American troops leaving the battleground, Syrian Army in a hurry to move in. Now there’s a chance for peace? Beware! Turkey is a NATO gang member, so defending your own country -and your other ally, the Kurds – against NATO could be seen as a hostile act. 😮
War = Profit! The killing must go on!
And here is what a really clever man thinks about the whole slowly unfolding glorious trainwreck:
Here’s what a not-so-clever Orca thinks: The USA in their neverending attempts to create unrest and war around the globe (sorry flatearthers, there seems to be he common believetaht our earth is indeed ball- or at least potato-shaped ) have created ISIS to a) get rid of Assad, b) get the pressure up on Russia. As we’ve seen now in the process, the plan backfired dramatically and their terrorist allies are doing their own thing and giving a fuk about America. So they even had to change the nomenclature which made “moderate rebel groups” out of former “terrorists” and enemies of the Western World, such Al-Qaeda.
And it still didn’t help. The Russians didn’t just join the fight against ISIS but became the leading force in helping the Syrian army. And that despite numerous little and bigger interferences by their American “allies”.
America loses friends and allies now very quickly. But on the other hand the military industrial complex rakes in the millions of Woolongs. And they couldn’t care less about Trump’s politics or if the USA wins or loses on the battlefield. As long as the money comes floating in their world is fine.
Long live America!
And does this look as if the Kurds are letting themselves led into the slaughterhouse by the USA?
“Servicemen of the US Armed Forces have abandoned their bases in the area of Dadat, northwest of Manbij, and Umm Miyal, leaving for the border between Syria and Iraq. Currently, Dadat and Umm Miyal are held by the Syrian government forces,” the statement read.
People of Manbij: “Yay, we wanna be ‘butchered’ by Assad! We’ve had enough of ‘freedom and democracy’!”
Ok, so much for Syria and the state of the world from today’s perspective. Weird eh, how all the big systematic fights are always fought in small countries of no consequence. In the end the whole war has founmd a whle new, different end game. Now it’s on Trump to let the Turks grab their three sandkorns from Syrian soil and kill the last surving Kurds, without repremanation, so Erdogan will maybe cancel the missile deal with Russia. See, in the end it’s all about business. 😦