The Safari Club
The Safari Club was an alliance of powerful intelligence services that formed in 1976 to greatly influence matters of Geo-political interests in the Middle East and Africa. The members of this club were the following:
United States (Indirectly)
Each major branch of the intelligence field would work with one another providing funding and military arms. The Safari Club, and especially the Saudi intelligence agency led by Kamal Adham and then his nephew Prince Turki bin Faisal Al Saud from 1979 onwards, fund off-the-books covert operations for the CIA. But rather than working with the CIA as it is being reformed during the Carter administration, this group prefers to work with a private CIA made up of fired agents close to ex-CIA Director George H. W. Bush and Theodore Shackley.
The Safari Club and rogue CIA will play a major role in supporting the mujahideen in Afghanistan. Including funding Hizb al-Islami leader, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, who saw most of his support come form the intelligence agency of Pakistan the Inter Services Intelligence Agency (ISI) and the CIA. Kamal Adham transformed a small Pakistani merchant bank, the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI), into a worldwide money-laundering machine, buying banks around the world to create the biggest clandestine money network in history.”
BCCI was founded in 1972 by a Pakistani named Agha Hasan Abedi, who was an associate of Adham’s. Bush himself has an account at BCCI established while he was still director of the CIA until it was liquidated for fabricating loan accounts and for loaning money to Mujahideen in Afghanistan. It is reported that the Safari Club no longer exists, but the secrecy surrounding this entity remains closely guarded.