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U.S. To Send Troops, Battle Tanks To “Secure” Syrian Oil Fields – Report

US Army M1 Abrams tank with Trophy Active Protection Systems (APS) and improved protection for machinegun operator.

The US is planning to deploy fresh troops and battle tanks to Syria’s northeastern oil fileds, Newsweek reported on October 23, citing an official in the Pentagon.

The unnamed official told the magazine that the US is seeking to deploy a half of an US Army armored brigade combat team battalion that includes as many as 30 Abrams tanks alongside personnel to key oil fields in northeastern Syria. According to the official, the plan is pending White House approval.

Northeastern Syria oil fields, including al-Rmelan and al-Omar, are controlled by the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). The official said that these forces will continue to be involved in securing these oil fields, the official said.

President Donald Trump had announced that the U.S. is going on with its plan to withdraw troops from northeast Syria. However, he said that oil fields in the region and the area of al-Tanaf in the southeastern part of the country will be kept under control as for now.

U.S. To Send Troops, Battle Tanks To “Secure” Syrian Oil Fields – Report

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When asked by Newsweek about the oil situation, one senior administration official said that the final fate of these resources was yet to be determined.

“The President has stated that we are going to have a residual force in the region to protect areas that hold the oil fields, as well as the base down at al-Tanaf, in southern Syria. Those are important areas to allow us to constrain the resurgence of ISIS. And there is some artillery benefit, of course, to Kurds and other Democratic Forces being in control of the oil,” the official said. “As far as how the oil will be sold and that sort of thing, that’s something that we’ll certainly look into and we’ll monitor going forward. And we’ll keep a close eye on that.”

The Pentagon has not commented on Newsweek’s report, so far. If approved, the deployment of such a large force would contradict the withdrawal process.

By keeping oil fields under control, Washington is clearly working to prevent the Damascus government, which is engaged in a deal with the SDF, from recapturing vital resources.

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  • DannyC

    if you’re an American like I am and you follow this site, read this article a few times if you have to until you finally understand why the entire planet hates us. We went from being liked in most places to being genuinely hated by almost every country because no one is dumb enough to believe we’re doing things for good reasons

    • Selbstdenker

      When US planned to invade Iraq (to bring freedom and peace :-) they were first thinking of naming it Operation Iraqi Liberation, but for whatever reason this was changed to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Maybe it was too obvious…

      • DannyC

        I remember back then when I was younger and I really bought into all that freedom and democracy for all stuff. But this government hasn’t been interested in that for a very long time. And it’s a shame that so many people here really feel our government is out there trying to do good for the planet. Because we both know better. Until most recognize that, we won’t be able to demand that it stop. They’re becoming so bold that they’re not even hiding it. “We’re going to withdraw but leave a few here to guard the oil”. I mean come on it’s shocking that people here fall for this nonsense

        • Lonesome Cowboy Burt

          That’s the thing, many people know what’s going on and go along with it or give endless justifications.. I question the sanity and morality of the people I live amongst, ie fellow citizens. Sadly, I don’t feel much kinship with them. The most atomized, divided people. I hate feeling that way. Wish things were different, that we were actually united, if we were presented with the truth and not so much obfuscations, lies and fairytales. I have no doubt people would rise up against our ruling class and most are good people beneath the conditioning, hallucinations of the ‘matrix’ we find ourselves navigating within.

          You know, as I know, how the PTB prey upon our good intentions, manipulating us to distrust one another, and worse. Bringing out, nurturing our worst qualities vs our best or better, more human qualities. This saddens me, apart from the terrible things our gov are doing around the world, and also here at home. That they make fools, a mockery of out of us. Manipulating us to be so far away from our true selves.

          I can’t help but think that there must be something about us that the PTB have to labor tirelessly, 24/7, to keep their ‘matrix’ or programming, conditioning schemes, games operating around the clock. They must fear what we are capable of, what potential lies within us.

    • badgery

      But the “being liked in most places” part of US history has been more of the exception than the norm. US imperial expansion has been earning the hate since the 1790s Ohio Wars…and still counting.

      • DannyC

        I remember 9/11. You had pretty much everyone on our side. Assad in Syria even called and offered help. Iran came out vocally against the terrorist attack. I’ve traveled to other countries and being an American people would think it made me “cool” most of the time. Now it will get you ridicule and scorn in most places. Because what we have done to this planet lately is just awful. Libya, Iraq, the amount of times we “accidentally drone bombed some shepherds house in Afghanistan”. The brazen coup in the Ukraine right on Russia’s doorstep. Arming terrorists in Syria. This list goes on. There’s no defending this stuff. So i’m almost stunned when I see the FOX News patriot crowd actually buy into this garbage that we’re going to guard the oil from ISIS in a country that wants us out. People really believe we have good intentions these days? I know better and it’s sad

        • badgery

          Agreed. Americans were cool from like 1944-1945 and again from 2001-2002. Hell, Iran and Syria were so eager to help after 9/11 they even “tortured some folks” for the cool guys at the CIA. My point was that the US in general, and the “FOX News patriot crowd” in particular, has been doing bad shit from the beginning.

          • DannyC

            most have. The UK empire at one point was truly awful. The French and Europe were rotten in Africa. A the Japanese were terrible in China. None have always been angels. But lately, we’re those bad guys. And that bothers me a lot

          • FlorianGeyer

            I found that the Zionist propaganda fails when one does a simple thing.
            Just listen to their propaganda and then project the stories back onto the US/NATO.

            For example, If the US says that Assad is killing civilians, it is in fact the US that is killing civilians as the evidence all too often shows.

            Once that lonely journey gets to the destination of Reality,it is easy to understand the abuse of language by the Zionists.

            “•
            https://www.investmentwatch
            89% of our Senators and Congress hold dual citizenship citizenship with Israel
            March 21, 2018 by IWB
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            89% of our Senators and Congress hold dual citizenship citizenship with Israel we are in Syria because of Israel ask yourself who is the real traitors to the country sacrificing American soldiers for the benefit of foreign country.
            Corporate U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives that are Israel Dual Citizens
            govbanknotes.wordpress.com/…
            Here is a list of US politicians who have dual US/Israeli citizenship. Note the head banking and policy advising positions.
            OBAMA ADMINISTRATION
            Jack Lew – Chief of Staff to the President; Treasury Secretary
            David Plouffe – Senior Advisor to the President
            Danielle Borrin – Associate Director, Office of Public Engagement; Special Assistant to the Vice President
            Gary Gensler – Chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission
            Dan Shapiro – Ambassador to Israel
            Gene Sperling – Director National Economic Council
            Mary Schapiro – Chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission
            Steven Simon – Head of Middle East/North Africa Desk at the National Security Council
            Eric Lynn – Middle East Policy Advisor
            PAST OBAMA ADMINISTRATION
            Rahm Emanuel (2009-2010) Chief of Staff to the President
            David Axelrod (2009-2011) Senior Advisor to the President
            Elena Kagan (2009-2010) Solicitor General of the United States
            Peter Orszag (2009-2010) Director of the Office of Management and Budget
            Lawrence Summers (’09-’11) Director National Economic Council
            Mona Sutphen (2009-2011) Deputy White House Chief of Staff
            James B. Steinberg (’09-’11 ) Deputy Secretary of State
            Dennis Ross (2009-2011 ) Special Assistant to the President, Senior Director for the Central Region to the Secretary of State
            Ronald Klain (2009-2011) Chief of Staff to the Vice President
            Jared Bernstein (2009-2011) Chief Economist and Economic Policy Advisor to the Vice President
            Susan Sher (2009-2011) Chief of Staff to the First Lady
            Lee Feinstein (2009) Campaign Foreign Policy Advisor
            Mara Rudman (2009) Foreign Policy Advisor Sources: White House
            112 CONGRESS (current)
            THE US SENATE [13]
            Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) Barbara Boxer (D-CA) Benjamin Cardin (D-MD) Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) Al Franken (D-MN) Herb Kohl (D-WI) Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) Joseph Lieberman (Independent-CT) Carl Levin (D-MI) Bernie Sanders (Independent-VT) Charles Schumer (D-NY) Ron Wyden (D-OR) Michael Bennet (D-CO)
            HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES [27]
            Gary Ackerman (D-NY) Shelley Berkley (D-NV) Howard Berman (D-CA) Eric Cantor (R-VA) David Cicilline (D-RI) Stephen Cohen (D-TN) Susan Davis (D-CA) Ted Deutch (D-FL) Eliot Engel (D-NY) Bob Filner (D-CA) Barney Frank (D-MA) Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) Jane Harman (D-CA) Steve Israel (D-NY) Sander Levin (D-MI) Nita Lowey (D-NY) Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) Jared Polis (D-CO) Steve Rothman (D-NJ) Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) Allyson Schwartz (D-PA) Adam Schiff (D-CA) Brad Sherman (D-CA) Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) Henry Waxman (D-CA) Anthony Weiner (D-NY) John Yarmuth (D-KY)
            And that’s just the democrats! I’m sure the republicans are just as bad if not worse, but it seems harder to find information on. Here’s another list: american3rdposition.com/?p=…
            Here’s an explanation of how this used to not be allowed, then the law was changed, and also points out many big-name dual citizenship holders in the Bush and Clinton administrations: http://www.viewzone.com/dualcitize...”

