So…what does Syria, Russia and Iran have in common? The proposal for a natural gas pipeline in the Mideast which would rival Saudi and U.S. interests.
Let’s face it, if Americans actually cared about killing babies with chemicals, abortions employing such techniques would be immediately banned.
Back to the pipeline –
Wikipedia aside, all the players are far too coincidental.
From Zerohedge –
A battle is raging over whether pipelines will go toward Europe from east to west, from Iran and Iraq to the Mediterranean coast of Syria, or take a more northbound route from Qatar and Saudi Arabia via Syria and Turkey. Having realized that the stalled Nabucco pipeline, and indeed the entire Southern Corridor, are backed up only by Azerbaijan’s reserves and can never equal Russian supplies to Europe or thwart the construction of the South Stream, the West is in a hurry to replace them with resources from the Persian Gulf. Syria ends up being a key link in this chain, and it leans in favor of Iran and Russia; thus it was decided in the Western capitals that its regime needs to change.
The idea that Assad would gas his own people when he was winning the war against those wanting to over- throw his government is patently absurd. Add to that the fact that it takes those investigating such acts take WEEKS if not MONTHS to determine what happened in similar situations.
What happened? According to one report, the rebels were storing gas in a warehouse which was bombed by the Syrian Air Force causing chemical exposure to those in the area. This begs the question – was Assad set up? Could intelligence have been given that the warehouse was filled with standard munitions?
As I’ve noted before – a U.N. investigation and an independent journalist found that the 2013 chemical attack in Syria (the ‘red line’ one) was carried out by islamist, anti-Assad rebels.
This stinks to high-heaven, folks. And if the mayhem continues, more Middle Eastern Christians may pay with their very lives.
And perhaps…all of this to stop a pipeline.
*** Prophetically, Damascus would be the center of this proposed pipeline. Another note is Walid Shoebat’s Scriptural interpretation claiming Iran will nuke Saudi Arabia. If energy dominance in the region is the underlying reason for all of this, it’s obvious that such a scenario could be on the horizon.