It also contains references to CIA operations to place subliminal TV broadcasts throughout Australia and NZ, and other countries.
November, 1977: Muldoon introduces the S.I.S Amendment Bill, designed to keep the economy free of obstruction and to help uncover obstructive elements. Telephone taps, mail tampering and other surveillance methods approved after CIA input on contents of legislation.
Late 1977: Muldoon travels to the US to meet top Rockefeller officials, including Trilateralists’ Deputy Secretary of State, Warren Christopher, and Richard Bolbrooke, who were in charge of the new “South Pacific Desk” at the State Department established by Rockefeller to target exploitation of both New Zealand and Australia. In Los Angeles, Muldoon meets top
Rockefeller officials, Robert Anderson (Rockwell Chairman, also Director of Kashoggi’s Security Pacific National Bank) and P. Larkin (Rockwell Director, also Chairman, Executive Committee Security Pacific National Bank and Director of Marac).
April, 1978: Muldoon sets up Petrocorp. New Zealand taxpayers pay for the exploration costs but the oil companies control all distribution outlets. Muldoon blocks development of Maui B as restructured supplies mean higher prices and bigger profits for Shell/BP/Todd. South Island gas market not developed as Great South Basin fields closer than Kapuni. Plans develop for re-opening of National Parks for mineral exploitation.
22nd July, 1978: Director of Australian Federal Bureau of Narcotics suspends his investigation into the Nugan Hand Bank after pressure from the CIA and Australian politicians controlled by Mafia, particularly Malcolm Fraser.
Brierly’s declared assets reach $200 million, with shareholders’ funds only $17 million.
May, 1979: Trilateral Commission secretary Zbignieu Brzezinski appoints Muldoon chairman of Board of Governors of IMF/World Bank on orders of David Rockefeller. Muldoon would head three-man administration committee which included Canadian Finance Minister Mitchell Sharp, key figure in the Mafia Council and the Trilateral Commission. Australian Treasurer McMahon also involved.
8th June, 1979: Michael Hand, Frank Nugan, Brierley and James Fletcher meet in Hand’s Sydney penthouse to discuss the establishment of the New Zealand Mafia organisation.
Mid- 1979: Gulf Oil using its man Brierley, begins operations designed to capture key sectors of the economy. A.B Consolidated restructured into the Goodman Group and Goodman to run operations but with the majority of the stock held by IEL and Brierley using Shell companies plus dummy corporations.
* Strategy: To take over food and produce resources, Brierley and Fletcher restructured a small private company, H.W. Smith, using Cyril Smith as Chairman but with key executives Judge, Collins and McKenzie. Bob Jones helps.
Private company used, as no Commerce Commission control, accounts not published, no public disclosure of transactions. Bunting is established as a shell company and the South Island is targeted for asset-stripping and takeover, as well as key sectors of theautomobile industry.
Unlimited funds channelled through City Realties, NZUC and Marac extends Travelodge operations by buying control of Transholdings, which has strategic holdings in Vacation Hotels and Tourist Corp. Fiji Holdings.
17th August, 1979: New Zealand Mafia inaugral meeting in Sydney including Hand, Brierley, Fletcher, Goodman, R.Trotter, Alan Hawkins and L.Papps.
Key sectors of the economy would be taken over- food, using Goodman; forestry and farming, using Fletcher and Trotter; property, using Brierley and Jones. Brierley, Hand and Papps would be responsible for banking, insurance and finance, while Hand and Hawkins would be responsible for setting up new “laundry” channels into New Zealand.
The economy would be taken over using cheap loans of less than 5%, while consumers would pay 28%.
October, 1979: BP Oil begis $100 million joint venture deal with Fletcher and Trotter at Tasman.
