Tag Archives: Saddam Hussein

Weapons of Mass Destruction Anyone?

(Excerpted from Chapter 14: Saddam’s Banker in Atlanta: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

BNL was the main conduit through which General Motors had vehicle sales to Iraq financed.  A good chunk of Wall Street was using BNL in similar fashion. Continue reading

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Saddam’s Banker In Atlanta

(Excerpted from Chapter 14: Saddam’s Banker in Atlanta: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

The US and their Western allies weren’t concerned with dual use items being shipped to Iraq during the 1980’s. Continue reading

Report From Iron Mountain

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

In 1961 Kennedy Administration officials McGeorge Bundy, Robert McNamara and Dean Rusk, all CFR and Bilderberger members, led a study group which looked into “the problem of peace”. 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

Iraqi Nationalism Deals Blow To Illuminati

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

Ralph Lewis, senior consultant for Chevron Texaco, once stated, “The trick in the Middle East is to keep it stirred up.” 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

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