Gulftainer is a Middle-Eastern based ports management company that operates Delaware’s Port of Wilmington. The Obama administration brought Gulftainer into the United States with its first lease at Florida’s Port Canaveral, bypassing the required CFIUS National Security Threat Analysis. Gulftainer illegally blocked Wawa from its fuel supplies at the tank farm adjacent to the Port of Wilmington. Wawa is a Pennsylvania-based chain of convenience store gas stations with nearly 900 locations on the East Coast of the United States.

Gulftainer attempted to extort $1 million in “fees” in exchange for allowing the Wawa tanker trucks to access their own fuel supply. Daily, 150 Wawa fuel tanker trucks load fuel from that tank farm to supply 200 Wawa gas stations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia. Gulftainer blocked U.S. fuel supply lines to five states amid the Coronavirus pandemic National Emergency. Gulftainer is owned by Iraqi Hamid Dhia Jafar, the brother and business partner of Dr. Jafar Dhia Jafar. Dr Jafar was Saddam Hussein’s nuclear weapons mastermind on the Pentagon’s Operation Iraqi Freedom ‘Blacklist,’ wanted for capture or kill. Hamid Dhia Jafar was under investigation by the U.S. government for his ‘Oil-For-Superweapons’ scheme to fund his brother’s WMD programs.

Gulftainer is in a joint venture with Russian state-owned company ROSTEC / ROSOBORONEXPORT that exports the Trojan Horse CLUB-K Container Missile System.  The CLUB-K launches Russian KALIBR cruise missiles that can carry conventional, nuclear, EMP, biological, and chemical payloads.

President Trump slapped sanctions on ROSOBORONEXPORT.

Gulftainer, Tied To Iraqi WMDs And Russia’s Club-K Container Missile System, Blockades Wawa Tanker Trucks, US Fuel Supply Lines At Delaware’s Port Of Wilmington Amid Chinese Coronavirus Pandemic – The American Report / By Mary Fanning and Alan Jones