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The tag 'Standard Oil' is associated with 24 posts.

FTR #576 Voteschwitz—So Near, yet so Farben

Examination of voting machines implicated in fraudulent electoral tabulation track back to the former member companies of I.G. Farben and the Bormann capital network.


The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben

Rise of Germany’s chemical and dyestuff industries, Ruhr and Rhineland mining and steel, slave labor and mass murder in Auschwitz.


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 #544 Return of the Standard-I.G. Agreement of 1929

The Standard Oil of New Jersey (Rockefeller) – I.G. Farben Agreement of 1929 provided Nazi Germany with much of its fuel in World War II.


FTR #534 Peak Oil, Fascism, and Genocide

Fascistic, genocidal underbelly of the Peak Oil doctrine.


FTR #511 Uncle Sam & The Swastika: 25 Years Later

Relationships between German and American firms that were instrumental in the rise of the Third Reich.


FTR #506 The Road to Lugano, Part II

Peak Oil controversy and the cartel agreements behind synthetic fuel.


FTR #451 Petals from the Golden Lily

Recorded March 21, 2004 Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 RealAudio Pursuing the subject of the fabulous amount of wealth stolen by the Japanese during World War II under Golden Lily (the formal name of the Japanese looting program), this broadcast supplements discussion presented in other ‘For The Record’ programs. Having secreted over $100-billion […]


FTR #445 The Bush Family & the Intelligence Community

Kevin Phillips’ book ‘American Dynasty.’


FTR #411 The Bayer Facts: I.G. Farben and the Politics of Murder

History of I.G. Farben and Bayer, Germany’s top chemical and pharmaceutical firms, responsible for Hitler’s war production and drugs that have done great damage to humanity.