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Jeff Rense: All right, welcome back. Hour
number three. It is time to check in with Lindsey Williams,
who has been reporting about issues of international global
financial power on a worldwide basis for years. And I think
his first visit on this program was -- I don't know how long
ago it was -- 12 or 14 years ago. Something like that. But anyway,
the Gulf catastrophe has kept Lindsay literally up probably
many nights. He is monitoring this extremely closely. He has
had contact with two of his long time top five star oil sources,
and has about as much information on the inside as we can get.
What people really want to know, though, is how much longer
it is going to last. That is the common question you hear, is
when they are going to get it fixed? They are not, folks. It
is not going to happen. It is said that the Russians have had
this same kind of problem with extreme overpressure
wells which have blown out, and in each case they have used
nukes to seal them off. The difference: they are on land. You
can deal with that. You can't deal with it when you are a mile
down in the water. And that pipe casing, that drill casing,
is broken off somewhere, they do not know how deep, below the
seabed floor. That is why the top-kill operation was stopped,
as I have said several times. Because when they start to plug
it at the top, it simply diverted the flow and gushered out
the sides and it came bubbling up right through the ocean floor.
So top kill is not an option. Nukes are probably insane to think
about, because that well is drilled on the side of what amounts
to a mountain. And if you try to light up a nuke, you could
blow out the side of a mountain. And then your imagination can
fill in the blanks there. Lindsey, welcome back to the program.
Lindsey Williams: Jeff, thank you so much for
the privilege for being on your show tonight. Gulf of Mexico
oil disaster --and that word disaster is not understated at
all. I am going to begin with what happened to me this week.
I had another oil company person to be in touch with me. And
what they told me Jeff, verified all the things that were said
before, but on the other hand added a few things to it. Punctuated
it. And I literally came away startled beyond any words that
I can possibly express. Let me begin by first of all going all
the way down to where that oil strata is.
Rense: Uh-hm. [OK].
Williams: BP went into it somewhere between
25-30,000. We believe it was closer to 30,000 feet. As my oil
friend said to me this week -- now this is different than the
Mr. X, this is different than the elitist who is 87 years of
age. This is another individual who has been in the oil business
relatively all of their life and now retired. They are very
similar to the gentleman who is 87 years of age who made this
statement to me a number of months ago. He said, "Lindsey,
I am too old to care. Just go ahead and tell the world everything."
This gentleman is very similar to that. And he tried to explain
it this way. He said "Let us first of all begin with the
oil strata. Down approximately 30,000 feet." Now he said
just above that or surrounding it and encasing it is a granite
rock. He said that is what holds it in place. Of course naturally,
Jeff, I refer to that as what God put there years ago in order
to contain it. He said above that granite rock is sand. Now
he said that sand can be cauterized. He said the granite rock
cannot. He actually finally gave me the pressure. The wellhead
pressure at the top.
Rense: He knows.
Williams: When this thing blew, it was just
after they had gone through that granite strata.
Williams: And it literally blew everything
at once. It blew every safety valve. It blew the platform, it
blew up everything. It literally took everything with it. BP
had made a few mistakes. Yes. They did not have the fail-safe
valve in place properly. We finally have the pressure. Now I
have been told by my elitist friend way back a number of weeks
ago when I first appeared on your program, and many others across
the country, I was told that the wellhead pressure was between
20 and 70 thousand pounds per square inch, but they never had
time to check it. They never had time to prove it, because everything
blew in one humongous blast.
Rense: That is right.
Williams: ...When they went through that granite
Rense: So they had no measuring devices.
Williams: They have finally gone down there
and given it a pretty close to precise pounds per square inch
as to what they can fairly well determine it is. And they say
that it positively is 40,000 pounds per square inch. [5:36]
Now Jeff, you and I both recognize that that is beyond the scope
of any modern day scientific methods or any well that has ever
been hit before on the face of the earth. Even Russia did not
hit that when they drilled their first super deep well. But
BP was trying to copy Russia. They did it in the water, ocean
water, and when they hit it, and came up with approximately
40,000 pounds per square inch, everything blew. There is no
way they are going to stop it. As you mentioned, as you began
the program, the only possible way of doing anything to this
is a nuclear device. And this gentleman said to me this week,
he said, "Chaplain, I don't think there is much possibility
of that, because he said that granite strata already has had
time to fracture and he said there are some fissures down there.
