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Wednesday   September 4, 2013

It Is Now Endgame!

by Tom Heneghan, International Intelligence Expert

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UNITED STATES of America  -  It can now be reported that the entire Syrian BLACK OP aka NSA psyop involves a natural gas pipeline that links the Nazi Paperclip government of Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, the government of Cyprus, along with Turkey, that is all about regime change in Syria that will allow the completion of a natural gas pipeline that would allow massive profits to come into the coffers of Israeli, U.S., Turkish and Cyprus financial entities.

Note: At this hour, the aforementioned parties, along with President Barack Obama, are negotiating with Russian President Vladimir Putin aka a financial disbursement that will give all of the aforementioned parties a piece of the action.

As we speak, current Syrian President al-Assad is preparing to leave Syria for Istanbul, Turkey.  

P.S. Personal message to President Barack Obama: We ask you to immediately order an end to the attack on myself, Thomas G. Heneghan, and Mary Schneider (a court adjudicated federal whistleblower), who are real patriotic U.S. citizens that believe in the U.S. Constitution, by four rogue Nazi Paperclip NSA intelligence agency stooges against Tom and Mary:

Adamus Group Nazi Gordon Duff (who believes Nazi Germany was correct in WWII), con man Leo Wanta (who is a total stooge of the German Nazi "Skull and Bones" Deutsche Bank), Stew Webb (a blackmailer and FBI Division 5 informant) who spent five (5) years, along with his NSA Otis Johnson, tapping my phone, V. K. Durham (who had family members detained in 1918 for supporting Germany WWI efforts against America, France and Britain), and last but not least, Marilyn Barnewall (of Nazi German bloodline) who has been a lifelong supporter of the Bush Family and worked in the espionage operation against current California Governor Jerry Brown's 2010 election campaign for Governor of California.

Message to Barnewall: Governor Brown now knows Wanta is a fraud and an audit of Bank of America is forthcoming.

Note: This audit will indicate and prove that Wanta and Adamus Group are involved in a massive Bank of America ponzi scheme involving the Japanese yen and the Australian dollar.

Reference: This is all U.S. Taxpayers' money that was given to the crooked Bank of America in the treasonous Bush-Pelosi 2008 'Bail Out'.

In closing, another message to President Barack Obama: Tom Heneghan and Mary Schneider are American citizens. Tom Heneghan's father was awarded a Silver Star for storming Normandy Beach in WWII. If he were alive today he would grab Gordon Duff and put him in a detention center and tell Leo Wanta and V. K. Durham to stop speaking guttural BushFRAUD German Nazi language.

Note to V. K. Durham: I talked to President Albert Gore today.  He is the duly elected REAL President, Bush and Bitch aren't, you had better learn English.

16 TRILLION cubic meters of Natural Gas
discovered in Mediterranean

Is The United States Going To Go To War With Syria Over A Natural Gas Pipeline?

By Michael Snyder, on September 3rd, 2013

Now the United States is getting directly involved in the conflict. If the U.S. is successful in getting rid of the Assad regime, it will be good for either the Saudis or Qatar (and possibly for both), and it will be really bad for Russia. This is a strategic geopolitical conflict about natural resources, religion and money, and it really has nothing to do with chemical weapons at all.

It has been common knowledge that Qatar has desperately wanted to construct a natural gas pipeline that will enable it to get natural gas to Europe for a very long time. The following is an excerpt from an article from 2009...

As you just read, there were two proposed routes for the pipeline. Unfortunately for Qatar, Saudi Arabia said no to the first route and Syria said no to the second route. The following is from an absolutely outstanding article in the Guardian...

If Qatar is able to get natural gas flowing into Europe, that will be a significant blow to Russia. So the conflict in Syria is actually much more about a pipeline than it is about the future of the Syrian people. In a recent article, Paul McGuire summarized things quite nicely...

Yes, I know that this is all very complicated.

But no matter how you slice it, there is absolutely no reason for the United States to be getting involved in this conflict.

If the U.S. does get involved, we will actually be helping al-Qaeda terrorists that behead mothers and their infants...

Is this really who we want to be "allied" with?

And of course once we strike Syria, the war could escalate into a full-blown conflict very easily.

If you believe that the Obama administration would never send U.S. troops into Syria, you are just being naive. In fact, according to Jack Goldsmith, a professor at Harvard Law School, the proposed authorization to use military force that has been sent to Congress would leave the door wide open for American "boots on the ground"...

