Chinese author cites militants fleeing US control zone in Syria


An article was published in the Chinese media about the US military presence in Syria. The author in the material on the pages of Sohu writes that if for Syria itself the war that lasts for many years is actually a war for the survival of the country and its people, then for the United States the goal of this war is the same as that which was pursued during the invasion of other countries of the Middle East and North Africa.


Material Author:

This goal is to gain access to resources, primarily oil. Syria has significant hydrocarbon reserves, and the way the United States behaves there today, frankly says that it is Syrian oil that is primarily interested in Washington.

The plot also notes that the States in Syria are now forced to "solve the accompanying problem." Sohu recalls that for the United States, the situation radically changed at the moment when the Russian military came to Syria - at the request of Bashar al-Assad.

From the article:

And now the Americans have to take care of solving the problem of expanding the presence and sphere of influence of Russia in the Middle East.

The author writes that the US’s dreams of a regime change in Syria turned into a “soap bubble”.

From the material:

And now they have the primary task - to remain in Syria, in the oil fields.

The author recalls that Syria is far from the only country where the United States, under the slogan of building democracy, has switched to pumping oil.

At the same time, the Chinese author writes why the militants have recently left the territories controlled by the US military (one of these escapes happened just the other day - a group of militants left the Et-Tanf area and surrendered to the Syrian army, having folded weapon) The material talks about the reason for the flight - the militants hoped the following: with their support for the Americans in the oil fields, they would finance groups through the sale of oil or allow the militants themselves to sell hydrocarbons. But nothing of the kind happens - the proceeds from the smuggling of illegally extracted oil go into the American pocket, which causes outrage from the militants with whom the Americans “flirted”. The militants, who hoped for American funding, were deceived, and therefore decided to leave the zone of American control and surrender weapons, ammunition and radio stations to the SAA.
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  1. marchcat April 20 2020 12: 16 New
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    The United States, under the banner of building democracy, has switched to pumping oil.
    Pumping other people's resources, this is the "democracy" in the US. And the militants are just puppets.
    1. Deniska999 April 20 2020 12: 22 New
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      At least once they would write what oil reserves are in Syria.
      1. Thrall April 20 2020 12: 47 New
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        Syria in terms of proven oil reserves shares the 31/32 place in the world with Uganda and 2,5 billion barrels, which is about 0,1% of the world's reserves.
        1. Insurgent April 20 2020 13: 40 New
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          Chinese author cites militants fleeing US control zone in Syria

          And so Boris Rozhin (Colonel Cassad) comments on the event:

          A large group of militants from the Revolutionary Commando gang https://twitter.com/MaghaweirThowra/with_replies escaped in carts from the US-controlled At-Tanf and surrendered to the Syrian military in the Palmyra region, transferring small arms, carts and equipment to the military SAA. These fighters were trained and armed by the CIA and the US military since 2016 in Jordan.
          The basic structure - the former fighters of SSA, the former fighters of ISIS, deserters from the Syrian army, various mercenaries. The group did not have great military successes - while still being part of the "New Syrian Army", they were beaten hard by the igloids, and then from the Syrians. Since 2017, they have been sitting hopelessly in At-Tanf (except for those whom the United States transferred to northern Syria during operations against the Caliphate and taking control of the Al-Shaddadi region).


          On the group’s page, they pitifully justify that it’s not heroic fighters with the “Assad’s bloody regime” who were drapanul, but a drug dealer and members of his family who could not stand the “decisive efforts of the group to combat drug trafficking through At-Tanf controlled by the Americans.”
          The people laugh at these explanations, since it turns out that one of the leaders of the group, until recently, organized drug trafficking through At-Tanf, and no one arrested him - neither the Americans nor the militants.

          Best comment: "You had a few hours, but you could only come up with a miserable lie. No wonder you can’t defeat Assad since 2011."
      2. g1v2 April 20 2020 18: 35 New
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        There are no serious oil reserves there. But for itself it would be enough and would not have to ask Iran for oil. The main value is the export pipeline from Iraq to the coast, which just passes through the desert. This is where the remains of the Igil gangs roam. Plus, from time to time, mattresses are launched from their reservation by militants. Including constant raids and sabotage do not allow to restore the export of Iraqi oil or its purchases for Syria.
        At the same time, there are gas deposits in Syria - both in the desert and on the shelf. And here everything is already more interesting. The Russian company conducted a study and it seems that the offshore field is quite decent. Enough for your own needs and for sale. Moreover, it cannot be ruled out that these deposits on the shelf of Syria and Lebanon are part of one large. And then everything becomes even more interesting.
        On land, deposits are located like this.
  2. rich April 20 2020 12: 18 New
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    The material talks about the reason for the flight - the militants hoped the following: with their support for the Americans in the oil fields, they would finance groups through the sale of oil or allow the militants themselves to sell hydrocarbons. But nothing of the kind happens - the proceeds from the smuggling of illegally extracted oil go into the American pocket, which causes outrage from the militants with whom the Americans “flirted”. The militants, who hoped for American funding, were deceived, and therefore decided to leave the zone of American control and surrender weapons, ammunition and radio stations to the SAA.

