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A CNN exclusive by Barbara Starr and Ryan Browne reveals that Gen. Mazloum Kobani Abdi told the U.S., “I need to know if you are capable of protecting my people, of stopping these bombs falling on us or not. I need to know, because if you’re not, I need to make a deal with Russia and the regime now and invite their planes to protect this region.”

 

Gen. Abdi told William Roebuck, the deputy special envoy to the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIL, “You have given up on us. You are leaving us to be slaughtered.”

 

 

A close reading of the Russian press, however, shows that a Russian no-fly zone against Turkey in northeast Syria is highly unlikely.

 

Although U.S. politicians and pundits keep saying that the Turkish invasion benefits Russia, in fact Moscow is clearly very uncomfortable with it. It may end up inadvertently aiding the major Russian ally in Syria, the government of Bashar al-Assad, if it forces the Kurds into Assad’s arms. But Russia hasn’t connived in it, and its benefits to Moscow are uncertain.

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin called for all foreign militaries to leave Syria, according to Reuters: “Everyone who is illegitimately on the territory of any state, in this case Syria, must leave this territory. This applies to all states,”

 

Except we know that Putin was only talking about the United States and Turkey, not about his allies, Iran and Lebanon’s Hizbullah.

BBC Monitoring reports that the state-owned Rossiya 1 and NTV complained about the Turkish invasion placing civilians at risk, and were especially scathing about the Sunni Arab auxiliaries fighting alongside Turkish troops as disregarding civilian security. They did not go so far as criticize Turkey directly.

The Russian position is that the Turkish incursion is a legitimate way to safeguard Turkish security, as long as it doesn’t go too far.

 

Last week, Michael Jansen noted that Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Kremlin, admitted that Russia recognizes “Turkey’s right to ensure its security,” but he cautioned Turkey’s government to “refrain from any actions that may create obstacles on the path of a Syrian [political] settlement.”

 

Russia has never controlled the Kurdish-dominated northeast, concentrating on helping the al-Assad regime reassert itself in the rest of the country. So Moscow does not have a dog in the fight in some ways.

 

Both networks interviewed war correspondent Yevgeny Poddubny, who appears to take a pro-Putin line in his analysis. He says that the Syria Kurds are at least partially responsible for their own predicament. BBC Monitoring translated him as saying, “For the past few years leaders of Kurdish formations have been demonstratively ignoring the interests of Damascus.” He criticized Kurdish hyper-nationalism, saying that the Kurds insist they are fighting for their motherland.

 

He insisted, “the land is not theirs, but Syria’s.” He did not mention that Syria as far back as the mid-1960s had stripped citizenship from many Kurds, leaving them stateless and with little reason to invest their loyalties in Syria.

He also blamed them for subordinating themselves to the interests of Washington.

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LYING CRYING ROOM RETARD BENSON AND HIS FAKE SHIIT

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How are the Kurds going to keep the Isis prisoners they are holding confined if they are being attacked by Turkey?

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1 minute ago, Duck615 said:

LYING CRYING ROOM RETARD BENSON AND HIS FAKE SHIIT

dumbduck continues swilling sewage in an attempt to set a record.

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Just now, XavierOnassis said:

dumbduck continues swilling sewage in an attempt to set a record.

YOU KEEPSING OPENING YOUR CUM TRAP

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Xav

""How are the Kurds going to keep the Isis prisoners they are holding confined if they are being attacked by Turkey?""

 

 

 

 

trump-"ISIS will probably go to Europe.....thats where they want to go"

 

 

www.brookings.edu/research/why-is-trumps-staff...

Set out below is the level of turnover across the first term for President Trump’s five immediate predecessors, as well as his first year in office. The numbers make clear that Trump’s “A” Team turnover is record-setting—double the previous leader (Reagan), and more than triple his immediate predecessor (Obama).

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4 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Xav

""How are the Kurds going to keep the Isis prisoners they are holding confined if they are being attacked by Turkey?""

 

 

 

 

trump-"ISIS will probably go to Europe.....thats where they want to go"

 

 

www.brookings.edu/research/why-is-trumps-staff...

Set out below is the level of turnover across the first term for President Trump’s five immediate predecessors, as well as his first year in office. The numbers make clear that Trump’s “A” Team turnover is record-setting—double the previous leader (Reagan), and more than triple his immediate predecessor (Obama).

 

 

     i do not know where they will go but most likely drop by Ahmeds sell-you-anything bizzare in the Yemen to pick up state-of-the art western armaments donated by the sauds (hardly used) and a few out of work drone engineers...along with a walmart mail order catalogue , burn phones ..order drone parts on e.bay and shipping them by amazon to safe addresses in saudi arabia...probably go on sightseeing tours in the Saudi interior  ..

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they're already getting slaughtered....over 300 dead in 2-3 days

 

Putins smiling....and trump guaranteed his Hotels in Turkey & Moscow will stay safe

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   u.s just announced a further 1000 u.s troops to be withdrawn from north Syria..out of range from friendly fire !!

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48 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

How are the Kurds going to keep the Isis prisoners they are holding confined if they are being attacked by Turkey?

Why are there ISIS prisoners? They should be terminated as a warning to future would be caliphates.

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21 minutes ago, benson13 said:

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I didn't think that 40% of American adults could be that stupid, but they're even dumber than that, when you consider all the crimes Trump has committed in the WH, and they still stand by him. I guess racism, xenophobia, homophobia, and misogyny "trump" sanity and rational thinking every time.

