A mind-blowing story has just hit headlines as we hear word of Delaware’s Port about to be sold to Saddam Hussein’s Weapons Chief.
The Port of Wilmington in Delaware is about to have a new owner, Gulftainer. Gulftainer is a Middle East-based company looked over by Dr. Hamid Jafar, Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction chief and owned by his sons.
This company currently has three active contracts with the Russians. And of course the Democrats completely approve of this sale. You definitely can’t make this news story up, and it needs to be stopped immediately!
According to 100percentfedup:
Big League Politics is reporting that the Port of Wilmington in Delaware is about to be sold to Gulftainer, a Middle East-based company overseen by Dr. Hamid Jafar, Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction chief, and owned by his sons.
The Port of Wilmington is a full-service, deepwater port and marine terminal strategically located on 308 acres at the confluence of the Delaware and Christina Rivers. Delaware’s Port is the first major port on the Delaware River – only 63 miles or 4 hours from the Atlantic Ocean.
Gulftainer, the UAE-based ports company operating Florida’s Port Canaveral cargo container terminal despite the company’s ties to Saddam Hussein’s nuclear WMD program, is in a joint venture with Russian Technologies (Rostec). Rostec exports Russia’s Trojan Horse Club-K container cruise missile weapons system.
Watch this short video to see who Dr. Hamid Jafar is, and understand how insane this deal to sell a major strategic US port to him.
This isn’t the first major US port the Gulftainer Company has purchased. Barack Obama’s regime handed over control of the second largest port in America, to Dr. Jafar Dhia Jafar, the brother of Dr. Hamid Jafar after a Clinton pay-to-play scandal in 2016.
After an apparent Clinton pay-to-play operation, Barack Hussein Obama administration officials handed over control of Port Canaveral’s cargo container operations to the brother of Saddam Hussein’s chief WMD nuclear physicist, Dr. Jafar Dhia Jafar.
Port Canaveral is home to a U.S. Navy submarine base and sits within the nexus of U.S. Air Force and NASA space operations. Canaveral is also the second largest cruise ship port in the world.
The “secretly-negotiated” 2014 backroom deal, code named “Project Pelican,” covertly awarded the Crescent Group’s GT USA LLC a 35-year container terminal lease at Port Canaveral. GT USA is owned by Gulftainer Company Limited, a unit of the United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based Crescent Group of Companies.
Crescent Petroleum, another Crescent Group affiliate, came under investigation in 1993 by the U.S. Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control and three House of Representatives committees (Foreign Affairs, Banking, and Ways and Means) to determine if Crescent Petroleum, the “privately owned” oil and gas company, was a “front company acting for Saddam Hussein,” according to The Independent and congressional records. –The American Report
Dr. Jafar’s nephews Majid and Badr Jafar, both engineers, operate Crescent alongside their father Hamid Jafar and Dr. Jafar, CEO of Crescent’s engineering unit.
Treasury Secretary Jacob “Jack” Lew, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), refused to order U.S. intelligence officials to conduct a “National Security Threat Analysis” of Crescent’s Port Canaveral transaction.
On December 15, 2013, six months before Port Canaveral’s June 23, 2014 Project Pelican announcement, Gulftainer Managing Director Peter Richards told the UAE government-owned newspaper The National that a Gulftainer deal with a U.S. port was imminent and that “We’ve been given a green light. We’ve been looking at two locations in the US, but will choose one.” Richards declined to name the port on the “East coast of America,” adding that “discussions with American ports operators had been handled ‘very carefully.’”
During the January 2014 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, attended by Crescent Enterprises CEO Badr Jafar, Crescent Group Vice-Chairman Majid Jafar, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, and Secretary Lew, Badr Jafar coyly smirked as he bragged to a CNBC reporter that Crescent’s Gulftainer would soon be “owning and operating” a port “on the East Coast of America.”
On a recent episode of Howley Reports, Patrick Howley breaks down what’s really going on in Delaware as the General Assembly is about to vote on the sale of a massive strategic U.S. port to a company that has three active contracts with the Russians.
The Democratic Party approves of this sale.
Watch, as Big League Politics investigative reporter, Patrick Howley, breaks down the details of the unbelievable story that includes “Tiger funds” (which means taxpayer dollars) that will be used to help fund the deal that will help Saddam Hussein’s chief weapons of mass destruction scientist purchase an important American port on the Atlantic Ocean. Howley also outlines Gulftainer’s ties to the Russians: