US Secretary of State John Kerry (left) visits Saudi Arabia
Recent US "negotiations" regarding the use of military facilities in Turkey and Saudi Arabia to train "moderate" opposition forces is further proof of the kabuki theater and misinformation that continues to be propagated across Western media.
To those of us who have been closely following developments in the Middle East region, it's incredibly obvious that there's been a longstanding relationship between NATO and regional allies to recruit, train, finance, arm and direct foreign mercenary forces to illegally attack and destroy Syria.
These same subversive strategic alliances have applied similar tactics across the region for decades
. Most recent initiatives over the past few years have resulted in the creation of a mercenary force now being called "ISIS", one of the more formidable and well armed Western-backed mercenary monsters the region has encountered.
In complete contrast to Pentagon and US State Department misinformation, embedded and associated clandestine operatives from the US, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Israel, Jordan and other allied NATO and Persian Gulf state intelligence organizations continue to cooperatively plan, coordinate and direct initiatives for their new Frankenstein, "ISIS".
More specifically, the US and Turkey are deceitfully claiming
"tense negotiations" and disunity with regard to the use of its bases for operations against "ISIS" and a no-fly zone in Syria. When in fact, Turkey and other NATO members and allies are deliberately coordinating efforts when it comes to reconciling "ISIS" mercenaries. For example, US military officials and Western media have deceitfully described the "bombing campaign" across Syria as a failure.
Even the most inexperienced military analyst can easily determine that coalition "airstrikes" in Syria were deliberately limited in number and effectiveness, as hardly any "ISIS" forces or advanced military infrastructure were even targeted.
To give a comparison, over 1000 aircraft and 38,000 combat missions were conducted over a 10 week period during the Kosovo War in the spring of 1999, while less than 50-100 combat missions were made in and around Ayn al-Arab (aka Kobani) over a four week period, with the majority of "airstrikes" occurring in the latter part of the second week of October, well after "ISIS" mercenaries were already in position to wreak havoc on one of the largest and most strategic cities controlled by the PKK and YPG (arch enemies to both Iraqi Kurds and Turkey). Coincidence? Hardly.
The US, Turkey and other NATO members and allies have worked closely together for nearly four years providing air defense operations and clandestine logistics, support and intelligence to train, harbor, arm, prepare and protect mercenaries all along Turkey's border with Syria.
Until earlier this year, these same mercenaries controlled nearly all the border crossings between Turkey and Syria.