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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
08-23-2009, 09:49 PM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months

Video 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8vIhpYMBj4

Video 2:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnOWKkKRxV8

Video 3:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeryYIhJ0tk

Video 4:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-gv2Cn0KBw

Video 5:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUUD-_P4xPY...feature=related

Video 6:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5v8OMWBoOQM...feature=related
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08-23-2009, 10:34 PM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
thanks
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08-23-2009, 11:01 PM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
The guy Bermas is talking to had said $50 oil was coming back when it was over $100 a barrel.
Considering he was spot on with his prediction, you BETTER listen to this for your own good.

Topic moved/copied to Off Topic for more views.
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08-24-2009, 02:06 AM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
Not sure if I've heard this one. Thanks.

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08-24-2009, 07:20 AM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
I think Williams is a con-artist. There's something about him.. can't put my finger on it. His voice, his mannerisms, something is off...

We'll know in 4 months.
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08-25-2009, 05:49 PM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
Carl Calleman - The Mayan Calendar and the End of the Dollar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPQnggFKbPo

http://calleman.com



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08-27-2009, 12:02 AM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
Quote:I think Williams is a con-artist. There's something about him.. can't put my finger on it. His voice, his mannerisms, something is off...

We'll know in 4 months.


Yeah I get the same BULLSHIT vibe from him. And its not the Christian bullshit vibe either. Its more of the just full of shit vibe. Well we better be in the Hyperinflation in 4 months or he is done for. Maybe he just trusted his ELITE friends and they are just telling him total fucking bullshit because they know that he is going to spill the bean and look like a total idiot. One less shit talking conspiracist in the conspiracy media NICHE. YEAH I THINK HE IS HYPERSHIT TALKING!
In the 60's, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.

As a reputed atheist, the reverential nature of his film was surprising, but Pasolini himself said &If you know that I am an unbeliever, then you know me better than I do myself. I may be an unbeliever, but I am an unbeliever who has a nostalgia for a belief.&


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08-27-2009, 10:46 AM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
Yeah, he gets his info from "powerful friends" ... I don't know man. Nobody knows who his sources are.
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08-28-2009, 04:19 AM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
I can see one not devuldging their sources, have no problem with that. I watched this guy a long time ago and he hit that on the head with the 5 bucks a gallon. One of his older speaches he was spot on on much of what he said. I'll have to hang on the fence and give him the benefit of a doubt. If you think these intervues are had to listen to, you should hear the older one where they were in 1 file and not broken. Then you have to listen to it all. I like the ones where you can skip the rants and preaching and just hear what the answer to the question is.
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09-08-2009, 04:26 AM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
Thought this might fit in here:

Russia oil production overtakes Saudi Arabia
by Andrew Osborn September 6, 2009

Russia is extracting more oil than Saudi Arabia, making it the biggest producer of "black gold" in the world, figures show.

The statistics, from the oil cartel OPEC, reflect a trend that has seen the Russians periodically surpass the Saudis as the world's biggest oil producers on and off since 2002.

These latest figures are being hailed in Russia as evidence that such periodic production spikes are not one-offs though and that Moscow really does have a right to lay claim to the No 1 spot.

According to OPEC, Russia extracted 9.236 million barrels of oil a day in June, 46,000 more than Saudi Arabia.

The statistics also showed that Russian production in the first half of this year increased to 235.8 million tons, a year-on-year improvement of 2.3 per cent.

Traditionally, Saudi Arabia has been regarded as the world's undisputed primary source of oil and Russia has had to settle for second place.

But in recent years Russia has renationalised and modernised much of its industry and that policy now appears to be paying off.

Even Russian analysts concede that Moscow's cause is helped by the fact that Saudi Arabia is subject to Opec output restrictions.

The Saudis are famous for their ability to access spare capacity and raise production at short notice and if they really wanted to reassert their leadership role the feeling is they could do so easily.

Unconcerned by such "details", Russia's "toppling" of the Saudis was welcomed domestically yesterday.

The populist Komsomolskaya Pravda daily newspaper ran a story headlined "Russia takes first place in oil output rankings".

With oil prices hovering above $70 a barrel for London Brent crude because of uncertainty over Iranian supply and BP's pipeline crisis in Alaska, Russia is enjoying an unprecedented bonanza.

But analysts say its oil industry is already working close to capacity and that it will be able to manage output increases of up to only 2 per cent a year between now and 2009.

There are also fears that Russia is becoming too addicted to what politicians call "the oil needle" and is doing too little to develop future revenue streams.

Money from oil and gas accounts for 52.2 per cent of all revenues to the state treasury and more than 35 per cent of Russia's exports.

Such riches can make a country complacent,according to Alexei Kudrin, the Russian Finance Minister.

"At present, we are in a dangerously carefree zone," he said recently.



See also the following 2004 RFE/RL article:

Russia: Yukos Says National Oil Output To Surpass Saudi Arabia's By 2009

Simon G. Kukes is the chief executive officer of Yukos, Russia's biggest oil company. Kukes was in New York this week to address a panel of the influential policy institute, the Council on Foreign Relations. Kukes talked about Russia's rising importance as a global energy producer. He also touched on the ongoing controversy surrounding Yukos founder and former chairman Mikhail Khodorkovskii.

New York, 10 February 2004 (RFE/RL) -- Russia will overtake Saudi Arabia this decade as the world's biggest national oil producer.

