By Theodore Shoebat
There is a story that has been making lots of headlines saying that the Trump administration has cut off support for the rebels in Syria. The Washington Post published an article saying that Trump had cut off financial provisions for the rebels, and that Trump’s policy “essentially carves up Syria into no-go zones for each of the players — President Bashar al-Assad’s fight, with Russian and Iranian help, against rebels seeking to overthrow him, and the US-led coalition’s war to destroy the Islamic State.”
Trump fired back on Twitter, referring to the news agency as “Amazon Washington Post,” since the WP is owned by Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s CEO, and said that the publication is “being used as a lobbyist weapon against Congress to keep Politicians from looking into Amazon no-tax monopoly?”
According to the report published by the Washington Post, the US will concede to Assad control over “most of central and southern Syria to just west of the Euphrates River, with a few agreed deviations”. The US, the report reads, wants to allow Assad to overthrow ISIS from Raqqa, which the terrorist organization has made into its headquarters. Once ISIS is gone and Raqqa taken, the report states, “U.S.-backed forces would move downriver to control the militant-populated villages alongside it, to the Iraqi border.”
The report goes on to reveal that there are still US-backed forces in Syria:
An east-west “deconfliction” line is being observed south of Raqqa, where U.S. warplanes and advisers are supporting an offensive by American-trained and -equipped local proxy forces. U.S.-backed forces control most of the territory north of this area to the Turkish border and east to Iraq.
The Daily Beast has done the most detailed article on the subject of the US’s current plan in Syria, writing that there is one Syrian source stating that the Americans simply want the rebels to form a new collective body, and that there is a possibility that the US is merely delegating Turkey to configure and facilitate rebel activities:
One Syrian opposition news agency reported an unnamed rebel commander saying that U.S. support will continue for a few months and then move to a new mechanism. The commander added that the U.S. is pressuring rebels to unify under a joint military command before resuming support. There is also the possibility that Turkey and Qatar would fill the breach.
What does this all mean? It means nothing is going to change, its only going to get worse. It appears that Trump is trying to prevent his image from looking too much like Obama, so he is making US policy appear different. But it looks like that while the current policy is hindering the expansion of Islamism, what could be occurring is that the real problem is being covered up or slowed down, and when the next president appears, the chaos is going to totally reveal itself in its totality.
The US is still going to be facilitating the revival of the Ottoman Empire, which only lead to genocide. The next great war is unlikely to take place under Trump’s first and second policies, but it will happen nonetheless. US officials have said that the plan is for the purpose of working better with Russia. General Dunford said” “we’re precluded by law from coordinating with the Russians … we are looking for the Russians to work with the regime, to deconflict our operations.” Rex Tillerson said:
“This is our first indication of the U.S. and Russia being able to work together in Syria…Russia has the same, I think, interests that we do in having Syria become a stable place, a unified place.”
Syria was a stable and unified place, until the US and its allies, like Turkey and Qatar, began sparking factionalism and arming militants. Now they want to make it a “stable place,” when the reality is that they are just working for their own agenda. Numerous times we heard that Assad must be removed in order to purge out Russian leverage on the region. For a while I believed that this is what the US actually wants, but I am beginning to suspect that this is not the case. If Russia is really seen as the enemy of America, then why did the US do nothing to stop Russia’s invasion of Crimea? The US didn’t do much accept put sanctions, and it also armed neo-Nazi mercenaries, the Azov Battalion.
Why has the US been giving leeway to Iranian backed militias to enter Iraq, if Iran is such an enemy? The US will be “Allowing pro-Iranian forces an uncontested presence in Syria’s southern desert”, but why would it do this if the US truly saw Iran as an existential threat? While there may be US officials who sincerely believe Iran and Russia to be a threat, the people in the highest echelons of power, who know the masterplan, obviously know that this is all propaganda to cover up for the truly sinister objective.
Destabilizing the Middle East only incentivized and enabled Turkey to expand into Syria, and this also has bolstered ideological beliefs: Turkish nationalism, imperialist sufism and neo-Ottomanism.
From the late forties to supposedly the 1990s, the CIA was training and arming neo-Nazis in Europe and even working with members of the Nazi SS and other members of the Nazi Party, in what is called, Operation Gladio. The excuse they gave was that they needed their muscle to prepare for a Russian invasion of Europe. But this was all nonsense, there was no invasion of Western Europe. When Russia invaded Crimea, the US backed Nazi Azov terrorists to supposedly go against Russia. Russia was never stopped, but the Nazis were armed, and they have now gained motivation and a publicity that they are using till this day to expand their network.
Germany and Turkey brought in hundreds of thousands of migrants from Africa and the Middle East into Europe. This caused a boosting of eugenist, nationalist and racist sentiment in Europe. What is happening here? Neo-Ottomanism from Turkey, ultra-nationalism in Germany — a very deadly combination, one that the world had to suffer through during the First World War when Germany and the Ottoman Empire were trying to invade the whole earth. I believe this, at the end of the day, is the masterplan.
To believe that all of this destabilization is done to combat Russia, is extremely difficult to believe. Russia is till around, there is no serious conflict transpiring between the US and Russia. They said they removed Saddam because he was a pro-Russian dictator. But then Iraq became a hive for insurgents and the US then had to deal with 4th generation warfare, not fighting an official army with uniforms, but combatants dressed with nikes and civilian clothes.
They said that the US did not know that this was going to be the outcome. If this is true, then why did they further this same destructive policy in Syria and Libya, only to cause the same violent outcomes? It makes no sense that this was all done to weaken Russia, and the US’ continual policy disproves the most frequently used opinion that the US is ignorant of how dangerous its decisions are. The US knows exactly what its doing, and it will continue to conduct the same pernicious actions. Politicians can say whatever they wish, but in the end they don’t have much powers. Elites, connected with and ruling over industry, hold the true power and determine policy, because without money you cannot influence or leverage policy. “ For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.” (1 Timothy 6:10) Read about all the major Turkish politicians, they are all connected with TUSIAD (Turkish Industry and Business Association), the largest conglomerate consisting of the wealthiest people in Turkey. There is a reason for this: anything that politicians succeed in, cannot happen without financial leverage.
You can never commit genocide, without industry; you can never create an empire without industry. Its impossible. Genocide and empire, and industrial strength, are inseparable. When the Nazis conducted the Holocaust, there were numerous major German industries who were providing the materials for the systematic slaughter of human beings. A mixture of diabolical mysticism, Darwinist mechanicalism, and industrial might, is both a very dangerous combination, and the essential for genocide and empire.
What is the reason for all of these destruction policies. I believe it has nothing to do with Russia, nothing to do with Iran, nothing to do with fighting communism or anything like that. I believe, ultimately, beyond all of the layers of propaganda, that it is part of a diabolical conspiracy to implement social Darwinism (I have written very detailed articles on this subject which can be read here, here, and here). At the end of the day, the war is spiritual, and its about the cosmic struggle between good and evil. “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age,[a] against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.” (Ephesians 6:12)