August 28, 2016

NATO And Turkey Demolish Villages In North Syria, Will Set Up Refugee Camps On Seized Land To Protect And Produce More ISIS Terrorists

"In its attempt to carry out its purpose to resolve the Armenian question by the destruction of the Armenian race, the Turkish government has refused to be deterred neither by our representations, nor by those of the American Embassy, nor by the delegate of the Pope, nor by the threats of the Allied Powers, nor in deference to the public opinion of the West representing one-half of the world." - Count Paul Wolff Metternich, Germany's ambassador to the Ottoman Empire in 1915.

If Turkey and NATO have their way then Syria will be a Jihad factory for decades to come, similar to the AfPak region under US-NATO-Pakistani management.

Pakistan, Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and America will pump out their Jihadists terrorists to Russia, China, India, Europe, Iran, Lebanon, etc.

There will be no security, no peace, and no such thing as "democracy" in Syria, just as there are none of these things in Afghanistan after 15 years of NATO rule in the country.

If NATO and Turkey achieve their evil objectives and ram their plan down the throats of the peoples of Syria then ISIS will only grow in the years to come.

NATO and Turkey are seeking to create an environment, and Turkish-run refugee camps are a big part of it, in which ISIS is left alone to produce more suicide bombers and terrorists to strike the Kurds, Hezbollah, Iranian-backed militias, Assad loyalists, minority self-defense forces, local gangs, moderate tribes, whoever they want.

These NATO-sanctioned refugee camps will be professionally run Jihadist factories. ISIS terrorists will be able to recruit and rape all day and night.

Groups trying to defeat ISIS will be prevented from attacking these refugee camps/Jihadist factories by the U.S., NATO, UN, and the "international community" based on humanitarian grounds. They will be accused of attacking humanitarian camps and violating the safety of refugees. It is the perfect cover.

But these evil criminals won't succeed. NATO and Turkey are already facing steep resistance from the population. They are resorting to flat out terrorism, to the tactic of mowing down innocent civilians to scare off the people and seize the lands they're living on.

Is this Erdogan's plan? Is it NATO's plan? To wipe out the Kurds? Wipe out the Assyrians and Syriac Christians? Wipe out all moderate Arab tribes? What are they going to do? Kill them all?

Given Turkey's history of genocide and ethnic cleansing, that's actually a very real possibility. And since Erdogan is a mad man who thinks he is divinely sanctioned by God he will use Islam to justify his atrocities and naked aggression just like ISIS has done. 

An excerpt from, "Turkey Told UNSC of Aug 24 Military Action Citing Article 51 But Not Kurds, Syria Interview Spiked" By Matthew Russell Lee, Inner City Press, August 28, 2016:
As Turkey's August 24 military operations inside Syria began, in New York the Turkish mission filed a letter with the UN Security Council, which Inner City Press puts online here.

In the letter, Turkey's outgoing Permanent Representative to the UN Halit Cevik cited not only Article 51 of the UN Charter but also UNSC resolutions 1373, 2170 and 2178. It does not mention the Kurds but only DEASH (sic).

Turkey's letter states among other things that “Turkey initiated a military operation in the early hours of August 24, 2016, against DEASH which has been directly and deliberately targeting Turkey.” It states that Turkey respects Syria's territorial integrity and political unity. The word sovereignty is not used, but “political transition” is.
Video Title: Erdogan vows fight against ISIL and Kurds in Syria. Source: CCTV News. Date Published: August 28, 2016. Description: 
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned that his country's pursuit of militant groups will be unrelenting. Turkey launched a two-pronged offensive against ISIL and Kurdish militia in Syria on Wednesday. But as CCTV’s correspondent Natalie Carney reports, people fear the move may complicate the situation in Syria and at home.