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Dick Cheney; Above The Law

Dick Cheney; Made his first millions stealing oil from a Wyoming National Park by cross drilling. No conviction.

A portion of the below article appeared in the September 26, 2003 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.
Halliburton Is Houston's Greater Hermann Göring Werke'
by John Hoefle

In his farewell address to the nation in 1961, President Dwight Eisenhower warned about the dangers of "the acquisition of unwarranted influence" by the "military-industrial complex," noting that "the potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes."

As supreme commander of Allied military forces in Europe during World War II, Ike played a key role in the battle not only against fascism, but against the international Synarchist cabal which orchestrated the rise to power of Hitler and Mussolini. During his two terms as President (1953-61), Ike was also well positioned to see this Synarchist cabal's tentacles into the United States, and how they were attempting to use the Cold War to solidify their power. In warning about the military-industrial complex, Ike meant to warn us about the fascists within our own midst.[1]

Events soon proved him right. In 1962 came the Cuban missile crisis; in 1963 the assassination of President John F. Kennedy at the hands of the Synarchist Permindex assassination bureau; the escalation of the Vietnam War in the wake of the phony Tonkin Gulf "attacks" in 1964. These events strengthened the hand of the Synarchists, who have seized power in Washington in the wake of 9/11, and under the guise of fighting terrorism have launched an assault on both the Constitution and the public purse.

 Name at birth: Richard Bruce Cheney
* Born: 30 January 1941
* Birthplace: Lincoln, Nebraska
* Best Known As: Vice president of the United States, 2001-2009

Father: Richard Herbert Cheney (b. 26-Jan-1915)
Mother: Marjorie Lorraine Dickey (b. 8-Jan-1918)
Wife: Lynne Ann Vincent (b. 14-Aug-1941, m. 29-Aug-1964)
Daughter: Mary Cheney (lesbian activist, works for Coors, Conifer CO)
Daughter: Liz Cheney (high-level State Department bureaucrat)

Dick Cheney; (if viewing any of the below links, click your computers Back Button to return to this page)

High School: Natrona County High School, Casper, WY (1959)
    University: Yale University ("was asked to leave")
    University: Casper Community College (1963)
    University: BA, University of Wyoming (1965)
    University: University of Wyoming (studied political science, dropped out)
    University: University of Wisconsin at Madison (dropped out)

    US Vice President (20-Jan-2001 to 20-Jan-2009)
    Halliburton CEO (1995-2000)
    US Secretary of Defense (1989-93)
    US Congressman, Wyoming (1979-89)
    White House Chief of Staff (1975-77)
    White House Staff Deputy Assistant to the President (1974-75)
    Member of the Board of EDS
    Member of the Board of Halliburton (as Chairman, 1995-2000)
    Member of the Board of Procter & Gamble
    Member of the Board of Union Pacific
    Salomon Smith Barney International Advisory Board
    Alfalfa Club 1989
    Bohemian Grove
    Bush-Cheney 2000
    Bush-Quayle '92
    The Business Council
    Friends of Giuliani Exploratory Committee
    George C. Marshall Foundation Council of Advisors
    George W. Bush for President
    Gerald R. Ford Foundation Trustee
    Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs Advisory Board
    Jamestown Foundation Board of Directors (former)
    Kay Bailey Hutchison for Senate
    National Legal Center for the Public Interest Board of Directors
    Project for the New American Century
    Presidential Medal of Freedom 3-Jul-1991
    Woodrow Wilson Award for Public Service (with Lynne Cheney)
    Drunk in Public Wyoming 19-Nov-1962
    Driving While Intoxicated Wyoming 19-Nov-1962
    Driving While Intoxicated Wyoming 1963
    Draft Deferment: Vietnam (20-Mar-1963)
    Draft Deferment: Vietnam (23-Jul-1963)
    Draft Deferment: Vietnam (14-Oct-1964)
    Draft Deferment: Vietnam (1-Nov-1965)
    Draft Deferment: Vietnam 3A "hardship" (19-Jan-1966)
    Conspiracy per civil lawsuit filed by Joseph Wilson and Valerie Plame (13-Jul-2006)
    Dubya Nickname Big Time, Veep
    Dubya Ranch Hand Jan-2001
    Secret Service Codename Backseat, Angler

