'The Buck's Start Here.'
Our government is friends with our enemies, the Sowdies, and hush money doesn’t even begin to explain it, as 9/11 has come and gone and this friendship hasn’t missed a beat, or payment. These royal scumbags have been collecting American’s since they could afford to buy them, weak Americans, ones with no allegiance to this country, and particularly those in power who have sworn allegiance to this country. And the one place where the buck is supposed to stop is where the buck's begin. When a clear enemy of the American people doesn’t need to worry about paying any price for it, things like the following are reported and forgotten about the next day:
Indicted Saudi Gets $80 Million US Contract
The Financier Has Been Indicted For His Alleged Role in a Scandal Costing US Taxpayers $1.7 billion
By GRETCHEN PETERS
June 4, 2008—
The US military has awarded an $80 million contract to a prominent Saudi financier who has been indicted by the US Justice Department. The contract to supply jet fuel to American bases in Afghanistan was awarded to the Attock Refinery Ltd, a Pakistani-based refinery owned by Gaith Pharaon. Pharaon is wanted in connection with his alleged role at the failed Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI), and the CenTrust savings and loan scandal, which cost US tax payers $1.7 billion.
The Saudi businessman was also named in a 2002 French parliamentary report as having links to informal money transfer networks called hawala, known to be used by traders and terrorists, including Al Qaeda.
Interestingly, Pharaon was also an investor in President George W. Bush's first business venture, Arbusto Energy.
A spokesman for the FBI said Pharaon was not wanted in connection with the French report, but confirmed he was still sought by the US Justice Department.
"Ghaith Pharaon is an FBI fugitive indicted in both the BCCI and CENTRUST case," said Richard Kolko, a spokesman for the FBI. "If anyone has information on his location, they are requested to contact the FBI or the US Embassy."
The US military purchases jet fuel from Attock through the contractor Supreme Fuels, according to a US government website. The $80 million contract for 2008 was posted this week on a US government website . Attock supplied the US military more than $40 million in jet fuel in 2007, according to another spreadsheet posted on the site.
An official at Attock, who did not wish to be named, confirmed the refinery was supplying thousands of tons of jet fuel to the US base at Bagram Air Base every month.
The US military has not responded to requests for comment.
Pharaon could not be reached for comment.
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For the record, the accompanying visual is meant to convey how compromised our government's become in the face of temptation, with dire consequences that we can't even begin to see. And that's Pigman standing in for the incorruptible American Individual. As well as the Saudi flag, which is spreading it's green within Washington P.C.s flag, as distinguished from The American Flag, which stays a true red white and blue.