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For what are fighting the gangs of rats? For the “revolution”? For “social justice”? No, to decide who manages, on behalf of Americans, the Libyan oil

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* For what are fighting the gangs of rats? For the “revolution”? For “social justice”? No, to decide who manages, on behalf of Americans, the Libyan oil In recent days we have witnessed clashes between gangs of NATO mercenaries, traitors … Continue reading

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After Iraq and Libya, West is now usurping Nigerian resources

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The Role of Shell and the Oligarchy in the Current Situation in Nigeria A prominent political analyst says Nigeria is undergoing severe economic problems due to Western corporations’ usurping the country’s resources. Press TV has conducted an interview with Lawrence … Continue reading

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Collection of 7 Video/Reports and Analysis on the Zion/Yankee project of aggression against Libya, Syria, Middle East and Iran: final target Russia

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A Collection of Video/Reports and Analysis on the Zion/Yankee project of aggression against libya, Syria, Middle East and Iran: final target Russia * Collection from Russia Today up to December 29, 2011 * Start a war to avoid a war? … Continue reading

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Le operazioni militari in Somalia

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Za-Afriku  – Transalation by Alessandro Lattanzio Da un mese e mezzo vi è una vera e propria operazione militare “del Consorzio Petrolifero Internazionale” nei confronti della Somalia. I primi passi attivi iniziarono il 17 ottobre, quando il Kenya ha attraversato … Continue reading

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For those who are deluded: “Partnership with Russia should bring cash to Libya”

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Russia’s Gazprom Neft company, in a joint venture with Italian Eni, has resumed operations in Libya, Russia`s special presidential envoy to Africa Mikhail Margelov said Monday. He believes there are no political reasons for revising contracts between Tripoli and Moscow. Gazprom Neft … Continue reading

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Per idealisti & illusi: “Le società petrolifere russe riprendono la loro attività in Libia”

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La Società “Gazprom neft”  ha ripreso la sua attività in Libia insieme all’ENI.  Lo ha dichiarato mercoledì  Mikhail Marghelov, rappresentante speciale  del Presidente russo per l’Africa. Egli è convinto che Tripoli non ha motivi politici per rivedere i contratti stipulati … Continue reading

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New Libyan “PM” is Big-Oil Goon – Il nuovo Primo Ministro libico (non-eletto) è un pupazzo delle grandi compagnie petrolifere

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Meanwhile, rebels turn guns on each other turning Tripoli into a war zone, again. November 2, 2011 – Associated Press recently reported that Libya’s rebel militants have named a new “prime minister” this week. AP depicts the latest unelected Western … Continue reading

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Foreign companies to fight for Libyan oil

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Azerbaijan – Baku – Oct. 24, 2011 – Trend  – by A.Tagiyeva Foreign companies will begin fighting for the Libyan oil and gas fields, particularly they will be the companies of countries that were active in the struggle to overthrow … Continue reading

London-based oil-mercenary company marches into Libya

Oil and private military/mercenary company Heritage has muscled its way into Libya. The London-based oil company is the first new foreign oil company to buy its way into Libya, after acquiring a controlling 51% stake in Sahara Oil Services – which apparently brings the right to bid for and operate oil and gas licenses in the country.

Heritage has a controversial path of moving into conflict zones and countries ridden by civil war. CEO Tony Buckingham – himself a former mercenarydescribes this as “a first mover strategy of entering regions with vast hydrocarbon wealth where we have a strategic advantage.” In other words, by entering resource-rich regions while guns are still blazing, Heritage can secure excessively profitable deals.

The company is repeating this strategy in country after country. Its drilling on Lake Albert between Uganda and Congo (DRC) exacerbated conflict between the neighbouring countries, including a Ugandan military raid that killed Congolese civilians on a passenger ferry. PLATFORM reports calculated that Heritage’s contracts in both Uganda and Congo were unfairly biased and transferred billions of dollars of state revenue to private companies. Heritage is now trying to dodge $400 million in capital gains tax by taking Uganda to arbitration. A similar process in Iraq saw Heritage signing deals in Iraqi Kurdistan while the central government was declaring them illegal.

