February 22, 2011 — Dean Henderson
Today, 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 will conduct training exercises with the Syrian military. Since the Egyptian uprising, Western intelligence agencies have been busy backing protests in Libya, Iran and Syria. Meanwhile, authentic people-power protests have commenced in Bahrain, 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.
History repeats itself today as the Illuminati corporate media tentacle attempts to equate the uprisings in Illuminati-controlled Bahrain, Yemen and Algeria with those in Iran, Syria and Libya. The latter three countries have already won their independence from the banksters. It’s why we are taught to hate them. Iran is demonized the most because it nationalized its oil sector following the overthrow of David Rockefeller’s good friend the Shah of Iran in 1979.
The Illuminati response to this seminal event would define Western intelligence strategy in the region for the next 30 years. The Iranian Revolution began in the oil-rich Khuzistan region and was spearheaded by left-wing nationalist oilfield workers belonging to the Tudeh and Feyadeen parties. Executives at Texaco and Exxon were targeted for assassination. Their Iranian Consortium subsidiary had seized Iranian oilfields after the 1953 CIA/Mossad/MI6 overthrow of democratically-elected President Mohamed Mossadegh. The coup was coordinated by British Petroleum.
Once it became clear that the Shah and his brutal SAVAK secret police were about to fall, Western intelligence agencies began to back Ayatollah Khomeini. The banksters knew that the Islamist Khomeini would be easier to work with, and later to discredit, than the nationalists who led the Revolution. Later they provided Khomeini with a hit list of Tudeh and Feyadeen leaders while Israel coordinated arms sales to the Ayatollah for his coming war with Iraq. The Iran/Iraq War was designed to decimate both countries. Western arms flowed to both sides while oil infrastructure was targeted in both nations.
With the Shah gone, the Illuminati’s “Twin Pillars” policy in the Middle East – based on alliances with the Shah and the House of Saud – needed rethinking. President Reagan facilitated the formation of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). The GCC is comprised of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, United Arab Emirates and Qatar. These tiny monarchies line the southwest side of the Persian Gulf – an area that contains 42% of the world’s oil. These former British protectorates were slowly given independence on the condition that single-family monarchs would remain compliant to Illuminati oil interests. In exchange for their loyalty, these families received Western military protection, as much from their own populations as from foreign threats.
A decision was made early on to refine all Saudi crude on the island of Bahrain. Big Oil never trusted the Saudi people, worried that a people’s revolution might result in nationalization of their refineries. Quietly the US Fifth Fleet moved into Bahrain to protect these refineries, as well as the offices of Illuminati-controlled banks such as JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Bank of America, HSBC and Barclays. These banks run their offshore Middle East headquarters’ from Bahrain, where they recycle petrodollars and drug money into high-interest loans to the world’s developing nations.
Following the Iranian template, Western intelligence agencies encouraged Islamic extremism in the GCC nations. While the ruling families gamble and fornicate in Monaco, the people are encouraged to embrace Wahhabism to keep their gaze from the glaring class disparities that exist. It is the same strategy employed by the Illuminati in America via their boot-licking Republican Party and it’s Evangelical American Taliban extremist contingent.
In that same year of 1979, a Yemeni uprising resulted in that country splitting into two, with North Yemen – home to many Saudi oilfield workers – remaining loyal to Illuminati interests and South Yemen declaring itself a Marxist state in defiance of the international banksters. When South Yemen cast the lone “No” vote at the UN Security Council in 1991 regarding the Gulf War, they were targeted for destruction by the Illuminati. The nation became one again and it’s Western allied leaders encouraged Islamic fundamentalism.
Algeria was also in the bankster’s crosshairs for their opposition to the Gulf War. The CIA/Mossad/MI6 unleashed AIG (Armed Islamic Group) Islamic terrorists- many of whom later fought for these agencies in Bosnia- against the leftist Algerian government, which had kept its oil nationalized under the state-owned Sonatrech. The Illuminati toppled that government after a series of AIG massacres. Soon the Hydrocarbon Law was passed, AIG extremists loyal to the Illuminati took power and Algeria’s oil sector was handed over to the Rockefeller/Rothschild petro-monopoly.
The people of Algeria, Yemen and Bahrain are now rising up against these Islamic extremist Illuminati lapdog governments. If they succeed, nationalist governments that threaten the Illuminati oil barons will emerge. In sharp contrast to these popular uprisings – as well as those in Tunisia and Egypt – are the CIA/Mossad/MI6-fomented events in Iran, Syria, Lebanon and Libya. These countries have already fought revolutions to gain their freedom from the banksters.
Now, more than ever, it is important to know your Middle East history. Battle lines are being drawn between Islamist Western puppets and leftist nationalist movements that attempt to free their people from the Rockefeller/Rothschild oil axis. There may well be a bigger showdown between Iran and Israel. The outcome will decide whether the world remains wrapped in the oil-addiction stranglehold of Illuminati bondage, or is able to progress beyond colonialism and its monopoly capitalist offspring.
One Response to “Illuminati Showdown in Middle East”
Tim Hanley Says: April 8, 2011 at 8:49 pm
Outstanding article! (I read another article of yours on globalresearch. ca).
I lived in the Middle East for 13 years (teaching English as a foreign language). Laser-sharp insights! I’ve passed on your article to others. Thank you! Tim Hanley
About the author:
Dean Henderson was born in Faulkton, South Dakota. He earned an M.S. in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana, where he edited The Missoula Paper and was a columnist for the Montana Kaimin. His articles have appeared in Multinational Monitor, In These Times, Paranoia and several other magazines.
A life long political activist and traveler to fifty countries, Henderson co-founded of the University of Montana Green Party and the Ozark Heritage Region Peace and Justice Network. He is former Vice-President of the Central Ozarks Farmer’s Union and former President of the Howell County Democrats.
In 2004 he won the Democratic nomination for Congress in Missouri’s 8th District.
Dean’s Books Available in print and e-book formats:
Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf…
The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries
Dean Henderson is the author of Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network and The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries.
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