"A fascinating weather pattern is in place in the Northern Hemisphere this week. It’s a river in the sky that spans the full width of the Pacific Ocean from Asia to North America. The phenomenon is remarkably obvious — a plume of clouds with a few areas of low pressure embedded, transported at shocking speeds across the planet’s largest ocean via the jet stream.
Plainly spoken, it’s a train of rain on its way to Washington State."
The bid of the Kurdish Barzani clan for an independent Kurdistan in north Iraq and beyond has utterly failed. Masoud Barzani, the strongman of the Iraqi Kurdish region, called for the referendum for independence that led to this backlash. Other Kurdish powerhouses saw it as a last attempt by Barzani to save his failing political position. National Iraqi forces as well as the international powers turned against him. Masoud Barzani and his family are now likely to lose their leading position.
The various unilateral Kurdish assertions since 2003 will be driven back. The dream of Kurdish independence in Iraq and Syria is, for now, dead. This is a positive development for both countries.
With backing from the Iraqi parliament, public opinion and international support the Iraqi government of Prime Minister Abadi had for months demanded a return of the 2003 borders for the Kurdish region. It condemned the illegal independence bid. The Kurds had pushed far beyond their original borders and occupied areas with critical oil reserves. The ruling Barzani family mafia sold the oil and pocketed the money that by law was owned to Iraq's federal government. The Barzani militia mafia occupied the federal border stations to neighboring countries and kept all custom income to themselves. Meanwhile teachers and other public workers in the Kurdish region went unpaid.
The Barzani family clan is only one of the powers in the Kurdish region of Iraq. Historically its main competitor is the Talabani clan. Both clans control their own political parties (KDP and PUK) and militia. Both had been fighting against each other during a civil war in the 1990s. Then the Barzanis called in help from Iraqi president Saddam Hussein to defeat their local enemies.
Over the last decade the Talabanis were handicapped by their ailing patriarch Jalal Talabani. After the U.S. invasion of Iraq he eschewed a major role in the Kurdish region in exchange for the ceremonial position of a president of Iraq. When Jalal Talbani died on October 2 his family immediately asserted its position. It negotiated a deal with the central Iraqi government to reign in the Barzanis' quasi dictatorial powers. The Iranian general Qassam Suleiman helped to arrange the agreement.
When the Iraqi government forces, as previously announced, moved to retake Kirkuk from the Kurds the Kurdish militia forces (peshmerga) under PUK/Talibani command immediately retreated. The militia under KDP/Barzani command were left in an indefensible position and had to flee.
Yesterday and today Iraqi national forces retook control of various large oil fields the Kurds had occupied. They are also back in control of border stations with Syria and Turkey. Without them the Kurdish region lacks the assets and income to finance any regional independence. While his project collapsed in front of everyone's eyes not a word was heard from Masoud Barzani.
The Iraqi government will not only retake full control of the areas the Kurds under Brazani had illegally usurped. It will also demand new regional elections. It is doubtful that Masoud Barzani, or any of his sons, can win such local elections after the mismanagement and disasters they caused.
In Syria the Kurdish YPG/SDF forces today took full control of Raqqa. It will take months to clear the last remands ISIS left behind. It will take years to rebuild the city as it was largely destroyed by U.S. air support during the fight against ISIS.
In Deir Ezzor the last Islamic State positions are collapsing under attacks of Syrian government forces. In a few more days and weeks the city and countryside will also be fully liberated.
The war against ISIS is coming to an end. The Kurdish independence project in Iraq has died. The Kurds in Syria will now also be cut back to size. With only 8% of the population the YPG led Kurds had taken control of 20% of the land and some 40% of the hydrocarbon resources. They will have to give up those gains.
The Kurdish forces in Syria had material and personal support from U.S. forces. Most of the equipment and munition was transported by U.S. planes to Erbil, the capital of the Kurdish region in Iraq, and from there by land through Iraqi-Syrian border stations under Barzani's control. The Iraqi government in Baghdad will now be back in control of those crossings. The flow of U.S. material into the Kurdish-Syrian areas is no longer assured.
The U.S. had long supported Kurdish autonomy in Iraq. It has now taken the side of the Iraqi central government. The (Barzani) Kurds were left hanging. The Kurds in Syria surely recognized that and they will calculate appropriately.
