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Monday, February 23, 2015

Turkish Forces Attack Syrian Troops

Lies piled on top of lies

  • The Middle East has always been a pit of snakes.  This weekend we saw the Turkish Army invade northern Syria supposedly on a "rescue" mission.  Hell, things are so fucked up the cover story might even be true.
  • Below is a Left-Wing Blog post about the CIA, Obama and our Islamist "allies".  True Leftists (like true Conservatives) do not believe the lies out of Washington about the Middle East wars.  We saw the US and our Islamist allies pump Syria full of weapons and then we expressed shock that those weapons were used.  100% Bullshit.

(From The People's Voice)  -  Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government partners with Obama's dirty war on Syria. CIA and US Special Forces arm and train IS terrorists in Turkish territory together with its military.

A Thursday agreed on deal affirms what's been ongoing all along covertly. Once readied for combat, death squad extremists head cross border to wage war on Assad.

For nearly four years, Obama waged proxy war to oust him - complicit with Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, other Gulf States, Jordan, Britain, and France.

In January, Pentagon sources confirmed deploying hundreds more US special forces and support personnel to train thousands of anti-Assad fighters - IS, Al Qaeda, Nusra Front and other terrorists called "moderates."

Former US ambassador to Syria Robert Ford admits moderates don't exist in numbers and motivation enough to matter. Claims otherwise are Big Lies.

On February 18, McClathy publications headlined "Once a top booster, ex-US envoy no longer backs arming Syrian rebels."

Saying they're jihadists. Extremist groups hold most areas outside government control. Ford calls Obama's Syrian policy "a huge failure…singularly unsuccessful."

The tomb, around 37 kilometers from the Turkish border,
is regarded as Turkish territory by international agreements
and was protected by around 40 soldiers.

"It is impossible to field an effective opposition when no one even agrees on who or what is the enemy…(W)alk away and say there's nothing we can do about Syria."

Last year, ALMONITOR reported wiretap evidence revealing Turkish troops attacking Syrian forces.

Evidence shows Ankara supplies IS and other extremist anti-Assad groups with weapons, munitions and artillery support.

"(W)iretap transcripts reveal that the opposition forces at Kassab inform people in Turkey of the coordinates of Syrian army positions around Kassab, and then Turkey shells those locations," said ALMONITOR.

Turkish forces shot down at least one Syrian warplane. Ankara's Foreign Ministry consistently lies claiming no Turkish involvement in "supporting the opposition forces by allowing them to use Turkish territory or in any other way." against Assad.

"Wiretaps tell a different story," said ALMONITOR. Showing Turkey directly supports extremist anti-Assad elements.

On February 19, Alakhbar headlined "Turkey Attempting to Thwart Syrian Army Operation in the Aleppo Countryside."

Ankara "involved itself in the battle raging in Aleppo's northern countryside." Heavy fighting continues. Turkey supports anti-Assad groups.

Transfers their fighters, weapons and munitions from Turkish territory to Aleppo. "Ankara opened the border to (anti-Assad fighters) and supplied them with what they need to preempt a new military reality in the area…"

US-supported IS and other extremist groups can't defeat Assad on their own. Or with US bombing short of heavily targeting Damascus, other government held areas and Syrian military positions.

War could continue for years. Tens of thousands more could die. Perhaps millions more uprooted. Nearly half of Syria's population is displaced.

Read more at The Peoples Voice.org

Turkish Troops Invade
Turkish forces entered Syria on Saturday to stage a rescue – of the thousand-year-old remains of Suleyman Shah, the grandfather of the man who would found the Ottoman Empire..
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Sunday that all 38 Turkish soldiers who had been guarding the tomb were brought home safely in the mission that involved hundreds of tanks and armored vehicles.(Haaretz.com)

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