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« Respuesta #75 : 25 Agosto 2016, 12:53:22 »

Otra cosa: en el pasado se habló del apoyo de Rusia a las YPG, y algunos comentaristas sirios hablaban que de ese apoyo podía surgir una contrapartida en plan "federalización de Siria". Otros hablaban de ese apoyo como "adelantarse a USA para que estas no instrumentalizasen a ese actor".

POlíticamente el PYD tiene una oficina en Moscú.

¿ALguien sabe algo de esta alianza ruso-kurda, en qué situeción está?
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« Respuesta #76 : 25 Agosto 2016, 15:53:57 »

De esta intervención turca, tienen enorme responsabilidad Damasco (sino la mayor) x no haber aceptado la federalización, cosa q para cualquiera (creo) es más q evidentemente necesaria, y el único modo d mantener la integridad dl país.

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The Kurdish YPG have announced that they have withdrawn from the northern Syrian town of Manbij after it was only captured from ISIS two weeks ago.

The YPG command have announced in a statement that they have withdrawn to their bases and will leave control of the town to the Manbij Military Council with only Arab members of the YPG-led SDF to remain in the town.

It is yet to be seen if these YPG fighters will now engage with Turkish forces and their Islamist proxies who are conducting Euphrates Shield operation.

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« Respuesta #77 : 25 Agosto 2016, 15:55:13 »

Euphrates Shield operation targets Kurds, not ISIS: analysts
By News Desk - 25/08/20168

(TASS) The operation launched by Turkey’s armed forces in the border town of Jarablus in Syria, officially targeting the terrorist organization calling itself the Islamic State, is in reality aimed at Syria’s Kurds, analysts interviewed by TASS stated.
Turkey’s news agency, Anadolu, announced that the Turkish army on Wednesday initiated an operation to liberate the IS-held city of Jarablus, in northern Syria.
According to the television channel Haberturk, Turkish artillery and aircraft have already wiped out more than 80 targets, thereby providing support for the Syrian forces confronting the Islamic State.

Forestalling Kurdish advances

“An upsurge in activity by Syrian Kurdish armed units was what chiefly triggered Turkey to launch Euphrates Shield,” says Assistant Professor Vyacheslav Shlykov at the Institute of Asia and Africa Studies. Several days ago, the Syrian Democratic Forces, in which Kurdish armed groups play a major role, mounted an offensive towards Jarablus. Should the Syrian Kurds manage to clear the city of Islamic State militants, Shlykov believes, they will be able to easily move on and gain control of a significant section of the Turkish-Syrian border. “The Turkish army’s ground offensive is a forestalling operation, expected to outpace the advancing Syrian Kurds,” he said.
“The Kurds’ aim is to create an autonomy in the territory of Syria. For Ankara such a development would be extremely undesirable, to say the least, because the Syrian Kurds are tied to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, which Turkey views as a terrorist organization. It is no accident that Turkish officials have proclaimed the purpose of the offensive on Jarablus to be not only a struggle with the Islamic State, but also a crackdown on all other organizations, including Syrian Kurdish forces, which Turkey regards as terrorists,” Shlykov emphasized.
Yevgeny Satanovsky, President of the Middle East Institute agrees. The way he sees it, Ankara’s number one problem is not the Islamic State but the hypothetical risk that a Syrian Kurdistan may materialize. “According to the information available, the Islamic State terrorists’ positions lie some 20 kilometers away from Jarablus, while the Turkish army has so far confined itself to attacking Kurdish forces,” Satanovsky points out.
The Deputy Director of the Military and Political Studies Institute, Aleksandr Khramchikhin, believes that the real purpose behind the Turkish military’s operation near Jarablus is to furnish support for the so-called moderate Syrian opposition and to prevent the armed formations of Syrian Kurds from retaking this city and its environs from the terrorists.
“Upsetting the Syrian Kurds’ attempts to establish control of Jarablus is the main purpose of the recently-launched ground operation by Turkey’s armed forces. To camouflage its real intention, Ankara pretends to have begun an offensive against the terrorist Islamic State that it had supported for so long,” Khramchikhin stressed.

