Minister Lindsey Williams shared suppressed knowledge regarding oil companies and their supplies that he said he learned of as a chaplain to Alaskan oil pipeline workers in the 1970s. During this time, he was invited to join a meeting of the top oil company officials, where it was announced they had just discovered the largest oil pool in North America (and possibly the world). The location, under Gull Island, in the waters of Prudhoe Bay in Alaska, would provide more than enough oil and natural gas for the next 200 years, Williams was reportedly told.
Yet, the day after the meeting, he was informed that the discovery was "classified," and he later learned that oil companies weren't going to announce the new supply until the price of oil had reached $150 a barrel.
Williams said he also found out that crude oil was chosen in the early 1960s as a "method of control," and by having it sold in US currency it helped pay off America's national debt. The fact that oil is not currently being sold in dollars by many countries has contributed to the decline in value of the dollar, he noted, and may pave the way for the 'Amero,' the supposed currency of a North American Union.
First hour guest, John Longenecker offered commentary on gun policy in America. An advocate for concealed carry of handguns, he argued that crimes, such as recent mall shootings, could be de-escalated by armed citizens.
Bumper music from Monday December 10, 2007