He said that to the best that we can surmise, it already has
cracks in it. Now he said that if we go down with a nuclear
device, and cauterize that sand above that granite layer, but,
he said, the danger is that we are going to open those fissures
further, and Jeff, would you like to know how long he said that
they have already calculated -- now BP won't tell you this --
the national media would not dare peep this -- I would not have
known it if this oil man had not come to me. I did not go to
him. He came to me. He said, "Chaplain, I heard what you
have been saying." He said, "I want to tell you a
little bit of the rest of it." He said, "Chaplain,
if we go down and cauterize that sand, but we fracture that
granite bore..." He said, "Chaplain, that oil will
flow for -- are you ready, are you sitting down?
Rense: I am.
Williams: I hope you are, because this is our
possibility. He said we will fracture it further, and it can
flow for 30 years, Jeff.
Rense: Well, that pollutes the world.
Rense: That pollutes all the oceans of the
Rense: And begins at least a minor extinction
level event for an awful lot of life forms.
Rense: And don't think that they are not interrelated
for one second. That is the mistake that people make. "Well,
there is that over there, and there is this over there, and
those are in the background there..." No, they are all
interrelated. When one segment fails, the chain is broken. And
if he is right, this could be an extinction level event which
could wipe out much life on this planet. Much. Did he talk about
the gases coming up at all?
Williams: Yes, he verified everything that
the Environmental Protection Agency has said. He verified all
those gases and he said that they definitely are coming out
of the well. He said that this positively is correct. And I
think that I had given you the list before on that, that the
Environmental Protection Agency had given which is horrifying
to even think about what people are breathing in Florida. Oh,
Jeff, you know I am so glad that you a let me be on your show
tonight. I know, I am always glad to be on your show. But I
am especially appreciative tonight because Jeff, I am fully
convinced with the catastrophic events that are taking place
in the world today, and after the President's presentation this
Rense [Laughter] Yes.
Williams: I think we are in such a position
right now that short of you talk show hosts, getting to the
American people in masse, I do not see any hope for America
whatsoever. I really see no method of disseminating this information
except what you are doing to your Internet, and the talk shows
and the talk groups that you are able to reach, Jeff, if ever.
You've had a divine appointed -- how should I say it -- a divine
appointed responsibility as a talk show host. It is right now.
Your responsibility is the greatest right now it has ever been
in your life. [9:51]
Rense: I agree, and I have felt that Lindsey.
I concur and I have been doing everything I can to stay on top
of this, and if I might just say one thing. It is now patently
obvious to anyone who honestly and objectively analyzes this
situation that tens of millions of people are being intentionally
allowed to breath potentially deadly air by this alleged government
of ours. The air monitor quality reports are gone. There haven't
been any. One or two cursory notices, and that is it. No universities
are being allowed to do this, no municipal air pollution or
air quality monitoring stations are issuing results. You folks
are not seeing any on my site because there aren't any. This
is potentially, de facto, a mass murder unfolding. These people
are breathing death. It is that simple. Lindsey Williams
is with us. We will be right back with more in just a minute.
Rense: Let me urge all of you again who live
along the Gulf Coast or anywhere near it, in fact all of
you should have an ozone purifier for the air in your homes.
Especially the people down there. I would urge them to get two
of them if you possibly can. They are around. Look on the Internet.
Ozone indoor air purifiers. 200-300-400 dollars, you shouldn't
spend any more than that. It will save your life potentially.
You are breathing air the government does not want you to know
how toxic it is, in fact. And that is, well, how big do crimes
get? Go ahead, Lindsey.
