Wednesday, August 13, 2014

US Special Ops meet 'refugees' on alleged beseiged mountain- Updated!

Last post for today!
 Still looking for some serious thoughts on this post.. feel free to share'm
1- Air Corridors & Bogus Humanitariansim as cover for wider war in the Middle East?

And give a listen to-
2- James Corbett: The Ebola Effect

Making plans? - Briefing the troops?
 If you haven’t figured it out already, no, I do not believe there are refugees in those mountains. It  makes much more sense that the only people really there are NATO’s Islamist fighters- And Special Ops dropping on in just makes that truth all the more clear.

Japan Today
A U.S. military official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told AFP that the special forces soldiers had returned safely to base. “They had contacts with the refugees. They went back to Arbil,” he said.
ITV
The US Special Forces personnel have left the Sinjar Mountains and are back in Irbil tonight, according to a Pentagon statement.

    Today a team of fewer than twenty personnel ? conducted an assessment of the situation on Mt. Sinjar. All personnel have returned safely to Irbil by military air.

– US Defense Department
Link
The White House deputy national security advisor, Benjamin Rhodes, said Wednesday that 130 U.S. military personnel deployed to northern Iraq would assess all options including creating security corridor and airlift operation

Reiterating that the U.S. ground troops would not take a combat role in Iraq, Rhodes said Obama was open to all recomendations to facilitate the removal of Ezidis from the mountain in a humanitarian mission.

No ground troops eh? Of course, just a humanitarian role. ;)


thehill
Plans for evacuating the thousands of Yazidis by land could require the administration to send in forces as an escort.

“[The president] is open to recommendations in which the United States is helping to facilitate the removal of these people from the mountain,” said deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes
NO ground troops, except forces might be needed for reasons of humanitarianism? Of course
Can you see where this narrative is heading?

UPDATE h/t to anonymous commenter 

 
Rescue mission for Yazidis on Iraq’s Mount Sinjar appears unnecessary, Pentagon says
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/2014/08/13/5fdd3358-2301-11e4-86ca-6f03cbd15c1a_story.html
 WaPo

My response expanded a bit

 

thanks for the update regarding the Yazidi brand of Kurds
from WaPo

the whole non necessity for rescue seems to stem from how the Iraqi government shakedown goes.

quoting:

'“There are far fewer” refugees left at the northern Iraq location"

That was obvious. Far fewer? So from how many to how many?
no answer
IMO there were none and there still are none- of course there are always the few arabic looking types around for photo op purposes.
I bet some readers thought I was being cruel, how could I not believe the narrative as put forth?
All these victims.... The story didn't make sense, from the beginning and it just kept getting more absurd as it progressed.

then this bit- all dependent on how the new compliant government works out
The Obama administration had been weighing the use of U.S. ground forces and aircraft to mount an emergency rescue

That strategy depends on the formation of a new Iraqi government

If the agenda is to save beleaguered persons under siege from 'terrorists'
what does the formation of a new government have to do with it? 
The obvious answer is nothing-
what a scam!
So the question that begs asking is who is receiving all those 'humanitarian drops'? That appear to be still ongoing. The answer is...............from yesterday's post
Therefore ISIS must remain in the mountainous region of Sinjar- receiving the humanitarian aid, so called, from the NATO nations.
 Sometime today I am going to do some homework on what lies beyond the Sinjar mountains on the Syrian side- Should be interesting!
 

15 comments:

  1. Can you see where this narrative is heading?

    Mostly into the off shore accounts of those CEO's of the "Too Big to Fail" Wall Street banks.

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  2. this is more like it
    Sunni Imam of Aqsa Mosque to ISIS: Stop Deceiving Muslims (English Subtitles)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtgGDq7tbwk&feature=youtu.be

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  3. Rescue mission for Yazidis on Iraq’s Mount Sinjar appears unnecessary, Pentagon says
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/2014/08/13/5fdd3358-2301-11e4-86ca-6f03cbd15c1a_story.html

    And after sending more tanks to Norway, now equip going to Estonia
    http://en.ria.ru/military_news/20140814/192002310/Estonia-to-Station-US-Tanks-Combat-Vehicles-in-October.html

    Putin:
    Russian sanctions are not just retaliatory measures, but a means to support domestic producers and open up the domestic market to new partners...