Muldoon makes secret deal with oil companies which effectively robs New Zealand taxpayers by giving Shell/BP/Todd the Maui Gas deal. Normally the granting of drilling rights on public land is done using a worldwide system which incorporates an auction tender system. Muldoon bypassed this. Also, Shell/BP/Todd pays no tax on Kapuni profits, while putting funds into
19th November, 1979: Secret meeting in Auckland between Muldoon, Fletcher and Trotter to transfer 43% Tasman Pulp and Paper held by New Zealand Government to Challenge Corporation (Chairman Trotter) and Fletchers. Tasman has lucrative 75-year contract for cheap timber signed in 1955.
Muldoon paid off with a $1 million ‘non-repayable’ loan – $500,000 to be paid into account number 8746665 at New Hebrides branch of the Australian International Bank.
November, 1979: Muldoon drops restrictions on foreign investment. AMAX (Standard Oil of California subsidiary) captures the Martha Hill goldmine.
Muldoon unveils the Government’s plans (instructed by Rockefeller) to form New Zealand into an offshore production base for the multi-national corporations as benefits include government export incentives, stable government, cheap labour, and so on.
27th November, 1979: Gerald Parsky’s lieutenant, David Kennedy, meets Muldoon to deliver $US100,000 cash to Muldoon for implementing the Internationalists’ Mafia Think Big plans.
These plans began with big contracts and guaranteed profits for the Seven Sisters, Bechtel, Mitsubishi, Mitsui, Nippon Steel, Internationalists’ Mafia banks.
With the experimental petroleum plant, the oil price has to be $50/barrel to be profitable, yet Mobil’s profits are guaranteed.
New Zealand Steel is to be expanded 500%, even though there was a global steel glut of 50%.
Fletchers own 10% of New Zealand Steel and are majority stockholders in Pacific Steel and control monopoly over wire rod, reinforcing steel. Also, New Zealand taxpayers subsidise Fletchers’ profits.
Muldoon introduces the National Development Bill with ‘fast-track’ legislation, to keep the economy ‘free of obstruction’ for long-term monopolisation. C.E.R. plan introduced, designed to integrate the economies of Australia and New Zealand with the Trilateral Commission for the purpose of exploiting the South Pacific countries and as a ‘back-door’ entrance into China – the world’s largest untapped consumer market. New Zealand is also the closest country to Antarctica, which has a vast mineral resource for future exploitation.
“Think Big” projects begin, even though Muldoon aware of studies that show New Zealand could conserve up to 40% of energy consumption using existing technology, which would mean funds could be invested elsewhere to lower consumer prices, lower inflation rates, less demand for imported oil and increased imployment by creating new industry to manufacture and install
energy-saving technology. None of these options seriously considered as all would lessen profits for members of the Rockefeller organisations.
December 1979: Muldoon unveils ‘stage two’ of a four-stage plan to exploit the Great South Basin discovery. Plan prepared by Trilateralist ‘Think Tank’ – the Brookings Institute.
‘Stage Two’ includes methanol plant and synthetic petrol plant, which would initially use gas from the Maui field and later would link with underwater gas pipe from Campbell Island.
With the New Zealand Steel 500% expansion, ‘stage three’ of the project and Think Big contracts to go to Bechtel, Fluor Corp., Mitsubishi, Mitsui, Nippon Steel, etc. All investments would be financed by the New Zealand taxpayer.
17th January, 1980: $500,000 deposited in Muldoon’s account number 8746665 at the Australian International Bank, being the final payment for the Tasman deal.
Early 1980: Kashoggi Travelodge operations extended with affiliation agreement between Dominion Breweries and Western International Hotels (Seattle First National Bank).
May, 1980: Mafia’s Nugan Hand banking operation crashes after Frank Nugan killed. Death ruled as suicide even though no fingerprints found on the rifle. Maloney, Houghton, Yates and Hand shred important documents, but miss some. CIA helps Hand and Bank President Donald Beasley escape to the U.S. The CIA and Australian Security Intelligence Organisation cover
everything up. Beazley appointed President of Miami City National Bank, run by Alberto Dugue for ‘laundering’ profits from the CIA Colombian cocaine operation.
There is a probability that Michael Hand killed Frank Nugan because of his involvement with Hand’s fiancee.
