Category Archives: Features

The Busy Little Isle Of Jersey

(Excerpted from Chapter 10: The Iran/Iraq War: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

Wealthy Saudis set up trusts on the Isle of Jersey which funded CIA weapons deals to both Saudi Arabia and Iraq during the early 1980’s. Continue reading

Arming The Iraqis

(Excerpted from Chapter 10: The Iran/Iraq War: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

The Saudis and Kuwaitis agreed to fund Saddam Hussein’s attack into Iran’s oil-rich Khuzistan Province at Brzezinski’s request.  The idea was to sever Khuzistan from the rest of Iran, then install a pliable government with which the Four Horsemen could do business. Continue reading

The Muslim Brotherhood

(Excerpted from Chapter 10: The Iran/Iraq War: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

By 1982 CIA and MI6 were passing targeting information to the Ayatollah aimed at Iranian leftist groups like the Tudeh Party, the National Front and the People’s Mujahadeen. Continue reading

Arming The Iranians

(Excerpted from Chapter 10: The Iran/Iraq War: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

While Brzezinski gave Saddam the green light to invade Iran, Casey met Hashemi in Madrid, ostensibly to plan a new round of “energy domination” and “economic inductance”.  The US would now arm both Iran and Iraq then send them to war, hoping to decimate both oil price-hawk nations. Continue reading

October Surprise & The Hardy Boys

(Excerpted from Chapter 10: The Iran/Iraq War: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

Richard Brenneke, the CIA pilot who testified before Senator John Kerry’s Subcommittee on Terrorism, Narcotics and International Relations that the Honduran arms supermarket supplying the Nicaraguan contras was funded by the Medellin Cartel, and that his superior Donald Gregg told him to “stick to his job”, also claims he flew to Paris on October 18, 1980. Continue reading

Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars

(Excerpted from Chapter 10: The Iran/Iraq War: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

In 1979, as Iranian revolutionaries were taking charge in Tehran, Carter National Security Adviser, Afghan Frankenstein godfather and Trilateral Commission co-founder Zbigniew Brzezinski was in Kuwait City meeting with Kuwaiti Emir Sheik Jaber Ahmed al Sabah, House of Saud envoys and Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.  The group decided that Saddam’s Republican Guard would seize the oil-rich Iranian province of Khuzistan. Continue reading

Enron

south-america-2008-152(Excerpted from Chapter 9: The Texas Oil Mafia: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

In 1985 Drexel Lambert S&L crook Michael Milken helped Houston Natural Gas merged with Internorth to create Enron.  Kenneth Lay headed Houston Natural Gas and became chairman and CEO of the new company.  Enron was the biggest corporate contributor to George W. Bush’s campaign to become Texas Governor. [389]  Bush won and Texas led the way in a nationwide deregulation of energy markets which Lay advocated. Continue reading