Jets strike YPG/SDF in eastern Syria
Reuters, Sep 25 2017

BEIRUT – YPG/SDF said Russian warplanes struck their positions in Deir ez-Zor province on Monday, near a major natural gas field they seized from Daesh in recent days. The YPG/SDF has been fighting Daesh on the eastern bank of the Euphrates river, supported by pindo jets and SOF. The YPG/SDF on one hand, and Syrian troops with Russian air power on the other, have converged on Daesh in separate offensives in Deir ez-Zor. Spox Mustafa Bali said the attack “by land and air” had wounded SDF fighters.

Russia Releases Photos Showing Pindo SOF At Daesh Positions In Syria
Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, Sep 24 2017

The Russian Defense Ministry has released aerial images allegedly showing Daesh, the YPG/SDF and pindo SOF working side-by-side on the battlefield against Syrian and Russian forces in Dier ez-Zor, Syria.

As Adam Garrie in The Duran reports, it has long been thought that the YPG/SDF is operating in collusion with Daesh in various parts of Syria. This has especially been the case in respect of Deir ez-Zor, where the Russian Defense Ministry has previously stated that the SAA and their allies are fired on most intensely from positions known to be held by YPG/SDF. Russian Defense Ministry spox Maj-Gen Konashenkov recently stated:

YPG/SDF militants work to the same objectives as Daesh terrorists. Russian drones and intelligence have not recorded any confrontations between Daesh and the ‘third force’, YPG/SDF. Russia will not hesitate to target YPG/SDF forces that threaten the battlefield progress and personal safety of Russia’s allies, namely the SAA.

Other reports surfaced of pindo military helicopters airlifting known Daesh commanders to safety as the SAA made its advance on the former Daesh stronghold of Deir ez-Zor. All of this has happened as Pindostan is moving the YPG/SDF forces from Raqqa to Deir ez-Zor, in a move that appears to be an attempt to stop Syrian forces from liberating their own country’s legally recognised territory. Now, the Russian Defense Ministry has released a statement followed by 12 photos showing how YPG/SDF work alongside pindo SOF in Daesh-controlled areas without facing any resistance from Daesh. Furthermore, none of pindo or kurdish-led forces even take defensive positions, which indicates that they are cooperating with Daesh rather than engaging in a perverse truce. In other words, YPG/SDF, pindo SOF and Daesh move among each other in the same manner as allies do. This demonstrates that in spite of Donald Trump’s apparent wiliness to abandon the policy of aiding Jihadi groups, not only has this policy not changed, but such a reality now includes full scale battlefield collusion with Daesh. This also helps explain why in June of this year, YPG/SDF forces allowed Daesh terrorists to peacefully leave Raqqa and head towards Deir ez-Zor, a place which is now unquestionably the largest remaining Daesh stronghold in east of Libya. But now, not only are pindo proxies allowing Daesh to peacefully retreat but they are visibly coalescing on the battlefield.

These realities also corroborate the story of YPG/SDF fighters being wounded in a Syrian led strike on known Daesh targets. As I wrote previously in The Duran, this is because YPG/SDF militants are fighting beside Daesh. The fact of the matter is that, the Kurdish led SDF and ISIS now share the same strategic goals, in spite of apparent ideological differences. Both seek to aggressively and illegally prevent Syria from liberating her sovereignty territory and in so doing, both are challenging the territorial unity and integrity of the Syrian Arab Republic. Likewise, each group’s ideology is opposed to the Arabist Constitution of Syria, seeking instead to lay the ground work for sectarian ideologies in the areas they seek to illegally annex. Most worryingly, both militant groups are clearly collaborating and colluding with each other and with Pindostan in a proxy war against Syria and the interests and safety of her allies, including Russia and Iran. What once was only partly clear, is now as clear as the following statement from the Russian Defense Ministry with colour photographs:

#Pindo #SOF units enable pindo-backed #YPG/SDF units to smoothly advance through the Daesh formations. Facing no resistance from the Daesh militants, the #YPG/SDF units are advancing along the left shore of the #Euphrates towards #Deir_ez-Zor. The aerial photos made on Sep 8-12 over the Daesh locations recorded a large number of pindo #Hummer vehicles, which are in service with the #Pindo #SOF. The shots clearly show the #Pindo #SOF units located at strongholds that had been equipped by the Daesh terrorists. Though there is no evidence of assault, struggle or any #Pindo-led coalition airstrikes to drive out the militants. Despite that the #Pindo strongholds being located in the Daesh areas, no screening patrol has been organized at them. This suggests that the #Pindo #SOF feel safe in terrorist-controlled regions.