Williams: Well, hydrogen sulfide, allowable
limits, two to five, ten parts per
billion [ppb]. Be sure and write this "P-p-b,"
"b" as in "boy." Benzene is toxic. It is
a carcinogen. People are breathing it all along the Gulf Coast.
All over Florida, safe levels --it is so toxic -- until the
Environmental Protection Agency says "zero" should
be allowed, but 4 parts per billion could possibly take place
without hurting you too much.
Rense: Yes, zero to four.
Williams: We presently have in the Gulf of
Mexico 3,000 parts per billion. Methylene chloride, 61 parts
per billion are allowed by the Environmental Protection Agency.
They just measured the other day 3,000 to 3,400 parts per billion.
And Jeff, the phone calls that I am getting from people who
live in the Gulf states along the coast line and Florida are
horrifying. Every hospital in Orlando, Florida is full.
Full! I mean literally full and running over. I talked to a
friend of mine just this week, and he said every hospital down
here it is full. Moving vans? He said you contact a moving company
and try to move out of here. He said they won't even give you
a date when they will come out and estimate what it will cost
to move you.
Williams: I could go on. I could go on with
a very prominent attorney who lives in Huntsville, Alabama.
I am allowed to use his name now. You will recognize him, Larry
Williams: He called me the other day and he
said, "Chaplain, it definitely is affecting our area. He
said the plants have spots on the leaves in Huntsville, Alabama.
He said don't you believe that it goes all the way up any further
than here. He said that it is right down to the coastline. Another
person in Tallahassee, Florida called me the other day. He said,
"We got up this morning, walked out the door, took one
whiff of the air." He said, "I could smell
-- I could smell the toxic gasses." He said "I
am getting out of here, at any cost." As far as I know,
he has already moved. You know Jeff, I cannot hear these stories
after being a pastor for 12 years and a missionary in Alaska
for 12 years on top of that. It is just, I don't know, it is
almost doing to me -- whatever it is, it is horrifying. I gave
a copy of my latest presentation on the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster
-- I have done an entire documentary on this. I beg of you to
get it. It has everything in it. And I gave it to the
pastor of the church where my family and I attend. He got in
touch with me, he said, "Pastor Lindsey, I am appalled."
He said, "I am flabbergasted." He said, "I did
not realize this." He said "We are not getting this
Williams: A couple of friends of ours not far
from where we live came over and had dinner with us the other
night. And when they got here, they said, "By the way,
Lindsey, what do you think about this Gulf of Mexico oil disaster."
After about 20 to 30 minutes of my just laying out basics
-- I did not go through the whole presentation, just basics,
you know it takes me an hour and a half just to cover my presentation
on this. Just basics, he was sitting there with his mouth open.
He said, "Wait a minute, we are not getting this in the
media. Are you positive now that..." Yes, these are friends.
They had to believe what I am saying. Two different people,
friends of ours, have said the same thing. They have said, "We
are utterly appalled, we are flabbergasted, we did not know
it was this way. We thought it was kind of leveling off and
getting better since we have not heard it from the major media
in the last week's time." Jeff, what are we going to do
to get people to wake up and realize what is going on?
Rense: Well, maybe when they see enough of
them buried over time it will get through to them, but we have
a government that is clearly involved at the very least as an
accessory to mass murder. They are directly, in my view, responsible
for mass murder, because they are not telling people
the truth. And the people have a God-given birth right to know
what the government knows, and the government knows that they
are breathing death. It's that bad. The benzene alone
could kill them. But the methane in the water. The hydrogen
sulfide gases. The other gases that are out there. It is --
did you see the video, I guess it was Pensacola Beach, the water
was actually bubbling when it was washing up on the
Rense: There was so much gas dissolved in the
water. Hydrogen sulfide gas, it was bubbling up through -- look
at the water was bubbling, boiling. This is insane.
And the entire Gulf is headed, well, it is headed to the ash
can of history in terms of life and vibrancy. And all the people
that made a living along the Gulf. Restaurateurs. People who
supplied the restaurants. People who patronize the restaurants,
of course, they are gone. Motels, hotels, are zeroed out in
many cases for the 4th of July weekend. There are no tourists.
