BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 P.M.) – According to Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) spokesman Talal Silo, the strategic interests of the United States in Syria dictate that its forces will continue to occupy the northern regions of the country, in collusion with Kurdish separatist wishes, for many decades to come.

According to the SDF representative, Washington will continue to develop its strategic policies in SDF-occupied northern Syria via various military and economic cooperation initiatives with Kurdish-dominated political structures that have been established under the Democratic Union Party (PYD) long after ISIS in gone.

In the past, Silo has openly admitted that the SDF is a tool of American foreign policy in Syria and that the alliance group is forbidden by its US handlers from cooperating with either the Damascus government or Russia.

The announcement by Silo comes around the same time British Army representative for Operation Inherent Resolve Major General Rupert Jones said that the US-led coalition (supposedly against ISIS) would not allow “Syrian regime forces” to move north of the Euphrates River (into SDF-occupied regions). In doing so, Jones essential confirmed suspicions long-expressed by pro-Damascus analysts that Western powers (led by US) pursue a second unspoken policy in Syria aimed at preventing government forces from restoring sovereignty in the country’s northern regions.

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Daeshbags Sux
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Wanna bet that Putin will solve the problem?

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yep! the enemy of my enemy is my friend.

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The Kurds are too smart for that. They’ll come to a diplomatic agreement with the Syrian Government and look like partners in the Syrian conflict, rather than be pushed into a confrontation.

The alternative would see the Kurds at war with Syria, Iraq, Russia, Iran, and Turkey. They’re far too small to endure such a conflict. The US has a long history of abandoning allies when the reality on the ground changes.

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We will see what pans out once FSA and ISIS and all other factions are defeated. The USA think that they can dictate anything they want disregarding the Int. law. Let’s just see.

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Cyriak Papasissis

These are pipe dreams , worthy of General Jones , a representative of the Empire that peddled heroine to the Chinese once , and went to opium wars against China in order to enforce free piping dreams for the masses. The US will have not a thin thread of pretext to remain as occupying force in Syria or Iraq. There are UN mechanisms to enforce their ouster from both countries, if words don’t suffice. Talal Silo might engage in wishful thinking and daydreaming , but in the end he may have to come to grips with the realities. In addition… Read more »

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ziad welds

in there fucken dreams

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hestroy

f*****g joo puppets.

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Flay the Daeshbags

This will soon be Pence’s problem. Trump is predicted to resign someday within the next 6 months

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Deo Cass

The proves that the invading alien Kurdish terror squads are simply slaves of the US/Zionist forces and follow their orders like ISIS whom they covertly are allied to. Neither the US, nor the UK or anybody else can dictate where the Syrian Arab government forces go in their own sovereign territory of Syria. The invaders and occupiers of Syrian land will have to leave or be thrown out of Syria by force. These forces have no legitimacy in Syria. They are a cancer which needs to be eradicated. That’s why the Syrian state must make it its top priority to… Read more »