Propaganda : KurdJewistan

An example of blatant propaganda in Newsweek – admittedly this is an opinion piece but serves to brainwash all the readers who are not paying attention -99.9% . In light of my previous exposure of Kurdjewistan , let’s markup this article ( in the style of Niqnaq).

The Kurds Have Already Carved Out Their Own State in Iraq

By Aziz Ahmad On 1/5/16 at 6:33 AM

When, in August 2014, the Islamic State—or ISIS—began to advance into Kurdish territory in northern Iraq to threaten the Kurds’ regional capital of Erbil, it forced U.S. President Barack Obama back into Iraq to protect the Kurdish enclave (why we protecting mass murderers ? ) . Backed by U.S. airpower, and through the prism of the war on ISIS, Kurdish leaders have advanced their aspirations for an independent state. Kurdish leaders say independence would finally free their people from the shackles of a fabricated state fused together by Western powers in the aftermath of the First World War. (and who are still drawing boundaries like good colonialists )

In their fight against ISIS militants over the last sixteen months, Kurds have lost territorial contact with Iraq—the region now shares just a 30-mile stretch of border with Iraqi forces and over 500 miles with ISIS-controlled territory (how nice that ISIS has created a buffer for JewKurdistan , I bet ISIS will defend JewKurdistan well from those evil Iraqis !) —and their political representation in the federal government in Baghdad today is largely ceremonial. To date the Kurds have reclaimed over 8,000 square miles from ISIS, including November’s significant victory in Sinjar. (strange they can whip ISIS without hardly a fight! very few videos of the battles and those that you do find are very light battles. Battles with the Syrian or Iraqi armies on the other hand are intense, and ISIS fights like demons with thousands of soldiers and massive destruction.  Isn’t it strange it is so easy for Jewkurdistan ?)

The emergence of Kurdish sovereignty was reinforced in October 2014 when 156 Kurdish fighters, known as the Peshmerga, crossed from Turkey into the northern Syrian town of Kobane to fight off an ISIS offensive. (wow! 156 whole soldiers and they save the town, now if they only had 300 they could take all of Syria from 75,000 ISIS fighters. and yet most people believe this crap because they read it – it must be true.) As Turkish leaders celebrated their Republican Day Kurds flocked to salute the Peshmerga in scenes that invigorated Kurdish nationalism. The symbolic victory in Kobane later led to increased U.S. military engagement in Syria.(could  it the other way around ? or as I point out in the Jewkurdistan article a ploy to break down the YPG ? )

The Peshmerga have proved to be the main ally and ground force for the U.S.-led international coalition fighting ISIS jihadists(Syrians and Iraqis of all religions left waiting for help . They would be ready allies, yet they are against secular Syria and hardly assisting the Iraqi government – some of whom say the US coalition are assisting ISIS ! So it is the US that has chosen their allies, not the other way around as this sentence suggests) . The coalition is supplying them with arms but Kurdish President Masoud Barzani says his fighters are not receiving enough for the war. Given Iraq’s opposition to arming the Peshmerga, all shipments are inspected in Baghdad prior to arriving in Erbil(what about all the secret drops and shipments- Iraqi authorities have discovered a number of covert shipments ? What about the Turkish army moving a brigade of tanks into Kurdjewistan to protect them ?) , further delaying vital military and humanitarian aid.

When six Iraqi military divisions collapsed in and around Mosul—Iraq’s second largest city—in the face of the ISIS advance (miracles of miracles ! ), thousands of additional Peshmerga were deployed to the oil-rich city of Kirkuk to fill the vacuum and seize its abandoned oil fields. Retaking Kirkuk—heavily contested by Kurds and Arabs—without a shot fired would previously have been described only as a pipe dream for Kurds. (oh yes, everyone just gave up billions of barrels of oil, the biggest and most undeveloped region in the world and just ran away without fight ! What a miracle.  Praise be to Yahweh! (and pigshit on Allah) ) In a matter of weeks, the oil fields were connected to an independent pipeline to Turkey to finance the newborn state. Today the region exports over 600,000 barrels per day beyond Baghdad’s reach.  (Turks love to finance and assist their arch enemies by exporting Kurdish oil-what happened to make them love each other ? )

