The Islamic teenage death cult “ISIS” (think Columbine meets the Koran) has unwittingly given the Grown Up Arabs a pretext to enter the Syrian civil war directly on the side of their proxies that have been fighting to secure the Arab Sunni Gas Pipeline to Europe (as opposed to the Shiite Iranian Gas Pipeline to Europe). Yes, that’s what this fracking charade really boils down to – who gets the pipeline concession through Syria. The ISIS fauxdamentalists have given the Arabs the excuse they needed to send warplanes into Syria on the side of their own rebel proxies. Now the ISIS Brain Trust is threatening Turkey, where the Arab pipeline goes. So that brings the Turks down on them.
Bravo ISIS. You just made yourselves the Sacrificial Goats in the Syrian Gas Pipeline Clusterfrack. Hey, nobody ever said you had to be MENSA to be a member of a Moslem Teen Death Cult. In fact, recruiting for ISIS is more likely a result of rampant inbreeding. Pinheads for the Caliphate.
The line-up of Arab states using the ISIS Racketeers as live target practice is a who’s who of players in the gas concession. Maybe they miss their targets now and then and bomb Syrian army positions or Assad. Quien sabe ?
Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar and Turkey all have ISIS in their gunsights – and all of them have a stake in the proposed Arab Gas Line Through Syria to Turkey. Imagine that.
Look at the map below. Guess who controls the proposed Arab pipeline route in Syria north of Homs up to Turkey ? Hint: rhymes with “crisis.”
Countries Allied against ISIS in Syria
Saudi Arabia took part in at least two rounds of airstrikes in Syria and has agreed to hosting American training of the so-called moderate Syrian rebels, the key to the U.S. strategy for fighting ISIS in Syria.
The United Arab Emirates has carried out at least two rounds of airstrikes in Syria. Its mission on Tuesday, the first round, was led by the first woman fighter pilot in that country’s history, Maj. Mariam Al Mansouri, flying an F-16 Desert Falcon.
Bahrain took part in the first round of Syrian airstrikes, late Monday U.S. time.
Jordan took part in the first round of airstrikes against ISIS in Syria.
Qatar has played a supporting role in this week’s Syrian strikes, according to the U.S. military. The emir warned this week that the fight in Syria will not succeed unless President Bashar Assad is removed from power. (Qatar is the primary exporter of gas, the instigator of the Arab Gas Pipeline and hence a main backer of the rebels fighting Assad)
None of these Arab countries are bombing ISIS in Iraq – because the Arab (Sunni) Gas Pipeline doesn’t go through Iraq, the proposed Iranian (Shiite) Gas Pipeline does, as shown by the yellow lines in the map below. Plus the northern Iraqi oil concession is held by Exxon, not the Arabs. ISIS holds the route of the proposed Iranian pipeline, plus the northern Iraq oil fields.
The Chinese hold the southern Iraq oil concession – if ISIS gets near that, the Chinese will get involved – and the Chinese have an old-fashioned way of dealing with moslems.
Countries Allied Against ISIS in Iraq
Australia is contributing eight F-18 fighter jets, plus special forces to advise Iraqi troops.
Belgium will send six F-16 fighter jets, as well as 120 pilots, support staff and C-130 cargo planes, the defense ministry said this week. Parliament gave final approval on Friday by a vote of 114-2, despite concerns about retaliatory terrorism.
Britain, on a 524-43 vote in Parliament, voted Friday to join the coalition. Six Tornado GR4 fighter-bombers, based in Cyprus, are on standby.
Canada has sent roughly 70 troops to Iraq to serve as advisers to Iraqi security forces. The United States has asked for more help, and Canada is weighing its response, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said this week.
The Czech Republic has provided weaponry to the Iraqi Army, including L-159 fighter jets, and 500 tons of ammunition to Kurdish forces, in coordination with Canada.
Denmark joined up on Friday, offering four operational planes and three reserve jets, plus 250 pilots and support staff. They will be deployed for a year. “No one should be ducking in this case,” Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said. (A note on Denmark – the Danes befriended and loaned money to the the American revolutionaries before France came into the war on our side. We owe our freedom in part to the Danes.)
France carried out an airstrike in Iraq on Sept. 19 and hit an ISIS depot near Mosul, Iraq. It is also flying reconnaissance and training Kurdish security forces after providing them weapons. France ruled out cooperating in Syria because it believes that would help Assad in the civil war there, but the foreign minister says that could change. (The British defeat at Yorktown was made possible by the French fleet’s blockade. We owe our freedom in part to the French)
Germany has sent military trainers to help Kurdish forces.
Italy provided $2.5 million worth of weaponry to Kurdish fighters and has offered assistance in the refueling of planes as support to the airstrikes.
The Netherlands committed six F-16 fighter jets on Wednesday and said they could be operational in a week. It found no legal justification to help in Syria but said that it “understood” the U.S. campaign there.
Albania, Estonia and Hungary have also provided weapons and ammunition.
ISIS now controls the routes of both the proposed Arab and Iranian pipeline routes, plus the eastern Syrian and northern Iraq oil fields as shown in the map below:
Went to university in Manchester, England. I took cabs in Manchester. The teenage ninja death cult just beheaded a Manchester cab driver on TV. That kind of irritates me. Beheading an exemplary man on a humanitarian aid mission is a good way to get a present from my relatives.
This warthog may be the last thing the Teenage Ninja Death Boys will ever hear.