posted on Oct, 28 2004 @ 02:13 PM
The Mid)East war was a war fought over too much oil! To be more precise it was something that looked like a war. Bush, Gorbachev and Hussein planned
the war together for their mutual benefit. In the 2 years preceding the war the known oil reserves (the numbers upon which the futures market is
calculated) increased 30% in Iraq, 40% in Kuwait and doubled in Saudi Arabia! A virtual glut of oil had appeared on the world's market which was
having disastrous impacts on those oil companies pumping oil elsewhere in the world. Something had to be done to take this oil glut off the market.
Iraqi oil was embargoed and 600 wells in Kuwait were set on fire. How did this effect world oil prices? Not at all. Despite this, after the war prices
fell just below the pre)war price.
Following the invasion of Kuwait in August of 1991 oil prices doubled. Who was the world's principal beneficiary? After the massive parade of
Mid)East experts before the major media it remained unsaid that the Soviet Union at this time was pumping 4 times the quantity of oil as the world's
next largest producer, Saudi Arabia. All the while these exact figures were published in the futures section of the WALL STREET JOURNAL. After this
extraordinary windfall we are expected to believe that the Soviet Union is suddenly bankrupt.
Prouty revealed that the largest oil reserves in Iraq are those of the Rockefeller interests and that Saddam is merely a puppet who would not think of
acting contrary to the wishes of David Rockefeller (currently the chairman of both the COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS and the North American TRILATERAL
whats so far fetched about this?
Off Topic: Sorta...
Goldwater's Administrative Director Tom Dunlevy... was an insider at the [1980 GOP] convention... I will always remember the very words of Tom
Dunlevy following my protest of the selection of George Bush for VP. They were etched into my mind. "We didn't like that either. It was a deal with
the Devil. Henry Kissinger and Gerald Ford, present at the convention as agents of David Rockefeller, assured Reagan the presidency if he accepted
Bush on the ticket. Otherwise Rockefeller would swing the election to Carter."
Cleon Skousen spoke with Reagan at the convention, both before and after the Bush decision, and related how Reagan told how Kissinger and Ford
with the support of Walter Cronkite coerced him. According to Skousen these are Reagan's very words "They showed me the brush by which I would be
tarred if I did not go along." After the election, when George Bush's top man, campaign manager James Baker, became Reagan's chief of staff -- the
one person who controlled who saw the president -- the betrayal of conservatism was complete.
[edit on 28-10-2004 by TrueLies]