Biggest Racket in the History of the World
And here is an article in Newsweek confirming
the points in the Mr. Batmanghelidj's monograph which,
many years ago, predicted the behavior of some oil companies.
Not to Say When Your Company Is Ruining
of Shell Companies Veils Trade by Irans Ships
By JO BECKER
Jan. 24, 2009, a rusting freighter flying a Hong Kong
flag dropped anchor in the South African port of Durban.
The stop was not on the ships customary route, and
it stayed only an hour, just long enough to pick up its
clandestine cargo: a Bladerunner 51 speedboat that could
be armed with torpedoes and used as a fast-attack craft
in the Persian Gulf.