Jim W. Dean – This is cute. Turkey has a huge Air Force and yet it seems it can’t supply air operation to cover it ground operation against al-Bab, with maybe even less than a brigade of IS jihadis there?
War in Syria
Jim W. Dean – I suspect more big terror attacks as an intimidation tactic of what could continue to happen if certain parties see the Syrian situation go against their desired outcome. They will not take it lying down.
If you want to know who is REALLY behind the latest terrorist outrage, always start with the question cui bono, “who gains?”
Putin should immediate declare and enforce a no-fly zone over Golan. Then he should give the Israeli squatters one week to evacuate.
Jim W. Dean – This was a good a slugfest opportunity as one gets for a Debate Show opponent, from a well-funded think tank group hardwired into the liberal establishment to provide bipartisanship to the NeoCon anti-Assad wing.
If an American or Israeli ambassador were gunned down at an art opening somewhere, anywhere, CNN wouldn’t write it up this way.
Jim W. Dean – My, my…this certainly came as a surprise. One would think the UN people would be smart enough not to want to show their faces in Aleppo after the PR terror war they inflicted on the people there.
Jim W. Dean – We are beginning to get video of the huge food hoards the jihadis had, but they starved the poor citizens just to create photo ops blaming Assad.
Jim W. Dean – The outrageous lies routinely thrown out at the UN by Ms. Power are a national embarrassment, but she alone is not to be blamed for following State Department policy, which is the President’s.
“The post 9/11 era was an era in which the now Zionist-dominated US was out to create a new American century” through waging wars of aggression and regime change operation all over the world.
” The plan for it was laid at the Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism (JCIT) in 1979…”
Jim W. Dean – With Russia and Iran being “friends” with Turkey, the political dynamics there can also undermine their own military efforts in terms of what is really going to be the end game for them security-wise with a defacto Balkanization of Syria.
US, British, French, Israeli and other energy interests could be prime beneficiaries of military operations in Iraq and Syria designed to rollback the power of the ‘Islamic State’ (ISIS) and, potentially, the Bashar al-Assad regime.
Jim W. Dean – Get your brained focused, as this is a challenging read, not because of his writing style, but for his taking us down into the belly of the Ottoman souk, where anything and everything is for sale.
Henry Kamens – The CIA’s “rendition” programme has turned into a cottage industry, out of the control of the CIA and the various national governments involved. An investigation by the UN suggests that the US has helped Turkey to arm Islamists.
This report from the 15th of June by Al-Masdar News shows that the Jihadis holding the enclave of Eastern Ghouta, just outside the capital Damascus, are growing ever more desperate as the Syrian forces pound them: Ghouta rebels attack Syrian Army with nerve gas Islamist militants used, yesterday, toxic gas to halt the Syrian Army’s […]
This is good news, a senior member of ISIS being killed is always good news. However, we don’t know who to congratulate as his death came in an airstrike that has been attributed to the ‘international coalition’.
Jim W. Dean – This Alice in Wonderland scenario of a Syrian ceasefire continues to roll on, where the US is seeking to undermine it to get Assad out of power before the next elections are held.
The Syrian army and popular forces captured a number of terrorists in the Eastern parts of Sweida province who were transporting Israeli-made ammunition to the ISIS and Al-Nusra forces.
Jim W. Dean – This is quite a propaganda coup as the jihadis took a video team along to capture the action. It is a perfect example of what the US has been using the ceasefire for, to rearm and resupply the opposition and jihaddis to retake the initiative.
Stepping up the ante in the battle against ISIS, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has now advanced a total of 60 kilometers on the western Raqqa front, thus striking deep inside ISIS heartland. The Syrian army forces backed by their allied forces have established control over the strategic crossroads at Sfaiyeh leading to the northern city […]
Several tons of explosives have been discovered in a captured Daesh stash 3Km North-east of Fallujah. The bags are branded as ‘Refined Sugar’ from Dubai and shipped via Turkey to Iraq: Yet again we are presented with solid evidence to prove that Turkey is supporting IS directly with financial and material backing from the Saudis and […]
It is becoming ever more obvious to people around the world that Turkey is largely responsible for the continuing war in Syria – I won’t call it a civil war as it is plainly not that, rather something far more complex and multi-layered with international players directly involved.
I think we can file this one in the ‘about bloody time’ folder where we put all those things that should have been done long ago.
Earlier this week the Turkish Foreign Minister would resign if any evidence linking Turkey with support for Islamic State was forthcoming. Here you have that evidence.
Erdogan seems hell-bent on overtaking Netanyahu as the greatest liar of modern times. Turkey knows exactly who is supplying the terrorists and what they are supplying because Turkey is deeply involved in supporting and supplying said terrorists and the arms and supplies pass through Turkey on their way to the head choppers.
Today I also reported on the supplying of advanced missiles and other weapons to the bad guys in the Syrian conflict by the Saudis and their gulf allies, weapons sold to them by the US and Europe.
Informed sources revealed that certain Persian Gulf Arab states which are customers of the western arms plan to supply the militants in Syria with state-of-the-art missiles.
Syrian intelligence forces say that they have captured a haul of medical supplies near Aleppo that came from Turkey and was destined for Daesh terrorists in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
ISIS militants have been able to cut the road between Homs and Palmyra and disrupt supply routes used by the government forces.