Dick Cheney was elected vice president of the United States in 2000, as the running mate of George W. Bush, and served in that office from 2001-2009. Cheney grew up in Wyoming, where he also earned his college degrees. A staff member in the administration of Richard Nixon, Cheney became the White House chief of staff under Gerald Ford. Cheney was elected to the House of Representatives from Wyoming in 1978 and quickly rose in the ranks of the Republican party; he also served as vice chairman of the committee investigating the Iran-Contra scandal during the presidency of Ronald Reagan. Under President George Bush the elder, Cheney served as Secretary of Defense and played a major role in the Persian Gulf War. Cheney then worked in the oil industry as a top executive for the Halliburton Company before his return to government in 2000. His ties to Halliburton became a source of controversy in 2003, when the company received a major contract to help rebuild Iraq after the U.S. invasion there. Bush and Cheney were re-elected in 2004, narrowly beating a Democratic ticket of John Kerry and John Edwards. Cheney did not choose to run for president in 2008. He was succeeded in 2009 by Democratic vice president Joe Biden.

Cheney shot 78-year-old fellow hunter Harry Whittington in the face while on a quail-hunting trip in Texas on 11 February 2006. According to the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, "Cheney turned to shoot quail that had just been flushed, accidentally peppering one side of Whittington's body." Whittington was hospitalized but did not seem seriously injured until two days later, when he suffered a minor heart attack reportedly caused by bird shot shifting in his body. He was released from the hospital a few days later. The Judge was most likely shot because of a disagreement with Cheney. The incident was written off as an accident and dropped.

The Seizure of Public Lands by the Federal Bureau of Land Management allows subletting the land to major oil companies. The Gov. is than paid billions in royalties.

Cheney's involvement with the US Energy Task Force

The Energy Task Force, officially the National Energy Policy Development Group, was a task force created by then-president George W. Bush during his second week in office. Vice President Dick Cheney was named chairman. Yet another tale of the wolf guarding the hen house!

The Washington Post reported on November 15, 2005 that it had obtained documents detailing how executives from major oil corporations, including Exxon-Mobil Corp., Conoco, Royal Dutch Shell Oil Corp., and the American subsidiary of British Petroleum met with Energy Task Force participants while they were developing national energy policy. Vice President Cheney was reported to have met personally with the Chief Executive Officer of BP (formerly British Petroleum) during the time of the Energy Task Force's activities. In the week prior to this article revealing oil executive involvement, the Chief Executives of Exxon-Mobil and Conoco-Phillips told members of the US Senate that they had not participated as part of the Energy Task Force, while the CEO of British Petroleum stated that he did not know. Regardless of whether the executives were under oath, if these statements were knowingly and materially false and deceptive then they were illegal per the The Fraud and False Statements statute (18 U.S.C. 1001). In response to questions regarding the article, Cheney spokesperson Lea Ann McBride was quoted as saying that the courts have upheld "the constitutional right of the president and vice president to obtain information in confidentiality."

On July 18, 2007, the Washington Post reported the names of those involved in the Task Force, including at least 40 meetings with interest groups, most of them from energy-producing industries. Among those in the meetings were James J. Rouse, then vice president of Exxon Mobil and a major donor to the Bush inauguration; Kenneth L. Lay, then head of Enron Corp.; Jack N. Gerard, then with the National Mining Association; Red Cavaney, president of the American Petroleum Institute; and Eli Bebout, an old friend of Cheney's from Wyoming who serves in the state Senate and owns an oil and drilling company.

Dick Cheney & Ken Lay, CEO of Enron, 1986-2002
, personal friend, major contributor and supporter of Bush and Cheney. Ken Lay was found guilty of Tax Evasion, Fraud and a list of other major crimes. He then had the nerve to say that he was resigning because the criminal investigations were "Distracting." Upon his indictment, Bush, Cheney and others quickly distanced themselves. Penalty; Potentially 45 years in prison plus monetary fines, but he suddenly dead of a supposed heart failure before sentencing resulted in the vacating of convictions. He died while vacationing in Snowmass, Colorado on July 5, 2006, about three and a half months before his scheduled October 23 sentencing. Did he really die, was he murdered or is he still alive spending his millions? Regardless, it was quite fortunate that he was no longer around to give testimony against his partners and associates in crime. How convenient! Good riddance to yet another swindler in the Oil and Energy business?