None. The fishing fleets, all the related Marine activity, boat
rentals, you name it, are dead, gone. There are millions and
millions and millions of people who have lost their livelihood
and who are not going to get it back. And the government, what
does it do? It lies about the air they are breathing which will
kill them. How much more heinous can it get?
Williams: Well Jeff, you used a word just a
moment ago, and I want to capitalize on it if I may because
you are exactly right. You said "Dead." In 1989, the
Exxon Valdez in Alaska, a ship, just a mere oil tanker compared
to what we have in the Gulf of Mexico --
Williams: -- Hit a rock because of a drunken
sea captain. Now that was 1989.
Williams: They cleaned up the Exxon Valdez
spill. The oldest person that ever lived who was a part of the
cleanup crew lived to be 51 years of age. And CNN put this on.
I was amazed that they would ever even do it. And they said
that back in those days they wore protective gear. They wore
rubber gloves. They wore respirators. They wore all these things.
Rense: Well, these people are all, they are
-- hold on Lindsey, we are going to interrupt --
Lindsey: Every single person involved in the
Exxon Valdez cleanup is today dead.
Rense: They are dead! We will be right back.
Rense: OK, back with Lindsey Williams. If you
could go ahead and recapture what you were talking about and
let us revisit that, Lindsey, if you can remember where you
Lindsey: In 1989 in Alaska there was a ship
called the Exxon Valdez. The Captain was drunk. He hit a rock.
Now this was a super tanker, and it was taking oil from America's
oil fields, and from the trans-Alaska oil pipeline. And in the
coast around Valdez, they hit this rock and the oil spilt out.
Now that is only a fraction of the amount of oil that was coming
out in this Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. But, let us go back
to the people who aided in the cleanup efforts of the Exxon
Valdez. They wore rubber gloves. They wore respirators. They
wore protective gear. Now that was only a few years ago in 1989.
Every single person who worked in the cleanup effort of that
Exxon Valdez in 1989, every single one of those people today
are dead according to the records. The oldest that
a person, any person who aided in that cleanup effort ever got
to be was 51 years of age. That is the oldest! Now, let me go
back to what I saw in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Remember, I was the
Chaplain to the elite. I lived with the people that you hear
about. The World Bank, and the IMF, and the top oil company
officials of the world as their chaplain on the trans-Alaska
oil pipeline. And I kept in touch with these people over the
years. But remember I saw everything that went on at Prudhoe
Bay. I sat in the Board meetings of the elite for those three
years time. For instance, out of every oil well comes many things
besides that black oil. Oil in the Gulf of Mexico is a reddish-colored
oil. There is more that comes out of that pipe than that. There
are gases. There are toxic gases. There are very dangerous substances.
And every oil well in the world will vary with what comes out
of it according to the particular oil field. At Prudhoe Bay
Alaska -- now, you have been on a 747 airplane, many of you.
One of the largest airplanes in the commercial airline fleet
world today, and you may know that a person six feet tall can
stand up in the intake of that engine and still have room over
their head. That is how large it is. These are monstrous engines.
At Prudhoe Bay Alaska there were seven, that is right, 1-2-3-4-5-6-7
of those 747 type jet aircraft engines that had been adapted
for the purpose of pumping back into the ground, are you hearing
this folks, all of you there in the Gulf states, and the state
of Florida, please, I plead with you to hear this. There were
seven of the 747 type jet aircraft engines that pumped nothing
but the gases that came up out of the Prudhoe Bay oil
field that were toxic and flammable and dangerous, and not fit
to breath. They would not let it go into the atmosphere. They
filtered that out immediately when the oil came out at the well-head
and those 747 jet aircraft engines pumped it back into the field
along with an amount of water in order to maintain the pressure
of the field. They did not let those gases come out at will.
