Understanding this Weekend’s Kurdish Terror Attacks in Turkey and the Wave of New McCarthyism

by Scott Creighton

The greatest threat to the well-being of the United States and the rest of humanity is the out of control and desperate post 9/11 “Capitalism’s Invisible Army” (CIA) armed with their proxy mercenary armies (Kurds and Kurd”ISIS”), “moderate” terrorists (Free Syrian Army), al-Qaeda off-shoots (al-Nusra) and seemingly endless piles of unregulated cash (thanks to congress and all that heroin we are cultivating over in Afghanistan).

Contrary to popular belief, the Greater Kurdistan project is not dead on arrival. The recent defeat of Hillary Clinton (and her minions of global instability) in the recent U.S. presidential election caused ripples of concern throughout the ranks of the CIA’s “moderate” terrorist cottage industry in the Middle East. However, these animals didn’t’ crawl away to lick their wounds. Instead, like wounded predators, they are pressing forward in a fevered pitch to rundown and feast on their prey before they become to weak to accomplish their task.

What’s happening in Syria, Turkey, Iraq and Iran is quite simple. One graphic makes it all very clear.

Qatar, our closest ally in the Middle East and financial backer of many of the “moderate” terrorists looking to force a regime change in Syria (interesting: Trump’s latest Sec. of State contender, Exxon CEO, has a vested interest in the Qatar LNG pipeline question as Exxon is the leading foreign investment partner to Qatar’s state-own LNG industry) along with Saudi Arabia have a very serious reason for wanting Assad to go and a more friendly regime to be installed in Turkey: total global hegemony in the future LNG market.

Russia and Iran, on the other hand, have damn good reason to want Assad to stay (also, notice, as I have been writing in the past, the Russians would need to cut a deal with the Kurds of Iraq, as they have done apparently, because Syria has no border with Iran and their pipeline must travel through northern Iraq (currently controlled by the Kurds, unless they decide to bring it all the way up through Turkey) because Assad fell into hard times the day after he announced he would not sign the Qatar-Turkey Pipeline deal.

“Secret cables and reports by the U.S., Saudi and Israeli intelligence agencies indicate that the moment Assad rejected the Qatari pipeline, military and intelligence planners quickly arrived at the consensus that fomenting a Sunni uprising in Syria to overthrow the uncooperative Bashar Assad was a feasible path to achieving the shared objective of completing the Qatar/Turkey gas link. In 2009, according to WikiLeaks, soon after Bashar Assad rejected the Qatar pipeline, the CIA began funding opposition groups in Syria.”

— Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Why the Arabs don’t want us in Syria, Politico

This also explains in very simple terms one aspect of all of this that leaves many researchers and independent journalists scratching their heads: Recep Edogan’s refusal to back Assad’s continued presidency in Syria (though he recently changed his mind on that one)

The answer to that question is simple: the Russian/Iran/Syria pipeline has nothing to do with Turkey whereas the Qatar/Jordan/Syrian pipeline depends on Turkey serving as the jump-off point to the whole of Europe.

“The $10 billion, 1,500km pipeline through Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria and Turkey….would have linked Qatar directly to European energy markets via distribution terminals in Turkey… The Qatar/Turkey pipeline would have given the Sunni Kingdoms of the Persian Gulf decisive domination of world natural gas markets and strengthen Qatar, America’s closest ally in the Arab world. ….” RFK Jr.

This is why Recep Erdogan, not a fan of the IMF and their globalist “loan” program (and generally opposed to neoliberalization and the crippling austerity that goes with it) turned a blind eye to his CIA-backed military as they used Turkey and it’s border with Syria to funnel arms and terrorists to our regime change operation.

This is also why Erdogan would turn a blind eye to those same CIA-backed military leaders allowing KurdISIS to steal oil from Syrian fields and then ship them over Turkish borders to waiting Israeli tankers: it would economically destabilize the Syrian government, bringing about a regime change that would ultimately allow Turkey to become a major player in developing LNG industries.

Everyone was on board with the plan from Qatar to Saudi Arabia to Jordan to Turkey. Everyone except Basar al-Assad, who said he wouldn’t sign the deal because he was going to stay loyal to Russia.

