Wednesday, July 19, 2017

US Increases Military Posts in Kurd Annexed Syria: Vindicated Again




Via Elijah Magnier.  Of all people! An individual  who is quoted and linked to all over the place, yet is one,  I never read. Never refer to. Nothing. 
Had Robin Morritt at Syper not left a comment for me-  I wouldn't have even known of this vindication. So, thanks Robin! :)

It’s so very interesting to notice that as of late, due to the obviousness of what is actually occurring, more people are reporting on the Kurdish thugs and their role in reshaping the ME region. Alongside the Uk/Usrael.  But Mr Magnier went one better. Not only did he speak of the collusion between the Kurds and the US in an attempt to remake the region. And this curious synchronicity between ISIS/The US and Sykes Picot.  He touched on the fact that the US is betraying Turkey-

hat tip Robin Morritt- thanks for bringing the article to my attention

“One for Penny, I guess. Elijah Magnier talks about US plans for Kurdistans in Syria and Iraq”

My response
Penny
Hi Robin: Elijah Magnier is years behind me- If anyone would have actually bothered to read what I’ve been writing since 2014- They would have understand why I use Israel 2.0 aka Kurdistan or Greater Kurdistan. It was too bad the Israeli/Kurd PR polluted Syper in order to obfuscate the agenda

First  EM: “Islamic State” and then the US breaches Sykes-Picot with one objective: the Partition of Syria and Iraq.
“In 2014, the “Islamic State” terrorist group (ISIS) breached the deserted frontier between Iraq and Syria: its bulldozers crossed from the Iraqi borders on Sinjar into al-Hasaka province with US-made Humvees captured during the occupation of Mosul. Just a week ago, hundreds of US Special Operation Forces crossed Iraq into Syria with their Humvees in military convoy, following the same ISIS path breaching the British and French division of the Ottoman Empire secret agreement during the First World War by the two diplomats Sir Mark Sykes and François Georges-Picot.”

Update: EM's statement brought to mind yet another older post-
First from Elijah Magnier

" crossed from the Iraqi borders on Sinjar into al-Hasaka province with US-made Humvees"

" Just a week ago, hundreds of US Special Operation Forces crossed Iraq into Syria with their Humvees in military convoy, following the same ISIS path" 

 Let's go back to 2015- Sinjar: Creating a Crucial Supply Route for KurdIShIS & Annexing Iraqi Territory

 "Sinjar is both a symbolic and a strategic prize, sitting astride the main highway linking the cities of Mosul and Raqqa" 

 Clearly what is going on in Sinjar has zip to do with fighting ISIS. The US is aiding the Kurds in their annexation of Iraqi territory-  Same as in Syria. Same as will be done in Turkey. The US is redrawing the borders of the ME, using ISIS as the pretext, as has been suggested here for a very long time! As the US aids the Kurds in their land thievery and nation destruction they are also ensuring a supply route to continue this redraw

Elijah Magnier is describing the supply route I explained the US was in the process of making- Connecting Raqqa to Mosul.
 Related
 Over 250 U.S. military personnel and 48 armored vehicles entered Syrian territory, today, from the Iraqi border, Kurdish activists claimed this evening.
Entering the Al-Hasakah Governorate from Iraq’s Nineveh Governorate, the U.S. military personnel reached the town of Al-Malkiyah in northwestern Syria.


Why it's that remake of the region, in plain site! I've talked about that for how many years now? ISIS crossed into Syria from Iraq in late 2013. Led by Omar al Shishani

Meet the Rebel Commander in Syria That Assad, Russia and the U.S. All Fear

"The jihadi commander has recently emerged from obscurity to be the northern commander in Syria of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham (ISIS), an al Qaeda-connected coalition whose thousands of Arab and foreign fighters have overrun key Syrian military bases, staged public executions and muscled aside American-backed moderate rebel groups trying to topple President Bashar al-Assad"

