MILDEC is an acronym that all Middle Easterners should know
May 21, 2016 by Thomas Wictor
Syria is the testing ground for new weapons and war-fighting methods. It’s also where MILDEC or military deception was perfected. MILDEC defeats the enemy without killing him or the civilians he uses as human shields. Until the end of time, armed forces will study Syria and the miracles that the Arab League and her allies produced.
I’m just going to point out something and let you the readers decide the ramifications.
Sudan, Eritrea, Mauritania, and Senegal are allies of the Arab League. All four nations sent soldiers to Saudi Arabia in early 2015. All four nations denied that their men would fight in Yemen.
I believe them. It’s clear that the Saudis and Emiratis trained Yemenis for the ground war.
These men had Coalition air power and Emirati armor supporting them. They were able to function as strategic special forces who defeated much larger enemy formations.
Here’s a video from Syria that recycles footage from the Battle of Palmyra (March 9 to March 27, 2016). Three screen grabs of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) are very interesting.
Those are black men. Not only that, their body language and gestures indicate positions of authority. Bashar al-Assad has no Afro-Arab or African allies.
In Syria and Iraq, the Arab League and its allies are staying in the background, even when caught on camera. It’s something that was learned in World War I. Before going into battle, officers put on the uniforms of privates and picked up rifles. They blended in.
Things are not what they seem in Syria. The war is with Assad, not with the men who once served him but who still want to defend their country as its national army. A name can remain the same while behavior changes, as part of a deliberately confusing deception intended to spare lives.
MILDEC at Shaddadi
The Syrian Democratic Forces (QSD) took the town of Shaddadi in Operation Wrath of Khabur (February 16 to February 19, 2016).
Shaddadi was vitally important to the Islamic State. It was a logistics hub between Raqqa, Syria, and Mosul, Iraq, and it was a slave market where Yazidi women were sold.
The Islamic State fortified Shaddadi to an extent never before seen in Syria. Over 2000 fighters were stationed there.
Bomb shelters under every house. How the hell did the QSD take the town in three days?
Well, they had help. A video shows some of what happened.
This isn’t an insect.
These things are perfectly square, and they have wings.
I call them Flying Black Boxes of Death because I think they’re suicide nanodrones.
Dozens of videos show them. They fly so fast and are capable of such violent aerobatics that they have to be autonomous. No human can be piloting them.
Back to the Shaddadi MILDEC.
One or two special-forces gun trucks.
Like this Saudi version.
Finally, the missile.
“Experts” say that it’s an American FGM-148 Javelin antitank guided missile (ATGM), but it’s not. According to France 24, these men fired the missile.
However, the red arrow above shows that the dust cap is still on the missile launcher. To fire a Javelin, you first have to take off the dust cap.
Also, here’s the explosion that an FGM-148 Javelin creates.
The missile at Shaddadi created a flat explosion, the signature of the new Israeli-Arab EMPFAE munitions.
Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service.
Somebody in Afghanistan (probably the United Arab Emirates).
These weapons incinerate explosives, preventing them from detonating, which is why burning truck bombs keep rolling.
Kurds are indeed fighting in Syria. And so are Arab League and allied professional strategic special operators.
MILDEC for social media
For some reason, even military experts think that the Arab League is going to telegraph all its movements.
What we’re seeing in the Middle East is an entirely new approach to warfare. The world has been conditioned to think that scrupulously honest daily updates from military spokesmen and women is how you fight wars.
Well, the Arab League is LYING about what it’s doing and what it plans to do. This form of lying is MILDEC: military deception.
I don’t know how many Arab League and allied professional strategic special operators are in Syria, but it has to be thousands. Each unit is almost certainly not in contact with the others. I can’t help feeling bad when I read things like this.
According to [Mohsen Rezaei, former chief commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps], several US, Saudi and Turkish generals “specializing in special warfare” have recently joined Tafkiri terrorists and “directed the operation in Khan Tuman.”
“Aleppo has now become a matter of prestige for Saudi Arabia and Turkey; hence, they are intervening there with full force. Aleppo, in fact, is the ultimate showdown between the resistance and invaders,” Rezaei said.
“The Syrian army is resisting only with the help of Iranian advisers,” he said, adding Russia had mostly withdrawn its forces after a six-month stint.
No. Iranians require generals to guide their every step. That’s why so many Iranian generals have been killed in Syria. Iran has centralized armed forces.
Arab League and allied professional strategic special operators are improvising almost everything they’re doing. Nobody has to give them orders. They’re on their own, like German General Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck.
Von Lettow-Vorbeck commanded colonial troops in German East Africa during World War I. For four straight years, he waged the most successful guerilla-warfare campaign in history, pitting his 14,000 men against more than 300,000. Fluent in Swahili, von Lettow-Vorbeck recruited about 11,000 Africans. He made no distinction between white and black soldier. Von Lettow-Vorbeck and his forces fought entirely on their own initiative, receiving no orders from Berlin and living off the land.
When a German warship was scuttled, von Lettow-Vorbeck salvaged the cannons and converted them to heavy artillery pieces, the only such weapons in the entire continent. When he needed supplies, he raided British and Portuguese depots.
Although the Germans signed an armistice that took place on November 11, 1918, von Lettow-Vorbeck continued fighting, finally surrendering on November 25, 1918. He remains one of the very few military leaders who never lost a single battle.
After his return to Germany, von Lettow-Vorbeck became an outspoken opponent of the Nazis. In 1935, Hitler summoned von Lettow-Vorbeck to the chancellery and offered him the ambassadorship to the Court of Saint James’s, which is the royal court for the sovereign of Great Britain.
“Go f*ck yourself,” von Lettow-Vorbeck told Hitler to his face.
This elderly former guerilla remained in Germany, openly criticizing the Nazis but surviving due to his popularity. He died on March 6, 1964, at the age of 93. Author Charles Miller asked the nephew of a colonial soldier if von Lettow-Vorbeck had actually said that to Hitler.
“I don’t think he put it that politely,” answered the nephew.
The spirit of von Lettow-Vorbeck lives on in thousands of fearless men liberating the Middle East. Keep them in your prayers.
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