"The Currency of the Elite is Gold & Silver Don't sell your Gold don't sell Your Silver " Pastor Lindsey Williams

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Lindsey Williams with Pastor Butch Paugh Apr 19, 2011

Pastor Lindsey Williams on Call to Decision

Pastor Butch Paugh, of Call to Decision Ministries interviews pastor Lindsey Williams about his latest insights and information given to him by the elite who control the world and especially the crude oil prices and they are making and shaping societies and history...there is only one thing that maintains its value and which you can depend on the elite told Lindsey Williams and that is the currency of the elite which is not the Dollar but GOLD and SILVER

Pastor Lindsey Williams has been an ordained Baptist minister for 28 years. He went to Alaska in 1971 as a missionary and in 1974 become the Chaplain to the "workers" of The Transalaska oil pipeline. By the providence of God, he received executive status working as Chaplain and rubbed shoulders with the World's Elite (Oil Executives), spending three years living with them and attending their board meetings. As a result, he wrote about his experiences in his eye opening book, The Energy Non-Crisis. In June 2008, due to the sensitive nature of his book, Pastor Willians' life was threatened by an oil executive and he was forced to shut down his web-site and stop selling his books and CDs. At the urging of Dr. Stanley Monteith of Radio Liberty, he called back the same oil executive to ask if there was any information he could convey to the public without upsetting the World's Elite. This oil executive then gave Pastor Williams some startling new revelations which he could safely reveal to the general public.

In July 2008, Pastor Williams was told that from mid 2008 to mid 2009, (1) news of super giant oil fields would be announced in the Northern Slopes of Russia and in Indonesia; both oil fields combined will contain more oil reserves than the entire Middle East; (2) that this news would drive oil prices down to $50/barrel; (3) that OPEC countries, especially in the Middle East, would be bankrupted from this price decrease; (4) that US domestic oil reserves would never be tapped, even though the US still has large oil reserves in Alaska.