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USA oil and gas interests in Syria require dividing Syria territory into military occupation

Syria has the #1 reserves in oil and gas, in the sea and inland

The USA is doing its best to disseminate a fake news that its military presence will remain indefinitely in North_East Syria, on the ground of protecting its interest in the vast reserves in gas and oil. What western media refuse to acknowledge is that colonial behavior are no longer accepted by the people who have fought and are armed.

الولايات المتحدة الأميركية
فحيح العم سام وفخ النفط والغاز في الجزيرة السورية العليا

اذا ما صدقت صحيفة نيويورك تايمز الأميركية نقلا عن مصادر في وزارة الدفاع الأميركية ” ان الادارة الأميركية لن تسمح باي حل في سوريا دون موافقة الولايات المتحدة؛ حيث سترفض أية حلول تضعها روسيا بالاتفاق مع الدولة السورية ، ولفتت الى انه بات من المستحيل ضرب القوات الكردية وجيش سوريا الديمقراطية ، وهما يقعان تحت الغطاء الجوي الأميركي ، الذي سيمنع أية غارة أو اَي قصف مدفعي على مناطق الشمال السوري، اذ ستقوم المقاتلات الأميركية بقصف اَي مركز عسكري يقصف المناطق الشمالية في سوريا

“…اذا ما صدقت الصحيفة فان الأميركيين يخططون للبقاء طويلا في المناطق الشمالية الشرقية كمحتلين ؛ خصوصا بعد ان قاموا بتسليح القسم الأكبر من الشعب الكردي بالدبابات والمدرعات والمدافع وايضاً بعض العشائر العربية ، في ظل معلومات سربتها مصادر موثوقة مفادها بان الولايات المتحدة الأميركية تمكنت من تشكيل جيش يصل عديده الى اكثر من خمسين الف مقاتل سوري من كرد وعرب .
هذه التطورات العسكرية في الشمال السوري تزامنت مع تأكيدات التقرير السنوي لمؤتمر ميونخ ان الحرب على سوريا ستستمر لسنوات اخرى وربما لعقود ، وان احتمالات تطورها الى حرب عالمية بين القوتين العظميين قائمة في ظل الحرب الباردة المتفاقمة بين موسكو وواشنطن وفِي ظل الحشودات (المبهمة) من جانب دول الناتو .
وفِي المعلومات فان طائرات التحالف الأميركي. نفذت مؤخرا عمليات إنزال في قريتي ” تويمين” و ” ابو حامضة ” بريف الحسكة الجنوبي الشرقي ؛ ولفتت تلك المعلومات الى ان هذه الطائرات أجلت مسلحين من تنظيم داعش – بينهم قادة ارهابيون- الى مناطق انتشاره في الشدادي بريف الحسكة الجنوبي .
والسؤال المطروح : ماذا تريد الولايات المتحدة من سوريا ، التي باتت قريبة من اعلان النصر الكامل على المجاميع التكفيرية المدعومة – علنا – من واشنطن وباريس. ولندن؟

ولماذا هذا الصراخ والفحيح الأميركي في المحافل الدولية ضد الدولة السورية صاحبة السيادة ؟
نحن من موقعنا الإعلامي والسياسي المتواضع ، نرى ان الصراع الأساسي في العالم هو على الطاقة وحقول الغاز ومناطق توزيعه ؛ خصوصا وان دور النفط يتراجع لصالح الغاز في ظل الحاجة الى موارد نظيفة أولها الغاز ، الذي يشكل فعليامادة الطاقة الرئيسة في القرن الحادي والعشرين سواء من حيث البديل الطاقي نظرا لتراجع احتياطي النفط عالميا أو من حيث الطاقة النظيفة ؛ ولهذا فان السيطرة على مناطق احتياط الغاز في العالم تعتبر بالنسبة للقوى الطامعة القديمة والحديثة أساس الصراع الدولي في تجلياته الإقليمية .

