Published on November 9th, 2016 | by I Am Awake0
The real motive for the war in Syria
The civil war in Syria began in 2011 and while the mainstream media maintains the narrative that it began as an organic local uprising, the reality is that the conflict was created by an unholy alliance whose sole interest was, and still is, the establishment of a pipeline for financial interests.
Wikileaks cables revealed the CIA’s involvement in inflaming the initial protests against Syrian president Bashar al-Assad and its aim of destabilizing the nation; in fact it had intended to do since 2006. It was not long before the United States were joined by United Kingdom, France, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey, who jumped at the chance to fund and arm rebels to do their dirty work.
The aforementioned nations created a pact in 2012 ironically called the “Group of Friends of the Syrian People” with the common aim of overthrowing the leader of Syria.
WikiLeaks confirmed this when it released Saudi intelligence that revealed Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia had been working hand in hand to arm and finance rebels to oust Assad.
The reason? Take a look at the photo below:
In 2009, Assad refused to sign a proposed agreement with Qatar that would run a pipeline (purple line) from the latter’s North field through Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria and on to Turkey, with a view to supply European markets.
Assad’s reason for this was “to protect the interests of his Russian ally, which is Europe’s top supplier of natural gas”, according to an AFP report.
Instead, in 2010, Assad pursued negotiations for an alternative pipeline plan (red line) with Iran, across Iraq to Syria, that would also potentially allow Iran to supply gas to Europe from its South Pars field.
The Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline was a slap in the face to the ‘group of friends’ who wanted to carry out their Qatar-Turkey pipeline which is why they conspired to overthrow Assad, hence the reason for the ongoing bloody conflict, and why Russia and Iran have so valiantly defended the Syrian government.
Both the evidence in the form of leaked documents from WikiLeaks coupled with what we have seen unfold in Syria over the last few years seems to heavily indicate that this Qatar-Turkey pipeline is the main motivating factor behind the war in the region.