Heritage’s early deal in Libya seems to have followed the same pattern. The company dispatched ex-SAS officer John Holmes to Benghazi soon after the war began, to build relationships with the NTC opposition. Senior rebel – now government – officials reported that Holmes had made proposals that Heritage use its mercenary experience to prvide “oil field security” in Libya. The company also lobbied Britain’s Foreign Minister William Hague – after a meeting in the elite Carlton Club  – for support in gaining a mercenary contract.

While these proposals were rejected, Heritage’s purchase of Sahara Oil Services gives it a foothold in the country. Controversies continue, with the two most senior oil officials in the Libya’s new government claiming they were not informed over the company’s acquisition, and Libya’s former oil head Shokri Ghanem arguing that the transfer of licenses to a new foreign player would require approval from the ministry of economy.

But Heritage clearly hopes that its combination of mercenary skills and backroom diplomacy will allow it to make another contract coup. Phil Corbett of the Royal Bank of Scotland commented that “we are inclined to see Heritage’s move positively.”

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Gold-for-oil, the real reason for the Libyan war

Libya and Iraq turning into “black holes”

Libia e Iraq trasformati in “buchi neri”

Oro per Petrolio, la vera ragione della Guerra in Libia

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‘West too eager for Libyan oil’

Michel Chossudovsky: The Libyan Oil Company handed over to Total, which is the French Oil company While Libyan revolutionaries have not yet won the war in the oil-rich country, Western powers are already discussing the post-Gaddafi period on such issues … Continue reading

War for Oil…

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La quadruplice sta facendo pagare all’Italia l’alleanza con Putin e Gheddafi

Con la Clinton in testa, il Club non tollera autonomia e soluzioni energetiche nazionali

 

Capolinea? ItaliaOggi del 7 ottobre 2009 scrisse che Silvio Berlusconi traballava a causa dei legami con Gheddafi e Putin, dopo la vittoria di Hussein Barak Obama e Hillary Clinton. Tre mesi prima ItaliaOggi accostò le fucilate mediatiche sulle ospiti di villa Certosa ai «terroristi che un tempo annunciavano a rivoltellate le elezioni imminenti». Seguì un copione sperimentato dal 1945, quando il «quartetto» dei vincitori (Gran Bretagna, Francia, Usa e Urss), irradiatosi nei nostri interessi, li predò più o meno di comune accordo, manipolandoci la democrazia, corrompendola e non solo. Crollata l’Urss, subentrò la Germania e il nuovo Quartetto eliminò alleati esigenti a vantaggio di ex nemici ricattabili.

Berlusconi entrò in politica nel 1994 per salvare la sua proprietà? I valvassori del Quartetto rapinavano da sempre le ricchezze italiane; dopo il 1989 Mediaset fu tra le appetibili. I valvassori ebbero sempre man salva purché assicurassero la ciclica spremitura degli italici servi della gleba, come desiderano mercati, Bce, Imf e agenzie di rating. L’Italia è come le mucche dei Masai. I valvassori le incidono ogni tanto le vene del collo, badando di non ucciderla; raccolgono il sangue nella zucca e lo porgono al Quartetto che lascia qualcosa sul fondo da leccare. Negli anni ’50 gli Usa bevevano per primi; oggi Berlino ha il primato, segue Parigi, ultima la Clinton che freme dopo gli abili inglesi. Il deficit statale fu pure sperperi e corruzione, però conseguenti a politiche agricole, industriali ed energetiche genuflesse al Quartetto vampiro.