This also explains why it was that Russia, for a time, pressured Assad to allow for the creation of a “Western Kurdistan” or “Rojava” in part of Syria. The Russians HAD to keep the Kurds on their side otherwise they would find themselves in a position much like that the U.S., Qatar and Turkey find themselves in today.

Erdogan engaged in Syria on behalf of what he saw as Turkey’s best interests. His attacks focused on KurdISIS in an effort to keep them from taking a large part of Syrian territory.

This serves his interests in that were the Kurds to carve themselves a piece of Syria that ran along the Turkish border as they had planned, then, Russia could simply cut one deal with the Kurds and run their pipeline from Iran straight to the Mediterranean Sea and Erdogan would be concerned that part of that deal would involve getting Russia to help them steal a part of southern and eastern Turkey for “Northern Kurdistan”

By fighting the Kurds in order to prevent this project creep, Erdogan has made himself and his country a target of the folks who are backing the Greater Kurdistan project and that includes the United States, Israel and their “interests”

This is why there have been 17 terrorist attacks inside Turkey in 2016 alone making them the most targeted nation this year by far.

Recently, Erdogan seems to have changed his mind on the question of Assad remaining in power. This is a great concern to those who are still pushing for regime change and their pipeline deal as explained by globalist Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations:

“Increasingly Turkey is gathering behind the Assad Government… Is far more concerned about Kurds then getting rid of Assad Government” Richard Haass, from Penny’s blog

Ironically, just as soon as Haass made this statement, Kurdish terrorists attacked still more civilians in Turkey, vowing afterward to destabilize the country until Erdogan leaves office. Of the 17 terror attacks in Turkey this year, all were conducted by either the Kurds or “ISIS” leaving me with still more evidence that “ISIS” is nothing more than a branch of the Kurdish regime change proxy army in Syria and that they are fighting on behalf of the Kurds in that country, not against them.

In retaliation for the new terror attacks in his country, Erdogan gave the order to bomb PKK locations in Turkey, but he also stepped up attacks this morning in Syria targeting “ISIS” positions.

Apparently Erdogan understands the connection as well.

The cowardly terror attacks in Istanbul have killed 44 people and left another 150 wounded. The Gladio 2.0 operation timed as the West, Israel and Qatar seem to have lost faith in Erdogan maintaining his faith in their pipeline deal.

Perhaps that is because Russia has promised Erdogan that he and Turkey will remain a valuable part of the future of the LNG industry anyway with the proposed Turkish Stream deal.

However you look at it, Syria and the Greater Kurdistan project are still in play in the great energy wars division of the Project for a New American Century.

Some would try to have you believe in these kinds of independent journalism venues that Recep himself is too blame for the the Kurds’ terror attacks this weekend. Don’t fall for that disinformation. It comes straight from the likes of Richard Haass and his Israeli friends who have a vested interest in seeing Greater Kurdistan born unto the Middle East.

Penny sums it up nicely over at her blog:

Not a false flag perpetrated by the AKP or Erdogan. Less stability is  not in their interest.
No more then it was in Assad’s interest.
No more then it was in Gadaffi’s interest.

Instability is the stock and trade of Capitalism’s Invisible Army. Proxy warriors, terrorism and Gladio operations are what they do in service to our “national interests”

Is it any wonder that they are supposedly behind this “anonymous” report to congress that Russia “hacked” our elections and handed a win to Donald Trump? This new wave of McCarthyism in America is absolutely centered on this pipeline power struggle in the Middle East. The future of the whole of the LNG industry in Europe depends on it.

This might be why Russia finally agreed to reduce oil production allowing for the increase in fuel prices. They are appeasing various Middle Eastern interests, specifically Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

This also might explain why Trump has suddenly announced his consideration of the CEO of Exxon as a candidate for his Secretary of State.

If he wishes to appease our “national interests” there’s no better way than appointing one of their star commanders to rule over the department which dictates foreign policy.

This might also explain why Trump has publicly embarrassed the CIA by refusing their daily briefings. Trump has made it clear he does not value the integrity of their intelligence and with good reason. Looks to me like someone in the CIA fears for their cushy government job as Trumps inauguration day looms ever closer.

Clearly the CIA, the Council on Foreign Relations and all related globalist parties (like KurdISIS) have not given up on their pipeline hegemony dreams simply because Americans voted the wrong way and elected a neoliberal as their president who claims he opposes nation building exercises. The jury is still out on that one by the way.