The images released by the Russian Defense Ministry encourage speculation that the pindo and YPG/SDF forces have some sort of “understanding” with Daesh terrorists operating in the region, according to Ammar Waqqaf, the director of the Gnosos think tank, who told RT:

From the footage, the pindos and the YPG/SDF seem to be quite at leisure. They are not expecting any attack any time soon. The reason why this may be the case is that there has been some sort of understandings with ISIS over there. Probably they were given some amnesty that they are not going to be prosecuted … or they were given guarantees that they would not be given back to the state.

The YPG/SDF, Daesh and Pindostan are fighting on the same side of the conflict in Syria. It is the side of terrorism which seeks to destroy the secular, modern, pluralistic and independent Syrian Arab Republic. Earlier in September, Russian Defense Ministry spox Maj-Gen Konashenkov accused the SDF of collusion with ISIS terrorists. Konashenkov said:

YPG/SDF militants work to the same objectives as Daesh terrorists. Russian drones and intelligence have not recorded any confrontations between Daesh and the ‘third force,’ the YPG/SDF.

This proves that the Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman was correct. Pindostan and Russia are at war, albeit a proxy war which includes Daesh.

Russia Releases Photos Of Pindo Equipment At Daesh Positions Within Hours Of Lt-Gen’s Death
zeropointnow, iBankCoin, Sep 25 2017

The Russian Defense ministry released a cache of photos from Syria allegedly showing Daesh, the YPG/SDF and Daesh working side by side against Russian and Syrian government forces in the town of Dir ez-Zor. Photos from two weeks ago of what Russia claims are pindo SOF Hummers operating at Daesh strongholds were posted on Twitter early Sunday morning:

The photos were posted within hours of the death of Russia’s top military commander in the region, Lt-Gen V Asapov, who came under shelling from Daesh holed in near Deir ez-Zor. While news of Asapov’s death came after the photos were tweeted, it is unclear when exactly the Lt-Gen was killed. In other words, was the top-ranking Russian in Syria killed in retaliation for the satellite photos, or were the photos released in retaliation for the attack? If Pindostan is working with YPG/SDF, and YPG/SDF is aligned with Daesh, then the fact that YPG/SDF allowed Daesh terrorists to peacefully leave Raqqa and head towards Deir ez-Zor, now the largest Daesh stronghold east of Libya. Let’s also not forget the Wikileaked email from the 2016 election which revealed a 2014 email sent from Hillary Clinton to John Podesta revealing Toad “clandestine financial and logistic support to Daesh and other radical Sunni groups in the region.”


Let’s also not forget the british government report that Theresa May is sitting on, purportedly detailing the flow of money from the Toads to extremist groups in Britain. Where does Daesh get such wonderful toys?


In 2015, Daesh posted a propaganda video showcasing its giant arsenal of heavy artillery, featuring tanks, heavy artillery, and a fleet of Toyota trucks rolling around the desert. After pindo counter-terrorism officials asked Toyota exactly how that many trucks fell into the hands of the terrorist organization, the automaker shrugged it off, claiming they have no idea. At the end of 2015, Reuters reported that Daesh jacked a bunch of pindo equipment abandoned by Iraqi fighters, including:

  • Innumerable small arms and ammunition
  • 52 Howitzer M198 mobile gun systems
  • 74,000 machine guns
  • 40 main M1 A1 battle tanks
  • Unknown quantity of anti-tank missiles

In light of the new reports of pindo SOF working with Islamic militants in Syria, one wonders exactly how Daesh really took possession of their toy collection. Some thoughts from William Craddick of Disobedient Media:

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