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The Greater Kurdistan Project and the G20 Summit: Now is the Winter of Their Discontent

by Scott Creighton

While discussions are being held inside the G20 Summit in Hamburg, outside Kurds are taking part in massive demonstrations. Flags of the PKK and YPG are seen moving down the street as thousands of people from all over the world march in opposition to the globalist nature of the summit.

Bijî Şoreşa Rojava” [Long Live Rojava Revolution] slogans are being chanted already in the cortage of the Kurds.

The “Rojava revolution” they are speaking of is in actually a U.S-backed destabilization campaign designed to depopulate part of Syria so it can be claimed by the Kurds as part of Greater Kurdistan, what Condi Rice was referring to all those years ago when she spoke of what was happening in Iraq (after our illegal invasion based on lies) as “the birth pangs of a New Middle East”

No revolution here; just some opportunistic Kurds trying to take advantage of the situation so they can become the next great client state of the U.S., Britain and Israel.

The irony is hard too ignore. The tens of thousands of protesters are out there legitimately opposing globalization and the control the masters of the universe think they can exert on the peoples of the rest of the world but the Kurds themselves, while pretending to be revolutionaries, are hoping to be the beneficiaries of the biggest and most important globalist foreign policy agenda the world has seen since the illegal invasion and occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq.

Meanwhile, inside the summit itself, Greater Kurdistan is shaping up to be one of the biggest topics no body seems to want to report on.

Turkey has a long history of opposing the Greater Kurdistan project. I’ve written about their position many times. Here’s an article from al Monitor from Sept. of 2014 which lays out Turkey’s position quite clearly.

“As far as I can see, the government and the military agree on one very fundamental point: They both think that the United States’ strategy in “the fight against the Islamic State (IS)” could lead to the creation of Greater Kurdistan, that is, an independent Kurdish state uniting the Kurds of Turkey, Syria, Iraq and later Iran.

Inevitably, such a state would be carved out on the territories of the said countries. This would mark the demise of the current Middle East...” al Monitor

Hence the “birth pangs of a New Middle East”

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