I’ve learned during the last year that there is usually a huge difference between what the Trump Administration says/promises, and what it actually does on the ground.
And here are three examples (for the sake of keeping this article under 10,000 words) for those who might be skeptical:
- We were told that amnesty would never be a part of Donald’s Presidency, but yet there are currently DACA negotiations occurring that do nothing except promise residency and pathways to citizenship.
- We were told that relations with Russia would improve dramatically, but yet we’re still accusing Vladimir Putin of personally gassing exactly six million Syrian babies.
- We promised the world at least twice that we would stop trying to wreck the Shiite Belt by arming and aiding Communist Kurdish groups, but yet the Turks have now busted our soldiers dressed in Kurd army uniforms all across Northwestern Syria.
Now, maybe I’m just an evil Isolationist Democrat Party plant (I think I got the cuck lingo at least semi-right), but I never interpreted #MAGA to mean weird special ops missions among literal scum that routinely liaison with Antifa.
US troops fighting alongside Syrian Kurdish militias in the same uniform may be targeted by the Turkish army due to the difficulty of distinguishing them in the heat of battle, Turkey’s Deputy PM has warned.
The unambiguous warning comes at a time when Turkish troops are making further advances into the Kurdish-held Syrian province of Afrin as part of ‘Operation Olive Branch’. Previously, Ankara complained that the American troops’ embedding with Kurdish militias – regarded as terrorists in Turkey – is unacceptable for the US-Turkish alliance.
Speaking to CNN Turk on Sunday, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag said if US troops wear “terrorists’ clothes” and find themselves among “terrorists” of the Kurdish YPG forces attacking the Turkish troops, “there is no chance that we [will] make a distinction at this point.”
He stressed that any person bearing weapons and fighting alongside the Kurds “is our target.” However, Bozdag added neither side wants open confrontation. Ankara has made it clear that US troops present in the area should stay away from where the Turks operate, and should not assist their Kurdish allies, he said.
“We are clearly saying that we do not want to confront our ally, the United States. I am sure that they do not want to face Turkey and Turkish armed forces,” Bozdag stated.
There have been numerous reports suggesting US Special Forces (SOF) teams use the insignia of Kurdish paramilitary groups. In May last year, an AFP photographer made a number of images showing armed men in uniform – identified by Syrian rebels as US SOF operators – in a pickup truck equipped with an Mk 19 grenade launcher.
The soldiers, sporting top-notch weapons and body armor, were wearing YPG badges. At the time, the Pentagon said “insignias and other identifying marks with their partner forces” were being worn in order to “blend in with the community.”
No, no, Goyim.
That proud-looking Negro right there is just the way he is because of a light distortion – it’s really nothing more than a Kurd with a serious suntan issue.
There’s footage of White ones too.