Well now – it looks like the Trump Administration for once seems to be holding back from their push to be the third term of George W. Bush.
I’m still skeptical, though, as I know that all it often takes to sway Trump is a call from Bibi Netanyahu, a conference with Jared The Jew, or some tears from Ivanka.
One special “briefing,” and we could see Tillerson’s decision brushed aside in favor of our gallant Leftist allies in the Middle East.
The US told Ankara it will not deliver any more weapons to the Syrian Kurdish PYD/YPG fighters, Turkish media report. The news comes as the Turkish operation ‘Olive Branch’ in northern Syria has entered its eighth day.
Turkish Presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin and US National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster held a phone call on Friday evening, Anadolu news agency said. McMaster confirmed that Washington would no longer provide weapons to fighters of the Kurdish People’s Protection units (YPG) and the Democratic Union Party (PYD).
The military operation launched by Turkey in and around Afrin follows Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s promise to “strangle” the new Border Security Force (BSF) in Syria. Earlier in January the US-led coalition announced that it would help create the 30,000-strong BSF, half of which would be comprised of the Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) alliance.
Turkey was angered by the fact that the major force behind the SDF is the Kurdish People’s Protection units (YPG), linked to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) which is designated as terrorist by Turkey.
Shortly after the operation in Afrin was launched, Erdogan turned on Ankara’s allies, insinuating that the US in particular was providing massive military support to Kurdish YPG in Syria. “Now, apart from 5,000 trucks, there are weapons and ammunition from around 2,000 planes.” the Turkish leader said.
During the week-long operation in northern Syria, Turkey has repeatedly urged the US to stop arming Kurdish militias. “Those who support the terrorist organization will become a target in this battle,” Turkish deputy prime minister Bekir Bozdag said on Thursday. “The United States needs to review its soldiers and elements giving support to terrorists on the ground in a way to avoid a confrontation with Turkey.”
Over the years, I’ve literally come across dozens of different maps and blueprints depicting how the Jews and Neocons wish to remake the Middle East.
Each one differs from the others in minor ways, except in one key aspect – a Kurdish state running through western Turkey, northern Syria, Iraq, and parts of Iran.
Many of these think-tanks claim to be pushing a type of racial freedom for the Kurds, but in reality, the purpose of this independent Kurdistan would be to shatter the cohesion of the Shiite belt that has long proven to be a huge nuisance to the Jews – this would enable the Israelis to target groups like Hezbollah at their leisure.
And as you can see from the top image of this article, we’re not exactly dealing with true ethno-nationalists here – these are Communist vermin that routinely liaison with European Antifa.
A defeat for these forces would make the world a slightly better place, that’s for sure.