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By Dean Henderson

monstrous Oil... pulls again the covers to show a centuries-old cabal of world oligarchs, whose regulate over the worldwide financial system is predicated on hegemony over the planet's 3 Most worthy commodities: oil, weapons and medicine- mixed with possession of the world's vital banks.

Henderson implicates those oligarchs within the orchestration of a string of conspiracies from Pearl Harbor to the Kennedy Assassination to 911. He follows the path of soiled cash up the foodstuff chain to the interbred 8 households who- from their urban of London base- keep an eye on the 4 Horsemen of Oil, the worldwide drug exchange and the everlasting struggle economic climate.

"Big Oil... is a rare divulge of the powers and occasions which are exacting a heavy toll on us, the people".
- Nexus New occasions journal. Australia.

"Big Oil... is hair-raising and a masterpiece which merits a minimum of the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism. This publication can be a considered necessary for each American to study."
- Dr. Carlos J. Canggiano, M.D., Juana Diaz, Puerto Rico.

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