US CIA & Israeli Mossad sniper death squads targeting and killing civilians in SyriaHeinous Crimes, World news Thursday, October 18th, 2012
Foreign journalists reveal that the US and Israel have sniper death squads operating in Syria. CIA / Mossad terrorist commandos were sent in by the US government (Barack Hussein Obama) and Israeli government (Benjamin Netanyahu). Why? Oil and natural gas find offshore Syria. The Levant Basin, which covers Israel, Syria, Lebanon, Cyprus and Palestine, contains around 122 trillion cubic feet of gas and at least 1.7 billion barrels of oil. Since the Bush administration the US government has been sponsoring subversion in Syria and another 6 countries – to seize control of their oil and gas rights. U.S. 4 star General Wesley Clark (Ret.) – “we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.“ Iraq has an estimated national crude oil reserves of 143.1 billion barrels. Syria, Lebanon and occupied Palestine all have territorial rights to the Levant Basin’s 122 trillion cubic feet of gas and at least 1.7 billion barrels of oil. Libya has a proven oil reserves of 47.1 billion barrels. Somalia’s reserves, onshore and offshore, are as much as 110 billion barrels of oil. Sudan has approximately 1.7 billion barrels proven oil reserves and 3 trillion cubic feet in natural gas. Newly discovered resources in Sudan is believed to have oil reserves rivaling those of Saudi Arabia. And Iran ranks as the third largest oil producing nation in the world at approximately 150 billion barrels.
Why isn’t Saudi Arabia on their hit list? Saudi Arabia has literally ran out of oil. An OPEC report confirmed that Saudi Arabia is running out of oil. Saudi Arabia’s oil will be depleted by 2013 – next year. In 2007 Sadad al-Husseini, former executive vice president for exploration and production at Saudi Aramco, the state oil company that controls all oil development in Saudi Arabia, told a conference in London that world oil reserves had been fraudulently (falsely puffed up) inflated by 300 billion barrels – … “a quarter of the world’s claimed proved reserves are no such thing: not production-ready oil, but speculative sources. “Reserves are confused and in fact inflated. Many of the so called reserves are in fact resources. They’re not delineated, they’re not acessible, they’re not available for production”. By his estimate 300 billion of the world’s 1200 barrels of proved reserves should be recategorized as speculative resources. … 38 giant fields in the Arabian Gulf with reserves of over billion barrels each are on average 41% depleted. ” ~ Sadad al-Husseini
A September 5th, 2012 Telegraph report titled “Saudi oil well dries up” pegs Saudi Arabia running out of oil in 2030. But leaked reports confirms the 2013 date.
No oil producing nation can sustain peak oil production indefinitely especially when it consumes 25% of its own production. Saudi Arabia has been the world’s largest oil producer & exporter since 1933 (79 years) when Saudi Arabia granted it first oil concessions to Standard Oil of California (Socal – founded and owned by John D. Rockefeller, renamed Chevron in 1984). In 1936, the Texas Fuel Company (now Texaco) purchased a 50 percent stake in Saudi oil exploration. Saudi crude oil started to be exported (to Bahrain) in 1939 – that same year the first oil war (WWII) began. World War II was really fought over Saudi Arabian oil. WWII was a distraction while the US and Britain took control of the Middle East’s new found oil wealth. In 1940, Torkild Rieber, Texaco CEO, was forced to resign when his connections with Nazi Germany, and Texaco supplying of oil to Nazi Germany and to the Fascist forces during the Spanish Civil War were made public As of the spring of 1941, all Middle East wells were all in Allied hands. On 23 May 1941, Hitler issued Führer Directive No. 30. Hitler ordered German troops to support Iraq’s Arab nationalists, who were fighting the British. Yes, at the beginning of WWII, while the rest of Europe was being invaded and slaughtered by Nazi German forces, the British were attacking and invading the Middle East and taking control of their oil. The Anglo–Iraqi War was the British war against Iraq during the Second World War. The war lasted from 2 to 31 May 1941. The war resulted in the re-occupation of Iraq by British armed forces and the return to power of the ousted pro-British regent of Iraq, Prince ‘Abd al-Ilah.
Three years after the end of the WWII, in 1948, Standard Oil of New Jersey (Rockefeller) and Socony-Vacuum Oil (bought by Rockefeller’s Standard Oil in 1879 – both now called Exxon Mobil) joined Socal and Texaco as owners of Aramco. Standard Oil of New Jersey purchased 30 percent of the company, and Socony Vacuum 10 percent, leaving Standard Oil of California and the Texas Oil Company with equal 30 percent shares. Measuring 280 km by 30 km, Ghawar oil field was discovered in 1948, by far the largest conventional oil field in the world.In 1950, the 1,700 Trans-Arabia Pipe Line (Tapline) was completed, linking the Eastern Province to Lebanon and the Mediterranean. With oil exploration operations heating up throughout the region, Safaniya field, world’s second largest offshore oil field, was discovered in 1951. Its reserve amounts to around 37 billion barrels of oil and 5,360 billion cubic feet of natural gas. It wasn’t until the 1960s, however, that the country began to see tangible results from its oil wealth, which began to transform the kingdom.The world was quickly becoming a customer of Aramco. In 1961, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) – propane and butane – was first processed and shipped to customers.Due to a boom in global prices in the 1970s, Saudi Arabia became one of the fastest-growing economies in the world.In 1973, Saudi Arabia’s government acquired a 25 percent participation interest in Aramco. And in 1980, the Saudi government acquired 100 percent participation interest in Aramco, purchasing almost all of the company’s assets.
This is by no means a civil war in Syria. This is a US, NATO, Israeli mercenary war against Syria. To overthrow the government of another foreign sovereign state. Because, off the coast of Syria, Lebanon and Palestine lies 122 trillion cubic feet of gas and at least 1.7 billion barrels of oil. A coastal state is entitled to explore for oil and gas in its economic zone, which extends 200 nautical miles (370 kilometers), according to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
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