Tag: Syria

Gaza – Facts on the Ground Part 2(of a 2 Part Article)

The story continues from Part 1. The devastation in Gaza is unprecedented. Below are some photos: Putin’s Message Meeting with leaders of Russia’s religious communities at the Kremlin, Putin addressed the current conflict in the Middle East and warned that “Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and Russophobia” were being used as weapons against a multipolar world. “The West sees how […]

Russia and the Rothschilds Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

We now explain the conflict between the Rothschilds and Russia in Africa, Central Asia and Israel. The Conflict in Africa Germany became a single unified nation in 1870, after defeating France that same year. The German economy, blessed with 4 billion franc war reparation, began to industrialise and boom.  In search for raw materials and […]

Crimea’s Strategic Importance to Russia

For centuries, Russia has viewed the Black Sea as central to its security due to its abundance of warm-water ports, including Sevastopol in Crimea. The country’s ports on the Arctic freeze for several months of the year; Most of its Europe-facing ports, such as St Petersburg, were historically ice-locked for part of the year before […]

Re-Balancing the Middle East Part 2 (of a 3 Part Series)

The Arab World, Turkey & Iran The Region’s Flash-points The world is in turmoil. 2020 has already brought major multiple crises, with the Iranian-American clash in Iraq which followed the US assassination of Major General Qassem Soleimani, and the COVID-19 health pandemic and economic disaster that followed.  None of this, however, prevented America from imposing even […]

The Qasem Soleimani Hit – Why?

Background.  There were 4 major trends happening in Iraq, and its convergence led to a blow-up in the country, followed by the death of Qasem Soleimani.  They are as follows ; The frustration of the Iraqi people at the government and  the undue and resentful influence of Iran in Iraq; the role of outside powers […]

THE US – Saudi Nexus Part 3 (of a 6 part series): 2010-2015

Saudi Arabia in the next 8 years would witness profound changes, both internally and externally. In the period immediately after the start of the Arab Spring, Saudi Arabia embarked on domestic policy changes, in order to forestall a possible Color Revolution in the country. To avoid any protests, in February, 2011 – King Abdullah announces […]

The Mosul-Haifa Pipeline

As a follow up to the previous issue, we now discuss the story of the Mosul to Haifa pipeline, and this will bring us to the real reason for Israel’s excitement in northern Iraq.  We have taken passages from an article by the late Joe Vialls, called “Israel’s Blitzkrieg on Middle East Oil “. This […]

THE GAS WARS Part 3 (of a 3 part series)

We went with Gazprom to the west into Europe, to the east into China, to the south into Africa. Now we travel to the Eastern Mediterranean. And so, let’s start with Syria. Syria Syria has been on the Pentagon’s drawing board for years, largely because of its important geo-strategic emplacement in the Middle East.  The […]

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