وتجمع الدراسات الجيولوجية على ان منطقة الشرق الأوسط الْيَوْمَ هي أشبه بمنطقة الخليج العربي في مطلع القرن العشرين ، فهي تخزن موارد الطاقة من نفط وغاز ؛ والغاز سيكون المورد الأهم في القرن المقبل ، ما يعني ان الصراعات في المنطقة هي صراعات على الغاز بالدرجة الاولى …. وليس من شك ان الولايات المتحدة تاكدت من ان الاراضي السورية هي الأكثر غنى بالغاز مقارنة مع غيرها من دول المنطقة ، وان الموجود في منطقة المتوسط( البحر السوري ) هو من فائض الغاز المخزن في البر السوري

….وذلك وفق ما أكد مركز المعطيات والدراسات الاستراتيجية في دمشق .
ويتركز احتياطي الغاز والنفط في البادية السورية والساحل السوري بواقع 73 في المئة ؛ بينما يوجد في الجزيرة السورية فقط 22 في المئةخلافا لما هو معروف . واستنادا الى الدراسات الجيولوجية الحديثة، فان حقول الجزيرة السورية تبدأ بالنضوب بدءا من العام 2022 ؛ بينما باقي الحقول في البادية والساحل-ان بدئ استغلالها العام الجاري2018- ستبقى منتجة حتى العام2051 على الأقل ؛ الامر الذي سيجعل سوريا ثالث بلد مصدر للغاز في العالم بعد روسيا وإيران ، اَي انها ستحل محل قطر .

وفِي هذا السياق فان مركز ” فيريل” للدراسات قدر احتياطي الغاز السوري ب
28,500,000,000,000 ؛ في حين رأى بعض الخبراء ان ثلاثة حقول غاز متوسطة الحجم شمال تدمر تكفي لتزويد سورياكاملة بالطاقة الكهربائية 24 ساعة يوميا لمدة تسعة عشر عاما .
من هنا فان دعم الولايات المتحدة للجماعات الارهابية التكفيرية ومن ثم للأكراد بضرورة الوصول الى دير الزُّور وجنوبي الرقة مرهون بهذه الثروة النفطية والغازية في شمال شرقي سوريا ؛ عسى ان يستطيع الأميركيون ضمها لاحقا الى ” الفدرالية “في محافظة الحسكة… وليس من شك ان قيام مثل هذه ” الفدرالية” – وهو امر مستحيل- إنما هو انتحار اقتصادي ؛ خصوصا انه بعد العام 2022 ستكون سوريا من أوائل الدول المصدرة للغاز ؛ بينما يكون غاز الجزيرة السورية قد شارف على النضوب .

يبقى ، ان انتهاء الحرب على سوريا يشي بان موازين القوى بدأت بالتحول لصالح الدولة السورية ، عسكريا واقتصاديا ، لهذا سيتم تاجيج الصراعات واختلاق المعارك هنا وهناك، واثارة معزوفة ” الكيميائي ” ، ورفع وتيرة تزويد الإرهابيين والكرد بالسلاح والعتاد ؛ خصوصا بعد ان فشل الوكلاء/ الاجراء (دول الخليج وتركيا واسرائيل) في فرض شروط الولايات المتحدة فكان الاحتلال الأميركي المباشر لمناطق الجزيرة السورية العليا وايضاً لمناطق الفرات وارتكاب المجازر بحق السوريين ، كان اخرها قبل قليل اذ ارتكبت الطائرات الحربية الأميركية مجزرة جديدة بريف دير الزُّور الجنوبي الشرقي راح ضحيتها عشرات الشهداء .

ان الاحتلال الأميركي للمناطق الشمالية الشرقية من سوريا وايضاً الاحتلال التركي ؛ ما هو الا احتلال مؤقت ؛ والسوريون عازمون على خوض حرب الوجود(اسرائيل/أميركا ) وكذلك حرب الحدود ( تركيا) والتاريخ البعيد والقريب يشهد على وقفات آلعز القومي ؛ ولن تكون خزائن الغاز المكتشفة سوى سراديب خانقة للاميركيين والاتراك على السواء .
وشق الطريق لتحيا سوريا…
باريس في 2018/02/27
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State-sponsored hacking on the rise: The USA, France, Israel, China and now North Korea

North Korea only needed an Internet connection and computers to cripple an entire company like Sony Pictures Entertainment .

North Korea targeted Sony Pictures Entertainment because the studio planned to release “The Interview,” a satirical film depicting a plot to assassinate North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un.

Hackers calling themselves “Guardians of Peace” demanded that Sony stop the movie’s release, set for Christmas, or they would attack moviegoers in a 9/11-style assault.

Sony at first bowed to pressure and on Wednesday withdrew the film from theater distribution. But on Friday, criticized for giving the hackers what they wanted, the company said it hoped to distribute the comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco on “different platforms.”