25th May, 1980: Colby arrived in Australia to discuss replacement of the Nugan Hand Bank with Hand, Brierley, and Seldon. Immediate funding available from Sydney branch of the Deak Bank, a separate CIA operation, and IEL would be used to buy NZI Corp., to prepare for future laundering operations.
Maloney, Houghton, Yates, and Hand would shred all documents leading back to the New Zealand Great South Basin connection, and the CIA would help Hand and Bank President Donald Beazley escape to the USA. The CIA and ASIO
would also cover everything up.
Hand and Beazley turn up in Miami – Beazley appointed President and Hand ‘consultant’ to the Miami City National Bank, but also Hand turned up in El Salvador to help organise bankrolling of the Contras with other ex- members of Nugan-Hand.
23rd June, 1980: New Zealand Mafia, including Brierley, Fletcher, Trotter, Jones, Hawkins, Goodman, and Papps meet in Wellington to discuss merger of Fletcher Challenge and Tasman.
In order to replace Nugan Hand Bank’s 22 world-wide branches, quick moves are made to buy control of NZI by New Zealand Mafia using Brierley, thereby capturing an established, world-wide organisation through the Hong Kong and
Shanghai Bank, which is also linked to the CIA through its subsidiary, World Finance Corporation.
Late 1980: Fletchers, with strong Rockefeller links, obtains lucrative contracts on US Bases in the Pacific and joint ventures in Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
Control extended over New Zealand natural resources – Fletcher Challenge and Tasman Pulp and Paper merged. NZFP takes control of M.S.D. Spiers and Moore Le Messurier (Aust). Brierley begins joint venture with NZFP through Williamson and Jeffrey. I.E.L, through Goodman, buys 20% of Watties and begins cross-shareholding agreement. Goodman continues buying up control
of NZ bakeries and flour- mills.
February, 1981: TNL., Brierley, AMOIL and MIM Holdings begin joint gold mining operation. MIM major shareholder is ASARCO (US), whose Chairman, Barber, is also Director of Chase Manhattan Bank.
New Zealand Insurance and South British merger.
Parliamentarians For World Order – Richard Prebble elected one of twelve councillors.
Fletcher and Papps (Chairman UEB) sell their hotel operations to Singaporian interest clossely associated with the Pritzker family – owners of the Hyatt Hotel chain. Bueton Kanter, Pritzker family lawyer and Director of Hyatt Hotels, who helped arrange the deal, was an old family partner of Paul Helliwell (CIA paymaster for the Bay of Pigs fiasco) and had helped the Pritzker family set up tax shelters using the CIA’s Mercantile Bank and Trust and the Castle Bank, which had been set up by Helliwell for ‘laundering’ profits from the Onassis heroin operations as well as ‘skim money’ from the Hughes casino operations in Las Vegas.
Others who used these banks include Richard Nixon, Bebe Rozo, Robert Vesco, Teamsters Union, etc.
12th March, 1981: Brierley calls secret meeting in Auckland, which includes Jones, Fletcher, Hawkins, Papps and Burton Kanter, to discuss transfer of the Fletcher Challenge and UEB hotel operations to the Singapore front company controlled by the Pritzker family.
20th July, 1981: Parsky, Colby, Brierley and Seldon meet in Sydney with two new members, Kerry Packer and Alan Bond.
Chase Manhattan and Security Pacific National Bank will acquire 60% of Packer’s company, with the stock being held in Australia, and 35% Bond’s company, with the stock being held in Hong Kong.
August 1981: Gulf Oil, using Brierley, strengthens its hold over New Zealand natural resources. Cue Energy launched, starring Lawrey and Gunn. NZOG launched with strategic holdings by Jones, Renouf and Brierley with licences in PPD 38206 and 38204 – both next to Hunt’s Great South Basin discovery, NZOG also controls 80 million tonnes of coal through the Pike River Coal Company.
Brierley-controlled Wellington Gas, Christchurch Gas, Auckland and Hawkes Bay Gas and Dual Fuel Systems (Australasia) which controls the vehicle gas conversion market.
