Breaking: Trump and Erdogan Begin Deep State Slaughter of America’s Kurdish Allies (live video)



The deal cut, and we suspect for cash to a Trump legal slush fund, allowing the slaughter of America’s Kurdish allies and the return of ISIS to Syria aided by Israel, is moving forward today.  Worse still, the Russian website “Sputnik News” calls the Saudi paid mercenaries with him, all ISIS members, the “Syrian National Army,” see quote:

“Earlier on Wednesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the start of a military operation in northeastern Syria. He said the operation is aimed against the Kurdistan Workers’ Party and Daesh* and is meant to protect Syria’s territorial integrity.

The Turkish state-run Anadolu news agency has uploaded a video of airstrikes launched by the Turkish armed forces together with the Syrian National Army against the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), the People’s Protection Units (YPG) and the Daesh* terrorist group. “

This Russian propaganda is an insult to the sacrifice of the real Syrian Arab Army that defeated ISIS.  Of course Russia got billions selling Turkey an S400 missile system so a little lying between friends is allowable.

When Erdogan supplied the White Helmets with Sarin gas to use of Syrian civilians, Russia kept his name out of that as well.  This is getting to be a habit.

Russia Today: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has launched an operation against Kurdish-led militias in northeastern Syria. Ankara sees the Kurdish militias as terrorists and argues an offensive is needed to bring “peace” to the region.

The operation targets not only Kurdish-led militias, that Ankara believes to be affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group which is outlawed in Turkey, but also Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) terrorists, according to Erdogan.

Syria Reacts to Start of Turkish Military Operation

Syria’s state TV has confirmed that the Turkish army launched an operation in the country’s north by carrying out an airstrike on the city of Ras al-Ain. According to a statement by the Syrian Democratic Forces’ press service, Turkish warplanes launched airstrikes on civilian areas, causing panic among the local population.

According to Turkey’s NTV news channel, two mortar shells hit the border town of Ceylanpinar, no casualties have been reported.

A Turkish n armored vehicles patrol as they conduct a joint ground patrol with American forces in the so-called safe zone on the Syrian side of the border with Turkey, near the town of Tal Abyad, northeastern Syria, Friday, Oct.4, 2019

A Turkish n armored vehicles patrol as they conduct a joint ground patrol with American forces in the so-called “safe zone” on the Syrian side of the border with Turkey, near the town of Tal Abyad, northeastern Syria, Friday, Oct.4, 2019

Erdogan Talks to Putin

Earlier on Wednesday, Russian and Turkish presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan talked on the phone and noted the importance of ensuring the unity and territorial integrity of Syria and respect for its sovereignty, the Kremlin said.

According to the deputy chairman of the Russian upper house’s foreign affairs committee, Vladimir Dzhabarov, Russia will stay out of the conflict between Turkey and Syria.

“Russia will definitely not get involved, this is not our conflict. Russian Armed Forces are not in Syria for this purpose, their aim is to help free Syria from international terrorism,” the lawmaker said, adding that the Russian troops were in another part of the country, away from where Turkey’s operation was happening.

Turkey-US Plans of Creating ‘Safe Zone’ in Syria

Ankara and Washington have long been in talks over the creation of a “safe zone” in northern Syria but in September Turkey said that the US was stalling the process and said that it would establish the zone on its own if needed.

Earlier this month, Turkey announced that it would launch a military operation in northeastern Syria to oust Kurdish militants from the area and establish a “safe zone” in the region to accommodate Syrian refugees there. The US said it would never endorse the Turkish operation and would pull out its troops from the Kurdish-held territory.

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan


  1. Looks like the US/Turkish plan is going as planned. Soon Turkey will have the northern tier across Syria that the axis of evil has been trying to acquire. That this leaves the US to fortify and continue to inhabit the oil regions is as planned as well. Where will this oil continue to go? The Kurds are free to stay there with their US allies. Erdo and Trump have their public spat going well and few suspect the truth. All one has to do to see the truth is remember what the goal was from the very first and look at the situation now. Mostly, the outcome depends on Iraq and whether they can evict the US. If not, ridding Syria of Turkey and the US will be a long time in coming. How strange that as the revolt against US forces in Iraq gets rolling, all of a sudden there is massive unrest, rioting and bloodshed. Will people in this world ever learn? Iraq needs to adopt the Iranian tactic of actually hanging their traitors.

  2. One possibility is simply that the plan just went wrong, and the promised lands have in fact stayed beyond promise. The prospect was to carve up various countries permanently, but last time I looked they are still there, and the Kurds are in the only remaining “vacated” spot. And that spot isn’t going to last very long…

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