Intel Drop: Some nasty truths about the Erdogan, Trump, Putin axis

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…by Gordon Duff with Nahed al Husaini and sources in Damascus, Moscow and elsewhere

– First published … October 10, 2019

While Erdogan just moved into Syria illegally with full support of Trump, the US just released and transferred ISIS commanders who “surrendered” to the Kurds from their prisons (really training camps and family compounds) in Hasakah and north of Raqaa.

We watched this.  We have dozens of people on the ground there with both the Arab and Kurdish fighters who regularly report to VT in Damascus, sources for years.

These ISIS leaders, saved more than once by Trump’s helicopters, are now leading an organization known as the Syrian National Army, the new iteration of ISIS now directly partnered with the Turkish Army but also aided by the United States, or at least the Trump regime.

Russia has remained silent.  One of two reasons explains this:

  • Putin has been bought off, has been part of it from the beginning or Russia is so economically damaged that his arms and pipeline deals with Turkey matter more than his obligations to his own military and his Damascus allies or
  • Putin is now building a bridge across the Euphrates at Deir Ezzor (city) that will split Kurdish seized territory and begin returning needed oil and gas fields back to Syria.  He may be depending on Erdogan’s pressure on the Kurds to leverage the Kurds toward Damascus with the end result weakened Kurds, economically strengthened Damascus and an offset against recent unsound policies of Israel, even crazier than usual.

We are in continual contact with Russian field commanders in Syria and asking them serious questions.

Putin has no obligation to the Kurds. They have been maneuvered by the US and Israel and have done some very stupid things.  They fought a piss poor war against ISIS, far more “defending” than fighting.

Most of the war was totally fake.

Few if any ISIS personnel died, most were simply moved from place to place in mock battles while the Kurds took part in plots against Baghdad, Damascus and leveraged Ankara on behalf of Tel Aviv and their puppet, Donald Trump.

This is the best analysis you will get, real world stuff, the kind we send to military and intelligence commanders as part of our reporting, letting them know we are onto their games.



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8 COMMENTS

  1. Northern Syria is now like Black hole of world powers to come and end up there empires.
    And any affect of recent developments in Kushner peace plan and plan to build greater Israel b/w Nile and Euphrates?

    • Turkey may end up playin too many parties and focus too much on south of border which can leave them open in north for war with Greeks.

  2. Sibel Edmonds, a lady Turk, once said that throwing Kurds under the bus and gassing them was a Middle Eastern standard political procedure. Since they don’t have an official country, protesting wouldn’t be very effective. To become an official player, Trump had to take his turn.

    • Gassing the Kurds was Rumsfeld’s forté which didn’t stop with the Kurds. Iranians still have a memory of losing hundreds of thousands of fighters during the 80s, complaining to the world about it, abstaining to reciprocate the same way, but no one listened.
      Otherwise the Kurds of Iran live in complete harmony in their homeland.

  3. To me it seems more like Erdogan – Assad axis. Syrians seems to have no problem with foreign power invading their sovereign Country, but every Syrian writer seems to have a big problem with Kurds. It’s amazing how a bunch of sheep herders, Kurds, has been able to make the whole Islamic World a total mess, or that’s what I’ve been reading.

    Farmers don’t like sheep herders, but they love sheep roast, sheep herders don’t like farmers, but they eat donuts more than any average American cop.

  4. In light of the second last paragraph of this article, I have to ask, are any VT protestations against the Orange Clown (of unparalleled wisdom) for his dereliction, in leaving “our allies” the Kurds out to hang, for real?
    I swear, there’s a supercomputer linked between Langley and Foggy Bottom, whose only function is to create continuous twists and turns of plot in the Middle East, designed to confuse and confound the American people, and the world at large.

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