Petroleum Intelligence Weekly

Posted by on January 31, 2018 in General |

JOSE BRECHNER between forms of action of terrorism is the diplomacy-with-money that deploy their emissaries. The idea to use international relations as a weapon, when Arafat realized that no could defeat Israel militarily and opted to buy consciences and votes of the corrupt people of the world. It is cheaper to buy people than weapons, and there are more influential people in sales and at more affordable prices in third world countries, that is why Muslims are penetrating with relative ease in Latin America. Terrorist diplomacy has many adherents among the European left, which in accordance with their crooked concepts help and protect those who want to annihilate them. France was traditionally the great favored relations with the Arabs. Your best customer was Saddam Hussein.

The French controlled 22.5% of Iraqi imports. With the controversial food-for-oil program became the third largest beneficiary and the largest European partner of Iraq. Approximately 60 French companies operated in that country. The oil company Total Fina, controlled 25 percent of the reserves of crude oil. From 1981 to 2001, according to the International Institute for the research of the peace of Stockholm, France has been responsible for more than 13% of imports from Iraq. We must not forget, that he built regardless of the rest of the planet, the nuclear reactor destroyed by Israel in 1982, we have followed on foot part of Asia minor and Europe because it had disappeared. Disturbing is the close relationship of President Pervez Musharraf – apparently moderate – with the Saudi royal family. The religious texture of Pakistan is formed by 77 percent of Sunnis indoctrinated under the intolerant Wahhabi philosophy exported by the Saudis through textbooks, jeopardizing the world Buddhist and Hindu. India and Pakistan both with nuclear power, remain tense relations due precisely to the pakistani Islamic terrorism. In July 2000, Petroleum Intelligence Weekly report reported that Saudi Arabia would send 150,000 barrels per day of virtually free of cost to Pakistan petroleum.

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