6 COMMENTS

  1. OBAMA TO STEP UP FAKE TRAINING OF REBELS

    Obama’s earlier betrayal enabled all horrific crimes since in Syria. Has he wised up? No. Never foget that this is the same Putin-mesmerized fool who recently sought a USA-Assad regime alliance. The training would be “just enough” to keep the rebels alive and prolong the war. Obama calls this his “stalemate” strategy” and it is intentionally designed to dovetail with Putin’s “Chechnya strategy” (you maximize civilian suffering so as to force rebels to the table).

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/cia-ramping-up-covert-training-program-for-moderate-syrian-rebels/2013/10/02/a0bba084-2af6-11e3-8ade-a1f23cda135e_story.html

    Having spent his last three years discrediting the moderates and facilitating extremism, Obama’s coup de grace would force moderates to attend a fake peace conference set up three men (Obama, Kerry and Putin) justifiably hated and mistrusted by Syrians.
    To only way rebels can regain respect is by publicly telling Obama to shove his training and “peace” conference where the sun doesn’t shine.

    Obama hasn’t learned a thing from the crimes of the last three months or the current rebel-ISIS fight is incredible. When his Geneva scheme flops he’ll encourage an additional dose of Chechnya strategy, suggest a peace confernce and–if he can pull it off–insist on a Nobel Peace Prize for himself.

    In Syria Obama can never stoop low enough.

  2. Update #1: BREAKING MAJOR DEVELOPMENT!!!

    WHAT IS TURKEY UP TO AS IT SENDS MASSIVE REINFORCEMENTS TO BORDER WITH SYRIA?

    http://yallasouriya.wordpress.com/2014/01/15/tsyria-turkish-army-deploys-massive-reinforcements-to-suruc/

    The photo shows a huge line of tanks arriving. Are the Turks about to assist the rebels in their battle with a Al-Queda linked ISIS? The latter is is a major potential threat against Turkish national security which gives Turkey the right to act—especially if Al Queda controls any position across the border.

    Any Turkish attack on ISIS would have serious, possibly game-changing impact, in the north because it would counterbalance the regime’s assistance to Al Queda-linked ISIS and vice versa. If Turkey does act and providing attacks are limited to ISIS, the regime can only protest since it cannot afford a fight with Turkey while outnumbered by the rebels. All it can do is protest and doing so will only cement growing worldwide awareness of the Al Queda/regime alliance.

    An alternate possibility is that these forces are intended to attack Kurds, which is less desirable but ok by me providing the targets are confined only to pro-Assad Kurds.

    The above is part of my Syrian Roundup today at the usual location:

    http://iranian.com/FG3049

    • The photo posted of the turkish convoy to me it seems an old picture……..its mid january and everybody is in t-shirts and shirts ??!!

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