Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Another significant piece of the jigsaw puzzle falls into place.

Apparently, Russia's Gazprom either was approached or initiated negotiations by an Israel based outfit called Infinity Investment House to partner with Isramco in their Tamar offshore Israel gas find.

Litigation pending between Isramco and Infinity Investment House.

Furthermore, after NUMEROUS internet searches about Infinity Investment House and Nissim Digilenty, named in the article below, I could find NOTHING, absolutely no further information, about either other than the information proffered on their own website, Infinity Investment House, which also says virtually nothing. Check it out.

The link to Infinity Investment House is contained within the article below.

HOWEVER, an Israeli private investment fund named Infinity exists, a subsidiary of CLAL, in turn, a division of IDB, part of NOCHI DANKNER'S empire!!
For Dankner's empire, see my previous blog entry:

So far, however, I have been unable to ascertain for sure an Infinity Investment House and Nissim Digilenty association to/with Nochi Dankner, altho it certainly looks very feasible.

And, according to THIS, following report, Gazprom was cut off or out from any possibility to supply gas in a proposed pipeline extension from Turkey to Israel, the TIP project. See my many previous blogs on this subject.

When reading numerous headlines about all parties involved above keep this background factor in mind. Everything is a bargaining chip on a moving chessboard of who gets what, where and how much in the newly revived, but very ancient, OLD counterrevolutionary world of private empires:

As an additional service, I found an article from Haaretz listing Israel's 100 most prominent names, or, Who Owns/Controls Israel. Nazi Citigroup Stanley Fischer's name appears prominently at the top as number 4 on this list:

And, further EXTENSIVE background about Israel's Nochi Dankner and his IDB's global interconnectedness in the following:

Back in the New World of Citigroup/Obooma United Suckers and Assholes Alice in Wonderland NAZI DICTATORSHIP, Voodoo Economics is alive, well and still the name of the game as both the domestic and world economy spin apart around them unleashed by the abundant PERPETUAL contradictions concomitant with the above reactionary program. Scandals are too numerous to itemize.

Capitalism is in PERPETUAL, ever deepening, insoluable crisis BOTH at home and abroad. The two are inextricably intertwined, since overseas expansion is CRITICAL to increased profitability. They have, so to speak, bet everybody's house, yours, theirs, the nations and everyone else, on this reactionary, counterrevolutionary, global capitalist penetration and expansionist project, above.

To paraphrase a popular song, "you can't have one without the other...Love and marriage...go together like a horse and carriage..."

What is coming down the domestic homefront pike, due to Nazi Citigroup/Obooma's debt, inflation, pork stimulus largesse, will setup a forthcoming attack on what is called, here, "entitlement" programs, i.e., Social (in)Security and Medicare, the few, meagre, antediluvian vestiges of Roosevelt's national New Deal old age insurance, retirement and pension program remaining.

What the United Suckers and Assholes will get from a Trillion dollar spending package is nothing, fleeting garbage and pork compared to what they will give up in the name of deficit, debt, inflation and balanced budgets.

On one hand what Nazi Citigroup Lord Jesus Obooma giveth, they take back many millions times over with the other hand.

A magician's sleight of hand trick.

Meanwhile, the story continues unabated on the other, flip side of the globe.

For example, the Trade Bank of Iraq held a conference for private investment. Below is an EXCERPT. Link following. MY emphasis in BOLD:

"...The forum took place in Baghdad, under the patronage of the Minister of Finance, and was the first international banking congregation in Iraq, where international banks gathered with Iraqi public and private sector banks. Representatives from main government-owned banks such as Rashid and Rafidain, as well as over 30 private sector banks, mingled with delegates from other regional banks, as well as JP Morgan and Citigroup..."

END OF EXCERPT FROM...,%20to%20Encourage%20International%20Community%20to%20Invest%20in%20Iraqi%20Private%20Sector/

And, here's Dana Gas with Hamid Jafar at a conference in Egypt:

And, so it goes...

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