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Erdogan Accuses United States Of Funding ISIS


Erdogan Accuses United States Of Funding ISIS


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused the United States of funging the ISIS terrorist group and slammed Washington for failing to fulfill the promise to withdraw US-backed Kurdish militias forces from the areas captured by om ISIS in Syria.

“They [the US] said they were fighting Daesh [ISIS], but what did they do instead? Gave Daesh a load of dollars… We do not want to enter into an allied relationship with them on Afrin. The United States constantly violated our agreements. In Manbij, in Raqqa. When we offered to work there together, they promised that not a single member of the PYD [Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party] would remain there, don’t worry,” Erdogan said.

Erdogan’s statement clearly shows a Turkish-US conflict of the interests in the Syrian war. While Washington contributes tireless efforts supporting the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces, Ankara opposes this move and cooperates with Moscow, Teheran and Damascus to limit the US influence.



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  • FlorianGeyer

    ” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused the United States of dunging ( FUNDING ? Dunging means something different.) the ISIS terrorist group and slammed Washington for failing to fulfill (fulfil ) the promise to withdraw US-backed Kurdish militias forces from the areas captured by om ISIS in Syria. ”

    South Front may wish to correct their spelling and the use of the word ‘dunging’ that contradicts the Headline of the article.

    • Brother Ma

      Florian ,you are right re dunging but fulfill is correct.it is only in uncle sams’s english that fufill is spelled with only one terminal l.motherland uk spells it with two terminal” l”‘s.

      • FlorianGeyer

        You are correct Brother Ma. In fact ‘fulfill’ and ‘fulfil’ are both appropriate I suppose , depending on the writer, ‘fulfill’ is the American spelling.

        ” Fulfil vs. fulfill – Grammarist
        Fulfill is the American spelling of the verb meaning to accomplish or to satisfy. Fulfil is the preferred spelling outside North America. Both forms are common in …”

  • FlorianGeyer

    The facts of the US collusion with ISIS are now being proclaimed from a NATO member. Surely the Western MSM must soon be unable to ignore this massive elephant in the Room ?

    • TiredOfBsToo

      Erdogan does seem to have failed in mentioning the weapons and logistics provided to the terrorists by the Empire, but I guess a NATO ally stating an inconvenient fact is better than nothing.

      • FlorianGeyer

        Possibly because the Turks have been supplying and aiding ISIS as well. Including the US Coalition command centre for terrorist support based in Turkey :)

        • TiredOfBsToo

          True enough… seems he’s beginning to understand the neighborhood he lives in. I for one certainly welcome his efforts at curtailing the SDF.

          • FlorianGeyer

            Yes, the next 6 months or so will be intriguing as the political events in the US, NATO countries,KSA, Israel,Turkey and Syria all interact with each other in different directions.

            I would imagine that President Putin has all the possible moves worked out on the chess board.

          • TiredOfBsToo

            Will be interesting no doubt.

    • You can call me Al

      The facts of the US collusion with ISIS are now being proclaimed by the US themselves.

      • FlorianGeyer

        And still the UN is silent:)

        • You can call me Al

          Good point; I think for me, the greatest shock, disappointment, disaster, worry is exactly what you state; this International law, the UN, whatever, can only work if all Countries abide by the rules – we have seen it countless times now, that the US does not.

          Without those rules, we shall have Anarchy.

          For me it looks like the UN = US = IMF = World Bank.

          There are going to be some very difficult decisions made shortly and some terrible happenings.

          PS and on the bright side…. my team didn’t lose, it’s almost Christmas and its almost New year.

          • FlorianGeyer

            On the bright side there are many nations in the UN who are de facto serfs of the US and her financial enslavement. As the US grasp on reality and power weakens , the serfs of the UN will I suspect become brave enough to speak against their slave owners and in time rise up against the US in the NATO forum.

            I hope so anyway :)

    • Alex

      “They”will ignore a 10 meter dildo going in and out of their butts when they have to and repeat the phrase, milk is black.

  • Pave Way IV

    Erdogan actually trusted the US?Oh hell… well, there’s your problem right there.

    • John Whitehot

      Lmao, can’t aruge with that

  • dutchnational

    Everyone knows, and it has been proven (but disregarded) that Turkey was the great facilitator of IS, allowing tens of thousands of islamists to pass and become IS fighters, delivering supplies, tending their wounded, buying on the cheap IS oil and proclaiming them to be just a bunch of innocent angry young men, as in 2014 by the then Turkish PM. So Erdogan is trying tor the big lie strategy.

    • Serious

      That was the time when Erdogan was an american puppet. He was just implemented the US orders. The US told him that they will not help the kurds. But, whoever trust USA is a dumb piece of shit.

    • Barba_Papa

      That was also the time when the West was using ISIS indirectly to strike at Assad. Anyone remember the first fall of Palmyra and the Western Coalition not lifting a single finger to prevent this?

      But you’re right, Erdogan saying this is hilarious. And the Russians, Iranians and Syrians should do well to remember that the enemy of my enemy is NOT my friend, just another enemy of my enemy. Trust this slippery f***er at your own peril.

  • Moussa Saab

    The real question for America:

    Turkey or Kurds?