Murdoch, Cheney and Rothschild Grands Syrian Oil Rights

Murdoch, Cheney and Rothschild Grands Syrian Oil Rights

The British newspaper ‘The Times’ recently posted an article about the oil interests of terrorist groups, Syria and Turkey. The article doesn’t mention the involvement of the owner of the newspaper, Rupert Murdoch, at Genie Energy, an Israeli company that the Israeli government can drill for oil in Syria. This writes the British human rights activist and former ambassador Craig Murray.

“Dick Cheney and Lord Rothschild are also shareholders of this company”, he says. “This is not a conspiracy theory. This is a conspiracy. ”


If a neoconservative puppet will be installed in Damascus, the share price of Genie will rise substantially, says Murray. “Fox News, Sky News, The Times, The Sun and numerous other media of Murdoch are all pushing for Western military intervention in Syria, but does not mention that this propaganda is spread to enforce a policy that is in line with the financial interests of the media mogul. ”

Even people who are actively looking for information can not find a register of interests of media owners. Dr. Rowan Cruft of the University of Stirling believes the financial and political interests of the proprietor, editor or journalist always have to be mentioned below an article, for some reason it’s not a requirement anymore.

Web of Corruption

According to Murray, the media are dancing on the tune of big corporations. For example, a financial journalist must always indicate whether he or she has a stake in the company, but you don’t have to mention the person who pays him or her to write.

“If you think they are not doing this on purpose then you are extremely naive”, says Murray. “This is just a glimpse into the vast web of corruption among the elite.”

Murdoch, Cheney and Rothschild Grands Syrian Oil Rights

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SOURCECraig Murray