World Bank to Stop Funding Oil and Gas Projects

“Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by power obtainable at any point in the universe. It is a mere question of time when men will succeed in attaching their machinery to the very wheelwork of nature.”  – Nikola Tesla, Inventor Alternating Current Motor 

Stating climate concerns, the World Bank has decided to halt support of all gas and oil projects by 2020. Even for those who believe that climate change is part of Earth’s natural cycles, the colossal pollution caused by these two industries is undeniable.

President Emmanuel Macron said that the world was “losing the battle” against global warming, and that we needed to step up our clean energy production – yet these seems redundant advice for a world that could have been using zero-point energy as developed by people like Nikole Tesla over 40 years ago.

Zero point and other clean energies we could have been using all this time do not cause air pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, damage to the earth’s inner infrastructure as it is caused by fracking, or depletion of habitats, clear-cutting of old-growth forests and the decimation of oceans.

Heeding Macron’s advice, the World Bank will no longer finance upstream oil and gas, after 2019, it said in a statement in Paris, with a single caveat.

“In exceptional circumstances, consideration will be given to financing upstream gas in the poorest countries where there is a clear benefit in terms of energy access for the poor and the project fits within the countries’ Paris Agreement commitments,” the statement also said.

Though the World Bank harps on greenhouse gases, they fail to mention the absolute slaughter of the planet in more obvious ways by oil and gas companies – in ways that are undeniable and less controversial than the climate change argument.

Moreover, the Federal Reserve Cartel (in cahoots with the World Bank and IMF) are led by the very families that helped to promote oil and gas production while suppressing cleaner and free energies – so you have to wonder what their true Modus Operandi is.

The Four Horsemen of Banking (Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo) own the Four Horsemen of Oil (Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch/Shell, BP and Chevron Texaco); in tandem with Deutsche Bank, BNP, Barclays and other European old money behemoths have a  global monopoly on the economy – their departure from oil and gas can only mean more profits – however, despite their intentions, the planet is in desperate need of different energy production methods.

One might argue that solar, hydropower, wind, nuclear, etc. will become the new energy behemoths – yet again denying people of zero-point energy, a logical outcome of quantum mechanics – a field we’ve made great strides in within just the past twenty years.

While cleaner energies are a step in the right direction, anything less than a complete unveiling of free energy to the world is yet another form of suppression.

As Dr. Brian O’Leary has stated,

“Much to my surprise, these concepts [zero-point energy or free energy] have been proven in hundreds of laboratories around the world, but have not really seen the light of day.”  

The common denominator of all free energy is that it mimics the movement of the torus. Any technology based on this phenomenon has been suppressed.

Yet, however, we approach the free energy topic, we know for certain – free energy would utterly change life as we know it. Transportation, health sciences, how we grow our food, and so much more would be utterly transformed from the archaic ways that we do these things now.

Are we to believe the big oil companies switching to solar and wind power is the whole truth? If their track records speak at all, and the suppression of these technologies by governments and corporations can provide a trail of breadcrumbs, we’re being duped once again.




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