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(07-20-2017 03:23 PM)Megatherium Wrote: [ -> ]Come back to the forum friend. You have been vindicated.

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(07-20-2017 03:46 PM)Megatherium Wrote: [ -> ][Image: yvqwbYP.jpg]

Salieri hates neocons?
This is good shit. If they continue funding Terrorism in that region, the Media can use it as ammunition against Trump.
(07-21-2017 03:24 AM)CTsar Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-20-2017 03:46 PM)Megatherium Wrote: [ -> ][Image: yvqwbYP.jpg]

Salieri hates neocons?

Salieri is happy that peace may finally be on the horizon in his ancestral homeland.

*and he likely does hate neocons by now even if he didn't before. How could he not.
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Ending this program pissed McCain and Lindsey Graham off so thats a small victory.
Maybe he'll end the Cia period.
Trump shut down the CIA's covert arming of wahhabi militias (a good thing), deciding instead to arm the Kurds (a bad thing).

Tensions soar between Syrian Kurds and Christians
(07-24-2017 05:26 AM)jho Wrote: [ -> ]Trump shut down the CIA's covert arming of wahhabi militias (a good thing), deciding instead to arm the Kurds (a bad thing).

Tensions soar between Syrian Kurds and Christians

Yep. They're going to put everything into propping up the Kurds in Syria and Iraq now, and of course the Kurds have displaced the Christians in Iraq and Syria to get their footholds in both countries acting as henchmen for invading empires. This time the invading empire is the USA. This makes US policy in the region anti Christian. Big surprise. It's pretty outrageous, the Kurds came to Syria as refugees just 80 years ago and now they're attempting to form a state on stolen Christian land with US backing.
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A large demonstration was held yesterday in the Assyrian town of Alqosh, situated in Iraq's Nineveh Plains, to protest the ouster of the Assyrian mayor, Fayez Abed Jawahreh, who was voted into office in 2014. Mayor Jawahreh has faced several Kurdish-led attempts to unseat him. The decision to depose him was taken on July 16 by Bashar Al Kekee, the head of the Nineveh Province Council and a member of the Kurdish KDP party, led by president Massoud Barzani. Alqosh will now be administered by a Kurd, Adel Amin Omar, who is a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party.
Al Kekee accused Jawahreh of corruption and misusing the public office but did not present any evidence to support his claim. Furthermore, he took the decision without consulting the rest of the provincial council, according to sources on the ground. The decision has been appealed to a federal Iraqi judge on the basis of violation of council procedures.

Many see the move as part of a Kurdish plan to include areas outside of the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) in the independence referendum announced by Kurdish president Massoud Barzani, scheduled for September 25. The district of Alqosh borders the Kurdish region but is under the jurisdiction of the central government of Iraq. Most of its inhabitants are Assyrians, with a smaller percentage of Yazidis. The district forms the northern part of the wider Nineveh Plains region, which Kurdish leaders openly seek to annex to the the Kurdish region.


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Fayez Abed Jawahreh, the Assyrian mayor of Alqosh, north Iraq, was illegally removed from his post by the Kurdish Regional Government.

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Assyrians outside the Kurdish Regional Government office in Stockholm protest the removal of the Assyrian mayor of Alqosh, North Iraq.

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Assyrians in Alqosh demonstrate against the removal of the Assyrian mayor by the Kurdish Regional Government

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Assyrians in Alqosh demonstrate against the removal of the Assyrian mayor by the Kurdish Regional Government

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Assyrians in Alqosh demonstrate against the removal of the Assyrian mayor by the Kurdish Regional Government.


http://www.aina.org/news/20170721144351.htm
This is a big deal. It shows Trump has admitted the obvious and made the partial right decision. Arming the Kurds isn't great, but it shows Trumps willingness to work with other parties, namely Russia. Emmanuel Macron said just the other day regime change in Syria is no longer on the table. The Putin Trump meeting at G20 must have been amazing. We saw a real ceasefire, regime change abandoned, now we are no longer arming the opposition.

The United States has lost the middle east, and they have not got the message.

China and Russia are going to make big bucks rebuilding Syria.

Reminds me of trying to squeeze a bar of soap. The harder you try, the more it slips.

It's likely Trump just read the writing on the wall.

Trump gives Syria to Putin, and now Putin gives us the go ahead and take out Kim Jung Un. That was the tradeoff.

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US to stop arming Syrian Kurds

https://www.rt.com/news/417158-syria-tur...ing-kurds/

The US told Ankara it will not deliver any more weapons to the Syrian Kurdish PYD/YPG fighters, Turkish media report. The news comes as the Turkish operation ‘Olive Branch’ in northern Syria has entered its eighth day.
Turkish Presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin and US National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster held a phone call on Friday evening, Anadolu news agency said. McMaster confirmed that Washington would no longer provide weapons to fighters of the Kurdish People’s Protection units (YPG) and the Democratic Union Party (PYD).
(01-28-2018 12:36 PM)CTsar Wrote: [ -> ]US to stop arming Syrian Kurds

https://www.rt.com/news/417158-syria-tur...ing-kurds/

The US told Ankara it will not deliver any more weapons to the Syrian Kurdish PYD/YPG fighters, Turkish media report. The news comes as the Turkish operation ‘Olive Branch’ in northern Syria has entered its eighth day.
Turkish Presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin and US National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster held a phone call on Friday evening, Anadolu news agency said. McMaster confirmed that Washington would no longer provide weapons to fighters of the Kurdish People’s Protection units (YPG) and the Democratic Union Party (PYD).

This is great news. Let's hope it extends to the Syrian Mesopotamian region east of the Euphrates as well. The Kurds are no more legitimate there than they are in Afrin.

Haha. The Kurds are useful henchmen....until they aren't anymore!
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