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March 19, 2008

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Gourmet Government Agencies:

San Francisco Federal Building
450 Golden Gate Ave.
(Nancy Pelosi’s office is on the 14th floor.)
Not on Map

New Federal Building
90 7th St.
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U.S. Army Recruiting Office
670 Davis St.
Map Code: A

Export-Import Bank of the United States
250 Montgomery St.
Map Code: B

The Export-Import Bank – an arm of the U.S. government – has been heavily involved in Iraqi reconstruction contracts.

Palatable Politicians:

San Francisco Democratic Party
155 Sansome Street #520
Map Code: C

Dianne Feinstein’s office
1 Post St # 2450
Map Code: D

Crunchable Consulates

British Consulate-General (Suite 850) and Citigroup (Suite 2600)
1 Sansome St.
Map Code: G

Even after a large draw-down under Prime Minister Brown, Britain still has about 4500 troops in Iraq.

Citigroup is KBR’s banker. KBR is the largest recipient of Iraq contracts.

Consulate General of Israel
456 Montgomery St. #2100
Map Code: F

Irresistible Iraqi War Profiteers:

URS Corp. Headquarters and Carlyle Group office
Transamerica Pyramid
600 Montgomery St.
Map Code: 1

The Carlyle Group has been the leading private equity investor in military industries for more than a decade.

Bechtel Corp.
50 Beale St.
Map Code: 2

Bechtel had $5.4 billion in total military revenues 2003-2006 (26th biggest U.S. military contractor), and $2.3 billion in Iraq contracts 2003-2007. (Bechtel withdrew its Iraq operations in 2007.)

Chevron Energy Solutions
345 California St. # 18
Map Code: 3

Through the International Tax & Investment Center, Chevron has lobbied for the passage of the Iraqi Oil Law and the privatization of Iraq’s oil resources. Chevron execs also met with the Iraqi National Congress in 2002 to divide up Iraq’s oil reserves.

Parsons Corp.
50 Fremont Street, Suite 1500
Map Code: 4

Parsons had $5.87 billion in Iraq contracts.

AT&T
611 Folsom St.
Map Code: 5

AT&T had at least $1.12 billion in U.S. military revenues during 2004-7. In 2006, whistleblower Mark Klein alleged that in Room 641A of AT&T’s 611 Folsom facility, the NSAoperated an intercept facility, to monitor all data crossing the Internet.

Booz Allen Hamilton
101 California St # 3300
Map Code: 7

BAH had $7.75 billion in U.S. military contracts 2003-2006, making it the 17th biggest U.S. military contractor.

Farm-Fresh Financiers

Carlyle Group , Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley
555 California St., Floor 34
Map Code: 8

For Carlyle, see above.

Goldman Sachs is a major underwriter for KBR, the former Halliburton subsidiary that is the biggest Iraq contractor. Goldman Sachs contributed $390,600 to Bush’s campaign in 2004 (5th biggest contributor). Morgan Stanley is a major underwriter for URS, the 2nd biggest Iraq contractor (see above). Morgan Stanley contributed $600,480 to Bush’s campaign in 2004 (biggest contributor).

Blum Capital Partners
909 Montgomery St.
Map Code: 9

Blum Capital Partners owns 23.7% of URS Corp. (see above). Its owner, Richard Blum, is married to Dianne Feinstein; Blum sits on the board of URS and Perini, both of which have major contracts in Iraq.

Credit Suisse
650 California, 31st Floor
Map Code: 10

Credit Suisse is a major underwriter for Kellogg Brown & Root, the former Halliburton subsidiary that is the biggest Iraq contractor. Credit Suisse contributed $331,040 to Bush’s campaign in 2004 (7th biggest contributor).

Delectable News Media

NBC KNTV
848 Battery St.
Map Code: 11

NBC’s parent corporation, General Electric, had $14.6 billion in total military revenues during 2003-2006 (10th biggest U.S. military contractor), and $8.5 million in Iraq contracts during 2003-2006.

Fox News
901 Battery St.
Map Code: 12

Fox News blatantly advocated for the Iraq War, and essentially served as a propaganda mouthpiece for the Bush Administration.

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