ROTHSCHILD & GLENCORE ORDER NATO'S TURKEY TO CALL THE 'ISLAMIC STATE' SHOTS IN IRAQ OIL WAR (22.11.2014)
When the previous Iraqi administration filed a legal claim in US courts over the theft of oil by Barzani's Kurds, NATO started moving back into Iraq using the pretext of the 'Islamic State' and once again changed the Baghdad administration to their own liking.
In fact the Iraqi 'constitution' is built entirely in the image of the occupier, who still uses fraudulent UN & EU 'resolutions'/'sanctions' to run the whole show, which now includes the Turkish 'government' overtly calling the shots in Iraq.
US, EU & Turkey calling the shots in Iraq
It is impossible to explain in the real world what on earth the....Turkish 'government' are doing calling the shots 'training'... Iraqi Peshmergas.
"...prohibitions related to the sale or supply to Iraq of arms and related material other than those arms and related material required by the United States of America and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
...The [EU] bloc said it would look again at its sanctions regime on Iraq and Syria [over] oil sales or sales of other resources on international markets..."
"...They, however, promised to provide the Peshmerga with sophisticated weapons later, which has not materialized yet...Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government forces, [illegally] entered Syria’s northern city of Kobani to join the fight [to illegally overthrow the Syrian...government] in late October..."
"...A dispute between Baghdad and Arbil over the sale of oil has turned into an international legal wrangle in recent years, as the Iraqi government brought a lawsuit against the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in foreign [US] courts. However, the two sides signed a temporary agreement to settle the oil dispute last week, clearing the way for a permanent settlement to be enacted in a joint hydrocarbon law.
Sepil [Genel Energy Plc] [Mr Nathaniel Rothschild & Co] & Tony Hayward from...Glencore, said the oil produced in northern Iraq can only come through Turkey, whether it be Kurdish oil or oil from the central government in Baghdad, hence Turkey will guarantee peace.
“Turkey said the oil being sold is for the good of all of Iraq, and now this situation is being realized. If the oil was not sold, the recent agreement between Baghdad and northern Iraq would never have been signed,” he added.
He noted that Iraqi oil, regardless of whether it is controlled by Baghdad or by the KRG, can only be piped to Turkey through the Kurdish region because the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) controls all other pipelines in the country.
Genel Energy [in Iraq] is the first Turkish company to be traded on the London Stock exchange. The company merged with English Vallares in 2011 and took the name “Genel Energy Plc.”
One can be absolutely certain that new oil 'legislation' in Iraq will not be benefiting the Iraqi...people.
"...The Turkish Special Forces, known as the “maroon berets,” is set to launch a training program for the Peshmerga forces of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in northern Iraq, a Turkish official has told the Hürriyet Daily News.
“Our support, including this [training], will increasingly continue,” Davutoğlu said.
utterly pointless endless spending on nato 'soldiers' instead of doctors
Intelligence Chief Hakan Fidan accompanied Davutoğlu during his visit to Iraq. The prime minister met with Barzani in Arbil, following his talks in Baghdad on Nov. 20.
Turkey’s participation in training the Peshmerga comes in line with U.S.-led coalition efforts to train Iraqi forces and Iraqi Kurdish fighters against ISIL militants in Iraq.
Along with the U.S. officers, the U.K. had already committed a dozen military personnel in October to train Peshmerga fighters.
Turkey recently allowed some 150 Peshmerga forces to cross through Turkish territory to the Kurdish-populated town of Kobane in Syria.
The prime minister described the decision to allow Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga troops through Turkey to Kobane as a “reflection of trust” between Turkey and the Iraqi Kurdish administration.
Along with training the Peshmerga, Turkey and the U.S. are in talks to train and arm moderate Syrian rebels [terrorists] in Central Anatolia. Turkey is considering training Free Syrian Army (FSA) members, including Syrian Turkmens, at the Hirfanlı gendarmerie training center in Kırşehir..."
There is ample evidence that NATO does not care how many innocent civilians are brutally murdered in their continuing attempts to 'control' Middle East oil.
It is self-evident that the only real axis of any kind of real resistance to NATO in the Middle East comes from the Iranian & Syrian governments and Hezbollah.
Davatoglu & Abadi: typical NATO snake oil salesmen with not an original or honest thought to share
Iraq and Turkey have agreed on closer security and intelligence collaboration against the threat posed by the Takfiri ISIL militants, Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says.
“We have a key agreement to exchange information and have full security cooperation,” Abadi told a news conference on Thursday following a meeting with his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu in Baghdad.
Using the Arabic acronym for the Takfiri ISIL group, Abadi added, “The Turkish prime minister also wants us to have military cooperation in the face of terrorism and Daesh and we welcome that.”
For his part, Davutoglu affirmed that the two sides had agreed on closer security cooperation.
“I can say that Daesh threatens both Iraq and Turkey, but we will cooperate and do everything we can to stand up to terrorism,” Davutoglu said.
