If the lowlife scumbag Obama had any integrity whatsoever he would return his Nobel Peace Prize. He did not deserve it when he received it, and he certainly does not deserve it now.
"We expected him to say: I will strive for the independence and unity of the Kurdish nation. This nation must take its place under the sun in the Middle East. The Kurdish nation is torn apart, tormented, and persecuted, and is colonized by everyone. He should have supported it, instead of supporting the collaborators, while sacrificing the future of the Kurdish nation. This is "change."" - The honourable servant, Muammar Gaddafi.
U.S. airstrikes in Syria are essentially worthless. They are not the reason why the YPG has been winning against ISIS. Although that's what Assad loyalists, Turkish Islamists, ISIS, and so many others like to believe because they don't want to recognize the military strength of the YPG.
Kobane was liberated not because of U.S. airstrikes but because the YPG fought more bravely and fiercely than the cowards of ISIS who are only good at terrorizing civilians and killing prisoners of war.
The YPG made the critical political mistake of accepting limited U.S. help.
What good has it done them?
What the Kurds in Syria need is not limited U.S. airstrikes that make little to no difference on the ground, but U.S. political and moral support, and that will never come. It will never come and nor should it be asked for.
One of the biggest negative effects of accepting limited U.S. help is that it adds superficial merit to the accusation by stupid Muslims that the West is using the Kurds to create a second Israel to divide up sacrosanct Muslim nations. As if the Kurds, like the Jews, are not an indigenous part of the Middle East who deserve to have their own country with their own laws and customs, just like everyone else.
The U.S. has done great harm to the Kurdish cause in Syria and the rest of the Middle East. Instead of pretending to side with the Kurds only to stab them in the back when their support is really needed U.S. leaders should totally dissociate themselves from the Kurds and leave the region. Their own broken country needs fixing.