The Gulf Cooperation Council: Rockefeller/Rothschild Puppet Monarchy

“These emirates are ruled by single family monarchies selected by British colonialists to carry out their plan for dominating Middle East oil and shipping lanes in the late 18th century. The six GCC ruling families are inter-related with one another, just as are the royal families of Europe.”


It shouldn’t have surprised anyone when the six nations which make up the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) called on their Western protectors to enforce a no-fly zone in the skies over Libya in 2010. Or that these same monarchies scurried to arm the same al Qaeda terrorists they were protecting in Libya as they invaded Syria in a failed attempt to overthrow the Assad government.

Why would these Arab nations- Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, UAE, Oman and Qatar- clamor for war against these fellow Arab oil-producers? A brief history of the GCC is in order.

(Excerpted from Chapter 5: Persian Gulf Rent-a-Sheik: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

The Iranian Revolution of 1979 was a watershed event. With the Shah deposed and the Iranian Consortium nationalized, the Four Horsemen- Exxon Mobil, Chevron Texaco, BP Amoco and Royal Dutch/Shell- and their Rockefeller/Rothschild owners sought to create a more comprehensive security system for the safeguarding of Persian Gulf crude oil. The House of Saud was fast becoming a lightning rod for Arab nationalists, who saw the monarchy as a Western surrogate.

The State Department sought to take pressure off the Saudis by finding other regional leaders willing to embrace the same oil for arms quid pro quo that had been in force in the Kingdom since the early 1950’s. That arrangement involves the US arming the House of Saud to protect it from enemies both foreign and domestic. In return the Saudis serve as “swing producer”, ensuring the West a steady and relatively cheap supply of oil. While US spook outfits like SAIC, Booz Hamilton, TRW and Vinnell Corp. trained the Saudi National Guard, Pakistani and Egyptian pilots (Saudi nationals were not to be trusted) were trained to fly US F-15 fighters in protection of the Kingdom. The Saudis in turn became the primary funder of CIA/MI6/Mossad covert operations worldwide, including those aimed at Libya from bases in Exxon Mobil-controlled Chad.

While the Middle East region contains 66.5% of known global crude oil reserves, the shoreline which surrounds the southwest side of the Persian Gulf and which is the property of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), contains 42% of the world’s crude reserves. The Saudis have 261 billion barrels, more than double any other nation and 26% of the world’s known reserves. The Kingdom encompasses no less than 60 major oil and gas fields which produce 10 million barrels per day. The massive Ghawar field is by far the largest on earth. Iraq has the world’s second largest proven reserves at 112 billion barrels The UAE is third with 97.8 b/b. Kuwaiti is fourth with 96.5 billion barrels.

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