President Don’s blamed the crisis on Turkey. And he has announced he will impose America’s dreaded sanctions upon Turkey. Sanctions; sanctions
like and beyond those Don’s used to bring China to its knees, in a Trade War. Turkey quakes, awaiting, sanctions.
And so it has come to pass that in next to no time, Putin’s Russia has recaptured some of the former Soviet Union’s territory and its storied, glory.
Surreally, the pale boy from Leningrad, thanks to Alexander Dugin, has been super-imposed, upon His Story.
Russia’s military presence makes it the de facto power broker in Syria. Turkey aims for a “safe zone” between Turkey and Syria; a buffer
area, to Syria’s Kurds; allowing resettlement of millions of Syrian refugees, now living, on a less, than safe, border.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey on Wednesday called for the Kurdish fighters battling his self-defending troops in Syria to lay down
their weapons and withdraw. To make room for refugees coming home to Syria; from Turkey they’ll be coming on down.
Trump’s temper tantrum today was due to the number of Republicans joining Democrats in condemnation of the president’s decision to abandon
the Kurds. And even up until the time of their betrayal, they sensed that the president, would have them — abandoned.
“History will look upon you favorably if you get this done the right and humane way. It will look upon you forever as the devil if good things
don’t happen. Don’t be a tough guy. Don’t be a fool!” Don’s letter to Erdogan was, extraordinary … if anything.
Don’s production of the letter was taken as an attempt by the president to show all in the room that he was being tough on Erdoğan and in
addition as an effort to convince them he didn’t greenlight the Turkish invasion … and the atrocities … happening.