Wednesday, September 8, 2010

1.1.The Astor Bloodline
2.2.The Bundy Bloodline
3.3.The Collins Bloodline
4.4.The DuPont Bloodline
5.5.The Freeman Bloodline
6 6.The Kennedy Bloodline
7 7.The Li Bloodline
8.8.The Onassis Bloodline
9 9.The Reynolds bloodline
110.The Rockefeller Bloodline
11. The Rothschild Bloodline
12. The Russell Bloodline
13. The Van Duyn Bloodline

EXCERPT from one of the following articles:
Follow the Money Trail to Mr. Derivative
When you ask who’s the biggest winner if the bill goes through, you’ll find the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), co-founded by Hank Paulson and Al Gore. Members include Amtrak, DuPont, Ford, Oakland, Chicago, and the Iowa Farm Bureau.

EXCERPT from the following excerpt:
This also ties in with Carbon capture and exchange. You all know about the Chicago Carbon Exchange, Cap & Trade and even O's support of Kyoto, so I won't bore you with history.
Startling reveletions more going on in the Gulf of Mexico than an oil spill
~~~The team is at it again!~~~
In the course of our investigation into the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, we have uncovered some startling information.

What I am about to tell you will knock you out of your seats.

There is a lot more going on in the Gulf of Mexico than the oils spill.

This administration and many other entities like BP, Citi, Nalco, GM, GE, Goldman Sachs, University of Chicago, holding companies along with Dept of Defense, Billionaires and Politicians are all vested in biofuels.

What is going on in the Gulf is directly related to this new industry.

There is an Algae these companies are interested in.

From the mouth of the Mississippi river, all along the Gulf coast and spreading down to the Everglades is prime area for growing this Algae. Crist is aware of this. He's funding it.There is a couple of other prime spots too. Chesapeake is one area and the Great Lakes is another. (Funny, we already had a Great Lakes Czar and a Chesapeake Czar.) (Now we have a Gulf Czar too!)

As you know, the oil continues to flow in the Gulf.

It looks incompetent when assessing the response to the crisis. It is not incompetence. It is intentional and willfull destruction.

They are spraying dispersants that are toxic to sea life. The dispersants hold the oil below the surface. Ask yourselves why you would want that. Wouldn't it be easier to vacuum the oil if it were floating?

They are not letting foreign tankers in to help. Even the few barges Jindal got his hands on were stalled, citing they need to be inspected to see if they carried enough life vests. They did.

They even pass the buck as to who is in charge. BP says they were in charge. O says he's in charge. The Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen says he's in charge. They run us in circles to divert the real questions.

If you have noticed, most of their news conferences have very little to do with action response, instead focusing on claims processing.

This is not incompetence. It is an intentional strategy. They don't want to clean it up or even try to contain it.

What they are doing is in three steps.

First get rid of oil industry in Gulf.

Then turn Gulf into a dead zone. A dead zone is free of life or ability to sustain it. The oil, dispersants and fertilizers deplete oxygen. It kills animals and fish, also turning their remains into fertilizer.

Finally, use Gulf as a giant Algae farm. Algae grows on water surface, getting oxygen from air, not water. Fertilizers like Urea supply much needed nitrogen. The Mississippi and the other rivers that empty into Gulf also pick up fertilizers from the many farms along the way. This feeds the Algae at the mouths of these rivers.

The oil in the water won't hurt the Algae. It will only promote it's growth and burn factor.

Algae costs about $2. a Barrel to refine. This is potentially very profitable.

The down side is , there isn't enough Algae to sustain the demand. It takes a lot of Algae to produce a single barrel. That means they need a huge place to grow and multiply the supply of this Algae. Right now they don't have this enormous Algae farm location. They have the desire, the technology, the investments and companies all set up.They have even taken the steps to map out the plan.

That plan involves projects in the Great Lakes., Chesapeake Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.

This oil spill whether sabotage, negligence, accident or design is the perfect way to eliminate fossil fuels such as oil and to advance his biofuel agenda..

They will sacrifice the Gulf and all who live in or around it for this multi Trillion Dollar industry.

Rahm Emanuel I want to be mayor of Chicago 30 second video
Rahm Emanuel: I Want to Be Mayor of Chicago
April 20, 2010 8:16 AM

During a Monday interview on "Charlie Rose," White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel made it clear that he wants to succeed Richard M. Daley as mayor of Chicago one day.