Liquigas Limited set up to distribute LPG, controlled by Shell/BP/Todd and Fletcher Challenge.
15th February, 1982: Brierley calls New Zealand meeting – Jones, Fletcher, Trotter, Hawkins, Goodman and Papps. New members include Bruce Judge, J. Fernyhough, and Frank Renouf.
With Muldoon about to deregulate the liquor industry, Brierley and Fernyhough plan to buy up the New Zealand liquor industry, along with its outlets, Lion Breweries and Rothmans to help.
Brierley will do the same in Australia. J.R. Fletcher becomes Managing Director of Brierley’s Dominion Breweries to oversee operations. Rothmans and Brierley (through Goodman) have equal holdings in Saudicapital Corp. Lion Directors Myers and Fernyhough also stockholders in NZOG.
Fletcher and Brierley begin their takeover of the freezing works industry. FCL buys into South Island works while Brierley begins takeover of Waitaki NZR through Watties with the help of Athol Hutton.
With Think Big projects beginning, Fletcher and Trotter plan to take strategic holdings in NZ Cement, Wilkins Davies, Steel & Tube etc., and Brierley would use Renouf to take 3% stake of the Martha Hill gold-mine.
Also targetted are clothing, footwear, carpet manufacture and more of the auto industry for takeover and monopolisation.
June, 1982: Meantime, in Australia, an new money funnel begins. H.W Smith buys to obscure South Pine Quarries, which is renamed Ariadne (Aust). South Pine Quarries owns 50% of Coal-Liquid Inc., with the other half owned by US Defence contractors McDonnellDouglas. Coal-Liquid renamed Impala Securities.
The common link between Gulf Oil and McDonnell Douglas is the CIA’s Mercantile Bank and Trust, which both companies use for world-wide bribery and payoff operations. McDonnell Douglas officials McKeough and G.T.Hawkins later appointed directors of Impala Securities.
US links strengthened through Industrial Equity Pacific, which acquires part of Higbee Company in Cleveland, which in turn is closely linked to the National City Bank of Cleveland. This bank is closely associated with Gulf Oil’s bank, Pittsburgh National and Mellon Bank.
Bruce Judge installed as Ariadne manager.
July, 1982: Media takeover begins. Brierley takes 24% NZ News Ltd and begins buying up private radio. Rupert Murdoch helps.
27th July, 1982. Brierley, Jones and Goodman meet in Auckland with two Japanese members of the Trilateral Commission to discuss integration of the New Zealand economy into the Pacific Rim economy. Trilateralists include: Takeshi Watanabe (Japanese Chairman of Trilateral Commission) and Daigo Miyado (Chairman Sanwa Bank).
The Japan/New Zealand Business Council would be established to co-ordinate policy with Goodman appointed as Chairman.
17th August, 1982: Inauguration of restructured US Mafia Council – rulers include David Rockefeller, responsible for Banking; John McCloy; Redman Rockefeller and J.D. Rockefeller, who would run the Seven Sisters.
Second-tier Council includes:
* Gerald Parsky – responsible for heroin and cocaine operations
* William Simon – responsible for running the Presidency, Cabinet, etc
* Katherine Graham – link to arms manufacturers
* Zbigniew Brzezinski – link to National Security Council and CIA
* George S. Franklin – link to FBI
Third-tier Council includes:
* Zbigniew Brzezinski – Secretary
* Gerald Parsky – Heroin Cocaine operations
* William Colby – crack operations, assassinations
* John N. Perkins – banking, laundering
* Leonard Woodcock – labour, unions
* Mitchell Sharp – banking
* William Simon – presidency, Cabinet
* Ernest C. Arbuckly – arms manufacturers
* George W. Bull – Bildrberg and Council of Foreign Relations
* Katherine Graham – arms manufacturers
* Alden W. Clausen – World Bank, IMF
* Willam T. Coleman – CIA
* Archibald K. Davis – media, radio, television, and newspapers
* George S. Franklin – FBI, and Trilateral Commission co-ordinator
* J.D. Rockefeller – to “spy” on the 15 man council.
