Thursday, October 27, 2016

Kirkuk: Kurdish authorities demolish Arab Refugee Homes. KURDIShIS attacked Kirkuk

How was it that ISIS made that sudden appearance and just as sudden disappearance in Kirkuk as an attempt at distracting Iraqi troops?   KURDIShIS of course!
 The assault appeared aimed at diverting attention from the Iraqi offensive to retake Mosul, and raised fears the extremists could lash out in unpredictable ways as they defend the largest city under their control and their last urban bastion in Iraq.
 Think I'm wrong? I'm not. Because the symbiosis between Kurd and ISIS has always been obvious- If you had eyes to see it?  I knew, with certainty when the news broke a couple of days ago regarding the sudden attack in Kirkuk. I knew before reading the information included in the second linked article

2nd-Middle East Monitor

Activists and Iraqi human rights organisations have confirmed that largely Arab refugees are being forcibly deported from the oil-rich Iraqi city of Kirkuk by Kurdish authorities who are also destroying their homes.
History repeats- Ethnic cleansing and kurdish militias go hand and hand!
There is a work in progress post on this very topic
The Iraqi Observatory for Human Rights (IOHR) documented several cases of Arab residents and internally displaced people (IDPs) being warned by the Kurdish security services, the Asayish, that they had to depart the area in days.
Not long after, images emerged on social media showing the destruction of refugee shantytowns that used to be inhabited by Arab IDPs fleeing violence in other parts of the country. Reports suggest that this may have been in order to force them to become refugees elsewhere.
These incidences come after significant intelligence failures allowed Daesh militants to breach Kirkuk’s defences last week, killing dozens of security personnel and some civilians in attacks across the city.
"Many reports suggested that the Daesh (ISIS) fighters who attacked Kirkuk were Kurds rather than Arabs"

 KURDIShIS- I've said it for so long now and still people deny the obvious fact of what is occurring in plain site- Hate to say I told all my readers this was exactly the case, but, I did!
"Many reports suggested that the Daesh (ISIS) fighters who attacked Kirkuk were Kurds rather than Arabs"
Undoubtedly PKK. America and Israel's allies



The Kurdish authorities have denied that they are forcibly deporting Arab citizens and IDPs, and have similarly denied that any reprisals are being committed against them in retaliation for Daesh’s assault last week.
Azad Jabari, chief of the security committee in the Kirkuk provincial council, said that these actions were “individual behaviours” of Asayish officers, and did not represent official policy.
However, IOHR has stated that it is “bewildered” by these denials, as it has documented several families informing them that Asayish officers demanded that they hand over their identification documents before forcing them out.
Not only where they rendered homeless, but the lack of identification papers raises the risk that they will be deemed as Daesh infiltrators by the Iraqi authorities and incarcerated or worse.
 Hussein Ahmad, 33, was displaced from Tel Afar to Kirkuk. He said that a Kurdish official “visited me in my home accompanied by armed members of the Kurdish security forces, and asked me and my family to leave the city within one day.”
IOHR cited anonymous Kurdish security sources as stating that IDPs were viewed as a security risk in Kurdish-controlled areas.
“The purpose behind the decision to deport them is to transfer them to the camps to better guarantee their rights,” the Kurdish security source said, without elaborating upon how deportation would improve the rights of IDPs or Arab residents of Kirkuk.
Kirkuk has long been disputed, with Kurds, Arabs and Turkmens laying claims to the strategic northern Iraqi city. Although nominally under the control of Baghdad, Kirkuk has been controlled by Kurdish forces since the Iraqi army fled Daesh’s onslaught in 2014, stoking ethnic tensions.
Isn't it convenient that as the Kurds force the Arabs out- they steal their identity papers, enabling the Kurdish militias to frame Iraqi Arabs for all sorts of crimes and evil doings. All they need do is leave a handy identification paper in the vicinity of some crime scene. Such a familiar scenario.

Are the Kurds really "always the victim"? The obvious answer,  if you all want to accept reality is NO. 

