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ISIS update 9/02/2016..Putin says Russia and US close to breakthrough deal on Syria

Friday, September 2, 2016 11:18
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Syrian War Report – September 2, 2016: Heavy Clashes in Northern Hama

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US-NATO-Turkey Invasion of Northern Syria

CIA “Failed” Turkey Coup Lays Groundwork for Broader Middle East War?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

…………The invasion is not directed against Daesh (ISIS) which is protected by Ankara, it is geared towards fighting SAA forces as well as Kurdish YPG forces, which are “officially” supported by the US. The US supported ISIS-Daesh and Al Qaeda affiliated rebels are working hand in glove with the Turkish invaders.

The invasion is also part of a longstanding project by Turkey of creating a “safe-haven” within Northern Syria (see map above) which can be used to extend US-NATO-Turkey military operations Southwards into Syria’s heartland.

Washington has warned its Kurdish allies not to confront Turkish forces:

Biden said the Kurds, who Turkey claims intend to establish a separate state along a border corridor in conjunction with Turkey’s own Kurdish population, “cannot, will not, and under no circumstances will get American support if they do not keep” what he said was a commitment to return to the east.

Washington will no doubt eventually clash with Ankara with regard to Turkey’s project of territorial expansion in Northern Syria. Washington’s longstanding objective is to create a Kurdish State in Northern Syria, within the framework of a territorial breakup of both Syria and Iraq. (see US National War Academy map below). In a bitter irony, this “New Middle East” project also consists in annexing part of Turkey to the proposed Kurdish State. In other words, Turkey’s New Ottoman objective of territorial expansion encroaches upon Washington’s design to fragment Iraq, Syria, Iran as well as Turkey. In other words, America’s ultimate imperial design is to weaken Turkey as a regional power.

The Pentagon has defined a military roadmap: “The road to Tehran goes through Damascus.” The invasion of Northern Syria creates conditions for a broader war.

Moreover, on the US agenda is a longstanding objective, namely to wage war on Iran. In this regard, US military strategy largely consists in creating conditions for America’s staunchest allies (Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Israel) to confront Iran, and act indirectly on behalf of US interests. i.e. “do the job for us”.

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………Do all the above-mentioned parties want to calm Syria down so that full attention can be given to the pending Mosul battle? And by that I mean making sure that thousands of hard-core jihadi terrorists cannot escape (nor be allowed to) so they can redeploy to a newly assigned jihad.

Both Iraq and Syria have routinely allowed escape routes to be left open for jihadis to retreat out of concern for incurring more deaths among their own troops in a “fight to the death” brutal street combat.

But I hope someone is paying attention that allowing the monsters in Mosul to just exit the city after the carnage they have inflicted would be a huge injustice to all their past and future victims.

As I get older, I get tired of watching what is often called a military success, when it is actually a passing of a big problem onto someone else’s plate. This is even worse with the terrorism game, as you are letting highly trained terrorists, including their leaders, be thrown to the wind to multiply like a virus.

Color me suspicious if I don’t feel that such “mistakes” are often made on purpose, where certain Intel agencies are getting their key terror proxies out of a battle so they can be the nucleus for the next one down the road.

Despite all of these questions and fears, we pray that the long suffering people of Syria and Iraq will see an end to their torment that is not the comfort of the grave.

Jim W. Dean

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