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Qatar-Turkey Pipedreams Need Ouster of Syria’s Assad

Monday, April 10, 2017 9:26
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Theology and Politics from a Conservative, Biblical Perspective

Last week, the Trump Administration sent 59 missiles into Syria from an offshore warship in an effort to destroy an airbase where it was believed planes were used by President Assad to gas his people with Sarin gas. The buildings and planes at the airbase were destroyed in the airstrike.

Since then, there has been a great deal of vociferous complaints and speculation by people who have been behind Trump. They believe that dealing with Syria will ultimately draw the USA into another protracted war complete with US ground troops and many casualties.

On one hand it would be very nice and neat if it turned out that President Assad was simply a bad guy who, like Saddam Hussein is alleged to have done, gassed the people of Syria. On the other hand, even if proven that this was the case beyond all doubt, trying to remove a dictator to replace him with someone better has many risks. One has to stop and wonder why the US needs to be involved in this at all? Then there is ISIS and the “rebels” in Syria that are to be dealt with as well. How did they get there? Was their inception and growth simply a result of Assad being a truly terrible dictator? In at least some cases, the rebels (and ISIS) appear to be doing the same kind of senselessly cruel things that Assad is accused of perpetrating so what is gained by removing Assad?

To answer that, let’s ask another question. What if the problem with Syria goes much deeper than Assad allegedly gassing the Syrian people and being an all-around terrible dictator? We can ask why Assad would gas his people in the first place because he seems to have had the upper hand there for quite some time. The rebels haven’t made much headway and in fact, appear to have been pushed back. Gassing innocent people in Syria makes absolutely no sense at all even for a dictator. But let’s look at some real possibilities that seem to be verified by documents leaked by Wikileaks regarding the real situation there in Syria and it seems to have started way back in the early 2000’s.

You’ll undoubtedly recall the so-called “Arab Spring”? If not, you can read about the events that unfolded in late 2010 through 2012 here. In short, the Arab Spring “was a revolutionary wave of both violent and non-violent demonstrations, protests, riots, coups and civil wars in North Africa and the Middle East that began on 17 December 2010 in Tunisia with the Tunisian Revolution.” Eventually, it spread to other countries of Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Syria and Iraq. Notice neither Iran or Saudi Arabia were included in this Arab Spring, a revolutionary movement that was supposedly designed to bring “democracy” to these countries. Why were Iran and Saudi Arabia left out of the picture? In fact, why was Turkey left out or Qatar or other Muslim-dominated countries completely omitted from experiencing this Arab Spring?

Could it have something to do with the fact that the Arab Spring was simply cover for something else entirely? The image above highlights the fact that this all may have its start in a gas pipeline that was intended to originally run from Bulgaria, through Turkey, through Syria, through Saudi Arabia, and end (or start) in Qatar (lower right). What happened? In short, President Assad of Syria essentially said “no” to the deal. Instead, Assad wanted to run a pipeline east-west that would include Iran. Why Iran? Because Iran and Syria are allies and in fact, it is known that many of the “rebels” in Syria are actually trained with support of Iran that occurs in Syria.

Right now, European countries are largely dependent upon Russia for gas and oil. Russia has been known to play hardball with certain countries by either threatening to withhold gas/oil or increasing prices dramatically in order to get countries to do what Russia wants. When you have a monopoly, controlling natural resources and others are dependent upon you for those resources, the controlling country is able to call the shots. That’s how it works.

It was hoped the [Qatar-Turkey] pipeline would provide cheaper access to Europe but Syrian President Bashar al Assad refused to give permission for the pipeline to go through his territory. Some believe Russia pressured him to reject the pipeline to safeguard its own business.

The whole situation gets fairly complicated and trying to make it concise is not necessarily easy to do. Added to the pipeline problem is the fact of Iran’s developing nuclear capabilities. This worries Israel as it should.

The best way to help Israel deal with Iran’s growing nuclear capability is to help the people of
Syria overthrow the regime of Bashar Assad. – From

So there are several real problems that have been developing in the Middle East. It is never or rarely what is seen on the surface. In fact, if Wikileaks is correct, the Clintons and their foundation figure very large in this whole process and problem. The following is a large paragraph from Wikileaks documents that will take a bit to absorb. Please read it carefully.

