Thursday, September 19, 2013

Syria: Glenn Beck Follows the Money

Patricia Evans shares video links and two full-length articles. Her comments, links to the articles, and the first paragraph of each article appear below. If at some time in the future the articles are pulled down from WND and Zero Hedge, e-mail salolianigodagewi @ yahoo for the full text.

"What is Syria all about? It’s all about money and oil. Glenn Beck shows the ties between Syria, Russia, and oil in a 5 minute video here:   and a 3 minute video, Syria and the Muslim Brotherhood here:                                                                                                                           
Beck explained that there are two oil and natural gas pipelines that have been vying for access to Syria, one of which would go through Iran and Iraq, the other of which would go through Qatar and Saudi Arabia.  Syria's  Assad in 2009 refused to go along with the Qatar and Saudi Arabia plan, instead inking deals with Russia and Iran. Much to the dismay of Qatar and Saudi Arabia who have been training and arming rebels against Assad. Qatar has spent 3 billion dollars to support the rebels in Syria. Saudi Arabia is spending huge amounts of money to help the rebels and intends to install their own puppet government in Syria which will allow the Saudis to control the flow of energy through the region. 

Beck then noted that John Kerry said certain Arab countries have offered to pay for a U.S. strike on Syria.
“It’s all about money and oil.  They want a pipeline, and they are prepared to do anything to get the pipeline that benefits them as opposed to the other pipeline. It makes a heck of a lot of difference to Russia, it makes a heck of a lot of difference to Iran, and makes a whole lot of difference to all the people we’re cozy with.  ”“By the way, you lose either way,” he added.

WND: Saudi tail wagging U.S. into war?

Saudi Ambassador lobbying Congress, White House to take action

Aaron Klein  Aaron Klein is WND's senior staff reporter and Jerusalem bureau chief.

Powerful U.S. ally Saudi Arabia has been a driving force behind the scenes, pushing for the U.S. to act militarily in Syria....

But no matter how you slice it, there is absolutely no reason for the United States to be getting involved in this conflict. And of course once we strike Syria, the war could escalate into a full-blown conflict very easily.

Is The US Going To War With Syria Over A Natural Gas Pipeline?