How ExxonMobil Uses Divide and Rule to Get Its Way in South America
Opinion

How ExxonMobil Uses Divide and Rule to Get Its Way in South America

Tensions rise between neighboring Guyana and Venezuela over a piece of land that has been disputed since at least 1835. Both Guyana’s President Irfaan Ali and Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro have exchanged sharp words about the status of the Essequibo region, which both countries claim. Since 1990, the two countries have pursued their claims through a United Nations “good…

The Terrible Forthcoming Destruction of the «Caribbean Basin»
Opinion

The Terrible Forthcoming Destruction of the «Caribbean Basin»

In a series of previous articles, we presented the SouthCom plan to provoke wars between the Latin-American nations in order to destroy the structures of all the States in the « Caribbean Basin » [1]. Preparations for wars of this magnitude, intended to follow on from the conflicts in the « Greater Middle East » according…

ExxonMobil, Kochs, Israel Pushing Washington to Partition Iraq and Syria
Opinion

ExxonMobil, Kochs, Israel Pushing Washington to Partition Iraq and Syria

The currently stateless Kurds sit astride the Iraq-Syria border on land blessed/cursed with oil, other resources, and geopolitical significance. Is it any wonder that mega-corporations and their client states are looking to use the Kurds, stoke conflict, and exploit the situation? Years before the U.S. illegally invaded and then occupied Iraq, plans were circulating within…