Vital interest

Analysts recall that the United States provides active support for Syrian Kurdish armed groups who are effectively fighting against Islamic State militants. The Kurdish issue will be high on the agenda of US Vice-President Joe Biden’s visit to Turkey, which began on Wednesday.
“Turkey began the Euphrates Shield operation not because it wants to annoy Washington, but because it pursues its own vital interest – that of preventing the Syrian Kurds from pooling together the territories they populate. Such a development would endanger Turkey’s national interests. In that sense, Ankara would not care what Washington may think. The stakes are too high,” says Satanovsky.
He believes that Syria’s President Bashar Assad is not interested in Syria’s federalization, as well. “One can even imagine the possibility Ankara and Damascus entering into negotiations to prevent Syrian Kurdish autonomy from ever taking shape,” he remarks.
Turkey formally notified Russia that it had begun Euphrates Shield. “I don’t think that Russia directly supported the operation, but the offensive was certainly coordinated with it, because Turkish aircraft are involved in the offensive,” Khramchikhin explained.

Is there enough stamina?

Assistant professor Vyacheslav Shlykov, whose dissertation was devoted to the 1971 government coup in Turkey, believes that the July coup and the ensuing purges in the Turkish military have by no means upset its combat readiness.
“Although the commissioned officer corps has suffered considerable losses after the suppression of the July 15 armed coup, the Turkish army’s combat potential remains the highest in the entire Middle East. And inside NATO, its level of training is higher than that of any other army,” Shlykov emphasized.
Among other things Ankara’s latest-launched thrust towards Jarablus is the Turkish army’s way of demonstrating to the world that it is strong enough to repel any threat to national security.

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« Respuesta #78 : 25 Agosto 2016, 15:56:54 »

YPG have withdrawn from Manbij two weeks after capturing it from ISIS
By Paul Antonopoulos - 25/08/2016

The Kurdish YPG have announced that they have withdrawn from the northern Syrian town of Manbij after it was only captured from ISIS two weeks ago.
The YPG command have announced in a statement that they have withdrawn to their bases and will leave control of the town to the Manbij Military Council with only Arab members of the YPG-led SDF to remain in the town.
It is yet to be seen if these YPG fighters will now engage with Turkish forces and their Islamist proxies who are conducting Euphrates Shield operation.

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« Respuesta #79 : 25 Agosto 2016, 18:22:09 »

