Upon learning of the immense natural gas fields being discovered in Turkmenistan,Central Asia, the Illuminati, using everything at their disposal, established a 50-year timetable to exploit the fields. I suggest that they even took the trouble to engineer a politician who would preside over the final years of the project. Here is a timeline of the plan to fuel China for the next hundred years.
1826 to 1929: Barakzai dynasty (Translation of Barakzai: sons of Barak) ruled Afghanistan .
1945: Carlos Alberto Bulgheroni was born in Rufino, Argentina. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_of_Argentina
1946: John J. McCloy, creator of the CIA, becomes a name partner in the Rockefeller-associated prominent New York law firm Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy. In this capacity he acted for the "Seven Sisters", the leading multinational oil companies, including Exxon, in their initial confrontations with the nationalisation movement in Libya—as well as negotiations with Saudi Arabia and OPEC. Because of his stature in the legal world and his long association with the Rockefellers, and as a presidential adviser, he was sometimes referred to as the "Chairman of the American Establishment".
1946 to 1949: McCloy named a trustee of the Rockefeller Foundation
1947-1949: McCloy was president of the World Bank
1951: 5,000 Afghanistan Jews emigrate mostly to Israel and the United States.
1951: Zalmay Khalilzad born.
1953-1958- McCloy was a trustee of the Rockefeller Foundation
1953 to 1960: McCloy chairman of the Chase Manhattan Bank
1954 to 1970, McCloy was chairman of the prestigious Council on Foreign Relations
1957–1960: The Dauletabad gas field structural feature was detected during geological surveys. Rockefeller's drool over discovery and plan for eventual exploitation of gas fields within 50 year timeline.
1958-1965:McCloy chairman of the Ford Foundation
1960: Ann Dunham's pregnancy engineered by Rockefeller clique within Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).
1961: David Rockefeller proposed that the Port Authority build a World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan.
1961: Barack Obama, Jr. born to Ann Dunham. Dunham, employed by the Ford Foundation and the Asian Development Bank
1963: Ajami arrived in the United States in the fall of 1963, just before he turned 18. He did some of his undergraduate work at Eastern Oregon College (now Eastern Oregon University) in La Grande, Oregon. He did his graduate work at the University of Washington, where he wrote his thesis on international relations and world government, and earned a PhD.
November 22, 1963: Kennedy assassinated. McCloy, legal counsel for The Fed's Rockefeller and Warburg families, implicated in assassination and cover-up.
December 6, 1963, McCloy was presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, with Special Distinction, by President Lyndon B. Johnson
1960s: Enormous oil and gas resources discovered in Turkmen– discovery of 62 trillion cubic feet Dawletabad gas field in 1960s became the largest gas field find in the world outside Russia and Middle East.
1968: The Dauletabad arch was confirmed by seismic surveys.
1972–1974: Exploratory wells confirmed existence of natural gas reserves.
1972: Khalilzad meets Cheryl Benard, when they were both students at the American University of Beirut. (Benard has an entry in the Internet Movie Database from her work as a child actor in German movies.) http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0070194/ What was a German Jewish girl, born in New Orleans, doing at the American University in Beirut? Zalmay Khalilzad is long been known as a Zionist poodle. His wife Dr. Cheryl Benard, the Austrian-Jewish woman is senior policy adviser at Ziocons think tank RAND. ZK's role model is Fouad Ajami and this guy has some funny Persian/Afghani accent. He most likely recruited Zalmay & Cheryl for the Mossad. "Wherever you dig in Lebanon you find a spy," political science Professor Hilal Khashan of the American University of Beirut was quoted as saying by The Media Line, a regional news portal.
1973: Ajami joined the politics department of Princeton University where he did not get tenure. He made a name for himself there as a vocal supporter of Palestinian self-determination. He did his graduate work at the University of Washington, where he wrote his thesis on international relations and world government, and earned a PhD.
