Before we read the news, including some from today, let me say...... It's been clear to me for some time, and I have stated exactly this- The Kurds/ISIS are symbiotic partners- They function together. The meld into or move away from one another, as necessary.
From the beginning of this 'conflict' so called, ISIS takes land, Kurds move in allegedly to fight ISIS, but, other then some minimal fighting ISIS seems to melt away.....leaving the stolen land in the hands of the Kurds. As has been stated here, Kurdistan is being created right under our noses- in plain sight- via this relationship between ISIS and the Kurds supported by the NATO/GCC air campaign
I mentioned this immediately following the Yazidi episode in Iraq, possibly even prior to that?
The Kurd/ISIS symbiosis has been mentioned afterwards on more then one occasion
Brand ISIS. Brand Kurd. Both Sunni Muslim groups. Both backed by NATO.
Keep in mind it was the 'heroic' Kurds that opened fire on the Canadians, who were gunned down so quickly, not one of them returned fire! What's up with that?
The Kurdish Peshmerga (allies) kill one Canadian Special Forces & wound 3 more
But, hey don't worry- The Canadian government doesn't get stirred up over some dead Canadians!
Beware those that are presented as hero's- They most likely are NOT! That is definitely the case in the presentation of the Kurds- As you will see today, we are getting the heroic Kurd meme, in a big way, with a call to assist them in a greater fashion
All that background out of the way, let's move on to the latest!
Khalil, a spokesman for the People’s Protection Units, or YPG, also called in his statement for young men in the area to join the battle against IS, saying the jihadi group has brought in reinforcements from Syria and Iraq for the offensive in Tal Tamr and Ras al-Ayn.
Of course Daesh achieved it's goal- It terrorized ordinary Syrians, causing them to flee, so the Kurds could come in a 'fight' ISIS backed by the airstrikes and win the territory for themselves“Daesh was not able to achieve its goal in Kobani and it is now trying to achieve that” in Tal Tamr and Ras al-Ayn, Khalil said using an Arabic acronym to refer to the Islamic State group.
The Kurds have an agenda- they have a plan to unite three areas- One at each end of Syria. One in the middle- The US has already bombed the middle at the Western portions of Syria's north.
I have covered this topic in two previous posts:
Kurdish Militia's aim to connect Kurdish enclaves
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.
Afrin was bombed by the NATO allies last year
From this post- which is linked above also
You get this map
Recall that latest attack on Khorasan? Where did it take place? Were you paying attention?
See where Afrin is? Right at the border with Turkey. That is roughly where the US struck
US strikes Khorosan in Syria near the town of Samarda. Samarda appears to be very near Afrin, going in a southern direction Is the US softening targets in advance of a PKK onslaught?Therefore, using fighting ISIS as cover, aided by NATO airstrikes, the Kurds are connecting the three areas, west/east and central in order to eventually, make one continuous, united "Kurdish nation" Undoubtedly a terror state. This is how you know Turkey will soon be the target of ISIS.
The call for airstrikes by the Kurds late last week, was followed up with a very familiar meme in the main stream media ISIS using chemical weapons- Chlorine against the Kurds, except, oh yah, this happened in January- So two months ago and we forgot to mention in until just now...
The Security Council of the semi-autonomous Kurdish region in northern Iraq say that soil and clothing samples, taken after an Isis car bomb attack on 23 January, are consistent with the use of chlorine gas.Do, I believe this claim. No!
As if on cue to bolster this entirely contrived narrative, and I mean completely and totally contrived. The myth of the Kurdish people, Their requirement of a nation The ISIS threat. The chemical attack. All of it! All part of the illusion. In order to assist the Kurds/NATO/Israel in their nation destruction/building agenda the NYT's come's out with an op/ed that is nothing more then pushing the agenda- a call for intervention on behalf of the heroic fighters- blah, blah, blah
Totally typical trash
The Kurds already have autonomy in Iraq, cripes is the Kurdish autonomous region!Kurdish leaders say they would accept a federated Iraqi state if they were given autonomy in political, economic and security matters. The United States should have agreed to do this long ago; it’s not too late to do so now. If America does not, Iraqi Kurdistan will most likely declare itself an independent state, which Turkey, Iran and Syria will move forcefully to stop, for fear that their own Kurdish populations will try to join it.
The are going for an independent state and NATO/Israel are and have always been helping!
Blech! What bullshit!The United States must help the Kurds translate their bravery into a true ability to defeat the Islamic State. They are America’s most reliable friends on the ground, and should be treated as such.
Yes, I know it's a long post- But this is the very last relink. Promise!
It's just I feel so vindicated and have taken such heat for my position regarding the Kurds, the freak show that is ISIS/Kurds and the creation of Kurdistan- As usual, when I write about this topic, my blog will probably just disappear.. Oh well.
Last year in November this post was published here, by myself:
If all goes well for NATO, Israel and the Kurds. Turkey will be supplanted as NATO’s Southern Flank. It seems to be just a matter of time.....I hold the opinion that Turkish leadership has become aware of what looks to be it’s impending betrayal
Is progress being made? Sure looks that way to me!
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