May as well get started...................
Let’s take a gander at Turkey and it’s involvement as NATO’s ninny in destroying Syria
The Turkish people aren’t to pleased: Protesters oppose Turkey's support for Syrian rebels in the civil war
Three cheers for the Turkish people!!
Time to end that belief in government.... Government serves no one but itself and it’s masters..It is a self perpetuating, leech on society. Government is part of the illusion of choice and freedom.
Pop the illusory bubble.
Non-participation is the way
Turkey has been busy.
According to a comment left by a person privy to local happenings in Turkey, Erdogan may have moved some troops into Syria after the false flag bombing. Then moved them back. What to make of that?
Testing the waters? Gauging the response? Most likely!
Israel, looks to have engaged in the same type of activity today. Keep reading and you will get to that news, for now we are talking about Turkey.
Came across an interesting pdf regarding Turkey’s army. It’s strengths. And weak points.
Looked worth reading. So, I did. Just 3 pages. A brief overview is all. Sheds a bit of light on the Turkish Army. The conclusion is that Turkey’s military is not up to par and is most likely weaker then Syria’s....interesting.Turkey might be able to make a small incursion into Syria and perhaps secure some territory ,but, not without NATO support
Turkey is unlikely to be interested in a general invasion of Syria. Rather, Ankara’s strategy is
likely to be aimed at getting forces to the border, conducting a limited incursion or incursions, and securing captured territory with the aim of providing humanitarian safe havens.
However, to do this risks open conflict with Syria, and in making such a move, Ank ra would want to secure the support – tacit or otherwise – of its NATO an Arab League allies in an attempt to portray any intervention in as passive a way as possible.
This would be unlikely to assuage Syrian anger at what would be a breach of its territorial sovereignty. It therefore remains difficult to see any form of military intervention in Syria being restricted in the way that Turkey and its allies undoubt edly hope and could actually rapidly escalate to a wider regional conflictIt seems the Turkish people have solid reasons for being angry with Erdogan and the hole he has dug and continues to dig for the country and the people resident in Turkey. He is putting many, many lives at risk to fight brother against brother.
-We are already aware that Syria had taken control of a strategic town near Jordan: Khirbet Ghazaleh
-It looks as if Syrian Army has also taken control of another strategic town near Lebanon Syrian government troops have taken control of al-Qusayr, a small but important town near the Lebanese border
This is a town that was being used as a supply route for NATO’s mercs. This is also the town where an Israeli tank was seized
Thanks to everyone who left that news :)
Israel and Syria exchange fire. Today. In the Golan Heights.
A cross-border exchange of fire in the Golan Heights between the Israeli and Syrian armies early on Tuesday triggered a claim by the Damascus regime that a jeep manned by Israeli troops had entered Syrian territory and was destroyed.
The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) denied the claim, saying shots were deliberately fired at a patrol inside the Israeli-controlled the Golan Heights, causing minor damage and no injuries. "In response, IDF forces returned precise fire at the source and reported a direct hit," it said.
Smart money says Israel tested the waters. And they will try again. They have been upping the ante for quite some time now. Therefore, based on all that has gone on and the present agendas and aims, the Syrian version is credible and the Israeli version is not credible.
UN: Drop in Syrians Reaching Jordan, Unclear Why
What “Syrians” are we referring to here? Are we talking ‘rebels’ being unable to cross back into Jordan?
Or, here is a thought regarding regular Syrians who have been forced to flee due to NATO merc's laying seige to their homes. Perhaps with Syrian Army taking back towns from NATO mercs the real, actual, Syrian people feel safe and feel no need to flee from the murderous onslaught of NATO mercenary terrorists?It is possible. Why would you leave your home if you no longer have to?
One last news article, before wrapping this post up for today. I read this one yesterday and found it most interesting.
How Syria’s Rebels Aren’t Winning the War: The Anatomy of a Battle
On the night of April 13 things changed — largely because of an act of subterfuge from (Syrian Army) government soldiers.
The eastern half of Sahyan was in rebel hands, the western in the regime’s. Government soldiers, under cover of darkness, surrounded eastern Sahyan. They had changed out of their uniforms and had dressed into the mismatched civilian and military garb of many rebel fighters, rebel commanders tell TIME. Some even wore the black headbands proclaiming “There is no God but God” that some rebels wear. “The revolutionaries saw them, and thought they were of them, another group,” Suleiman says. “They were all gunned down, everybody in eastern Sahyan was killed, some 40 or 50 men.” In the Syrian war, the loss of that many fighters in one place represents a significant blow to any rebel unit.
The disguised loyalists continued up the road toward Babuleen, a small rebel-held town just a few kilometers from Heesh, where they waited until dawn, before setting up a similar ambush. “All told we lost between 100 to 107 martyrs,” Suleiman says. “I don’t know how many died from the army, but the fight continued for three or four hours.”
By April 15, the army had taken control of Babuleen, and more crucially, had retaken the road around Heesh, breaking the siege on Wadi Deif and allowing reinforcements to reach Zahlanee, Hamidiyeh and other smaller checkpoints. (The eastern part of Heesh is now inaccessible to the rebels. Their trenches are exposed to newly established nearby army positions that are on higher ground.)
I was taken, after reading this article entirely, not just with the bravery of these men in defending their home and families, but, also the adaptability of these soldiers. (Remember I am not a military strategist so situations such as this just don't occur to me)
And the loyalty to their home land and people was obvious.
So much for the tales of mass defections and the Syrian army disintegrating that was being promoted so long ago.
The Syrian people are a brave stalwart lot, fighting off their NATO imperialists.