          • dutchnational

            Sorry but that is plain BS. Assad has killed tens of thousands in his killing and murder prisons, not to say anything about besieging and starving his own cities. A plain war crime.

            It is ok to be partial, but do not troll.

          • dontlietome

            I wish you would take a holiday there……………..and then see how long you would last.

          • Jens Holm

            Thats not the point. Cheep joke of the cheep kind. None hardly can see it in a microskope.

          • dontlietome

            Its not a cheap joke, I really mean it. I hope the white helmets tear your head off and shit down your neck.

          • grumpy_carpenter

            “besieging and starving his own cities. A plain war crime.”

            A siege of a city with civilians present is only a war crime if there is no military objective to the siege. If there are combatants in the city under siege the siege is legal. During a civil war two factions consisting of citizens of a country are at war so “his own cities” is meaningless.

            USA backed forces besieged Raqqa and Mosul during the same war. The USA also besieged Vicksburg during the US civil war so the USA has a longer history than the Assad regime of laying siege to cities during civil wars.

            You want to talk war crimes how about invading a country under what you KNOW are false pretences like the USA did to Iraq in 2003. Now THAT’s a war crime …. same crime Hitler would have been tried for if he survived the war..

          • Selbstdenker

            And the US is very creative when it comes to circumvent rules. In Germany during WW2 for example, the captured German soldiers were not treated according to the Geneva convention. Reason for that was, that Eisenhower decided to name them not POW Prisoner of war, but Disarmed Enemy Forces. This was no name used in the Geneva convention, hence US did not give them the basic rights and treatment. Rheinwiesenlager is a good search term to get more info on This US war crime. Killed another million German people after the war officially ended in Europe.

          • Jens Holm

            You have a very selective version only. Normally habits are compared to better worse or same. But oh no Mr Pieper.

            You might not have heard what germans and Russians did during WW2 for and against prisoners of war incl. civilians.

            When Germans was close to arrive to Ukraine not a single jew was evakuated and germans took almost all. But of course they are jews and not even armed.

          • dutchnational

            When Russia atracked Poland and the Baltics and finland in 1939, the Finns beat the Russians. Russians took most Polish soldiers prisoner and took the imprisoned polish officers to the forests of Katyn, where the executed some 20.000 polish officers. This is one of the major reasons why Poland is still anti Russian and why most polish people hate Russia. In 1942 most polish soldiers were handed to the brits and they fought with the allies. Those brave polish soldiers fought in the front of the armies liberating the south of the Netherlands in late 1944. There are major polish warcemeteries there. Each year they are commemorated.

          • Jens Holm

            Blaming USA for several millions died by less food and hardly no medical care makes me puke too.

            At that time USA for Years had given all food they had extra for GB as well and they sendes many shiploads to Russia.

            Who started WW1 and didnt give up until not even their armies could be ffed. Germans did. Here the army could take any food and all of ot from any person, farm, shop amd village.

            Foiod was theonly thing they should not ask for.

            Who did exact the same ting for WW2 by their many submarines and who was the attacker. Germans was. When americans came those millions already had starved for Years.

            And why dont You mention Russians. They took Eastern Europe all tha way to Berlin. I hve known people from Polen and Lituania. They hardly got any food from Russia, because the Russians didnt have much.

            Of course the many NON GERMANS starved to death with none or hardly medical care are not even mentioned many jews included.

            People of Your dirty kind makes me puke.

          • dontlietome

            You obviously lived on a different planet………………..the events you speak of never happened, only in your schizoid mind.

          • Bill Wilson

            That’s bullshit. The US was caught off guard by the huge number of German troops that surrendered plus by the huge number of starving civilians in NE Europe. All of them had to wait for shelter, foodstuffs and medical supplies to be gathered up then shipped in from the USA.

          • dutchnational

            In fact this is not the whole of it. In winter 45 occupied Netherlands was starving and the region was cut off from Germany. Neutral swedish planes airlifted foodstuffs to the starving population.

            My parents were young at the time and told me later of eating flowerbulbs and beets ment for cattle.

            The Netherlands is still gratefull for the aid given by Sweden in that dark time.

            A late note on this. Mass transport of food at the time was difficult as many of the major ports were in german hands till the end and much of the port infrastructure of all ports in north western Europe was destroyed, damaged or unusable, including many railways.

          • Vitex

            Let’s remind Dutch National that his own royal family sold oil to the Nazis while they were invading Holland.

          • Jens Holm

            So what. Turkey sRld germans nikkel until the Russians took Roumania in 1945.

            USSR traded with the Nazis as main until Germans attacked them.

          • dontlietome

            And the Rothchilds financed the Germans from the beginning right up to the end of the war………………. and that is a indisputable fact.

          • dutchnational

            Forget your hostility to the US. Besieging a city and specifically targeting civilians, hospitals and schools is a warcrime. US did not specifically target hospitals and schools, unless in military or terrorist use. Assad did and even focussed on hospitals, frequently reported by aid agencies.

            You csn dislike me as much as you want, but it will not change facts. Both Russia and Turkey did exactly the same, though on a lesser scale.

          • grumpy_carpenter

            Yea right.

            When the USA bombs or beseiges a city they use ethical smart weapons that can detect a civilian from a combatant and only kills bad guys (because they wear black hats) while America’s enemies …. who are psychopathic orcs …. target only schools and hospitals with cruel weapons specifically designed to kill children in the most horrible ways.

            We’ve all heard that story ad nauseam but only fools believes that the nation that is taking great pains to defend the oil in Syria while throwing their allies to the wolves and failed to even consider civilian security in Iraq after their 2003 invasion are somehow have more concern for civilian lives than their competitors.

            Here’s a fact. Smart bombs cost on average $230,000/ea while smart artillery shells cost $140,000 ….. ordinary artillery shells cost $1000 / ea The USA bombarded Raqqa with artillery and aerial bombs day and night for 131 days. If you believe the spent their entire military budget on precision guided munitions just to save a few civilians you are indeed an idiot.

            Here’s another fact. When you are immensely out gunned and trying to survive in a beseiged city you build your HQ and bunkers in or under schools and hospitals so you can claim your enemy is bombing civilians.

            I’m just amazed that some people are fooled so easily fooled by propaganda. No military force in the world spends valuable munitions targeting women, children and aid workers unless they are or are shielding enemy assets. It’s just a waste of munitions and a PR disaster as well as being militarily useless.

