Thursday, September 9, 2010

More Like A Prolapse

I just finished watching Collapse, Mike Ruppert's 90 minute interview. Quite amazing.
Quite convincing. If he was bullshitting, he's an accomplished bullshitter.

He mentioned one small factoid that struck me as odd, namely, Saudi Arabia's sizable off-shore drilling array. As Ruppert points out, why would Saudi Arabia spend so much money extracting oil from under water if they really had the oodles of oil they insist they have?

Just out of curiosity I did a quick google search. This page has 13 openings with Saudi Aramco for offshore drilling rigs.

Then there is this page at a place called Rig Zone. I found the article's opening paragraphs to bode ill for the internal combustion beastie.

The world's largest oil company in terms of proven reserves, Saudi Aramco is the state-run company for the Middle Eastern country of Saudi Arabia. Onshore and off, Saudi Aramco has a total of 100 major oil and gas fields and 267 billion barrels of proven oil reserves.

In fact, the NOC holds the world's largest offshore field, Safaniya, with an estimated 20 billion barrels of oil and daily production of 1 MMbopd. Other major producing offshore fields for Saudi Aramco include Zuluf, which has a daily production capacity of 500,000 bopd, and Marjan, which produces 270,000 bopd.

In a five-year plan starting in 2009, Saudi Aramco is increasing drilling exploration and investment in the oil sector, which includes increasing drilling by a third. A priority has been placed on offshore areas, and the company is presently investing in an effort to increase production capacity by 20%. That includes both development to achieve first production and re-development of producing fields. Major upstream projects include works on offshore fields Berri, Zuluf and Safaniyah. Also under development, Manifa is expected to hold between 10 and 20 billion barrels of oil and is scheduled to come on-stream by the third quarter of 2011.

Significant Increase in Offshore Activity

Saudi Aramco has not always been very active offshore or focused on its offshore resources. At the start of the decade, the NOC only had one rig working in the waters offshore Saudi Arabia, and it was a rig that the company owned. That number increased over the next year to four rigs by the close of 2001. Following that pattern of increased offshore activity, the number of rigs Saudi Aramco contracted from 2002 through mid-2005, continued to increase with nine rigs contracted in June 2005.

I don't know. I think Mike's a little confused about the way the world works.
As I understand it, our material prosperity is a gift from God, cause he likes us soooooooooooo much, and we're cute, and personable, & build neat nuclear weapons.
Anyone who says different is A COM-MU-NIST IN-FIL-TRAITOR, or, even worse, a TER-ROAR-WRIST IN_FIL-TRAITOR, sowing dissent & undermining God's divine plan for a red white blue future filled with chewy caramel goodness &...ummmmmm....frankfurters. That's right, frankfurters. Lots & lots of fucking frankfurters.

I also have it on good authority that every night, while all His little children slumber in the bosom of His sanctity, God steps up to the Earth, unscrews the polar ice cap, inserts his massive, rotund & perfect Manly Member into the Wo-Manly Hall's & Wo-Manly Bowels of the Earth mother, uncorking a stream of black, oily God jism that would lube up a crankcase as quickly as it would grease the dried up innards of your ol' Granny just so Grandpap can get his nasty on once before his ticker finally sputters to a stop.

If God is good enough for Ann Coulter, you'd better be damn sure that God is good enough for me.

If God is good enough for Glenn Beck, then, dang gummit, God is good enough for me.

Mike needs a Bible. It's all there.

God HAS a plan motherfucker. & don't you forget it.

Allah Akbar!!!

Babar The Elephant!!!

Praise Jesus!!!




ericswan said...

I'm thinking that if we don't use all that oil in our day to day toil maybe the earth would blow up. We might yet see a future of prosperity and light for everyone. Sort of like Christmas day only it is 365 days a year, 40 hours a week and even long weekends when we can get out there and rub bumpers with the neighbours.

Morocco Bama said...

My ma & pa had me cut at an early age, apparently "everybody was doing it". I'm a circumcision fashion victim.

