The unavowable project for a pseudo-Kurdistan
Is the military intervention by France, Israël and the United Kingdom in Syria legal ?
The unavowable project of France, Israël and the United Kingdom
- In 2011, Alain Juppé (France) and Ahmet Davutoğlu (Turkey) came to a secret agreement to employ a terrorist organisation (Daesh) to force the creation of a Sunni state and a Kurdistan, both straddling Iraq and Syria. Their project was supported by Israël and the United Kingdom.
The Juppé plan
Kurdistan and Syria
- The representative of the Syrian Kurds, Salih Muslim, was received in Paris on the 31st October 2014 by François Hollande and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The three men agreed to create a pseudo-Kurdistan in Syria from which they would expel the Sunni and Christian population, and to which they would transfer the Syrian Kurds.
Who are the Kurds ?
The destruction of the Russian Soukhoï 24 by Turkey
- On the 29th November 2015, the European Union rolled out the red carpet for Turkey. It re-booted the negotiations for Turkey’s adhesion, freed up entry visas, and offered it 3 billion Euros. (At the podium – Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, President of the European Council Donald Tusk, and the President of the Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker).
The Franco-British intervention
Keep in mind :
France and the United Kingdom have managed to make their public opinion believe that Resolution 2249 authorises them to intervene in Syria against Daesh. On this basis, they have obtained the authorisation of their parliaments to begin bombing, but without the authorisation of Syria.
On the ground, they believe they can count on the Turkmen militias (supported by the Turkish army) and the Kurdish YPG (supported by Israël and the Regional Kurdish Government of Iraq).
The aim of these intervention is not to eradicate Daesh because of its programme of ethnic cleansing, but to displace them to Al-Anbar, and to continue the ethnic cleansing, this time in Northern Syria, to create a pseudo-Kurdistan.