Friday, October 12, 2018

Lavrov: Easier for the US to Fish in Troubled Waters- Unifying Kurdish Held Territories

No one who reads here is going to be surprised that Lavrov is stating the US is trying to join annexed Syrian territory with the Kurdish territory in Iraq to make a unified territory.

Like a broken record I've reported on this... repeatedly. While taking a lot of flak for doing so.
One of a very, very few, but brave, voices speaking these facts. Sadly.
As the 5 eyes main stream and alt avoided the blatantly obvious. 

From November 2015: Sinjar: Creating a Crucial Supply Route for KurdIShIS & Annexing Iraqi Territory

When the US took Sinjar they were able to make the connection into Syria and start building the infrastructure for that cojoined territory.. That was three years ago!
"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. Complete with ethnic cleansing and massive displacement that will see yet more movement towards Europe- As intended!"

 The Map to the left doesn't even begin to cover the territory now held by the PKK/YPG in Syria and Iraq. With US help they annexed even more territory then this early mapmaker had anticipated- The PKK/YPG along with their USrael benefactors now hold 30 percent of Syria's territory.

 Below I've highlighted Lavrov's statements so they cannot be missed!


United States is up to plunge into a dangerous game in Syria with idea of unified Kurdistan, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in an interview with RT France, Paris Match and Le Figaro.

"Neither the United State nor France nor other Western countries want to create conditions for the return of refugees on the territories that are controlled by Syria’s legitimate government until  a reliable political process is launches," the Russian Foreign Ministry quoted him as saying
Yet the US is willing to annex Syrian territory and join it with Iraqi territory without any reliable political process involving the legitimate government of Syria! Notice the double standards?

In the meantime, the United States is establishing power bodies in alternative to the Syrian legitimate authorities on a vast territory east of the Euphrates and is taking robust efforts to encourage the return of refugees there, Lavrov noted.

"The question is why it is not necessary to wait for the launch of a reliable political process on the Euphrates east bank that is controlled by the United States. There is only one answer to it - it is planned to establish a territory that would be a kind of a prototype of a new state. Or it will be another round of the most dangerous game with Iraqi Kurdistan, the idea of the so-called unified Kurdistan," he said.

"I don’t rule out the United States is seeking to keep the situation in that region that tense so that no one could calm down," the Russian top diplomat said. "It is much easier for them to fish what they want in such troubled waters. It has never done any good," he stressed.


  1. Hi Penny:

    As I have said many times on my blog, the only way that Syria can get the squatters to leave is for the legitimate landlord [Assad] to evict them. Assad needs to line his army up in front of the squatters and then give them notice to leave. If they have not left by the appointed time then he must attack. Throughout history that is always the way it has to happen...after all is said and done.

  2. It seems that what is going to work against the US achieving a blend of the two Kurdish regions across the north is that the Kurds in the one region don't have a common language/culture with the Kurds in the other region.

    If Syria were to gain control in the north, pushing out ISIS along with the US-corrupted Kurdish leadership, the remaining ordinary Kurds could become a sort of Quebec. They might at least have their own province, if not their own state. But God help the Iraqi Kurds for whom little would change under US domination of their leadership and the whole of Iraq.