Don't eschew, or so easily dismiss your helmeted warrior, BF. I'm proud of my one-eyed helmeted beast. I'm happy I have a beats having to worry about smegma build-up and the host of other non-intercourse related penile hygiene issues.

Of course, there are those who think smegma is good for you and is unnecessarily maligned. I think they're in the same camp as those who eat the after-birth of their newborn children.

I had the luxury of being circumcised by a rabbi in the back of a Royal Deluxe II with sheepskin-covered seats. Here's a video of the procedure. We rented this classic car from a car collector to have it done in exactly the same way for my son when he was born eight years prior.

I wonder what Ruppert thinks about circumcision and smegma? Did they cover that in Collapse?

Morocco Bama said...

Here's a link to the entire Collapse documentary, in two parts, on-line streaming.

Morocco Bama said...

The dude smokes like a Trojan, doesn't he? I don't know what that means...but I've heard it used so many times in similar contexts, that I thought I would use it too.

Morocco Bama said...

Okay, I'm lying...I know what it means....and in this case, it is a double entendre.

just_another_dick said...

The smoking was the 1st thing I noticed Shrub. Thought it was odd that a guy who seem obsessed with survival (his blog is called Lifeboat)
also chain smoked.

Shrub, could cleaning smegma other than one's own smegma be construed as a hand job?

just_another_dick said...

Looks like they're not paying their rent over at the RI forum. They turned out the lights.

Mr. Swan, I see you artfully snuck your last word into the RI blog archive of dead conversations.

They're kind of sad don't you think?
All that type sitting there without us.

Do you think the text blocks talk about us when we're not there anymore?

Since they come from inside our heads they probably have oodles of dirt on us, don't ya think?

I have a particular fondness for this hunk of meaty SPAM™ goodness:

"Hi! I like your works very much! I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.i'm so sorry to send so many links in your blog comment.but this is my job,i have no idea."

"I have no idea?"


ericswan said...

Circumcision has to be right up there with vaccinations. I have to admit that I'm building a survival type boat in preparation for the big wave Patrik Geryl says accompanies an earth spanking CME, pole shift, tidal wave and ice age. I expect that my collection of Sorcha Faal tobacco seed will tide me over the abyss and into oblivion.

Morocco Bama said...

Does smegma float? If so, it could be a case against circumcision if you want to survive 2012. Smegma as an ark, if you will. The seed of a new covenant.

It's these kind of conversations you can't get at the hermetically sealed and sadistically sanitized RI forum.

Morocco Bama said...

Mr. Swan, I see you artfully snuck your last word into the RI blog archive of dead conversations.

You spoke too soon, Richard. I think that's the purpose of this whole Internet speak too soon.

ericswan said...

So, do we celebrate 911 or ignore it.

I vote we ignore it.

Morocco Bama said...

Why don't we celebrate ignoring it?

ericswan said...

What does Obama, politicians and diapers all have in common?


And for the same reason.

Morocco Bama said...

What's going on at the RI blog? Holy Cow!

ericswan said...

Hey shrub..must be a field day for you at ri. I still think Smoot is a softy.

Morocco Bama said...

Who's Smoot?

Morocco Bama said...

Richard must be at work. HeHe.

Morocco Bama said...

There's a rat in the house, Richard. It's not you, and it's not me, so there's only a few left. Who might it be now?

just_another_dick said...

Shrub, sadistically garnering humor from my work plight cuts me to the quick.

But, since you mentioned it...

We've had this new client for about 2 weeks. He's relatively smart, well behaved, quite likable. While he answers direct questions barely loud enough to hear, he follows these answers with about a paragraph or two of additional dialogue that is impossible to hear. Even putting my ear close to his mouth doesn't help. Yet, it isn't gibberish. You have the sense he's saying something, but you can't hear it.

Anyway, last night, the guy was in bed, uncharacteristically yelling & laughing loudly & uncontrollably. I went back to his room & asked him if we was alright.

He said, "Yes. Adam is alright. Adam Bomb has a boner."

He then went back to yelling & whooping & laughing & rubbing that boner for all it was worth.

