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Sun Tzu said: Whoever is first in the field and awaits the coming of the enemy, will be fresh for the fight; whoever is second in the field and has to hasten to battle will arrive exhausted. # - See more at: suntzusaid.com...
Consider this timing for a moment. Less than a month before the Assad regime purportedly employed the use of chemical weapons, it entered into a potentially lucrative contract with neighboring Iran and Iraq. OilPrice.com, an online trade publication for the energy industry, reported that a deal struck on July 25 between the three nations for “the construction of what would end up being the largest gas pipeline in the Middle East, running gas from Iran’s South Pars field to Europe, via Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea.”
Qatar, home to the world’s largest gas field along with Iran, has proposed a gas pipeline from the Gulf to Turkey that would traverse Syria to the Mediterranean, with the gas then being shipped to Europe.
However, Assad in 2009 refused to go along with the plan, instead inking deals with Russia and Iran.
Syria is site of the proposed construction of a massive underground gas pipeline that, if completed, could drastically undercut the strategic energy power of U.S. ally Qatar and also would cut Turkey out of the pipeline flow.
Dubbed the “Islamic pipeline,” the project may ultimately favor Russia and Iran against Western energy interests.
Well we talked ourselves into a recession back in 2008, maybe keep up the rhetoric and talk ourselves into a war.
I know what you're feeling, this definitely looks like it could spark off a big conflict.
I remember the same feeling with Kosovo, but that didn't result in any overspill conflict, so you never know!!
You mentioned the recession.. I honestly think that is the secret weapon.. the war of this generation is all about economy .. I don't think any nation wants a war on that scale, I don't think we'll see a huge war like we saw with WW1, WW2, or Vietnam .. the battleground has changed.. it's all about ruining the economy of the other countries.. that and cyber warfare..
you are on the right track see the 3 false flag vid to back you up and to give you more insight.
seems as this has been said and done before , next it will be where are hey? is this all of them? we need to see for our selves ... we need to have boots on the ground to find them. oh do i say this is next year ? from the link
'Very significant breakthrough': Chemical weapons deal struck, but will Assad play fair?
in the mean time , Rebels take mass amounts of Chemical weapons.... , Assad force use them in a limited strike... US not happy with Assad not controlling his forces....
The deal struck by the United States and Russia on Saturday that would eliminate Syria's stockpile by next year represents a major advance in easing international controversy over the issue, even while considerable obstacles remain, experts said.
"The deal is a very significant breakthrough given where we were just about a week ago," said Daryl Kimball, executive director of the Arms Control Association, a D.C.-based arms control group. "I'm impressed by the accelerated timelines, which are important here, by the aggressive destruction schedule for Syria's chemical weapons."