Folks, are you realizing that this is a free-flowing well in
the Gulf of Mexico and that not only that reddish color oil
is coming and killing the animals and destroying the pristine
beaches, and the tourist industry, but the gases that are coming
out of that well they are not even making an issue out of it.
Williams: At Prudhoe Bay Alaska they would
not allow one ounce of that gas to escape into the atmosphere.
Rense: How interesting.
Williams: In the Gulf of Mexico, hydrogen sulfide
at 1,200 parts per billion --benzene --toxic, cancer-forming.
3,000 parts per billion. Methylene chloride 3,000 to 3,400 parts
per billion and folks in Florida, you are breathing this. In
the Gulf coast, you are inhaling this. Your are getting sick.
A person said to me out of Orlando the other day, he said, "We
are having respiratory problems for the past week." They
said, we have been so nauseated that I was home from work for
the last two days." He said, "Chaplain, what can we
do about it?" Jeff, I don't know where to go from here.
My heart goes out to these people. The gases coming out of that
well in no other oil field in the world would they even allow
them to escape into the atmosphere. And at Prudhoe Bay every
bit of it was pumped back in. And not only that but on top of
that, BP has intentionally lied and kept you from knowing
the amount of oil that is out there by pumping as of today one
billion, one hundred and twenty one thousand gallons of that
horrible toxic substance called Corexit 9500 into the water.
It is going to be turning into toxic rain. It is -- I don't
know how to -- it phase-transitions is the way they
call it. It is unimaginable, the environmental and human disaster
that is going to develop as a result of this. From the very
bottom of the evolutionary chart to the top. Everything is affected.
Jeff, where do we go? How do we tell people to please do something
Rense: Well, there is very little they can
do. Many of them are in homes that have been in their families
for generations. They can't pack up and leave. They have nowhere
to go. They have no means to get out of the situation that they
are being, well, held in by their government. The government
is making no effort to make relocation a potential for these
people. The government is simply hiding the deadly nature of
the air they are breathing. And I notice this is the first time
I went looking for air quality analyses. I could not find any.
Finally the one that was on the Louisiana TV station that made
it abundantly clear that benzene in one particular test: 3,400
parts per billion, and zero to four as you said, safe, if safe
is any. I think zero is safe. But the issue of where
will you put ten to twenty million people is quite clearly something
the government hasn't a clue about doing. They don't know what
to do. Who is going to provide law enforcement to protect the
homes from looters which obviously will be a problem. And you
force everyone to leave? No. You can't do that. You can invite
them to leave if you have a place to take them. All I can tell
people to do is to at least when you are indoors, keep the windows
closed, keep the air on recycle, keep your air conditioners
on, and get an ozone air purifier. They actually make them that
will fit in the ducting of your indoor air conditioning system.
It is made by Trane.
The one I have is called clean air effects. E-f-f-e-c-t-s. [Trane
CleanEffects]. I guess it is a little over a $1,000. And
it goes right into the duct before it goes into your particular
heater or recycling unit for cold air. And it takes 99.99 per
cent of the toxicity out of the air in your home. This is mold,
yeast, fungus, gases, it doesn't matter. So at least look into
that and there are cheaper units on the market. 2 to 3 to 400
dollars. You have to at least give yourself a chance when you
are not outdoors to breath clean air. And that is one way you
can do it. Other than that, millions of Americans are --their
lives are on the line tonight, right as we speak. Back with
Lindsey in just a few minutes. [26: 43]
Rense: OK, back with Lindsey, and as I mentioned
earlier tonight, Hurricane Alex dropped a huge part of its tail
on the Gulf. And over the weekend they are saying that may turn
into a second hurricane. It is certainly possible, so we will
have to see. The first one that heads towards New Orleans, of
course, rather than over towards Mexico and Texas to the west,
is going to cause a great deal of trouble. The reason this oil
is red, and there is so much potent gas coming up, is that this
material is being released from the mantle -- deep in the mantle
of the earth. And it is basically, these are the components
of more refined oil that is slowly over the eons pushed to the
surface and gathers together in pools. Oil fields which we tap
into. They don't have near the gas, near the toxicity. These
are the precursor elements to petroleum as we know it. And for
goodness sake if you hear anyone say "fossil fuel,"
correct them. Say, with all due respect, this oil has nothing
to do with fossils, never did, never will, it is a process of
abiotic oil creation that the earth does 24 hours a day and
never stops. There may be more oil under the mantle than water
on the surface. That is what somebody else said, which is interesting.
