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U.S. Creates Kurdish/Terrorist “Border Force” In Syria To Define Borders Of Kurdistan

By Brandon Turbeville

For those that hoped Trump would bring a some-more essential proceed to the Western-induced Syrian crisis, it is almost for certain that those hopes have been strictly dashed with the explanation of the Trump administration’s new policy per the SDF, Kurds, a new limit force, and the judicious partitioning devise that is apparently moving forward.

The new plans announced by the United States engage the origination of a “border force” that is approaching to enclose around 30,000 crew to be deployed at the borders tranquil by the SDF (Syria Democratic Forces). The force will be lerned by the United States and will enclose members from the SDF and YPG and will see Kurdish members patrolling “Kurdish areas” while Arab members unit “Arab areas.”

Naturally, the pierce has hurt Turkey given it is against to Kurdish nationalism out of fears that it will enthuse Kurdish extremists inside Turkey itself. Russia has also cursed the pierce claiming that it will lead to partitioning. Syria, for its part, has labeled the Trump administration’s devise as an insult to Syria’s inhabitant firmness and appears dedicated to Assad’s guarantee to acquit every in. of Syrian territory.

As Business Insider reports,


The U.S.-led bloc is operative with its Syrian company allies to set up a new limit force of 30,000 personnel, the bloc pronounced on Sunday, a pierce that has combined to Turkish anger over U.S. support for Kurdish-dominated forces in Syria.

A comparison Turkish executive told Reuters the U.S. training of the new “Border Security Force” is the reason that the U.S. charge d’affaires was summoned in Ankara on Wednesday. The executive did not elaborate.

The force, whose initial category is now being trained, will be deployed at the borders of the area tranquil by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) – an fondness of militias in northern and eastern Syria dominated by the Kurdish YPG.

In an email to Reuters, the coalition’s Public Affairs Office reliable sum of the new force reported by The Defense Post. About half the force will be SDF veterans, and recruiting for the other half is underway, the coalition’s Public Affairs Office said.

The force will muster along the limit with Turkey to the north, the Iraqi limit to the southeast, and along the Euphrates River Valley, which broadly acts as the dividing line separating the U.S.-backed SDF and Syrian supervision forces corroborated by Iran and Russia.

U.S. support for the SDF has put outrageous aria on ties with NATO fan Turkey, which views the YPG as an prolongation of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) – a organization that has waged a three-decade rebellion in Turkey.

Syria’s categorical Kurdish groups have emerged as one of the few winners of the Syrian war, and are operative to barricade their liberty over swathes of northern Syria.

Washington opposes those liberty plans, even as it has corroborated the SDF, the categorical partner for the U.S.-led bloc against Islamic State in Syria.

The bloc pronounced the BSF would work under SDF authority and around 230 people were now undergoing training in its initial class.

“Efforts are taken to safeguard people offer in areas close to their homes. Therefore, the racial combination of the force will be relations to the areas in which they serve.

“More Kurds will offer in the areas in northern Syria. More Arabs will offer in areas along the Euphrates River Valley and along the limit with Iraq to the south,” the coalition’s Public Affairs Office said.

“The bottom of the new force is radically a realignment of approximately 15,000 members of the SDF to a new goal in the Border Security Force as their actions against ISIS draw to a close,” it said.

“They will be providing limit confidence by professionally securing checkpoints and conducting counter-IED operations,” it said, adding that bloc and SDF forces were still enchanting Islamic State pockets in Deir al-Zor province.

The “coalition” has settled that the training was already underway. This has stirred a clever response by Turkey. As ABC Australia reports,

Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag pronounced the US was “playing with fire” by environment a force that would embody Kurdish militia.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan’s orator Ibrahim Kalin pronounced Washington “is holding worrying stairs to legitimise this organization [YPG] and make it durability in the region”.

“It is positively not probable for this to be accepted,” he said, adding that Turkey “will continue its fight against any militant organization regardless of its name and figure within and outward its borders”.

US support for the SDF has put outrageous aria on ties with NATO fan Turkey, which views YPG as an prolongation of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) — a organization that has waged a three-decade rebellion in Turkey and is deliberate a militant organization by the European Union, Turkey and the United States.

Turkey has criticised the US for fortifying YPG and Arab fighters in the SDF, which gathering Islamic State (IS) out of Raqqa and other tools of Syria.

“The US sent 4,900 trucks of weapons in Syria. We know this. This is not what allies do,” Mr Erdogan said.

“We know they sent 2,000 planes full of weapons.”

‘We will rip them down’

Mr Erdogan on Saturday pronounced Turkish forces in Syria would “vanquish” Kurdish company that control the beside segment of Afrin, putting Turkey at contingency with US-backed forces.

