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A Short, Highly Insightful History of Big Oil 1860-2000

PostPosted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 5:11 pm
by stickdog99
Everyone who wants to understand why TPTB have us occupying Iraq today needs to read this:<br><br><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href=""></a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><br>A few small excerpts:<br><br><!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>Kuwait and Iraq were usually chosen as the producers to have low production rates: from 1958-­1972, their production increased 5.9% and 5.1% respectively. Discoveries in other nations (such as Oman) were simply not developed at all. This was the fatal flaw in the system: sooner or later, producer nations would realize the extent of the manipulation, and react to it.<br><br>For example, Iraq was manipulated by neglect. The partners in Iraq Petroleum discovered a great number of likely fields in the 1930s, but were slow to drill them. They already had access to enormous fields in Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Kuwait, and Iraqi oil production was simply not needed (except possibly by the Iraqis!). Iraq Petroleum became notorious for this kind of tactic, which it also used in Qatar and Syria. Even today no-one has any clear idea just how large Iraq's oil reserves are, except that they are much greater than its current production implies.<br><br>The Iraqis finally lost patience and in 1961 nationalized all concessions in Iraq that were not then being exploited. Eventually they set up their own national company and nationalized all the oil fields. <br><br>...<br><br>Events were rapidly overtaken by Iraq's invasion of Kuwait and the Gulf War that followed. But even then, the temporary removal of Kuwaiti oil as well as Iraqi oil from world markets made very little difference to either supply or price. In fact, as Kuwaiti production was re-established in 1992 and 1993, the world position of OPEC worsened still further. By summer 1993, OPEC countries were pumping 25 million barrels/day, even with Iraqi exports at a virtual standstill. The price of oil remained very low at around $15-$20/barrel for most of the 1990s. The OPEC nations were reportedly able to agree in principle on reducing production to help prop up the price, but could not agree on who was to slow production, or by how much. Meanwhile gasoline was selling in the United States for a cost that in real money was as low as it had been in decades. No-one in the Middle East wanted to say so aloud, but their worst-case scenario in the 1990s was the day that a cash-hungry Iraq released from UN sanctions would once more allowed to export as much crude oil as it wanted to!<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br><br>But the whole essay is a must read, so please make the time if you can. You won't be disappointed. <p></p><i></i>

Big Oil is a Skull and Bones scam...

PostPosted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:48 pm
by slimmouse
Big Oil is nothing more than an Illuminati scam designed to keep the peeps in perpetual slavery.<br><br> Anyone with half a brain, and access to historical records can understand that this was planned around about the same time as Oil was discovered.<br><br> When exactly did the Rothschilds begin securing land in Israel for their recruits from Khazzaria ?<br><br> How exactly does one secure a "safe haven " for the Jews by the pre-requisite of dispossessing 3/4s of a million arabs via poisoning wells, land theft, napalm etc , in the heart of the Arab world ?<br><br> How exactly does that help "World peace" ? Too fucking funny.<br><br> <br><br> These guys are years ahead of the game , and yet courtesy of people who will continuously deny such shennanigans, whilst at the same time failing to step up to the plate to disprove these kind of basic facts, the scam continues unabated.<br><br> "The people ( even the "intellectuals", who flock to this board in 'times of need' - such as when Antiaristo was around ) have outsheeped the sheep.<br><br> Henry Kissinger : "We need a fourfold hike in energy prices, because the useless eaters are finding too much time on their hands" - rough translation.<br><br> Next news ....Yom Kippur.......I do believe Havanagilla posted recently about how 2 mossad agents "whistleblew" the fact that Israel was fully aware of Egypts plans in the Yom Kippur war.<br><br> Next news........"Energy crisis" ....4 fold increase in energy prices.<br><br> Thank Baal for "Gods people being rehabilitated in Gods promised land" ( The religion scam)<br><br> I wonder what the average Israeli with half a brain makes of this scam.<br><br> Not to mention the rest of us ?<br><br> I can only hope that one of these days, ordinary people - even on here will latch onto the exact scale of the planning and conspiracy involved for all their "intellectual denial"<br><br> Tales from the time loop is a good place to start. <p></p><i></i>

Re: Big Oil is a Skull and Bones scam...

PostPosted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 8:35 pm
by stickdog99
And Big Oil's profits have all been illusions as well?<br><br>Big Oil and Big Oil profits can still be a Big Players, even if there exists some over-arching plan that encompasses them. <p></p><i></i>

Of course not ......

PostPosted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 8:40 pm
by slimmouse
<!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>And Big Oil's profits have all been illusions as well?<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br><br> Of course not.......<br><br><br> There are 3 methods of controlling people.<br><br> MONEY.<br><br> FEAR .... Putting the FEAR of god into you, Al Quaeda , Bird flu etc.<br><br> Knowledge.<br><br> Back to part one ....Money.<br><br> Ask yourself how much of your Labor time goes every single week to paying your fuel bills ? <p></p><i></i>

Big Oil History

PostPosted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 9:10 pm
by Byrne
Stick,<br><br>there is a good article <!--EZCODE LINK START--><a href="" target="top">here</a><!--EZCODE LINK END-->, which discusses the history of oil, from the early players to the later entwinement of oil financiers with South American Dug BigWigs.<br><br>A snippet is below:<br><!--EZCODE HR START--><hr /><!--EZCODE HR END--><br> In June, 1999, Colombia's president Andres Pastrana arranged for Richard Grasso, head of the New York Stock Exchange, to meet with Raúl Reyes, the head of FARC finances, in the cocaine-producing DMZ of Colombia. The two were caught in an infamous embrace that saw very little exposure in the media.<br><br><!--EZCODE IMAGE START--><img src="" style="border:0;"/><!--EZCODE IMAGE END--><br><br> Grasso, however, wasn't the only American big-money representative to cozy up to Colombian drug terrorists. Several months after Grasso's visit, two wealthy members of the American Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) captured world headlines by flying to a FARC redoubt in the Colombian jungles to palaver with the terrorists' founder, 70-year-old Manuel Marulanda. After meeting with the communist drug terrorist, James Kimsey, co-founder and chairman emeritus of America Online Inc., and Joseph Robert, head of J.E. Robert Company, a global real estate empire, flew to Bogota to consult with Colombian president Pastrana. On returning to Washington, the CFR representatives said they were convinced that Marulanda and FARC are sincere in their claims of wanting peace and economic reform.<br><br><!--EZCODE IMAGE START--><img src="" style="border:0;"/><!--EZCODE IMAGE END--> <p></p><i></i>