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October 15, 2019
World Teeters On The Brink After Collapse Of US-Turkish
By: Sorcha Faal, and as
reported to her Western Subscribers
A strategic Levant War Zone analysis report prepared for the Security Council (SC) by the Ministry of Defense (MoD) circulating in the Kremlin today incorporating just held military discussions between President Putin and Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, states the exaggerated claims being made that Turkish President Erdogan is “holding 50 US tactical nukes hostage” as President Trump pummels Turkey with sanctions, masks the even more foreboding prospect that the Americans are preparing to move their nuclear weapons out of Turkey and place them in Saudi Arabia—concerns of which were raised during the past 72-hours when the Pentagon announced it was sending thousands of troops to Saudi Arabia—not just ordinary American protection troops, but an entire force structure to establish a new Air Expeditionary Wing which will be able to accommodate large influxes of airpower over the long term—thus making this new Pentagon force structure in Saudi Arabia identical to the existing Incirlik Air Base where the US military stores its nuclear weapons at in Turkey—but one of which will have to eliminated in order for the other one to survive as the “still in crisis” US Air Force has neither the pilots nor the planes to maintain both. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this report, one of the greatest Western military blunders of modern times occurred this past July-2019 when Canadian Senator Joseph Day, on behalf of the Defense and Security Committee of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, mistakenly included in a public document secretive information concerning the location of approximately 150 US nuclear weapons scattered across Europe—specifically B61 nuclear gravity bombs—about 50 of which were identified as being stored by the Americans at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey.
Though US nuclear weapons were long suspected of being at Incirlik Air Base, this report notes, the confirmation of their being there roiled the political establishment of Turkey—most particularly its President Erdogan who, on 4 September, said it was unacceptable that Turkey can't have nuclear weapons—with his exactly declaring to the West: “this, I cannot accept...there is no developed nation in the world that doesn’t have them, despite the fact that the vast majority of the developed world does not have nuclear weapons”—a declaration followed 10-days later, on 14 September, by a still unexplained attack on Saudi Arabia’s most important oil refinery where the drones that struck it inexplicably evaded hundreds of US military radar sites in space, in the air, on the sea and land along with, literally, thousands of Western air defense missiles—an attack followed 13-days later, on 27 September, with UNITED STATES AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION 91-115--Safety Rules for Nuclear Logistics Transport By The Prime Nuclear Airlift Force—an American military document that outlines the rapid transit of nuclear weapons to include on order to “Select the safest, most reliable aircraft available for PNAF missions” and to "Fuel PNAF aircraft with the best low-volatility fuel available which is compatible with aircraft engine operation”.
from UNINTED STATES AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION 91-115 on how to transport nuclear
weapons issued on 27 September 2019
Important to note about the 700-pound B-61 nuclear bombs stored at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey, this report says, is that the storage area they’re contained within is made up of underground vaults and a perimeter ringed with two security fences and massive surveillance systems—not to mention the compliment of elite American troops assigned to protect these weapons—and whose facility has also received recent upgrades to make it even more hardened against intrusion—but even if all of these were successfully defeated, its attackers would find that each bomb has a coded lock mechanism known as a Permissive Action Link (PAL) that requires a unique 12-digit code in order to arm it—and whose expert technicians can also render them inert using a different command disable code—and to prevent even the slightest chance of this occurring, sees the Pentagon’s most likely plan being to fly these bombs out as part of a Prime Nuclear Airlift Force operation using specifically designated US Air Force C-17 Globemaster IIIs and crews trained in the movement of nuclear weapons and who are vetted under the Nuclear Weapons Personnel Reliability Assurance Program—though properly configured and crewed C-130 Hercules and C-5 Galaxy airlifters are also options, if necessary.
With the obvious American sanctioned 14 September “false flag” attack on Saudi Arabia being yet another cause célèbre (a controversial issue that attracts a great deal of public attention) intended to keep the Levant War Zone embroiled in confusion and chaos, this report details, not being told to the peoples of the West is the simple truth that everything now occurring there began after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire at the end of World War I—and was when the great European powers of that time, in 1920, divided up the former Ottoman territory with the Treaty of Sèvres that promised the Kurds their own contiguous and sovereign entity for the first time in modern history.
However, three years later, this report notes, after a series of military victories by the former Ottoman Brigadier General Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (now known as Ataturk), the European powers had to relent to Turkish pressure and replace the Treaty of Sèvres with the Treaty of Lausanne—that established the new Republic of Turkey and squashed Kurdish hopes for a state of their own—and that saw the Kurds watching helplessly as their land was divided between four different countries, splitting tribal lines, villages, and even families.
For the past near century, this report continues, the Kurds have tried in various ways to establish a homeland of their own—most particularly in Turkey where, in 1984, the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) started a war against the Turkish state—a war enfolded into the Kurdish–Turkish Conflict that, since 1978, has claimed tens-of-thousands of lives—and is why the United States designated the PKK as a terrorist organization—while at the same time the Americans backed and armed the Kurdish peoples People's Protection Units (YPG)—and whom the US, in 2015, then made the central part of their made up Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) army comprised of not only YPG fighters, but al Qaeda terrorist forces and radical Islamic forces from Europe—all of whom, for the past 5-years, have rampaged across North-East Syria throwing millions of Syrian Arab peoples from their homes and lands in a bid to create a Kurdish state under American protection that Amnesty International designated as a war crime—all of whom fled to Turkey—and in reaction to now sees Turkish President Erdogan having launched an offensive that aims to remove these American-backed Kurdish-led forces from the border area in order to create a “safe zone” to which these millions of Syrian Arab refugees can be returned.
With the US-backed 60,000 strong SDF fighting force crumbling in the face of Turkey’s week long assault on them, this report concludes, its top Kurdish commander Mazloum Abdi split his forces from the SDF to make peace with Syria, rather than face Turkey, and declared to the world: “We know we would have to make painful compromises with Moscow and Assad if we go down that road. But if we have to choose between compromises and the genocide of our people, we will surely choose life”—a peace agreement that in the past few hours allowed Syrian army forces to gain full control of the city of Manbij before Turkish military forces smashed into it—and that also now sees Russian military police forces patrolling the contact line between Syrian and Turkish forces, too—with the hope of everyone being that the Americans stay out of this quagmire they made so the nations, governments and peoples actually living there can sort everything out for themselves and return this region to the peace it had before the Obama-Clinton Regime decided to destroy it—which in the United States itself is now being called “The Great Political Sickness Of Our Time” as American voters of every stripe are nearly unified against involvement in these endless wars in places like Syria—at the very same moment when American politicians in Washington of every stripe are nearly unified in favor of the same said wars—with the lone exception being President Donald Trump—whom top Democrat Party leader Harry Reid just warned his comrade warmongering socialists about by telling them:: “Do Not Underestimate President Trump”.
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