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Title: Dahbol Power Plant In India
Description: Enron / Afghan Pipeline

Sanders - May 1, 2006 06:46 PM (GMT)
Since there are over 250 people viewing this site at the moment, a few words.

I heard about the trans-Afghanistan pipeline and the Taliban trip to Texas on UNOCAL's tab right after 9/11. I mentioned this to friends and was promptly ridiculed. That only made me more determined to find out the truth.

I soon learned about bin Laden's connections to the CIA dating to the Soviet/Afghan war, the close ties between the US and Pakistan's ISI intelligence agency who played middle man between us and the Mujahedeen (Reagan called them freedom fighters, Bush calls them al-Qaeda), and the allegation that the ISI wired money to the hijackers, something I had never heard of on the news. It seemed to me that if Pakistan was implicated in helping the hijackers, it sure should have been big news.

Then the French "Hunt the Boeing" web site surfaced. I was flabergasted.

If that didn't convince me 9/11 was an inside job, another web site, "Muslims Suspend the Laws of Physics" that dealt with the collapse of the Trade Towers, and the even more chilling discovery of the Project for a New American Century (PNAC) did.

That was 4 years ago. There is a wealth of information now on the web about what did or did not happen on 9/11. The fact that it is ONLY accessable on private web sites should tell you something else - for the mass media, this subject is taboo.

This is not old news. This is not, water under the bridge. Our country is being hijacked NOW, and don't think that voting for a democrat in 2008 will stop the madness. Thanks to the 2000 election Florida butterfly-ballot debacle, the country is equiped with easily manipulated touch-screen voting machines, so they can steal our votes. And when I say "they", I don't mean George Bush. Of course the rabbit hole goes much deeper than that.

America is a great country, founded by great men who went to great lengths to ensure that Power would remain in the hands of the People. But 200 odd years of gradual corruption has all but erased their dreams of liberty, and 9/11 was the master stroke toward that end. But their greatest weapon is our ignorance. Ask questions, investigate, trust your common sense. LEARN what is happening.

It's not too late.

constitution - May 1, 2006 06:54 PM (GMT)
damn straight.

If you have heard that America is disliked atm by the rest of the world I assure you its the administration they should be talking about.

People ask me if im anti-american and I say no. I care for the freedom that America is supposed to stand for. The administration has raped the constitution and your personal liberties. It will only get worse unless something is done.

If anything the world is waiting with baited breath for someone to bring the peace. that will not be the current administration. that will not be the bankers. that will be by the people!

God Bless bloody needs it.

CubanJ - May 1, 2006 07:10 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Sanders @ May 1 2006, 06:46 PM)
But their greatest weapon is our ignorance.

Such a true statement, it's scary.


Thanks for sharing the rest of your research with us. I haven't heard of a few things you mentioned, and I'm looking into them as we speak. I think we're all still in the process of opening our eyes to all the lies we've been told over the years. Keep it up man.



SittingBull - May 1, 2006 07:21 PM (GMT)
Not so easy to find several years old sources, they seem to vanish faster then others could archive them.

Sanders - July 3, 2006 01:36 AM (GMT)
Many may not know this, but ENRON was up to their knees in the whole Afghan Pipeline, Taliban negotiation scandal thing that Michael Moore reported about in Farenheigt 9/11. Here's the skivy:

ENRON started building the world's largest natural gas power plant in the world in Dahbol, India in 1994. To supply gas to it, they also entered into a contract with the government of Turkmenistan in 1996. All together they invested over $ 4 billion in this scheme.

The success of the plant depended on having a pipeline built between Turkmenistan and the Pakistan coast, which hit a snag. An Argentinian company had contracted with the Rabani regime to build a pipeline, but Unocal didn't like this. They wanted to control the pipline, so the CIA and Pakistan ISI overthrew Rabani by backing the Taliban and their rise to power. Immediately Unocal created CENTGAS along with Delta Oil (owned by one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws) and started negotiating with the Taliban. However the Taliban, who should've been grateful to the US for their success in throwing out Rabani should have given the OK, but as it turns out they were real Islamic fundamentalists and they had some issues. The pipline never got built, the Dahbol plant never got its Turkmen gas, and in 2000 ENRON finally gve up and mothballed the plant. The US gave the Taliban an ultimatum soon after that and then 9/11 happened. ENRON went bankrupt in December of that year.

Well the saga continues apparantly. N.M.Rothschild Investment Bank is negotiating to buy the defunct Dahbol Plant. Maybe the world will soon get it's pipeline afterall. It always bugged me that with the Taliban gone and a Unocal consultant in power in Afghanistan, with a signed agreement between all of Afghanistan's neighbors and US military intstallations dotting the proposed route of the pipeline, that construction never got going.

Here is why. With no pipeline construction plan in place and no viable way to import gas to Dahbol, the plant can be had for pennies on the dollar. I'll bet you dollars to donuts after the Rothschilds deal to buy the plant is settled, US oil company involvement in the pipeline will resume and construction will finally begin.

I could be full of it, be it all clicked for me when I saw this article.

Funny how things always work out nice for that family...

Sanders - July 3, 2006 01:52 AM (GMT)
The lenders to the (Dahbol) power company, ... which are trying to find a buyer, are in advanced discussions with Rothschild.

colek - July 3, 2006 08:21 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Sanders @ Jul 2 2006, 09:36 PM)
Many may not know this, but ENRON was up to their knees in the whole Afghan Pipeline,

Well I know a little more about that story. I saw a movie about Enron called the Smartest Guys in the Room. In that film they mentioned the Darbol plant but in it they alleged that although they certainly hoped Darbol would amount to something, it was in any case a front for their real operation which was the looting of California through the "California Energy crisis".

Enron got its scumbags to deregulate Cali, then as soon as they were done Enron (and other utilities) created the artificial energy shortages by shutting down plants. With the new deregulation laws, there was a grey area as to who had jurisdiction over the grid suppliers. So when Gray Davis issued orders, federal judges and Bush appointed FERA officials overuled him and stalled.

While government took inaction on the "issue", Enron and friends raised the price of energy/kw from around $30 to $1000/kw. Yup you read that right - $1000 for an hour of light. Enron stockholders were recorded mocking the plight of Tha Calis. And then when the pressure got on to put the F-ing plants back on, California wildfires started giving Enron an excuse to shut the plants down again. "Burn baby burn" was the Enron quote. For every hour those plants were off, everybody in Cali (except LA) was handing Enron $1000/month instead of $35. So anyways.

Of course in such an evil company, there was evil within as well and people were cooking the books. Soon it became clear Enron was overhyped and worthless, and when all the CEo's sold out and sent the money to Switzerland, the stockholders and employees got stuck holding the bag. They ended up losing their 401k's, the stocks were worthless, and they lost their jobs. Oh well. No one in California was mourning their loss.

Now of course the major players have their money safely away and they are all set. They'll have to do some country club time, but when their out they'll be fishing with the Bushes again. And yeah, some associate will follow up with the pipeline eventually. No rush. The next generation will handle that while this one lives it up for a while.

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