Would you like to send your own son or your own daughter to fight in Syria just so that a natural gas pipeline can be built?

What the United States should be doing in this situation is so obvious that even the five-year-old grandson of Nancy Pelosi can figure it out...

Unfortunately, his grandmother and most of our other insane "leaders" in Washington D.C. seem absolutely determined to take us to war

In the end, how much American blood will be spilled over a stupid natural gas pipeline?


The Levantine Basin: A Mediterranean Hydrocarbon Saga Begins for Greece, Turkey, Cyprus and Israel
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Posted by Roadwolf on 8 March 2012, 8:57 am

Syria, Libya, and the Twin Towers…

I believe that Adam Curry and John C Dvorak have hit the nail on the head in regards to Syria. As to say that much of the issue there is a false flag, and most of the disruption is being caused by corporate mercenaries which are trying to disrupt the natural gas pipelines, in addition to false flag movements by the French, Russian, American and Israel governments.

Why would this be important?


For hundreds of years Israel hasn’t had any marketable natural resources. Now, the Levant (Leviathan) gas fields have been found in much of Israel’s borders. The Leviathan gas field is one of the richest natural gas deposits in the world, and it is very close to Europe. Europe is the 2nd largest Natural Gas market in the world, and with Nuclear power in Europe becoming taboo, Natural Gas is the next cleanest, cheapest, and most abundant power source for the continent.

Well, Israel is looking at this all with dollar signs in their eyes. But how to get this gas to Europe?

Their arch rival, Syria, is in the way… Well, this is when you do some dirty backroom dealing, and convince various factions that they need to make Syria a warzone. This is all theory of course, but think about it. Israel has been at war with Syria for how long now? ages… most people can’t even remember when the conflict began. I would be willing to bet that the CIA is behind much of the propaganda surrounding the Syria false flag.

The thing is, a lot of this is corporate warfare. Natural gas is big money. It may be cheap, but it is plentiful and fairly easy to manage. Assuming you dont have people trying to blow up your pipelines every other day. Which is what is happening in Homs, Syria. Homs is home to a large pipeline coming up from Egypt.  
It is being worked on still, but it is a big project. Well, Israel wants to build a pipeline too… But they want to raise the price of natural gas. So why not bomb a few pipelines to raise demand.

The rumor is that Israel is going to be building a natural gas pipeline underwater connecting to Greece. Completely avoiding their rival countries. But, if that doesn’t work out, they need to prepare for a land based pipeline. Strangely enough Syria’s oil minister has recently resigned to join the anti-government movement… This is yet more ammo towards the theory that this whole thing is a corporate war, which has big money at stake depending what side you are on.

Our military has states a desire not to get involved in Syria (or for that matter Iran), but our government is now considering sending them in, as they did in Libya (which WAS a false flag war (Preview) ) which was an oil war. American oil companies occupied oil plants in Libya during the entire conflict, uninterrupted by the fighting, while other countries evacuated their workers. The ‘rebels’ in Libya were actually al-Qaeda (Preview) . And again, we were working with them… And the ‘rebels’ were the ones attacking the civilians (Preview) , not the army…

There are reports that al-Qaeda is also in Syria (Preview) . Not only are they in Syria, but they are working with the US! This is interesting. I think about the US working with al-Qaeda in Syria, and also in Libya… And what about Afganistan? This is getting pretty fucked up. Russia Today refers to al-Qaeda as AL-CIAda, and I am starting to think they are right…

So I guess this can even point back twelve years, and we look at the twin towers. al-Qaeda claimed responsibility, so does this mean it was all planned by the CIA? The CIA has been known to work with the Israel version of the CIA, Mossad for ages, in fact all the way back to the JFK assassination. Together, they have worked closely over the years, planning, plotting, killing, and exchanging money. Why was it that no Jewish people came to work at the Twin Towers, on the day the planes hit? Over 100 of them called in sick, from what I can remember.

It is also interesting that Afganistan has turned into a huge opium production source since our troops stepped foot on the ground. The Taliban actually tried to adhere to a United Nations mandate to reduce drug production, and actually initiated the most successful anti-drug campaign, reducing production nationwide by 91%. When the US took over, production increased by over 1000% by some reports!!!

I think it is safe to say one should be skeptical when they hear that al-Queda is involved somewhere. That likely means the US or Israel is behind the mission in some way.

