Voice of the White House
April 14, 2018
Guest editorial by Christian Jürs
Washington, D.C.: Trump sees his bombing of Damascus as a great moral victory for him. The military, and other groups, persuaded him not to launch an attack on any area with Russians present lest they retaliate and start a major conflict. Trump does not learn and he, and his new supporter Bolton, are planning more mischief, both in the Middle East and in the Ukraine.
Bolton has suggested a false flag operation that would allow American troops to enter Syria in force and, by engaging the Syrian army, to effect a regeime change. Bolton is doing this because he is in the Isreali’s pocket. They hate Iran and fear a rocket attack by Iran-supported Hezbollah in southern Lebanon. To start this project nearly 3,600 U.S. troops, including Marines with the MEU, will be in Jordan by the 13-14 of this month for a purported “training exercise” to be called ‘Eager Lion.’ The military units for MEU include thousands of Marines, AV-8B Harriers, MV-22 Ospreys, and attack helicopters.
And from Augusta Bay in Italy, the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock New York which has onboard Marines and Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron VMM 162 (Reinforced), was moved to a position at the eastern end of the Mediterranean.
The largest ship with the MEU is the amphibious assault ship Iwo Jima. The U.S. Marines assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 162 (Reinforced), are the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU).
These will be off the coast of Syria and close to the Russian naval facilities at Tartus.
And at the same time, there is mischief being planned in the Ukraine.
The massive CIA presence in that country, combined with the US military such as the 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Joint Multinational Training Group-Ukraine, located at the Yavoriv Combat Training Center in western Ukraine, will be formed to launch a military attack on the Crimea, following a false flag Russian incursion into the Ukraine with the goal of seizing the naval base at Sevastopol and securing extensive oil deposits off the Crimean coast.
Since Crimea was annexed in 2014, the U.S. and Ukrainian military units have expanded from 100,000 troops to nearly 250,000.
From the beginning of the conflict in Donbass a case can be made that the Central Intelligence Agency has had a role in operations inside the Ukraine. The plans for this operation go back to when Russia first started the BRICS organization about 2009.
At this point in time, the US decided to support a color revolution in Kiev and install trusted corrupt spies it already had in place within the Ukrainian government, Petro Poroshenko being the most prominent in the CIA’s pocket.
During the Maidan Operation, the CIA dealt with coordination of the sniper teams as well as security for US assets in Ukraine’s government and liaison activity with strong neo-Nazi elements it had been financing in Right Sector and Svoboda.
The CIA operations involved persons operating under diplomatic cover out of the US embassy in Kiev and safe houses with secure communications in major cities in the conflict area.
By utilizing private security groups like Blackwater, Academi and 20 other US mercenary firms, the CIA was fully able to provide killers for operational use.
Numbers vary on known numbers of actual CIA operatives in Ukraine.
They are supported by NSA satellite intelligence, communications intercepts, and logistics from the CIA.
Military hardware used by such forces will be very high quality western in origin. It is, and has been, sterile and not official US military issue. Signs of such forces include high quality rifle scopes and optics, special weapon systems, high grade commercial communications devices and uniforms not normally worn by UAF forces.
In emergency situations US helicopter assets from outside Ukraine may be called upon for extract or support as during the 2015 Apache helicopter mission within Donbass.
The use of such mercenaries is illegal under both UN conventions and international law, but the United States refuses to sign such treaties just as it refuses to be a party to an International Court out of legitimate fear of war crimes charges against it’s leaders and military personnel.