British Petroleum, Goldman Sachs, And The Inter-Alpha Group
June 9, 2010 • 10:24AM

What do British Petroleum, Goldman Sachs, and the Inter-Alpha Group of Banks have in common? For one thing, they are tools of the British Empire, dedicated to destroying the United States and all vestiges of national sovereignty on the planet. For another, they are all criminal enterprises, which corrupt everything they touch. And third, they are all polluters on a massive scale: BP does it with oil, while Goldman Sachs and the Inter-Alpha Group do it with derivatives and other forms of casino finance. In that regard, we repeat something that we have reported before: they all come together in the form of Sir Peter Sutherland, KCMG. That KCMG, in case you were wondering, means that Sir Peter is a Knight Commander of the British Monarchy's Order of St. Michael and St. George.

Peter the British "Knight" is a good example of how incestuous is the small circle of people who think they have the right to control, and destroy, our lives. Since 1995, he has been the chairman of Goldman Sachs International, the London arm of the New York-based parasite bank. From 1997-2009, he was the chairman of BP. And, from 2001-2009, he was a director of the Royal Bank of Scotland, a member of the Inter-Alpha Group. In addition, from 1989-1993, he was chairman of Allied Irish Banks, another Inter-Alpha bank. As you can see, for some eight years Sutherland was simultaneously at BP, Goldman Sachs, and RBS. That's an indictable offense!

Sutherland is also the chairman of the notorious London School of Economics, and a member of the supervisory board of Allianz, one of the world's largest insurance companies. He is a former European Commissioner, and the former director of GATT and the World Trade Organization. He has been called "Mr. Globalization" for his efforts to turn the world over to the empire and its cartels. All in all, a thoroughly despicable character.