REVEALED: Kurdish ‘PKK’ Terrorists Were Rebranded by Obama Officials to Dupe the U.S. Public
The fake news, Democratic Party, and neoconservatives within the GOP have gone into hysterics over President Donald Trump’s recent decision to remove troops from Northern Syria, in what they are calling a betrayal of Kurdish allies.
Big League Politics has reported on the Kurds setting ISIS terrorists free at several key junctures throughout 2017 when the war against the caliphate was not yet decided. We also reported that the Kurds have been releasing ISIS terrorists in recent days as a ploy to lure U.S. troops back into the region.
The reason why a Kurdish terrorist group in Syria has gained widespread mainstream esteem is because of a public relations campaign that originated during the Obama administration.
US Special Operations Command commander General Raymond Thomas explained durig a 2017 interview how he worked as an Obama administration official to help re-brand the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), an infamous terrorist organization, as the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) to help them gain sympathy with the unsuspecting American public:
General Raymond Thomas, commander of US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) explains how they knowingly whitewashed the US-designated terrorist group #PKK in order to arm and support them in #Syria. (2017 interview) #SDF pic.twitter.com/coiM0VQynJ
— Ibn Walid (@walid970721) October 15, 2019
The PKK is a group that formed as a Marxist-Leninist resistance faction that has sought to unite the Kurds, and targeted Turkey with acts of terrorist violence for over three decades. They are listed formally as a terrorist organization by the United States, European Union, United Kingdom, Turkey, and Japan.
“The Kurds will defend themselves to the end, so long as this is the Turkish approach – of course the PKK will escalate the war. Not only in Kurdistan, but in the rest of Turkey as well,” PKK leader Cemil Bayik said in a BBC interview in 2016.
Over 40,000 people have died in the ongoing conflict between the PKK and the Turks. Turkish dictator Recep Erdogan has taken a hard-line approach in stopping the terrorist violence of PKK.
“It is not possible for us to continue the peace process with those who threaten our national unity and brotherhood,” Erdogan has said about the PKK.
Now, Turkey is conducting military exercises against the re-branded PKK in Northern Syria, and they believe their adversaries deserve no sympathy.
“It is clearly obvious that our operation targets not the Syrian people, or the Kurds there, but terrorists,” Erdogan said about their recent military operations against the Kurds.
“Turkey’s military power is sufficient to crash the terrorist organization in a couple of days in all of the operation zone, if we did not act sensitively [on civilian casualties],” he added. “But we work as precise as a jeweler and show utmost efforts not to allow even one civilian’s nosebleed.”
With the facts being made clear regarding the Turkish-PKK conflict, President Trump’s decision to remove U.S. troops from harm’s way makes more sense.