you say hi! to all the shoppers coming in the door at Walmart...

Stinky gas may be just the tip of the iceberg. Take a whiff, when you can. Now that the story is on the web, the stink may be delayed for a few weeks, but it will be right back.


Donít buy a house too close to one of those refineries in the meantime.