p1000786.jpg
p1000788.jpg
p1000789.jpg
p1000790.jpg
p1000791.jpg
p1000795.jpg
p1000796.jpg
p1000800.jpg
p1000802.jpg
p1000803.jpg
p1000805.jpg
p1000808.jpg
p1000809.jpg
p1000810.jpg
p1000811.jpg
p1000812.jpg
p1000814.jpg
p1000815.jpg
p1000816.jpg
p1000817.jpg
p1000820.jpg
p1000821.jpg
p1000822.jpg
p1000824.jpg
p1000826.jpg
p1000830.jpg
p1000831.jpg
p1000832.jpg
p1000834.jpg
p1000837.jpg
p1000839.jpg
p1000840.jpg
p1000841.jpg
p1000843.jpg
p1000844.jpg
p1000845.jpg
p1000846.jpg

Pirate Steven `Long John' Barnes, 30, of London said of the party "Shiver me timbers but the occupying forces in Iraq have discovered buried treasure in a big way! So much oil, so much wealth to exploit. But they'd be powerless to make the most of it if it weren't for the work of companies like Windrush. Corporations are digging for treasure even as we speak and that's thanks to Windrush and people like them."

Pirate Yasmin `Bluebeard' Khan, 24, of London said "OOh aah, me hearties. We pirates know all about breaking the law and getting rich and that's just what Windrush are doing! And while we usually get just pieces of eight, these guys are digging into a treasure chest worth billions. The only disappointment is that the casualties have, unfortunately, been in proportion to the wealth - sad to say, but the skull and cross bones has sure got some blood on it."

Windrush Communications Ltd is the British company responsible for organising the Iraq Procurement Conferences. These regular events gather together multinational corporations and the US puppets that represent occupied Iraq, to "realise the enormous trade and investment potential of Iraq". That is, to plan and discuss the sell-off of Iraq' assets, properties and and resources, all in contravention of international law (Hague Regulations of 1907 and Geneva Conventions 1949).
(UK Indymedia)

Images ©2005 Jeff Parks