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Turkey’s alarming invasion of northern Iraq represents a last-ditch desperate attempt by the City of London Illuminati banksters to wrest control of oil-rich Kurdistan from Baghdad’s lately-nationalist-minded government.
It’s no secret that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is collaborating with his coalition partner Gray Wolves fascists in their ISIS oil smuggling and, no doubt, their Afghan heroin trafficking as well. It is also no secret that Erdogan has been a willing tool of the global oligarchy via his increasingly belligerent military posturing.
(Excerpted from Chapter 10: Iran/Iraq War: Mutual Assured Destruction: Big Oil & Their Bankers . . .)
During the Iran/Iraq War it was the Israelis who worked hand-in-hand with the U.S. to destroy both nations. While supplying CIA employee Mustafa Barzani’s Kurds in their attacks on Iraq, the Israelis duplicitously provided missile targeting to Saddam Hussein for his attacks on Iranian cities via U.S. spy satellites. Barzani died in 1979, but his equally corrupt and easily-bought son Masoud Barzani has been president of Iraqi Kurdistan since 2005.
In 1988 Mossad launched Operation Brush Fire, a psychological warfare campaign designed to draw the U.S. military further into the Middle East conflagration. Their ultimate goal was to have the U.S. destroy Iraq’s powerful military, while leaving their “perfect villain” Saddam in power.
The campaign was launched when Israeli commandos bombed an Iraqi weapons plant at Al-Iskandariah in at attempt to make “Iraqi weapons of mass destruction” a global household phrase. Mossad set up a London Observer freelance journalist named Farzad Bazroft to take the story international. Bazroft had been investigating the death of Shah-loyalist turned Mossad arms dealer Cyrus Hashemi and had gotten too close to the truth, which was that Mossad had eliminated Hashemi. Knowing Bazroft would be seen as a foreign spy by Baghdad after the Mossad terrorism at the weapons plant, they sent him into Iraq. Saddam took the bait and Bazroft was hung as a spy creating an even bigger international incident. To speed things along, Mossad leaked secret documents on Iraqi weapons programs to ABC News.
U.S. and Israeli arms merchants made a killing during the war. The U.S. refused to supply spare parts to either side, so when a weapons system broke Iran or Iraq would be expected to buy a whole new system. This policy bolstered the bottom lines of U.S. defense contractors and assured that battlefield weapons malfunctions could not be fixed on the spot, thus negating the momentum which the side on the offensive had attained. This helped keep the war in a constant state of stalemate.
Israeli Defense Minister Ariel Sharon used the conflict as an opportunity to bomb Baghdad’s nuclear facilities in 1981. In 1982 Sharon declared that Israel was siding with Iran, but his exact words were more revealing. Sharon declared at a conference in Paris that, “Israel has a vital interest in the continuing war in the Persian Gulf and in Iran’s victory.” In 1986 retired Mossad Chief General Aharon Yariv declared the U.S. and Israeli position more succinctly when he stated bluntly, “It would be good if the Iran/Iraq War ended in a tie, but it would be better if it continued.”
Fast forward to 2015 and it seems the Mossad got its way. The Turks will try to lop off Kurdistan and its massive Kirkuk oilfield for Exxon Mobil. ISIS will handle the arms, drugs and oil traffic. Raytheon, Lockheed Martin and BAE will mop up on GCC, Turk & Israeli military contracts. And the Four Horsemen of oil will sell oil to all sides.
You see, for the City of London inbreds, permanent war is quite a successful business model.
To view Dean Henderson’s recent Press TV interview on Plunging Oil Prices, click HERE.
Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries, Das Kartell der Federal Reserve, Stickin’ it to the Matrix and The Federal Reserve Cartel.. You can subscribe free to Henderson’s weekly Left Hook column at www.hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com.