    Outraged militants apparently sent a telegram to the Chinese author about this. yes It’s strange. And why didn’t they call the sportlotto about this glaring fact?
    1. novel66 April 20 2020 12: 25 New
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      they wanted to eat ... and these bastards do not even feed
      1. rich April 20 2020 12: 30 New
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        And what's the point of feeding them? Like a wolf, do not feed him anyway looking into the forest fades
        1. novel66 April 20 2020 12: 55 New
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          Well, as it were, we are responsible ...
          1. rich April 20 2020 14: 19 New
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            Well, as it were, we are responsible ...

            Do not understand? What are you talking about?
            1. novel66 April 20 2020 14: 46 New
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              I'm stupid about it
              1. novel66 April 20 2020 14: 48 New
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                that is about it
  3. parusnik April 20 2020 12: 19 New
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    the militants hoped the following: with their support for the Americans in the oil fields, they would finance groups by selling oil, or they would allow the militants themselves to sell hydrocarbons. But nothing like this happens - proceeds from the smuggling of illegally extracted oil go into the American pocket
    ... they thought their tooth, but it turned out to be American ...
  4. Mouse April 20 2020 12: 21 New
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    the militants hoped the following: with their support for the Americans in the oil fields, they would finance groups by selling oil, or they would allow the militants themselves to sell hydrocarbons. But nothing like this happens - proceeds from the smuggling of illegally extracted oil go into the American pocket

    Ha! three timeslaughing the staff of the United States will give someone a denyuzhku when it is perfectly possible to put in your pocket ... the militants believed whom? naive boys ....
    1. novel66 April 20 2020 12: 25 New
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      naive bearded boys ... lol Vasya hi
      1. Mouse April 20 2020 12: 30 New
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        Novel! hi
        Quote: novel xnumx
        naive bearded boys ...

        go still and should have remained .... wink
        1. novel66 April 20 2020 12: 56 New
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          from the collectors and fled ....
  5. sanik2020 April 20 2020 12: 23 New
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    the militants hoped the following: with their support for the Americans in the oil fields, they would finance groups by selling oil, or they would allow the militants themselves to sell hydrocarbons.

    Invaders never come anywhere in order to give someone something.
    Those who hoped that the Americans would allow them to profit, have long been in the ground, the owner profits by himself.
    But those who surrendered to the authorities may turn out to be “Cossacks” and hit in the back at any moment.
    Since Afghanistan we have been through this, so we must be on the alert.
  6. Baloo April 20 2020 12: 42 New
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    Quote: sanik2020
    Invaders never come anywhere in order to give someone something.


    The goal of the Amerzians and Turks was immediately clear. The Erdogan family bought tankers and fuel trucks for this. There was infa that the Erdogans family sold part of the oil to and through Ukraine.
  7. Doccor18 April 20 2020 12: 47 New
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    Quote: Deniska999
    At least once they would write what oil reserves are in Syria.

    The largest oil and gas fields in Syria are: Al-Omar, where until 2011 oil production was 80 barrels per day, At-Tanak in Deir ez-Zor, where 000 thousand barrels of oil were produced per day, Ar-Rumeylan, al-Suvaidiya as well as 40 oil and 1322 gas wells located in the areas of Al-Shaddadi, Al-Jibsa and Al-Ghul in the south of Al-Hasaka province. By the way, oil production in the two largest oil and gas regions until 25 was approximately 2011 thousand barrels per day, that is, about 200% of all oil production in Syria.
  8. Fantazer911 April 20 2020 12: 48 New
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    the militants hoped the following: with their support for the Americans in the oil fields, they would finance groups by selling oil, or they would allow the militants themselves to sell hydrocarbons. But nothing of the kind happens - the proceeds from the smuggling of illegally extracted oil go into the American pocket, which causes outrage from the militants with whom the Americans “flirted”. The militants, who hoped for American funding, were deceived, and therefore decided to leave the zone of American control and surrender weapons, ammunition and radio stations to the SAA.

    what was required to prove with a real kissing of barmalei with staff members of business and not that personal.
    US ready to shed blood in Syria with the hands of local gangs and ready to fight until the last Syrian hi
  9. A. Privalov April 20 2020 12: 51 New
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    This goal is to gain access to resources, primarily oil. Syria has significant hydrocarbon reserves, and the way the United States behaves there today, frankly says that it is Syrian oil that is primarily interested in Washington.

