Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Kurdish militia aims to connect Kurdish enclaves in Syria

Eureka!- found an article verifying that which seemed obvious. Just about two months back,  I mentioned this goal of connecting alleged Kurdish (Sunni Muslim) enclaves into one territory. Clearly these are not Kurdish enclaves alone, because, other persons are resident in these areas. A point that has been mentioned here and is made clear again in the article below-

From two months ago...

Kurd/ ISIS Symbiosis- The impending destruction of Turkey.

A pro-Kurdish demonstrator displays his tattoo as he attends a rally marking the 20th anniversary of the introduction of a ban of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in Berlin, Nov. 16, 2013
In Berlin. Big non surprise. Recall I had mentioned that some of the Kurds have been buddying up with the US in Germany?


Interestingly the Kurds have been meeting with US officials in Berlin and Baghdad.  

Yes, you read correctly- BERLIN and BAGHDAD

 "Mr. Omar said he and other YPG officials carried that message to U.S. diplomats during meetings in Berlin this summer and in Baghdad in September.

Here are the Kurds, in their own words:

  The main Kurdish militia in Syria, the People’s Protection Units (YPG), has plans to take over mixed areas inhabited by Arabs, Turkmen and Kurds to make a contiguous Kurdish region. This would make the plan to create a de facto Kurdish government in northern Syria more feasible despite opposition by Turkey and other Syrian rebels.

For now, there are three Kurdish enclaves controlled by Kurdish fighters, separated by the Arab-dominated areas of Tel Abyad, Jarabulus and Azaz, where al-Qaeda-affiliated groups are strong.
The Democratic Union Party (PYD), which is the strongest Kurdish party in Syria and affiliated with the YPG, announced on Nov. 11 they would form three cantons in cooperation with local Christians, Arabs and Chechens in the PYD-controlled Kurdish areas in the province of Hassakeh, Afrin and Kobane (Ain al-Arab), which is located in the province of Aleppo.
YPG spokesperson Redur Xelil, in an interview with Kurdish journalist Mutlu Civiroglu, confirmed the YPG wants to connect these areas. “Of course, liberating Tel Abyad is included in the YPG plans. I want to be clear that when the time and conditions are right, we will liberate Tel Abyad, too.”
He added, “Those regions are between the cities of Serekaniye [Ras al-Ain], Kobane [Ain al-Arab] and Afrin. For these cities to be connected and for there to be no problem in transportation between these cities, Azaz and Jarablus must be liberated, too.”
Remember these names- Tel Abyad - Azaz - Jarablus

I expect the US will be bombing ISIS/ISIL/DAESH,  whatever brand name they are using for their NATO Islamist militants, in the area of these strategic cities sometime soon, if they haven't already, in aid of the establishment of Kurdistan. Because there is a symbiosis between ISIS & the Kurds.


  1. "....the establishment of Kurdistan." aka ersatz Israel. gc

    1. One of these times you will have to share your thoughts more broadly on that

      From what I see or understand Kurdistan will be yet another NATO backed terror state in which some Kurds reign supreme and everyone else will be pretty much like in Canada-

      But, I don't see it as part of ersatz Israel, though I could be wrong.

    2. the Hebrew Bible states that the Jewish “Promised Land” stretches from the Nile to the Euphrates, an area that would include Kurdish territory in northern Iraq. KURDISTAN IS ALL ABOUT OIL CRYPTO JEWS AND ERETZ ISRAEL AND THE CRYPTO BARZANIS ARE THERE TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.

  2. What about the new head of the kurdish opposition declaring Russia talks void just as McCain lands in town. He new opposition leader was a Turkish exile for decades.

    1. I am aware of the new leader of the opposition being a Turkish exile...
      And was going to do a post on that subject, but, didn't have time today