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DECEMBER 2021

Assad Against Northern Syria’s “Democratic” Oil Smuggling Business

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A relaxing, profitable and, quite frankly, secure job has turned into a nightmare. It is now dangerous, difficult, and simply stressful. And it is all due to the actions of the “cowardly Assad regime” and its Russian backers.

Indeed, this relates to being an oil trafficker in Northern Syria. In the past be it the ISIS oil fields, or those in the Syrian Democratic Forces-controlled areas, “exporting” oil to Turkey was an easy and simple business. This has all changed.

On March 14th, a large-scale strike with missiles and heavy rockets hit oil traffickers in the Turkish-occupied areas. The were two targets. The first was the al-Himran crossing, which is located near the town of Jarabulus on the border with Turkey. The second was the village of Tarhin north of the town of al-Bab, featuring a network of makeshift refineries and oil storage facilites. Videos and photographs showed an apocalyptic sight, with massive fires and nothing but destruction.

On March 6th, catastrophic losses were suffered by oil traffickers from missile strikes on Tarhin and al-Himran in Aleppo. More than 200 oil tankers were destroyed. The White Helmets “rescue organization” said that four people were killed in the strike. At least 42 others were injured, some of them are reportedly in critical condition.

There are a plethora of videos and photographs of attacks on oil traffickers starting from early January 2021 onwards. Initially, the strikes were attributed to unknown attackers.

In the first days of the new year, there were numerous reports of “mysterious missile strikes” targeting oil smugglers. It turned out to be a sort of tradition – tankers exploding, so that they can’t provide the almost free oil to Turkey taken away from the Syrian people.

Still, another point of view should be considered – that of the oil traffickers. If the Western establishment were asked, they would say that they are a part of the moderate opposition and that they are doing the Syrian people a favor. Taking oil away from the “bloody Assad regime” is, after all, a good thing. The Syrian government, with Russian help, ruined yet another business opportunity.

It is clear that Damascus and Moscow have joined forces to impede the business development of Northern Syria. They began by dismantling ISIS’ (illegal) oil business, and then moved on to the Turkish-backed one.

Turkey itself claims that the “Syrian regime” is simply targeting civilian settlements. According to the Turkish Defense Ministry, this was uncalled for, and warranted a response from Turkey and its proxies. There was some shelling, but ultimately it led to nothing. The tyranny of destroying the democratic oil businessmen from the “moderate opposition” has no end.

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Smith Ricky

Muahaha

johnny rotten

Oil is starting to become a hot commodity in Syria, it will be problematic for poor moderate thieves to continue dealing with that kind of crime against the Syrian state.

Jens Holm

There is no Syrian State. The baathist behave as owner of that territory and by that dont share oil provenues with the many living there.

ISIS stole most of the Oil from the Baathist thieves. Now SDF has it. They are much more owners, then Assads ever has been. Not the thieves want it back -. ha ha.

Jens Holm

No offence but the “moderates” as well as the SDFs are more Syrians then the Assads. The Bad Artists has no patent. They had. HAD.

Supreme Blyat

The old Syrians had universities not Sharia law like “moderates”. So no, Assad is more Syrian than beheaders.

Jens Holm

So why the F … have they not been used to build up the country. I could tell You why.
The sytructures for that has not been allowed for decades.

Supreme Blyat

Because the backwards sunni arabs hate education and invaded all those countries, that’s why. Assad resembe Syrian culture before these burka illiterates took over. And that’s why they are supported by West, Turkey, Israel, because neocolonialism needs stupid people.

Jens Holm

Thats upside down.

Supreme Blyat

You are missinformed, the Assad Alawites are the civilised Syrians that send their girls to school, the “moderates” are burka people.

chris chuba

More Syrian? 15% of the population tops and the Kurds want to start a new country.
That leaves 85% of the population that you consider non-Syrian.

Oliver Eitel

I wonder if Mexican immegrants can start a new country in the USA???? Jens the clown

Jens Holm

Your joke makes a kind of common sense. The USA should integrate much better and here and there just as in Texas right now, we see the opposite by the republiccans making it difficut for the poor to vote by letter.

By that the spanish speakings, which by the way often are not mexicans at all, will not be able to easy give their votes.

And its the same for You as for hubba Chuba. You dont understand we use country structures with manyh strings and mainly two. Maybee You can see us beinglike spiders or brainells. Just because one string for a moment or some time is not there the whole spidernet as well as the brain wont be in lock down.

The rest will go on as usual and the bad things can be repaired or replaced and catch even well armed moskitos.

So the incommers instead of being only cheep labour should be educated much better and rewarded for it. But those also has to remeber its both ways. They have to change aty least some too. Ig´f people act like sitting duck only drinking tea, its tempting to treat the as that too.

Integration and for that matter assimilation is both ways.

