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In 1954 the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company changed its name to British Petroleum and became an international consortium that shared profits with Iran at a 50-50 split. The company was 40% owned by Iran, 40% owned by 5 American companies and 20% owned by Royal Dutch Shell and the French Petroleum Company. No Iranians were allowed on the Board of Directors or to audit the company. The 5 American companies include Exxon, Gulf Oil, Mobil, Standard Oil and Texaco; all of which were controlled, merged or or owned by parent companies affiliated with the Rockefeller family over time.
In 1979 the Ayatollah Khomeini broke all contracts and gave 90% ownership to BP oil and Iran retained a 10% interest. In 1998
Peter Sutherland was the non- executive chairman of BP for 13 years, until the end of 2009 and is an example of the the type of leadership that rules the world. His "accomplishments" include being non- executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs, director of the Bank of Scotland (until it was taken over by the UK government to avoid bankruptcy), former Director General of GATT (now the World Trade Organization), a chairman of the Trilateral Commission and a UN Goodwill Ambassador. Sutherland was instrumental in the UK's immigration mess, negating Ireland's ban on abortion and is reported to be on the steering committee of the Bilderberg group.
Standard Oil evolved into what is known today as the world energy giant BP
Both 2008 and 2009 have been busy years for BP. In 2008, BP signed a deal with Enbridge to pipe Oil Sands crude from Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast. The same year, BP and Husky Energy teamed up to create an integrated North American oil sands business through two joint ventures: BP-Husky Refinery LLC, operated by BP, and the Sunrise Oil Sands Partnership (SOSP), operated by Husky. BP also acquired 90,000 acres of natural gas assets in Oklahoma’s Arkoma Basin Woodford Shale from Chesapeake Energy in 2008. It also purchased a stake in Chesapeake Energy’s Fayetteville Shale assets in Arkansas.
In 2009, BP announced the discovery of a major oil field in the Gulf of Mexico. The oil field contains 3 billion barrels of oil, which will boast production 50 percent to 600,000 barrels per day.
Originally posted by soleprobe
reply to post by OuttaTime
Should be "bashing ourselves"? You gotta be kidding. The Rothschilds, Rockefellers, the Royals... it's all the same clan... why would you even bother trying to make a distinction? These creatures have no nationality, they don't wave any nation's flag... It's absolutely devious to try to get the common American to bash themselves because of the evil deeds of the Rockefellers.
I've never seen so much putting down of the American people as on this forum. America is definitely under attack.
Originally posted by bk777
The Rockefeller family served as agents of the Rothschild banking empire which financed standard oil and the Rockefellers used their new found might to help the Rothschild's with their goal of the creation of the federal reserve. No one should be surprised by this, but good research data for the uninformed of the takeover of the USA by globalist elements.
Originally posted by ttatw
Some interesting connections also mentioned here:
Chicago, for example. And Caspian Sea oil. And then there's this:
"The South Improvement Co. was the forerunner of the Standard Oil Company."
Well, they really really improved it now didn't they. So how does this fit into the next phase of their agenda, I wonder.
• Aon Corporation maintains its headquarters in the Aon Center.
• Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, Suite 2200
• British Petroleum, (BP) successor to Amoco and Standard Oil of Ohio
• Jones Lang LaSalle
• Daniel Edelman Inc.
• Marketing Support Inc.
• R.H. Donnelley
• Strata Decision Technology
• The Mid-America Club