Illuminati Wars and Economic Manipulations Cause Gas Prices To Rise:
The Illuminati Wars and threats of war along with their manipulations of the world economy is causing gas prices to rise once again to record levels. The current global political climate proves that the Illuminati are getting closer to implementing their master plan to turn the world into their own prison planet. The threats of war with Iran and Syria are being hyped up intentionally with the repercussions of oil prises rising. Yesterday it was announced that our “friend” Saudi Arabia cut oil production. The global elites have complete control of Saudi Arabia and if they wanted cheaper gasoline then Saudi Arabia would be increasing oil production. When you are on a really tight budget and you are already spending several hundred dollars on gas each month, you certainly do not want to hear that gas prices are going to increase even more. A lot of Americans are moving or are getting different vehicles just because of these outrageous gas prices. The following comes from a recent Mercury News article…. Katherine Zak, of South San Jose, is searching for an apartment near her new job at Facebook in Palo Alto, partly to cut down the cost of driving. Jeff Benson, of Raymond in the Sierra foothills, typically drives 60,000 to 70,000 miles a year and has traded in his 19 mpg Ford Taurus for a Fusion that gets 33 mpg. And David Thomas says his commute from San Jose to San Francisco is getting so expensive that he and his fiancee are hunting for a house near a BART station in the San Mateo-San Bruno area to shorten his commute and lower his $400-a-month gas bill. The price of gas is going even higher even though energy consumption is sharply declining in the United States. Just check out the charts in this article by Charles Hugh Smith. Americans are using less gasoline and less energy and yet the price of gas continues to go up. That is not a good sign. Certainly any decrease that we are seeing in the U.S. is being more than offset by rising demand in places such as China and India. As emerging economies all over the globe continue to develop this is going to continue to put pressure on gas prices. So just how bad are gas prices in the U.S. right now? Just consider the following facts….
-The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States is now $3.53.
-The average price of a gallon of gasoline is already higher than $3.70 in Connecticut, Washington D.C. and New York.
-In California, the average price of a gallon of gasoline is $3.96 and there are quite a few cities where it is now above 4 dollars.
-In mid-January 2009, the average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States was just $1.85.
-The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States has risen 25 cents since the beginning of 2012.
-Never before in U.S. history has the price of gasoline been this high so early in the year.
-The Oil Price Information Service is projecting that the price of gas could reach an average of $4.25 a gallon by the end of April.
-The price of oil just keeps going up. The price for West Texas Intermediate is about 19 percent higher than it was one year ago.
-The price of gasoline is also reaching record highs in many areas of Europe as well. For example, the price of diesel fuel in the UK recently set a brand new record. In 2011, U.S. households spent a whopping 8.4% of their incomes on gasoline. That percentage has approximately doubled over the past ten years. But the price of gas is not the only thing making driving much more expensive these days. All over the country, our politicians have been putting up toll booths. Most of the time these toll booths are going up on roads that have already been paid for. After paying an outrageous amount for gas and after paying the outrageous tolls on many of these toll roads, many Americans wonder if it is even worth it to get up in the morning and go to work. Unfortunately, a couple of new bills in Congress right now would reportedly allow even more highways to be made into toll roads. It is almost as if they want to force us all to stop driving our cars.America used to be the land of the open road, but that era is rapidly coming to an end. It would seem that the Illuminati are well entrenched and that their manipulations are really putting a hurt on the common man. If we are going to survive and turn this around we must start trying to defeat them politically and economically. Voting for Ron Paul helps, but we need to elect more anti-war, free trade politicians to Congress as well as on the State and local levels. Economically we need to do everything possible to deny the Illuminati elites our labor and our capital.