We see the same for Europe, where Denmark is firs class. We dont ask people to come here, but if they do, they have to change many habits. We wont pay for people living here in Denmark, if they doi absolutly nothing for the state they live in. It also is much cheeper for us to feed them, where they come from.

After 10 years about 50% of the muslims still are with no jiobs and no educations even learning danish and dansish bad habits almost is a must. So the 50% which deny the needed changes should not be here at all.

For USA its same thing and also more minus then that. Its tempting to use those emmigrants for taking low educated jobs BUT by that USA instead of being more high tech compete with less developed countries instead of being in the front for tech.

ELPuerco

Its CALL: CALIFORNIA

Jens Holm

I never wrote anything like that at all. NEVER. Kurds max are 1,9 mio and Syria was estiamated to just above 20 million. Thats 8 to 10 %.

The country thing is higly incorrect as well. I can only see You are a lying shithole of the worst kind hit in Your brain by propaganda and fear from birth.

I will write no more. They have said the same things at least from 1991 and thats 29 years ago. The want local ´governess for local things. But You not even try to undertsnad it even thats how You make devellopments by trust and becomes a country.

Your % must be taken from from alcohol used for medical care or something.

The real facts are Assads systematicly has given the choise of Assads or Johadisme and Kurds are no choise. But facts also are that You by propaganda are told, there is nothing else and thats as false as things can be.

I live in a country, where 50% of the decissions are made by local public elected every 4th year and about 50% of the tax never reach Copenhagen. By that we locals decide local thigs, because we know whats needed and if there is money for it or not. But we often are much cheeper then if someone in Our country Governess should do it for us hardly not even asking for important things. By that we also are able to replace or even remove the politicians, which are no good as well as the local ones paid by us.

You could implement Ours or the good parts of them. Almost anything is better then primitive one string system onluy controlled by the top not seeing the conerns and organized for much smaller units such as emirates, Sultanates, Oblast, Villayest, Counties.

So You dont have that as well as the world ven inside little Syria is too too is even more complicated today then in 1946.

Today You just has replaced the weak Feudal King state, which it began with with some nepotistic robbing corrupt feudal od the same kind. They are rewarded for being criminals. The are like Cremlin in the ´bad old days of KGB.

ausjac

in all my years of following this site I have never once understood a word written by this guy. Jens please write in Danish then we can google translate…. Ok mate?

Jens Holm

I can teell You why. I write english very close to real english because we danes are close family to english. We also think and often act like them being in the germna/anglo saxian world.

You are notr from that group at all, if You write as You do. You think in an unfamiliar language thinking like it and middle east languages are much less advanced then Ours. You also has a lot of things, which are haram as well as things You have not even a language for.

So by that Im the one mixing written and spoken english in and advanced way. You are the one writing perfect lawyers english. But most here are not lawyers(or doctors or ingeniurs) at all. We are commoner in english.

And yes, my speeling often is not correct. I dont care half a tourist camel about it.

And no offence. I learn by asking. So if You ask, You often learn, so an advice is You learn to learn. Yu will keep Your level low as now unless You dont try to understand more of it.

It often goes for Russians too. You dont understand Our world, where we produce a lot based on loans and debt. Here You cant see investmenets by debt pays of. You dont undertsna dit help us alot women are educated, work and mainly are paid well. You dont understand Our freedom is based on everybody learn OWN responsability becauise only has it, when You are old and has to learn to take care of the rest and are forced by relkigion and traditions to raise them as obeying sheep.

Thats the difference to the Jews as well. They educate. It pays of. And next You blame them for handling things better then You instead of doing like them. Thats stupidisme. Ypu can see the results in GDP and many other things. We divide trust by equal rigts and try to keep the bad people down. You too often not even has tools for that by neutral sekularisme with uncorrupt opolice and sober laws used by sober lawyers.

So ask if You dont understand. I often will try again.

Vigilant

Mensch Holm , wat quatscht’n duda wieder für Zeugs , jungejungejunge

Oliver Eitel

danke mein deutscher Freund

Oliver Eitel

Vielleicht ist der Jens ja einer von der Cyber-Armee der USA oder NATO….lach mich schlapp

Jens Holm

Mein Far war Johannes Grossfuss aus Spandau und mutti war Fraulein Krupp. Ich bin auch dah.comment image

Jens Holm

Wir haben auch idioten wie Sie. Sie sind Hühnerarsch ohne eier.

