Trump Continues With Obama’s Greater Kurdistan Project: He’s Bombing Bridges and Water Lines in Raqqa for the Kurds

by Scott Creighton

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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.

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Another “ISIS™” Video Targets Enemies of the U.S. Once Again – They Appear to Have Burned Two Turkish Soldiers Alive

by Scott Creighton

Just days after Syria celebrated the liberation of Aleppo from U.S.-backed “moderate” terrorists with the help of Russia, Iran and Turkey, “ISIS™” has released yet another propaganda video.

Unlike the previous “ISIS™” efforts that I have thoroughly reviewed and have shown to be fakes, this one appears to be real. They have taken two men and burned them alive.

I will not be posting the video itself but if you wish too see it, go here.

The two men are supposedly Turkish soldiers though that is not confirmed.

They are taken out of a cage where they stand quite dramatically back to back with their heads down, they are forced to crawl like dogs down a path to a location where they are hooked to chains and are burned alive. Neither of them seems to resist at all, even when the fire is lit and approaches them from behind. They are dripping with some form of accelerent. Only one looks back at the flames as they approach the other.

There is a cut scene to statements made by the men which was clearly recorded some time before the burning scene which leads me to believe the men were probably heavily drugged at the time of their deaths.

It could have still been faked but if it was, the CGI was of much higher quality than their previous efforts. I’m guessing it was not.

The video was supposedly shot in Al-Bab where Turkey recently bombed “ISIS™” targets, killing 63 of them according to Reuters. Hurriyet Daily is reporting today that 16 Turkish soldiers have been killed fighting in Al-Bab. There is nothing on their front page about this video.

Turkey has supposedly throttled social media outlets across the country in the wake of the release of this video.

Daily Sabah is reporting today that the Turks have detained 31 “ISIS™” cell members in Istanbul this week in a series of raids. Is it connected?

Since the liberation of Aleppo we have seen a terrorist car-bombing attack in Turkey, the murder of the Russian ambassador and now this.

So let’s see… Russia was paid back for killing and defeating the CIA’s “moderates” in Aleppo and Turkey has also now been paid back… I guess that just leaves Iran.

UPDATE: You should check out this article. The writer makes the argument that the fall of al-Bab to the Syrian government and the Turks will ultimately hurt the Kurds’ ambitions for creating their own Western Kurdistan in Syria and ultimately help keep them from further destabilizing Turkey itself. KurdISIS?

UPDATES on President Peace Prize’s Syrian Regime Change via “moderate” Terrorist Proxy Army Campaign

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Oh and Stiffler… thank you. 🙂

UPDATE to the UPDATES: Sweden, home of all those blonde people, has put in an order for 64,000 of those displaced Syrian slaves… oops, I mean “refugees”… so they can keep labor costs down and profit margins up for Big Business. I’m not kidding.

Sweden requires 64,000 immigrants annually so that its economic performance would not suffer from labor shortages, local media reported Tuesday.” Sputnik International

Currently Sweden takes in 5,000 slaves … uh, I mean “refugees’… annually but Big Business want’s to step that number up quite a bit. Apparently there’s a lot of cotton to be picked in Sweden.

President Obama’s “moderate” terrorists in Syria are losing badly in the wake of Syria’s, Russia’s and Iran’s stepped-up offensive in and around eastern Aleppo.

The situation is getting so bad for our unconventional warfare proxy terrorists that  Egypt, New Zealand and Spain drafted a cease-fire resolution and presented it to the United Nations Security Council on Monday calling for an immediate cessation of hostilities in eastern Aleppo on “humanitarian” grounds. The resolution was immediately vetoed by both Russia and China who said it was obvious all the US and coalition forces wanted was a chance for their proxy terrorists to rearm and regroup. I thought it was a crime to provide aid and comfort to al-Qaeda linked terrorists.

Over at Penny’s blog she has compiled a good bit of information on the blocking of this al-Qaeda supporting “humanitarian” resolution.

On the same day, our contractor terrorist organizations in the area targeted and bombed a Russian mobile military hospital in Aleppo, killing two Russian military medics and wounding several locals who were receiving medical treatment at the time of the attack. The Russians believe due to the direct nature of the attack, that someone gave the terrorists the exact coordinates of the medical center. The State Department denies giving al-Qaeda/al-Nusra/the ‘moderates” that information.

The Syrian government has condemned the deliberate attack on the field hospital by Obama’s terrorists.

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Two Kurdish Members of KurdISIS Killed in Coalition Airstrikes

(A few of us have been saying for a while that the Kurds were serving as the “ISIS” destabilization campaign in Iraq and Syria in an effort to secure for themselves a Greater Kurdistan payday. That’s why “ISIS” always leaves a city they terrorize just in time for the Kurds to move in and occupy it. Penny saw an article that seems to lend more credence to our conclusions.)