    Z/H
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-08-14/putin-says-petrodollar-must-die-dollar-monopoly-energy-trade-damaging-russias-econom

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    1. thanks for the update regarding the Yazidi brand of Kurds

      from WaPo

      the whole non necessity for rescue seems to stem from how the Iraqi government shakedown goes.

      quoting:

      '“There are far fewer” refugees left at the northern Iraq location"

      That was obvious. Far fewer? So from how many to how many?
      no answer
      IMO there were none and there still are none- of course there are always the few arabic looking types around for photo op purposes.


      then this bit- all dependent on how the new compliant government works out

      The Obama administration had been weighing the use of U.S. ground forces and aircraft to mount an emergency rescue

      That strategy depends on the formation of a new Iraqi government

      If the agenda is to save beleaguered persons under siege from 'terrorists'
      what does the formation of a new government have to do with it?

      The obvious answer is nothing-
      what a scam!
      as for refugees- zero

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    2. Turkey is said to be taking in 2000 or so. rest of the 10s of thousands per the wapo article?

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  4. Now a no fly in Anbar...

    Ahmed Khalaf al-Dulaimi told Reuters his request, made in meetings with U.S. diplomats and a senior military officer, included air support against the militants who have a tight grip on large parts of Anbar and the north."No date was decided but it will be very soon and there will be a presence for the Americans in the western area."

    Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2014/Aug-14/267223-anbar-governor-seeks-us-help-against-isis-militants.ashx#ixzz3ANPeDxGW
    (The Daily Star :: Lebanon News :: http://www.dailystar.com.lb)

    Of course the big us base in Jordan which snuggles up to the province is loaded with weapons left behind form those exercises a year ago
    http://rt.com/usa/syrian-weapons-us-jordan-711/


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  5. ??? How does ISIS know the terrain of the secret tunnel complexes from Saadam. A legacy of the Baath partnership? where is the nav direction coming from?

    "The group, which wants to redraw the map of the Middle East, has been using tunnels built by Saddam in the 1990s to move its fighters, weapons, ammunition and supplies to towns just south of Baghdad, Iraqi intelligence officials told Reuters."

    Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2014/Aug-14/267223-anbar-governor-seeks-us-help-against-isis-militants.ashx#ixzz3ANQojlyD

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    1. How does ISIS know the terrain of the secret tunnel complexes from Saadam. A legacy of the Baath partnership?

      Most likely

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  6. Here is something interesting...
    Iraqi Yazidi lawmaker undergoes surgery in Istanbul after surviving helicopter crash

    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/iraqi-yazidi-lawmaker-undergoes-surgery-in-istanbul-after-surviving-helicopter-crash.aspx?pageID=238&nID=70416&NewsCatID=359

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  7. Haven't had a chance to scub the onlome MSM "articles" yet but the scroll at the bortom of the CBC is claiming less that 4500 "refugess" are still stranded and that most are fleeing to Syria according to the UN.

    This is extremely odd considering just the other day there were tens of thousqnds and there have been "limited air strikes" and even less helicopter rescues.

    Not sure if anyone seen this interview via Power and Politics on CBC the other day but check out this Freudian Slip(?) about the "country" of Kurdistan by Harper's Ambassador to Iraq.

    While there is a lot of neocon politco mumbojumbo wordplay spin at play, a couple of nuggets emerged as well in this 7min interview. Noteworthy are where and who the Canadian aid will be distributed and that at least half of the humanitarian aid dropped was destroyed when it landed...

    Politics | Aug 12, 2014 | 7:09
    Canadian ambassador to Iraq
    Bruno Saccomani describes the challenges in delivering humanitarian aid to people surrounded by ISIS militants in Iraq.

    http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/Politics/Power+%26+Politics/ID/2487472575/


    DumpHarper!

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    1. Harper isn't dumb, he is simply playing his role in NATO
      He knows exactly what he is participating in

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  8. quite a coincedence that the number of 'refugees' in trouble dwindle just as Maliki steps down.

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