The bloody conflict in the hell of Syria has been the subject of global attention since 2011, as some of the world’s major players continue to do battle for their respective geopolitical interests.

From the initial uprisings in Homs, the battles in Aleppo to the siege of Ghouta, various parts of the nation have led prime time debates and dominated front pages, thus becoming instantly recognizable to the general public.

Yet a hugely important region involved in the conflict has managed to evade such attention, and it comes as little surprise upon closer inspection of what is at stake both politically and financially.

The Golan Heights is a disputed territory between Syria and Israel which lies in the middle of the two countries.

The land was occupied by Israel after the six-day war in 1967, who then annexed the land in 1981, though the move has not been internationally recognized and Syria still demands its return.

Where things start to get interesting is the discovery that the region is home to massive quantities of oil and gas, and the plot thickens upon closer inspection of the company which stands to profit from the major find.

Headquartered in the USA, Genie Oil and Gas holds extraction rights over a 153 square-mile region in the disputed area, while its Israeli subsidiary, Afek Oil and Gas, was the company which revealed the discovery of reserves about 10 times larger than the global average.

With renowned figures in the political, financial and media sector on its board, Genie Oil has strategically entrusted in key people who will encourage the need for western intervention in their respective sectors while at the same time keep the talk of the disputed region out of the public spotlight.

Rupert Murdoch

What more effective way to garner public support for starting another illegal war in the Middle East than by having one of the most influential media moguls on the planet banging the war drum on a near daily basis?

Murdoch’s power over English-language newspapers, publishers and TV channels is unrivaled. From BSkyB, The Times and The Sun in the UK, the FOX network which includes FOX News and Dow Jones.

But he also controls the Wall Street Journal, New York Post and National Geographic in the USA to the Daily Telegraph and Herald Sun in Australia, to name just a few, the 87-year-old has first-hand access to the minds of millions.

Interestingly, he is not just a board member but a stakeholder. In late 2010, Murdoch teamed up with Lord Jacob Rothschild to buy a 5.5% stake in the Genie Oil & Gas company worth around $11 million.

Jacob Rothschild

That’s right, Jacob Rothschild, whose banking dynasty encompasses most of the world’s privatized central banks and monetary systems.

He is the youngest son of James Jacob de Rothschild, who was a patron of the first settlement in Palestine, who bought parts of the land from Ottoman landlords which now makes up present-day Israel.

His family also was behind the Balfour Declaration that helped pave the way for the creation of Israel.

Dick Cheney

When it comes to using political influence to snap up big oil contracts, look no further than Dick Cheney.

Cheney was the president and CEO of Halliburton from 1995 to 2000, one of the world’s largest oil and gas companies.

In 2001, he became the vice president of the USA under George W. Bush. Soon after, Halliburton just happened to be awarded a $7 billion contract in Iraq for which it was the only oil company allowed to bid.

James Woolsey

Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 1993 to 1995, Woolsey maintains his power over oil policy as co-founder of United States Energy Security Council.

Back in 2003, Woolsey spoke about the need to exert pressure on North African and Middle Eastern regimes, specifically about Libya and Syria, which he described as rogue states.

Now, the current president of Genie’s Israeli affiliate company Afek Oil and Gas, which made the huge oil discovery in the Golan in 2015, is Efraim Effi Eitam, a former Israeli military commander who called for expelling all Arabs from Israel.

The financial and political significance of the Golan Heights cannot be understated – as well as the billions of dollars set to be made from the oil and gas itself, the conflict in Syria is a unique opportunity for Israel to gain a stronger foothold on the region.

When such prominent figures sit atop a company with significant land and oil to rule, who have a vested interest as well as a conflict of interest, it becomes more apparent that the war in Syria is more about the region’s natural resources than fighting terrorism.

This is a carefully selected all-star lineup with a proven track record when it comes to influencing public opinion, shifting global policy and snapping up oil contracts on foreign land.

The fact that this has largely remained under the radar despite being such a prominent reason for the ongoing war in Syria proves that the plan is, so far, working to a tee.

I am Awake / ABC Flash Point Oil War News 2019.

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Shaka Zulu
Shaka Zulu
10-07-20 23:20

Creepy Zionists?

11-10-20 20:09

Career criminals @ work?

01-03-22 01:31

The Golan is more Israel than Moscow is of Russia, London of Britain, or Mecca of Saudi Arabia. The greatest battle between the Romans and the Jews were at the Golan hilltop 2,000 years ago, before Christianity and Islam were born. Israel’s accusers want to hide their own history of horrors and invasions globally by pointing at Israel, who never did those things.

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