Oliver Eitel

oh boy you forget you boss, not even combined there are more lol that was always the way don’t come up with BS….this man knew the intel u don’t little boy …..https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4525106/user-clip-brzezinski-assad-support-group-opposing-him

Oliver Eitel

Zbigniew Brzezinski big Boss of coverd operations himself…Assad has more support than all groups combined……and Jens the boy tells fairy tals

cechas vodobenikov

stop licking the amerikan dildo—you will swallow anything from your CIA BOYFRIEND

Samuel Vanguard

bloody turks and americans should pay for that oil to syrian government not to sdf or any militants

Jens Holm

There is no Syrian Goverment. 1/3 of the population is not even in the Country. You should wonder why.

chris chuba

Israel buys oil from Turkey, correct? Can’t wait for Netanyahu to scream at the UN accusing Iran of depriving Israel of oil.

Billo

Syrians should control Syrian oil. Not the US and not Israel.

gryzor84

Well great news on that front : the message has been sent, in quite a spectacular and telling way !

Jens Holm

There is no Syrian state. The oil and gas was private owned by the feudals of Damaskus.

Billo

You don’t have a brain either.

Jens Holm

I take it as a compliment.

Assad must stay

better listen up erdocunt and everyone else, quit stealing assad’s oil or he will keep pounding you with tochkas

gryzor84

A country willing to defend its natural ressources from illegal smuggling efforts undertaken by a coalition of military occupiers colluding with local treacherous separatists. Unacceptable indeed to impede Syria’s path to freedom and democracy by preventing those benefactors from acting for the greater good of the Syrian People, the author is right to point it out !

The evil SAA and its nasty Russian backers must immediately stand down, pack-up from all areas under their control and hand it over peacefully to the Turkish democratic Republic and the Guild of the Shariah-Wonders association, leave the country’s energy management to foreign governments and open-minded salafist paramilitary forces asking, praying and fighting daily for its downfall along with its miscreant secular people.

That noble stance would make more sense in order for Syria to become a “normal country” again. Too bad they’re governed by such fanatical , backward nationalists willing to grab all their oil for themselves.

Frankly, who keeps its own oil to oneself today anyway ? its meant to be gifted to higher powers for free, right ? what’s the point of benefiting from your ressources ? what’s the point of sovereignty for Christ’s sake !

Just roast in hell, mofos.

El Mashi

Never understood why stolen oil got to Turkey in the first place.

Helen4Yemen

Syrian problem and Arab problems in general began when the white
man – the US and Britain – decided to insert another white man, the
white Jews, that the US and Britain did not want on their lands but on
Arab soil. In July 1943, Lieutenant Colonel Harold B. Hoskins was
dispatched to Saudi Arabia to meet with the king to persuade him to
allow European Jewry to Palestine and the rest of the Arab region.
The king was firm: NO. Feb 1945, Roosevelt was determined to send
European Jewry to the Arab region (where they were totally unknown)
and he promised the king the world if he would help him. The king
was firm: NO. Why did Roosevelt not invite the Jews that he said he
cared so much about to his own land? He did not want them on his
land but on someone else’s land. We also do no want them an our land
and it would not matter if they are Jews or Hindus or Zulus, they are
a foreign people who arrived and seize Arab land by force. Until the
Arabs manage to free Palestine and send the foreigners home, the Arab
region will remain in turmoil.

Lieutenant Colonel Harold B. Hoskins summarized his meeting with the
Saudi King which is certainly fascinating to read.

https://history.state.gov/historicaldocuments/frus1943v04/d846

Helen4Yemen

Washington, October 2, 1963
From President Kennedy
To Prime Minister Eshkol

The attitude of the United States to the creation of Israel
has always been one of sympathy and understanding for
your aspiration to re-establish your ancient homeland. Our
policies have given concrete proof of our determination to
see a prosperous Israel securely established in the Near
East and accepted by her immediate neighbors. We shall
continue this policy.(JFK)

Re-establish and “ancient-homeland” are what the Jews
claim as having a right to invade and occupy Arab land but
why Kennedy could not look at them and figure out that
the European Jews were just as European as he was and
completely alien to the Middle East region is hard for me to
understand. Today thanks to DNA, what we always believed
has been confirmed to be true that the Ashkenazi are no
Israelite but a European people. What now? Should they not
just apologize and just get out of Arab land?

