ISRAEL – Israel provoking more trouble with neighbours in Golan Heights by allowing globalist owned company to drill for oil.

golanIt seems that Israel is set to start yet another conflict with its neighbours by allowing globalist owned energy company, Genie (GNE) to drill for oil in the occupied territory of Golan Heights.

Under international law, the Golan Heights is classed as occupied Syrian territory. Israel captured the Golan Heights during the Six Day War in 1967, and annexed it in 1981, allowing Israeli settlers to move into the area, even though Israel’s claim to the territory is not recognised by the international community.

Syria has demanded the return of the Golan Heights during past peace talks between Israel and Syria, and oil exploration was halted 20 years ago in the hope of a peace deal.

Major shareholders of GNE include globalists Rupert Murdoch, Dick Cheney and Jacob Rothschild – all know to be major manipulators of global markets, heavily involved in commercial interests in the Middle-East, and major influencers of the US government. Head of the company is Effie Eitam, a Golan settler and former Israeli cabinet minister.

The granting of a drilling licence is likely to draw international protest to Israel’s actions, which show total disregard for developing peace in the troubled area. Although we suspect that the US will make little effort to criticise Israel considering the close relationship the two states have, and the involvement of globalists in the drilling operation.

Israel’s actions seem to be provocative rather than cooperative, and their closeness to those who control much of the world’s resources may point to the reason why destabilisation seems to be the main focus of the Zionist state.

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