The ISIL terrorists currently control large areas of Iraq and Syria.
The militants have been carrying out horrific acts of violence, including public decapitations, against Iraqi communities such as Shias, Sunnis, Kurds and Christians.
Relations between Turkey and Iraq have recently hit a rocky patch given that Baghdad sees as illegal the oil exports through Turkey by the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
Abadi said that his country and Turkey have also reached an agreement on the issue.
Referring to his talks with Davutoglu, Abadi said that Turkey is eager to have “transparent and clear” relations on the oil issue and that Baghdad would be notified if any Iraqi oil exports go through Turkish territory
a picture that could only repulse millions in the middle east & europe
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has met with leaders in Iraq's Kurdistan capital of Erbil, his second stop in the violence-plagued country after Baghdad, as he continues the bond-building visit.
In talks with the Kurdish region's President Masoud Barazani on Friday, energy and military cooperation were discussed following a visit seen as a solution to long-standing tensions between Ankara and Baghdad.
"I'm very happy to be visiting Erbil as prime minister," Dabutoglu said, adding that discussions had focused on humanitarian aid to Iraq's IDPs and security as well as economic cooperation.
"I would like to reiterate that Turkey will continue to look after its brothers," he said, in reference to those forced to flee ISIL. "We have built camps in Duhok with a total capacity of 35,000 people."
Al Jazeera's Imran Khan, reporting from Baghdad, described the visit as a "positive" one in which "concrete steps" were achieved.
Speaking at a joint news conference in Erbil, Barazani confirmed that 150,000 barrels per day of crude oil from the Kirkuk oilfields will begin to flow into Turkey.
"This is a massive step, since Turkey has no domestic energy output of its own, and therefore relies on imports," our correspondent said.
"Money revenue from this transaction was held effectively in escrow, where it was not touched by neither the Kurds, nor Baghdad, but has now been released to 'Baghdad'."
Turkey shares a border with the Kurds, who are involved in battles against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), an armed group that is seeking to establish a caliphate.
Security was also a major issue in the Turkish premier's talks with his Iraqi counterpart Haidar al-Abadi in Baghdad on Thursday.
Davutoglu "offered Turkish military assistance to Iraq," Abadi said at a joint news conference on Thursday, later adding that this could include arming and training members of Iraq's planned national guard.
Iraqi volunteer forces "need training and we may discuss training these forces in neighbouring Turkey," Abadi said. The Iraqi premier also said that he agreed to visit Turkey next month.
Davutoglu's trip to Iraq follows a visit to Turkey by Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari earlier this month that was aimed at patching up the strained ties between the two neighbours.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, now Turkey's president, also repeatedly clashed with Abadi's predecessor, Nouri al-Maliki.
The two countries have also disagreed over the protracted Syrian civil war, where mostly-Sunni rebels are seeking to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad.
Shia-majority Iraq is seen to prefer al-Assad, whose Alawite sect is an offshoot of Shia Islam, while Sunni Muslim Turkey backs the rebel groups.
Previous attempts to patch up Iraqi-Turkish relations were unsuccessful but prospects appear improved now that the two countries both have new governments.
"Turkey has always favoured a government inclusive of all of Iraq's ethnic and religious groups. No-one should be excluded from the political arena. A united Iraq must be built," Davutoglu said.
Of course in practical terms it does seem more than a little difficult to understand how Ocalan can similarly participate in any 'electoral' process, while unlike Barzani, he is sitting in prison in the phoney creature called 'democracy' in Turkey.
The Turkish 'justice' system is overtly non-existent.
By no happenstance whatsoever, the international disgrace to humanity, who is the latest British Foreign Minister continues to speak about Iran as someone so aptly pointed out, with white man's forked tongue.
mouth open, zero credibility...blah di blah...
One can only be incredulous at the British 'Chief of the General Staff' General Nick Carter insulting people's intelligence ignoring the rule of law to claim, that only a 'political' ...'strategy' would be decisive in defeating the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil).
Clearly Carter knows that the usual suspects like Nathaniel Rothschild and Mr Hayward from Glencore who are not at all popular in Britain, have their dirty paw-prints all over the double dealing going down in Iraq.
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" ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – On his first visit to the Kurdistan Region since assuming office, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said his country would back Kurdish security “with any means.”
“The security of Iraq is important for Turkey as well as that of the Kurdistan Region,” because of the “shared border” and economic interests, the Turkish premier said after meeting with Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani.
“We have economic and trade investments in Iraq which amount to $12 billion, $8 billion of that in the Kurdistan region,” Davutoglu said.
“Turkey will provide support through any necessary means for the Kurdistan Region’s security,” he added..."
Oil wars are very revealing, because they fully expose the vile legal nihilists who will wave around any banner, to murder anyone for what is very easy oil money, and those who actually care about human life.
It remains very simple that you are either for or against the Genocidal US & EU 'governments.