Is there a more embedded institutional manipulator than a central banker? The smell test of placing Paul Volcker as the Columbo of the Oil-for-Food caper stinks of Allium sativum. Garlic is supposed to be good for you, but cooked in this kitchen by crony chefs the fare produces only indigestion. Has the world become so addicted to fast food that the ingredients used no longer require a FDA label? In the realm of international diplomacy, it’s not in good taste to question the cook, especially if his myoglobin comes from the "red muscle" in the dark meat of a chicken. At the outset this investigation was doomed to fail. Note in September of 2004, Nile Gardiner, Ph.D., and James Phillips notes in - The Volcker Oil-for-Food Commission: Is It Credible?