So like wounded jackals, these deep state operators are lashing out at anyone they can to keep themselves in the game. In the hunt.

Unfortunately for those people in Turkey they will never understand, or may never understand, that this is less about Kurds and “Western Kurdistan” or Greater Kurdistan, than it is about global energy hegemony and the future of the LNG industry. They, like so many millions of others since 9/11 are the victims of the designers of the project for the new American century and the great pipeline wars. Kurdish autonomy is both the by-product and the smoke-screen.

If the grieving families need to look to someone for responsibility for this attack, like so many other victims in the Middle East, they need to look West.

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15 Responses

  1. Bro, when I get elected president you are FOR SURE my National Security Advisor!

    • that means I will have to give up my investments. let’s see… I got a car that is broken and hasn’t run for 3 months, a bunch of maxed out credit cards and an EBT card with $16 dollars a month worth of food comin to me. Let me think. I’ll take the job.

  2. Is all this insanity conditioning Americans for another False Flag, this one to be blamed on Russia?

    The House better drive a wood stake thru Hillary’s political heart, or that witch will continue to haunt us, with cries of ‘Hill in 2020’ coming back to haunt us.

    Some of the same idiots that scream about climate change would have no problem with setting off a nuclear WW III with Russia, which would be the greatest climate change ever.

  3. Hey Willy
    excellent piece, really wraps it all up- in the spirit of Christmas tying it with a shiny bow- I appreciate the link to. And tomorrow, I will repost part of this at my place- For today, we’ll let the Syrians take center stage
    Great job!

  4. Is police about revenues from tickets and fines? About the kick they get from beating up and killing people? Is it about companies that make profit from making police gear and that build prisons? I sit about police unions that want to keep jobs for its members? Or is it about the control of population on behalf of the ruling elite? It is all of the above but tickets are not the primary cause.

    The same is about oil and pipelines in Syria. Oil is not the primary cause. The argument of oil is used to induce less bright and rich (Qatar, Saudi) to pay money for the operation of regime change, a regime change not into a new regime but into a total chaotic destabilization like in Iraq or Libya. It was decided that all secular Arab states must be destroyed to take away any chance for Arabs to achieve a viable progress and join civilized countries. The only role for Arabs in the prepared for them screenplay is that of crazy terrorists and religious maniacs. How would you protect your pipeline when crazies are running around and you could have the blow it up at any tim for a moderate fee? Who is interested in having crazies around? Who was interested in supporting Muslim Brotherhood against Nasser in 1950?

    The oil argument is peddled by the left because it likes rational, based on profit and economy, Marxist, anti-corporation arguments. What happened to their arguments before Afghanistan? Where is the pipeline which according to them was supposed to be the primary cause of that war? What happened to Iraq oil? Where is Exxon-Mobil, Shell, BP in Iraq? Do they have any better terms than they had under Saddam?

    If the offer of pipelines was made in good faith Assad would accept it. It was money for him. And if Iran pipeline could be built he could accept it to and make some money for it as well.

    It never was about the pipeline.

    • not trying to contradict your point, but look into the “tapi pipeline” re afghanistan. it’s pretty interesting.

    • of course it’s about the pipeline. Look up the Trans Afgan Pipeline like mercury7 suggests. Look up the deal they offered the Taliban in 2000 and early 2001 before they launched the invasion. Look up the privatization of the Libyan oil industry after Killary attacked them and decimated that nation. Now Trump, Mr. “anti-establishment”, picks Tellerson as his new Sec. of State. It’s “petro-diplomacy” and yes, it’s a real thing.

      But it’s also about banking and privatizing central banks and getting them onto the global network of for-profit privately owned central banks.

      • April 25, 2006
        Is the US Waging Israel’s Wars? by Linda S. Heard

        Read the following strangely prophetic segment from an article published in 1982 by the World Zionist Organisation’s publication Kivunim and penned by Oded Yinon, an Israeli journalist with links to the Israeli Foreign Ministry.

        Yinon’s strategy was based on this premise. In order to survive Israel must become an imperial regional power and must also ensure the break-up of all Arab countries so that the region may be carved up into small ineffectual states unequipped to stand up to Israeli military might. Here’s what he had to say on Iraq:

        “The dissolution of Syria and Iraq into ethnically or religiously unique areas such as in Lebanon is Israel’s primary target on the Eastern front. Iraq, rich in oil on the one hand and internally torn on the other is guaranteed as a candidate for Israel’s targets. Its dissolution is even more important for us than that of Syria. Iraq is stronger than Syria. In the short run, it is Iraqi power which constitutes the greatest threat to Israel.