Sony and the rise of state-sponsored hacking

North Korea has been blamed for one of the most destructive cyber-attacks on a company in US history. It’s just the latest in a string of hacks sanctioned and funded by governments

Ian Sherr  and Seth Rosenblatt posted this December 20, 2014

“This is absolutely a wake-up call,” said Bruce Bennett, an expert on North Korea and military defense for the RAND Corporation think tank. “We have North Koreans who built nuclear weapons. Why should we suspect they can’t do cyberattacks?”

While the latest cyberattack puts North Korea in the public eye, the country is not unique.

China, Israel, France, Syria and the US are among the world’s most powerful countries that have amassed armies of hackers engaged in cyberwarfare. These countries have reportedly used sophisticated computer skills to disable Iran’s uranium enrichment plants, cripple oil and gas production in Saudi Arabia and sabotage satellite and infrastructure systems around the world.

The number of cyberespionage attacks across the Web rose 15 % between 2011 and 2013, according to a report by Verizon. The annual cost of a successful cyberattacks increased to $20.8 million in the financial sector, $14.5 million in technology and $12.7 in the communications industry, according to a Heritage Foundation report released just before the attack on

Most attacks targeting the US come from China and France, in addition to those originating on American soil, according to Internet research firm Norse. State-sponsored hacking is “undeniably on the rise,” said Kurt Stammberger, senior vice president of market development at Norse.

In 2010, a malicious computer program called Stuxnet successfully damaged machines Iran was believed to be using to create nuclear weapons. Two years later, The New York Times said Israel and the United States were behind the attack.

Since then, hackers working on behalf of various countries have carried out plots against nations and corporations.

The Syrian Electronic Army, a group of hackers sympathetic to the dictatorial regime there, has defaced websites and taken control of social-media accounts.

The Chinese government is suspected of having breached the computer networks of government and spy agencies around the world, as well as large corporations including Google, Adobe, Yahoo and defense contractor Northrop Grumman.

President Obama also said he doesn’t believe North Korea worked with other countries in the attack against Sony.

In the not-too-distant future, warfare with traditional weaponry may take a backseat to potentially more destructive tactics: computer code attacking the companies and infrastructures, including electric grids and oil and gas pipelines, that society relies on.

That isn’t as farfetched as it once was, said Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder of security services firm CrowdStrike. “From a technical perspective, this attack wasn’t unprecedented,” he said. “There’s no doubt we’ll see more of these in the future.”

While the attack on Sony may seem expansive in its destructive scope, it only affected shareholders, partner companies and employees. An attack on critical infrastructure of countries would be more devastating, said Evan Sills, a cybersecurity consultant at Good Harbor.

Many countries have the ability to do such damage but have so far refrained from such destructive attacks, Sills added. But that doesn’t mean terrorist groups will show similar restraint.

“What North Korea did to Sony, a terrorist group could do to them in three years,” Sills said. “In terms of how bad could it get? It could get pretty bad.”

 

Why US Cancels Mid East Conference on Nuke-Free Zone?

The US blamed regional turmoil for Canceling Mid East Conference on Nuke-Free Zone.

It was Israel’s refusal to attend that prompted cancelation…

And can’t this conference be of benefit if Israel is not present? Is it not worthwhile sitting and discussing without the negative presence of Israel in any conference in the Mid East region?

John Glaser posted on news. antiwar.com this Nov 24, 2012:

The US has called off a major international conference on establishing a nuclear weapons-free zone (NWFZ) in the Middle East, claiming turmoil in the region prevents action on the issue.

State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said in a statement released Friday that the US supports the goal of banning nuclear weapons in the Middle East, but that conflict in Israel-Palestine and, ironically, Iran’s supposed defiance on the nuclear issue, required it be canceled.

The real reason that the US canceled the conference is because Israel – the only country in the Middle East with nuclear weapons – refuses to give up its regional monopoly on nukes.

A diplomat involved in the conference told the Associated Press that “Israel had decided not to attend,” and, “Key sponsors had said that the meeting was possible only if all countries, especially Israel, would participate.”

Iran is a member of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, has publicly pledged its opposition to nuclear weapons development, has subjected itself to thorough international inspections, and in fact has exactly zero nuclear weapons.

However, Israel has done none of the above and has approximately 200 nuclear warheads.

Iran is being severely punished and threatened with attack, Israel is supported with unparalleled economic, military, and diplomatic support.

