Sunday, June 5, 2016

Planned Attack to Take Mosul Faces Delay ??? Don't Believe That!!!


There is a big gaping hole in main stream media and so called alternative media coverage regarding Mosul, Iraq. This is a pivotal battle. It a strategic battle.  A do or die in the remake the middle east for so many reasons-

The NATO media barely touches on the matter. And the so called alternative regurgitating media follows suit.

I do NOT believe there is any delay what so ever in the NATO planned attack on Mosul.
It’s been moving full steam ahead for some time now- The two year anniversary of it’s fall is impending. Obama’s ‘presidency’ is nearing end. With an election on the horizon.
It's time to wrap it all up. The Kurdish militias are in place- And the Iraqi troops and Shia militias are distracted. The timing is perfect, that’s how I see it.

So, let’s look at this article- originally from the NYT’s

 “An exhausted and ill-equipped Iraqi army faces daunting obstacles on the battlefield that will most likely delay for months a long-planned major offensive on the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul”

The Iraqi army is not needed, nor wanted, for the taking of Mosul.  They are not a factor.
So everything about weapons and a lull are moot. I’m passing that by.
“Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi of Iraq ordered the Fallujah offensive over the objections of American advisers who urged him to focus on the bigger prize of Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city and the de facto headquarters of the Islamic State in Iraq. But after a series of Islamic State suicide bombings last month killed hundreds in Baghdad, al-Abadi faced growing domestic pressure to stop the threat in Fallujah, which is about 35 miles west of the capital”

This situation was discussed here at the blog previously- The ISIS attacks in Baghdad were done to distract Baghdad from Mosul-  The claim the US objected is just another lie for the lie filled history books of the future

*The US and UN are preparing for a humanitarian crisis in Mosul
USAidIraq

‘The new funding also includes assistance for early warning and preparedness activities for people at risk of severe flooding from a potential failure of the Mosul Dam”
worthwhile digression- read the pdf, particularly the part about vaccines


* 5 days ago U.N. food agency prepares for deeper humanitarian crisis as battle for Mosul looms
 - The U.N. World Food Programme (WFP) is working on contingency plans that up to 700,000 people could be displaced by a planned offensive to retake Iraq's second largest city from Islamic State, according to its head in Iraq.

Pearce said uncertainties over the shape of a military assault on Mosul represented a challenge in planning a humanitarian response.
And there's a new man in charge of the Iraq mission- Steve Warren replaced by Christopher Garver

Garver's bio

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14 comments:

  1. Bunch of MonkeysJune 5, 2016 at 3:50 PM

    "COL Garver holds a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing from WMU."

    Something tells me that qualification might have been the clincher.

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    1. Hey buncha monkeys

      It probably is the clincher- noticed he had a lot of propaganda type credentials

      . He then served as the Public Affairs Operations Officer for Ft Leavenworth, KS.

      then returned to Ft Leavenworth and served as the Public Affairs Observer/Trainer for the Battle Command Training Program (BCTP), where he trained Public Affairs sections and provided personal training.

      Following that assignment, he was selected to stand up the 10th Public Affairs Operations Center (PAOC), the Army’s only active duty public affairs operations center at Ft McPherson, GA,

      , he served as the Combined Press Information Center Director, where he managed the media operations

      He then served at Ft Meade, MD, as the chief of the Initiatives Group of the Army Public Affairs Center (APAC), the doctrinal center of Army Public Affairs. After six months at APAC, he served as the military deputy of the Media Relations Div. of Army Public Affairs at the Pentagon, executing and synchronizing public communications for Army Headquarters.

      etc.,
      sort of tells me were getting to a crucial point in the Iraq scenario and Garver is going to create the narrative..

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    2. Bunch of MonkeysJune 6, 2016 at 1:53 PM

      Looks like there was some heavy weapons from the Iraqi army moved up to their staging territory in Makhmour south of Mosul on Sunday.

      Quite the impressive show... 37th brigade of the 9th Armored Division.

      http://en.alalam.ir/news/1825586

      I wonder what kind of power they could put together with the 1-36 brigades of the 1st to 8th Armored divisions. I guess they didn't need the extra tanks and APC's for the "Battle of Fallujah" after all.

      http://www.badragencynews.com/the-arrival-of-armored-brigade-to-makhmour-sector-in-mosul/

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    3. Bunch of MonkeysJune 6, 2016 at 2:37 PM

      EYEBALLS PLEASE!!!

      Well well well... there are some very unusual images here folks. Unless ISIS just had some of it's Toyota Tacoma pickups stolen by the Iraqi army and heading to an auction in Baghdad then we are looking at US special forces (or ISIS) just outside of Mosul yesterday.

      Either way they are dressed like ISIS fighters and driving ISIS vehicles.