        “An Iraqi-Iranian war will tear Iraq apart and cause its downfall at home even before it is able to organize a struggle on a wide front against us. Every kind of inter-Arab confrontation will assist us in the short run and will shorten the way to the more important aim of breaking up Iraq into denominations as in Syria and Lebanon.

        “In Iraq, a division into provinces along ethnic/religious lines as in Syria during Ottoman times is possible. So, three (or more) states will exist around the three major cities: Basra, Baghdad and Mosul and Shiite areas in the South will separate from the Sunni and Kurdish north.”

        Today the US is actively engaged in weakening the Al-Assad government and is supporting opposition parties. If it is successful, experts predict that Syria, like Iraq, will fall victim to sectarianism and internecine conflict.


      • 2001-2015 US cost of war in Afghanistan: $700 billions
        2015 – Start of pipeline construction

        The pipeline will never recoup the cost of war.
        If they really wanted the pipeline they could have it for few billions paid to Taliban in 2000.

        They wanted a war not a pipeline. $700 billion was a profit to American and international companies but oil companies were not among them.

        • the Taliban rejected their pipeline deal because the U.S. said they needed to also include U.S. military bases along with the pipeline and along it’s route so that our “national interests” feel like their investment is protected. And as a matter of fact, many neocons wanted to blame Saddam for their false flag on Sept. 11th instead of bin Laden. They wanted to invade Iraq first, not Afghanistan. Even the Israelis wanted to attack Iraq first, but they went after Afghanistan instead, pushing Iraq to the back burner and putting it off until 2003. That’s because they had no deal with the Taliban and wanted that pipeline secured.

        • Look utu, we aren’t saying different things here. You seem to think it’s war for war’s sake and to some degree that is correct. But, they don’t pick wars for profits in places that don’t have oil, do they? They don’t pick wars for profits in places that are already on-board with our New World Order plan either… and what you fail to understand about my assertions about this ONE aspect of their efforts in Syria is this: oil isn’t just about profits for oil companies… it’s about hegemony… it’s about CONTROL.

          Look at what we are doing with the “pivot to Asia”. Is that simply about trade? Making certain logistical companies and exporters more profitable? No. That’s a BYPRODUCT but it’s not the ENDGAME. The endgame is control. Most of China’s fuel, imports and exports move through the South China Sea. Were we to be able to lock that down and dictate what moves through that very busy shipping lane, we could CONTROL China. We could dictate to them what they do, what they buy, who they lend to, who they do not. We would essentially own China.

          That is what the energy wars are about. It’s what they used to call “total global hegemony” in the Bush administration days. It’s what PNAC was writing about in their Rebuilding America’s Defenses paper. It’s the plan.

          Ruling by threat of military might doesn’t work so well in a connected world. We can’t just quietly destroy a nation like we did with East Timor back in the day and assume no one will notice. Clamping down on “fake news” on the internet will help them, but ultimately, that will only serve them in being able to control what certain, already controlled audiences see… not the entire world.

          So in order to garner and then maintain total global hegemony they need to control things like other country’s central banking systems and they need to control their access to energy. The Global Warming scam is part of this agenda.

          Just so you know, the oil wars are not simply about the profit margins of various companies, though it’s part of it. What is at the heart of it though, is control. Total world domination. That’s what the oil wars are about and that is why this particular pipeline is so important.

          • I am not saying that the wars are for the war sake. But the story that the war, say in Syria is for oil is intentionally a false narrative to hide a true reason. Qatar may fall for it and will give more for the war. Most people will fall for the narrative because it is rational, it seemingly explains how the world works. It is even possible that most generals involved in the war may believe it. But the truth is that this narrative hides much more awful truth.

  5. Regarding McCarthyism, last week Bill Mandel passed away. This will at least put a smile on your face if not make you raise your fist and go, “yeah!” The committee was just so totally outclassed. He just ripped’em a new one.

  6. Thank you Storyboarder, it seems we have come full circle, McCarthy must be laughing. Hopefully we will defeat them once more.

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