So Lindsey, I don't know what to tell you, but life as we knew
it in the Gulf is dead, in terms of the animal kingdoms. Life
as we knew it for humans, homo sapiens, is dead as we knew it.
It is not coming back. And if you folks listening down there
have a means to get out, get out. If you have got relatives
in North Dakota, out West, in Colorado, Utah, Arizona, it doesn't
matter, get out of there. And they are finding oil now, apparently
from what I am getting, a story that I have not been able to
get into yet, but it will be posted momentarily, they have found
oil from the Gulf, they think in the Gulf, in [Bladenboro]
North Carolina now. In a ditch. It looks like the same oil.
It appears to be the same oil. And we will have to wait and
see for the analysis. It does have ear marks. The story, let
us see if I can get it to possibly play here. We will see what
it says. I just got it. Very interesting. "Oil
from the Gulf in Bladenboro, NC." It is a short piece,
let's take a listen here. [29:46]
Female: It is not good.
Male: Is it on?
Female: Uh hum.
Male: Reporting from North Carolina, Bladenboro. As you can
see, it rained a couple of days ago.
Female: Last night.
Male: That is oil in our ditch water. That's oil. We don't
hear nothing about that on the news...
Rense: OK, well there you go. That is a long
ways up. It is being carried by the air currents. All up, at
least halfway up the East Coast now. And it will go further.
So remember, no hurricanes have been moving up the East Coast.
Nothing. This is just being pumped up from air currents that
are coming out of the Gulf. And this particular gentleman found
oil in his water ditch on his property in Bladenboro, North
Carolina. There you go.
Williams: Well, the Gulf of Mexico oil is a
super deep well. It is the first time that a super deep well
has ever been drilled in ocean water. It should have never have
been done. The government should have never have issued the
permit. It is abiotic oil. That means it positively is not fossil
fuel. That none of the elements in this oil that relate to fossil
fuel at all. This is the mother lode of all oils is coming from
very deep in the heart of the earth. They tapped into a strata
that was a whole new world to them. Even the oil companies themselves
had no precedence for this whatsoever. Now Jeff, things are
happening so rapidly. You may remember, I think it was about
three weeks ago, when I appeared on your show for the first
time talking about the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. At the time
I had just completed a documentary on it. Well, that documentary
is now outdated, and there are so many new things that have
happened, and so much that has taken place. There are numbers
of oil company people who I have been in touch with, and then
this one this past week who contacted me and said "Chaplain,
I am going to be amazed if anything can be done about this at
all." And he said it may even go on for 30 years. As a
result, I just finished, I think it was four days ago a
new documentary. I plead with you to get this. I will give
you a toll free number in just a moment, I will tell you where
our web site is, where you can go over the weekend if you wish
and pick up on this, or even tonight. And I beg of you, my DVD's
and CD's are not copy-written. I hope you heard that.
I very seldom ever hear a person say "I don't have time
to be greedy anymore, this is too drastic." They are not
copy written. I am begging of you to get my DVD's. Six DVD set,
telling everything that the elite are going to do between now
and 2012. [Tragedy,
Hope and Reality, available online] Everything
they will do in 2010, I was told this by an 87 year old elitist
who said to me "Chaplain, I am too old to care. Just tell
the world everything, and I did in quality DVD form. Six DVD's,
eight hours of viewing and my documentary on the Gulf of Mexico
oil disaster. [Gulf
Oil Disaster, available online]. It all ties together
in the plans of the elitists. I beg of you to get them, copy
them, give them to everybody you can. Our toll free number is
1-888-799-6111. Or, if you would like to go on the web, you
can go to ProphecyClub.com,
that is "prophecy" spelled with a "c." P-r-o-p-h-e-c-y-c-l-u-b.com.