During Ken Lay's reign of Enron he personally, and his through his company, donated millions to the republican party and their candidates.

Enron CEO (1986-2001, brief interruption, 2001-02)
Houston Natural Gas Chairman (1985)
Transco Energy President and CEO (1982-84)
Florida Gas (1974-82, as President, 1981-82)
Exxon Economist (1965-68)
Member of the Board of Compaq (1987-2001)
Member of the Board of Eli Lilly (1993-2001)
Member of the Board of Enron (as Chairman, 1986-2001, brief interruption, 2001-02)
US Energy Department Undersecretary of Energy (1971-74)
George Bush Presidential Library Trustee
Americans for a Republican Majority
Bush-Cheney 2000 Campaign Fund Raiser and Major Contributor.

Kenneth lay obtained his Doctor of Philosophy in economics from the University of Houston in 1970 and went to work at Exxon Mobil Corp. successor of Humble Oil & Refining upon graduation.

Lay worked in the early ‘70s as a federal energy regulator. He then became undersecretary for the Department of the Interior before he returned to the business world as an executive at Florida Gas. By the time energy was deregulated in the 1980s, Lay was already an energy company executive and he took advantage of the new climate when Omaha-based Internorth bought his company Houston Natural Gas and changed the name to Enron in 1985. The much larger, better capitalized and more diversified Internorth was then used as an asset to propel his efforts at Enron. He also was a member of the board of directors of Eli Lilly and Company.

Lay was one of America's highest-paid CEOs, earning, for example, a $42.4 million compensation package in 1999. In December 2000, Lay was mentioned as a possible candidate for President Bush's Treasury secretary along with J.P. Morgan & Co. head Douglas A. Warner III and a few others. Lay dumped large amounts of his Enron stock in September and October 2001 as its price fell, while encouraging employees to buy more stock, telling them the company would rebound. Lay liquidated more than $300 million in Enron stock from 1989 to 2001, mostly in stock options. As the scandal unfolded, Lay insisted he wanted to "tell his story." But then he reneged on a promise to testify to Congress, taking the Fifth instead. Perhaps other people involved were afraid he might yet talk...so his convenient death? In addition; Civil suits are expected to continue against Lay's estate. However, according to legal expert Joel Androphy, claimants may not seek punitive damages against a deceased defendant.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) Aug. 27, 09 - Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke was stated to be among hundreds of victims of an identity fraud ring that stole more than $2.1 million from consumers and financial institutions across the United States, Newsweek magazine reported on its website. What a farce...most likely a cover up or a means to exclude him from some criminal investigation!!!

Cheney and Halliburton

Chief among the Synarchists in Washington was Vice President Dick Cheney, whose relationship with Halliburton exemplifies the military-industrial relationships of which Ike warned. In 1991, while he was Secretary of Defense in the first Bush Administration, Cheney secretly hired Halliburton's Brown & Root subsidiary to do a study on the privatization of military logistics operations. This study established the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program, which gave its first general contract to—Brown & Root.

At the time, Cheney and his Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, Paul Wolfowitz, were pushing for wars against smaller, resource-rich nations, including the use of "low-yield" nuclear weapons. When George H.W. Bush left office in January 1993, Cheney spent some time at the neo-conservative American Enterprise Institute, and then in 1995, joined Halliburton as president and chief executive. Cheney added chairman to his titles in 1996, and ran the company until August 2000, when he stepped down to run for Vice President. And during that 1995-2000 period, one dollar of every seven spent by the Pentagon, passed through what is now Kellogg Brown & Root!

At the time Cheney hired Halliburton to do the privatization study, Halliburton was hardly a disinterested party. The company was already a major defense contractor through Brown & Root and had significant military and intelligence connections. There were also, as we shall see, reports of much darker activities.

