Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Moon of Alabama — Syria Summary - The End Of The War Is Now In Sight

Wrap up.

Moon of Alabama
Syria Summary - The End Of The War Is Now In Sight


Noah Way said...

"The U.S. invaders ... only option now is to retreat."

That's optimistic.

Those troops could be sacrificed to provide justification to escalate. With "proven" election tampering and anti-Russia propaganda at full pitch I wouldn't be surprised by anything - *except* the US backing off.

Kaivey said...

The article I put out here recently is that the US is trying to start another colour revolution there.

Kaivey said...

Some excerpts, see how the US is creating more disruption and a humanitarian crisis. And it's illegal for them to be there.


The U.S. and its allies have no mandate to be in Syria in the first place. There is no justification or legal ground for them to attack any Syrian units. Their only option now is to retreat.

But with thousands of new Islamic State forces coming towards the city the government troops are in real danger of getting overwhelmed. Reinforcements must be flown into the city to keep ISIS off and to prevent a very large massacre. A much better alternative is a relief line on the ground. But the Syrian army race towards the city had been delayed by the U.S. shenanigans in the south. A new large ground move of government forces towards Deir Ezzor is in preparation. One can only hope that they arrive in time.

Qatari, Saudi and Turkish proxy forces, directed by the CIA, have waged a six year long war against Syria and its people. With Qatar and Turkey now in opposition to the Saudis and their U.S. allies, the gang that attacked Syria is falling apart. The Islamic State is shrinking fast and nearly defeated. The U.S. attempt to gain ground in the south has been stopped. Unless the U.S. changes tact and starts a large scale attack on Syria with its own army forces the war on Syria is over. Many areas still need to be recovered by Syrian forces. Terrorist attacks within the country will continue for several years. The wounds will take decades to heal. Negotiations will have to be held over areas in the north now under Turkish or U.S. (proxy) control. Further settlements will have to be reached. But the large scale strategic war against Syria has for now ended.