Il sistema (difeso con bombe, terrore rossonero, mafia e agenzie di rating) perseguita e uccide chiunque tenti di scalfirlo o svelarlo, come Enrico Mattei, Aldo Moro, Giovanni Leone, Luigi Calabresi, Mino Pecorelli, Walter Tobagi, Bettino Craxi. Piemme comunisti? Una balla rancida: o effimeri autocrati a caccia di visibilità oppure organici ai quattro del Quartetto. Vi sono pure, grazie a Dio, tanti liberi, onesti e coraggiosi; va detto e ricordato con un grazie.

Berlusconi parvenu (come sibilarono Gianni Agnelli e Indro Montanelli, valvassori fra i più zelanti) s’adattò alle regole dei Quattro che spaccano il paese in due partiti, l’uno contro l’altro, i capponi manzoniani: comunisti contro anticomunisti, poi nord contro sud, guelfi contro ghibellini, obbligandoci a un moto parossistico e immobile, come un calabrone, di fronte al fiore inarrivabile delle riforme. «Faremo, cambieremo, riformeremo» ronzava il calabrone Silvio, mentre agguantava il futuro legando Vladimir Putin a George Bush Sr, nonostante costui sia assiduo col suo peggiore nemico in Svizzera. Sembrava fatta. Tornata tuttavia al potere la sitibonda Clinton, ogni equilibrio s’infranse nella guerra di rapina alla Libia. Berlusconi maramaldo che pugnala Gheddafi, anticipa quello col «cuore grondante sangue» che tradisce gli elettori. La Germania sta alla finestra, come gli Usa nella guerra dello Yom Kippur del 1973; lascia che altri combattano, agevolando i suoi disegni, in Libia come a Roma, dove osserva Giulio Tremonti accostarsi a palazzo Chigi col primo di tre indispensabili passi: uccidere Berlusconi, politicamente s’intende. Deve, può o vuole? È presto per dirlo. Anche il secondo passo, cavar sangue come i valvassori, potrebbe essere obbligato da politiche spietate. Arriverà il terzo e decisivo passo di Tremonti, se vorrà omologarsi? Porgerà la zucca, come Giuliano Amato e Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, prima di lui? A chi la porgerà prima? Che cosa conterrà? Eni, Finmeccanica? Washington condivide le priorità di Giulio con le altre tre? I guai di Marco Milanese crescono mentre si colma la zucca? Oltre le congetture, sono seri i guai del Cavaliere se smarrisce la realtà come Bettino Craxi, quando aprì le porte del Quirinale a Oscar Luigi Scalfaro e chiuse le proprie. La volpe ansima e i cani la incalzano. A meno che, a marzo, Vladimir Putin_ o forse prima, vedremo, intanto paghiamo.

 di Piero Laporta – da “Italia Oggi” del 17/8/2011

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NATO Rebels in Libya are already selling oil to their U.S. Friends

Posted by Waterput on Thursday, June 9, 2011

Through the facebook site of Cynthia McKinney we could read about secret American bombings on Yemen and about the selling of oil by the NATO Rebels to the United States. A US Company called Tesoro has according to CNN entered into a deal to refine 1,2 million barrels of oil from the East of Libya.

The U.S. has said that they will support the selling of oil by the Rebels as a means to support what they refer to as the Libyan people, as if the Rebels of the Transitional National Council are truly representives of the Libyan people. With the money earned with these kinds of deals the Rebels are able to buy weapons, since the weapons embargo against Libya is probably hardly checked when it comes to NATO’s rebel friends.

It is funny that there are strict sanctions against Libya, but apparently these sanctions allow for the Rebels to ship their oil to the U.S.

source: Libyan Rebel Group sells first oil to United States

Also see: UN using NATO as private security forces in Libya (June 10, 2011)

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Vescovo di Tripoli: “la guerra è per il petrolio libico…”

Vescovo di Tripoli: “la guerra è per il petrolio libico…”

TESTIMONIANZA DI MONS. GIOVANNI INNOCENZO MARTINELLI, VESCOVO DI TRIPOLI, SULLE VERE RAGIONI DELL’AGGRESSIONE A GHEDDAFI