"I hope Mayor Daley seeks reelection. I will work and support him if he seeks reelection. But if Mayor Daley doesn't, one day I would like to run for mayor of the City of Chicago," said Emanuel. "That's always been an aspiration of mine even when I was in the House of Representatives."

Richard Sandor and Cap and Trade Times
By JAMES CAMERON Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2007
I first met Richard Sandor around 10 years ago when discussions about creating a global carbon market began. He's been enormously important to the development of the emissions-trading industry since its beginnings. As chief economist for the Chicago Board of Trade in the 1970s, he had helped develop the financial futures market, and in the late 1980s and early 1990s he all but invented cap-and-trade programs for sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions, the pollutant that causes acid rain. The methodology was simple: the government puts a cap on SO2 and then the market takes over, with companies that can economically reduce SO2 on their own allowed to sell emissions rights to those that can't. Doing the same thing with greenhouse emissions was the logical next step, and from the 1992 Earth Summit on, Sandor was at the forefront of those efforts, launching the Chicago and the European Climate Exchanges, where companies could meet to trade carbon.

ASU launches renewable biofuel research initiative with BP and SFAZ
Arizona State University has announced a significant research partnership with energy company BP and Science Foundation Arizona (SFAz) to develop a renewable source of biofuel.

The research effort focuses on using a specially optimized photosynthetic bacterium to produce biodiesel, a sustainable high-energy fuel that can be used in conventional engines.

"This project illustrates the type of high impact research that is possible when state, industry and academic leaders converge on an urgent societal problem," said George Poste, director of the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University. "We are delighted to be part of an international research effort with BP and SFAz to reduce our transportation economy’s dependency on oil and develop cleaner, sustainable sources of energy."

Arizona State University promotes destruction of USA (Treason 101)
Arizona State University is one of the first academic traitors to volunteer to sell out American sovereignty. ASU have put up a website, , intended to be an instructional tool to assist and encourage professors to teach the concept of "North America" to their unwitting student body. The site, appropriately titled "Building North America", was created in cooperation with the North American Center for Transborder Studies at ASU, which must, therefore, be the actual nest of the traitors residing at ASU.

Corn Based biofuels
The United States now produces 6.5 billion gallons of renewable fuels each year
– a number expected to jump to 36 billion gallons by 2022.

Many plants, from switch grass to poplar trees, are potentially good sources of renewable fuel, especially if scientists figure how to process them more efficiently.

Corn, however, is almost universally regarded as an environmentally unfriendly crop that compares poorly to other biofuel sources and requires enormous quantities of fertilizers and pesticides to grow.

But in the United States, corn is king, and a combination of early adoption and agro-industry lobbying made it the most common plant-based fuel. If that trend continues, say sustainability scientists Simon Donner and
Christopher Kucharik, fertilizer pollution will expand an oxygen-starved region in the Gulf of Mexico, spelling doom for crustaceans, fish and the people whose livelihoods depend on catching them.

< Cap & trade shenanigans with the Chicago Climate Exchange
Follow the Money Trail to Mr. Derivative
When you ask who’s the biggest winner if the bill goes through, you’ll find the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), co-founded by Hank Paulson and Al Gore. Members include Amtrak, DuPont, Ford, Oakland, Chicago, and the Iowa Farm Bureau.

The whole idea is the brainchild of Richard Sandor — aka “Mr. Derivative.” He’s the guy to thank for interest rate futures, as well as earthquake futures. In the early ’90s, he pioneered the collateralized mortgage obligation(CMO). And while you might not know exactly what a CMO is, you’ve probably heard the name Kidder, Peabody — where Mr. Derivative worked. By the mid-’90s, it held 28% of the total world CMO pie on its own balance sheet. Surprise, surprise, it all blew up in 1994, forcing the 130-year-old firm to the auction block — because of toxic instruments that look an awful lot like the mortgage securities that just blew up on us in 2007.

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