Monday, August 1, 2016

"Syrian Kurds" aka PKK/YPG Terrorists Reject Syrian Request to Leave Aleppo

Kurdish lying leader rejects presence of their NATO backed terror forces then acknowledges their presence and refusal to evacuate Aleppo.

NATO supported and supplied Kurdish Sunni Muslim Terrorists in Aleppo- Notice the Kurdish flags hanging on buildings.
I don't mince words when it comes to NATO backed terrorists of any ilk:

First the denial "A senior commander of the Kurdish forces of the Women’s Protection Units (YPJ) in Syria’s northern Aleppo province rejected the images showing a regime soldier wearing a YPG patch as propaganda."It’s well-known that there are tensions between us and regime troops,” she told reporters

 “The main goal of releasing such kind of images is to discredit our fighters, we don’t know who these people are or where they are from, and we have no ties with them,” YPJ official Zoran Birhat said on Sunday. 
So Kurdish fighters reject the images because perception is everything and they don't want their presence in Aleppo to be widely known? Wonder why that might be? Actually, I don't wonder at all.
  "It’s well-known that there are tensions between us and regime troops,” she told reporters
 Gee, I can't imagine why?.... Could it be because the NATO backed PKK/YPG are annexing Syrian land? 

The the acknowledgement of the presence of NATO backed terrorist PKK/YPG in Aleppo:"We have checkpoints which are close to the regime positions in Aleppo city, particularly in Al Ashrafiye as well in the Bani Zaid neighbourhoods, where violence has been escalating recently,” Kurdish officer Sharvan Efrin told local reporters.
“Some of the regime soldiers wanted our forces to leave their positions in Aleppo city, but this didn’t happen. We will keep our positions. We don’t know when fighting will erupt between us [Kurds and regime], but in this case our fight against mercenary [Islamist] groups will turn into a fight with regime forces,” he said.
“We will never leave our positions which had been liberated by blood,” he stated.
The Kurdish officer by saying "we will keep our position" in Aleppo has verified the presence of PKK/YPG same/same in Aleppo. He further states "we will never leave our positions from which had been liberated by blood" In other words we killed a whole lot of people to take this position to steal this land, to annex, to raid homes and displace the citizens and we aren't leaving- Were going to fight SAA!

As always I dedicate this post to the people who actually believed the lying media's spelling 
(Spelling: a psychological state induced by (or as if induced by) a series of words- words manipulated to make one believe that which should not be believed) regarding the always NATO backed, armed, supported, ethnically cleansing Kurdish terrorists. "Freedom fighters"? Equal to  the Contras And all the trolls who spread the same disinfo on line- Truth exists: Only lies are invented And the LIE of the communal, non-Islamist, good guy and brave women kurd fighters was invented.

Related: U.S. worries Russian humanitarian operation in Syria may be 'ruse'

Less then 24 hours ago: Turkish Leader Brings Military Under More Civilian Authority


  1. SecularDemocraticPeacelovingKurdAugust 1, 2016 at 9:13 AM

    Hi Penny

    Sorry for going off topic. What do you think of this?

    Saudi FM threatens Turkey over policy shift toward Syria

    “He [Turkish PM] is aware that Turkey is vulnerable to be divided by the Kurds; making such a fatal mistake will probably lead Turkey to collapse”.

    Al-Jubeir’s remarks came as he held, yesterday, bilateral meetings with US Secretary of State John Kerry and National Security Advisor Susan Rice.

    “Under the current circumstances, Turkey cannot afford being attacked by the Turkish opposition forces. Unlike the Syrian armed opposition which is capable of overthrowing Syria’s Assad and standing against the Turks”, he added.

    Sounds like the Saudi FM is just acting as a mouthpiece for the Empire. This threat came ONE DAY before the coup.

    1. SecularDemocraticPeacelovingKurdAugust 1, 2016 at 9:17 AM

      ps: Correction the article was published a day before the coup. The threat may or may not be on the same day.

    2. Interesting moniker choice..

      re: the article

      "The Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia, Adel al-Jubeir, said that Turkey knows very well that it is incapable of betraying the Syrian opposition with such ease, questioning the sudden and unexpected shift of attitude adopted recently by the Turkish Prime Minister.

      “He [Turkish PM] is aware that Turkey is vulnerable to be divided by the Kurds; making such a fatal mistake will probably lead Turkey to collapse”.

      etc., the entire article appears to have no context and seems a bit disjointed- it could be construed as a threat, but, was it?

    3. SecularDemocraticPeacelovingKurdAugust 1, 2016 at 12:08 PM

      The moniker was meant to be sarcastic regarding how the PKK/YPG is being represented in MSM. The article itself might be the threat, I searched for an official source regarding this but nothing. If Saudi FM indeed had used such loaded words it would be all over int media.

      The site seems pro Syrian government. Probably some unrestrained Saudi bashing with no clear goal.

    4. " If Saudi FM indeed had used such loaded words it would be all over int media."

      Particularly if he used the loaded words as a real threat- then the meaning would be clear and as you say it would likely be all over the msm, however, it seems to be a bunch of words used to create the idea of a threat aimed at Turkey from Saudi Arabia

    5. SecularDemocraticPeacelovingKurdAugust 1, 2016 at 12:54 PM

      But whoever wrote it had enough understanding of the situation that a Turkey-Syria rapprochement has the potential to make the Saudi's absolutely furious :)

    6. maybe?

      Or maybe who ever wrote it wants the reader to think the rapprochement will make the Saudi's furious?

      Hard to say what the intent really was.


    A very interesting read. The short video at the end of the "about" segment is worth a watch as well.