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NATO/UN Desperately Seek Ceasefire To Save ISIS After Syrian Army Encircles Aleppo

OWoN: Seems to be a trend, get encircled and ask for a ceasefire. To be a Global Hero all Assad needs to do is scoop up and burn the lot. Send them all to hell. The world will support him to a man.




NATO/UN Desperately Seek Ceasefire To Save ISIS After Syrian Army Encircles Aleppo


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By Brandon Turbeville
18 February 2015

In a military victory that may very well rival the liberation of Qusayr in terms of significance, on February 17, the SAA officially encircled the entirety of Syria’s largest city Aleppo. In so doing, the SAA was also able to seal off the road leading into the city from the North which has been used as a supply route for the terrorist death squads receiving reinforcements and supplies from Turkey since the beginning of the crisis.

While not controlled by the Western-backed terrorist forces entirely, large portions of Aleppo have fallen under death squad control since NATO began backing jihadists forces in earnest in 2010. The Syrian military has long sought to establish control over the entirety of the city and, over the last several months, the SAA has been fighting to do just that. Over the last few weeks, however, the SAA was able to win a number of key battles and take control over a several key villages that enabled it to position itself all the way around Aleppo.

The encirclement of Aleppo comes as the SAA has launched a new offensive against death squad forces in the south, near the occupied Golan Heights and the Syrian/Israeli border.

Even the Huffington Post has been forced to admit that:

“If government forces succeed in fully besieging opposition-held areas, the move will pose the greatest threat to the rebels' position in the area since anti-Assad fighters stormed parts of the city in 2012.”

Conveniently, however, as the Syrian military is poised to make such a monumental victory over the Western-backed jihadists, the United Nations has announced its plans for a ceasefire in and around Aleppo.

The plan, spearheaded by UN envoy Steffan de Mistura has apparently been in the works for months – since about the time that the Syrian military began its encirclement operation around Aleppo.

De Mistura’s plan would involve a six-week truce and the halting of aerial bombardment and artillery shelling of Aleppo in all quarters of the city. De Mistura claims that he received assurances from Syrian President Assad that the Syrian government is willing to participate in the truce.

However, it is worth noting that the peace deal benefits only the death squad fighters funded by the West and operating on the ground inside the country, particularly those fighting inside Aleppo. For instance, the proposal seeks to end all aerial bombardment and artillery shelling of all quarters of the city – handcuffs that affect the Syrian military much more so than the death squads since the jihadists have no air force with which to bombard the city.

Also, while it is true that Western-backed insurgents often fire indiscriminately into civilian areas or target the Syrian military in government-held territory using artillery, the Syrian government is not bombarding the portion of the city that it holds itself – thus making the death squad held areas of Aleppo the main target for a ceasefire. After all, with the encirclement of the city, the terrorist-held areas of the city are now in a decidedly defensive position.

Few can deny that the proposed “truce” is very “convenient” in its timing from the point of view of NATO strategists. As Tony Cartalucci of Land Destroyer writes,

It is curious because talks of "truces" were completely absent just as recently as 2011, when both organizations, the UN and NATO, backed hordes of terrorists sweeping across Libya, committing abhorrent atrocities including the systematic, genocidal extermination of Libya's black communities.

Indeed, NATO and UN peace treaties only seem to appear when the NATO terrorist proxies encounter serious trouble on the battlefield.

The United Nations peace plan is thus nothing more than an attempt to buy time for Western-backed jihadists to regroup, resupply, and re-strategize in hopes that some other “convenient” event take place in Syria that will break the encirclement in the meantime.

While peace is no doubt to be desired in Syria, Western powers should not be allowed to use the concept as a weapon against the Syrian government or the Syrian people.

The United States, UK, France, NATO, and the UN do not want peace. They want a reprieve for their proxy forces.

If the ISIS fighters encircled in Aleppo want peace, they should have the option of unconditional surrender. Amnesty, upon surrender, could also be discussed at the pleasure of the Syrian government.

Otherwise, the encirclement should continue and the liberation of Aleppo must necessarily follow.

Fake peace agreements and politically based “truces” are no longer acceptable and they are no longer credible in the eyes of any informed observer.

Only true and total peace, stability, and reconstruction are acceptable options for Syria.

Brandon Turbeville is an author out of Florence, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor's Degree from Francis Marion University and is the author of six books, Codex Alimentarius -- The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, and The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria. Turbeville has published over 300 articles dealing on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville's podcast Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at) gmail.com.

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1 comment :

  1. Maybe the UN should end up in the garbage bin for its corrupt practices alongside NATO. If it has no standards, it has no relevance and currently it is only a tool for US interests which conveniently blocks visas for parties which go against the interests of the US and its allies....and that is one of the less dirty things they do. At least Russia is already considering the possibility of making the UN trivial, but of course the arrogant people within the UN cannot see what will happen if they will not change this unacceptable behaviour: http://rt.com/news/234707-lavrov-un-role-disputes/

    The UN will probably end up on the sidelines.

    What is nice to see is that Chad, Cameroon and Niger are combining forces to fight against the Western black ops terrorist network known as Boko Haram and thereby also help out Nigeria. African countries uniting in fighting a common enemy....I cannot say I have ever seen this before. Usually African nations only have fights with each other or internally, so this seems to indicate that there is great change on the horizon. It does seem to indicate that the global asset backed currency alliance is committed and will win. Egypt also recently revealed the real agenda of NATO when it attacked ISIS targets in Libya and Egypt asked for NATO support for this mission, but NATO flat out refused to help. Clearly NATO is only interested in destabilizing countries that would pose a threat to the rule of select global parties.

    I do hope the President of Sudan will remain safe after his exposure of Boko Haram and ISIS. Western interests control certain lower levels of Sudan and thereby blocked much of the news exposure on this matter. They most likely have put out hit contracts on the Sudanese President. Hopefully the hit men will cease and desist or get hit instead.

    The leaders of France and Argentina also have been under attack by Western interests as they perceive clearly that both nations will want to move East and join the BRICS alliance. Both can become economic powerhouses once again by joining the BRICS alliance. Greece should default on the debt and switch to the East too. It remains to be seen if the Greek government has been corrupted by George Soros and his influence.....

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