A small sampling of posts discussing the Kurdish propensity for ethnic cleansing


  1. OK Penny! After reading so much today's news and now this post along with your older posts, gives me more clarity. I supposed in the beginning learning about these Kuradishes that they were crypto Jews. The actions speak louder and they are ever the same. How much more now I see a deeper understanding of the Iraq War and who the silent (but obvious) actors are.
    ["15 years of terrorism against Turkey and the whole time the Kurds of Iraq are firmly in bed with Israel.........
    Turkey refused to cooperate with the US invasion of Iraq in 2003. The strain persists, in spite of appearances. Meanwhile, the Kurdish militia has proved to be a valuable ally of the US. Kurdistan has since become the staging ground for US and Israeli intelligence's covert operations against Iran. It is a strategic asset in the event of any US military strike against Iran.
    Over and above all, the fabulous oilfields of Kirkuk beckon US and Israeli business interests. Evidently, it is in the interests of the US and Israel that the region must remain an oasis of stability. Israel, in particular, would gain immensely if Kurdistan gained full independence."]

    Funny that I just read this article a few minuets ago:

    And with an extra note...when living in Atlanta for 9 years I came across the knowledge of a Kurd Community slapped right in with the Jews. Funny that?

    Also with the interesting enlightenment of Mesopotamia now turning into Kurdistan. Another mirror image of the Jews destroying Palestine (or greater Syria) in claims of a state of Israel...again with all of US/UK/NATO help.

    Assyria is the biblical location of the Garden of Eden. Assur was the second son of Noah.

    Gen 2:10-15
    10 Now a river flowed out of Eden to water the garden; and from there it divided and became four rivers.
    11 The name of the first is Pishon; it flows around the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold.
    12 The gold of that land is good; the bdellium and the onyx stone are there.
    13 The name of the second river is Gihon; it flows around the whole land of Cush.
    14 The name of the third river is Tigris; it flows east of Assyria. And the fourth river is the Euphrates.
    15 Then the LORD God took the man and put him into the garden of Eden to cultivate it and keep it.

    Without anymore commentspace hogging...I'll close for now. Thank you so much for your brilliance and insights, documented in plain English for all to understand. Nope kid your work is not in vain. :)

    1. Oops...correction

      Asshur was the second son of Shem son of Noah.


    1. thanks Ally!
      I wasn't going to post till later, but, that article is brilliant and needs posting now
      will be back to address comments later on

    2. Bhadrakumar is amazing. Researched him and he has lived in Turkey? He clearly knows a lot

  3. Lavrov: Time to neutralize all groups that failed to get separated from al-Nusra in Syria's Aleppo

    never one to mince words

  4. You are right, the Kurds look at the Arab villages in Syria and Iraq with greedy eyes. These "always innocent" try to build their own country hurting and killing other people. If they succeed there will be another Kosovo or South Sudan (or Israel). They have been getting a lot of good PR in the western-jewish msm recently. The project knows as "Kurdistan" is already very advanced, the last obstacle is Turkey. I am personally not against Kurdish independence but they shouldn't steal Arab territories.

    1. "These "always innocent" try to build their own country hurting and killing other people. If they succeed there will be another Kosovo or South Sudan (or Israel)"

      Indeed. Indeed.

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  6. Amnesty International on Kirkuk.

    “Muhayman”, whose name has been changed to protect his identity, a 40-year-old father of 10 from a village south-west of Kirkuk, has been forcibly displaced twice by Kurdish forces, first in 2015 and most recently on 25 October 2016. He described to Amnesty International how men in military uniform came to the Manshiya area of the Wahed Huzairan neighbourhood of Kirkuk city and ordered residents to leave by morning. Early the next day they were forcibly evicted and bulldozers demolished homes late into the night.


    This is not okay. Kurds in Kirkuk really act like Israelis in the West Bank or Gaza Strip.

    1. "This is not okay. Kurds in Kirkuk really act like Israelis in the West Bank or Gaza Strip"

      The script wrt the Kurds has always struck me as very very jewish victim- I gathered that long ago and I've not had any good reason to change my mind