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Golan Heights, Israel, Oil and Trump

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 Williams    505

"Events are moving rapidly to a possible new war involving Israel, the United States, Syria and Russia. Were it to take place, I honestly hope not, it would be yet another stupid war over oil. Only this oil war somehow feels far more dangerous than the US war against Iraq or Libya or previous oil wars. It’s about the part of Syria named the Golan Heights.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was one of the first heads of government to go to the United States to meet Donald Trump on February 16, in Trump’s new role as President. After the event major media focused on the themes of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, the Iran nuclear deal or a Palestine two-state solution.

Virtually no mention was made by CNN or other US mainstream media of the most strategic point the two discussed. Netanyahu asked the US President to recognize the Israeli illegal occupation of Syria’s Golan Heights, something no US President has done since Israel openly declared it theirs in 1981."

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"There is big change brewing in Washington and it looks ugly in terms of a possible US-backed war with Israel against Russia ally, Syria, over the Golan Heights. That immediately poses the question what Russia would do if it materializes."

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"On March 22 in Washington US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson convened a US Ministerial conference of something the Trump Administration calls the Global Coalition Working to Defeat ISIS. The State Department said that a combined 68 nations and organizations were present. Washington explicitly stated that the three most important states with deep interest in defeating ISIS in Syria and the three parties essential to any serious move to dislodge ISIS in Syria– Russia, Iran and Syria–were not welcome. When asked, Secretary of State Tillerson quipped, “they’re not part of the global coalition.” Curious indeed.

In his remarks Tillerson declared that US policy of the Trump Administration will be to “the regional elimination of ISIS through military force. The military power of the coalition will remain where this fraudulent caliphate has existed in order to set the conditions for a full recovery from the tyranny of ISIS.” In other words, a US-led permanent occupation of the ISIS-controlled areas of Syria."

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http://journal-neo.org/2017/03/30/golan-heights-israel-oil-and-trump/

Does any of this seem like it could be familiar?

Was it all intended as being a part of the real plan, from the get-go?

1. Create, fund, arm and grow ISIS into being the new killer-menace and boogeyman.

2. The ISIS Boogeyman is used to scare, kill and displace lots of people, thereby creating massive chaos + causing damage & destruction.

3. "Save the day" by moving in the troops to secure the area and set up permanent military bases that will watch over any oilfields.

Problem - Reaction - Solution?

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 Ronin    216
29 minutes ago, Williams said:

Was it all intended as being a part of the real plan, from the get-go?

likely. yes.

from the linked article:

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Until now the official US Government position has been that the Israeli occupation of the Golan Heights is a violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention’s prohibition on the acquisition of territory by force, and in contravention of the United Nations Security Council Resolution §242 passed in November, 1967 which mandates, “Withdrawal of Israeli armed forces from territories occupied in the recent (1967-w.e.) conflict.”
http://journal-neo.org/2017/03/30/golan-heights-israel-oil-and-trump/

when you sit there and read that a few times you can't help but wonder if perhaps the tail DOES wag the dog.

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 schon    778

Hey. You fight a war and lose property,tough Noogies. The Golan heights belong to Israel now.

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