If Israel agreed to dismantling its vast stockpiles of nuclear weapons and to a deal enforcing a nuclear weapons-free zone in the Middle East – a deal Iran and Israel’s Arab neighbors have repeatedly proposed – the supposed threats Israel faces in the region would disappear.

But Israel refuses to give up its nuclear monopoly, insistent on maintaining its excuse to build up its military and distract from the Palestinian issue.

As former CIA Middle East analyst Paul Pillar has written,

The Iran issue provides a distraction from international attention to the Palestinians’ lack of popular sovereignty.”

Drone “Kill List”: When to be reviewed and revised?

U.S. President Barack Obama used to be criticized for being too liberal. The past week witnessed a flurry of news reports targeting the credibility of Obama: Reports revealing he personally oversees a “kill list” for drone attacks in Pakistan and Yemen.

Daniel Klaidman, Newsweek editor, published “Kill or Capture: The War on Terror and the Soul of the Obama Presidency“

Many Washington insiders are quoting for this book.

The New York Times and Newsweek exposed Obama:

1. How Obama,came to the White House with no military background and negligible national-security experience,

2. Is now overseeing the counterterrorism meeting of two dozen security officials where the targets for drone attacks are decided every Tuesday.

3. How the president has presided over a massive secret surveillance of U.S. citizens by the National Security Agency.

The book is based on interviews with named and anonymous sources within the Obama administration.

AL ARABIYA published:

“University of Utah law professor Amos Guiora told the Guardian that one problem with the so-called “kill list” is that U.S. policy has not firmly defined how people get on it.

Guiora said: “If Bush did what Obama is doing, then the journalists would have been all over it.”

In fact, the media reports from last week revealed that the Obama administration defines a militant as “any military-age male in the strike zone during a drone attack unless there is specific information posthumously proving them innocent…”

The logic is, people in an area of known terrorist activity, or found with an al-Qaeda operative is probably up to no good.

Obama, who came to office with a pledge to break from the Bush-era, seems to be building on his predecessor’s national security platform.

He has made more government documents classified that any of his predecessors.

He has maintained CIA rendition flights and launched a crackdown on whistleblowers.

He has failed in meeting his promise of shutting down the controversial Guantanamo Bay Prison in Cuba.

The scope of Obama’s national security policy has shocked even keen Bush supporters and members of the Washington DC establishment.

Aaron David Miller, a Middle East policy adviser to both Republican and Democratic administrations, delivered a damning verdict in a recent issue of Foreign Policy magazine, writing that “Barack Obama has become Georges W. Bush on steroids.

James Badford told the Guardian: “Obama did not reverse what Bush did, he went beyond it. Obama is just able to wrap it up in a better looking package. He is more liberal, more eloquent. He does not look like a cowboy…” 

One example is a $2 billion heavily fortified building being constructed in the mountain deserts of Utah. Once the Utah Data Center is complete, it will be five times the size of the U.S. capital and house gigantic servers that will store vast amounts of data from ordinary Americans that will be sifted for traces of intelligence. It will cover everything from phone calls to emails to credit card receipts.

Obama added a clause to the National Defense Authorization Act that had such an ambiguous definition of support of terrorism that activists and journalist decoded to go to court claiming it threaded them with indefinite detentions for things like interviewing members of the Hamas-rulers of Gaza.

However it has been the drone attacks and the “kill list” that have emerged as the most hardline element to Obama’s national security policy.

In January 2009 when he came to power, the program only existed for Pakistan which has seen 44 attacks over five years. The attacks have since been expanded to Yemen, Afghanistan and Somalia with over 250 strikes.

Deliberations on targets even turned to legal justification when it included the deliberate killing of a U.S. citizen , al-Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki that was killed in Yemen last year. His 16 year-old son Abdul-Rahman was accidentally killed in the same attack.

It is impossible to determine with any certainty how many civilians have been killed in drone attacks due to the “covert” nature of the operations, lack of timely access to remote areas and the integral biases of the U.S. government, targeted terrorist organizations, and host governments.

Estimates by non-governmental experts vary widely. In 2009, Pakistani terrorism researcher Amir Mid said civilian deaths accounted for over 98 percent of deaths from drone attacks in Pakistan, while Georgetown University Professor Christine Fair, stated “actually drones are not killing innocent civilians.”

In April 2012, White House Senior Counterterrorism Adviser John Brennan vaguely stated: “Unfortunately, in war, there are casualties, including amok the civilian population. Sometimes you gave to take life to save lives.”