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49 minutes ago, benson13 said:

A CNN exclusive by Barbara Starr and Ryan Browne reveals that Gen. Mazloum Kobani Abdi told the U.S., “I need to know if you are capable of protecting my people, of stopping these bombs falling on us or not. I need to know, because if you’re not, I need to make a deal with Russia and the regime now and invite their planes to protect this region.”

 

Gen. Abdi told William Roebuck, the deputy special envoy to the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIL, “You have given up on us. You are leaving us to be slaughtered.”

 

 

A close reading of the Russian press, however, shows that a Russian no-fly zone against Turkey in northeast Syria is highly unlikely.

 

Although U.S. politicians and pundits keep saying that the Turkish invasion benefits Russia, in fact Moscow is clearly very uncomfortable with it. It may end up inadvertently aiding the major Russian ally in Syria, the government of Bashar al-Assad, if it forces the Kurds into Assad’s arms. But Russia hasn’t connived in it, and its benefits to Moscow are uncertain.

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin called for all foreign militaries to leave Syria, according to Reuters: “Everyone who is illegitimately on the territory of any state, in this case Syria, must leave this territory. This applies to all states,”

 

Except we know that Putin was only talking about the United States and Turkey, not about his allies, Iran and Lebanon’s Hizbullah.

BBC Monitoring reports that the state-owned Rossiya 1 and NTV complained about the Turkish invasion placing civilians at risk, and were especially scathing about the Sunni Arab auxiliaries fighting alongside Turkish troops as disregarding civilian security. They did not go so far as criticize Turkey directly.

The Russian position is that the Turkish incursion is a legitimate way to safeguard Turkish security, as long as it doesn’t go too far.

 

Last week, Michael Jansen noted that Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Kremlin, admitted that Russia recognizes “Turkey’s right to ensure its security,” but he cautioned Turkey’s government to “refrain from any actions that may create obstacles on the path of a Syrian [political] settlement.”

 

Russia has never controlled the Kurdish-dominated northeast, concentrating on helping the al-Assad regime reassert itself in the rest of the country. So Moscow does not have a dog in the fight in some ways.

 

Both networks interviewed war correspondent Yevgeny Poddubny, who appears to take a pro-Putin line in his analysis. He says that the Syria Kurds are at least partially responsible for their own predicament. BBC Monitoring translated him as saying, “For the past few years leaders of Kurdish formations have been demonstratively ignoring the interests of Damascus.” He criticized Kurdish hyper-nationalism, saying that the Kurds insist they are fighting for their motherland.

 

He insisted, “the land is not theirs, but Syria’s.” He did not mention that Syria as far back as the mid-1960s had stripped citizenship from many Kurds, leaving them stateless and with little reason to invest their loyalties in Syria.

He also blamed them for subordinating themselves to the interests of Washington.

 

 

reminds me off the red Indians...the ones that fought for the u.s and the ones for the British Canadians.. indeed..Canadian politic is very interesting  as the SQUAW is shaping up to be the first female red Indian to be PM....Elizabeth warren will be pleased 

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NeoConvict

Why are there ISIS prisoners?

 

 

 

because Oil Men/Draft Dodgers bush/cheney created ISIS when they LIED us and our Allies into Iraq

 

 

Thanks rednecks!!

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Trump claimed US was taking custody of 5 dozen ISIS prisoners — but troops didn’t get them before they were freed

There was a concern that the Turkish attacks on the U.S. Kurdish allies would free dozens of ISIS fighters that were captured by those on the ground. According to the Kurds, once Turkey began dropping bombs on the area, there wouldn’t be anyone who could stay to guard the prison.

 

The last thing the U.S. military or any allies wanted was for terrorists to be freed by Turkey’s new war. But that’s exactly what happened. According to the New York Times, approximately five dozen ISIS prisoners and about 700 family members and sympathizers of the Islamic State fighters “escaped a Kurdish-run camp in northern Syria as Turkish-led assault unleashes chaos.”

 

A Special Forces soldier told Fox News this week that despite knowing the U.S. was supposed to be pulling out and Turkey was on its way to bomb them, the Kurdish people stayed as long as they could to ensure someone was guarding ISIS prisoners.

 

 

“They prevented a prison break last night without us,” the soldier said Wednesday. “They are not abandoning our side (yet).”

 

He warned Wednesday that the ISIS fighters would likely be free in the coming days or weeks. It took just four days for ISIS to be free again and back on the battlefield.

By Sunday, those prisoners and supporters went unguarded as Kurds fled for their lives.

 

“[Trump] doesn’t understand the problem. He doesn’t understand the repercussions of this. Erdogan is an Islamist, not a level-headed actor,” the soldier said. “This is not helping the ISIS fight.”

 

Indeed, these ISIS fighters could easily head to Europe and even fly to the United States.

 

“ISIS has already claimed responsibility for at least two attacks since the start of the invasion, including one car bomb in a border city, Qamishli, and another on an international military base outside Hasaka, a regional capital further to the south,” The Times noted.

 

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His businesses we're never loyal to employees. He has never been loyal to anybody but his narrow interests. 

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9 minutes ago, benson13 said:

 

 

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Trump is a secret Muslim. He for sure ain't a Christian

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2 minutes ago, Zaro said:

 

Trump is a secret Muslim. He for sure ain't a Christian

YOU REALLY ARE A FUKKING TRAITOR ASSWIPE KUNT LIBERAL !!!

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