September, 1982: Goodman now helps establish the Japan/New Zealand Council with the Bank of Tokyo and the Industrial Bank of Japan. Tokai Pulp Co. buys shareholding in NZFP, which also begins joint venture with Shell Oil.
Fletcher Challenge strengthens links with the Rockefeller organisation by acquiring the Canadian operations of Crown Zellerbach, whose chairman is also director of Gulf Oil. Crown Zellerbach Corp. has direct connections to Rockefeller through directors Mumford, Hendrickson and Granville, to United California Bank through Roth and to the Bank of America through
Chairman C.R. Dahl.
Meanwhile, Robert Jones Investments floated to extend operations of City Realties, Ilmond Properties, Chase Corp., etc. The Commerce Building in Auckland sold to Robert Jones Investments by Robert Jones Holdings for $950,000 when recently it was offered on the market for $200,000. A quick $750,000 for Jones. Robert Jones Investments was set up by Brierley, Jones
8th December, 1982: Mitchell Sharp heads top-level Mafia meeting in San Francisco. Others include Parsky, Perkins, Woodcock and C.R. Dahl – Chairman of Crown Zellermach.
Also present are – Brierley, Trotter, Fletcher and Seldon. Meeting to discuss Great South Basin exploitation strategy withfirst priority being monopolisation of the economy; second priority to establish oil refineries and related industries; third to integrate New Zealand economy into Trilateral economy and, fourth, to concentrate power back to the U.S through the Seven Sisters, Chase Manhattan and Security Pacific National Bank.
Fletcher Challenge will link New Zealand economy directly to the U.S by merging with Canadian subsidiary of Crown Zellerbach with funds provided by Security Pacific National Bank and United Californian Bank.
Brierley, Fletcher, Trotter and Seldon will be New Zealand Ruling Council, headed by Brierley, who would take orders from Gerald Parsky.
Mid-1983: Brierley’s Ariadne (Aust) takes control of Repco (NZ) through Repco (Aust), therby taking control of key auto-related industry, helped by Borg Warner and Honeywell – which are closely associated with IEL through International Harvester, Continental Illinois Bank and the First National Bank of Chicago. Toyota and Nissan also help so that Brierley now largest
distributor of auto and industrial parts, largest manufacturer of pistons, filters and engine bearings, as well as biggest supplier of forklifts, tractors and agricultural equipment.
Meantime, control is extended over the Great South Basin oil source with Hunt, after big losses resulting from trying to corner the world’s silver market, being forced to sell out some of his concession to Gulf Oil, which uses Brierley to set up a new company – Southern Petroleum – which takes a 14.5% interest. Hunt retains overall control with 45.5%, Petro-Corp has 40% and Chairman F. Orr, also a Director of Brierley – controlled Watties.
Brierley, through Goodman, takes control of TNL Group and its subsidiaries NZ Motor Bodies and L & M Mining, which has 15% interest in the Chatham Rise, right next to the Hunt concession.
Southern Petroleum set up by Brierley in New Zealand was spearheaded by the Seven Sisters’ companies with Gerald Parsky and William Colby initiators. Southern Petroleum to include 21% of the Great South Basin held by gulf and Mobil Oil. 90% of this stock held in Australia through IEL (ie Brierley’s).
11-12th May, 1983: New Zealand Mafia meet in Cook Islands. Includes Brierley, Trotter, Fletcher, Jones, Hawkins, Goodman, Pappas, Judge, Renouf, and Fernyhough. New members include A. Gibbs, McConnell, H.Fletcher and O.Gunn. Japanese Trilateralists Takeshi Wataneve and Daigo Miyado discuss ‘integration’ of New Zealand into the Pacific Rim economies.
A new political party would be established using Jones and financed by the New Zealand Mafia Council.