          • grumpy_carpenter

            “Assad did and even focussed on hospitals, frequently reported by aid agencies.”

            In a city under siege there are going to be civilian casualties. It’s a well know fact that in every modern war civilian casualties outnumber military casualties by a large margin.

            Unless you specifically see someone cut a civilians throat or hear an order to fire on civilians how do you tell if civilians are intentionally targeted or are just unfortunate?

            Members of aid agencies have their opinions but they have no way of knowing if civilians are intentionally targeted or not. Aid agencies are not always neutral third parties and have been known to harbour spies and also have been know to to even smuggle weapons, money and other aids to combatants.

            So unless you have conclusive evidence of war crimes …. as in written orders, intercepted communications, or multiple eye witnesses of a direct killing you’ve got fuck all. This has also been the USA’s defence …. “white phosphorous is only used for illunination” …. “we had intelligence it was a terrorist meeting not a wedding” …. “US forces NEVER intentionally target civilians”.

          • Selbstdenker

            This is plain propaganda. How many tens of thousands should that be? You had never been or lived in Syria, and dont know anything of the country or the Syrians.

          • Jens Holm

            You dont has to live in a country named as Muhammed Ali or whatever in Syria to know rthings like that by many kinds of proff as well as indications.

            It has been like that in decades, so it adds up in the Dutchmational level. And we do have a lot of witneses now living outisde fx Syria.

            Some of course are liars and not familiar with the rest of Syria. Most of them knows well for family and friends threats and their families being hostages getting represalies.

          • dutchnational

            Have you been?

          • Selbstdenker

            Yes. I lived in Damaskus in 2004 to 2006 and worked for a German company there.

          • gustavo

            You watch too much FOx news and CNN.

          • Jens Holm

            SadAs has killed tens of thousands in his killing and murder prisons, not to say anything about besieging and starving his own cities. A plain war crime.

            Telling thos is about CNN and Fox telling it just tell, how low Your own knowledge level is about it.

          • dutchnational

            Sorry. No Fox news in the Netherlands.

          • Jens Holm

            They are not alowed to write about it.

          • FlorianGeyer

            Proof of the prisons please, and as for starving cities, throughout the conflict the Syrian government has sought to enable civilian traffic and food etc in and out of these cities. Aid agencies were also allowed to reach these cities that were the source of shelling, by head chopping terrorists supported by the US and NATO, on civilians on a regular basis within the Government controlled areas.

            Even supplies of cement and steel eyc needed to build the hundreds of miles of tunnels and bunkers within the terrorist enclaves were delivered there.

            Cement production and steel production requires massive facilities and very few are within Syria.

          • dutchnational

            In fact, one of the people in those prisons defected and took many reports and documents with him. This has been widely reported. You can find this easily by googling.

          • dutchnational

            Many aid agencies have reported on NOT being allowed into the starving cities. There were many reports on children dying of starvation in Ghouta. Are you willingly blind or just trolling?

          • FlorianGeyer

            The aid agency trucks that were stopped were those containing contraband from Turkey. Everything in the West is now at risk of being politicised, including Aid Agencies and the OPCW. So called Charities have become an international scam with highly paid executives with a Common Purpose.

            I will leave you to troll us here with more of your Zionazi propaganda.
            Goodbye.

          • dutchnational

            Easy to excuse yourself like this. To me you are the troll. Spouting easy falsified propagand and, in the Goebbels and Turkish way, accuse another of what you are doing yourself.

          • Jim Martin

            How do you post a picture here?. I did once

            There is a infamous picture on a wall written by an Assad Regime thug and war criminal and also appeared on CBS 60 minutes “Bow or starve” There is not place for Assad, his thugs in Syria; only at the ICC in the Hague. Do you think the Dutch will provide them with Fresh Towels?

          • dontlietome

            Excellent research ! Respect. 89% of Congress…………….The Yanks need to incarcerate those traitors.

          • Jens Holm

            Very good censurship totally ignoring Asads and Russians dayli bombarde Idlibs hard with anything, thay have…

          • dontlietome

            ………..BECAUSE IDLIB IS FULL OF TERRORISTS YOU FUCKING IDIOT.

          • Tommy Jensen

            So any weirdo can enter the country, get dual citizenship and elect President within a couple of years. Why haven’t Vietcong and Kim thought about that possibility before,

          • FlorianGeyer

            The constant stream of illegal migrants is in fact already altering the voting results within the US and as more illegals are given voting rights , that INTENDED process will develop until the Ethnic American Indians, whoops, sorry, the white European settlers of the US , become a minority, Tommy :)

          • Zarathustra

            None of that would be possible without the white guilt complex and radical individualism. There isn’t anything wrong with individualism itself, except when the individual’s desires jeopardize the well being and survival of his or her’s nation and people.

            “Modern man defends nothing energetically except his right to debauchery.”
            –Nicolás Gómez Dávila

            “The Boomer Conservative is okay with the loss of his homeland as long as the value of his stock portfolio increases and he gets to watch a foreign country getting bombed on Fox News.”
            –Paul R. Ramsey

            https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1185286151910805504.html

          • Ceasar Polar

            In 2002/2003 americans looked like fools, totally victims of the kikes the world already knew that the kikes did it and the muslims/saudi didnt have even remotely the capacity to conduct something as big as 9/11. The nano-mites blow the lid. The melted steal as well. Every one and his mother know that kerosene cannot melt steal.
            So the respect of the US fell down considerably from the point (from Russian, Chineese, and the rest of the world perspective) the US was now zionazi a endeavor. The nazis did the same before attacking poland they destroyed their own parliement (Reichtag) for their public approval to attack Poland. Every one had that in mind, ZioNazi USA did it, and now wants to go to Irak. Shortly after a US military spoke out about a memo to attack all 7 countries (irak, afghanistan, libya, yemen, somalia, syria and then finish with iran) at that point the whole world knew that the US was turning into the 3rd reich and not to be trusted.

          • Jens Holm

            Ypu dont know much about our world incl. USA. Very strange, because Internet gives You easy entrence even YOu cant come.

            You not even have language for, what we are and do but act with childisme like those little ones shouting for icecreme.

          • Ceasar Polar

            Danish brainwashed kiddo that believes that the NWO is the better evil order. I traveled all 5 continents, i seen many many many cities, lingered in North America for 10 years.

            I have 0 respect for ZioNazis-Eu-Fags like you scandinavian-disgrace to your ancestors.

            So shut up and learn, all that fed you were lies lies lies lies.
            If you think the US is working for the better good and the zioNazi (anglo-saxon empire) is positive, you are superb Goyim, very well conditioned to think that way.

          • dutchnational

            Racist namecalling does not make you right, even proves a weak intellect. You do not seem to have thought out arguments. Just trolling BS.

          • Ceasar Polar

            Who puts his nationality on a name tag ? Let me guess a zionazi troll.
            NWO is a ZioNazi endeavor, the EU was a Hitlerian idea, all EU-fags are vassals of Zionazi agenda. Supporting Nazis in Ukraine, supporting nationalists in Occupied Palestine (which is a jewish adapted version of nazism).
            It is whether you open your God damn eyes and see truth, or KYS good bye.

          • dontlietome

            And you don’t know anything, nothing, not the slightest of anything . You can’t express yourself coherently, neither can you spell , you write like a drug addict who is still high. Your schizophrenia shines right on thro’.

        • Lonesome Cowboy Burt

          That said, I believe Assad refused to assist the US with their war on Iraq in 2003. I’m starting to lose my mind the more I learn how fucked everything is, and actually *was all along.