    I respect the opinion of the Chinese author. Actually, no less, I respect the opinion of the author of the Eskimo and the opinion of the author from the natives of Australia. However, such articles are simply obliged to cause readers doubts; I have already written about this on the pages of VO more than once.
    Even in the good pre-war times, Syria produced only about 400 thousand barrels of medium-quality oil per day, of which 80% was consumed by itself immediately. (For comparison, Libya produces 1.4 -1.8 million barrels per day, and the entire Middle East produces 28.5 million barrels per day, global consumption up to 89 million barrels per day). U.S. strategic oil reserve only makes up almost 700 million barrels. In other words, this is all Syrian oil to the last drop in 5 (five!) Years of pre-war intensive production. With their cash supply, the United States can feed the whole world for a week. hi

    the militants hoped the following: with their support for the Americans in the oil fields, they would finance groups by selling oil, or they would allow the militants themselves to sell hydrocarbons. But nothing like this happens - proceeds from the smuggling of illegally extracted oil go into the American pocket

    Oil, these are not diamonds. It cannot be put in a pocket, suitcase or even in a container. In order to sell it and earn something on it, you need to get it somewhere, save it in some way, transfer it to something, transfer it somewhere, take it somewhere, sell it to someone, somehow- then get money for it, and if it’s smuggling, somehow wash the money, etc. .... The militants can’t do this by definition. They can fight better or worse, from someone, to take away and appropriate something. Well, aerobatics is the ability to impose tribute to someone. Everything. Point. It follows from the article that the USA itself is already extracting this oil and is already selling it and is already making money on it. But how? request
    Syria has never been a transit hub for oil exports, there are no modernly equipped oil ports, although earlier Iraqi oil was pumped through the pipeline and poured into tankers. Yes, all kinds of banduks poured oil into oil tankers and somewhere (I remember, even to Turkey) sold it in small ways, but this is all rubbish in the general oil flow.

    Oil flows around the world from the Middle East go in three directions: through the Arabian Sea to the Asian market or, bending around Africa with access to the Atlantic Ocean, and the last option - through the Suez Canal and across the Mediterranean to European markets.
    More than 80% of cargo ships that go to the Mediterranean Sea do not even approach the shores of Syria. A few hundred kilometers near the border of Syria there is a large port in Turkey, which unites oil flows from Iraq and Azerbaijan - Ceyhan Oil Terminal, which has a peak load of up to 2 million barrels per day, but actually makes out about 1.1 million barrels per day. Syria, with its oil capabilities, has nothing to do there. hi
  10. Piramidon April 20 2020 13: 17 New
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    the militants hoped the following: with their support for the Americans in the oil fields, they would finance groups by selling oil, or they would allow the militants themselves to sell hydrocarbons. But nothing like this happens - proceeds from the smuggling of illegally extracted oil go into the American pocket

    Was naive donkey and camel drivers hoping to enter Europe and the USA, opening the doors with their feet?
  11. fn34440 April 20 2020 13: 27 New
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    American EVOLUTION: Exiled English bandits, perverts, convicts, pirates ------------- "Gangs of New York butchers and renegades" ----------- Bootlegging gangs- ----------
    State gangs of invaders of independent states to protect their predatory transnational oil and gas and so on. resource-mining monopolies under the tacit UN roof.
  12. Thrifty April 20 2020 13: 34 New
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    Look, the Ishilovites will begin to pay the United States so that they continue to be in the region!
  13. Secretbrain April 20 2020 15: 51 New
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    This goal is to gain access to resources, primarily oil. Syria has significant hydrocarbon reserves, and the way the United States behaves there today, frankly says that it is Syrian oil that is primarily interested in Washington.

    That is, for oil’s sake? Is anyone else taking this bullshit? Is it for the sake of oil that they sell for 2 bucks? This is for the sake of the oil which has nowhere to go in the USA because the oil storage tanks are full? This is for the sake of the oil that the United States produces 12 million barrels. in a day? Seriously, huh?
    Well, okay, I’m printing this dregs, but what is it here for?
  14. NF68 April 20 2020 16: 41 New
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    Again, the Americans threw their.