Chapter 38: Rockefeller The White House And The Middle East

Bush Sr.'s Gulf War in 1991 resulted in securing access to the huge Rumaila oil field of southern Iraq by expanding the boundaries of Kuwait after the war. This allows Kuwait, controlled by Standard Oil, to double its prewar oil output. (220) The Anglo-American oil giants (BP, Chevron-Texaco, Shell, Exxon-Mobil) are all absent from Iran and Iraq. (221)

They do, however, have hundreds of billions of dollars invested in the Middle East (222), and would love to put some puppets in power in Iraq and Iran who would allow them to do business there. They seem to be buying up all the oil reserves in the surrounding oil-rich area.

For example, in 1994, a contract was signed between Kazakhstan and Chevron, granting the company a 50% stake in all oil development there (223) Vice president Dick Cheney helped broker the deal. (224) Chevron once employed current Bush administration National Security Advisor (and Chevron stock-holder) Condoleezza Rice - the only Bush administration ex-oil baron to have a tanker named after her. (225)

In the spring of 2001, Halliburton (Vice President Cheney's company before he took office) signed a major contract with the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan to develop a 6000-square-meter marine base to support offshore oil construction in the Caspian Sea. (226) Dick Cheney is a member of both the Rockefeller's Council on Foreign Relations, and Rockefeller's Trilateral Commission. (227) Cheney is linked to Shell. (228)

UNOCAL, the spearhead for Standard Oil interests, has been trying to build the north-south pipeline through Afghanistan and Pakistan to the Indian Ocean for several decades. (229)

Bush Sr.'s Gulf War in 1991 resulted in securing access to the huge Rumaila oil field of southern Iraq by expanding the boundaries of Kuwait after the war.


OIL LAKE NORTH Spill in North Rumaila oil field contained 15,000 bbl when discovered.

This allows Kuwait, controlled by Standard Oil, to double its prewar oil output. (220) The Anglo-American oil giants (BP, Chevron-Texaco, Shell, Exxon-Mobil) are all absent from Iran and Iraq. (221)


They do, however, have hundreds of billions of dollars invested in the Middle East (222), and would love to put some puppets in power in Iraq and Iran who would allow them to do business there. They seem to be buying up all the oil reserves in the surrounding oil-rich area.




For example, in 1994, a contract was signed between Kazakhstan and Chevron, granting the company a 50% stake in all oil development there (223) Vice president Dick Cheney helped broker the deal. (224)


Chevron once employed current Bush administration National Security Advisor (and Chevron stock-holder) Condoleezza Rice - the only Bush administration ex-oil baron to have a tanker named after her. (225)


In the spring of 2001, Halliburton (Vice President Cheney's company before he took office) signed a major contract with the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan to develop a 6000-square-meter marine base to support offshore oil construction in the Caspian Sea. (226)


Dick Cheney is a member of both the Rockefeller's Council on Foreign Relations, and Rockefeller's Trilateral Commission. (227)


The Council on Foreign Relations, housed in the Harold Pratt House on East 68th Street in New York City, was founded in 1921. In 1922, it began publishing a journal called Foreign Affairs. ... The 3,000 seats of the CFR quickly filled with members of America's elite. Today, CFR members occupy key positions in government, the mass media, financial institutions, multinational corporations, the military, and the national security apparatus. Since its inception, the CFR has served as an intermediary between high finance, big oil, corporate elitists and the U.S. government. The executive branch changes hands between Republican and Democratic administrations, but cabinet seats are always held by CFR members. It has been said by political commentators on the left and on the right that if you want to know what U.S. foreign policy will be next year, you should read Foreign Affairs this year.
The CFR's claim that "The Council has no affiliation with the U.S. government" is laughable. The justification for that statement is that funding comes from member dues, subscriptions to its Corporate Program, foundation grants, and so forth. All this really means is that the U.S. government does not exert any control over the CFR via the purse strings. In reality, CFR members are very tightly affiliated with the U.S. government. Since 1940, every U.S. secretary of state (except for Gov. James Byrnes of South Carolina, the sole exception) has been a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and/or its younger brother, the Trilateral Commission. Also since 1940, every secretary of war and every secretary of defense has been a CFR member. During most of its existence, the Central Intelligence Agency has been headed by CFR members, beginning with CFR founding member Allen Dulles. Virtually every key U.S. national security and foreign policy adviser has been a CFR member for the past seventy years. Almost all White House cabinet positions are occupied by CFR members. President Clinton, himself a member of the CFR, the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group, employs almost one hundred CFR members in his administration. Presidents come and go, but the CFR's power--and agenda--always remains. When it was founded in 1921, the CFR was dominated by J.P. Morgan. Morgan is a Rothschild tentacle. This simply reinforces the obvious, that the CFR is a Rothschild instrument operated by the Rockefellers. The CFR is the immediate progeny of Rhodes' Round Table, which was underwritten by the Rothschilds.
David Rockefeller is the chairman emeritus of the CFR. Rockefeller also founded in 1973, and is honorary chairman of, the Trilateral Commission. In 1979, Barry Goldwater published this treatise on the subject ... from http://www.ptialaska.net/~swampy/illuminati/cfr_2.html:
http://www.mega.nu:8080/ampp/cfr.html


Cheney is linked to Shell. (228)


UNOCAL, the spearhead for Standard Oil interests, has been trying to build the north-south pipeline through Afghanistan and Pakistan to the Indian Ocean for several decades. (229)




(220) www.oilcompanies.net/oil1.htm

(221) Eric Waddell, prof. of Geography at Laval Universiy, "The Battle for Oil," 2003, Global Outlook #3, p. 4 - www.globalresearch.ca - see also www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?pagename=article&node=&contentId=A18841-2002Sep14¬Found=true

(222) globalresearch.ca/articles/TAL111A.html

(223) RFE Newsline, Sept. 3, 1999, May 22, 2000

(224) Amarillo Globe-News, June 13, 1998

(225) Florida Sun Sentinel, Dec. 18, 2000, June 3, 2001 - see also www.usmm.org/socalships.html

(226) www.oilcompanies.net/oil1.htm

(227) www.restoringamerica.org/documents/FREE.html - See also "Rule by Secrecy" pp. 32-34

(228) globalresearch.ca/articles/TAL111A.html

(229) www.oilcompanies.net/oil1.htm


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