Chechens drawn south to fight in Syria

And from this piece, Elijah Magnier, again
“All indications lead to the conclusion that the US is trying – with the Kurds in Syria and Iraq simultaneously – to see which one may succeed first in giving a shape to a state, imposing it as a fact on central governments, all the time aware that this policy will encourage Kurds in other parts (Iran and Turkey) to follow the same path of independence”

Exactly. What was obvious to me in 2014 is finally being articulated by those with more perceived authority then myself. Too late to the party, I crashed before it began,  stragglers.   And I paid dearly for crashing that party.  Making vindication that much sweeter!
EM: “The US is not concerned about the Erdogan and the Turkish government’s reaction to its plan in favour of a Kurdish state in both Syria and Iraq because it is in the US’s interest to destabilise Ankara (for a number reasons) even though Turkey is a NATO member”

As I like to say in the real world when one states the obvious “No shit sherlock!” How long have I been stating this is the plan? Well let’s see... How long ago did I write the post titled Kurd/ISIS symbiosis and the impending destruction of Turkey? 
Why it was 2014! November 2014. Very nearly 3 years ago.

Kurd/ ISIS Symbiosis - The Impending Destruction of Turkey.
“ It seems much more likely that there is cooperation and coordination between the Kurds and ISIS. It’s a thought that has been in the back of my mind for sometime now. When one takes a look at the land grabbed by ISIS and the desired Kurdistan one can’t help but see something taking shape. Something like a new nation

 Admittedly, I prefer  the vindication over the attacks and derision. And really who wouldn't? 
It's just so interesting this broader recognition of these plans and actions which have been talked/written about for years. I suspect Magniers' perceived authority will encourage others to write about this subject or dig a little deeper into the middle east remake. It will help those who rely on bandwagon and appeals to popularity to feel ok in writing about this topic. It will ensure they 'belong' As for me? I'll continue on as I have been. My own thoughts. My own research. It's clear my instincts are pretty good. Not infallible, but, pretty solid.
 I called the Kurdish militias out for their duplicity long ago. I explained that Turkey was being destabilized and betrayed years ago. I explained the remake ongoing in plain site a plenty

Hope readers here now understand when I was writing about Turkey being targeted it’s because they are being targeted.  When I wrote about the coup as being real, and not some kind of false flag perpetrated by Erdogan,  unlike so many others, that’s because the coup was for real.  Erdogan is too independent and needs to be taken down or out. Whichever.  Besides there are bigger plans afoot and the Turks are too nationalisticRussians are too nationalistic (Code word for Globalists want to take you down) Other’s were spinning, demonizing Erdogan, that’s always something that should be watched out for.  As was explained constantly here.  Cult of personality as distraction. When I suggested the US is taking part in the destabilization of Turkey, at NATO ally, I wasn’t kidding. Recall me writing it was entirely realistic that US soldiers have already been killing Turkish soldiers- Yah, that’s a fact!


US increases Military Outposts in Annexed/Stolen Syrian Territory in Support of PKK/YPG



Read on:

Washington had set up two airbases in PKK/PYD-held Rmeilan district in the northeast of Al-Hasakah province in October 2015 and Harab Isk village in southern Kobani in March 2016.

While the Rmeilan airbase is large enough for cargo planes to land, Harab Isk base is only used by military helicopters.

While a part of the U.S. military aid to PKK/PYD goes through Iraqi border by land, the other part is shipped to the region through the Rmeilan airbase.

These “field-type” military points are usually hidden for security reasons, making it hard to be detected, according to Anadolu Agency reporters.

Apart from the military points, the U.S. also uses some other places which are hard to be detected like residential areas, PKK/PYD camps, easily transformed factories as operational points.
The U.S. forces keep the construction of operational points hidden by declaring some areas as "prohibited area" in northern Syria, the reporters say.

There are contact officers for airstrikes and artillery shelling, military consultants, training officers, operational planning officers and military units to engage in active conflicts in eight military points.

The equipment in the military points includes artillery batteries with high maneuverability, multi-barrel rocket launchers, various mobile equipment for intelligence and armored vehicles such as "Stryker" for general patrols and security.
Military points in Al-Hasakah

There are also three military points in Al-Hasakah, the latest of which was established in the northern district Tal Baydar.

