Friday, September 8, 2017

Israel's Strike On Syria & " The Next Round Of Conflict"

Following up on yesterday's news regarding the Israeli strike on Syria.
That news was conveniently preceded by the preparative meme implantation of "Syria/ Chemical/ Weapons"
 It's clear the strike was not about chemical weapons despite the lies..

I'm going to link and quote from an Atlantic article saved from yesterday:
The country has reportedly staged a new strike on Syria—and this one was different from previous ones.
The Syrian military said Israeli warplanes fired missiles from Lebanese airspace at a Syrian military positions near Masyaf, killing two army personnel and damaging the site
The site is  "the country’s premier research institution, and stored surface-to-surface missiles"
 Stored surface to surface missiles.  How many missiles might have been stored there?
 "Amos Yadlin, the former head of Israel’s military intelligence, while not confirming that Israel was responsible, said on Twitter the strike was “not routine.”
 “It targeted a Syrian military-scientific center for the development and manufacture of, among other things, precision missiles which will have a significant role in the next round of conflict,” he (Amos Yadlin) said.
 Amos Yadlin: Israel targeted  "precision missiles which will have a significant role in the next round of conflict”

Does that read to you like Israel is softening the Syrian target in advance of "the next round of conflict"?

Is Amos Yadlin telling us that the strike on a facility that stored surface to surface missiles was done to leave Syria at a disadvantage for the next round of the conflict? 

And if Israel engaged in this most recent strikes is Amos Yadlin also implying that Israel will launch more strikes?

Certainly I am not suggesting that this was all of Syria's missile inventory- however, if enough were destroyed & cannot be replaced in short order doesn't that leave Syria disadvantaged?

Possibly? I don't know? I find Yadlin's statement both intriguing and worrisome.
 Since I am of the mind that the US, Israel, Kurdish remake agenda has been impeded by the SAA success at Deir ez Zor.
  1. The liberation of Deir Ezzor is the biggest defeat for the US/Zionists in the Syrian war so far.
    Far worse than Aleppo.
    However, I don't see what they can do about. The fight will be about the oil fields north of Deir, which are the largest in the country. I'm sure Syria are determined to take them before SDF.
    Now, we remember a week ago SDF announced an operation towards Deir Ezzor, it hasn't started yet.
    My theory is that Russia has threatened the US, that if YPG moves one inch towards Deir, then Turkey will attack Afrin. The day after SDF announced their intentions, Lavrov stated that the Turkish army had finished all preparations for the Afrin operation. This is what I base my theory on.
  2. Rescue "However, I don't see what they can do about"

    My fear is they will go big...
    Instead of just calling it a day.
Can and should we consider the Israeli strike the beginning of going big?

I notice Lebanon has moved their army to the entire eastern border with Syria 
  "Lebanese troops have established an unprecedented presence in the northeastern area of Jurud Ras Baalbek, a belt of territory that has been a longstanding source of contention with Syria"
Coinciding with Israel Staging Large Military Drills on the Border of Both Syria and Israel 

"The drills will include ground, air, sea and intelligence forces and focus on defending an attack along Israel's northern border."

Turkey has been moving military equipment to it's border with Syria for some time now. 

Then you have that massive, massive shipment of vehicles and weapons to the PKK/YPG in the stolen Syrian territory in the north.

Evidence Makes a Liar of Mattis- Washington Supplied an Army in Northern Syria

 Washington has provided 1,285 truckloads of weapons and ammunition to the PKK's Syrian armed wing, the People's Protection Units (YPG).

 During a face-to-face meeting between Mattis and Canikli on Aug. 23, the Turkish side provided aerial photographs which indicate that the number of trucks is far higher than claimed.
 the 1,200 trucks of weapons are enough to adequately equip at least 60,000 soldiers,

I also notice the media is pushing the weather terror drama non-stop- Which would provide a very convenient distraction... 

Related too both Syria and the employing of weather as a terror tool:

Another AGW Lie Bites the Dust: "Climate Change Fuelled Syrian War"

1 comment:

  1. Recall off denying it lost plane in last Israeli strike