          • Hide Behind

            Syria did aid US in war upon Iraq I, it pulled out when US imposed a non UN sanctioned “No Fly Zone”.
            In fact in Iraq War I Syria aided US, France, Brits and Canada, and was critical of US going beyond UN mandate that allowed Saddam’s forces to be thrown out of Kuwait, and was critical of US attacking retreating Iraq forces once they crossed Back into Iraq border.
            In Iraq 1 the crossing Kuwait and Iraq border by US and allies military was way outside of UN mandate.
            If one gets into real international and UN guidelines, the invasion of Afghanistan was done by US before their norm timelines.
            Cheney/ Bush, BRITS, NATO and PNAC neocons were afraid of having their intents to invade Afghanistan stymied by allowing Afghan government, tribal leaders to meet and decide to turn over bin Ladin.
            bin Ladin was non Afghan true but under the prevailing Islamic sects of all parties there, only if bin Ladin had broken Islamic laws could they turn him over to infidels.
            They had agreed with UN proposals to meet and decide.
            Privately almost all Government and Tribal leaders had already told US and BRITS bin Ladins action were illegal by their standards and if the , US grabbed or killed him, in manner of it being a “Blood Debt”, they would not put up much of a fuss.
            US and BRITS had already a large number of Spec Ops and intelligence assets in country aiding Afghans war on drug lords, while using drug money for years in arming Northern Front forces.
            International laws mean nothing to those of US Empires whose bloodlust and Greed is their only reason for existence.

          • Lonesome Cowboy Burt

            Iraq war I, you may be correct. I had stated about the 2003 Iraq war. I had heard about Assad’s gov aiding the Cia with torture renditions, etc but I’ve not seen any evidence to back up those claims.

          • Jens Holm

            Turls refused a lot too as I recall it.

        • dontlietome

          “I remember 9/11. You had pretty much everyone on our side. Assad in
          Syria even called and offered help. Iran came out vocally against the
          terrorist attack.”…………….Do you think they knew that Israel was behind it ? America needs to be rid of that cancer.

          • DannyC

            at first, no. I think once time went by it became obvious that it was Israel and some help from Saudi Arabia. I think Iran and Syria genuinely felt it was the worlds fight to rid the planet of Wahhabism. I think they, like we started to see it was a ploy by some to get the US to do their dirty work in the Middle East

          • dontlietome

            Take a listen to the message of Tulsi Gabbard who is a democratic candidate who is running for POTUS. She speaks with great humility and wisdom about the path that the USA should be taking at this point in time, she impresses me, as does Andrew Wang. I do not support a person on account of the party they are affiliated to, but much more their message and aims for the improvement of the “Burgers” lives.

          • DannyC

            my only issue with her is her economic policies are impossible to implement. As far as her anti war and anti establishment stance, I love her for it definitely

          • dontlietome

            Please, if you have the time and interest, explain why you believe her economic policies are impossible. Put simply, if the USA is not at war, anywhere, then surely there has to be a surplus of money around ? Surely construction could absorb all the manpower released from the bloated armed forces. Look at what China has achieved and then when you compare the simply 3rd world state of the infrastructure, I cannot see why the USA does not have a Hi-speed rail network that connects to every city in the US, or why you don’t have the fastest freight rail system in the world ? It just needs investment in people and the country. Growing up in the U.K. I was amazed as a child , at the high standard of the Health service ………….. and it was FREE, albeit financed from our taxes……………. but it was worth every penny !

          • DannyC

            growing up in the UK my guess is your parents and maybe even you have middle class jobs. Most people in the UK at one point did. Here as well. But, those middle class jobs are now gone in America. My dad made 100k a year and was able to buy a house and support a wife and two kids 25 years ago. Fast forward to now, and I make 100k as well. Yet i can barely afford to feed myself and my girlfriend in New York City and pay rent on our tiny one bedroom apartment plus car payment and bills. And i’m one of the luckier ones. Most people in America are either rich or poor. No more middle class. We can’t afford healthcare for every person here illegally who doesn’t have a middle class job. You couldn’t do it in the UK if you had the size of the population we do. France is now struggling with it. Too many people not paying into the system. As far as her touching the military budget to put for it, they’d assassinate her immediately. Way too much corruption there for her to challenge it

          • dontlietome

            Mmmmm, I actually came from a relatively poor background and went without many things in my childhood. But I am not complaining, the currency was very strong and we were able to make ends meet, right up to the time when I started an apprenticeship and began to work. You are correct about the middle class, it is being whittled away thro’ high taxation and the falling value of the currency. Add to this, the emigration of the white educated classes to Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the newly opened eastern Europe. Add to this the recent immigration of uneducated, unemployable so-called refugees, and it is easy to see that the public purse is very much under strain. Will BREXIT fit it for the folk in the U.K. your guess is as good as mine. I think it will take a strong leader to make the Military bite the bullet and accept a reduction in the size of its military, but the fact is, you can only cut the cloth to suit your means…………….and it HAS to happen. ( Just my opinion ). I wish you well and hope your general lot improves for you and yours. Thanks for the eye opener.

          • Ceasar Polar

            One thing for sure, man cant be paying for wife/gf anymore like our dads did. They have to be working as well, and contributing to their share of expenses. Equality for all right ? ;)

          • Ceasar Polar

            Dont believe 1 second American promises during election campaigns, they will say anything to be elected. Once they become president, they realize who really controls the US, and foreign policy. See how Trump tried to pull his troops from Syria ? They didnt execute his orders. Zionazis-scums control the US from top to bottom, not the US presidents those are just tools/puppets for them.

          • Jens Holm

            Maybee You should make a new battery of zink and cubber to Your thinker. Remeber H2SO4.

          • dontlietome

            WIPE THE DROOL AWAY FROM YOUR INBRED MOUTH…………….MAYBE YOU SHOULD WASH IT OUT WITH A LARGE MEASURE OF BUCKSHOT.

          • Jens Holm

            Israel wasnt behind it.

          • dontlietome

            ISRAEL ORCHESTRATED 911……………..EVERYONE WITH MORE THAN 1 BRAINCELL KNOWS THAT…………….EXCEPT YOU.

          • Ceasar Polar

            The dancing israelis ? I think you were one of them 😂

          • Ceasar Polar

            Zionist troll living in Hebron (Occupied Palestine) detected.
            Scandinavian clothing, rocket nose detected.

          • Ceasar Polar

            I think at that point Americans were in coma-state like, where the rest of the world quickly realized the mossad/cia-israelis were behind 9/11. Now even 18 years later they still dont allow a true investigation. Even with Trump (the so called the swamp cleaner) didnt do a think to expose the zionazis-scums.

        • Ceasar Polar

          The junk food, the fluoridated water, the GMO food, the geo-engineering, the chemtrails (and whatever new poison they now spraying for mind control besides the nano aluminium and barrium) , the Hollywood brainwash machine, the music industry, the hypnotists on news TV (called anchors), the troll squads on social media, the paid trolls and shills that push the controlled narrative, the blue dots twitter confirmed sellouts that spit any lie they send them and much more

          That is how some very weak/stupid/brainwashed humans can believe all the lies they sell them.

          • Jens Holm

            As usual the rest is not there at all.

        • gustavo

          ¿ LATELY ? NOT MY FRIEND, ALWAYS ! ¿ OUR SIDE ? not my friend Bush treated everybody in the world. Have you forgotten “If your are not we USA, then you are against us ! On the other hand, Twing tower was a demolition process, and it was not a strick plane effect. Finallly, “WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION” supported for all north-american people to destroy Iraq andto take over its oil resources.

          • Jens Holm

            THe glass went full for them and partly us. It didnt matter if it was the nice person Saddam attcking both Iran and Kuwait or not.

            I fx remember a battleship in Yemen – Aden.

        • Zarathustra

          Ordinary Americans aren’t responsible for ZOG’s actions.

    • Lonesome Cowboy Burt

      It is extremely demoralizing. And what is the use of “securing” their oilfields? Ok, some are operational, functioning I presume, as the Kurds were selling the oil to Israel and also back to the Syrian gov. But aren’t a good portion of them defunct, damaged and will require large sums of money and tech to get them operational again? It’s beyond stupid.

