“Pay attention to who is profiting for there you will find as to whom is behind the crisis.”
We know that after the plandemic was coming to an end that the medical industry, as well as Big Pharma, had cashed in on the ignorance of the American people (Hosea 4:6).
We know that shortly thereafter that the mainstream media introduced CEO of Tesla Elon Musk and his new electric car and simultaneously, gas prices skyrocketed only to drive traffic to his new electric car in making huge profits (Ephesians 4:14).
We also know that oil companies’ profits soared to $174 billion this year as US gas prices rose.
Exxon, Chevron, Shell and BP were among a group of 24 that resisted calls to increase production but doled out shareholder dividends.
The Guardian reported:
The largest oil and gas companies made a combined $174bn in profits in the first nine months of the year as gasoline prices climbed in the US, according to a new report.
The bumper profit totals, provided exclusively to the Guardian, show that in the third quarter of 2021 alone, 24 top oil and gas companies made more than $74bn in net income. From January to September, the net income of the group, which includes Exxon, Chevron, Shell and BP, was $174bn.
Exxon alone posted a net income of $6.75bn in the third quarter, its highest profit since 2017, and has seen its revenue jump by 60% on the same period last year. The company credited the rising cost of oil for bolstering these profits, as did BP, which made $3.3bn in third-quarter profit. “Rising commodity prices certainly helped,” Bernard Looney, chief executive of BP, told investors at the latest earnings report.
Conclusion: If you are not aware of the crises that have been used over the 50 years in this country in making profits, then do yourselves a favor and watch the short video below (Jeremiah 11:9).
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