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As Lafayette remains at Brandywine and Albert Gore Jr. remains the duly elected REAL President of the United States.

Albert Gore Jr., the REAL President of the United States




The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World

In its international aspect the statue, which was a gift from the people of France to the people of the United States, commemorates the long friendship between the peoples of the two Nations—a friendship that has continued since the American Revolution when, implemented by the French with sinews of war, it helped turn the tide of victory to the side of the Colonies.

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The moment I heard of America, I lov'd her. The Moment I knew she was fighting for freedom I burnt with a desire of bleeding for her--and the moment I schall be able of serving her in any time or any part of the world, will be among the happiest in my life.
--The Marquis de Lafayette to Henry Laurens, President of Congress, October 1778.2
 The Nabucco Agreement was signed by a handful of European nations and Turkey back in 2009. It was an agreement to run a natural gas pipeline across Turkey into Austria, bypassing Russia again with Qatar in the mix as a supplier to a feeder pipeline via the proposed Arab pipeline from Libya to Egypt to Nabucco (is the picture getting clearer?). The problem with all of this is that a Russian backed Syria stands in the way.

  Qatar would love to sell its LNG to the EU and the hot Mediterranean markets. The problem for Qatar in achieving this is Saudi Arabia. The Saudis have already said "NO" to an overland pipe cutting across the Land of Saud. The only solution for Qatar if it wants to sell its oil is to cut a deal with the U.S.

  Recently Exxon Mobile and Qatar Petroleum International have made a $10 Billion deal that allows Exxon Mobile to sell natural gas through a port in Texas to the UK and Mediterranean markets. Qatar stands to make a lot of money and the only thing standing in the way of their aspirations is Syria.

  The US plays into this in that it has vast wells of natural gas, in fact the largest known supply in the world. There is a reason why natural gas prices have been suppressed for so long in the US. This is to set the stage for US involvement in the Natural Gas market in Europe while smashing the monopoly that the Russians have enjoyed for so long. What appears to be a conflict with Syria is really a conflict between the U.S. and Russia!

  The main cities of turmoil and conflict in Syria right now are Damascus, Homs, and Aleppo. These are the same cities that the proposed gas pipelines happen to run through. Qatar is the biggest financier of the Syrian uprising, having spent over $3 billion so far on the conflict. The other side of the story is Saudi Arabia, which finances anti-Assad groups in Syria. The Saudis do not want to be marginalized by Qatar; thus they too want to topple Assad and implant their own puppet government, one that would sign off on a pipeline deal and charge Qatar for running their pipes through to Nabucco.
Qatar has proposed a gas pipeline from the Gulf to Turkey in a sign the emirate is considering a further expansion of exports from the world's biggest gasfield after it finishes an ambitious programme to more than double its capacity to produce liquefied natural gas (LNG).

  "We are eager to have a gas pipeline from Qatar to Turkey," Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, the ruler of Qatar, said last week, following talks with the Turkish president Abdullah Gul and the prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the western Turkish resort town of Bodrum. "We discussed this matter in the framework of co-operation in the field of energy. In this regard, a working group will be set up that will come up with concrete results in the shortest possible time," he said, according to Turkey's Anatolia news agency.

  Other reports in the Turkish press said the two states were exploring the possibility of Qatar supplying gas to the strategic Nabucco pipeline project, which would transport Central Asian and Middle Eastern gas to Europe, bypassing Russia. A Qatar-to-Turkey pipeline might hook up with Nabucco at its proposed starting point in eastern Turkey. Last month, Mr Erdogan and the prime ministers of four European countries signed a transit agreement for Nabucco, clearing the way for a final investment decision next year on the EU-backed project to reduce European dependence on Russian gas.

  "For this aim, I think a gas pipeline between Turkey and Qatar would solve the issue once and for all," Mr Erdogan added, according to reports in several newspapers. The reports said two different routes for such a pipeline were possible. One would lead from Qatar through Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iraq to Turkey. The other would go through Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria and on to Turkey. It was not clear whether the second option would be connected to the Pan-Arab pipeline, carrying Egyptian gas through Jordan to Syria. That pipeline, which is due to be extended to Turkey, has also been proposed as a source of gas for Nabucco.