With its flurry of construction contracts in Iraq, Halliburton is in many respects depending upon Dick Cheney for its survival; but Cheney may not last long either, given his abysmal policy failures and the spotlight put on those failures by Lyndon LaRouche. LaRouche has dubbed Halliburton "The Greater Hermann Göring Werke of Houston." It has been clear for some time that Vice President Cheney has been acting as an agent for the international Synarchist movement, which was founded as the oligarchy's counterattack to the American Revolution and the principles upon which America was founded. Cheney and Halliburton have been rightly attacked for the company's war profiteering, but the reality of their corruption runs much deeper.

The Vice President and his neo-con allies such as Defense Secretary Donald Rumseld, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, et al., are agents of a power which is committed to eliminating the principles espoused in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, in favor of a global bankers' dictatorship. This same oligarchic power, acting through merchant banks like Lazard Frères and Rothschild and other financial institutions, controls a large swath of Wall Street and corporate America, including Halliburton. Halliburton's power does not flow from Cheney, but from Cheney's backers, the Synarchist bankers. Cheney's policy toward the people of Iraq is the same as Halliburton's policy toward its asbestos claimants, and the same as Göring's policy toward the people in the Nazi work camps.

Arbeit Macht Frei (Work Makes You Free) read the sign over the entrance to Auschwitz. It was an example of Göring's "big lie" tactic in action. The Cheney cabal's pronouncements that we must accept police-state tactics in our own nation and pre-emptive strikes against other nations in the name of freedom, rings just as false. Hermann Göring would be proud.

Company History

Halliburton traces its roots to Erle P. Halliburton, a pioneer in the techniques of cementing well bores, who founded the company in 1919. In 1924, Halliburton was incorporated, with significant investments by seven major oil companies, and Halliburton trucks became common sights in the oil patch. In 1961, after a series of acquisitions, the company moved its headquarters from Duncan, Oklahoma, to Dallas, Texas.

In 1962, Halliburton bought Brown & Root, the giant Houston-based construction company. Brown & Root had also been founded in 1919, by Herman Brown and Dan Root, with Herman's brother George Brown coming in a few years later. Brown & Root started out paving roads and building bridges in rural Texas, and in 1940 got the contract to build the Corpus Christi Naval Air Station. It built pipelines and ships during World War II, and in 1961 won the planning contract for the Manned Space Center in Houston. When Herman Brown died in 1962, George Brown sold the company to Halliburton to avoid a hostile takeover, though he remained as company chairman. He died in 1983.

Both Herman and George Brown were important figures in the internationally dominated Houston business world. Herman Brown was a director of the Rothschild-linked First City National Bank and pipeline operator Texas Eastern, which he and George founded to buy the "Big Inch" and "Little Inch" pipelines after World War II. George Brown served as chairman of the politically important Rice University for 15 of his 25 years on its board, and served on commissions for Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson, as well as on Texas State commissions from the 1930s through the 1970s.

In 1998, Halliburton made another major purchase, acquiring Dresser Industries for some $7.7 billion. Dresser had been founded by Solomon Dresser in 1880, and taken over in 1928 by W.H. Harriman & Company, the investment bank owned by the descendants of railroad magnate E.H. Harriman, himself a front for the British Royal Family. Under Averell and Roland Harriman, Dresser was a Skull & Bones shop, whose board included Bonesman and presidential father and grandfather Prescott Bush. Both Roland Harriman and Prescott Bush were directors of Union Banking Corp. when it was raided by Federal agents in 1942, under the Trading With the Enemy Act, for its dealings on behalf of Nazi Germany.

The Dresser deal smells like some sort of Skull & Bones rescue operation since, with Dresser, Halliburton acquired several billions of dollars in asbestos-claim lawsuit liabilities. Dick Cheney, who made the deal, is not a Bonesman himself, having dropped out of Yale in his sophomore year, but the Skull & Bones roster contains at least nine Cheneys, more than nearly any other family.

Also with Dresser came construction company M.W. Kellogg, which was merged into Brown & Root to form Kellogg, Brown & Root.

