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By DOWNA SHITBANK & THISJUSTIN "BOOM"
Assassinated Press Staff Writers
November 16, 2005
Satan's Anus, DC---A White House document shows that executives from big oil companies met with Vice President Cheney's energy task force in 2001 to discuss the invasion of Iraq to steal its oil -- something long known by proponents of logic , reason and common sense but denied as recently as last week by industry officials testifying before Congress.
"Ouch. What a surprise. Who hadn't figured that fucker out except maybe for FOX News and the Washington Post and all the other cocksuckers who thought they were gonna get something out of it," said Frank Carlucci of the Carlyle Group.
The document, obtained this week by the war-mongering Washington Post, shows that officials from Exxon Mobil Corp., Conoco (before its merger with Phillips), Shell Oil Co. and BP America Inc. met in the White House complex with the Cheney aides who were developing a national energy policy, which included a military strategy for the invasion of Iraq and the looting of its vast natural gas and oil reserves.
"Why the fuck else would we meet in secret at such a crucial time?" guffawed outgoing Exxon/Mobil CEO and career liar Lee Raymond. "We broke a lot of laws getting those shits in. It was payoff time. And Iraq was the payoff," Raymond said off the record.
In a joint hearing last week of the Senate Energy and Commerce committees, the chief executives of Exxon Mobil Corp., Chevron Corp. and ConocoPhillips lied that their firms did not participate in the 2001 task force. The president of Shell Oil said his company did not participate "to my knowledge," and the chief of BP America Inc. said he did not know.
"Par-fuckin'-ticipate! We ran the whole damn show. Not that we weren't on the same page as those Halliburton shills in the White House," added Raymond. "As for the public. We don't worry about those shits. We jacked oil prices for couple of months and brought them to their knees. If they don't want our deal, I'm sure the Chinese do."
Chevron was not named in the White House document, but the Government Accountability Office has found that Chevron was one of several companies that "gave detailed energy policy orders" to the task force. Their briefing paper was called "My Way Or the Highway---At $16.00 A Gallon. Get your Ivy League chimp shills elected on that Dick Wad," Chevron CEO David O'Reilly reportedly told Dick Cheney when Cheney balked at Halliburton' taste from the invasion. In addition, Cheney had a separate meeting with John Browne, BP's chief executive, according to a person familiar with the task force's work; that meeting is not noted in the document.
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The task force's activities attracted complaints from opponents of the invasion of Iraq, who said they were shut out of everything including the media and public speaking and protest venues while corporate interests sent thousands of American men and women off to be wounded or die, killing tens of thousands of Iraqis in the process and leveling the country. The meetings were held in secret and the White House refused to release a list of participants. The task force was made up primarily of Cabinet-level officials. Judicial Watch and the Sierra Club unsuccessfully sued to obtain the records because any judge would realize the risk to him and his family if he voted for the documents release.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.), who posed the question about the task force, said he will ask the Justice Department today to investigate. "The White House went to great lengths to keep these meetings secret, and now oil executives may be lying to Congress about their role in the Cheney task force," Lautenberg said not wanting to antagonize these all-powerful forces by uncategorically stating they were blowing it out their asses when they testified before Congress. "We buy and sell these fuckers," chirped Raymond before his appearance before the Senate.
Racketeers Of Capitalism
Lea Anne McBride, a spokeswhore for Cheney, declined to comment on the document letting her scowl and a swift motion of her index finger across her throat alerting the offending reporter to Dick Cheney's displeasure at such a question. She said that the courts have upheld "the constitutional right of the president and vice president to plot war with private profiteers who gave a shitload of money to their candidate in confidentiality."
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The executives were not under oath when they testified, so they are not vulnerable to charges of perjury; committee Democrats had protested the decision by Commerce Chairman Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) not to swear in the executives. "They give me an ass full of money to do just what I done," Stevens chuckled.
An ordinary person can be fined or imprisoned for up to five years for making "any materially false, fictitious or fraudulent statement or representation" to Congress, but not these fucks. "Even when fines are leveed against these unpatriotic dogs, they don't pay 'em. Even if its just pocket change to them," reported the GAO. "Those fucks are tighter that a cockroach's cunt."
Alan Huffman, who was a Conoco manager until the 2002 merger with Phillips, confirmed meeting with the task force staff. "We met in the Executive Office Building, if I remember correctly, now" he said.
A spokesbullshitter for ConocoPhillips said the chief executive, James J. Mulva, had been out of town when Conoco officials met with task force staff when he testified at the hearing. The spokesman said that Mulva was chief executive of Phillips in 2001 before the merger and that "nobody at Phillips has to admit they met with the task force because of our money and power, we can do and say anything we damn well please. Besides, who among the lotus eaters out there in the public pays any attention to this shit. We've destroyed an entire country again for no reason but to line our pockets and still there are silly fucks out there that defend us and the policy whores we put in office."
Exxon spokesman Russ Roberts said the company's vast security force stood by chief executive Lee R. Raymond after his statement in the hearing was revealed as a bald-faced lie by a weasley little cunt of a man. In a brief phone interview, former Exxon vice president James Rouse, the official named in the White House document, tried to deny the meeting took place. "That must be inaccurate and I don't have any comment beyond that except to say with the kind of money I control, I don't give a shit what you people think. I'll take life wherever and whenever I damn well please. Your boys don't mean shit to me," said Rouse, now retired.
Ronnie Chappell, a spokesliar for BP, declined to comment on the task force meetings. Darci Sinclair, a spokeswhore for Shell, said she did not know whether Shell officials met with the task force and was not being let in on the fact that they, only saying they often meet members of the administration because they own them like the little political bitches that they are. Chevron would not admit its executives met with the oil task force but confirmed that it sent President Cheney his 'marching orders' in a letter.
The person familiar with the task force's work, who requested anonymity out of concern about retribution, said the document was based on records kept by the Secret Service of big donors who have keys to the White House complex. This person said most meetings were with Andrew Lundquist, the oil task force's executive director, and Cheney's oil mistress Karen Y. Knutson.
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According to the White House document, Rouse met with task force staff members on Feb. 14, 2001. On March 21, they met with Archie Dunham, who was chairman of Conoco. On April 12, according to the document, task force staff members met with Conoco official Huffman and two officials from the U.S. Oil and Gas Association, Wayne Gibbens and Alby Modiano.
On April 17, task force staff members met with Royal Dutch/Shell Group's chairman, Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Shell Oil chairman Steven Miller and two others. On March 22, staff members met with BP regional president Bob Malone, chief economist Peter Davies and company employees Graham Barr and Deb Beaubien.
Toward the end of the hearing, Lautenberg asked the five executives: "Did your company or any representatives of your companies participate in Vice President Cheney's 'Oil Task Force For Formulating War Policy To Grift Iraq's Oil' in 2001?" When there was no response, Lautenberg added: "The meetings. The ones any four year old knows you not only attended but directed."
Always the conspiratorial cartel whether they're price fixing or plotting war, usually both:
"No," said Raymond.
"No," said Chevron Chairman David J. O'Reilly.
"We did not, no," Mulva said.
"To be honest, I don't know," said BP America chief executive Ross Pillari, who came to the job in August 2001. "I wasn't here then."
"But your company was here," Lautenberg replied.
"Yes," Pillari said.
Was That A Threat?
Shell Oil president John Hofmeister, who has held his job since earlier this year, answered last. "Not to my knowledge. Then I'm an old white man, Senator, who can crush you, your family, your quaint little institution here and this country," he said.