The Watchman believes Dave Hodges missed something in his article and analysis below. Apparently there are large oil deposits offshore near Tarfaya, Morocco. 3D Seismic Data Confirms 750mmbl Potential of Tarfaya Well Offshore Morocco. Morocco onshore and offshore also has large deposits of gas.
Cairn Energy is a Scottish, Edinburgh based corporation.
Genel Energy is a Turkish corporation and the largest oil producer and holder of reserves and resources in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, where they have been operating for over a decade.
Fastnet, a London and Dublin based corporation in Sept. 2015 reported an impairment charge of $36.6 million (€32.8m) arising from its decision to abandon its oil and gas activities off the coasts of Ireland and Morocco and switch to the biopharma sector.
Now, in Dave's defense this oil and gas boom in Morocco could be a cover for an Illuminati "bug out".
Dave Hodges of the “common Sense Show” received a call two weeks ago from Bob Griswold who owns Ready Made Resources. Here is what Dave Hodges reported: He informed me that Tim Moller, of Moller Engineering. Mr. Moller informed Bob Griswold that a South Korean construction firm contacted him and wanted 4,000 generators delivered (yesterday) to Tarfaya, Morocco.
The call for the generators was very urgent. Why would someone want that many generators that quickly? Very simply, the Deep Underground Bunkers that are being constructed in Tarfaya, Morocco, need ventilation, power and a reliable energy source. The urgency of the need to deliver 4,000 generators is very concerning. My confidence call on this event is 100%. I know Bob Griswold. I have interviewed him many times. I also have a business relationship with him. In the time that I have known him, his information has ALWAYS been reliable. Further, the circumstantial evidence coming out of Tarfaya, is interesting and circumstantially confirming of these reports.
Tarfaya, Morocco, is on the cusp of big developments. Developments which are totally out of proportion to this very small and sleepy fishing village. For example, a massive wind farm is being constructed 25km away and a new port is planned. New beachfront promenades and restaurants are also on the drawing board. How convenient for the elite who will be looking to survive in this sleepy little village of 5,600 people in Southern Morocco.
If you were choosing a bug out location, wouldn’t you want the location to be located in a mild climate that could be enjoyed when it was safe to emerge from a deep underground bunker? This is precisely what we see in Tarfaya, Morocco.
On January 2, 2015 GDF Suez and its local partner Nareva Holding started commercial operations from Africa’s largest wind farm, the 301MW Tarfaya project in southern Morocco.