Terminators begin the final phase in Syria
April 3, 2016 by Thomas Wictor
The end is near in Syria. Thank the Terminators of the Arab League and its allies.
This quote is accurate only if you refuse to cooperate.
Listen, and understand! That Terminator is out there! It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity or remorse or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.
People forget what a brilliant film The Terminator is. I say that as someone who despises both Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron. But that movie is a classic. It plays on all your worst fears.
Thousands of Terminators are demolishing multiple enemies in Yemen, Syria, and Iraq. I now have no doubt that the Arab League is in Iraq and probably Lebanon too. People have told me that they don’t trust the Saudis. Well, have I got a surprise for you! In a moment.
Terminators always win
Every Arab League and allied soldier in Yemen, Syria, and now Iraq is a commando. He’s been trained in unconventional warfare. This is what they do.
They infiltrate enemy positions and wreak absolute havoc. Not only do they sabotage roads, communications systems, and weapons, they create such paranoia that the enemy begins to cannibalize himself.
Islamic State has killed 15 of its members in the largest execution of the militant group’s security services so far in Syria, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Sunday.
The killings followed the arrest of 35 members on Saturday in Raqqa, according to Britain-based Observatory, which monitors the five-year-old Syrian conflict through a network of sources on the ground.
The members were killed in connection with the assassination of senior Islamic State figure Abu Hija al-Tunisi, who died on Wednesday in an air strike, the Observatory said.
What happened was that the Terminators located Abu Hija al-Tunisi and fed him a missile from an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). This made the Islamic State think that there were traitors in their midst.
The Terminators are doing the same thing to the al-Nusra Front.
A prominent leader in al-Nusra Front, Al-Qaida affiliate in Syria, was killed on Sunday in an airstrike in the rebel-held Idlib province alongside at least 20 other militants including foreign jihadists, reports said.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed reports on websites that Abu Firas al-Suri was killed in a suspected Syrian or Russian airstrike on a village northwest of the city of Idlib in northwestern Syria.
Abu Firas, or Radwan Nammous, was a well-known figure who had many followers within the hardline group and who gave commentaries released by al-Nusra Front on sensitive issues ranging from governance to religious jurisprudence.
Well, he chose the wrong time to do all that.
Listen to me, everybody: There have never been soldiers as skilled as the Arab League and allied strategic special operators. They became Terminators by training. That’s all.
Oh, and they had Israel help them build new weapons.
But they don’t want to dominate others.
Terminators only when necessary
In Syria, Arab League and allied strategic special operators are helping local units. What you’re seeing is not a lie. When the war is over, the Syrian Democratic Forces, the Syrian Arab Army, and various other groups will rightly get the credit for defeating the Islamic State, the al-Nusra Front, and all other absolutist movements.
That’s how the Arab League is preventing the disaster that took place in Iraq from 2003 to 2008. The Terminators are invisible. They fly no flags, nor are their aircraft marked.
As unconventional warriors, the Terminators have done what’s called “shaping the battlefield.” Arabs are much more patient than westerners. Battlefield-shaping in Syria has been going on since at least January of 2014. The Russians had posted a video on YouTube which they claimed to show the Syrian Arab Army taking the town of Misqan.
After I exposed that video as fake, the Russians made it private.
The red X below is where the Syrian Arab Army was said to be defeating the Islamic State, but the green X is where the video above was filmed.
Maskan was taken by the Kurds on January 14, 2014.
In the video that the Russians have now removed from YouTube, you saw something in the sky.
In the Middle East, the United Arab Emirates Air Forces uses the GPADS. There isn’t a chance in the world that the US was supplying Kurds in January of 2014. It was the UAE. Two short men accompanying the Kurds wore FAST (Future Assault Shell Technology) helmets and knee pads.
They’re strategic special operators, probably Saudis.
