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US Special Forces Sabotage White House Policy Gone Disastrously Wrong With Covert OPs In Syria

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 John Galt    978

https://africanspress.org/2017/05/28/us-special-forces-sabotage-white-house-policy-gone-disastrously-wrong-with-covert-ops-in-syria/

May 28, 2017, “Nobody believes in it. You’re like, ‘f**k this,’” a former Green Beret says of America’s covert and clandestine programs to train and arm Syrian militias. “Everyone on the ground knows they are jihadis. No one on the ground believes in this mission or this effort, and they know they are just training the next generation of jihadis, so they are sabotaging it by saying, ‘f**k it, who cares?’”

“I don’t want to be responsible for Nusra guys saying they were trained by Americans,” the Green Beret added. A second Special Forces soldier commented that one Syrian militia they had trained recently crossed the border from Jordan on what had been pitched as a large-scale shaping operation that would change the course of the war. Watching the battle on a monitor while a drone flew overhead, “We literally watched them, with 30 guys in their force, run away from three or four ISIS guys.”

Another militia commander came back to Jordan to be debriefed by CIA case officers stationed at Damascus X, the exiled CIA station now located in Amman, Jordan, since departing Syria’s capital after the civil war began. The Syrian proxy broke down saying that he might as well join ISIS—something the case officer had to talk him out of.

Ousting the Alawite government of Bashar al-Assad had been a long-term strategic goal of the United States. The summary of a 2006 diplomatic cable authored by William Roebuck, the chargé d’affaires at the U.S. embassy in Damascus, reads:

We believe Bashar’s [Assad] weaknesses are in how he chooses to react to looming issues, both perceived and real, such as the conflict between economic reform steps (however limited) and entrenched, corrupt forces, the Kurdish question, and the potential threat to the regime from the increasing presence of transiting Islamist extremists. This cable summarizes our assessment of these vulnerabilities and suggests that there may be actions, statements, and signals that the USG can send that will improve the likelihood of such opportunities arising.

The cable goes on, outlining how the United States government should exploit fissures between Syria and Iran. The Iranians have long used Syria as a logistics and command hub for Hezbollah operations. Exploiting fears of Shia meddling in Sunni affairs was one way that America could create a fracture in the alliance.

During this timeframe, American special operations soldiers assigned to Task Force Orange were deployed to Syria under commercial cover. However, they targeted foreign fighters flowing into Iraq to fight coalition soldiers rather than fixate on the Assad regime. “The missions enabled JSOC to build a detailed picture of the network of jihadis from Aleppo and Damascus airports through the Syrian section of the Euphrates River Valley until they crossed into Iraq near Al Qaim,” Sean Naylor wrote.

Meanwhile, State Department cables reveal that the U.S. government was actively searching for ways to undermine the Syrian government, and potentially remove Assad from power. Another 2006 cable reads, “Finding ways to publicly call into question Bashar’s reform efforts—pointing, for example to the use of reform to disguise cronyism—would embarrass Bashar and undercut these efforts to shore up his legitimacy.”

 

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 John Galt    978

The video is an overview of the article, whatever one wishes to see.

We need to get out of Syria, period.

We need to stop supporting Saudi Arabia, period.

We need to stop bowing to Israel, period.

The superiority complex that we have as a nation has become all consuming, and the ego has been fed unto a surplus. The devastation that we as a nation have caused cannot be measured, and we did this based upon the precedent of another nation while using the media to obfuscate and mischaracterize the reality of our environment as a whole. The information is there, but we willingly allow ourselves to be blinded because of the pain it would cause one to really look at what we have been standing for as a nation. We have not been following the heart which connects us to life itself, and instead have followed the mind as the master instead of the servant. The heart leads the mind and body unto pain that could 'logically' be avoided, and when one characterizes themselves by means of the 'False Light' we can see the outward manifestation in its fruit of ignorance and self-gratification. We need to WAKE UP

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 Dan Lannon    543
19 minutes ago, John Galt said:

The video is an overview of the article, whatever one wishes to see.

We need to get out of Syria, period.

We need to stop supporting Saudi Arabia, period.

We need to stop bowing to Israel, period.

The superiority complex that we have as a nation has become all consuming, and the ego has been fed unto a surplus. The devastation that we as a nation have caused cannot be measured, and we did this based upon the precedent of another nation while using the media to obfuscate and mischaracterize the reality of our environment as a whole. The information is there, but we willingly allow ourselves to be blinded because of the pain it would cause one to really look at what we have been standing for as a nation. We have not been following the heart which connects us to life itself, and instead have followed the mind as the master instead of the servant. The heart leads the mind and body unto pain that could 'logically' be avoided, and when one characterizes themselves by means of the 'False Light' we can see the outward manifestation in its fruit of ignorance and self-gratification. We need to WAKE UP

It's like they always say.....at the end of the day, follow the money.

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 John Galt    978
5 minutes ago, Curenado said:

Its about money & fuel period

Money and fuel are a means, not an end.

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 londonorchar    444
1 hour ago, Automan63 said:

Its about total, global, domination and financial control. 

The banksters don’t (yet) control Syria and will never control Assad. 

Same with Iran and the Norks.

Until the BIS has a central bank in every nation, there will be nothing but war for the countries that resist/refuse.

The United States Military is the technologically superior (at the moment) enforcement arm of the Banksters.

Israel does most, if not all, their wet work.

Just my thoughts, I could be totally wrong, it happens....

 

Your not wrong...........

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 Curenado    966
3 hours ago, John Galt said:

Money and fuel are a means, not an end.

Then what has more value? It is not "people" or "religion"? People are what is being converted to wealth now.

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 John Galt    978
28 minutes ago, Curenado said:

Then what has more value? It is not "people" or "religion"? People are what is being converted to wealth now.

Control over our perception.

We are not battling 'flesh and blood'.

In regards to people being converted to wealth, that is all about the evil ones making us believe we are synonymous with something artificial. 

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 TheOldMan    2,538
5 hours ago, apache54 said:

YUP!!

we have NO business being there, bring our troops home!!

End Hussein’s war! 

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