Posted by: hevallo | July 30, 2007

USA to aid Turkey in secret covert attack on Kurds! Kirkuk next?


Here we have the first report, outside of Hevallo and Rasti, of US intentions to help Turkey invade Kurdistan. These reports have been leaked from a secret meeting in the US Congress.

The story was ‘broken’ by Robert Novak in the Chicago Sun Times, Washington Post and eslewhere! Its a story of secret meetings and leakings that tell of a plan, supported by George Bush, to carry out covert attacks on the PKK with Turkish and US special forces. Hevallo has for some time been posting about the possiblity of the US Neo Cons and Turkish military working together to secure the oil fields of Kirkuk after Iraqi opposition to US imposed ‘oil laws’ that favour major oil concessions to US oil companies.
It was my post entitled ‘Exxon Mobil pays to change US foreign policy in Kurdistan’ that got a lot of attention from the Exxon Mobil oils towns in the USA and from Exxon Mobils lawyers in Washington. I got visits from the Turkish Genel Kurmay (Turkish Generals) too. Today I have recieved visits from the US Department of State too. All of which brought me to conclude I have been on to something.

This from the article about the ‘leaked reports’:

The surprising answer was given in secret briefings on
Capitol Hill last week by Eric S. Edelman, a former aide to Vice President Cheney who is now undersecretary of defense for policy. Edelman, a Foreign Service officer who once was U.S. ambassador to Turkey, revealed to lawmakers plans for a covert operation of U.S. Special Forces to help the Turks neutralize the PKK. They would behead the guerrilla organization by helping Turkey get rid of PKK leaders that they have targeted for years.
Edelman’s listeners were stunned. Wasn’t this risky? He responded that he was sure of success, adding that the U.S. role could be concealed and always would be denied. Even if all this is true, some of the briefed lawmakers left wondering whether this was a wise policy for handling the beleaguered Kurds, who had been betrayed so often by the U.S. government in years past.
The plan shows that hard experience has not dissuaded President Bush from attempting difficult ventures employing the use of force. On the contrary, two of the most intrepid supporters of the Iraq intervention —
John McCain and Lindsey Graham— were surprised by Bush during a recent meeting with him. When they shared their impressions with colleagues, they commented on how unconcerned the president seemed. That may explain his willingness to embark on such a questionable venture against the Kurds.
Only recently Michael Rubin has been lobbying the US Congress, (or probably just preparing the ground for policy shift) for Exxon Mobil funded American Enterprise Institute about the shift in policy presumably wanted by Exxon Mobil to secure Kurdish oil.
The signs have been there for some time, with clues coming as early as August 2006 and the appointment of Joseph Ralston as Lockheed Martins representative (sorry, ‘Special Envoy’) in Ankara to secure over $15 billion worth of fighter jets deals with the Turkish military should of rasied alarm bells. Further clues surfaced when Turkish military officials were caught in a secret meeting at The Hudson Institute with US analysists and Qubad Talabani, Kurdish Regional Government representative in Washington. Different ‘scenarios’ were discussed including kidnapping leaders of the PKK.
‘Scott Sullivan’ has been posting ‘articles’ laying the ground for US support of Turkey for an invasion for the past 3 months.

Daily articles vomitting the same line day after day after day. Obviously he was part of the whole ‘secretly laid plan’.

The truth is, that we will look back on, in say one or two years is that the USA is supporting Turkey to invade Kurdistan for Kurdish oil. This is the most vile position that both Turkey and the USA can find themselves. Unbelievable but yet panning out in front of our eyes for all who can be bothered to look.
The next question that comes to mind is what is the reaction of the KRG! Have they been involved in the planning of this? And more importantly, what will the reaction be of the Kurdish people to this dirtiest of dirty tricks the world has ever seen!
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  1. Scott Sullivan does not worth mentioning. He is a “D” rated writer.


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