YPG’s short term gain for long term loss
By Paul Antonopoulos - 25/08/20162

TURKEY - AUGUST 24 : An Infographic with the title "Operation Euphrates Shield", created on August 24, 2016 in Ankara, Turkey. The sources said that the operation, called Euphrates Shield, is aimed at clearing terrorist groups from the Turkish border region, tightening border security, and supporting Syrias territorial integrity. (Photo by Ahmet Tamkoc/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
The Asayish (Kurdish police) began its aggression against the pro-government militia force the National Defense Force (NDF) on 16th of August when it launched an RPG attack at a checkpoint without provocation. This was not the first provocation the Asayish have committed against the NDF in Hasakah in Syria’s northeast. This has been a long ongoing issue for well over a year with the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) doing very little to control the situation.
In fact the YPG had encouraged the Asayish’ aggression against government forces in Hasakah.What transpired were on and off battles lasting days and even including Syrian government airstrikes culminating the United States to boldly state that Syria could not conduct airstrikes within its own sovereign skies without risking a confrontation with the United States who heavily backed the YPG-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
Although on the Twitter-sphere I was attacked consistently by the YPG zealots, what has transpired since the expulsion of the NDF and Syrian Arab Army (SAA) from Hasakah?
Firstly, ISIS have led a very successful campaign against YPG positions in the southern portions of Hasakah province.
Secondly, Turkey have begun an aggressive campaign with its Islamist proxies to expel the SDF from the western portions of the Euphrates in an operation named “Euphrates Shield”.
Effectively, since the Asayish and YPG began its aggression against government forces in Hasakah city, the greater repercussions have seen them lose areas of southern Hasakah to ISIS and their campaign to connect Afrin canton to the rest of what the Kurds wrongfully term “Rojava” be destroyed by Turkey’s intervention.
Over a month of fighting ISIS in Manbij in which the SDF lost hundreds of militants, it was only announced today that the YPG will be withdrawing from Manbij leaving only the Arab members of the SDF in the town. Although the YPG have claimed these militants have withdrawn to their bases, it is yet to be seen to what degree the Euphrates Shield operation has contributed to this decision. Latest reports have shown that ISIS have committed attacks against YPG forces south of Manbij today.
It is well established that the Turkish regime have been engaged in a low intensity conflict with the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in the country for decades and that the YPG are just an extension of the PKK in Syria. It is no conspiracy that a Kurdish northern Syria constituting of Hasakah to Afrin is desired by the YPG and intolerable to Ankara.
This aggressive pursuit to statehood and the fracturing of the Syrian state explains the Asayish’ provocations with YPG blessing and support against Syrian government forces. However, the arrogance of the YPG would have blinded them to see that a double prong attack from ISIS in southern Hasakah province and Turkey and its Islamist proxies from northern Aleppo province was to be anticipated. Focusing all its energy in expelling government forces that consistently desired and sought a ceasefire with Kurdish forces exposed YPG forces to an ISIS and Turkish-led attack.
However, whilst YPG supporters were celebrating this victory over government forces, the YPG’s biggest backers, the United States, warned the YPG yesterday from advancing west of the Euphrates and to withdraw completely back to the east side of the river. US Vice President Joe Biden stated that Kurdish forces “must move back across the Euphrates River. They cannot, will not, under any circumstance get American support if they do not keep that commitment.” Effectively the “Marxist” anti-imperialist YPG had been betrayed by their biggest ally and largest imperial power the world has ever seen, the United States. This ideological contradiction is often overlooked and forgiven though by the trendy Western-leftists who continuously to unsuccessfully attempt to justify the hypocrisy.
Today Biden continued to reaffirm Turkey’s Syria commitment by announcing that the Turks are prepared to stay as long as it takes to defeat ISIS. However, YPG and PKK spokespersons have continually claimed that the purpose of the Euphrates Shield operation is to defeat the YPG and not ISIS. This is a fair speculation, however the YPG must question why their aggressive pursuit for statehood at the cost of Syrian unity is completely unraveling.
Although a potent and effective fighting force that has had many impressive victories against ISIS, the YPG have been completely inept on the political spectrum and understanding geopolitics. Foolishly they assumed they could march their away across northern Syria without any repercussions because of their alliance with imperialist Washington who are are operating illegally in Syria. They were soon stabbed in the back with Washington favoring to appease Ankara who have been warming their relations with NATO-rival Russia.
The refusal of Biden to allow the YPG to connect its Afrin canton to its areas of control east and just west of the Euphrates demonstrates a Washington backstabbing the YPG and no longer pursuing a policy of a united “Kurdistan” in Syria.
Effectively, the YPG sought for a short term gain in its statehood pursuit by expelling pro-government forces in Hasakah at the cost of losing villages in southern Hasakah to ISIS, swathes of territory in Aleppo province to Turkey and its Islamist proxies, and the imperative town of Manbij that the Arab members of the SDF will struggle to hold onto when ISIS decides to push for it again.
Its short term gain will mean its plans for the long term have been dealt a shattering blow. The shortsightedness of its arrogance has meant its slow contraction for its push to Afrin canton, and the YPG only have its self to blame for their predicament. Rather than being cooperative with government forces who have always attempted to maintain good relations with them, they have always sought to undermine them.
Turkey’s intervention in Syria makes no difference to the Syrian government as the land being taken by the Turkish Islamist proxies is just transferring it from one enemy’s hand, to another. But it has blocked any attempt for the YPG to create a “Rojava”. The Syrian government may have been willing to support the YPG against this double pronged aggression it now faces as it has done in the past where it provided arms and air support to the YPG, but it is unimaginable this could transpire when one considers the aggression the Asayish and YPG committed in Hasakah against the NDF unprovoked.
The above map shows YPG areas in yellow, the green shows the areas that the Euphrates Shield hopes to gain, and the dark colour is ISIS.
The Afrin canton lies to the west in yellow and as demonstrated, if the Euphrates Shield is successful, it will block attempts to unify “Rojava”.
As said by Chris Tchaik, it is the YPG’s inflexibility and arrogance with Damascus that has made Erdogan’s dream of a buffer zone be realized with the blessings from not only Washington, but Moscow too.

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« Respuesta #80 : 25 Agosto 2016, 18:54:48 »


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El KDP es un partido kurdo de Irak, y el KRG el Gobierno Autónomo Kurdo de Irak. EL KDP es el partido mayoritario en el KRG.

El SDF es una organización donde partidicap YPG kurdo-sirias y "rebeldes moderados".

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« Respuesta #81 : 25 Agosto 2016, 19:04:10 »

Ustedes empiezan a trabajar bien temprano, ¿eh?

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(TASS) The operation launched by Turkey’s armed forces in the border town of Jarablus in Syria, officially targeting the terrorist organization calling itself the Islamic State, is in reality aimed at Syria’s Kurds, analysts interviewed by TASS stated.