      • Mike

        Exactly this is pointless farce and psyops story to cover the fact the U.S. has been bested in Syria, they will leave these oil field. Even the money awash Pentagon will realize, that guarding a bunch of defunct oil fields that need repairs and reinvestment, is not worth the expense.

        • Jens Holm

          You dont know that and write as some predicting by a common Imam of Yours.

      • DannyC

        i don’t believe these oil fields are defunct. The Kurds were selling it back to the Syrian government . The point of doing it is to prevent the stabilization of Syria. It keeps the people down. The US and Israel don’t want them rebuilding their country and controlling the oil really hurts their economy

        • Lonesome Cowboy Burt

          I now know what it must have felt like living within the 3rd Reich and feeling helpless to do anything about it. Except the US empire is far more powerful and insane (not as classy uniforms perhaps, and at least the Nazis were somewhat honest of what they were all about, while they had their uber propaganda machine, again nothing compared to what the US empire enjoys today). Can use any other example, of course, but I’m part German, Lithuanian and Greek. So I feel some kind of connection to the countries my ancestors were born and lived. I see women on dating sites talking about how they want to (or dream of) visiting Europe. Sadly, that Europe no longer exists, does it? So much of our (true) history has been systematically destroyed or perverted, corrupted, etc. on the flip side of it.

          • DannyC

            it’s sad our choices were a banshee who was talking about starting WW3 with Russia or Trump who seems to want us to stop this stuff but gets over ruled by those around him or maybe he’s just dumb and listens to awful advice. Our government is as corrupt as the Roman Senate was 2,000 years ago

          • Harry Smith

            You had Rand Paul in 2016, but they made you to believe there are only Clinton and Trump.
            https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rand_Paul_2016_presidential_campaign
            Maybe he will run for 2020.

          • DannyC

            i’m a huge fan of Rand Paul. He seems to get no appreciation at all here. In my opinion he is the only good man/woman in Washington

          • Harry Smith

            Yep, but American society is too thick to make a rational choice.

          • DannyC

            they’re brainwashed by the media. Half the country still thinks the President is a Russian spy. The other side on FOX News wants us to bomb every country that won’t bend the knee. It’s a disgrace. Most Americans truly have no clue what goes on outside of their living rooms

          • dontlietome

            I hope Tulsi Gabbard and Andrew Wang make inroads……………………

          • DannyC

            she definitely made her mark. Evil Hillary Clinton accusing her of being a Russian spy brought a lot of attention to her in a positive way. Most believe she means well. She doesn’t have the support of the Jewish lobby (the people who really run this country nowadays)
            so the Democrats will continue to try and sabotage her

          • Jens Holm

            Arrrh Hillary and Jews there we go again…

          • Selbstdenker

            As was his father Ron. I recommend to look up Ron Pauls prediction from 1984 on Yt https://youtu.be/D6qzzYOIU2g
            Or his prediction from 2002 (most impressive) https://youtu.be/MTx95Y5ZxEs

          • Tommy Jensen

            Exactly what I have been saying for decades, but no one wanted to listen and alt media remained silent about it. But I see finally the coin fell for Ron Paul.

          • Jens Holm

            Ron Pauls always has been jost above nothing. Did he get 2% at some president election ? Using people like him as important main source should make You puke.

          • Selbstdenker

            Why so agitated? Did he hit your fake world?

            Tell me only one of his statements being wrong. But the jews don’t like him, I guess, as he shows their true picture?

          • Selbstdenker

            Yes, he did. But MSM did all in their might to keep him out of the game.
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWet2SbU07c

          • Jens Holm

            Ron Paul is nothing. Compared to him, I would rely much more to father and mother Christmas – But You do and eat everything, that fits Your LSD trips on heroin.

          • badgery

            Yep, a government modeled on the Roman’s failed slave empire was probably not going to turn out well in the long run. Naturally, Trump is doing his part to keep the war machine well-oiled and rolling (despite the “precipitous withdrawal” outrage from the Mockingbird media).

          • Harry Smith

            Ha ha, the catch is that Roman Empire didn’t end with fall of Rome, but existed about 1000 years after that. They made you to look apart to Roman Empire and Byzantine, but, in fact, it is one Empire.

          • badgery

            Fair point, Harry. My apologies to the Byzantines. They had a good long run (until the Turks came along I suppose).

          • dutchnational

            It was one empire until divided in a western and eastern part. The eastern part existed for a millennium after the western part was destroyed as an empire.

          • dontlietome

            Burt, every thing written today about the 3rd Reich is designed to show it in a negative way, so I want you to understand something, my fore-bearers grew up and flourished under the 3rd Reich, they told me of the wonderful times and comradeship that they experienced, even after war had broken out. The Weimar republic was a nightmare for the working class, who were reduced to slaves and the farming community was beset by a wave of suicides due to the low prices for their products controlled by a manipulated stock market. The rise of the people under the leadership of A.H. swept the sickness which beset their society away. The coming together of the people, the bonding of “Volk” is part of the reason they held out tenaciously even as their homes and friends were being carpet bombed. History is written by the victors, and the truth is locked away, guarded by a bodyguard of lies.

          • badgery

            don, I don’t want to spoil your reminiscences of yesteryear’s fascists. Trying to keep it positive. But… that German economic “rise of the people” had a lot more to do with massive investments from Wall Street and guys like Henry Ford and Prescott Bush than it did with that plucky Austrian corporal.

          • dontlietome

            Nope, there’s no denying, that without money, it ain’t gonna roll, but please don’t over-rate Fords or the Bushes roles……………….I think even they were eclipsed by the Rothschilds …………… yeah, really. But ask yourself this, where did that money go ???

          • Jens Holm

            Rotchilds are cigars and wine.

          • dontlietome

            And you are a piece of shit

          • Jens Holm

            You only can tell everything bad is everybody elses fault like some more or less Jew family.

            I so You should ask to be under adminisration so we could make the needed changes with You…

            Number one is learn to learn. Hpw can Jews and other steal from You, when You hardly produce anýthing.

          • dontlietome

            More senseless garbage from the mouth of an illiterate moron……………..

          • Jens Holm

            Thats right. Wall street in 1929 was of great importance for the whole world. Many was unimployed by that in Denmark as well. It want only Germany, but they had Schacts to handle things and did improvemnts and made sucsidiced jobs for almost no pay – but it was jobs.

            Totally out of contaxt allow I tomention my Grandfather was a well estimated instaler of electricity at the building market, but suddenly there was no jobs at all.

            By strange luck he and my Gransmother could buy a small shop selling fresh fish, It was a succes and their 3 chidren could get paidschool an later on education.

            On my Grandmothers side my Grandather often was unimployed. The Town didnt help them much. My Gransmother worked full time but even making mans wórk she got womens pay for same thing. They hoped for hard and snowy winthers, so many Grandfather sould get at least some days with job.

            None of them supported some Hitler, but job creating and refoms was needed. For a period Hitler seemed to do well, but too much was pæundering as well.

          • dontlietome

            and you are a piece of shit, ilietrate turd, a waste of skin, go fuck a kike.

          • Jens Holm

            You can find a lot of stuff about the things in that Reich, if You lok for it right here – Its free and has been here for many years.

            You must be blind not seeing it.

            And yes its true Vicors has written a lot and even has forgotten their own bad side.

            But in the last many years those heroes and authers and journalist writing about them are evealuated and has given a lot a more sober and correct seize.

            I allow me to add, that Germans started WW1 and WW2 themselves. We did not. After WW1 France and others suffered hard and made a revenge. But even before that De Kaiser didnt give up intil almost everything in Germany was destroyed and there hardly was eny food.

            So You have to put the Weimar Republic in that context as well as regain that germany in those days also were many very different states.

            Here its true anything better organized was better and people were united in being at least something again. You can find happy people which is not propaganda.