UPDATE:Yup, ISIS just walked away from 8 Syrian villages. US backed ISIS hands 8 Syrian villages over to US backed Kurdish militias PKK/YPG.

from Base News (H/T Penny)

Two Kurdish members of Islamic State have been killed in southwestern Kirkuk, said the Kirkuk police directorate in a statement on Wednesday.

The statement revealed that Abu Ayoub al-Kurdi and Smo Pshtiwan Talabani were eliminated by the US-led coalition warplanes in Hawija, where at least six IS positions were targeted.

Abu Bara al-Mosuli, the IS commander in charge of the weapons cache in Hawija, was also killed in the airstrikes.

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Syrian Army Claims US, Saudi Arabia Allow Daesh to Flee From Mosul to Syria

(Wouldn’t be the first time the US allowed “ISIS” to “escape” now would it.)

from Sputnik International

The Syrian Army claims the US and Saudi Arabia allow Daesh (“ISIS”) terrorists to flee from Mosul to Syria, the army statement released on state media on Tuesday said.

According to the statement the US-led coalition plans to entail securing roads and safe passages into Syria to allow the terrorists consolidate their presence and create “new battleground realities” in eastern Syria. “Any attempt to cross the border is an attack on the sovereignty of Syria… and would be dealt with with all forces available,” the army statement released on state media said.

‘Islamic State serves positive function (for Israel)’ – Israeli think tank

(It should be noted, Prof. David of the BESA Center has already penned a little PR “fix” to Prof. Inbar’s insightful interview in which he claims ISIS serves the interests of Israel by destabilizing Iranian “proxies” like Hezbollah and Assad in Syria.)

by RT

Professor Efraim Inbar, the director of the BESA Center, an Israeli academic think tank that has carried out studies for the Israeli government and NATO, says that Islamist terrorists can serve a strategic purpose for Western interests in the region.

Inbar published a controversial article where he argues that ISIS can play a role in undermining Iran, Hezbollah, Syria and Russia. The think tank’s director also claims that the continued existence of the terrorist group helps ‘bad guys to kill bad guys,’ and the West should allow ISIS to exist even despite its brutality.

RT: Why do you see the continued existence of ISIS as preferable to its destruction?

Efraim Inbar: We have to recognize that the main source for instability and the main danger to peace in the Middle East is Iran. And as a result of that we should concentrate our efforts to curb the influence of Iran. And ISIS is fighting Iranian proxies – like the Assad regime – which is no less brutal than ISIS itself, as well as the Iraqi government that is basically a satellite of Iran. ..

RT: You also say you believe instability can be a positive thing. Given the number of people who’ve been killed and displaced by the conflict in Syria, isn’t that a bit of a questionable comment? 

EI: Stability is something that you want if it serves your purposes. We are living in a world in which in many places people kill people and we do not intervene in every place. In the Middle East the worst country that is committed to genocidal goal – like destroying the Jewish state – has to be stopped. And ISIS is performing this function

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Corrupting the Conversation: Challenging the Official Truth of ISIS™ (What Even Donald Trump Wont Tell You)

by Scott Creighton

In meditation, go deep in the heart. In dealing with others, be gentle and kind. In speech, be true”  Tao Te Ching

This morning I am watching and reading the corporate talking heads rage against Donald Trump’s comments about President Obama and Hillary Clinton being the “founders” of ISIS™.  They all say he has “corrupted the conversation” by straying outside the lines of acceptable discourse when it comes to the newest enemy of the state.

On Morning Joe, Scarborough even offered up some acceptable talking points in terms of what folks are allowed too say about the origins of ISIS™ and they were:

  1. Perhaps we shouldn’t have disbanded the Iraqi army after the invasion liberation
  2. Obama shouldn’t have pulled troops out of Iraq when the Iraqi leadership (Maliki) demanded we adhered to the agreement and our “national interests” demanded we stayed
  3. Obama should have bombed the elected government and civilian infrastructure in Syria sooner

This is the acceptable version of what the civil discourse in the country SHOULD be about the rise of what we call ISIS™ according to people paid to establish such perimeters. And they are livid when it comes to condemning a popular public figure when he dares to wander outside those boundaries, the boundaries which, as you can see, still serve our “national interests”. This is what you are ALLOWED to discuss on the news, at the office, at the bar… this is the official truth of ISIS™.  It is not the truth but it is the official truth.

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As many of you know, the official version of the truth is often quite different from reality. And often times, the further these things are from each other, the more passionately the guardians of the official truth respond when it is challenged.

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