Meanwhile Turkish forces have invaded Idelb governate in north west Syria and nearly surrounded the Kurdish enclave of Efrin. Only Russia is holding Erdogan back from moving any further. Last weekend the military leader of the YPG/SDF in Syria, Sipan Hamo, visited Moscow. He wants Russian protection for Efrin but for that he will have to pay a price.
The Kurds in Syria will have to reconcile with the Syrian government. Political support from Washington is obviously not reliable. Without U.S. air support the Kurdish military positions are way overstretched. The flow of material support to them is now under latent control of the Baghdad which is allied with the Syrian government side. Only Damascus and its allies in Moscow can prevent the fall of Efrin.
There is no trump card left to play for the Kurds. They can hope that Russia will help them to achieve some bits of federal autonomy in areas of Syria where they are the majority. They will have to give up their other gains.
Zionist forces, which want to split up Syria, will try their best to prevent a U.S. retreat from Syria. Some in the U.S. military will want to continue their alliance with Syrian Kurds. But Turkey as well as Iraq are against further U.S. support for Kurdish forces. Without any assured air, land or sea route the U.S. military can not sustain a long term involvement in Syria. Moreover - there is nothing to gain for it.
I expect that President Trump will declare victory over ISIS in Raqqa and order the U.S. military to leave the country. There will likely be some minor involvement for months to come but the main operation will be wrapped up. What is left of ISIS in Syria's east will be rolled up by the Syrian army and its allies.
Over the last decades, and especially since the (foreign induced) Salafi insurrection weakened the states of Syria and Iraq, the Kurds had made huge territorial and political gains. But they became overly greedy and did not see that these gains were not sustainable. Iraq and Syria reasserted themselves. The "western" allies of the Kurds rediscovered that their strategic interests are best served by intact nation states.
The Kurds are an extremely diverse people. Over centuries they never found the unity among themselves that is needed to form a viable nation. The fall of their latest independence bid only confirm this weakness.
Something BIG is going on. Either one or more nations is testing new technology, or we are being visited by a civilization that could care less about being subtle about it. Ok, so let me explain something here -
These sky formations are not rocket launches, despite what the powers that be say. They are merely hoping for ignorance by saying that. These formations are happening fairly close to the ground. I don't know how close, but my guess is between 5,000 and 15,000 feet. There are two types. One type develops as a spiral that develops in concentric circles that evolve into forming a flat disc despite having a three dimensional aspect to it when it is developing. As it develops, a second section forms at a 90 degree angle to the disc. And when it is fully finished developing, it looks like this:
Ok, so look at this. There are key things about this that prove it is producing it's own energy to get it's bright appearance, and that it is not a rocket launch. The main point is that it is Brighter towards the ground This means, without question, that it is not sunlight lighting this up before sunrise, because if it was, it would be brighter at the top and not the bottom. ALL night time rocket launches, and I mean all of them, get brighter as the rocket gains elevation because as the rocket gets away from the earth the sun starts to hit the plume made by the rocket, which produces a brilliant light show against the night sky. Since the sky is obviously dark in this picture, and this anomaly is bright towards the ground, it is not the sun providing the light and lighting up a rocket launch.
Secondly, the color of the light proves it is not ground lighting producing the light, only to be subsequently picked up by a sensitive camera, because ground lighting is predominantly orange in color, and the light from this anomaly is obviously very strong in the ultra violet. These anomalies are bright enough to be picked up by old flip phones and other photographic garbage, with shots like the one above coming from a good camera.
Here's a look at the Norway spiral from the other side of it, shortly before it evolved as shown in the picture above. It is obvious in this picture that this type of spiral is the source of its own light. A very similar spiral opened up over Australia also, which proves it was not a failed Russian ICBM launch unless Russia had an identically failed test over Australia too. Doubt it.
Now let's look at a different type of spiral that appeared over Russia. Identical ones appeared over China and Israel (and probably other places) In this case, this type of spiral is more obviously a portal of some sort that is letting in a large amount of light from the other side of it, and that light is what is making the portal visible. It is obvious this is being lit by something other than itself because it is emitting light from it's center, that is spreading out in a cone shape. I would expect this if this really is a portal, and wherever the other side of it is, opened up next to a star like our sun, and that light is shining through it like our daylight. That really is the only possibility with this.
So that is really something to chew on, especially since both of these types of spirals are showing in the petroglyphs, as outlined in the Tula Giants report. Since they are recorded in ancient historic record all over the world, it is probably not us making these.
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