      The customized ISIS Toyotas made in San Antonio Texas complete with ISIS fighters look like this >

      https://willyloman.wordpress.com/2014/09/10/isis-drives-texas-made-toyota-trucks-apparently-modified-by-special-forces/

      The important shot is this one so look closely at the markings on the sides of the truck, windows, gunmounts in box with stripe down it, etc. >

      https://willyloman.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/isis-trucks1.jpg

      Now to blow your mind kindly pause the video of the 37 brigade of the 9th Armored division at 2:14 (2 minutes 14 seconds) and look closely at the pickup truck that is headed in the opposite direction and the guys in the back.

      http://en.alalam.ir/news/1825586

      Of course being possessed (some say cursed;) of a suspicious nature this could just simply be ISIS escaping Mosul by driving past the Iraqi army.

      Thoughts?



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    4. barrel of monkeys: I don't know what to say.

      It sure appears as if "isis" passed on by
      Or was it special forces posing as ISIS to "blend in"?
      I don't know- hopefully someone else will take a gander and share a thought- either or could be possible?

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    5. Bunch of MonkeysJune 6, 2016 at 3:58 PM

      Funny... it all makes perfect sense to me.

      It's the 'Great Game' being played out inside a 'Grand Illusion'. Several games and several illusions actually. Layers of lies on top of layers of lies as it were.

      I had been trying to make sense of the world like a lost puppy for years. Then a Brandon Smith article detonated inside my brain and everything suddenly made sense. The tumblers finally clicked.

      So Penny... If there was just ONE thing that I thought you should know before TSHTF it's this: http://redefininggod.com/2016/02/vladimir-putin-the-mobster-who-would-be-the-globalist-messiah/

      Forget about the 'messiah' angle for the time being and just focus on who/what Putin actually is. When you understand that you will understand everything.

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  2. Note the us airstrikes in fallujah as Iraqi troops take ground. Coordinated?

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  3. DO UK and US forces fighting with kurds have something to do with the US foot dragging on moderate designation? Unilateral declaration by Russians over in shadow of special forces and commitment to support Syrian offensive. Heading to Pristina, fast. IS this why the Russians have been so patient on the Nusra designations? Avoiding old mistakes is a rather pregnant clause...

    http://tass.ru/en/defense/880324
    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-06/06/c_135417105.htm
    http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20160606/1040849016/daesh-uk-forces.html

    Avoiding Encirclement
    http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20160606/1040863628/raqqa-syria-army.html

    US strike force in Med
    http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/03/middleeast/iraq-falluja-airstrikes/


    CNN making the point:
    A mix of Iraqi army, police, anti-terrorism units, Sunni tribal militias and what are known as the Popular Mobilization Units -- Shia-dominated militias trained by Iran -- are participating in the offensive.
    http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/03/middleeast/iraq-falluja-airstrikes/

    Going back to the Duri offer on Mosul 10AR16
    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-iraq-douri-idUSKCN0X70L6






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  4. End of article assessment by Russian general on the endgame of Kurd vs. Syrian army offensive on Raqqa. Very explicit:

    "Raqqa will become a part of the Federal Democratic System of Rojava and Northern Syria following its liberation from Daesh terrorists, a representative of the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) in Iraqi Kurdistan, Gharib Hassou told RIA Novosti on May 26"
    http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20160605/1040816844/syrian-army-raqqa.html


    Will Political Infighting Split Iraqi Kurdistan and Throw It Into Chaos?
    http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20160605/1040803762/kurdistan-crisis-split.html

    Yes as the Goran and opposition merger illustrate timming.

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    1. Anonymous linkie person!
      I was wondering where you had gone to!
      Just last night I said to hubby, you haven't been around..
      And here you are :)

      thanks for the links- the last sputnik is interesting and yes the Goran and opposition merger is very conveniently timed

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    2. And the US is doing all it can to keep the Shiite militias out of Mosul etc
      In fact Sadr has just called for his believers to overthrow the government in Baghdad- that should keep the shiites out of mosul

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  5. Cant make this stuff up.


    The head of the U.N. refugee agency Filippo Grandi also hailed the unprecedented team as “a tribute to the courage and perseverance” of all those forced to flee from their home countries.
    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/syrian-woman-who-pushed-sinking-dinghy-from-turkey-to-lesbos-to-compete-in-rio.aspx?pageID=238&nID=100136&NewsCatID=371

    Amiri also accused the Iraqi authorities of deciding to move the forces to Makhmour, which lies around 60 km south of Mosul, under pressure from the United States.
    http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2016/Jun-07/355658-iraqi-army-shiite-coalition-bicker-on-fallujah-operations.ashx

    US again asks Russia not to bomb Nusra
    http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2016/Jun-03/355190-us-asks-russia-to-not-hit-nusra-front-in-syria-moscow.ashx

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  6. UNICEF
    reports that the final polio vaccination campaign using the trivalent vaccine

    which unlike the bivalent
    vaccine, protects
    against the eradicated type 2 polioviruses


    priceless .... eugenics the dark sister of genocide

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