According to the reporters, 100 U.S. Special Forces soldiers have been deployed to Tal Baydar within the scope of the fight against the Daesh terrorist group.

There are also foreign soldiers from the U.S.-led coalition stationed in the old farm district of Tal Tamir, which is located south of Resulayn near the Syrian-Turkish border.
There are also 150 U.S. Special Forces units in Ash Shaddadi district, south of Al-Hasakah, with a view to backing PKK/PYD during anti-Daesh operations.
Military points in Manbij

The U.S. has established two operational posts in Manbij in 2016 when PKK/PYD captured the district.

One of these posts is located in Ayn Dadad town in the district, which can be used by U.S. Special Forces for patrols against the Free Syrian Army (FSA) units rescued during the Turkish Euphrates Shield Operation.

The other military unit is located in Usariye town, west of Ayn Dadad with the purpose of protecting PKK/PYD units against FSA.

Military points in Raqqah

There are also three military posts in the northern province of Raqqah.

Along with U.S. special forces units, French special forces are stationed in a military post located in Mistanur hill, south of Kobani.

Around 200 U.S. soldiers and 75 French special forces units are also stationed in the PKK/PYD base in Ayn Issah town in northern Raqqah.

A military post in the town of Sirrin in Kobani is also used for airbornes. PKK/PYD is supplied with military equipment and ammunition through this post.

This post also serves as a communication center of the anti-Daesh coalition and used for disrupting Daesh communications.

PYD, the Syria offshoot of the terrorist organization PKK, is in control of Al-Hasakah in the east, northern Raqqah, Manbij, to the east of Aleppo, Afrin and Tal Rifaat districts.
US and YPG to sign a partnership agreement for military support for 10 years 

Apparently Andalou took both the map and article down after the US complained about it
Lucky for me and my readers I had already saved the information including the map.

 US complains to Turkey after map of posts in Syria published

"The U.S. military says it has raised concerns with Ankara over the publication of what Turkey's state-run news agency says is a map of U.S. military posts in Syria.
Anadolu Agency published a map Wednesday showing 10 locations where it says U.S. troops are located. The posts span a stretch of northern Syria controlled by Syrian Kurdish forces that the U.S. supports but Turkey considers terrorists.
The U.S. doesn't disclose where U.S.-led coalition forces in Syria are, for security reasons. The Pentagon says it can't independently determine where Anadolu got the information. But spokesman Eric Pahon says the U.S. would be "very concerned if officials from a NATO ally would purposefully endanger our forces by releasing sensitive information."

Interesting about the concerned officials over the actions of a NATO ally , the US is in the process of betraying. The US doesn't express or display concerns for Turkish interests. Where is the alliance then?

10 comments:

  1. There never was an alliance.. That is a farce with only the US benefitting.. The whole plan that we see unfolding now was laid out in the criminal psycho Israel blueprint "Securing The Realm" which called for Greater Israel hegemony over the region by breaking up all of the Arabic nations including Syria...

    The US is basically once again obeying their Jewish masters' wishes for the break up of Syria into smaller nations since their first "Plan A" for the removal of Assad and the establishment of a puppet regime in Damascus has now failed....

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    1. Hey North: I agree it is an alliance of convenience, serving only a few interested parties

      Can't recall who commented here about NATO being a, geez, what term did that use?

      Like a weapons racket for the US, because the NATO members all have to purchase US made weapons.

      And where does that leave Canada? Hubby has asked that a number of times- If Turkey, which is strategically important can be betrayed for new goals- how about Canada?

      I'd say Canadians should expect the allies to toss this nation to the rubbish heap also should the need arise

      So much for alliances

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    2. "Like a weapons racket for the US, because the NATO members all have to purchase US made weapons."

      That is not accurate, the guidelines are that all weapon systems are in line with NATO specifications and quality.

      It is true that a number of parts, engine and subsystems are being imported from the USA, but that also has to do with the fact that the american military spending is high that they already have developed those systems. So instead of European countries building their systems from scratch they import the parts they don't build and use it for their own weapon systems to reduce cost.