In response to the Newsweek and New York Times reporting last week, the White House spokesperson said, “I am not going to get into the specifics of the process [and] I don’t have the assessments of civilian casualties…we make great efforts to reduce the risk of civilian casualties.”

That same day, the Pentagon spokesperson told reporters, “Specifics I can’t get into … I can assure you that the number of civilian casualties is very, very low [and] we’re very confident that the number is very low.”

Read the response by Glenn Greenwald on these official leaks https://adonis49.wordpress.com/2012/06/11/news-leaks-or-spoonfed-official-news/

Note: For detailed accounts https://adonis49.wordpress.com/2012/01/15/more-drone-attacks-more-collateral-casualties-of-babies-and-civilians-glenn-greenwald/

Do you like Graphics on Job opportunities? And how to get Mitt Romney off his High Tree?

First, let’s consider the difficult positions Presidential Republican candidate Mitt Romney got stuck in.

Mitt Romney is conducting a campaign under the banner: “I am the most extreme of the right-wing Republicans…” and has no foreign affairs policy expertise: All his positions are meant to be contrary to what Barack Obama states. In all foreign issues, such as the war in Afghanistan, the Iranian nuclear program, the position on Russia, the economic policies with China, the “peace process” between Israel and the Palestinians (read link in note 2)…

For example:

1. Obama is negotiating with Taliban of Afghanistan: Never, says Romney. And what alternatives Romney has? Time to start condensed education and serious reflections for next debates with Obama…

2. So far, the negotiation with Iran is going well, so far, and Obama wants economic and financial sanctions to bring its fruits. Romney wants nothing to this “nonsense”. Romney wants to bomb Iran…as if he is fully aware of the US difficulties, militarily and economically, and the dire consequences to such foolish action…

3. Russia is no longer a superpower, and is Not the enemy number One as Romney insists on proclaiming high and loud. Apparently, Romney wants to project the image of an archaic dinosaur, as if the majority of US citizens are elderly conservatives of the Cold War…

Most former political public figures such as Henry Kissinger,  Brent Scowcroft, James baker, Robert Gates…disagree with Romney stands on foreign affairs…

The real problem is that the young Republicans advising Romney are as ignorant as their “leader” to be of any assistance in bringing Romney off the high tree he is perched on.

Mind you that Romney and Israel Netanyahu PM were college colleagues, as if personal acquaintances are the basic building blocks for considering the best interests of the State.

Graphic: Jobs, education, debt and quality of life for young Americans
Note 1: The first section was inspired from the weekly piece of correspondent Hisham Melhem to the Lebanese daily Al Nahar.

Where are the Tea Party and the Occupy Wall Street movement? It’s two-party presidential campaign, stupid!

Three years ago, the Tea Party seemed to be everywhere in the psychic of the US society. This party kept criticizing Obama policies for supporting multinational financial institutions, expanding the Federal government spending, failing to deal with budget deficit…and went too far into exhibiting racist tendencies.

The Tea Party was the spearhead into bringing back the Republicans as majority into the House of representatives. It’s “authority figures” were represented by Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachman, Rick Perry, Marco Rubio and Randal Paul…As the Republican regained majority in the House, the Tea Party receded into oblivion…and since then, the Republican Party maintained a sizeable distance with the Tea Party programs…

The same phenomenon occurred with the Occupy Wall Street movement that protested against Multinational financial corporations resuming their old habit of doing business, not paying the proper taxes, and bringing the country back to another recession…

In this presidential campaign, the Republican Party is in no mood to suffer moderates, and is proposing radical right programs: Senator Mark Rubio and South Carolina governor joined Mitt Romney…

The Democrats do not suffer conservative tendencies in its ranks.

And the struggle will be fierce during election time, to revert back to continuing “old-time well oiled” US policies as usual, of maintaining the 1%  richest citizens grabbing 40% of national wealth, and keeping 20% of the population under poverty level, no matter what…

Note: Post inspired from the weekly piece by Hisham Melhem to the daily Lebanese Al Nahar

Kissinger blurted it: “US strategy in Middle-East is denying dominion to any State…”

This statement of Henry Kissinger, State minister during Nixon in the 70’s,  and who opened the door to dialogue with China Mao and planned the civil war in Lebanon, is not an earth shattering news: It has always been the case in the Middle East since antiquity for an emerging power to try to occupy the entire land in the Near East.

