Behead Kid And Other U.S. Successes in Syria
By Moon Of Alabama
July 19, 2016
U.S. "regime change" operation in Syria recently
tallied up some major successes.
Democratic Force, a U.S. sponsored group of mostly
Syrian Kurds, is besieging the Islamic State held
eastern city of Manbij. According
to the UN's Human Rights commissioner 70,000
civilians in Manbij are cut off from all supplies.
We have yet to hear calls for an immediate breaking
of the siege or for enforced air drops of supplies
to these people. Where are all the R2P fans in the
Obama administration and all the well paid Syrian
opposition propaganda groups on this? That the U.S.
has managed to avoid any questions about this siege
is surely a success.
delivering food the U.S. did some different
air drops on Marjib:
56 civilians were killed on Tuesday in air
strikes north of the besieged Islamic State-held
city of Manbij in northern Syria, and residents
said they believed the attack was carried out by
U.S.-led warplanes, a monitoring group said.
Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human
Rights said the dead included 11 children, and
that dozens more people were wounded.
finances a long list of proxies in Syria to fight
the Syrian government and the millions of people its
protects. It has delivered high powered TOW
anti-tank weapons to many of these
that the CIA currently allows munitions to be
shared with are: ... Nour al-Din al-Zenki
Movement, (Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki)...
the BBC Foreign News producer Riam Dalati it is a
group of these Nour al-Din al-Zenki "moderate
rebels" who yesterday captured a Palestinian boy of
some 8. 10, maybe 12 years, taunted him and accused
him of fighting on the Syrian government's side. The
boy had no uniform on and had medical infusion tubes
in his right arm.
supported "moderate rebels" then behead the boy with
a knife right on the back of that red pickup truck.
videos of the child alive as well as
the beheading. The Zinki group, like its CIA
already known for torturing people.
again that the Obama administration has "done
nothing", or at least not enough, to help these
democratic forces in Syria. If these moderate people
would have received more weapons, they could have
used something better than a rusty knife to
slaughter the boy. Indeed the group
blames the "international community" for such
behavior of its members.
administration has done its best to shield not only
the above "moderates but also al-Qaeda in Syria, aka
Jabhat al Nusra, from attacks by the Syrian and
Russian forces. U.S. supported "moderate rebels",
like the friendly folks above, mixed with al-Qaeda
fighters and the U.S. insisted that thereby both are
under its ceasefire agreement with Russian forces.
Obviously the U.S. has long considered al-Qaeda in
Syria to be some local problem that could be used to
further "regime change" but would never become a
danger for the U.S. itself or its interests. The
Russians insist that the group is a legitimate
target and rejected new
disguised U.S. attempts to shield it.
happened though that suddenly let the Obama
administration -here Secretary of State Kerry-
is that Nusrah is plotting against countries in
the world. What happened in Nice last night
could just as well have come from Nusrah or
wherever it came from as any other entity,
because thatís what they do."
that the Nice attack
followed a script published in an al-Qaeda
pamphlet might have helped to finally stop the
nefarious schemes of those administration circles
who nurtured the group. But again this only happened
after some messy incident. Not once has the
administration refrained from supporting the most
brutal radicals, in Afghanistan, in Libya ,in Syria
and elsewhere, until these came back to bite. It
seems to have taken a "success" of 80+ killed people
in Nice to move the U.S. away from supporting
al-Qaeda's ruthless fighters the CIA supported
"moderate rebels" have no chance to win the war
against the Syrian government. The U.S. is starting
to follow the Russian script and will attack
al-Qaeda and other like groups in Syria. The "regime
change by force" project is thereby, for now,
practically dead. Turkey is moving away from its
nefarious role in Syria and is making friends again
with the Syrian allies Russia and Iran. This will
give additional impetus to the administration's
silent retreat from its "regime change" project.