Putin, George Bush Sr., Saudi King Abdullah and Venezuela’s Chavez all reported ill during same week; Big oil involved

Last week there were a flurry of reports, all officially denied, that George Bush Sr., President Vladimir Putin of Russia, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and President Cesar Chavez of Venezuela were all suffering from serious health problems.

Bush:
http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Former-President-George-H-W-Bush-hospitalized-in-4077162.php

Putin:
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/whats-happened-to-action-man-vladimir-putin-forced-to-play-down-health-rumours-8372490.html

Abdullah:
http://www.upi.com/Top_News/Special/2012/11/28/Saudi-kings-health-spurs-succession-issue/UPI-89161354129123/

Chavez:
http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2012/11/29/venezuelan-president-hugo-chavez-battling-bone-metastasis-report-says/

Most intriguing of all is the article in the Houston Chronicle, linked in the widely read Drudge Report, about Bush’s health. If you click on the to the article above, the James Bond theme song starts playing and a video ad appears for the latest James Bond movie with a subtitle about Bush’s hospitalization at the bottom of the video (or at least it did at the time of writing this article).

White Dragon Society sources say that the Pope, the Rockefellers, The Queen, Obama and others decided to gang up on the Bush brothers who have now lost the ongoing power struggle in the West.

These reports coincide with a major move to start shipping North American oil and oil products to Asia as a substitute for Middle Eastern oil. It is also big oil’s plea to Japan to agree to a gradual transition away from oil and into new energy sources.

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