Tag Archives: Gulf War

Occupying Ghawar

(Excerpted from Chapter 13: USS Persian Gulf: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

Aside from the economic benefits which US multinationals derived from the brief US war against Iraq and the curtailment of Saudi and Kuwaiti economic power which the Gulf War wrought, there were other important repercussions from the destabilization of the Persian Gulf region. Continue reading

Al-Sabah Yellow Ribbons

(Excerpted from Chapter 12: The Gulf Oil War: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

Turkey followed US orders to shut down a key Iraqi oil pipeline. King Fahd agreed to allow US troops to base out of Saudi Arabia.  UAE and Qatar followed suit. Continue reading

Stealing The Oil & Making It Worthless

(Excerpted from Chapter 12: The Gulf Oil War: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

While Saddam was preoccupied with the Iranians, the Kuwaiti government busied itself slowly moving its long-disputed border with Iraq northward into the area containing the massive Rumaila oilfield, which the Four Horsemen now knew to be one of the richest in the world. Continue reading

Iraq’s True Liberators

000029In August 2010, as if to foreshadow the inevitable demise of the puppet Malaki government, at least 55 Iraqis were killed in a series of two dozen coordinated bombings and shootings targeting US-trained security forces across the country. The attacks came one day after the US said it had met its August 31st deadline to end combat operations in Iraq. Continue reading

Illuminati Mind Control & The Report From Iron Mountain

000033The Rothschild-led international banking cartel learned long ago that it was much easier to brainwash people than to face off with them in open combat. Over the past decades these techniques, led by television “programming” have become quite sophisticated. Continue reading

Iraq Cash Cow: Part IV

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Balancing the Books

The record profits accrued by US corporations as a result of the Gulf War also served to offset the imbalance in US/GCC trade created by GCC oil revenue. Continue reading

Iraq Cash Cow: Part III

1997 - 3-7 - Guatemala - Antigua - Volcan Aqua (volcano in b(Excerpted from Chapter 12: The Gulf Oil War: Big Oil & Their Bankers...)

Shortly after Iraq attacked Kuwait Jordan’s King Hussein joined with Algerian President Chadli Benjladid to organize an Arab League Summit in Algiers to try and head off a full-scale war.  Saddam agreed to pull his troops from Kuwait while the summit proceeded. But Egypt, with backing from the US and Britain, convinced 14 of the 21 foreign ministers in attendance to denounce Iraq. The peace effort fell apart.  The Bilderbergers would have their bloodbath.

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