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GUEST,Dreaded Guest Baghdad - the Sacrifice to Moloch? (19) RE: Baghdad - the Sacrifice to Moloch? 13 Apr 03


The UN got the oil.

Bush and Blair valuated Iraq's 5-7 trillion dollars worth of oil at 1.2 to 1.4 million. And now, all proceeds from oil sales will go into a 'trust fund' to be used for 'humanitarian' purposes for the people of Iraq. Those services will be provided by the U.N. and the money will be handled by the World Bank. The World Bank will loan Iraq it's own oil money at 40% interest. Cheney and the Bushes and British Petroleum will physically possess the well-heads and collect a percentage on all deals.

The war was about securing oil for the U.N. And about destroying a rogue culture which refused to do business properly with the World Bank. The U.N. gets the oil. Blair already announced it. And in the process, he stole 3/4 of the oil by undervaluing it.

This is organized crime at its most ruthless. Iraq had their culture destroyed (to be replaced by propagandizing TV), and their only asset of financial importance is now going to fuel the U.N. war machine.

The US versus the UN is a phony paradigm. Like Republicans and Democrats in the US. There is no difference in the goal of total domination. The Anglo-American power axis set up the UN to serve as a counterbalance in situations like this. There must always be tension in order to create distraction. The interests of the UN and the Anglo-American axis are the same. That's why the UN will get the oil to fuel America's military.

Just quit believing in the us vs them mentality. The elite control ALL ruling mechanisms and make them APPEAR to be at odds. Look at the outcome in Iraq...the US 'wins' and the UN gets to move in and re-build. Both 'sides' win.


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