Military-Industrial Complex

In many respects, Halliburton seems to be an "American" version of Schlumberger. The mostly obvious parallel is in the oilfield services field, where Schlumberger is Halliburton's chief rival, but there is also a strong undercurrent of spookery. Both companies operate worldwide, wherever the oil business goes; Brown & Root goes wherever U.S. troops go, and reportedly provides corporate cover for intelligence operations.

Schlumberger is an arm of one of Europe's most important banking and intelligence operations. Banque de Neuflize, Schlumberger, Mallet, Demachy, now a unit of ABN AMRO, is one of those small but important merchant banks which specializes in shaping world events. The families behind the bank have a long history of molding the Synarchist movement as an assault-force against the United States, from the spying of Major André in 1780 to the assassination of JFK. Today, as an indication of its continuing intelligence activities, Schlumberger's board includes former CIA Director John Deutch.

Schlumberger also helped bring Fidel Castro to power by helping overthrow the Batista regime. It was involved in the assassination of Kennedy through company president Jean de Menil, the White Russian husband of Schlumberger heiress Dominique Schlumberger de Menil, acting through the New Orleans office of the Swiss-based company Permindex. Permindex had also organized several attempts on the life of French President Charles de Gaulle.

There are indications that both Halliburton and Brown & Root were also involved in Permindex. According to the Nomenclature of an Assassination Cabal manuscript written under the nom de plume "William Torbitt," both Halliburton and George and Herman Brown were among the principal financiers of Permindex, along with Jean de Menil, mob lawyer Roy Cohn, Dallas oilman H.L. Hunt, and others.

Over the years, EIR has confirmed many aspects of the Torbitt manuscript and finds these claims credible, and if the claims about Halliburton and the Browns are true, then it puts Halliburton and Brown & Root firmly in the Synarchy camp, before their merger, and some three decades before Dick Cheney took over the company. It would also confirm the Schlumberger link and suggest that, rather than being a rival, Halliburton is more of a clone and junior partner of Schlumberger.

Halliburton and Brown & Root do have direct links to two of the most important merchant banks in the world, Lazard and Rothschild, both of which serve as controllers of the Synarchist movement. Lazard banker James Glanville sat on the Halliburton board in the 1980s, as did Lord Polwarth of the Royal Bank of Scotland; another British lord, Lord Clitheroe, has been on the Halliburton board since 1987. Brown & Root was one of the companies centered around First City Bancorp. of Houston and the Vinson & Elkins law firm. First City, which was founded by Vinson & Elkins founder James Elkins, was identified by 1976 House Banking Committee report as part of the Rothschild banking network. Vinson & Elkins was the outside counsel for Enron, whose board included Lord John Wakeham, the former British Energy Minister who joined the board of N.M. Rothschild after he left government service. Enron's accountant, Arthur Andersen, also handled Halliburton, and there have been suggestions that Halliburton engaged in some Enronesque accounting of its own under Cheney.

Halliburton also has strong intelligence ties, notably through the presence on its board from 1977 through 2000 of the King Ranch's Anne Armstrong, who chaired the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB) from 1981 until 1990, in addition to a stint as U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain, and her long-standing role as chairman of the executive committee at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a powerful Washington think-tank.

Armstrong's successor as Halliburton's top spook is Ray Hunt, one of five Dresser directors to join the Halliburton board. Hunt, the son of reputed Permindex funder H.L. Hunt, was appointed to the PFIAB by President George W. Bush in October 2001. Oilman Hunt is also a trustee of the CSIS and a director of the King Ranch, suggesting that Hunt is taking the retiring Armstrong's spot in a long-standing Texas intelligence network. Hunt is also a trustee of the George Bush Presidential Library and a former chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Another of the directors who came over from Dresser was Lawrence Eagleburger, the former U.S. Secretary of State and president of Kissinger Associates.

Most of Halliburton's exposure to asbestos litigation comes from Harbison-Walker Refractories, which Dresser acquired in 1967. Harbison-Walker built large industrial ovens, using asbestos for insulation. Harbison-Walker filed for bankruptcy in early 2002, and is now owned by RHI AG of Vienna, Austria, whose board includes Stanislaus, Prince zu Sayn Wittgenstein-Berleberg.

