By Kim Petersen
October 16, 2019 "Information Clearing House" - The Kurds in Northern Syria have been abandoned by the United States military and left to the mercy/mercilessness of the invading Turks.
This is what’s happening in N. Syria now. Most stable part of the country is being ruined. These armed groups are executing people on M4 Highway earlier today pic.twitter.com/kw7s29NvlW— Mutlu Civiroglu (@mutludc) October 12, 2019
Is it a surprise?
Tibet expert Thomas Laird tells of an old Tibetan guerrilla who had supplied intelligence about Chinese atomic testing that was, according to CIA sources, “dollar for dollar, some of the most valuable intelligence of the Cold War.”  Yet, according to Laird, the guerrilla cum-invaluable intelligence asset was subsequently left to languish in poverty and anonymity.
In the 1960s, the CIA promised the Tibetan guerrillas that the United States wanted to help expel the Chinese from Tibet. However, in the 1970s, support to the Tibetan guerrillas was suddenly cut off. 
The result was hundreds of guerrillas killed, left-behind American ordnance killed children, and former allies were left in poverty.
It is not an unusual story of the US abandoning an ally. South Vietnam was quickly left to fend for itself as Americans scurried to rooftops and clambered onto helicopters to escape. 
There is also the little known history of Korea which shared an enemy with the US during WWII: imperialist Japan. At the war’s end, the general of the defeated Japanese, Abe Endo, surrendered the reins of self-government to Yo Un Hyung, a politician well regarded in both the south and north of Korea. Yo participated in the forming of People’s Committees in all Korean provinces and the Korean People’s Republic arose. However, Japanese general Kozuki Yoshio convinced his American counterpart, general John Hodge, that the new government in Korea was communist. Consequently, the communist-phobic US abolished the government of the Korean People’s Republic, and the United States Army Military Government was installed in the south of a truncated Korea. 
The abandonment of the Kurds is not a phenomenon attributable solely to president Donald Trump.
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