View Full Version : US dropping phosper on Raqqua, and letting ISIS out the back......

06-14-2017, 11:59 AM
So this past week there has been more than 300 civilian deaths in Raqqa, 200 of which in one particular spot, as a result of US bombing. which includes the use of phosper. While this bombing was being carried out, and the drones were flying overhead, a convey of ISIS trucks was allowed to leave.

From Gulf News...

We were told Raqqa was to be ISIS’ last stronghold in Syria, but this is clearly not true. In order for the U.S. to ultimately put pressure on the Syrian government, the real prize is not Raqqa but a combination of two very strategic locations that are very heavily interlinked.
As explained (http://m.gulfnews.com/news/mena/syria/us-working-to-prevent-iranian-victory-in-syria-1.2041807) by Gulf News:

“There, a complex confrontation is unfolding, with far more geopolitical import and risk. Daesh is expected to make its last stand not in Raqqa but in an area that encompasses the borders with Iraq and Jordan and much of Syria’s modest oil reserves, making it important in stabilising Syria and influencing its neighbouring countries.

“Whoever lays claim to the sparsely populated area in this 21st-century version of the Great Game not only will take credit for seizing what is likely to be Daesh’s last patch of a territorial caliphate in Syria, but also will play an important role in determining Syria’s future and the post-war dynamics of the region.”
And this is ultimately the problem for the U.S.-led coalition of anti-Assad (and anti-Iranian) nations. The behind-closed-doors official rationale for targeting Syria’s government for regime change was to undermine Iranian influence in the region, according (https://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/18328) to Hillary Clinton’s email archive. Countries such as Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, and the other Gulf States have long feared (https://www.theguardian.com/world/2007/jan/26/worlddispatch.ianblack) that a fully dominated Shia-led bloc of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon could completely overthrow the regional balance of power. They have opposed such a development at all costs.
As Gulf News explains, the Iranians are in the process of fully implementing this Shia bridge, known as the “Shia Crescent”:

[I]“The contested area also includes desert regions farther south with several border crossings, among them the critical highway connecting Damascus and Baghdad — coveted by Iran as a land route to Lebanon and its ally, the Hezbollah militia.”
This is why the U.S. military has set up a training base at the Aal-Tanf border crossing. If the Syrian government were to retake the area and open it up under its control, they would be able to directly link Iran (http://theantimedia.org/us-collision-course-iran-russia/) to Syria and the rest of its allies, including Iraq and Lebanon.
This is also why the U.S. military has been engaging in illegal acts of aggression (http://theantimedia.org/us-illegal-war-with-syria/) against Iranian-backed militias operating in the area — to defend this position.
Further, the Syrian government’s outpost in Deir ez-Zor is isolated (http://foreignpolicy.com/2017/05/24/are-the-u-s-and-iran-on-a-collision-course-in-syria/), hence why these two offensives are running in tandem. They both rely on the liberation of the other to have any real value to the Syrian government and its Russian and Iranian allies.

So while blaming Quatar for sponsering terrorism, the US drops bombs on civilians and lets ISIS free. Dont expect to read it in your media or see it on your favourite brainwashing channel.

Chris Smith porter maine
06-14-2017, 06:27 PM
Trumps program to deal with the Muslim problem, keep them killing each other while killing lots of civilians, my best guess.