  Based on production from the massive North Field in the Gulf, Qatar has established a commanding position as the world's leading LNG exporter. It is consolidating that through a construction programme aimed at increasing its annual LNG production capacity to 77 million tonnes by the end of next year, from 31 million tonnes last year. However, in 2005, the emirate placed a moratorium on plans for further development of the North Field in order to conduct a reservoir study.
  In 2009 - the same year former French foreign minister Dumas alleges the British began planning operations in Syria - Assad refused to sign a proposed agreement with Qatar that would run a pipeline from the latter's North field, contiguous with Iran's South Pars field, through Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria and on to Turkey, with a view to supply European markets - albeit crucially bypassing Russia. Assad's rationale was "to protect the interests of [his] Russian ally, which is Europe's top supplier of natural gas."

  Instead, the following year, Assad pursued negotiations for an alternative $10 billion pipeline plan with Iran, across Iraq to Syria, that would also potentially allow Iran to supply gas to Europe from its South Pars field shared with Qatar. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the project was signed in July 2012 - just as Syria's civil war was spreading to Damascus and Aleppo - and earlier this year Iraq signed a framework agreement for construction of the gas pipelines.

  The Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline plan was a "direct slap in the face" to Qatar's plans. No wonder Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, in a failed attempt to bribe Russia to switch sides, told President Vladmir Putin that "whatever regime comes after" Assad, it will be "completely" in Saudi Arabia's hands and will "not sign any agreement allowing any Gulf country to transport its gas across Syria to Europe and compete with Russian gas exports", according to diplomatic sources. When Putin refused, the Prince vowed military action.
Al-Qaeda linked terrorists in Syria have beheaded all 24 Syrian passengers traveling from Tartus to Ras al-Ain in northeast of Syria, among them a mother and a 40-days old infant.

  Gunmen from the terrorist Islamic State of Iraq and Levant stopped the bus on the road in Talkalakh and killed everyone before setting the bus on fire.
  The proposed AUMF focuses on Syrian WMD but is otherwise very broad. It authorizes the President to use any element of the U.S. Armed Forces and any method of force. It does not contain specific limits on targets – either in terms of the identity of the targets (e.g. the Syrian government, Syrian rebels, Hezbollah, Iran) or the geography of the targets. Its main limit comes on the purposes for which force can be used. Four points are worth making about these purposes.

  First, the proposed AUMF authorizes the President to use force “in connection with” the use of WMD in the Syrian civil war. (It does not limit the President’s use force to the territory of Syria, but rather says that the use of force must have a connection to the use of WMD in the Syrian conflict.

  Activities outside Syria can and certainly do have a connection to the use of WMD in the Syrian civil war.). Second, the use of force must be designed to “prevent or deter the use or proliferation” of WMDs “within, to or from Syria” or (broader yet) to “protect the United States and its allies and partners against the threat posed by such weapons.” Third, the proposed AUMF gives the President final interpretive authority to determine when these criteria are satisfied (“as he determines to be necessary and appropriate”). Fourth, the proposed AUMF contemplates no procedural restrictions on the President’s powers (such as a time limit).

  I think this AUMF has much broader implications than Ilya Somin described. Some questions for Congress to ponder:

  (1) Does the proposed AUMF authorize the President to take sides in the Syrian Civil War, or to attack Syrian rebels associated with al Qaeda, or to remove Assad from power? Yes, as long as the President determines that any of these entities has a (mere) connection to the use of WMD in the Syrian civil war, and that the use of force against one of them would prevent or deter the use or proliferation of WMD within, or to and from, Syria, or protect the U.S. or its allies (e.g. Israel) against the (mere) threat posed by those weapons. It is very easy to imagine the President making such determinations with regard to Assad or one or more of the rebel groups.

  (2) Does the proposed AUMF authorize the President to use force against Iran or Hezbollah, in Iran or Lebanon? Again, yes, as long as the President determines that Iran or Hezbollah has a (mere) a connection to the use of WMD in the Syrian civil war, and the use of force against Iran or Hezbollah would prevent or deter the use or proliferation of WMD within, or to and from, Syria, or protect the U.S. or its allies (e.g. Israel) against the (mere) threat posed by those weapons.
  I'll tell you this story and then I really do have to go. My five-year-old grandson, as I was leaving San Francisco yesterday, he said to me, Mimi, my name, Mimi, war with Syria, are you yes war with Syria, no, war with Syria. And he's five years old. We're not talking about war; we're talking about action. Yes war with Syria, no with war in Syria. I said, 'Well, what do you think?' He said, 'I think no war.'