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loisbatt Donating Member (1 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jul-12-06 02:01 AM
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72. A Framework for cia-drugs - N900SA and other 9/11 relateds
Hi Dr. DeBug,

I have read through most of the messages posted in response to your coverage of the 5.5 ton cocain bust in Ciudad del Carmen eve of April 10. I want you to know that I am the person who used to provide research to Ruppert as "Goddess of Research," I am the one who asked Daniel Hopsicker to go to Venice, and investigate the flight schools; I am the one who provided information on DuBain and other matters for Sander Hicks. I worked for DuBain in the 1970s.

I want to offer you a framework -- while a lot of this "started a long time ago," an excellent year to select for institutionalized dealings is 1973. This is when the Saudis had us over the barrel, with huge debt and high oil prices, and Team B was formed under the Nixon administration (includes Kissinger, Brzezenski, Carlucci, and the usual suspects) followed by creation of JECOR (Joint Economic Commission) about which both John Perkins ("Confessions of an Economic Hitman") and Gerald Posner ("Secrets of the Kingdom") comment. JECOR. This Commission oversaw the distribution of interest from the billions upon billions in U.S. Treasury notes purchased by the Saudis. Since the Saudis could not accept interest (Faisal was king at the time), the money was kept in the U.S. and given without bids to various corporations for the development of infrastructure in Saudi Arabia. The biggest contractors, who received awards without bids, were Bechtel, Brown & Root, Kellogg, Haliburton (under Cheney, Haliburton acquired Brown & Root and Kellogg), Allied Waste Management, Vinnell, Fluor, and even Kaiser Permanente for a health care system. After JECOR, it was George H.W. Bush as DCIA, without the knowledge and consent of President Ford, who in 1976 created "The Safari Club" (former intelligence agents of U.S., France, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Iran, until the Shah was overthrown in 1979 and beheaded Nasser Moghadam, head of SAVAK). This was a scheme to envelope and involve the wealth of the Saudis in action plans of Team B, rogue operations. In 1976, Joe Bonanno decided to go into cocaine "big time" and nurtured along the Cali to rival the Medellin, though operations of the rogue "Company" led by Ted Shackley were underway earlier. But having Joe on board is what it took for the guns/drugs end of our present woes. Organized crime began to include the Saudis in much of what they did. Also, 1973 is when James A. Baker III's family bank, Texas Commerce Bancshares needed to be bailed out, so Khaled Abdullah, a brother-in-law of Fahd, provided the capital.

You have to acquaint yourself with "The Safari Club" and there are two writers who cover this -- most recently, Joe Trento in his "Prelude to Terror" (about the first 115 pages), 2005, and John K. Cooley in "Unholy Wars" (release about 1999). Please contact me for more depth on the subject N900SA
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