“God willing, in the coming days, we will continue the operation to inform the southern limit from terror,” he pronounced in a debate in the eastern Turkish city of Elazig.

Turkish troops entered Idlib 3 months ago after an agreement with Russia and Iran for the 3 countries to try to revoke fighting between pro-Syrian supervision forces and insurgent fighters in the largest remaining insurgent-held partial of Syria.

But now they have incited their sights on the beside Kurdish-controlled segment of Afrin.

“If the terrorists in Afrin don’t obey we will rip them down,” Mr Erdogan said.

Rojhat Roj, the YPG orator in Afrin, pronounced Turkish forces stationed in Syria shelled several Kurdish villages in the Afrin segment on Saturday, though causing casualties.

“From the side, there is no shelling at present,” he added.

Mr Erdogan has pronounced the Kurdish YPG company is trying to settle a “terror corridor” on Turkey’s southern border, joining Afrin with a vast Kurdish-controlled area to the east.

In 2016 Turkey launched its Euphrates Shield military descent in northern Syria to pull back IS from the limit and drive a crowd between the Kurdish-controlled regions.

“With the Euphrates Shield operation we cut the terror mezzanine right in the middle; we hit them one night suddenly,” Mr Erdogan said.

“With the Idlib operation, we are collapsing the western wing,” he said, in anxiety to Afrin.

The normal borders of Kurdistan extend from Syria, by Turkey, Iraq and Iran.

Turkey fear Kurdish autonomy in Syria could hint a new pull for autonomy among racial Kurds in Turkey.

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Mr Erdogan pronounced Turkey approaching support and “strategic cooperation” from the US in their “legitimate efforts” in Syria.

“Despite it all, we trust we have common interests with America in the segment and wish we can act in concert,” Mr Erdogan said.

“We design the friends to display an opinion that befits them in this issue of presence that is so supportive and so vicious for the country.

“During the Afrin operation, we wish these powers will not give arise to blunder by appearing on the same side as the terror organisation.”

It is, of course, mocking that Erdogan would discuss a “terror corridor” as reason for his military operations in Syria given it was primarily Turkey who operated the “terror corridor” famous as the “Jarablus corridor” that saw ISIS fighters lerned in Jordan by the U.S. and NATO pouring into Syria along with unfamiliar terrorists belonging to fighting units of several names (but all extremists, radically ISIS fighters). Many writers such as myself settled early on that Erdogan was, at best, making a outrageous vital mistake in enlivening the drop of Syria given such a pierce was likely to stir up Kurdish jingoist view both outward and inside Turkey. Now that Erdogan has risked the fortitude of his own country on siren dreams of being the next Ottoman Empire, he is worried that the cards he played on his forward play are not going to compensate off. Make no mistake, Turkey is not meddlesome in righting its wrongs but in expanding its territory, fortifying against the Kurds, and stability to pull an Islamist overpower of the Syrian government. It’s closer partnership with Russia came only as Erdogan came to know that the U.S. and its “coalition” had very little regard with the altogether aspirations of Turkey.

Russia also cursed the plans. ABC, again, reports,

Chairman of the Defence Committee of Russia’s State Duma Vladimir Shamanov told internal media Russia would commence measures as a response to the US-led coalition’s decision to create the “so-called Border Security Force”.

He pronounced the pierce “stands in approach confrontation” with Russian interests, and they would take measures to brace Syria.

The Syrian supervision settled that the new American-organized force “represents a blatant assault” on Syrian supervision and has referred to the US as an illegal occupying force. It also referred to members of the SDF and new American “border force” as “traitors.”

What is apropos some-more and some-more transparent is that the United States, GCC, Israel, and NATO have dynamic that the feasibility of destroying the Syrian supervision in the same demeanour as in Libya is apropos reduction and reduction trustworthy by the day. Plan B, however, is the partitioning and the “Federalization” of Syria into several eccentric countries or one country with several “autonomous” zones headed by a enervated executive supervision unqualified of progressing energy and steering the ship of state.

The pierce to create a “border force” is zero some-more than an try to indurate the borders of “Kurdistan” in Syria and a probable “Sunnistan” in the east. These plans are not reasonable solutions to a crisis, they are imperialism pristine and elementary and they have existed for decades. Not only Syria’s allies but the American people must conflict this devise as well.

Brandon Turbeville writes for Activist Post – essay repository here – He is the author of 7 books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, The Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President, and Resisting The Empire: The Plan To Destroy Syria And How The Future Of The World Depends On The Outcome. Turbeville has published over 1000 articles on a far-reaching accumulation of subjects including health, economics, supervision corruption, and polite liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s radio show Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. His website is BrandonTurbeville.com He is accessible for radio and TV interviews. Please hit activistpost (at) gmail.com.

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