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The tag 'OPEC' is associated with 19 posts.

FTR #560 Economics 9/11

The Muslim Brotherhood’s free market ideology is at one with that of the trans-national corporations and allied political interests. Those economic principles failed miserably in Iraq, having been instituted in that unfortunate country by Grover Norquist. Osama bin Laden’s actions dovetail significantly with the goals of the GOP, Bush administration and Muslim-Brotherhood allied economic and national elements.


FTR #552 Update on “The Formula” and the Standard-I.G. Agreement of 1929

Hydrogenation process, core of the Standard/I.G. Agreement of 1929 emerging again as a commercially viable process for the manufacture of motor fuel.


FTR #506 The Road to Lugano, Part II

Peak Oil controversy and the cartel agreements behind synthetic fuel.


FTR #461 Update on 9/11 and Related Matters

Carlyle Group discussion of the Saudi Binladen Group’s continued funding of Al Qaeda.


FTR #424 The Past Is Prologue 2: A Memorial to September 11th

9/11, the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan, and the “enabling factor” of the oil industry.


FTR #385 Formula for Disaster

Recorded October 27, 2002 Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 RealAudio This program is interrogatory in nature—the material is emphatically designated as speculative. This is, if you will, a conspiracy theory! It is what Mr. Emory calls “Food for Thought, Grounds for Further Research.” Nonetheless, this is a line of inquiry that he has […]


FTR #383 Interview with Kevin Coogan

Historical and contemporary fascism that are not generally known.


FTR #256 Campaign 2000

Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 Recorded on 10/26 and 10/29/2000. 1. Beginning with discussion of the theft of Bush debate-preparation documents and the mailing of those papers to the Gore campaign, this broadcast analyzes some aspects of the 2000 campaign that have not received as much coverage as others. (“Bush Documents Appear in […]


FTR #236 Trouble on Oiled Waters, Part 4: Climbing the Bush Family Tree

The roles of George W. ans George H. W. Bush in petroleum industry politics.