1973: David Rockefeller asked Zbigniew Brzezinski to put together an organization of the top political, and business leaders from around the World. He called this group the Trilateral Commission (TC).
1979 to 1989: Soviet War in Afghanistan The Illuminati attempted to have their Russians neutralize Afghanistan for the future natural gas pipeline across Afghanistan.
1979 to 1989: Khalilzad worked as an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. During that time, he worked closely with Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Carter Administration's architect of the policy supporting the mujahideen resistance to the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan.
1981: Obama visits mother in Indonesia, and travels to Pakistan and India. Transfers to Columbia University in New York City, where he majored in political science with a specialty in international relations. There he is mentored by Mossad agent Khalizad and Brzezinski.
1982: Production started at the Dauletabad field.
1983: Obama graduates from Columbia. He works for a year at the mysterious Business International Corporation.
1984: Khalilzad accepted a one-year Council on Foreign Relations fellowship to join the State Department, where he was an advisor to the Near East and South Asia Bureau.
1985 to 1989: Khalilzad served in President Ronald Reagan's Administration as a senior State Department official advising on the Soviet war in Afghanistan and the Iran–Iraq War.
1987: Bridas, a Mossad front corporation, begins expanding into the Central Asian energy sector.
1989: Soviet war in Afghanistan ends.
1990-1992: Khalilzad served under President George H. W. Bush in the Defense Department as Deputy Undersecretary for Policy Planning.
1990s:Khalilzard negotiated on behalf of UNOCAL with the Taliban regime and openly recommended its recognition by the United States.
1990s: The roots of TAPI project lie in the involvement of international oil companies in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan beginning of 1990s. As Russia, who controlled all export pipelines of these countries, consistently refusing to allow the use of its pipeline network, these companies needed an independent export route avoiding both Iran and Russia.
1992: Bridas secured its first large-scale contract (gas exploration rights in Turkmenistan).
1993 – 2000: Khalilzad was the Director of the Strategy, Doctrine, and Force Structure at the RAND Corporation. During this time, he helped found RAND's Center for Middle Eastern Studies as well as "Strategic Appraisal," a periodic RAND publication. He also authored several influential monographs, including "The United States and a Rising China. (The wife of Khalilzad is jewish and her surname is Bernard, she works for Rand Corporation.)
While at RAND, Khalilzad also had a brief stint consulting for Cambridge Energy Research Associates, which at the time was conducting a risk analysis for Unocal, now part of Chevron, for a proposed 1,400 km (890 mile), $2-billion, 622 m³/s (22,000 ft³/s) Trans-Afghanistan gas pipeline project which would have extended from Turkmenistan to Afghanistan and further proceeding to Pakistan.
1995: Inaugural memorandum of understanding between the governments of Turkmenistan and Pakistan for a pipeline project was signed. The Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline (TAP or TAPI) is a proposed natural gas pipeline being developed by the Asian Development Bank. The project was promoted by Argentinian company Bridas Corporation. The U.S. company Unocal, in conjunction with the Saudi oil company Delta, promoted alternative project without Bridas' involvement. On 21 October 1995, these two companies signed a separate agreement with Turkmenistan's president Saparmurat Niyazov.
1995 to 1997: Brindas (Mossad) CEO, Carlos Bulgheroni was personally involved in negotiations between Bridas and the governments of Pakistan and Turkmenistan, as well as the ruling Taliban faction in Afghanistan, to build the Trans-Afghanistan Gas Pipeline.
1996-2001: The Taliban, an Islamic extremist group, took control of Afghanistan's government.
1996: the Central Asia Gas Pipeline, Ltd. (CentGas) consortium for construction of a pipeline, led by Unocal, was formed.
1997: The Bulgheroni family sold 60% of Bridas to Amoco in 1997 for US$550 million, and in turn, established a joint venture with British Petroleum, Pan-American Energy.
1997: . On 27 October 1997, CentGas was incorporated in formal signing ceremonies in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, by several international oil companies along with the Government of Turkmenistan.