Iran’s nuclear program and Syria’s civil war may seem unconnected, but they are. For Israeli leaders, the real threat from a nuclear-armed Iran is not the prospect of an insane Iranian leader launching an unprovoked Iranian nuclear attack on Israel that would lead to the annihilation of both countries. What Israeli military leaders really worry about — but cannot talk about — is losing their nuclear monopoly. An Iranian nuclear weapons capability would not only end that nuclear monopoly but could also prompt other adversaries, like Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to go nuclear as well. The result would be a precarious nuclear balance in which Israel could not respond to provocations with conventional military strikes on Syria and Lebanon, as it can today. If Iran were to reach the threshold of a nuclear weapons state, Tehran would find it much easier to call on its allies in Syria and Hezbollah to strike Israel, knowing that its nuclear weapons would serve as a deterrent to Israel responding against Iran itself.

So, on one hand (assuming that the information released by Wikileaks is 100% true), a civil war in Syria is occurring because President Assad said “no” to the gas pipeline that neighboring nations want to run through Syria. As noted, Assad wants his own pipeline that will go east-west and will include Iran (not included in the Qatar-Turkey Pipeline. On the other hand, Iran is developing nuclear armaments (most likely), and Israel is gravely concerned about that development. In short, if Syria’s Assad is taken out of the picture, two things can happen: First, Iran’s presence in the Middle East will be severely minimized because of a loss of an ally in Syria. Second, Israel’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear development will be relieved.

It is the strategic relationship between Iran and the regime of Bashar Assad in Syria that makes it possible for Iran to undermine Israel’s security — not through a direct attack, which in the thirty years of hostility between Iran and Israel has never occurred, but through its proxies in Lebanon, like Hezbollah, that are sustained, armed and trained by Iran via Syria. The end of the Assad regime would end this dangerous alliance. Israel’s leadership understands well why defeating Assad is now in its interests. – Wikileaks.

Info from Wikileaks summarized which shows the Clinton connection.

Once Assad is taken out, Israel would breathe a sigh of relief and would also begin to work with the Trump Administration to keep a careful watch on Iran’s nuclear development. “With Assad gone, and Iran no longer able to threaten Israel through its, proxies, it is possible that the United States and Israel can agree on red lines for when Iran’s program has crossed an unacceptable threshold. In short, the White House can ease the tension that has developed with Israel over Iran by doing the right thing in Syria.” (Wikileaks)

Understandably, the ouster of Assad will benefit numerous parties and it is interesting that President Trump is now (allegedly, if we are to believe media sources), calling from Russia to stop supporting Syria. Beyond this, Rex Tillerson has stated that a coalition of diplomats and leaders will need to decide on how best to remove Assad from his position in Syria. Why should Russia be asked or expected to stop supporting Syria? Morever, why does President Trump seem to be picking up where President Obama (and Clinton) left off where Syria is concerned?

Truth seems to be that much of the world is opposed to Russia being in the position of supplying most of Europe’s oil and gas due to their heavy hand in manipulating the way things work. In fact, without this, Russia’s economy would go bust overnight. Other countries like Qatar and Turkey want a piece of the action and if it means pushing Russia out, then so be it.

However, to add another iron into the already existing fire, it appears that several countries came to the Clintons (and their “foundation”), to help solve the problem. Again, this is all mainly from Wikileaks so if you doubt Wikileaks’ veracity in revealing truth, then you’ll probably disregard most or all of this article’s contents. However, if you believe that Wikileaks is revealing the absolute corruption that is contained not only in America’s government, but in many foreign governments, then you’ll likely understand the import of what Wikileaks has been revealing over time. It is likely that people like the Clintons believe most people will not take the time to read Wikileaks documents or not believe them if they do. The fact that Hillary allegedly considered killing Wikileaks’ Julian Assange with a drone attack (if true) makes a great case for Wikileaks truthfulness.

According to other info from Wikileaks (based on actual documents released), Qatar came to the Clintons to ask their help in getting the Qatar-Pipeline built in spite of Syria’s Assad. If this is true, then the Clintons are truly a cabal with a great deal of power. Of course, the Clintons would not do this for free and would want great rewards in return.