The full extent of Halliburton's asbestos exposure can not be known, because claims are still being filed; but as of June 30, 2003, some 661,000 asbestos cases had been filed against the company, of which approximately 425,000 remain open. One estimate done for the company projected between $2.2 billion and $3.5 billion in settlements, court judgments, and defense costs through 2052. The uncertainty has caused Halliburton's stock to plunge, particularly in the wake of $100 million in judgments rendered against Halliburton by a Texas court in November 2001, on top of Halliburton's $21 million share of a $150 million court verdict rendered in Mississippi in October 2001. Despite its surge from the recent Iraq contracts, Halliburton's stock is still running about half of its 2000 peak.

In an effort to placate investors, Halliburton has promised to take an aggressive posture toward its asbestos suits, and has rejected—or reneged upon, depending upon whom you believe—a large number of settlements reached by Harbison-Walker. By rejecting these settlements, forcing the claimants back to court, the company is playing a form of chicken, hoping it can reach new, and cheaper, settlement agreements. If it has miscalculated, the penalty could be enormous.

One reason why Halliburton might have dared to play this game is its White House connection to Dick Cheney. BusinessWeek reported in February 2002 that "rumors spread that President Bush would propose limiting corporations' exposure to asbestos litigation in his State of the Union Address" on Jan. 29. That did not happen, and a cloud remains over the company.

Halliburton insists that it is adequately insured against its asbestos claims. That may, or may not be; but even if it has the insurance, that does not necessarily mean it can collect. Much of Halliburton's insurance is with Equitas, the company formed by Lloyd's of London several years back as a place to dump its own asbestos exposure. Equitas's survival depends upon its ability to deny or downsize claims against its insurance policies, just as Halliburton depends upon payment of those claims for its own health. For a company which reported a net loss of $998 million in 2002, these are not small matters.

President Dick Cheney left his Shadow Government on January 20, 2009 after stuffing documents, videos, and other stuff into his pockets.

As vice-president of the Bush Government, Dick Cheney approved of:
Illegal wiretaps
The torture of prisoners
The formation of death squads for his use
Stealing billions of American taxpayer money via the cover of Iraq/Afghanistan
Outing CIA operatives
Protecting al-Qaida/Osama bin Laden’s image
Sending out anthrax to kill liberals
Shooting  Judge in the face with a shotgun during a so-called hunting incident
Giving out billions in no-bid contracts to his cronies at Halliburton Corp.
Cursing A US Senator and so much more.

Sources: Cheney curses senator over Halliburton criticism

Friday, June 25, 2004 Posted: 11:53 AM EDT (1553 GMT)

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Typically a break from partisan warfare, this year's Senate class photo turned smiles into snarls as Vice President Dick Cheney reportedly used profanity toward one senior Democrat, sources said.

Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, who was on the receiving end of Cheney's ire, confirmed that the vice president used profanity during Tuesday's class photo.

A spokesman for Cheney confirmed there was a "frank exchange of views."

Using profanity on the Senate floor while the Senate is session is against the rules. But the Senate was technically not in session at the time and the normal rules did not apply, a Senate official said.

The story, which was recounted by several sources, goes like this:

Cheney, who as president of the Senate was present for the picture day, turned to Leahy and scolded the senator over his recent criticism of the vice president for Halliburton's alleged war profiteering.

Cheney is the former CEO of Halliburton, and Democrats have suggested that while serving in the Bush administration he helped win lucrative contracts for his former firm, including a no-bid contract to rebuild Iraq.

Cheney's office has said repeatedly that the vice president has no role in government contracting and has severed all financial ties with the Texas-based oil services conglomerate.

Cheney was chief executive officer of Halliburton from 1995 to 2000. He resigned when he became George Bush's running mate.

In response to Cheney, Leahy reminded Cheney that the vice president had once accused him of being a bad Catholic, to which Cheney replied either "fuck-off" or "go fuck yourself.

Now out of office is Dick Cheney afraid for his life? Yes, as in July, 2009, he requested an extension on his Secret Service agents.

Cheney's Secret Service protection extended  (click your back Button to return)

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