* Reason: Parsky and Colby wanted Muldoon out because he had ‘welched’ on a deal to set up two US military deep-water submarine bases planned for Dusky Sound and Guards Bay in the South Island. Parsky, Brierley and Ray Cline hold a separate meeting to discuss the purchase of New Zealand politicians, including Lange, Douglas and Bolger.
Cline was ‘consultant’ to the CIA’s Deak Bank, took orders from Colby, and was responsible for the 10 Australian politicians on the CIA’s payroll, including Bjelke Petersen, I. Sinclair, Keating, McMullen, M.Fraser, D. Anthony, K. Newman, J Carrick, B. Cowan and R. Connor.
Cline outlines CIA plan to begin subliminal television advertising.
22nd June, 1983: New Zealand politician J. Bolger meets Ray Cline in Sydney and agrees to join the organisation for a monthly fee of $US20,000 to be paid into account number GA1282117 at Geneva branch of Credit Swisse.
20th July, 1983: New Zealand politician R. Douglas meets Ray Cline in Wellington and agrees to join the organisation for a monthly fee of $US10,000 to be paid into account number 3791686 at the Sydney Branch of the Deak Bank.
July 1983: Parsky launches a new front company, Chase Corporation, with 25% of the stock being held through Security Pacific National Bank in Australia and 25% held in Hong Kong by Chase Manhattan. Brierley and Hawkins set up a ‘back-door’ listing to cover up true-ownership.
August, 1983: Muldoon imposes withholding tax on all ofshore borrowing.
Chase Manhattan, United California Bank and Brierley begin new banking operation in New Zealand to take over the International Harvester Credit Co (NZ), Australasian Investment Company. Participants include Chase Manhattan’s Kuwait Asia Bank, D.F.C., Saudicorp (Brierley has 12% through Goodman) and United California, represented by National Insurance which is
part of Equus Holdings.
Renouf sells 20% NZUC to Barclays and prepared for expanding of operations with Brierley.
Meantime, Murdoch and Brierley expand their close ties by each taking a piece of New Zealand Maritime Holdings and with the election imminent, divide up New Zealand media for takeover to increase Mafia control. NZ News buys Hawkes Bay News, Nelson Tribune, Timaru Herald, etc. Brierley increases holding in Hauraki Enterprises and other private radio stations.
Brierley and Murdoch have majority stockholding in NZPA with 48.5%, while in the UK, Murdoch has large stockholding in Reuters.
The phoney news becomes THE news.
Head of the Murdoch operation is Burnett, who is also on the board of Winstones – a Brierley company.
September, 1983: With global heroin epidemic, Rockefeller expands operations to recycle profits.
New Zealand South British sets up the IDAPS computer bureau to establish international holding companies, dummy corporations, etc and to pursue aggressive global acquisition programme. IDAPS linked to satellite bureaux in Australia, Far East, UK and the US, where the global network is completed through links with the Rockefeller organisation computer network.
General Manager of the operation, George Wheller, previously director of the international operators of Firemen’s Fund (US), Chairman Du Bain, director of the United California Bank, and Vice-Chairman of Amex.
As part of the expanded laundry operation, Rockefeller associate Adnan Kashoggi establishes new Australian bank – Security Pacific National Bank (Aust). Brierley’s part of this operation is to buy up computer companies such as Andas, CID Distributors (NZ Apple computer franchise,etc).
Investment companies begin operations in Australia and New Zealand to assist recycle Mafia profits.
October 1983: Brierley takes over NZFP through Watties, helped by newly-appointed chairman Papps. Papps also chairman of NZ Railways and presided over transport deregulation, the major beneficiaries of which include Watties and Freightways – Managing Director Pettigrew and Director Lang also both on the NZFP board with Papps.
Papps also responsible for the railways’ electrification programme with big contracts for Cory Wright & Slamon, whose directors include I.I McKay, also on the board of NZFP.
Late 1983: AMAX (Social) gives Gulf Oil a share in the Martha Hill gold bonanza by selling 15% of its holdings to Brierley through Goodmans. Oil companies say that only $870 million worth of minerals in Martha Hill, while true figure is closer to $3 billion.Source