The strategies of France and England since the 18th century was to deny any country in the Middle-East to dominate the region…The Roman Empire had the same strategy. Russia and China adopt the same strategy in the Middle-East…Why this strategy never changes?

The history of the Middle-East is a succession of invasion by nascent young powers to dominate the entire region from the Babylonian, the Assyrian, the Persian, the Pharaoh of Egypt, the Greek, the Roman, the Arabic Empires, the Ottoman Empire, the mandated powers of France and England, and lately the USA… Current Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Turkey, and even Syria (during the first Omayyad Arabic Empire) were dominant powers through antiquity during different periods…

The Middle-East is the carrefour for trading between the east and west Europe, and all caravans had to pass by this region, one way or another.  The successive nine Crusade military campaigns were meant to occupy Egypt and circumvent paying to every conceivable city-state the price of passage of the spices and aromatic products coming from the far east islands and Yemen…

Lately, England thwarted the ambitions of Mehmet Ali of Egypt in the 19th century to dominate the region after he conquered the Arabic Peninsula, Sudan, and Syria…England supported the radical Wahhabi obscurantist Emirs in the Arabic Peninsula (the family of Saud) since the 19th century, in arms and finances in order to keeping the Peninsula in a state of insecurity…and displaced the “legitimate” emirs in Mecca (the Hashemite) for the Saudi Arabia monarchy in order to maintain the deals on oil production and rob the “Arabs” of any archaic legitimate leader who could unify them after WWI.

The creation of the Zionist State of Israel was within the objectives of the superpower to keeping this region in constant disequilibrium and unrest.  The Zionist ideology was a continuum of the European ideology of nationalism and it suited well England and France to having a mercenary organization willing to gather the Jews in Palestine and die for their masters in colonial Europe.

After 1967, it suited the USA well that Israel was willing to wage its strategy for maintaining this region in a state of instability and division. Israel is basically a land air carrier with mercenary soldiers willing to fight the US strategy in return for supporting the archaic religious ideology of the Elite specie…

During WWII, the US decided that it was about time to expand its dominion to the Middle-East and thwarted the attempt of Iran to becoming a self-autonomous power in the 50’s and brought back the Shah of Iran from exile. The US thwarted Egypt Gamal Abdel Nasser ambitions to unifying politically the Arab States and armed Saudi Arabia and fomented alliances against Abdel Nasser.

Saddam Hussein of Iraq ambitions were checked by encouraging him to invade Iran under the pretence of recuperating “Arabic lands” and then by encouraging Saddam to invade Kuwait as another Iraqi provence…Bush Junior made the blunder of occupying Iraq that was already on its knees since 1991, and dilapidated most of the US resources during the 8 years of occupation of Iraq.  What can you do when Bush Junior claimed that his decisions emanated from God, and the US citizens responded by “Hail to the messenger of God?”

After the Arab Spring and the dissemination of a rejuvenated spirit in the Arab World, only Syria in the Near East exhibited the status of a unified, powerful enough, and economically self-sufficient State. The latest troubles in Syria are not meant to dislodge the Al Assad regime, but to weaken the society and reduce it to an unstable entity.  After all, if the regime in Syria was maintained for over 40 years it was mainly by the explicit support of the US: Syria was given mandated power over Lebanon for 20 years…

There are only two regional States that think they can dominate the Middle-East: Turkey and Iran.  Turkey made the strategic “faux pas” of alienating Syria after exposing itself as the model for power transitions in the region and opened the way for cessation tendencies within Turkey (Kurds, Alawits, “Arab tribes” in south Turkey…)

So far, only Iran has demonstrated that it is a homogeneous society and has plans for self-autonomy of the western powers, with or without the bombing of its nuclear facilities.

It is no mystery that the US has started in urgency the exploitation of its oil and gas resources and is now 50% self-autonomous in the production and consumption of these resources…Is that a policy in preparation for another long protracted war? Iran is too big a fish to chew on, within this fragile state in the world economy and finance, and problems in oil transportation is the last cataclysm to facing at this stage…

Does the US care if the Middle-East people will experience wild upheavals for years to come? Not a chance. As long as oil production and distribution are secured by mercenary leaders in the region, the entire population can go to hell…The US has no great economical trade with this region, except oil..but Europe has a big stake here…

The US main economical interests have refocused to China, Far East Asia, and India, and in 20 years the entire Middle-East region can go to oblivion, and the US will never bat an eye…


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