See the bolded portion of an earlier response
Perhaps the answer to the question: Why isn't Damascus taking on the US and taking back the one third of their country and it's resources? Is because Syria has already accepted their losses ? Sure looked as if they had their foot in their own grave yesterday. After the incident in Idlib, which couldn't have been accidental, Nomadic Everyman has asked a very valid question. And has presented a very solid argument as to why he is asking= You may understand "trespass" but you clearly don't understand the fact that Russia and Turkey made specific agreements.If Erdogan is Fighting to Preserve Territory After Assad Cut a Deal With Russia & US?
There was no intent to belittle you or anyone and I really can't understand why you would feel that way?
Turkey and Russia made those agreements and those are simple facts...
"Why is he making the success of liberating Syria a fight? "
If Syria being liberated was successful, as you suggest, then why isn't Damascus taking on the US and taking back the one third of their country and it's resources being held by Kurdish proxies?? That would be a far greater indication of success.
It's a good question, isn't it?Yes, Scott, it is a very good question!
- Do pay attention to the maps and you will see the PKK/SDF held territory where the Tel Rifat airport is located. As mentioned by Laika. Just look at the maps.
Thanks, Penny. You're one of the very few reliable sources, and the expert on Syria. (I learned a lot from you)
PressTV, SANA, RT, Sputnik - the latter two most certainly in the hands of the NWO's 5th column within Russia (ask Scott Humor) - won't talk about the PKK NWO terrorists, or even promote(d) them.
Apart from east of the Euphrates, there's even an Israel 2.0 enclave still right in the middle of Aleppo, and these CIA terrorists seem to have an airport at Tell Rifaat (supplies for CIA mercenaries in Idlib?) in another Israel 2.0 enclave north of Aleppo which (at least until recently) also bordered on the Idlib de-escalation area.