That's a prediction by Simon G. Kukes, the Russian-born, U.S. chief executive of Yukos, Russia's largest oil company.

Kukes told the New York-based policy institute, the Council on Foreign Relations, on 9 February that Russia's charted oil reserves will increase by at least 30 percent by 2009. As a result, he says, Russia will become the world largest crude oil producer.

"I see Russia [becoming the] number one producer of crude [oil] -- if you take gas and oil it is number one [already] -- by 2009. I think by that time they will bypass Saudi [Arabia]," Kukes said.

Kukes was optimistic about the future of the oil industry in general. He told the council in his view it is unlikely that oil will fall below $25 a barrel in the foreseeable future. The price now is around $33 a barrel.

Kukes, however, avoided questions concerning the fate of Yukos founder and former chairman Mikhail Khodorkovskii. Khodorkovskii was arrested last year on charges of fraud and tax evasion. The arrest drew widespread criticism from some who felt it was politically motivated.

Russian tax authorities have accused Yukos of owing some $3.4 billion in back taxes. Asked repeatedly on the issue, Kukes was cautious.

"Khodorkovskii made a great contribution to the company. Now he has got some legal problems with the government. The case is in court. It's not fair for me to comment on this," Kukes said. "We had a discussion with him five to six months ago and he said: 'Politics is not your area. You will be hired as a [Yukos] world man.' So I try to stay that way. It will not do any good, neither to the company nor to him, to make any comments. And to tell you the truth -- you know as much as I do."

Kukes said he didn't believe that Yukos was facing any new problems with the government and that a dialogue is going on.

"I [don't] see any new charges coming for the company. In any request it is underlined what they [the government] were originally doing. So I didn't see [a] lack of desire to talk to us, we're talking about discussing taxes, comparing notes [of] what they think we underpaid. We don't think so. So we set up some kind of team to look at that. So we have a dialogue and they drew the line and we are trying to draw the line between shareholders, current shareholders, and the company. My objective is to preserve the company," Kukes said.

The Yukos affair has frightened foreign investors, who see a potentially heavier hand by the government in private industry.

Kukes said in spite of Yukos's difficulties, he believes Moscow is legitimately interested in attracting long-term foreign investors. He said, "Russia will not go overboard."

Kukes also emphasized the fact that Yukos is the only large oil company in Russia run by independent management. He says such a system is more efficient since it diminishes the risk of a possible conflict of interest.

Investors can buy and sell shares of Yukos in the United States on a relatively informal "over the counter" market. Yukos shares are not traded on major exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange or the NASDAQ exchange.

Kukes was also asked if Yukos is interested in participating in the construction of a pipeline to transport oil to Russia's ice-free Arctic port of Murmansk, from where it could be shipped to Europe and the United States. His answer was "no," explaining that Yukos is not in the business of running pipelines.

"First of all, we are not in the business of running pipelines and we're not an operator of pipelines. We [have] got [the Russian state monopoly] Transneft, which has one of the lowest tariffs in the world, operating very nicely. [They] keep increasing export capacity through drag-reducing agents, putting in new pumps. So I would say, we can participate in some kind of finance, but I think the ownership [should] be operated by Transneft," Kukes said.





http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?con...a&aid=15084
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09-08-2009, 05:38 AM,
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Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
Quote:Thought this might fit in here:

Russia oil production overtakes Saudi Arabia
by Andrew Osborn September 6, 2009
...
http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?con...a&aid=15084
I have seen quite a few stories posted from this site [globalresearch.ca] on ConCen. They must produce some reliable news, would anyone vouch I can take them as a source at face value or should I triple reference and check out their story like almost every other site I come across. Also anyone find an RSS link to their news feed?
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02-12-2013, 07:41 PM,
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RE: Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
Sunday, August 23rd, 2009 01:49 PM + four months = Is my Kalandar Broke?¿
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02-12-2013, 08:02 PM, (This post was last modified: 02-12-2013, 08:02 PM by SiLVa.)
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RE: Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
Oh my...Did I say four months...I meant four years. LOL
"Listen to everyone, read everything, believe nothing unless you can prove it in your own research"
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02-12-2013, 08:42 PM,
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RE: Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=31058


William Cooper's allegation that Lindsey Williams is a Mason. From 36 seconds onward. Transcript below from that William Cooper excerpt. (Remember this is well before Lindsey Williams became a household name with the 'predictions' from the 'insiders').

"When I was in Salt Lake City speaking at Prepardness Expo. Lindsey Williams approached me, shook my hand and said he heard my talk and asked me if I was a 'Traveling Man'. I said what you mean 'Do you travel'. I said..uh Can You Elaborate A little bit. He said 'Have You ever been to the East'. I said I understand what you are talking about and I am not a member of your brotherhood. He gave me one each of his books and I gave him my book. He told me if I needed any help to let him know. I told him I surely would. He not realizing he already helped me extensively (Long Pause) ...now by revealing this to you I am helping you"
"They scare us all with threats of war. So we forget just how bad things are." 'Open Your Eyes' - Lords Of The New Church 1981



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02-12-2013, 10:31 PM,
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RE: Lindsey Williams: Death of the Dollar within next four months
Mason or not, he is definitely a preachy pastor, a brainwashed brainwashing gospelpusher. a storyteller on a divine crusade.
History's 3rd dimension is always fiction
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