WEB Notes: How many of you have been paying attention? We have said over and over again now that ISIS is supported by the US and what we have seen in Syria is a proxy war against Iran. What is outlined in this article proves this once again if you are paying attention…
Now that “ISIS is defeated” the US plans to stay in Syria. Now why would they do that if the soul goal was to destroy ISIS? Obviously, that was never the goal. The goal was always to take down Syria and this article along with many others we have posted prove that. By the actions of the US they have proven this to be true. They have proven terrorism is a creation of the globalists used to wrestle control from the final few sovereign nations of the earth.
Instead of leaving Syria the US will stay in Syria and “establish new local governance”. We like to call that nation building, something they have been doing for years now. The war in Syria is not over, Syria looks to be divided now and that division will continue as long as US forces are there. Any “government” the US helps establish in Syria will support the globalists.
Everything we have seen in the Middle East has been about extending and finalizing the sixth kingdom, building the globalists kingdom. Now they are coming to the finality of that goal and that ends with Iran.
The US plans to keep its troops in Syria long after the defeat of ISIS – the goal used to justify their illegal presence in the first place – because the Syrian government and its ally Iran would “win” if they were withdrawn, the Washington Post reported.
“An abrupt US withdrawal could complete Assad’s sweep of Syrian territory and help guarantee his political survival – an outcome that would constitute a win for Iran, his close ally. To avoid that outcome, US officials say they plan to maintain a US troop presence in northern Syria… and establish new local governance, apart from the Assad government, in those areas,” the newspaper said.
If true, it means Washington will be actively promoting Kurdish separatism to spite Damascus and Tehran, while paying lip service to preserving Syria’s territorial integrity.
“The conditions are there for the counter-ISIS campaign to morph into a counter-Iran campaign,” Nicholas Heras of the Washington-based Center for a New American Security told WaPo. “By placing no timeline on the end of the US mission… the Pentagon is creating a framework for keeping the US engaged in Syria for years to come.”