Please read the 7 points on the image immediately above to the right. The summary appears to show that the Clintons worked hard to help Qatar get to a point where the pipeline could be built. Qatar allegedly donated money to the Clinton Foundation as well as gave Bill a million dollars as a birthday present (1). Syria is not friendly with the Clintons (2). According to point 3, the Clintons wanted to create their own oil/gas cartel. This would grant the Clintons unimaginable wealth. Obama is clearly seen as a “hired hand,” a guy who played the role of the president who hates America and is sympathetic toward Islam. He’s an atheist Marxist but because of his Islamic background and color of his skin, he worked nicely although the Clintons came to a point where they could not trust Obama to make the right decisions.

Points 5 and 6 of the image above point out the murky dealings the Clintons have with Russia and Turkey and the alleged connection between ISIS and Turkey’s President Erdogan’s son-in-law. Ultimately, because of the Qatar-Turkey Pipeline, the Clintons were intent on eliminating all other competition from oil-producing countries like Libya. This is why Qadhafi was taken out and it is also believed that when the Benghazi thing happened, weapons from Libya were being illegally transferred to rebels/ISIS in Syria in the hopes of making it easier to take out Assad.

Notice point 7. According to documents released by Wikileaks, Ambassador Stevens learned of the ongoing plot to topple Syria for gas and oil. Apparently, he was going to come forward and he was deliberately killed in Benghazi over what was first stated to be a YouTube video that apparently riled up Muslims there. This is what Mr. Obama stated and this is what Susan Rice stated. That turned out to be a complete fabrication.

It is difficult to absorb all of this. It truly is a “game of thrones” of sorts. In Technocracy Rising by Patrick M. Wood, he makes the case for the fact that it is not wealth that controls things. It is the use of wealth in controlling resources throughout the world that gives people power. In other words, he who controls the natural resources (energy) in the world truly controls people, countries, and societies.

When Obama was president, he made it very difficult for USA to become energy independent. The goal was to keep the USA hitched to Saudi Arabia’s oil. With Trump, he’s rolling back regulations and making it much easier for the USA to support itself in the area of homegrown energy.

Will President Trump become more involved in what’s happening in the Middle East and Syria in particular? It appears that the Trump Administration is moving ahead to unseat Assad. Trump can’t not know about the Qatar-Turkey Pipeline and Assad’s resistance to it. If Assad is taken out and some puppet placed in, while this might not upset any of Trump’s other positive plans for the US, it will go a long way in making the Clintons exceedingly wealthy, giving them tremendous power as they (along with several countries in the Middle East), take control of the gas/oil situation in Europe and kill Russia’s economy at the same time.

The concerns over how Russia has tried to manipulate countries into doing things their way will simply transfer to the newly created Clinton/Qatar/Turkey/Saudi/ISIS cabal that has been in the works for some time. This may also explain why the Left generally turns a blind eye to whatever ISIS, Al Qaeda, or some other Islamic terrorist group does in Europe and the Middle East. They want these militant Muslim groups to create havoc and fear. It may very well be totally controlled unlike the way it looks to the world.

Of course, Israel would benefit from the Qatar-Turkey Pipeline rather than the Syrian-Iran Pipeline. Iran is no friend of Israel or Syria and removing Assad would tear down the Syria-Iran alliance and give Israel some breathing room. So getting rid of Assad removes Iran’s nuclear threat and gives Israel a way to sell the great stores of natural gas they located under the surface in Israel several years ago.

Israel will have a clear option to send its gas via a pipeline to Turkey, and then export it to Europe; that goes a long way to explain the recent phone call schmoozing between Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdogan and Israel’s Netanyahu, brokered by Obama.

We’ll certainly see how things turn out. It looks like Assad is on his way out. Back in 2013, a natural gas pipeline linking Iran and Pakistan was being completed.

The key (unstated) reason for Qatar to be so obsessed by regime change in Syria is to kill the $10 billion Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline, which was agreed upon in July 2011. The same applies to Turkey, because this pipeline would bypass Ankara, which always bills itself as the key energy crossroads between East and West.

Geopolitics is never what it seems and rarely what we are told. The key is to look far deeper than what any news source tells us. It’s all about gas and oil, which leads to power over others. Assad has been unwilling to play the game with neighboring nations. They want him out and now it appears that the Trump Administration wants him out as well. We can probably count on him being removed and something else put in his place that will be ballyhooed as “democracy.” In reality, if Assad is successfully removed, it will be so that a few countries and the Clintons can make tremendous money and grow their power.

This may well be what it is all about.

Theology and Politics from a Conservative, Biblical Perspective


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