Sunday, August 19, 2012

X-Files, Prometheus, Avatar, The Thing - black oil, Marconi, blue aliens and the Falklands War

David Griffin (of Exopolitics UK)'s latest topic is the investigation of BLACK OIL, black goo, black liquid (this intelligent SENTIENT fluid) that you find in such films/series as The X-Files and Prometheus and has an arctic connection with The Thing film(s).

Of particular relevance, the Falklands War was called OPERATION CORPORATE.



Very interesting, after the film of the Thule base's SAS SBS destruction during Operation Keyhole, 01:00:00, where Joanne mentions,"That's a Phil Schneider event," my machine turned off completley. It's a very reliable machine. It never does that.

Notice that, at the end of this first video, 01:24:24, when they're talking about the mysterious Marconi deaths, that started after the end of the Falklands War and surged forward aka ESCALATED towards the start of the Gulf War in 1987. CORPORATE war for BLACK GOLD?

And don't forget all those mysterious BioChemist deaths since 2001, too.


VIDEO TWO ARRIVES:

David Griffin's report on the Marconi deaths, and the strange Black Goo,or intelligent nano oil, continues with a brief recap in Part 3 (below) and the Gulf Oil spill in Part 4 (below).

I kinda like the way the normally-skeptical Miles interrupts the interview to talk about the SENTIENT BLACK 'OIL' that's attacked his electronic work for both BBC, SKY and PIRATE RADIO. Sounds like it's a presence rather than a liquid that is resident within our electromagnetic net, our computers, our energy system. What have we given birth to???




This final video closes on what can only be described as a CLASH OF THE INTERNATIONAL TITANS in the vicinity of the Gulf Oil Spill, a submarine stand-off between subs from USA, UK and Israel AND THE REST OF THE WORLD, including France, who seems to have had a sub go in and try to sample EXACLTY what the Deepwater Horizon was drilling so deeply for under the landing zone of the gulf meteor that wiped out the dinosaurs.

Black Ooze Wars, in a nutshell. Aaron McCollum described a 'similar standoff' in the Gulf of Aden rambling on about his ridiculous Stargate stuff.




"If we lose our oceans, we lose the planet," UNQUOTE.

1 comment:

olbudy said...

Exciting video! I thought about Falklands war and about it causes. An d for me that was really a stupid and silly war.