            But You also has to see why that didnt went to be 1000 Years.

            It was growth and expansion for a hard price a lot didnt see until everything was done and out.

            I was not even born there, but if it was me being some Rheichchancellor there, I would have made some realisme taking half of Poland and Tjekkoslovakia as Lebensraum. I alos would give France and kind of chechmate and take Vogeses ba´ck.

            Andf then I would go to the world market and compete with GB, Russia, France, USA, Italy and a few more.

            It became too greedy by Adolf.

            I have seen a lot of stuff from there written as well as many pictures mainly in black and white or colored by paint. Try in a rainy day.

          • Selbstdenker

            Reality sometimes is different then the written history. What you learned in school is only the views of the victors.

            My gransfather always told that they captured maps of western Europe from the Russians, when they started Barbarossa, and that the minefields in front of the russian lines were already cleared by the Russians. Looked like as the Russians were to attack.

            One other thing: The distortions made through the Nuremberg process for war crime (there were several others nobody talks about). The legal base was produced for these prosecution, and could normally not be used to justify actions in the past.

            Here a speech of Hitler related to the capital and economy in Germany before the war (german language)

            https://youtu.be/t7I1b1QdYfg

          • dontlietome

            Blah blah blah……………..you stinking ape………….monkey see’s , monkey does.

        • dutchnational

          It is a gamble. It is well known and reported Syria was going south as an oil producer. Even before the civil war. Unknown is how much damage was done during the civil war. So, what we believe is hardly relevant.

          • Jens Holm

            I partly can confirm that. Very much has the addres in Damskus, but also sanctions and no normal investments as well as the closed pipeline to Iraq and Kirkuk.

            Syria already was minus, minus, minus. Even a lot was needed the unimplyment rate was 50% for man and much more for women. No reforms for decades as well to compensate for that.

            Big corruption. OIl and gas money hardly reached any outside the Baathists.

          • dontlietome

            Like you know what you are talking about you inarticulate parrot.

      • Harry Smith

        Come on, bro. Don’t be a pussy. Keep calm and carry on. If you woke up you’re already a winner. Just try not to do bad things. From Russia with love.

        • Lonesome Cowboy Burt

          Yeah, I guess you’re right. A little cold water, smack in the face to snap me out of my funk. Just feels like I’m living in the twilight zone. As if this is all a dream. I do have it a whole lot better than many others do. I’m fairly stable mentally/emotionally, just anxiety, OCD a bit and usual depression which goes with this time of year. Been trying to find a job, people say the economy is doing great, I don’t see it.

      • grumpy_carpenter

        There are very few suppliers in the world for specialized oil field equipment. Most of them are US companies. As long as Assad’s in power no US or EU company will get the contract to repair the oil fields … he has stated that publicly. That leave Russia.

        The USA lost the Venezuelan oil field development to Rosneft. They aren’t going to let the Russians get their hands on an oil field in the ME.

        The Russians … who are supposed to be isolated, friendless and broke after going against US wishes and repatriating the Crimea …. have a series of meetings with the Saudi’s and UAE where security and arms deals are sure to be discussed.

        If the Russians demonstrate they can provide industrial solutions as well as security and arms that work the Saudi’s and Gulfies may have a new best friend.

        • Jens Holm

          The oilfields in Syria are 50% not Syrin owned and by Shell, BP, India and China.

          Correct that Russia dont have that expertice. They use fx Shell and BP to reopen old russian fields and can take up 3-5 times more from the socalled empty fields.

          Syria has – as seen on many maps – many “empty fields”.

          Your version of Venezuala might be right. I see Maduro and expecially Chavez systematicly has plundred the ancint fields and sold even spareparts for hardly notning and food. I cant see Risneft has any chance to produce anything there.

          • Selbstdenker

            There is nothing like an empty oil filed. An oilfield without production takes roughly 20 years to be able to produce again. Can be seen all over the world and is known in the oil industries.

          • dontlietome

            where do you make all this facile shit up ? You must be a skizo , cuntchops.

      • Jens Holm

        So where are the rest of the buyers to dirty crude oil from ISIS and SDF????

        And today. Where the H…. do they transport it out.

        Give an answer…xipfiles, by vlimps, barrels down eufrat, airplane ???? How can You even swrite that. Do You even know its deep inside Syria …

        No You dont. Ypur masters has just tell You, that You are a parrot. And You are.

        How do SDF and USA transport out crude oil from there ??? They dont iddi amin riot. They dont.

        • dontlietome

          ………….your stupity is inexhaustable………………you scribble such shite that you provide a comedy show for others.

    • dutchnational

      Having betrayed the kurds so Trump could say he withdrew a few hundred special forces at the cost of some 200k refugees, more then a thousand killed, cities destroyed to send hundreds with heavy arms to replace them is the height of moral folly and the total bankruptcy of US foreign policy.

      • DannyC

        yes but it’s also their own fault for being naive enough to think the US was going to fight to the death for them to have an independent country. They should have made peace with Damascus long ago. The US was not going to allow Turkey to be alienated enough to move into Russia and Iran’s corner. Trump saw that was where it was heading, so those Kurds went right under the bus. Poorly played by the Kurds, we all know Washington cannot be trusted to stick to any deal or alliance

        • Jens Holm

          There we go again. PYD,Kurds,SDF havent asked for an independent country. Their program with counsils ans a top running it, dont say that at all.

          Your version of THEY SHOULD HAVE MADE PEACE WITH DAMASKUS has been very visble for Afrin.

          There has been no negosiations from Assads at all but only going back to good old days of Bashir and Hafez right away.

          The main change are the Trump retreat and the not fulffiled promises to SDFs.

          I only see Trump before he was elected promised to withdraw many USA troops around the world and did for Syria(SDFs).

          • dontlietome

            Yap, yap,yap, you talk so much shit, and nobody takes you seriously…………..they just laugh at you.

      • Jens Holm

        None in the whole western economics will let USA go into any kind of bankrupsy. We as a minimum incl. China will accept USA sliding down some in a non chaotic way.

        Its very far from there right now.

    • Ceasar Polar

      The zionist-scums want to bring down the US, they are succeeding because they are already in all position of power, government, biggest corporations, military industrial complex, media, education, law enforcement, justice, all over the senate (71% of them hold dual citizenship israelis). They are pretty much every where it counts for control/money in the US.
      And the US is Doomed as a result of that.
      What you live/see/feel right now is just a fruit of their hard work. To reverse the course will take a miracle, real patriots, sacrifices and Justice.

      • Jens Holm

        Arrrrh Jews again. Hard times for them. They still cant plunder arabs and other muslims, because those hardly produce anything aprt from cheep warwidows and Hesbollahs wiith one leg only.

        • Ceasar Polar

          Okay guys, this is confirmed. This jens holm is just like Solomon Kupek aka toronto toto. This is a zionist troll with scandinavian clothing. They were a lot of them that moved to Occupied Palestine 10 years ago.
          Jens holm is a hasbara troll.

    • roland

      We don’t hate you the average American we hate your government who seems to be under control of foreigners anyway in my opinion you guys are victims of your government too

      • Jens Holm

        We hate bipolar skizzifrenis like You for good reasons.

        • roland

          Who do you mean by we you mean the people you work for and yourself everyone knows who you are bitch and they should sack you your hopeless

          • Jens Holm

            We are the ones with logic sense.

            We dont have to work for anyone in those matters. We also have free speach, and because of that we can devellop things and go on.

            It seemes Your kind make unproductive and ineffective chaos and we see the results every day by strange explanations and excuses like zionists, westerns and everybody then ourselves did it.

            I dont think we are under foreign control. We mainly are WITH THEM. Not long ago Our Premiere Minister told Trump, that buying Greenland from The Inuits are absurd. A minimum should be THEY are asked and Denmark in South as well.

