Memo to Chevron: start slipping money (under the table) to the Lexington Institute
L. Argentina's Cristina Kirchner with chum and mentor-in-theft.
R. Former Sherritt CEO Ian Delaney with partner-in-crime.
The Castro brothers stole Freeport Sulphur's Moa nickel plant at Soviet gunpoint and handed it over to Canada's Sherritt International.
Sherritt (as uncovered by Babalu) now slips money under the table to the Lexington Institute to discretely perfume their position as accessories to theft.
Recently Argentina's Cristina Kirchner stole the assets of Spain's Repsol in Argentina. But her government-owned oil co. YSP does business with Chevron.
So now an enraged Repsol--trying to stick it to Kirchner and Argentina's State oil co. YSP--is threatening legal action against Chevron!
Repsol had threatened legal action against companies that invest in (Argentina's) YPF after Argentina seized control of the Spanish firm's majority stake in the energy company in April.
"Repsol will continue to take all legal action necessary to protect its interests" in YPF, a Repsol spokesman said on Monday, confirming a Reuters report that a Madrid court was studying a case brought by the Spanish company.
It's nice to see Spanish companies (who surpass Canadian companies in their lust to traffic in property looted from Cubans at Castroite gunpoint) themselves getting looted by Kirchner. And now Chevron--who suddenly finds itself a partner with Argentina's looter regime--might face some music.
Lexington Institute's, Cuba Expert Phil Peters
“Canada’s Sherritt works quietly in Washington... recently it has given money to a former State Department employee, Phil Peters, to advance its interests. The money to Peters goes through contributions to the Lexington Institute, where Peters is a vice president. Because the Lexington Institute is a 501© (3) not-for-profit, there is no public record of Sherritt’s funding. This has allowed Peters to advise and direct the Cuba Working Group (a Congressional anti-embargo cabal) in ways beneficial to Sherritt while presenting himself to the Group as an objective think-tank scholar.”
In brief: One of the Castro regime’s top business partners funnels under-the-table payments to America’s top anti-embargo publicist, who is invariably billed as an “impartial scholarly expert” in every media mention.
When Chevron "spokespersons" start bewailing the U.S. "embargo" of Cuba, we'll know they took this post's advice.