Syria is not only the nodal point and the passageway for oil and gas pipelines on the way to Europe, but it also has even larger deposits of oil shale.If that is not a motive for the Western powers, what is? Something like that must necessarily be brought under control. Where would we be if the Syrian government wants to use the proceeds from there for the country?That is also one of the explanations as to why the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad was suddenly converted into an evil dictator who has to be removed by all means, like Saddam Hussein.The resources belong to the world community and not Syria. Thereby, the West just means that these resources belong to the oil companies. This news was published on the website of the “Syrian Oil & Gas News” on 29 May 2010.Coincidentally, shortly afterwards, the so-called rebellion against the Syrian government have begun, of which we meanwhile know now, that it is staged and controlled from abroad.The “rebels” are not even Syrians, but are hired terrorists of the Al-CIAda (“al-Qaida”) from all possible countries with the duty to destabilize the Syrian government and country by terrorism, to spread chaos and to produce Syrian refugees in order that the (terrorist organisation) NATO has a reason to intervene as “peacemakers”.Therefore, the Syrian city of Aleppo is so hard embattled.What has Jake Sully said in the movie “AVATAR”?
[ed notes;click link for whole article..meanwhile as i look into us geological survey reports on Syria,from 2010 it show Syria did indeed have growing mineral resource output on world markets especially phospahte and cobalt,but here is the final statement of report wich says it all... Outlook The outlook for the Syrian economy in general and the mineral industry in particular depends largely on the outcome of the “arab Spring” popular democracy movement, which began in January 2011 in Tunisia and spread to several countries in the Middle East and North africa, including Syria. if the outcome results in political and economic reform, stability, more openness, and adoption of free-market principles, Syria could be positioned to receive more local, regional, and international investment. 2010“This is how it’s done. When people are sitting on shit that you want, you make ‘em your enemy. Then you justify taking it.”