The Gabon Oil Colony

re posted from                         LEFTHOOK BY DEAN HENDERSON

The Gabon Oil Colony





Everyone in this fight against global oligarchy has a reason why they joined the fray. My tipping point came after travelling to countries where I could never have imagined people living in such poverty. It was bad enough that these Goldman Sachs parasites were destroying our economy. But to see people literally starving because of the greed of these vampire bankers, really made it impossible for me to turn back.

In their rape and pillage of the global South, the Masonic City of London vampires always use corrupt local leaders as front men for their IMF-sanctioned lootings. Yesterday one of the banker’s long-time favorites came under attack from his own people.

While receiving treatment for a stroke in Morocco, ostensibly because he has gutted the health care system in his own country under IMF mandate, President Ali Bongo was informed of a coup attempt in his country Gabon. The government immediately shut down the internet.

The Bongo family has lorded over this small country in southeast Africa since 1967. Ali became president in 2009 following the death of his father Omar Bongo in a Spanish hospital that year. Alain Bernard (Ali) Bongo was raised in France and married an American from Los Angeles until she divorced him in 2015.

Gabon is rich in oil and the Bongo family have served the Rothschild/Rockefeller oil cartel faithfully during their tenure. In 1931 oil was discovered near the capital Libreville while the nation was still a French colony. But it wasn’t until the 1960’s after “decolonization in name only” that the Gabonese oil trade took off with Omar Bongo at the helm.

With “decolonization” the French and UK banking elite could hide behind local politicians who served as their strawmen. Meanwhile the City of London could mop up the flight capital from these new corrupt local elites who sent their billions to the City for protection. It is no coincidence that the advent of the Eurodollar trade coincided with “decolonization” and the ensuing flight capital phenomenon.

Gabon’s oil production is mostly offshore and peaked in 1996 at 365,000 barrels per day. Oil accounts for 50 % of the country’s GDP and 80% of its exports. The country spends these revenues on improving roads and ports for Big Oil. At IMF behest, many hydrocarbon special economic zones were set up to give favorable tax treatment to the oil multinationals, especially on the island of Mandji.

Recently Gabon’s Ministry of Petroleum & Hydrocarbons paid both a Norwegian (Spectrum) & a French (CGG) company to do a seismic survey of a 25,000 square kilometer area known as Gabon’s South Basin. The cost of this survey is unknown, but surely it could have fed more than a few starving Gabonese families.

The Rothschild/House of Orange-controlled Royal Dutch/Shell is the biggest player in Gabon. The French Total and Marathon Oil are also very active. Gabon has 19 deep water oil “plays” operated by 10 companies.

Yesterday’s coup attempt against the Bongo junta has apparently been thwarted. A group of soldiers calling themselves the Patriotic Movement of the Defence and Security Forces of Gabon had taken over radio and TV stations in the country. Led by Lieutenant Kelly Ondo Obiang, the group announced a restoration of democracy to the impoverished nation.

The attempted coup in Gabon reveals an undercurrent of discontent being felt around the world as people grow weary of parasitic billionaire oligarchs owning all the resources of this earth. Though the coup was turned back, it will not be the last shot in this war of liberation from the City of London bankers.

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries, Stickin’ it to the Matrix, The Federal Reserve Cartel & Illuminati Agenda 21: The Luciferian Plan to Destroy Creation. You can subscribe free to his weekly Left Hook column

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