Sunday, December 25, 2016


In Watson's book you can also find this:
The script is set for America to turn on its ally in a matter of years because the Saudis have threatened to raise their oil prices and so an extra source of oil is a necessity for America to retain its superpower status. A puppet regime in Iraq would pump three times the amount of oil than current levels, as reported by Newsweek.11 The fall in supply from Venezuela has also hit hard, which is why the CIA have attempted on more than one occasion to overthrow Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez.

In April 2001, a report by the Baker Institute for Public Policy revealed the Bush administration’s desperate urge to remove Saddam Hussein from the scene to protect their oil interests. The report was commissioned by U.S. vice-president Dick Cheney.

Several points to address here:
1. Watson's book was published in 2003, but far from the USA turning on its ally, in 2007 the USA teamed up with Saudi Arabia and Israel to unleash the cutthroat Jihadis we now see in Syria;
2. Watson, and Infowhores, rejoiced at the death of Hugo Chavez in 2013 and also rejoice at the current state of Venezuela, which they blame on Socialism, but if as Watson admits, the CIA were trying to kill Chavez, then the CIA are probably working economically to destroy Venezuela;
3. Trump's pick for Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, is currently CEO of ExxonMobil as well as a trustee of the Kissinger/Brzezinski Center for International and Strategic Studies, but Trump only picked him after Tillerson had been proposed to Trump by James Baker, Condoleeza Rice and Robert Gates, and Cheney also cheered the pick, and Kissinger is not that concerned about Tillerson either. The reason why the oil lobby picked Tillerson for Trump is to unlock the fossil fuel resources in the Russian Arctic. This could placate Putin when Trump stops Iran, as Kissinger demands.

Another little snippet: while Trump has "tremendous respect" for Henry Kissinger, and is advised by him, Watson writes
Henry Kissinger, the notorious war criminal, was actually named as head of the second commission but stepped down after public pressure.

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