Illuminati Showdown in Middle East

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By Dean HENDERSON, LEFT HOOK

This week’s US Congressional vote on Syrian missile strikes will prove a watershed event in the battle to wrest global control from the Illuminati banksters.

Russian warships continue to stream into the Eastern Mediteranean. Infowars.com reports that Chinese warships are doing the same. Hezbollah fighters cross the Syrian border with Lebanon en masse. Iran says it will target US embassies in the region if we attack Syria.

Last year, for the first time since the 1979 Iranian Revolution, two Iranian warships entered the Suez Canal bound for the Mediterranean. The frigate and supply ship conducted training exercises with the Syrian military.

Something’s got to give.

Since the 2011 Egyptian uprising, Western intelligence agencies have been busy backing al Qaeda thugs in Libya, Iran and Syria. They succeeded in Libya, where Qaddafi was brutally murdered and CIA Islamists put in charge.

Meanwhile, authentic people-power protests have commenced in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Yemen and Algeria. Battle lines are being drawn in the region. The outcome may well define global geopolitics for the next century.

Ever since the Rockefeller/Rothschild petro-monopoly discovered oil in the region, there has been a resource war between regional nationalist leaders like Boumediene, Nasser and Mossadegh – who fought to retain oil profits for their people – and the Illuminati banking cartel, which has used oil to grease the wheels of its ever-expanding global capitalist enterprise.

Israel has served as Zionist enforcer in the region, using divide and conquer strategies to overcome popular Arab anti-colonial movements. AIPAC lobbyists will be descending on Congress this week in an attempt to draw the US into the Syrian quagmire.

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Les 30 000 indigènes et paysans qui ont réalisé l’impossible

 

Équateur : CHEVRON-TEXACO doit payer le plus grand dédommagement de l’Histoire.

Lors d’un procès, inédit dans le monde entier, en janvier 2012, la justice Équatorienne a confirmé la condamnation émise un an plus tôt : l’industrie pétrolièreChevron-Texaco est coupable d’avoir déversé des millions de tonnes de produits toxiques pour la forêt amazonienne et doit payer une facture de 19 200 000 000 de dollars, chiffre le plus élevé dans l’histoire des indemnisations prescrites par la justice.

Les avocats des 30 000 Indigènes et Paysans qui composent l’Assemblée des Victimes deTexaco, n’ont pas tardé à entreprendre des démarches pour recouvrer cette somme. Pas en Équateur, d’où l’entreprise américaine a retiré ses fonds il y a un moment, mais au Canada, au Brésil, en Colombie et en Argentine.

C’est dans ce dernier pays que les démarches ont donné leurs premiers résultats. Le 7 novembre la justice argentine a décrété la saisie de tous les fonds de l’entreprise. Une nouvelle que n’ont pas spécialement apprécié les investisseurs : la neuvième industrie pétrolière dans le monde a commencé le mois de décembre avec de fortes chutes en Bourse. Le premier pas pour réparer un des plus grands épandages toxiques de l’Histoire est maintenant franchi.

Le premier baril de pétrole

Le 27 juin 1972, le premier barril de prétrole de l’Amazonie Equatorienne est arrivé à Quito, et a été reçu avec tous les honneurs dus à un Chef d’État. Il était exposé sur un coussin en haut d’un char et le cortège avançait au milieu de la foule jusqu’à ce qui représentait le Temple du Collège Militaire. Au bord des rues se bousculaient les habitants de Quito qui souhaitaient la bienvenue à une nouvelle « ère de prospérité », selon la voix nasillarde de la presse nationale. Continue reading

Afghan History Suppressed: Part III: The Central Asian Grand Chessboard

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(Part three of a three-part series excerpted from Chapter 8: Project Frankenstein: Afhanistan: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

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By Dean HENDERSON, LEFT HOOK

In 1997 ‘Trilateral Commission founder’ Zbigniew Brzezinski, the godfather of the Afghan mujahadeen, wrote a book titled, The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and its Geopolitical Imperatives. In the book Brzezinski – who sat on the board at BP Amoco – argues that the key to global power is control of Eurasia and that the “key to controlling Eurasia is controlling the Central Asian Republics”.

Brzezinski’s plan called for ruling Central Asia via control of Uzbekistan – which borders Afghanistan to the north. In 1997 Enron attempted to negotiate a $2 billion deal with the Uzbek state-owned Neftegas with help from the Clinton White House. [1] When that effort and other privatization attempts were rebuffed in 1998, CIA-backed Islamist attacks on Uzbekistan’s government were ratcheted up.

In 1999 a series of explosions rocked the Uzbek capital of Tashkent. Islamic al-Qaeda-trained militants were to blame. The rebels – who called themselves the Islamic Party of Turkistan – attempted to assassinate socialist President Islam Karimov. They attacked the fertile Fergana Valley in an attempt to disrupt harvests and the Uzbek food supply. Karimov was also attacked by the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan and Hizb-ut-Tahrir.

After the “carpet of bombs” began raining down on neighboring Afghanistan in October 2001, Uzbekistan- along with neighbors Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan– were coerced into accepting new US military bases. In 2005 Kyrgyzstan’s nationalist President Askar Akayev was deposed by Islamists in the Tulip Revolution. Within days Donald Rumsfeld was meeting with the new leaders. [2] Karimov had seen enough and ordered US troops out of Uzbekistan.

The timing of both Brzezinski’s book and the Bush Jr. Administration “carpet of bombs” threat to the Taliban are instructive since both occurred prior to the 911 attacks, which provided the perfect pretext for the massive Central Asian intervention that Brzezinski, Bush and their City of London bosses were advocating.

Dr. Johannes Koeppl – former German Defense Ministry official and adviser to NATO Secretary General Manfred Werner – explained of this rash of “coincidences” in November 2001, “The interests behind the Bush Administration, such as the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberger Group, have prepared for and are now implementing open world dictatorship (which will be established) within the next five years. They are not fighting against terrorists. They are fighting against citizens.”

Drugistan

Central Asia produces 75% of the world’s opium. According to the UN, the surge in opium production in the region coincided with the disintegration of the Soviet Union, which was “encouraged” by the Reagan Administration and the CIA. It also coincided with the Four Horsemen’s (Exxon Mobil, Chevron Texaco, BP Amoco & Royal Dutch/Shell) Caspian Sea oil boom.

While the US issued humiliating certifications to judge countries on their ability to stop drug traffic, Big Oil produced 90% of the chemicals needed to process cocaine and heroin, which CIA surrogates process and distribute. CIA chemists were the first to produce heroin.

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