1997: December, Taleban in Texas for talks on TAPI pipeline, (see article below).
1998: Khalilzad was a signatory of the letter to President Bill Clinton sent on January 26, , which called for him to accept the aim of "removing Saddam Hussein and his regime from power" using "a full complement of diplomatic, political and military efforts."
1998: In January 1998, the Taliban, selecting CentGas over Argentinian competitor Bridas Corporation, signed an agreement that allowed the proposed project to proceed. . In June 1998, Russian Gazprom relinquished its 10% stake in the project.
1998: . On 7 August 1998, American embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam were bombed under the direction of Osama bin Laden, and all pipeline negotiations halted, as the Taliban's leader, Mohammad Omar, announced that Osama bin Laden had the Taliban's support. Unocal withdrew from the consortium on 8 December 1998, and soon after closed its offices in Afghanistan and Pakistan. http://tvnewslies.org/html/bin_laden_ties.html
2001- 9/10 U.S.sends troops to Afghanistan.
2001- 9/11- Orchestrated terror attacks on U.S. soil, WTC destroyed. Finger-pointing to Osama bin Laden supposedly in Afghanistan gains American popular support for "War On Terror" to neutralize Afghanistan and pave the way for TAPI. Mossad agents arrested and released after taping and mocking destruction of WTC. Related Links:
2001: October, Instability in Afghanistan delayed construction of the pipeline following the United States Invasion of Afghanistan . The Bridas contract was rescinded in favor of the former one with Unocal.
2001: Ambassador Khalilzad played a major role in putting together the government of Kabul after the invasion of Afghanistan by the United States.
2002: The new deal on the pipeline was signed on 27 December 2002 by the leaders of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
In 2005, the Asian Development Bank submitted the final version of a feasibility study designed by British company Penspen. ‘Since the US-led offensive that ousted the Taliban from power,’ reported Forbes in 2005, "the project has been revived and drawn strong US support" as it would allow the Central Asian republics to export energy to Western markets "without relying on Russian routes". Then-US Ambassador to Turkmenistan Ann Jacobsen noted that: "We are seriously looking at the project, and it is quite possible that American companies will join it." Due to increasing instability, the project has essentially stalled; construction of the Turkmen part was supposed to start in 2006, but the overall feasibility is questionable since the southern part of the Afghan section runs through territory which continues to be under de facto Taliban control.
2006: Discovery of huge gas field announced. The discovery of the gas field was announced on November 2, 2006. Late Turkmen president Saparmurat Niyazov invited Chinese CNPC and Turkish Çalik Enerji to participate in the exploration and development of the Ýolöten field.
2006: Bulgheroni indicated interest in Bridas' involvement with the Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline project, which continued to be hampered by the ongoing war in the Central Asian nation.
2006: Bridas and BP's joint venture, Pan-American Energy, purchased Houston-based Allis-Chalmers. The company sold its 40% stake therein and other assets, totaling an estimated US$5 billion (around half the company's total), in 2005 to China National Petroleum, in a bid to gain greater access to the growing Chinese energy market. http://en.mercopress.com/2010/11/29/bp-sells-argentina-s-bridas-to-bulgheroni-family-and-chinese-corporation
2007-2009: Zalmay Khalilzad serves as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations under George W. Bush.
In 2008, the Yolotan or Iolotan gas field was audited by Gaffney, Cline & Associates. According to Gaffney, Cline and Associates (GCA), Yolotan is five times larger than Dauletabad and fourth or fifth largest gas field in the world.
2010: March: Bridas Corporation is 50% owned by China National Offshore Oil Corporation
2010- As a result of the Gulf Oil spill, BP sells TAPI contract back to Brindas Corp.
2010: The intergovernmental agreement on the pipeline was signed on 11 December 2010 in Ashgabat.
2011: May 1st, Barack Obama issues order to kill the bogeyman of 9/11,Osama bin Laden.
Thursday, December 4, 1997 Published at 19:27 GMT World: West Asia
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