De acuerdo. Este artículo también expone las intenciones turcas. Y subrayo algo que me pareció lapidario:

"Primeramente, ellos (la SDF, siendo la punta de lanza el YPG), liberaron Manbij. Entonces fueron cortadas las comunicaciones entre Jarablus y Raka....inmediatamente después de que Ankara tomara la decisión de lanzar una operación militar en Jarablus. ¿Porqué Turquía se mostraba "cómoda" con la presencia de Daesh en Siria por años? Las intenciones de Ankara son obvias."

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Pues...no sé si lo mencionaron ya, pero me parece que los turcos estaban tomando nota de todo lo que ocurría en Manbij y la fallida operación en Raka. Después, luego de que el desgaste fue hecho por las SDF en la toma final de la primera ciudad, decidieron tomar Jarablus, ya que tal vez tenía una guarnición poco significativa...y aprovechando que el ISIS está muy abatido. Así, redujeron sus propias bajas a cero al tiempo que cerraban de cuajo cualquier posibilidad de crear un estado kurdo en su propia frontera.

Puro oportunismo.

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« Respuesta #82 : 25 Agosto 2016, 21:50:09 »


Largo artículo, pero vale la pena leer:

YPG’s short term gain for long term loss
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« Respuesta #83 : 25 Agosto 2016, 23:04:57 »

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Largo artículo, pero vale la pena leer:

YPG’s short term gain for long term loss
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Yo ya había puesto el mismo enlace poco más arriba, camarada Torres. No hay problema, por si alguien no vio el mio, ve el tuyo  Para ver el contenido hay que estar registrado. Registrar o Entrar Para ver el contenido hay que estar registrado. Registrar o Entrar

Otro artículo, este tomado de Katehon:

