Αυτοί ποὺ ὀργάνωσαν τὴν Γενοκτονία τῶν Ἀρμενίων καὶ τῶν Ποντίων, στὶς ἀρχὲς τοῦ 20ου αἰῶνος, εἶναι οἱ ἴδιοιί ποὺ ὀργάνωσαν στὶς ἡμέρες μας τὴν Γενοκτονία στὴν Συρία καὶ στὸ Ἰράκ, μέσῳ τῆς ISIS….
Καὶ ὄχι, δὲν ἦσαν οἱ Νεότουρκοι τοῦ Μουσταφᾶ Κεμὰλ οἱ διοργανωτὲς τῶν δύο πρώτων Γενοκτονιῶν.
Ἦσαν τὰ ἐκτελεστικὰ ὄργανα….
Ὅπως καὶ σήμερα δὲν εἶναι ἡ ISIS οἱ διοργανωτές.
Εἶναι τὰ ἐκτελεστικὰ ὄργανα…
Κάποιοι παίρνουν τὰ πετρέλαια καὶ κάποιοι τὸ πλιάτσικο τῶν λαῶν ποὺ ἔχουν τὴν ἀτυχία, κάθε ἐποχή, νὰ βρίσκονται στὸ «λάθος» σημεῖο τὴν «λάθος» ἐποχή…
Παρακάτω περισσότεροι χάρτες καὶ ἱστορικὰ στοιχεῖα, ἀλλὰ καὶ ἄρθρα ἀπὸ τὸ σήμερα γιὰ τὸ θέμα αὐτό.
AZERBAIJANI OIL AND THE ROTHSCHILD BROTHERS
On 16 May 1883 a new firm, The Caspian-Black Sea Oil Industry and Trade Society (hereafter the Caspian-Black Sea Society) was established; it belonged wholly to the French banking house Rothschild Brothers. Besides an equity stake they also received 19 desyatins (desyatin = 1.092 hectares) of oil-rich lands in the Baku villages of Balakhani, Sabunchu and Ramani, as well as a kerosene plant in Baku. The company was up and running immediately, buying up kerosene from 135 small and medium-size enterprises on mutually agreed conditions to send to the heart of Russia and foreign countries. The Rothschilds concluded contracts on sales of kerosene with commission on privileged terms for the seller; as a result the company raised the export of oil products from Baku from 2.4 million poods in 1884 to 30 million poods in 1889.
A very recent development (14 Nov 2011) is the announcement that Vallares PLC, established by Nathaniel Rothschild and headed up by ex BP CEO Tony Hayward will merge with Genel Enerji AS and plan to build a new 400,000 bpd pipeline across Turkey to the Mediterranean. Both Genel and Vallares hold acreage in Kurdistan
Market round-up: Genel’s Kurdistan oil find is welcome news for Rothschild
There is finally some good news for Nat Rothschild.
After a catalogue of problems at coal-miner Bumi, today shares in his Genel Energy spurted up more than 6% on news of its oil find in Kurdistan.
Genel, run by former BP boss Tony Hayward, is the largest producer in the oil-rich Kurdish region of Iraq. But getting the oil and exporting it is far from straight forward. The company has been in dispute with the Iraqi government over exporting oil from the semi-autonomous region.
Today the problems were put to one side when Genel announced a “significant” oil find at the first of five wells in the Chia Surkh region.
Israel to Get First Batch of Oil from Disputed Kurdish Pipeline
Delivery signals growing trade between Israel, Kurdistan; comes despite US opposition to Kurdish oil exports.