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Blood for Water?

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posted on Apr, 27 2011 @ 11:55 AM
The nation of Israel is running short on water… and fast. An August 2009 article from Haaretz [1] states that ‘Israel’s main source of water faces dire shortages’. Israel has been using the water resources from the Golan Heights which they stole from Syria 44 years ago but now they are running out:

The Water Authority wants to begin the coming winter with the Kinneret no lower than it was last year at that time. The level of the lake is currently about 45 centimeters lower than it was at this time last year, but it is unlikely it will maintain this level; the Water Authority predicts that the level will fall to 214.87 meters below sea level, lower than the "black line" below which the lake's pumps cannot operate properly.

Israel is facing a water crisis. So what have they decided to do about it? Publicly they have done in the way of searching for more water since they are basically running out. There is no way they can sustain their population on the water resources available just within their country for the next 20 years.

But Israel is not alone in this water crisis. Many countries, especially Arab countries, are facing a dire water scarcity problem. And since fresh water opportunities are running out in their countries they could be setting their sights somewhere else.

And that could just be what they have done.

On March 19, 2011 a coalition force authorized by the UN launched an air assault upon the Libyan to establish a no-fly zone. The guise of this intervention led by France, Great Britain, United States, and backed by the Arab League was a humanitarian intervention to stop the regime of Muammar Qaddafi from “bombing his own citizens”.

The only natural resources us in the West know about in Libya are its vast oil resources however Libya has much more than that. They have something every Middle Eastern country would kill for… water, and lots of it. [2]

In the 1960s during oil exploration deep in the southern Libyan desert, vast reservoirs of high quality water were discovered in the form of aquifers…
In Libya there are four major underground basins, these being the Kufra basin, the Sirt basin, the Morzuk basin and the Hamada basin, the first three of which contain combined reserves of 35,000 cubic kilometres of water. These vast reserves offer almost unlimited amounts of water for the Libyan people.


The goal of the Libyan Arab people, embodied in the Great Man-Made River project, is to make Libya a source of agricultural abundance, capable of producing adequate food and water to supply its own needs and to share with neighboring countries. In short, the River is literally Libya’s ‘meal ticket’ to self-sufficiency.

That could very well be the problem. Seeing as Libya is one of only a handful of countries which does not have a central bank run by the Rothschild international banking cabal [3]. They definitely could not have independent Libya become completely self-sufficient under Muammar Qaddafi and not reap any of the rewards all the while their Rothschild owned nations run quickly out of usable fresh water.

But don’t worry that problem is being taken care of, the rebels have already established their own central bank [4], and they are also going to set up a national oil company [5]. I wonder how long until they take control of Qaddafi’s river project?

Is this war a humanitarian mission or designed to hand over one of the few remaining countries without a Rothschild controlled central banker over to the international cabal, seize Libya’s vast water resources and their amazing river project, take their oil resources, and finally get rid of Muammar Qaddafi who has been a thorn in their side for awhile now?

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posted on Apr, 27 2011 @ 12:05 PM
So... Israel wants to take over Libya so that it can build a 1000 km long pipe to transport water back to the home country.
Across Egypt.
And such a pipeline would never be sabotaged, of course.

Yep. Clearly a workable project.

posted on Apr, 27 2011 @ 12:12 PM
Very Good points Misoir

control the water supply and you control food, not much combat needed in a war when you cut off food and water.


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