Written By: Joey Rogers
The Syrian civil war is in its fifth year. Around half a million people have lost their lives and millions more have been displaced within their own country, or have taken refuge in neighboring countries.
Hundreds of thousands are trying to find their way to Europe through boats and by foot. The situation is catastrophic and the worst thing is that there is no end in sight to the plight of Syrian people.
The worst episode in the Syrian civil war occurred when Assad’s troops carried out chemical weapon attacks in Ghouta near the capital Damascus. The attack garnered immediate response from Western powers and strikes against Bashar Al Assad seemed imminent.
This was only one event in Syria. The civil war is regarded as one of the most brutal conflicts in modern history that has taken the characteristics of genocide and ethnic cleansing.
The plan was to destroy these countries and control their enormous energy resources. The Syrian civil war is only one of the arena where the West’s conspiracy for control of oil is being played out Western countries know that their industrial development will always be dependent on oil, and the bulk of this resource will always be produced by Middle East. Read more…