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Monday, November 29

Global ResearchUkraine, Oil and the NWO

Global Research

Chossudovsky - he knows his stuff. But geez, is the alternative any better?

Well, as always, this is about oil

http://www.cbc.ca/cp/world/041129/w112960.html
" While Ukraine is dependent on Russian oil, Russia needs Ukraine's pipelines to transport its oil to other markets. Russian President Vladimir Putin has strongly backed Yanukovych. "


http://www.antiwar.com/justin/?articleid=4072
"Efforts are being redoubled to crank into action the various pipelines which are supposed to transport Caspian oil to Western markets. One of these is the Brody pipeline which runs between the Ukrainian town of that name and the Black Sea port of Odessa (a Russian city but also in Ukraine). The Brody pipeline was initially supposed to take US-controlled Caspian oil to Western markets, but it has instead been pumping Russia oil, something the Americans do not like.

And of course, Yukos and the Rothschild Open Russia Foundation has its greasy hands in there.

"These national strategic interests are, as ever, supported by the private interests of the powerful people lobbying for this new anti-Putin policy. They include people like David Owen and Jacob Rothschild: the former is Yukos' representative in Britain, the latter put up much of Khodorkovsky's original money, and sits (together with Henry Kissinger) on the board of the Open Russia Foundation, a Yukos front. They also include Anders Aslund, one of the signatories of the AEI's Open Letter, who works for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, which is funded by Yukos, Conoco Phillips – the strategic ally of Chevron, on whose board Condoleezza Rice sat for many years – has recently announced a "strategic alliance" with Lukoil, the second largest private oil company in the world, and Conoco Phillips is said to want a controlling stake in the Russian company. Before Khodorkovsky's arrest, indeed, it was said that he wanted to sell Yukos to an American company."



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