I walked out of his room thinking that that had to be the happiest masturbation session I'd ever seen in my life.

He was clearly a man who enjoyed his penis, smegma or no smegma.

Is it just me, or does it seem more than a bit sad that so many people practically shit themselves when the RI forum went KERFLOOEY?

So this is what interpersonal interaction has degenerated into these days, eh? Lonely people in lonely rooms staring at computer screens, watching silently as their paragraphs jostle for space in the paragraph pecking order.

Hoping for that fresh off the presses 'NWO/Satanic pedophile/collapse is imminent' news link that will momentarily place them above the herd with their own thread.

Diligently lonely souls wasting hours trawling the Intercomposttoilet for obscure links exposing "the crytocracy" & its minions. The elite machinations of our elite rulers as they elitely bend us over a stool for a nice elite corn holing. Strangely, no evidence unearthed ever impedes, in the least, our corn holing, instead only giving fleeting features to our rapists.

Maybe the real motive of conspiracy research has more to do with the submissiveness of the herd & its pathological need to know its master, its need to know who to thank for its raping.

As in "Thank You Sir, may I have another?

Morocco Bama said...

Couldn't have said it better myself, Richard. My thoughts and sentiments, exactly. It was fun while it lasted though, wasn't it? My how the quail came fluttering out of the bush. We knew they were quail, but man oh man, did some really show their true colors.

I really should be compensated for all my hard work. Nah, that wouldn't be right. I do it because I care. Really, I do.

Morocco Bama said...

While 82_28 muses that the "Dark Heart" is out to get him and his fellow RI sheep, the "Dark Heart" has busied itself dislocating, and ultimately culling, the population of Pakistan. Gee, where have we seen these exploitations of natural disaster tricks before? It's a pretty common strategy these days, wouldn't you say?

Well, yes, there is a very real connection, although that’s not the only element that we’re concerned about. But it is well known, if not acknowledged by—particularly by the state, that the base for the drones, where they’re housed before they are automated, is in Pakistan. The current government has literally gone blue in the face denying that.

But I just happened to stumble across a contractor—and that’s not the Blackwater contractor—the contractor who built the base, who inadvertently, actually, spoke about it. But he was speaking about it in a different context, and that context was the fact that he was there at the time of the flooding—and, you know, this is the worst catastrophe to have hit any state since apparently biblical times. So, he actually mentioned to me that the River Indus, which is one of the largest rivers in the world, carrying now a volume of water which has not been known in contemporary history, was breached on the left bank deliberately in order to protect the base, which is on the right bank. And the breaching caused, consequentially, the inundation of an entire district, which resulted in the displacement of millions, not thousands, but millions, because we have 170 million people in the country, and this particular district is one of the most densely populated. So, yes, there is a connect between, you know, what is considered to be a natural disaster, but then the management of that disaster is not natural at all.

Morocco Bama said...

Excellent analysis here. It pretty much sums it up. It's the system, dammit, not the players.

just_another_dick said...

Yep, it's the system & the system is crumbling like a stale chocolate chip cookie.

The feds just closed the 119th bank this year, the FDIC's troubled banks list exceeds 800, & our FDIC safety net is teetering near insolvency.

But hey, at least retail sales rose 0.4% this month.

Proving, quite succinctly, that if the Titanic had gift shops, shopping would have occurred even as the ship went under.

ericswan said...

Turns out this RI thingy is a control womb. I would have to be misunderestimated over there.

just_another_dick said...

Speaking of drones, did you happen to see the history of UAV's published by the Mitchell Institute?

You can find a PDF version here:

I'd imagine that this will make many ET/UFO true believers a bit uncomfortable since it shows that UAVs could do fairly amazing shit 40 years ago.

Morocco Bama said...

Eric, where on earth did that Tina chick come from? She was a sweetie though, wasn't she? I miss her already.

Morocco Bama said...

The first eyewitness descriptions of the planes said they weren't passenger liners at all.

Drones, perhaps?

ericswan said...

I think Tina is Surrender..

Morocco Bama said...

You're cold, Eric. Real cold. Think closer to home.