      Since Turkey had faced the problems with embargoes which has been put on them from time to time, there has been a lot of effort to create full independent system, as in that they are able to build all parts within turkey.

      Here is a rapport for example https://www.export.gov/apex/article2?id=Turkey-Defense-Technology-and-Equipment

      But I am expecting some developments with regards to NATO in a few years time. The question is can NATO still function/exist when USA gets out of NATO.

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    3. I'm not sure that the US would exit NATO- too profitable- Plus they run the show for all intents a purposes. I'm wondering what would make you think that might happen? Just curious?

      Also Kaz, wrt the leaking of the map and locations of US locations in Northern Syria..

      Would Turkey have done this to out/pressure the US?

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    4. I have suspicion to believe according to the accounts of the ex-kgb officers/spies/agents. That the plan is that NATO will be disbanded.

      one of them https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatoliy_Golitsyn

      With this information in mind. And remembering the events of the "not my president protests" we know that the leftist movements have quite a strong footing and nothing is being done about that since they also have a strong presence in the campuses they will have alot of fresh youth in their disposal.

      US will first do what it is trying to do in the middle-east. After this is done I am expecting for some uproar creeping up in USA to the state of mass civil disobedience which then would put USA in a state unable to react to foreign problems. Because of the mass civil disobedience and riots going on in USA, the police won't be able to handle it since they will very likely be ordered to stand down, because of leftist affiliated people which are at those key positions , this is because police at multiple occasions were forced to wait until crowds were big enough to allowed to engage, which we then see in the media.

      This time however I would not be surprised if it got so sour that the military has to step in.

      Anyway with this Gap I suspect Russia to take some form of action to make use of the weakness that USA shows. which would mean that they would again somehow upset the balance after some sort of stalemate has been reached in Syria and Iraq.

      Also what has to be kept in mind is that Russia has good relations with Israel even if judging by the media that is not the case. And previous year January, Putin presented russia as a safe haven against anti-semetism, because the west has not gotten rid of this decease.

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    5. "Also Kaz, wrt the leaking of the map and locations of US locations in Northern Syria..

      Would Turkey have done this to out/pressure the US?"

      Likely, but what they really need is proper proof that there are PKK-USA relations because its still just getting written off as YPG-USA

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  2. Saudi King's Son Plotted Effort to Oust His Rival
    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/18/world/middleeast/saudi-arabia-mohammed-bin-nayef-mohammed-bin-salman.html

    flashback 2013
    http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2013/08/breaking-news-two-explosions-hit.html?showComment=1377270597138#c2957401916607632315


    2015: Yemen war effort led by MBS
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&ved=0ahUKEwjD-IWF8ZfVAhXEPD4KHXT8A1EQFggtMAE&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.latimes.com%2Fworld%2Fmiddleeast%2Fla-fg-us-yemen-20150817-story.html&usg=AFQjCNEAWNsMNVbkU4hAx1K0nKfIiyAeSg

    then in 2016 alleged us sourced reports by MEE that nayef near death promptly denied by nayef? MBS 'engineered" what?
    http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/saudi-crown-prince-fine-despite-us-reports-being-near-death-656966416

    2016 us pullout Saudi advisory
    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-yemen-security-usa-saudiarabia-idUSKCN10U1TL
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-37607248

    Where is mutab

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    1. In his first hours at Saudi's helm, King Salman promoted 69-year-old Muqrin bin Abdulaziz al-Saud to crown prince from deputy and named Interior Minister Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, 55, as the new deputy crown prince. Abdullah was not from the Sudairi seven and Salman’s immediate appointments appear to reassert the alliance’s power over the throne.

      http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/king-salman-reasserts-sudairi-seven-key-abdullah-advisor-removed-496423196

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    2. Israel has already said lebanon next.


      arsal battle coming.

      syrian airstrikes and hez moving forces in

      Israel rejects us southern ceasefire

      IDF back in action....

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  3. http://www.globalresearch.ca/anti-bds-motion-why-does-canada-sanction-other-countries-for-human-rights-violations-but-not-israel/5510386

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