by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: Penny covered this the other day. Seems like there are now emergency military talks taking place over the subject of who gets this little piece of someone else’s sovereign state. Of course, The Donald and his glorious generals sent our troops over there to side with the land-grabbing Kurds. Let’s hope talks don’t devolve due to another “accident”
Eleven years ago Condi Rice went to Israel to announce plans for what she called the New Middle East. This is what Zbigniew Brzezinski, a former U.S. National Security Advisor, alluded to as the “Eurasian Balkans”. Around the same time, Lieutenant-Colonel Ralph Peters of the U.S. National War Academy published a map of the project in the Armed Forces Journal:
Having covered the Greater Kurdistan project for several years now, I drew up a crude myself of what I believe their desired end result will look like. It focuses only on the Greater Kurdistan part of the plan and nothing else:
We thought for a while the Greater Kurdistan project was over. Our “moderate” terrorists in Syria were being routed, the “ISIS” fabrication was falling apart and a new administration promised a departure from the nation building tendencies of the previous one as well as the one they tried their best to put in place. Lavrov and Kerry announced a deal back in Aug. of 2016 that stipulated the Kurds MUST remain part of the Syrian state. And when Russia and the US cut a peace deal in Syria that would ultimately mean an end to hostilities and the Pentagon giving up all their info on “ISIS” to the Russians if it held, the war-mongers at the Pentagon made a different decision and they “accidentally” bombed Syrian troops for 40 minutes killing 100 of them and when that wasn’t enough to scrub the agreement, they got their proxy terrorists outside of Aleppo to bomb a UN aid convoy.
As I wrote not that long ago, these people never give up. Their plans are big and their souls are empty and that is a bad combination any way you look at it. Since taking office, The Donald has pretty much let the glorious generals do as they wish in Syria.
Yesterday morning I covered a 21st Century Wire story about how The Donald has sent 500 or so more U.S. troops into Syria to help “fight ISIS”… as they say. That article was accompanied by a video from RT which showed our troops having to drive around in Syria (a country we are NOT at war with) with a bunch of very large, brand new, brightly colored American flags flying over their vehicles. As of publishing that, not one single complicit media outlet had covered the news. Not one that I know of anyway.
This morning there are stories everywhere about Trump “putting boots on the ground” in Syria to “fight ISIS”
That’s not why they are there.
The Washington Post published an article about this development late yesterday evening. They published a large photo showing American troops presenting themselves with their flags, driving across the Syrian countryside… on their way AWAY from the so-called “ISIS stronghold” of Raqqa and TOWARD the city of Manbij. The image is startling:
Brand new flags purchased and installed for this moment. And what is this moment?
The Washington Post, rather than publishing the standard lies that the MSM is regurgitating today about “fighting ISIS”, gives us an uncharacteristically honest description of the action. In this brief, three paragraphs from the Post, we see clues to the real nature and purpose of both “ISIS” and our presence in that country:
“The U.S. military is getting drawn into a deepening struggle for control over areas liberated from the Islamic State that risks prolonging American involvement in wars in Syria and Iraq long after the militants are defeated.
In their first diversion from the task of fighting the Islamic State since the U.S. military’s involvement began in 2014, U.S. troops dispatched to Syria have headed in recent days to the northern town of Manbij, 85 miles northwest of the extremists’ capital, Raqqa, to protect their Kurdish and Arab allies against a threatened assault by other U.S. allies in a Turkish-backed force.
Russian troops have also shown up in Manbij under a separate deal that was negotiated without the input of the United States, according to U.S. officials. Under the deal, Syrian troops are to be deployed in the area, also in some form of peacekeeping role, setting up what is effectively a scramble by the armies of four nations to carve up a collection of mostly empty villages in a remote corner of Syria…” Washington Post
You know one’s motives by studying their priorities. In this case we see U.S. commanders pull troops AWAY from combating “ISIS” so that they can serve as human shields for the Kurds as they try to “carve up a collection of mostly empty villages” made empty by our destabilization campaign known as “ISIS”
The Post article fails to mention the U.S. bombed Manbij almost a year ago, killing numbers of civilians on behalf of the Kurds. Specifically they “accidentally” bombed one of the villages the Post now refers to as “mostly empty”
Sometimes when you go a little deeper than MSNBC or CNN you tend to find the truth pouring out of the mouths of the criminals.
“We have now have momentum in this fight and clear results on the ground… We must ensure that our partners on the ground (freedom fighter Kurds) have what they need to win the fight and then hold, rebuild, and govern their territory (“Rojava”),” Sec. of Defense Ash Carter, today
Yesterday the Washington Post made our purpose in Syria crystal clear, just as clear as Ash Carter did not all that long ago: we are there to break off a piece of a sovereign state and hand it over to the Kurds who are in the process of ethnically cleansing what they call “Rojava” and what most call “Western Kurdistan”
The Donald is doing what Obama did before him: continuing the program of the war-criminal who came before him (isn’t it sickening how the fake left is cozying up to George W Bush these days?)
This isn’t Donald Trump “taking it to “ISIS”
As the Post article shows, he’s putting troops in harm’s way in order to protect merciless scum who are in the process of stealing land from Syrians so they can make Greater Kurdistan and it’s not even his program… it’s Obama’s:
“Washington needs “boots on the ground” in Syria in addition to its air campaign against ISIS, which is not fruitful despite some progress. US Air Force secretary has admitted that “ground forces” is a must in order to “occupy” and “govern” parts of Syria.
In her comments, Secretary Deborah Lee James stressed the importance of the US-led air campaign, but admitted that airstrikes need to be backed by ground forces.” RT, Nov. 2015
Sending US troops into an area they fully expect Syria, Russia and even Turkey to offer them resistance on behalf of land-grabbing terrorist Kurds is remarkable. But it does put all the Russia-bashing into context, now doesn’t it?
If the opposition decides they don’t wish to give up more of Syria to the Greater Kurdistan project, The Donald and his glorious generals know full well that U.S. troops may just pay the ultimate price right along side the targeted invading Kurds and that serves the war-mongers like Graham and McCain just fine, now doesn’t it?
Here’s a scary thought: if they don’t actually attack and kill a U.S. soldier over there serving as human shields for Kurdish terrorists, I wonder if someone at the Pentagon will start thinking about another “accidental bombing” or maybe they’ll paint some more Israeli planes black and let them loose like they did on the USS Liberty back in ’67.
I mean, after all, Greater Kurdistan is a big thing for the Israelis. Here, The Dersh says he hopes “the next administration” is on board with the Greater Kurdistan project. Looks like he got what he wanted.
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