Baghdad suspended the Kurds’ share of federal revenues in a futile attempt to thwart their ambitions and coerce a compromise. The Kurds believe, however, that direct oil sales are required to tackle growing debts, finance the war on ISIS and give shelter to over 1.6 million displaced Iraqis—mostly Sunni Arabs who fled from ISIS and about 250,000 Syrian refugees. (Complete rubbish. They stopped sharing the oil and so Baghdad slowed down the sharing. Since 2003, there has been a massive transfer of wealth from non-Kurd Iraq to JewKurdistan. This whole paragraph is complete bullshit and attempts to pull convince you to their side including the heart-pulling reference to paying for refeguees – ask the Yazidis what they think about the Kurds! )

Beyond its oil sales and strengthening army, the regional government also possesses a rare foreign policy that is more in tune with the West and its allies than is Baghdad. Like the U.S., the Kurds have called on Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad to go and have also trained some 6,000 Syrian Kurds to protect their areas in Syria. (yes they are with the jew plan to overthrow Assad The central government, however, is sharing intelligence with Syria. Kurds’ foreign policy has gained traction with Western allies in the Middle East and is why today Erbil enjoys better diplomatic ties with regional states, including Turkey and Saudi Arabia, than Baghdad does. (because they too are with the jew plan, but why ? maybe because they too are jew colonies ? ) This policy has also attracted significant commercial interests, particularly in the region’s rich oil and gas deposits. (well at least he tells the truth at last : the plan is to kill everyone and loot the oil like good jews)

Because the Kurds are landlocked they will need agreements with their neighbors to succeed. In the long run, Turkey will acquiesce to a Kurdish state by substituting its gas imports from Russia with guaranteed cheap Kurdish oil and gas supplies (yes big bribes paid with oil oney will do the trick like with the oil for sanctions program, but wonder what the deal is with the Turkish Kurds ? I guess they are not rules by jews so they can be exterminated ?) ; Iran will eventually recognize that it’s in their interest to have a Shia supermajority in Iraq( now we get the hint about the sanctions – the deal must have been for Iran to let Kudjewistancome into existence and the sanctions on Iran would be removed!!) ; and without a domestic Kurdish problem Iraq will likely be a peaceful and prosperous neighbor for Kurdistan.(but what about the oil ? – Iraqis don’t care for the Kurds either they care for the oil)

Kurdish aspirations have long exasperated not only Baghdad but ordinary Iraqis who accuse Kurds of developing a state at the expense of Iraqi resources. In absence of trust, both parties are reluctant to budge; Baghdad wants the Kurds to surrender their rights while Kurds—having achieved economic independence—see little incentive in return.

Now is the time to begin formal talks by setting a three-year deadline to settle differences and finalize an amicable divorce from Iraq. With strong support from the West, Kurdistan can remain a beacon for stability and tolerance and a bulwark against terrorism in the Middle East.

The Kurds have already carved out their state from the ruins of Iraq. All that stands in the way is a formal announcement. (yes, indeed – to the victors go the spoils)

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Now that the propaganda and lies have been laid bare, what will you ,dear reader, do anything about it ? Your political class has funded and armed crazies and  bombed the hell out of the place in order to create Kurdjewistan. All the political rhetoric is smoke and mirrors – they care not for democracy, nor for the war refugees, nor for anything we might consider good and beneficial. Pure greed and power – nothing else. The elections are a farce, both parties are parties of death and genocide in the service of the (mostly) jew worldwide empire.

Just like in Russia with Putin,  Kurdjewistan and Barzani are going to look an oasis with a glorious hero  – there will be peace and prosperity at long last, compared to the hell on earth that has been engineered so far. Once the place is under their control, peace returns, oil will go back to $75 and the jews will make hundreds of billions – life will be grand : Kurdjewistan will the golden garden of Eden surrounded by crazy, chaotic Islamic basket cases. There will be more war and chaos all around – can’t have the  animals actually get ahead . All future history will confirm to the engineered “facts” on the ground:  the great democratic and prosperous Kurdjewistan and the glorious jews of the Barzani clan are the paragon of humanity and development  in the middle east.  Yes, all the sheep worldwide will believe, and the few that know the truth will be labeled crazy conspiracy theorists .

Be a crazy lunatic – vote libertarian and not for the parties of death.

( PS: this piece looks like it was written by some junior, though credentialed jew (maybe not Ivy league, or could be Harvard but had to dumb it down some of the masses) at some policy think tank that has some words that spell peace or democracy. Yes,I  wonder how much Mr. Ahmed gets paid to fuck with the world and how much the jew writer gloats when he sees it in print  ?)

 

 

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