TURKEY CROSSES INTO SYRIA: UNIPOLAR CONSPIRACY OR MULTIPOLAR COORDINATION?
24.08.2016
Turkey
Andrew Korybko

It’s very fashionable nowadays for people to criticize the Kremlin for incompetency, and its recent history of controversial decisions coupled with the suspected liberal fifth-and-six-column infiltration of key national institutions gives plenty of ground for this, but sometimes people jump the gun, such as when accusing Russia of being ‘duped’ by Turkey. It’s interesting that no such criticisms are publicly leveled against Iran despite Tehran bending over backwards to Ankara during and after the failed pro-US coup attempt against Erdogan, but double standards are the norm when people engage in diatribes, and it’s always been the case that Russia has caught much more flak than anyone else whenever multipolar commentators critique their own camp.
This is the precisely the case with the news that Turkish forces have crossed into Syria, with the most common knee-jerk reaction being that President Putin was manipulated by Erdogan as part of some large-scale Machiavellian plot, though of course, without making any mention that this charge could more rightly be directed against the Ayatollah. Anyhow, the prevailing narrative among multipolar supporters appears to be one of grief and despair, with Facebookers pulling their hair out over how stupid Russia apparently was to trust Turkey and work on helping it pivot towards Eurasia. As popular and trendy as it may be for people to jump on the bandwagon and start railing against Russia, and for as ‘healthy’ as it is for people to let off some steam and vocally vent their frustrations every once in a while, there’s actually countervailing evidence that Turkey’s operation isn’t a unipolar conspiracy but evidence of high-level multipolar coordination.
To explain, as of the moment of writing (11.30am MSK), neither Moscow, Tehran, nor even Damascus has issued any statement condemning Turkey’s military intervention, and the website of the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) is noticeably silent about this development. All of this is very strange if one accepts the assumption that Turkey’s moves constitute an ‘invasion’ of Syria, since while the Kremlin critics might invent all sorts of explanations for why Moscow isn’t saying anything, less people can attribute a semi-plausible reason to why Tehran and Damascus aren’t publicly rabid with fury right now. Though it’s true that Turkey is even coordinating part of its operation with the assistance of US air support, there’s actually a novel, contextual touch to that which needs to be further elaborated on.
The recent clashes between the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the Kurdish YPG militia in Hasakah have been halted for the time being as a result of Russian mediation, but even when they were ongoing, many observers agreed that it’s not to anyone’s interests besides the US’ to see the SAA begin a full-on law and order operation against the Kurds, as this would dramatically impede post-conflict resolution efforts in retaining the Syrian Arab Republic’s territorial sovereignty and unitary nature. However, no such diplomatic sensitivities are present when it comes to Turkey’s capability to do this, since it’s globally known just how ferociously opposed Ankara is to the creation of a Kurdish “federalized” (internally partitioned) statelet all along its southern frontier. Hand in hand with this, most people are aware that the US is desperately trying to curry favor with Turkey and prevent its withdrawal from the unipolar fold, ergo American eagerness to publicly assist its Mideast partner in its latest operation.
To put it more simply, Russia and the SAA – for reasons of political sensitivity and long-term strategy – do not want to attack the YPG and proactively stop it from occupying all of northern Syria, whereas Turkey has no such reservations in doing this and is more than eager to do the ‘heavy lifting’, especially if it could con the US Air Force into helping it target actual terrorists on the ground during this time. The American intent in all of this is to prove that it’s a ‘loyal ally’ of Turkey and to contribute to the attempted reconciliation that Washington is trying to carry out with Ankara, though in this case, it’s being exploited as the ultimate ‘useful idiot’ in helping the Multipolar Community in its quest to destroy the second ‘geopolitical Israel’ of “Kurdistan”. Having said all of this, naysayers will still point to the fact that Turkey is not to be trusted and that the presence of any foreign troops or the ordering of any military attacks on Syrian soil without Damascus’ permission is a violation of its sovereignty and a breach of international law, which is certainly true in this case if President Assad didn’t coordinate any of this with his Turkish counterpart.
However ‘inconvenient’ it may be for the most gung-ho (usually foreign-based) supporters of Syria to admit, Damascus and Ankara have been engaged in secret talks for months now in the Algerian capital of Algiers, as has been repeatedly confirmed by many multiple media sources ever since this spring. Moreover, Turkey just dispatched one of its deputy intelligence chiefs to Damascus a few days ago to meet with his high-level Syrian counterparts, so this might explain the reason why Russia and Iran aren’t condemning Turkey’s incursion into Syria, nor why the Syrian officials aren’t loudly protesting against it either. More and more, the evidence is pointing to Turkey’s operation being part of a larger move that was coordinated in advance with Syria, Russia, and Iran. Nevertheless, for domestic political reasons within both Syria and Turkey, neither side is expected to admit to having coordinated any of this, and it’s likely that bellicose rhetoric might be belched from Ankara just as much as it’s predictable that Damascus will rightfully speak about the protection of its sovereignty.
What’s most important, though, isn’t to listen so much to Turkey and Syria, but to watch and observe what Russia and Iran say and do, since these are the two countries most capable of defending Syria from any legitimate aggression against its territory and which have been firmly standing behind it for years now, albeit to differing qualitative extents though with complementary synergy (i.e. Russia’s anti-terrorist air operation and Iran’s special forces ground one).  This isn’t in any way to ‘excuse’, ‘apologize for’, or ‘explain away’ the US’ opportunistic and illegal inadvertent contribution to this coordinated multipolar campaign, but to accurately document how and why it decided to involve itself in this superficially Turkish-led venture, namely because it was cleverly misled by Erdogan into thinking that this is a precondition for the normalization of relations between both sides.
Russia lacks the political will to cleanse the Wahhabi terrorists and Kurdish separatists from northern Syrian itself, and for as much as one may support or condemn this, it’s a statement of fact that must be taken into account when analyzing and forecasting events. With this obvious constraint being a major factor influencing the state of affairs in Syria, it’s reasonable then that Syria, Russia, and Iran wouldn’t vocally object too much to Turkey tricking the US into doing this instead out of the pursuit of its own self-interests vis-à-vis the attempted normalization with Ankara. The major qualifying variable that must be mentioned at this point is that serious Russian and Iranian condemnation of Turkey’s ongoing operation would signal that something either went wrong with their multilaterally coordinated plan, or that Turkey was just a backstabbing pro-American Trojan Horse this entire time and the skepticism surrounding Moscow and Tehran’s dedicated efforts to coax Ankara into a multipolar pivot was fully vindicated as the correct analysis all along. 
In closing, the author would like to refer the reader to his article from over a month ago about how “Regional War Looms As “Kurdistan” Crosses The Euphrates”, in which it was forecast that Russia would assemble a multipolar “Lead From Behind” coalition in pushing back against the US’ attempts to carve the second ‘geopolitical Israel’ of “Kurdistan” out of northern Syria, with it specifically being written that “it can be reasonably assumed that there’s an invisible Russian hand gently coordinating their broad regional activities” in stopping this. With Turkey crossing into Syria to preempt the YPG from unifying all of its occupied territory in northern Syria and breathing sustainable geopolitical life into the US’ latest divide-and-rule project in the Mideast, and keeping in mind the fast-paced diplomacy between Russia, Iran, and Turkey and the months-long ongoing secret negotiations between Ankara and Damascus, all empirical evidence suggests that this latest development in the War on Syria is less a unipolar conspiracy and more a multipolar coordinated plan to bring an end to this conflict and preempt the internal partitioning of Syria.

