Tuesday, April 9, 2013

MOMCOM: The Private Parts - 5

Everyone Loves Death Juice
A while before Dredd Blog began this series another series covered some subject matter that should also be grafted into this series.

That other series is The Chamber of Corruption, ending here so far.

Today we will look at how the private parts of MOMCOM naturally include the chamber of corruption.

In this current series we have noted that the private parts of MOMCOM include about 47 international corporations of various sorts.

These include a front of international banking institutions which own all or parts of each other (MOMCOM: The Private Parts - 3).

Also included are international corporations which form the MOMCOM parts that founded the chamber of corruption in a foreign nation, including various oil companies that are fused with oil-field industrial parts makers, and Pentagon contractors, such as:
First notice some of the founding members of that foreign nation's copy cat chamber:
Bechtel, The Boeing Company, BP, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, Fluor Corporation, General Dynamics, General Electric, Goldman Sachs, Halliburton, KBR, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon ...
(U.S.-U.A.E. Business Council, Founding Members). Their stated aim and purpose is:
The U.S.-U.A.E. Business Council provides its diverse membership unparalleled access to senior decision makers in business and government in the U.A.E. and in the U.S.
(U.S.-U.A.E. Business Council, About, emphasis added).
(The Chamber of Corruption - 3). At that time, 2007, when the chamber of corruption was formed, the statement "senior decision makers in ... government in ... the U.S." clearly refers to Cheney I and Bush II.

What is also strange is that this foreign copy cat of "The U.S. Chamber of Commerce" was formed by Arab royals:

I Wanna Hold Your Hand Sahib

Launched in May 2007, the U.S.-U.A.E. Business Council was inaugurated by His Highness, Crown Prince, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and His Highness, Foreign Minister, Sheikh Abudullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan ...

(ibid). The problem I see, among other things, is that this relationship is problematic because it enlarges and increases factors which caused the institutionalization of scatter brained ideas in the wake of 911:
The U.S. government allows its citizens to be killed en masse by foreigners, without repercussions so long as the country doing it has more oil than any other terrorist country involved?
(Fighting Terrorism For 200 Years - 2). That post deals with main stream media reports on video that point out the scenario whereby Saudi Arabia financed 15 of the 19 911 hijackers, but we did not call them on it because they are rich oil nations.

Recalling the recent Petraeus scandal, where a general who became CIA director allowed civilian ladies he was having affairs with to use his secret-laden computers, and seeing as how we notice MOMCOM's little coms covering every inch of the planet (The Virgin MOMCOM - 8), these kinky cozy affairs are clearly very dangerous.

One reason they are dangerous is because the private empire pulling the strings that run the MOMCOM casino like to brag "I am not an American company" (MOMCOM: The Private Parts - 4).

The previous post in this series is here.

Got Bette Davis MOMCOM eyes?

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