October 24, 2015

U.S.-Turkey "Buffer Zone" to Save ISIS, Not Stop Them

And while the US seeks to sell its "buffer zone" strategy under a variety of pretexts - from protecting refugees to fighting the so-called "Islamic State" (ISIS/ISIL) - it is admittedly a tactic aimed instead at America's true objectives in Syria - the destruction of its government, the division of its people, and the eradication of its sovereignty.
In 2012, it was clear that the region north of Aleppo and across the border into Turkey, had become one of two primary points (Jordan being the other) of staging and entry for NATO-backed terrorists operating in Syria. It was from across the border north of Aleppo and Idlib that NATO-armed, funded, and trained terrorists from Libya first flowed into Syrian territory and from where the initial 2012 invasion of Aleppo emanated.
While NATO opened up several other fronts along Syria's northern border, this has remained their primary focus - specifically for the purpose of taking Idlib, Aleppo, or both, establishing them as a seat of government for a proxy regime, and as a strategic and logistical springboard to wage war deeper into Syrian territory from.
While initially the West attempted to make ISIS appear to be sustaining its fighting capacity within a vacuum deep within Syrian and Iraqi territory, allegedly sustaining itself on ransoms and black market oil, the scale of their operations has since betrayed this narrative, revealing immense state-sponsorship behind them.
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1 comment:

Nona said...

It seems the scum from ISIS are modern day Castro thugs. EXACTLY the way Castro worked in taking over Cuba. And before that the moslem in Arabia, at the beginning, and before that, the xtians taking over the Classical Pagan world.