September 11, 2013
President Obama gave his address on Syria to explain to the American public why he is planning on bombing a Middle Eastern nation – and not because of a regime change .
Obama opened his dissertation by recalling the “peaceful protests” in Syria “against the repressive regime of Bashar al-Assad turned into a brutal civil war.”
Inspired by the Arab Spring uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia, Syrians took to the streets to protest Assad which resulted in a widespread military crackdown.
The Arab Spring uprisings, or manufactured revolutions, were based on rhetoric written by Gene Sharp who wrote “From Dictatorship to Democracy: A Conceptual Framework for Liberation”, in 1973, based on his thesis paper.
The International Republican Institute (IRI), working with Sharpe, developed the recipe for non-violent resistance and civil disobedience to be perpetrated by an enraged citizenry with the leaders of Otpor! .
As Obama points out, they first tried to take down Assad with the use of a manipulated public. As this technique worked so well in other parts of the Middle East, the IRI had no reason to believe it would not be successful in Syria.
However, this was not the case, and the US and UK governments began funding a band of Salafi Jihadists from Saudi Arabia and Jordan who became known as the Free Syrian Army.
In fact, it was reported in May of this year that the Obama administration sent covert agents to deliver weapons purchased “from the stockpiles of Libya’s former dictator Muammar Gaddafi” to the Salafi extremists known as the FSA.
In Obama’s address he claims that the US government has helped “the moderate opposition” (a.k.a. the FSA) with plans to “shape a political settlement”.
This “political settlement” Obama lightly mentions is truly a direct causation to the purpose of destroying the sovereign government in Syria.
In 2011, governments of Iraq, Iran and Syria signed a $10 billion accord to build a natural gas pipeline that would fuel income to the Middle Eastern nations.
Syria is expected to purchase “20 million to 25 million cubic meters a day of Iranian gas” daily.
The pipeline “length is more than 1,500 kilometers and will run from Assalouyeh to Damascus while passing through Iraq”, then Tehran, Lebanon and out to the Mediterranean Sea; eventually becoming a servicer to Europe, Southeast Asia and other nations.
Because the Israeli government has discovered Leviathan Field, this may prove to be a “game changer” which would propel Israel to become the 3rd largest provider of natural gas in the Middle East.
Before the creation of the Iraq, Iranian and Syrian pipeline, “Qatar proposed a gas pipeline from the Gulf to Turkey in a sign the emirate is considering a further expansion of exports from the world’s biggest gasfield after it finishes an ambitious program to more than double its capacity to produce liquefied natural gas (LNG).”
Part of the scheme, according to Turkey, is to strategically move the Nabucco pipeline project to “transport Central Asian and Middle Eastern gas to Europe, bypassing Russia.”
In this way, Qatar and Turkey would join efforts and share in the spoils.
Europe would rely on Qatar for natural gas instead of Russia.