Saturday, November 22, 2014

Wake up call: U.S. and Turkey to continue supporting terrorists

© RIA Novosti. Andrei Stenin
Moderate rebels: destroying Syria on behalf of the
Almighty Faultless Exemplar of Perfection and
All Things Good, the United States of America.
SOTT | Nov 22, 2014 | Harrison Koehli

As if it weren't enough that the U.S. government (along with fellow reprobate countries Canada and Ukraine) voted against a UN resolution that essentially said fascism is bad, now Washington has stated their intention to continue working with Turkey to provide support to their terrorist proxies in Syria, which is ostensibly "battling" the Islamic State there. Sputnik reports:
Washington will continue to cooperate with Ankara on providing support to "moderate opposition" in Syria, which is battling Islamic State (IS) extremists, the White House said in a statement following a meeting between US Vice President Joe Biden and Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.

"The two leaders agreed on the need to degrade and defeat ISIL, to work towards a political transition in Syria, and provide support for the Iraqi Security Forces and the moderate Syrian opposition," the statement, released Friday, said.

According to the White House, Biden and Davutoglu discussed "the fight against ISIL in Iraq and Syria" during their Friday meeting in Ankara, which followed the US Vice President's visit to Ukraine.
Of course, by "battling", Washington actually means colluding with, jumping camps to, being defeated by, and 'surrendering' to IS. Of course, none of this - the U.S. supporting Nazis and terrorists - is really a surprise. As a editor wrote in a comment to Riley Waggaman's recent piece for Russia Insider, 'Ukrainian Nazis Seem Nice': For the last 2 or 3 generations, the leaders of the West (led by the Late, Great United States) have been closet fascists. First they brought over the cream of the Nazi crop during Project Paperclip, and it's been all downhill since then. But at least they had the decency to keep their anti-human, pathocratic proclivities at least partially concealed. Now they're openly supporting neo-Nazis in Ukraine and voting against resolutions condemning Nazism.

As for Syria, Patrick Henningsen wrote back in September:
The problem with the 'Moderate Rebels' is that Washington has never been able to identify who's moderate and who's borderline radical, and who are closet Islamic extremists. Rather inconvenient for spooks and politicians in Washington, rebel fighters in Syria don't carry I.D. bracelets indicating how extreme they are or will be in the future.

It is this very problem which helped to enable the growth of ISIS inside Syria over the last three years. As foreign money, guns and NON-SYRIAN foreign fighters began to flow into Syria, the US and its allies turned a blind eye to a host of known terrorist groups and their heinous acts, as they infested the region from outside (including hundreds of British, French, and American terror recruits), including al Qaeda, AQI, al Nusra, Front Victory, and of course, ISIS.

Like it or not, that is what has happened over the last three years. The logic in Washington and London was basically, "whoever is fighting the Syrian government is OK by us. We want regime change, so the end justifies the means".

Yes, US and NATO guns and equipment have moved from FSA hands to ISIS hands, and US special forces have knowingly or unknowingly (only they know) trained and armed future ISIS terrorists in Jordan. That's not a theory, that's a fact. Still, no comment from Washington.

Here's the real kicker. Even today, as the FSA/Moderate Rebels being backed by the US - they are also working together in joint operations with ISIS. Beirut's Daily Star reported this week:
"Often at odds on the Syrian battlefields, the FSA, Nusra Front and ISIS have entered a tenuous allegiance of convenience to fight Assad-aligned forces in the badlands surrounding Arsal.
"We are collaborating with the Islamic State and the Nusra Front by attacking the Syrian Army's gatherings in ... Qalamoun," said Bassel Idriss, the commander of an FSA-aligned rebel brigade.
"We have reached a point where we have to collaborate with anyone against unfairness and injustice," confirmed Abu Khaled, another FSA commander who lives in Arsal."
... Of course, even a Middle East novice knows full well that that in addition to all the residual aid and arms from Washington and the CIA, terror brigades like al Nusra and ISIS wave been financed and assisted by persons and intelligence agents in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Kuwait - all staunch US and British allies. ISIS would be history in a fortnight if the west applied real pressure on the Gulf monarchies responsible for terrorist infestations like the Islamic State and al Nusra. But that will never happen, because as any State Department official will tell you off the record, "It's a very sensitive issue. There are grey areas there." I think 'duplicitous' is the word they are really looking for.
Henningsen is overly generous. These bastards know exactly what they're doing. And they've been doing it for years. If you're in the mood to be totally disgusted at the barbarity the U.S. regularly supports, make sure to watch The Syrian Diary documentary: Who is responsible for turning a paradise into hell? In fact, watch it even if you're not in the mood. If you're going to immunize yourself against the endless, blatant, corrupted lies of the U.S. regime of psychopathic butchers and their sycophantic stenography department, aka the mainstream media, you need to see what's really going on, in all its horror. And while you're at it, subscribe to YouTube channels like Kazzura and Anti-Maidan, which regularly post videos from on the ground in east Ukraine. They show what's really going on, not the white-washed swill you'll find in the New York Times and on CNN, Fox, the BBC, etc.

So, the next time you hear some idiot resembling David Cameron call Putin the next Hitler, remember who the real fascists are.

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