The Syrian civil war began when Syrian Arab Army officers defected in July of 2011 and formed the Free Syrian Army (FSA). Turkey and the US supplied weapons and training. I’m not sure if the Arab League ever significantly supported the FSA. One reason is that FSA has ties to Hamas. Here’s Khaled Mashal on the left, holding an FSA flag.
The conventional wisdom is that the Arab League armed and trained Syrian rebels, but I think that the Terminators went into Syria from the beginning, with a plan to unify the country and pave the way for its peoples’ self-determination.
Terminators see the big picture
This is a very important development.
Yesterday a number of military organizations within the [Syrian Democratic Forces], including the Northern Sun Battalion, The Manbij Revolutionary Alliance of Euphrates Regiments, the Union of Euphrates Martyrs Brigades, the Cind El-Heramên Regiments, the El-Qewsi Brigade together with the Manbij Turkmen Battalion formed a joint military command to be known as the Manbij Regional Military Council. The announcement of the council’s formation took place on the Tishrin Dam and was attended by local fighters.
Following the announcement fighters called their families to give them the good news. Botan Turkmeni, a member of the military council and a commander of the Jaysh al-Thuwar from Manbij, told those assembled that “we will confront not only DAESH but any group that oppresses our people.”
Adding that the aim of the military council was to defend the peoples of Manbij and to clear the region of gangs, Turkmeni went on to say that “for this reason we have given our promise to the people of Manbij who has asked us to be liberated. We will liberate them from all forms of oppression.”
Jaysh al-Thuwar is without question comprised mostly of Arab League and allied professional strategic special operators. They receive no outside support, but they have their own air power, armor, and artillery, and they use new weapons called EMPFAE ordnance. Their level of training is astonishing. They can shoot as straight as a laser beam while running flat out.
The Manbij Regional Military Council pledges to fight all forms of oppression. This is an important point.
People have romanticized the Kurdish Peoples’ Protection Units (YPG). In reality they’re not as popular as you might think, given their militant Marxism, atheism, and ethnic loyalties. The Manbij Regional Military Council offers another choice. Those who join are not required to undergo indoctrination.
My biggest worry was the fate of the non-Sunni, non-Arabs of Syria. Today I learned to my great relief that they’ll all be fine.
Leaders of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s Alawite branch of Islam have openly taken a stand against his regime. In a document obtained by media, heads of the sect also call for peace after five years of war.
The eight page text advocates a future for Syria based on secularism and democracy, and implicitly refers to Assad’s regime as “totalitarian.”
“The ruling political power, whoever embodies it, does not represent us nor does it shape our identity or preserve our safety and reputation,” the anonymous authors write.
They would never have done this unless they had ironclad assurance from the Saudis. That assurance came in the form of deeds. I posted this before: Syrian Kurdish human-rights activist and co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Assembly Heysem Menai, visiting the virulently anti-Saudi, anti-Wahhabist Sunni Arab Shammar tribe.
His bodyguards are Saudi Special Forces, most armed with machine guns under their jackets.
The Saudis have done much more to assure the Alawites in Syria that they’ll be safe. Essentially, the Alawites now have Terminators as bodyguards.
It’s clear to me that the Saudis are also in Iraq, helping Shi’ites.
The anti-Islamic State coalition conducting airstrikes in Iraq and Syria has killed the Isis extremist believed responsible for an attack by militants on US troops in northern Iraq last month that left a marine dead, it said on Sunday.
Jasim Khadijah, a former Iraqi officer not considered a high-value target, was killed by a drone strike overnight in northern Iraq, coalition spokesman US army colonel Steve Warren told reporters in Baghdad.
“We have information [that] he was a rocket expert, he controlled these attacks,” said Warren, referring to the shelling of a base used by US troops near the town of Makhmour, located between Mosul and Kirkuk.
Only Sunnis could infiltrate the Islamic State and obtain information like that. Imagine the bravery and selflessness.
What’s taking place is pretty much a miracle. We’ll see widespread peace and stability in the Middle East within the next five years.
We owe it all to one of the greatest military and political figures in human history.
Saudis should be very proud.
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