The High Oil Conspiracy: The Real Reason you’re paying $3.50 a gallon
My friends you won’t see this anywhere else but on the internet, even though, the facts and truths presented here come from professional reports
submitted before congress.
Our government claims that we are winning the war in Iraq. If this is so, then why is Iraq only producing half as much oil today then they were under
According to the CRS Report for Congress “Iraq’s peak production was realized just before its invasion of Kuwait. In July 1990, output reached 3.5
This same report goes on to state that current Iraqi oil production (as of 2004) is on average less than “1.6 mbd”. That is less than half
what Saddam was producing. Here is a link to the report…
CRS Report for Congress
Even more recently in March of 2005 the Department of State stated the following:
That’s even lower than they were in 2004!
Why isn’t Iraq pumping out the oil? Companies like Halliburton won “No-Bid” contracts to build, maintain, and repair Iraq’s oil
infrastructure. “No-Bid” contracts mind you and Iraq is still producing half the Oil that Saddam was able to produce. The final page of the CRS
report to congress stated the following:
“The addition of an incremental 800,000 barrels per day into this overheated market could have a substantial price impact, even though it would
represent only about a 1% increase in total world output. This increment, were it to become available under current circumstances, might result in a
noticeable decline in crude prices.”
Well, that speaks rather clearly that perhaps if Iraq could produce just a smidgen more oil than they are now, still less than Saddam was producing,
then that would have a substantial impact on global oil prices.
So why can’t Iraq produce more oil than now then when Saddam was in power? Do you mean to tell me that billions of American dollars given in
“No-Bid” contracts to companies like Halliburton and after almost 8 years Iraq still can’t produce even half the oil that Saddam was
And that is precisely the point my friends. Our government went to Iraq to control the price of oil so that it would inflate. And my friends, that is
exactly what is happening and has been happening ever since we removed Saddam from power.
You see it’s quite simple really. Use 911 to invade an oil country like Iraq and then shut off the pipeline and rake in huge profits for American
oil companies. Make sure that Iraqi reconstruction is given to companies friendly to the administration so that they botch the reconstruction efforts
completely for years. Hence the “No-Bid” contracts to Halliburton, the company that Vice President Dick Cheney used to be the CEO of.
This article link below states that government officials don’t even know how much oil Iraq really exports because the meter has been broken ever
since we invaded Iraq.
“Meanwhile, right under their noses, smugglers are suspected to be diverting an estimated billions of dollars worth of crude onto tankers because
the oil metering system that is supposed monitor how much crude flows into and out of ABOT and KAAOT -- has not worked since the March 2003 U.S.
invasion of Iraq.”
Halliburton can’t even fix a meter, perhaps one of the most important meters of oil in the entire world. Which also begs the question, “Who really
broke the meter in the first place?” Why can’t they fix this meter that controls billions of dollars worth of oil? Because they don’t want
anyone to know exactly how little oil is actually leaving Iraq?
And guess what folks! It gets even better. Guess who is paying the government of Iraq to sit idly by let it all happen? You guessed it! You are! Your
billions of debt induced tax dollars are paying off the government of Iraq to keep quite while our contractors turn off the oil from Iraq for huge
profits here at home. Well someone has to make up for all the oil revenue that the Iraqi government isn’t getting from the oil. And you can bet your
tax dollars that it isn’t going to be the oil companies themselves, despite the fact that they have recently claimed the title, “Most PrProfitable
Companies in History.”
My friends, what is going on right now is the biggest orchestrated fraud ever pulled upon the world, and your elected representatives sold you down
the river to make it happen.
So, next time you pay for gas at the pump, send a message to your representative and tell them how you feel about what is really going on. And tell
them to stop lying to you because you all ready know the truth.