Controlling the News
Washington, D.C. September 2, 2013: “How far back in time does one go to find the roots of a current problem? In the case of the upheavals in Arab countries in general and Syria in specific, the answer is: not far.
Russia has an enormous reserves of natural resources to include gold, platinuim, oil and gas. When Boris Yeltsen, a CIA front man, became obviously incapable of running Russia, Washington looked for an easily controlled successor.
The man put forward was Vladimir Putin, a former KGB officer and a man believed to be easily controlled. The control was necessary, from Washington’s point of view because American and British oil companies lusted after Russian oil and gas and a group of Russian Jewish mafia were put up to bidding on these once state owned resources when they were denationalized.
The oligarchs, as they were called, were loaned money by the World Bank, the IMF and money was pumped into the lucrative projects via the Bank of New York, owned by an Israeli citizen. The oligarchs were then able to buy up the resource rights and their financers and the western oil companies were rubbing their hands with delight at the thought of immense profits.
Unfortunately for their plans, Vladimir Putin turned out to be a very strong-minded person who blocked the looting of Russian resources and by doing so, incurred the seething, and obviiously enduring, wrath of the political and business entities who were ready and waiting to begin the rape of Russia.
And as the polar ice caps melted away, another shock was in store for American and British oil companies. The United States had forced a treaty on nations bordering on the Arctic: Canada, Norway, Denmark, and Russia, which stated that the continental shelves of these nations marked the limit of their territories, areas where oil was believed to exist in large amounts.
The Americans believed, in gross error it turned out, that they had most of the oil but the melting polar ice disclosed that it was Russia who owned most of the oil-producing land.
Anger at their error caused more animosity towards Russia, who began to develop some of her enormous oil deposits at the same time American sources for oil in Saudi Arabia began to dry up.
When Vladimir Putin declined to obey President Obama’s orders to extradite whistleblower ex-CIA employee Edward Snowden and to grant him asylum, another source of intense irritation erupted in Washington.
And in the Middle East, Israel had been importuning Washington to carpet bomb most of southern Lebanon because the militant Arab group, Hezbollah, was known to be receiving a large number of long distance rockets from Syria, via Russia, and Israel is positive that at some point in time, Hezbollah will fire thousands of long-range missiles into their country.
The United States did not carpet bomb southern Lebanon so Israel pressured Washington to bomb sites in Iran where it was believed work on atomic weapons might be in progress.
Again, Washington declined to bomb Tehran so Israel began, along with the Saudis, to fund groups in Syria that were opposed to the Syrian government.
This was done to block future missile shipments.
When the Syrian government declined to turn their country over to Israel-American friendly locals, both Washington and Tel Aviv searched for some means to force Syrian leader Assad out of the country.
The current uproar over the use, by someone, of the nerve gas, sarin, is the direct result of the factors illuminated above. The question as to who set off the gas is unresolved although it seems odd that Assad, whose loyal troops are certainly ahead in the rigged civil war, would risk the wrath of the Obama administration by using poison gas. After all, Obama had stated earlier that he viewed the use of poison gas to be justification for American military action against Syria. The use of false flag operations is certainly not alien to the American geo-political methodology but in this case, the Saudi government, who have been actively supporting the rebellion against their religious rivals is a far more logical perpetrator.
The British philosopher and logician, William of Occam, said that to find the truth of a complex matter, it was necessary to strip off unnecessary and confusing material and reduce a problem to a common denominator. This is called ‘Occam’s Razor’ and it has proven to be of immense value in sifting fact from deliberate propaganda.” Continue Reading »