cechas vodobenikov

dimwit
it is turkey and Kurds most destabilizing Syria today

Helen4Yemen

1 Exclusive: Obama authorizes secret U.S. support for Syrian rebels
2 Exclusive: Israel Is Tending to Wounded Syrian Rebels
3 REPORT: ISRAEL TREATING AL-QAIDA FIGHTERS WOUNDED IN SYRIA CIVIL WAR
4 How Islamist rebels engineered Israel’s oil grab in Syria
5 INSIDE ISRAEL’S SECRET WAR IN SYRIA
6 Israel’s exploitation of the Syrian war is laid bare
7 Israel acknowledges it is helping Syrian rebel fighters
8 Israel’s covert involvement in Syria conflict to escalate
9 Israel’s Need to Take a Stand against the Assad Regime: A Moral Imperative and Strategic Necessity
10 Syria civil war: Assad regime accuses Israel of being ‘al-Qaeda’s air force’ as conflict edges closer to shared border
11 ISRAEL SECRETLY PAYING SALARIES OF SYRIAN REBELS ON GOLAN HEIGHTS BORDER: REPORT
12 Israel ‘giving secret aid to Syrian rebels’, report says
13 Israel Gives Secret Aid to Syrian Rebels
14 Inside Israel’s Secret Program to Back Syrian Rebels
15 Saudi Arabia Offers Sophisticated Weapons to Syrian Rebels
16 Israel’s exploitation of the Syrian war is laid bare
17 The State Department admitted that the Nusra Front could be receiving U.S. arms
18 How America Armed Terrorists in Syria
19 Israeli Army Admits to Arming Syria Rebels, Then Censors Story
20 IDF confirms: Israel provided light-weapons to Syrian rebels
21 Foreign report: Israel armed Syrian rebels to fight Iran proxy and ISIS
22 Israel Is Now Arming Seven Rebel Groups in Syria
23 Israel admits 200+ strikes against ‘Iranian targets’ in Syria over 18 months
24 Israel Admits to Giving Guns to Anti-Government Extremists in Syria
25 Israeli Army Chief Admits to Arming Syrian Rebels in Golan Heights
26 IDF chief finally acknowledges that Israel supplied weapons to Syrian rebels via
27 Outgoing IDF chief: Israel has struck ‘thousands’ of Iranian targets in Syria

Helen4Yemen

This is the plan of the International Jews for the Arab region.
Source : the ODED Yinon Plan.

———

The Western front, which on the surface appears more
problematic, is in fact less complicated than the Eastern front,
in which most of the events that make the headlines have been
taking place recently. Lebanon’s total dissolution into five
provinces serves as a precedent for the entire Arab world
including Egypt, Syria, Iraq and the Arabian peninsula and is
already following that track. The dissolution of Syria and
Iraq later on into ethnically or religiously unquiet areas such
as in Lebanon, is Israel’s primary target on the Eastern front
in the long run, while the dissolution of the military power of
those states serves as the primary short term target. Syria will
fall apart, in accordance with its ethnic and religious
structure, into several states such as in present day Lebanon,
so that there will be a Shi’ite Alawi state along its coast, a
Sunni state in the Aleppo area, another Sunni state in Damascus
hostile to its northern neighbor, and the Druzes who will set up
a state, maybe even in our Golan, and certainly in the Hauran
and in northern Jordan. This state of affairs will be the
guarantee for peace and security in the area in the long run,
and that aim is already within our reach today.
Iraq, rich
in oil on the one hand and internally torn on the other, is
guaranteed as a candidate for Israel’s targets. Its dissolution
is even more important for us than that of Syria. Iraq is
stronger than Syria. In the short run it is Iraqi power which
constitutes the greatest threat to Israel. An Iraqi-Iranian war
will tear Iraq apart and cause its downfall at home even before
it is able to organize a struggle on a wide front against us.
Every kind of inter-Arab confrontation will assist us in the
short run and will shorten the way to the more important aim of
breaking up Iraq into denominations as in Syria and in Lebanon. In Iraq, a division into provinces along ethnic/religious
lines as in Syria during Ottoman times is possible. So, three (
or more) states will exist around the three major cities: Basra,
Baghdad and Mosul, and Shi’ite areas in the south will separate
from the Sunni and Kurdish north. It is possible that the
present Iranian-Iraqi confrontation will deepen this
polarization.

verner

turkey has its own plan and the kurds are betting their last dinars on the jews in palestine as represented by the odious yankee-twats. once erdogan realizes that his ambitious plans re idlib etc will fail, as they will,, he will turn his attention to the kurds along the border between turkey and syria and turkey and iraq since there is no way he will grant the kurds even a quarter of sovereignty. they, in his eyes, are tenants in the borderland and will so remain. and the kurds won’t be helped much by the yankee-twats.

regardless of that, the singularly most important issue in the middle east is to send the jews in palestine packing, it’s either somewhere else or 6 feet under – in fact the entire middle east must be cleansed of jews, masquerading as locals while in fact beíng spies for the jews in palestine.

angrycitizen

The White Helmets’ reporting of the strikes and rescuing of the moderate terrorists, will surely win them another Pulitzer Prize and a Nobel Peace Prize!

Ron

Southfront, I resent this picture of President Assad. Your portraying him has a evil man with those red glowing eyes. Shame on you, please do better in the future.

Jens Holm

We in west has to give those groups name, so moderate is compared to ISIS only. The writer infect and even conclude from the false alligation.

Most of us in the West not even like socalled normal Islam unless its sekular.

I anything the writer instead should rename Assads to,what they actually are, when new words for correct description is invented.

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