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originally posted by: the2ofusr1
a reply to: seeker1963
Sometimes the truth is neither this or that but could be hidden away as to not tip the others off of the plan .
just something to consider and keep in the quiver of thoughts
While the US-led coalition’s airstrikes in the eastern parts of Syria have been told to have taken place due purely to an “accident”, the incident stands out as yet another unmistakable evidence of America’s dual strategy and potentially conflicting aims of countering ISIS and removing Assad from power in Syria at the same time. Hence, the strike. While countering ISIS has become a necessity due to the group’s presence in Europe and the attacks it has orchestrated recently, the objective of toppling Assad remains the primary most concern of the US’, and those of its allies’, strategy for regional domination in the Middle East—and the one that continues to prevent the US from co-ordinating its operation against ISIS with Russia and Syria. However, the question still remains relevant and the recent incident has made it even more pressing: why can’t the US militarily co-ordinate with Russia to cleanse the Syrian territory of the jihadists? journal-neo.org...
originally posted by: flatbush71
I've been waiting 2 or 3 days for this thread to be posted.
Israeli Intelligence debunked this with in 4 minutes of Sputnik Arabic posting the story.
It was only posted in Arabic, not English or any other language.
All related stories are based on the poorly translated Arabic version.
Buck, the Jew
Recall that is precisely how they brought MH17. A full court propaganda press, never ever proved.
U.S. Special Operations forces have begun partnering with Turkish troops and a contingent of Syrian opposition groups for a new operation in northern Syria, defense officials said Friday.
originally posted by: butcherguy
originally posted by: Forensick
You wont catch Mossad, CIA and MI6 in a bunker in Syria - they are handlers not fodder.
I would tend to disagree.
Every organization has expendable people that pull that kind of duty.
The article said officers, not intelligence agents. And it's been widely reported that we've had advisors over there.