by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:
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A large convoy of U.S. military personnel headed into Syria on Thursday along with hundreds of troops some 24 hours after President Joe Biden took office and took on his commander-in-chief role, foreign media reported.
When he is awake, Joe Biden represents the epitome of The Swamp, one of the last remaining old school poster boys of the ‘forever wars’ crowd that has had American military fighting in the Middle East for well over 50 years now. Donald Trump attempted to reverse this trend, pulling out American troops from Syria, and The Swamp hated him for it. 24 hours after the Joe Biden hologram was sworn in, US troops reinvaded Syria. Having power restored, The Swamp wasted no time getting back to business, the business of endless, forever wars.
“From whence come wars and fightings among you? come they not hence, even of your lusts that war in your members? Ye lust, and have not: ye kill, and desire to have, and cannot obtain: ye fight and war, yet ye have not, because ye ask not.” James 4:1,2 (KJB)
When Joe Biden was a freshman senator, he told a disgustingly charming story of how he desired to be a, his words, “political prostitute” to gain wealth and power at any cost. A true Faustian deal with the Devil if there ever was one. Biden went on to recollect how the power base at that time told him he would get his chance to be a political whore, when the time was right.
Well, it took 47 years, but 2021 is the time that Biden fulfilled his dream of taking the Oval Office. But when it’s handed to you in exchange for your soul, it’s not really ‘taking it’ now, is it? No, it’s rather pathetic and sad watching the Joe Biden hologram prostituting for The Swamp, and like with all prostitutes, The Swamp will toss him off to the side when they are done using him. For the time being, enjoy the forever wars.
U.S. forces choppered into Syria 24 hours after new commander-in-chief takes power
FROM BIZ PAC REVIEW: Citing Syrian state news agency SANA, i24 News reported that a convoy of about 40 trucks and armored vehicles “entered northeastern Syria” on Thursday supported by helicopters. The convoy entered the country from Iraq via the al-Waleed crossing “to bring arms and logistical equipment to bases in Hasakeh and Deir Ezzor provinces,” i23 News stated.
And while “other local media” noted that such resupply convoys are not uncommon, SANA’s report added that an additional 200 U.S. troops were choppered into the Hasakeh province as well.
The report claimed that the additional troops will deploy to protect nearby oilfields on land that buttresses Kurdish-controlled territory in eastern Syria that is also said to be rich in energy resources.
“THE US-LED COALITION HAS BEEN WORKING CLOSELY WITH THE KURDS DURING THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE ISLAMIC STATE TERRORIST GROUP IN SYRIA, WITH KURDISH FORCES OFTEN WORKING AS GROUND COORDINATORS FOR COALITION JETS DURING AIRSTRIKES,” I24 NEWS REPORTED.
Late last year, former President Donald Trump ordered U.S. forces in the area withdrawn to neighboring Iraq.
Meanwhile, Israeli warplanes fired a number of missiles in central Syria, The Associated Press reported, citing state media which claimed the attack killed a family of four including two children. State media also claimed that most of the missiles were downed by Syrian air defenses.
A Syrian military official told SANA that the strike was aimed at a number of targets in and around the central province of Hama. Israel has hundreds of sorties against targets in Syria over the years that were linked to Iran. The AP noted that the Israeli strike was the country’s first since Biden took over as president.
For the duration of his four-year term, Trump attempted to withdraw American troops from decades-long conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and, more recently, Syria. But he reportedly got constant push-back from his defense and national security advisers and Cabinet members, leading to the sacking or resignation of several.
On Wednesday, the day Biden was inaugurated, the Syrian government sent him a message imploring him to withdraw American forces from the country. Bashar al-Jaafari, Syria’s UN ambassador, criticized U.S. actions in the country during a virtual session of the Security Council as his country’s civil war approached its 10th anniversary.