You can order there if you wish, or our toll-free number, 1-888-799-6111.
I urge you, copy them. If you know anyone in the Gulf states,
if you know anyone in Florida, give them the truth. Give it
to them as I have gotten it from the elitists themselves. Now
Jeff, you know, I have been on your show for as you said for
the past 25 years was the first time I ever did a show with
you. And you know that I never deal in a hope so, think so,
or possibly a "could be." I just don't deal in those
things. And if people ask me a question, and the elitists have
not given me an answer, I just merely say "I don't know."
What you are going to get from my documentary on the Gulf of
Mexico oil disaster comes from them. Right from the people who
know what is going on behind closed doors and everything that
is taking place. This is so drastic that as far as I am concerned,
there has never been a disaster in the United States of America
and possibly even in the entire world that could even equal
close to this Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. It is going to affect
our lifestyle for years and years to come if not always. The
tourist industry is gone, as Jeff mentioned a moment ago. You
may as well forget it. Jeff, did I hear you say that over the
4th of July the hotels around the Gulf, around Pensacola and
certain places like that, that for all practical purposes the
hotels are empty.
Williams: Oh my goodness.
Rense: Nobody is going down there.
Williams: This is one of the biggest industries
of the Gulf Coast in Florida.
Rense: No, it is over. It is not going to come
back. See, the word is out on the Internet about the air. No
one is going to take their family down into a deadly toxic environmental
disaster like this. No one should. And they are not. And you
can't blame them. This is a catastrophe. BP will be paying until
it is absorbed or taken over by some other company, and eventually
they will put limits on the pay offs and these people, a lot
of them, will just die. You saw the tragedy of the boat captain.
He had just completed the BP training course as an updated training
course. And he figured it out. He figured out that his life
was over. It was over for the Gulf. And he just checked out.
Right on his ship. His crew was on board and everything. I hope
you people don't do that. We don't want to see that. What we
want to see is you folks who can and who do have relatives elsewhere,
do your best to call them and say, "Hey, can we get out
of here for a few weeks or a month until we see what is going
to happen?" And then you are going to have to take your
chances. Maybe you can get a mini-storage and put your more
valuable things in there. Hopefully the police will stay on
duty. I can't imagine going out as a law enforcement officer
in those areas if they know what we know and working. They have
got families too. So you get back to that same old thing. Who
is going to be around to protect you when something really bad
happens. Well, something really bad has happened. And the government
is clearly lying. The government is clearly sacrificing people.
BP doesn't care. They are going to put them in those formaldehyde
trailers now, the cleanup crew. When they get sick, they get
and that is it. So no, it is not good. Not good at all. It is
unfortunately only going to get worse. Oil in North Carolina
in a ditch with water in it. That means oil fell all over the
place. So watch the radar maps. Watch how the oil moves up and
out of the Gulf and where it goes. Because essentially wherever
that flow of oil in the air goes, the ground will be polluted.
And with Corexit in there, one and a half million gallons --
or maybe more than that by now -- you have Larry
Becraft in Huntsville, and other people talking about crops
and plants and trees and shrubs and flowers dying. So no, it
is not good. It is a very grim situation. Lindsay, thanks so
much for the update. I know what you are offering on your DVD
and some people have written to me and say "Is he trying
to capitalize on this?" and I said "Lord no."
He is trying to bring the information not just taken off the
wire services and the Internet, but from these top, top people
in the oil industry that he has known for decades. This is really
important information. Now they know how bad this is. And through
Lindsey they are talking. This is rather fascinating, to put
it mildly. Lindsey, thanks so much again.
Williams: Thank you Jeff. I appreciate your
allowing me to be on your show tonight. God bless you and have
a great week.
Rense: Thank you. Talk to you soon. OK. Lindsey Williams, and
we will be back with more tomorrow night. Friday night, the
second of July 2010. See you then. [39:12].