Rumours have been abounding that the invasion of Gaza has been in preparation mode for a long time and that a big enough excuse was needed. Then the rumours were expanded following the attack on October 7th that Netanyahu and his American allies had tricked Hamas by enabling them to enter the concert area. Then the rumours went even further as evidence became available that the Israeli secret services were also involved in massacring their own people to make the incident favourable for their sinister plan. Now, obviously, having the information to persuade the world is extremely difficult and dangerous given what is at stake, but how many would be surprised if this were available for public viewing? Be honest.

Across the planet, the secret services are working with the big corporations for the benefit of a very malignant group. Only marginal benefits are accrued by the general public. We have many brave people who have warned us over the years. How many of them lived to keep telling their tales or were allowed anywhere near power to turn the tanker around? If you step back and do some research, the scene becomes brutal and ugly.


The Gaza Strip, a region with a long history of geopolitical complexities, has recently drawn attention due to the discovery of significant natural gas reserves off its coast. The exploration of these reserves has the potential to impact not only the economic landscape of Gaza but also its political dynamics and relationships with neighbouring entities.

The natural gas reserves beneath Gaza’s coastal waters have been estimated to be substantial, holding promise for economic development and energy independence for the region. However, these resources have also become a focal point of contention and have added complexity to the already intricate political situation in the area.

The exploration and extraction of natural gas require significant investment in infrastructure, technology, and expertise, presenting both opportunities and challenges for Gaza. On one hand, the revenue generated from these reserves could bolster the region’s economy by providing employment opportunities, funding infrastructure projects, and improving living standards for its inhabitants. It could reduce Gaza’s dependence on external aid and create a more self-sustaining economy.

However, the exploitation of natural resources in conflict-ridden areas is often accompanied by challenges and potential risks. The presence of valuable resources can exacerbate existing tensions and lead to disputes over ownership, distribution of revenue, and resource management. In the case of Gaza, the ownership of these reserves is a contentious issue, with disputes involving multiple stakeholders, including the Palestinian Authority, Hamas, Israel, and international entities.

Moreover, the geopolitical implications of these reserves cannot be overlooked. The control and management of natural gas reserves have the potential to reshape regional alliances and power dynamics. The involvement of neighbouring countries and international players adds layers of complexity as various parties seek to assert their interests in the region.

The exploitation of natural resources in conflict zones like Gaza requires careful planning, transparent governance, and cooperation among stakeholders to ensure an equitable distribution of benefits and prevent further instability. It necessitates effective agreements, regulations, and mechanisms for revenue sharing and resource management that consider the interests of all involved parties.

The journey towards harnessing these natural gas reserves under Gaza’s waters is intertwined with the broader quest for stability, prosperity, and peace in the region. The responsible and sustainable development of these resources could potentially contribute to economic growth and stability in Gaza, offering a glimmer of hope for a better future. However, the complexities surrounding their extraction underline the need for prudent and inclusive approaches to maximize the benefits while mitigating risks and addressing the underlying geopolitical challenges.

Back in 2009, Jeremy Corbyn exposed what Israel and the USA were really up to in Gaza. This further explains why the forces united against him becoming prime minister:

And have you ever wondered why the USA is permanently trying to destabilise Venezuela…?

The gas reserves near Venezuela represent a significant natural resource with the potential to influence not only the country’s economy but also global energy dynamics. Situated in the Caribbean Sea, off the northern coast of Venezuela, these reserves hold immense promise for the nation’s development and could have far-reaching implications for the energy landscape.

Venezuela boasts substantial natural gas reserves, estimated to be among the largest in the world. These reserves, found primarily in offshore fields such as the Mariscal Sucre basin, are believed to contain vast quantities of natural gas. The exploration and extraction of these reserves could offer Venezuela an opportunity to diversify its economy, reduce dependence on oil, and strengthen its position as a significant player in the global energy market.

The significance of these gas reserves extends beyond Venezuela’s borders. As the world seeks cleaner energy sources to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, natural gas has emerged as a transitional fuel due to its lower carbon emissions compared to coal and oil. The availability of these reserves positions Venezuela as a potential key supplier of natural gas to meet global energy demands.

However, despite the immense potential, the exploitation of these reserves faces several challenges. Venezuela’s economic and political turmoil, including issues of governance, corruption, and international sanctions, have impeded the development of its energy sector. The lack of necessary investment, technology, and expertise has hindered the effective extraction and utilisation of these resources.

Furthermore, the geopolitical implications surrounding these gas reserves cannot be overlooked. The proximity of these reserves to neighbouring countries in the Caribbean and potential competing claims add complexity to the situation. Disputes over maritime boundaries, conflicting territorial claims, and regional power dynamics could complicate efforts to exploit these resources effectively.

The responsible management and development of these gas reserves are crucial for Venezuela’s economic recovery and global energy stability. It requires strategic planning, transparent governance, and collaboration with international partners to attract investment and the expertise necessary for exploration and infrastructure development.

Venezuela’s potential as a significant gas producer could not only contribute to its economic revival but also impact the global energy market. However, realising this potential requires addressing internal challenges, fostering a conducive investment climate, and navigating complex geopolitical realities to ensure that the benefits of these reserves are maximized for the country’s development and contribute positively to global energy needs.

One can see why the USA and the major corporate organisations are so desperate to keep favour with Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Nigeria by ensuring they remain under the governorship of amenable (to them) leaders and why they keep poking a stick at and disrupting those who are much less so. Also, we must ask how Qatar and Saudi Arabia are getting prestigious sporting tournaments like the football world cup when they are perceived as largely unsuitable given their political regimes.

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