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The Volcker Commission, an establishment in New York, named two British companies and named the Mujahedin-e Khalq via London as receiving 36 million barrels of oil from Saddam Hussein's regime illegally.

In an interview with Press TV, Peter Rushton, a historian and political observer in London, speaks about how to deal western countries with terrorist groups, including MEK.
Following is a transcript of the interview.
The Mujahedin-e Khalq [Organization] (MKO), a terrorist organization, was operating here in London through front companies that were named in New York by the Volcker Commission looking at oil subsidies, illegal payments by the Saddam regime.
The Volcker Commission, an establishment in New York, named two British companies and named the Mujahedin-e Khalq via London as receiving 36 million barrels of oil from Saddam Hussein's regime illegally.
The British government did absolutely nothing about that, even when it was reported in 2005 by the Volcker Commission, even though parts of it were reported by the New York Times in 2007.
The British government has preferred to go after a few smaller players in this oil kick-back scandal supposedly to do with Saddam's regime and has deliberately not touched this scandal involving a terrorist group and its front companies, two British front companies, one of them called century marketing based here in London.
If western governments are going to get serious about terrorism they should be looking at things on their own soil.

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