          • roland

            Can i ask you if you believe in God?

          • Jens Holm

            yes

          • roland

            Do you think God approves of the American government

          • roland

            We don’t have free speech try and question the holocaust

        • dontlietome

          You ARE bipolar schizophrenic, you worthless shitska.

    • Zarathustra

      The US government does not represent the interests of American citizens or anyone else for that matter, except for the jewish elite and their gentile lackeys.

      • DannyC

        well said. i agree

  • Rafik Chauhan

    Thief will always will be a thief

    • Jens Holm

      Assad thieves alway say others are stealing.

  • Tudor Miron

    This will play very “well” for USA international image. Showing the world their true nature (thugs). Their image will improve even more when they will be forced out eventually.

  • Tudor Miron

    Transportation of this oil for sale will prove to be extremely costly.

    • DannyC

      i dont tgink they want to sell it. I believe they don’t want the Syrian government to rebuild its country so it’s trying to block them from a critically needed resource to its economy

      • Lonesome Cowboy Burt

        Wreaks of desperation to me. Weakness. People are taking notice. US empire is fast becoming a paper tiger, or the illusion which prevented people from noticing this is losing its potency.

        • Jens Holm

          Very typical remark of the usual kind. When USA reteat You name them as loosers. If they are there hitting You hard, You blame them too.

          So its like a “Who the He… cares about what Your robots are programmed with.

          Its so funny You blame the for NOT being there hahahaha and then they are weak.

      • Tudor Miron

        May be. But Kurds involved in “security” of Oman oil fields surely do. Anyway, that would be an extremely stupid move on US side. Kurds would have no choice but to give this fields back to its rightful owner – Syrian state. Than it will become interesting.

        • DannyC

          it makes me worried. How far does Syria want to go to reclaim them? Attacking this contingent of US troops will almost force the media and Congress here into a frenzy and they’ll demand the President send in more troops. It’s a bad situation

          • Tudor Miron

            Past 5 years teach us that Assad/Russia are much smarter than that so not reason to worry. That’s US that should worry. Those Omar oild fields is a classic honey trap for them. Don’t expect jerky moves from SAA, things will happen “all by themselves”.

          • Jens Holm

            American dnt get a single dollar from there. You should tell me where they send the dirty crude oil ….

          • Jens Holm

            I only can see ite totally irrelevent right now. Focus is along the Turkish border having troops for that and some more or less nasty agreements.

            Those oilfields goes mowhere. Assads dont need them.

        • Jens Holm

          I dont think any Kurds are there. If any its the local SDF arabs. Those are very few.

      • BMWA1

        As per Greta, US forces are fighting climate change by interdicting the oil. Think of HER future for once!

        • Tommy Jensen

          Greta has you.

        • Jens Holm

          Biden was there )

      • Jens Holm

        Syria has a lot of oil outside that area and they can reagin that and get enouh oil for own use. The main problem is making it into fuel.

    • Saint Russ

      The scenario is another. The exploitation is being done for some time ago in this oil fields very efficiently. That’s hiding the theft. It is astonishing. They probably invested lots of money in the structure that in some point was garanteed. How to defend it? Zionism on frontline.

      • Jens Holm

        Tell me where they send it. I have asked many like You. NONE of You can tell where and how they send any oil.

        • Saint Russ

          Iraquian Kurdistan.

          • Jens Holm

            SEnding it to Iraqian Kurdisyan makes no sense. They almost only have crude oil for sale and Iran has too much oil they cant send and yhey are boycuttet as well.

            The only one needing oil – as fuel – must be Turks by Iraqi Kurdistan. That only can be a few trucks here and there.

            Mist oil drilling, pipelines, pumpingstations and facilities to make crude into fuel are totally destroyed as well. USA has taken the mainparts and Russia some and many 100 Trucks, when ISIS was in its best(worst).

          • Saint Russ
    • Jens Holm

      Its impossible. May the will send in sniffers as tourists:)

  • klove and light

    Simon said………………………………….

    • Mike

      Don’t have much to say Israeli.

    • Mrtl

      to the oven,kike.

  • Mike

    I call it fakery from the MSM, they are going to send expensive gas hungry hard to maintain abrams tanks, to barely more then 200 troops, which is not really enough to guard an area the size of those oil fields. Its just psyops crap from propaganda outlets like Newspeak no I mean Newsweek, to cover the fact that their pathetic venture in Syria is just about over.

    • Jens Holm

      I agree. Americans as well has given almost all Abrams to the Iraqian army and replaced them with new tanks using diesel.

      It must be a total fake. Thesource also seemes to be some officer in Afghanistan.

  • cynic

    Hmm.. how long before ‘local tribes’ find themselves in possession of anti-tank weapons, and are taking pot-shots at those very isolated US tanks and the helicopters trying to supply them?

    • Jens Holm

      You often put in strong guards to avoid incidents.

      Your assumptions are pure speculations. Mine might be too, but they are realitisc.

      Its very strange – if You are correct – USA dont have a lot more troops there – OR – has withdrawn all troops from there as they have done for the rest.

  • Karen Bartlett

    How will the US gov’t pretend now that they’re anything but thieves?

    • dontlietome

      They have Hollywood……………and the Yiddischers will try to make their world believe anything ! Only the dumb and in-bred will believe what they spew.

      • Jens Holm

        No wonder pigs has left You.

    • Jens Holm

      They cant. Its impossible to send oil out from there. Morons like probarly also say some SDS country cant exist because its landlocked.

      It is Skizzo Bipolar K. B.

  • Luke Hemmming

    Syria and Russia should look into maybe setting up a bigger front in that area using the existing pockets based in qamishla and Hasakah. According to the SF maps there is no ISIS threat in that area. US is so full of shit but you dont need me to tell you that.

    • Jens Holm

      Its total madnees. Focus is wrong. If there are no fighings no troops are needed but civile adminstration and regaing the biiiig power of the looouussy Assads.

  • King_GeorgXIII

    Bomb all oil fiedls not controlled by syria! Rebuild them later!

    • PZIVJ

      No need to, the US coalition did that years ago.

    • Jens Holm

      Everything is already bombed so most things hardly can be reoaired. Much already was old as well.

      Mainly USA did it, because they has airforces for it. Later on Russians didnt hold back as well. The most famous very visible anf needed russian destruction was several 100 oiltrucks on several Hubs for smugling and export.

      • PZIVJ

        I recall the US coalition used the excuse that the small oil tanker trucks where not a military target, because of “civilian” drivers. But after Russia went after the illegal oil trading to Turkey, there was a report of at least one A10 taking out a large group of them in a parking lot area. After releasing warning shots and leaflets. Which would say in Arabic (Run away or be dead) ? :)

        • Jens Holm

          I didnt remember that oil tanker. Thanks.

          I am sure many others there as wel in the whole world dont get warning shots as well has no where safe to go.

  • grumpy_carpenter

    It’s telling that the USA has gone from being so confident in their air power that a handful of special forces backed by air power was all they needed to secure a country to now needing an armoured brigade to hold a few oil fields. Something’s got them shook up and it ain’t Turkey.

    • FlorianGeyer

      Good point. What is your opinion of the real reason?

      • grumpy_carpenter

        I’d only be guessing ….. it’s just a brigade combat team is the primary fighting force of the US army designed to fight WW3 on the Russian steppe. Moving them halfway around the world just to do guard duty instead of just having a few guys in a Hummer ready to call in air strikes seems like a bit much ….. unless they plan to blitz their way to Ankara … or Damascus.

        My WAG is they want a force that can operate with limited air support just in case Russia extends their A2/AD bubble to cover their forces in Eastern Syria …. which is what you’d expect the Russians to do.

        • PZIVJ

          I did some research. There is a combat brigade of 4th Div in Kuwait. The talk is about half a battalion, maybe 14 M1 and 14 M3 plus support. But let’s hope this is only talk.

