Saturday, June 11

Well, now we know why French special forces are in Syria

French Forces Begin Construction of Military Base in Syria's Aleppo
18:19 - 10.06.2016 
According to a Kurdish source, French forces stationed in northern Syria have begun constructing a military base near the city of Kobani [also spelled Kobane] in Aleppo province.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – French forces stationed in northern Syria have begun constructing a military base near the city of Kobani in Aleppo province, a Kurdish source told Sputnik on Friday.
The French have begun constructing a military base similar to the US military bases… French experts and military advisers working in the region will be stationed there," the source said.
According to the source, French, UK and US experts are stationed in the city of Manbij in the same province to consult the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces militias.
SouthFront picked up on the Sputnik report and added this:
The [Sputnik] report emphasizes that French and UK special forces deployed to the Arab country in order to support the Manbij offensive of the Syrian Democratic Forces.
A Kurdish media outlet, “Rojava News” also reported on June 10 that France is building a military base near Kobane. The Rojava News cited some anonymous SDF sources.
SouthFront also posted the following comment about the report. I have a bad feeling the reader knows what he's talking about when it comes to the U.S.-Kurdish relationship in Syria.
The U.S. is so eager to steal Syrian sovereign territory that it now has other NATO cronies invading and squatting on Syrian land, reserving it for future U.S. resource theft and pipeline use. The U.S. was quick to claim Rmeilan as its private air base in the middle of the northeast Syrian oil field region, but they threw their second leftover desert airbase project to the French. Whatever the location, it must have some strategic importance to the secret Kurdish pipeline project planned by the west. French oil giant Total S.A. must have their own economic interests in the oil theft scheme, otherwise I wouldn't expect the French to have shown up out of the blue for their little piece of cheese.
This is a continuation of a longstanding NATO plan to carve up Syria and create a fake Syrian Kurdistan 'government' to sign off on western oil, water and pipeline deals. The U.S. lapdog PYD party is the core of that project. 
The U.S. isn't so interested in who steals the resources or where they go, as long as: 1) the formerly-Syrian resources are no longer under the control of the Syrian government, and 2) the stolen resources get exported and any used inside Syria are consumed at the highest prices possible, and 3) this somehow harms Russian economic interests. 
The intent is the final destruction of whatever government remains in Damascus and to ensure eternal civil chaos and terrorism. Just like the successful project the U.S. instituted next door in Iraq.
Forcing the creation of a fake Syrian Kurdistan is not intended to benefit the Kurdish people in the least. Indeed, it will have little benefit for them other than military and Stasi jobs. It will enrich the corrupt Kurds who claim to represent Syrian Kurdistan and provide plausible authority for western thievery. There is probably some money in this for U.S. contractors like Haliburton after Congress is bribed to pour billions into reconstruction (to ensure secure pipelines and profitable oil extraction). The primary purpose of the fake Syrian Kurdistan is to permanently weaken what's left of Syria, steal their resources and control what can't be sold elsewhere.


See also Why does France want to overthrow the Syrian Arab Republic?; October 12, 2015, Voltaire Network.


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