by Scott Creighton
Condi Rice’s “New Middle East” isn’t dead yet. The election of a candidate who promised to leave other countries alone to find their own fate has not thwarted their plans in the slightest, I’m sorry too say.
“Donald Trump campaigned on an “antiwar” platform vis-a-vis Syria and it was the primary reason that many a revolutionary activist entertained his many, MANY flaws and preferred his candidacy over the certifiably bloodthirsty Hillary Clinton. Well, without any further ado, that idea can be chucked out the window ’cause President Supercilious Orange, following up on his crime against humanity in Yemen’s Al-Bayda, committed unspeakable atrocities in Syria just a few days ago. On February 3rd, American warplanes, continuing to illegally fly in Syrian airspace without Syrian approval, carried out several sorties over ISIS’s de facto capital of Raqqa. But it wasn’t the Daeshi terrorists who were targeted. Instead, what the US ZOG bombed were the new and old bridges of Raqqa City, key outlets that allowed at least handfuls of Syrians to escape the barbaric Takfiri hell that the northern Syrian province had become, as well as the bridges of Al-Kalta and Al-Abbara in Raqqa’s northern countryside.” Jonathan Azaziah
Trump did indeed campaign on an anti-interventionist platform which is one of the reasons the complict MSM hated him so much. But then again, so did “W” and ObamaGod before him.
“Air strikes on Friday in Raqqa hit two bridges over the Euphrates river, hindering movement from the city southwards and killing six IS militants, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported.
U.S. support for the SDF has been a point of tension with NATO ally Turkey, which views the YPG as an extension of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), a group that has fought a three-decade insurgency in Turkey.” Reuters
Raqqa is located on the east bank of the Euphrates river. For some, that river is quickly becoming the border between Syria and “Rojava” or the “Western Kurdistan” part of Greater Kurdistan.
South Kurdistan is the stolen part of Iraq. “Northern Kurdistan” will be hacked out of Turkey (that plan is already underway). And “Eastern Kurdistan” will be the last piece, chopped from a segment of what is currently known as Iran today.
That, ladies and gentlemen, is the Greater Kurdistan project and that is why no matter how many times they seem to have failed in Syria, they keep going on and on with their murder and destabilization like a Nazi Energizer Bunny on Meth.
The purpose of destroying the bridges is simple: make life unbearable for the civilian population of Raqqa like they tried to do in Aleppo, so they will leave and the city will become “lawless’ and the Western forces can hand it over to the Kurds in the vacuum created by “ISIS”
“Around Raqqa, coalition strikes continue taking a toll on the enemy capacity as strikes remove enemy fighters and resources. Recent targets include tunnels, weapons caches, command and control nodes, and vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices,” he concluded.
On Tuesday 7 February, the Syrian Democratic Forces with their Syrian Arab Coalition partners, cleared 63 square kilometers of territory northeast of Raqqa, for a total of 3,410 square kilometers of territory liberated from ISIS control since they launched their operation to isolate Raqqa on November 6th, 2016.” Ara News
The pattern has been repeated over and over again.
“ISIS” goes into a city, terrorizes the population driving some of them out and killing others. The US and their allies say “Hold on! We’ll take care of “ISIS” over there!” and they proceed to destroy water facilities, electric companies, bridges and anything else they can think of to make life harder for the people in the targeted city who are resisting “ISIS” and staying. They do this under the cover of “cutting off an “ISIS” stronghold” but they never actually target “ISIS”. In the end, when enough civilians are dead or have been made into refugees, they declare victory and then, remarkably, let “ISIS” leave in buses and head over to the next targeted town. This is how they are clearing so much Syrian territory for the Kurds and their “Rojava” project.
The two greatest allies the Kurds have in Iraqi Kurdistan are the United States and Israel. They are determined to see a new nation born out of the rubble they are creating in the Middle East. A nation with resources and strategic placement that will make it rival Saudi Arabia and a nation completely controlled by a brutal, corrupt puppet dictator, Masoud Barzani.
Some of us had hoped (“hope and change”?) that Trump would leave this project to rot on the vine, but apparently not. His Zionist son-in-law advisor certainly wouldn’t let that happen. Nor would his buddy in Israel, Netanyahu.
It may be that Trump hopes to be the godfather of this new Middle Eastern country. If he ends up setting up “safe zones” in Syria and then has to move into Turkey and eventually Iran to set up a buffer since they backed Assad and the Syrian people in this conflict, Trump will be to Greater Kurdistan what Clinton is to Kosovo… a founding father.
Perhaps Trump envisions a glorious statue of himself standing tall with his combover in “Rojava” somewhere and that is a bit too much of a temptation for someone with such low self-esteem as he has. Get rid of the combover and the Twitter account, you doofus.
I had hoped if nothing else, The Donald would make good on this one campaign promise if no others. But I guess I was wrong. Condi Rice’s nation building exercise is just too much of an enticement for him. Either that or his planners were working on a trip for him down to Dallas in a convertible.
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