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« Respuesta #84 : 25 Agosto 2016, 23:38:35 »

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« Respuesta #85 : 25 Agosto 2016, 23:40:35 »


22:29 25.08.2016(actualizada a las 22:40 25.08.2016) URL corto 117502 ANKARA (Sputnik) — Militares turcos abatieron a un grupo de combatientes de las fuerzas de autodefensa de los kurdos sirios al sur de la ciudad de Yarabulus, en el norte de Siria, informó la cadena de televisión NTV que cita fuentes militares.
El 24 de agosto el Ejército de Turquía lanzó una operación contra el grupo terrorista Daesh en la ciudad de Yarabulus. En la operación también participan unidades de la oposición armada siria y aviones de la Fuerza Aérea de la coalición internacional anti-Daesh.
 Damasco calificó la operación militar de Turquía en el territorio sirio de violación a la soberanía nacional.
El 25 de agosto, el opositor Ejército Libre Sirio tomó bajo su control la ciudad de Yarabulus.
Las autoridades turcas declararon antes que las fuerzas de autodefensa de los kurdos sirios deben abandonar las regiones ubicadas al oeste del río Éufrates.
El vicepresidente de EEUU, Joseph Biden, comentó durante su reciente visita a Turquía que Washington privará de ayuda a los kurdos sirios si no cumplen las exigencias de Ankara.

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« Respuesta #86 : 26 Agosto 2016, 01:40:23 »

Análisis de South Front sobre la Operación turca Euphrates Shield y su intención de anular cualquier deseo kurdo de independencia:
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« Respuesta #87 : 26 Agosto 2016, 11:11:49 »

Tiene pinta que los EEUU y Turquía quieren a los kurdos al Este del Éufrates, distraídos en su lucha contra el ISIS, y al Oeste del Éufrates a terroristas "moderados" del FSA y radicales de ISIS o Al-Nusra presionando al Ejército Sirio, pues lo más importante para EEUU y Turquía es derrocar a Bashar al-Asad. Y sin ensuciarse las manos, nada más apoyando con bombardeos y facilitando armas a los infelices.
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« Respuesta #88 : 26 Agosto 2016, 13:02:36 »

Parece que... una cosa es usar a los kurdos y cebarles con propaganda y la hostia ("los que más hacen frente a ISIS") y tal, para que parezca que ellos sólo hacen algo (cosa falsa), y otra dejar que los kurdos se conviertan en un ente geopolíticamente autónomo poderoso.
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« Respuesta #89 : 26 Agosto 2016, 14:09:37 »

Los kurdos son guerrilleros comunistas, o simplemente de izquierda, que se dividen en dos grupos casi iguales. En Turquía, tenemos las llamadas HPG (Fuerzas de Defensa Popular), mientras en Siria están las YPG (Unidades de Protección Popular). Las primeras (HPG) son el brazo armado del PKK (Partido de los Trabajadores de Kurdistán), mientras que las segundas (YPG) lo son del PYD (Partido de la Unión Democrática). El tema es que desde hace unos meses hay también una especie de alianza entre una parte del YPG y ciertos grupos del FSA (los terroristas moderados). Esta alianza se hace llamar SDF (Fuerzas Democráticas Sirias) y al igual que los terroristas moderados del FSA, cuenta con el apoyo de los EEUU, pero también con la simpatía de Rusia.

La cuestión ahora es entender cómo EEUU es capaz de apoyar a los kurdos por un lado (que además son comunistas) y a los terroristas moderados por otro, siendo estos últimos los principales socios de Turquía en su lucha contra los kurdos. Y vaya si se han dado feroces batallas entre kurdos y terroristas moderados en el norte de Siria, y las que se vendrán después de ver las noticias...

Lo único claro hasta el momento es que las ratas moderadas del FSA son las más apoyadas por Turquía y  EEUU, dado su común propósito de contener a los kurdos, destrozar Siria, derrocar al gobierno de Bashar al-Assad y humillar a los rusos. Todo esto adornado con un discurso a favor de los valores occidentales en su lucha contra las "dictaduras" árabes (por Siria) y el terrorismo del ISIS (al-Qaeda).
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