          • Jens Holm

            Iam sure some of the troops removed from Syrai are in the American base not far away.

        • FlorianGeyer

          Trump is now saying that the oilfields should be inhabited by Kurds.
          This being the case, could the deployment also be a means to threaten Erdogan as well as the SAA.

    • Selbstdenker

      As soon as the Russians allow the S300 complex and their S400 to guard the skies over Syria, there is no more air superiority to protect US ground troops. This will be the next step, after Russia already asked politely to move US troops out of Syria.

      • Jens Holm

        The ususal crap from someone like You again. Like Omen for Buddah or something.

    • Jens Holm

      As written before i think those troops guard the fields from criminel and ISIS destruction only.

      And yes, USA can support a retreat from there very hard. I am sure they stil has some airport on the base between Ramadi and Abu Kamal.

      • AJ

        Utter BS Trump already said Isis has been destroyed keeping the oilfields is geopolitics to prevent Assad from gaining much needed revenues to for the state.

  • AJ

    If Assad with Russian mediation can reach a final settlement with the Kurds for all areas they control the US would have to leave. Trump cant hang onto oil fields with such a small force unless hes prepared to escalate things.

    • dontlietome

      Looking at the situation in relation to the BIG picture, it has been the aim of the Yankee scum , on the ordered of their Israeli paymasters, to ensure that Syria cannot rebuild or recover………that it remains in a form of limbo. This suits the “septics”, because they actually like the idea of confronting the Russian might, acting as they do like a bloated school bully. The Israeli’s are happy and will argue what ever it takes to maintain a Yankee presence. I have often felt, that in this respect, the Russian leadership may have missed the golden opportunity to whip the carpet from under the Yankees feet, with a lightening strike and occupy the oil fields themselves ??????? Sure its a risky move, but once they were in place, then the Yankees had lost their reason to be there. I suspect that the Russians, ace chess players that they are, have already 2nd guessed that the “septics” would pull this move, and are now applying “Plan B”. It is also worth mentioning that on the Intel front, that the US and Israeli SIGINT are leaking like sieves since the Chinese can listen in to every device that they own…………and the Chinese and Russians are very, very, very good friends. We live in interesting times, so welcome the return of the multi-polar world !

      • Jens Holm

        You know nothing about facts beteen USA and Russia. NOTHING.

        Start all over again and let Internet become the school of Your. So much is completly wrong in Your many words of quagmire …

        • AJ

          Your posts make little sense you need to learn some grammar & English

          • dontlietome

            Its part of his cover……………………….

    • Jens Holm

      How idiotic can argumentations be.

      Trump made them leave. They were not attacked by any. Not a word about it was Turks and Trump which made the changes and Assads and Russians could go in because of them.

      Even more stupid it nopw becomes as Assads has anything to do withanything hahening at those oilfields at all. Trumps didnt for the troops there and they easy could have retreated with the rest.

      Maybee Yoiu are given too much gas by Assads.

      • AJ

        What is your solution? other than purile remarks, the US can not occupy the oilfields indefinitely.

  • Aaron Driver

    I would like to see the Iraq/Syria/Iran coalition use this time to quickly get to the oil fields and build a base there for defending this vital resource against the Americans. They already are cooperating along the Syria Iraq border so they could quickly make it happen if there if they are ballsy.

    • chris chuba

      That would play into the meme that ‘Iran is taking the oil’.
      1. Start w/a deal where the SDF agrees to let the SAA occupy the oil fields in return for protection from the turks – if that fails …

      2. Go in with an all Syrian force of regulars announcing that the SAR is taking back Syrian oil fields, in Syria on behalf of the Syrian people and see how many soldiers the U.S. public (not Neocons) are willing to sacrifice in order to rob another country of their own property. Then we shall see how debased the U.S. has become.

      • Jens Holm

        Iran takes no oil. They have had problems in tranportation for oil themselves from north for many years. Right now they also are blocked for selling oil. It would make sense sending oil by Irak to the Meditarainien Coast by Syria or Israel.

        But both are blocked.

        Who blocked that. It was open in “Saddam and oil for lousy food).

    • Jens Holm

      There is no coalision as that at all. Iraqians in Bagdad has re invited USA themselves.

      North and Sout Korea cooperate well around their border too. Assads dont cooperate with Iraq from Al Qaim to the Turkish border. The fence all the way to Al tanf seemes to be a joke as well.

  • FlorianGeyer

    What we need are few Houthis to travel to Syria with some ATGM’s and Bic lighters :)

  • JoeAlpha

    Well, if that true. It’s time for the night drops of some VDV battalions into the oil field and capture it

    • Jens Holm

      Remember digging tools. Its hiding deep down below:) You reallyu make me laugh. I can recommend You as general for my enemies only.

  • World Wisdom

    I hope Russia will bomb them. US shall stop supporting Daesh and AQ, and leave Syria. No difference between AQ, Daesh, US and UK.

    • Jens Holm

      If You were correct, it would be would stupidity.

  • World Wisdom

    US and UK are the only threats on this planet today

    • AJ

      Israel as well

      • Tommy Jensen

        Also the sheeple.

  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    Trump is doing this so that he can say at least we got some oil from all this time wasted in Syria, but it seems he doesn’t realize the oil does not belong to anyone except Assad/Damascus!!!!!!! SAA/russia please surround the oil sites and drive these fools out of the country for good

    • Jens Holm

      I ask again. Where do Trump and USA export dirty crude oil to, if they do. You not even have a hint but only confirm Your everlastiong nothing according to “Whats is written” by Assads.

  • Hassadnah Abraham

    It is shameful to be American, from a country that was well known for world savior to a country now being called as THE OIL PIRATE, CHILD KILLER, RAPIST, HEARTLESS SOLDIERS, EVIL MASTER, ETHENIC CLENSER, INVASIONIST, TERRORIST PROTECTOR, ISIS CREATORS…and many more terribly TRUE memes

    • Jens Holm

      You certainly has inflation where You are. Big letters meining hardly nothing. Trump not even represent all america in this.

      Sunni is reaming stupid. Its hardly allowed to paint a horse and make it look like a zebra.

      • AJ

        Your rambling incoherence is strong – can you not type in proper English.

  • Boycott-Saudi!!!

    We pray that SAA will have their chance to crush every single terrorists inside Syria.

    • Jens Holm

      Damaskus here we comes.

  • RichardD

    And the Iraqis are going to allow this escalation?

  • Jens Holm

    I dont believe any of that even a link seemes sober – Some random from Afghanistan says so… I say ha ha only.

    Only Assads and maybee Turks can believe in something like that.

    https://www.newsweek.com/exclusive-us-has-plan-send-tanks-troops-secure-syria-oil-fields-amid-withdrawal-1467350

    I look below and haha again. Hens and sheep witk no heads are barking bork bork.

    Maybee American sell crude oil to Iranians and they smugle it to Iran or Basra. Hahahaha.

    Thats my oppinion.

  • ADDRESSED TO THE POSTER BELOW, DANNY C…

    How very right you are.

    But corrupt, greedy people don’t think and reflect much, and they sure don’t care.

    And those are exactly the kind oif people who lead the United States. Both parties. Both branches of government.

    It does appear the bizarre president has yet again changed his mind:

    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/471775-trump-syria-oil-crime-mistake/

    My site has some good stuff on your issue: https://chuckmanwordsincomments.wordpress.com/

  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    russia and syria need to tell trump in no uncertain words they will not be allowed to do this, period. doesnt the US have more than enough oil on its own and from saudis????

  • michaelj72a

    the US is cruising for a bruising

    “That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons that history has to teach.” – Aldous Huxley, Collected Essays

  • Rhodium 10

    USA betrayed Kurds…therefore Kurds should to do the same and give the oil fields to Syrian goverments!

  • Hassadnah Abraham

    US shown its true colour…THE OIL PIRATE