British Special Forces “Dressing Up” As ISIS…What Could Go Wrong?

08/06/20154 Comments

The “elite” British SAS special forces are dispatching over 120 troops to Syria to dress up as ISIS fighters and attack Syrian targets. In today’s Thought For The Day, James looks back at a couple of the lowlights of the bumbling SAS forces and examines the 2005 incident where the SAS was caught in Basra dressing up as Arabs and shooting Iraqis in order to fuel ethnic tensions in the country.

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  1. I’m a bit saddened that the bloodlusting that has been going on over Syria in the last few years is increasingly coming into realization because I fear this next “conflict” will turn into a general war in the Middle East at a minimum, if not something much wider.

    Also, according to Al Manar, which is associated with Hezbollah, Putin had summoned the Turkish ambassador and reportedly called Erdogan a dictator.

    http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?fromval=1&cid=22&frid=22&eid=224398

    Although that may be a bit of hyperbole, it is interesting nonetheless. Of course, Russia publicly distanced itself from such reports but one is left wondering.

    http://www.aa.com.tr/en/politics/569101–moscow-denies-putin-called-erdogan-dictator

    If one has been following the developments in Syria, one could see that the Kurds had been doing very well fighting ISIS and were slowly cutting off and closing the supply lines through Turkey (as that is one of the entry points into Syria along with Jordan). Turkey has conveniently used this latest bombing strategy to bomb the Kurds under the cover of bombing ISIS when it has all throughout supported ISIS all these years.

    What will come of this we will find out as September and October tend to be interesting months for financial and geopolitical events.

  2. bladtheimpailer says:

    I read the Lendman article yesterday and much the same thoughts crossed my mind as to what this portends as an escalation in the war of regime change Washington has instigated. Another aspect is that Syria is an ally of both Iran and Russia. You can bet that this escalation of the war by the Washington Consensus crew will be met by an equal and opposite force. As a way of letting the Brits, Americans and Canadians know that this type of tactical maneuvering will be countered the head of Russia’s elite paratroop regiment announced it was ready and willing to begin operations in Syria. The term “dangerous escalation” on the part of Washington enters the mind if the Friends of Syria response puts the two nuclear armed adversaries in close military confrontation. Also part of the new escalation is a no fly zone along the Turkish border with Syrian which is another de facto declaration of war by Turkey. Israel has also said it will be stepping up operations along its border with Syria. All this while ISIS is being transplanted into Afghanistan for a similar war without end scenario brought by the same Washington crew. As James so rightly foresees and I quote, “What could possibly go wrong”.

  3. NotDole says:

    Well, well, I guess Britain wants to own Iraq again and this ISIS thing is a created enemy (duh) to make it so that they can maybe do just that.

    Thing is, without a draft, the nation states cannot send their young men (and women now, aren’t you happy to be “equal” to us now? (also don’t measure the equality), they cannot really have their plans into play.

    But if western countries are even thinking of drafts…well I got 3 medical diagnosis that would prevent me from going there, one mental, 2 physical, the mental was caused by the physical woes not being given enough care, or more like, the way to engage doctors in Canada is a bit different, and being confrontational with somebody taxes you pay (or not,your parents did so and continue to do so for most Canadians aged around their early 30’s, the last generation who might have pensions not gone down the drain (speaking of my parents). They have all the money they have for their old days, I just hope the supposedly (I’m not good at economics, it makes me yawn, the only subject I have trouble following here, but it might be my own problem). My parents have their pensions managed by the “state” (province) and they cannot not give it to you. I have a feeling that Canada due to its small population and vast resources will be one of the last safe place in case of another damn 2008 scenario, which by the way people since 2010 have been saying will happen this year, and the next etc., same with war with Iran…I’m not too scared of the chances of a war with Iran as I used to now, since those 40 or so (might I say treasonous, yeah, they pretty much committed Treason according to the Sedition Act in the US, those republican senators who sent a letter to the Ayatollah). I’m not seeing Obama applying the Law in that case, he’s really good with the Law and how to twist it around. But in all cases, Obama might be as, excuse me, shitty, a shitstain on the human race as Bush, but I think he’s not a christian fundamentalist who just can’t wait for nukes to fly all over the middle east, so Israel is destroyed (yes) and Jesus will come to rapture them (yes). That’s what the Christian “Right” “Conservatives” actually want to happen.

    I’ll take the status quo to anything like this happening. Also they don’t understand that this is a 7 country deal, congress can’t stop the UN all the time, especially now, not all Republicans senators signed that crazy crazy letter.

    I’m going from talking points to another. But it seems like one positive thing is happening and it’s that the TPP won’t happen, China is offering a better deal with their own initiative, Japan is totally against the TPP (it would destroy their crops to GMO’s and the car industry) plus some other countries who have some weight like Malaysia. The TPIP is less grim..for me in Canada…its actually quite good, bad for europeans, and I care about Europeans.

    Funny how the Europeans were starting a massive investigation with massive powers on Sept 5th 2001, the UN Durban conference on sept 6th declared Zionism = Racism and it’s actually the official UN stance on zionism to this day and then 9/11…I’m not sure if this was all played out to happen on that day, but the fact the perps seem obsessed with numerology, especially the big attacks in US and european soil, 7/7 is just a crooked 1. 11 for Freemasons means drumsticks. Look at that rap album that came out from “communist rappers” in june of 2001, one is pointing his drum stick in a pyramid fashion over the towers in fire in the background, the other guy holds the button to do it and I think it said something revealing too.

    Alright, I’m just dropping clues I never spoke of before really. But the British learned this tactic from the Irgurn, the King David Hotel bombing and attack was carried by Israelis disguised as Palestinians against the British…now what did that sept 10th 2001 washington post article say about the American Army’s College or something like that say about Israel just then? I invite you to look it up if not aware.

    Peace in our time..I wish, I have to eat valium a couple times a day because not even exercise cuts it, I live in a kind of bubble where, this is french canada, we are so into looking only at ourselves in the media and treating ourselves like we’re victims all the time which creates this loser mentality…I love my people but man…

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