What Judea Wants, Judea Gets–NATO to expand mission in Iraq by 3,500 troops

What Judea Wants, Judea Gets–NATO to expand mission in Iraq by 3,500 troops

ed note–Memo to all those ‘experts’ in the ‘911 trooth moovmnt’ and to all other assorted self-awarded ‘Geo-Pol PhD’s who refused to recognize/acknowledge the fact that DJT was targetted for destruction by the organized forces of anti-Gentilism due to his refusal to continue on with the 24/7/365 non-stop Purim celebration otherwise known as ‘the war on terror’ and who are now chirping in unison that ‘BIDEN IS A WARMONGER PUT INTO THE WHITE HOUSE BY NETANYAHU IN ORDER TO KEEP THE CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS GOING’–

Don’t even start…

You had 5 years to figure out the obvious, which was that a very complex game of political chess was taking place in front of your eyes, and rather than admit that maybe you weren’t as smart as you imagined and that maybe your ‘math’ was a little off in this situation, decided instead to ‘go with the flow’ of what was the ‘conventional wisdom’ amongst the ‘troother brigade’ that DJT was a ‘zio-front man’ out to start WWIII per Netanyahu’s orders.

In so doing, y’all assisted NeoCon Inc in its mission of destroying the one man who would have kept America out of these wars for Israel’s benefit.

As far as the piece itself and the info contained therein, it is obvious where all of this is headed as demonstrated within the very last 3 sentences of the article, to wit–

Plans for an expanded NATO footprint follows the rocket attack Monday on Erbil International Airport, a military air base in northern Iraq, which killed a civilian contractor and injured nine people, including a U.S. service member…The militant Shia group Saraya Awliya al-Dam backed by Iran claimed credit for the attack, though the Biden administration has not publicly confirmed who is responsible for the strike…The State Department on Wednesday vowed ‘consequences for any group responsible for this attack.’

 

The Hill

NATO will expand its security training mission in Iraq by thousands of troops following a deadly rocket attack on a military air base earlier this week.

The 30-member alliance will increase its personnel in Iraq from 500 to about 4,000, a move to prevent the war-torn country from becoming a breeding ground for terrorists, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced Thursday.

“ISIS still operates in Iraq and we need to make sure they’re not able to return,” Stoltenberg told reporters at the end of a two-day virtual NATO defense ministers meeting.

He said NATO’s efforts will now include more Iraqi security institutions and areas beyond Baghdad, though their presence “is conditions-based and increases in troop numbers will be incremental.”

He added that the Iraqi government had made a request for the expanded mission, which will begin in the coming months.

NATO has been in Iraq since 2004 to train Iraqi security forces. Its current training mission, which began in 2018, is meant to help the Iraqi forces prevent ISIS from resurging.

The increase in NATO troops could possibly ease pressure on U.S. forces in Iraq, where about 2,500 troops are based for a mission separate from the alliance.

A senior Defense official told reporters earlier this week that the Pentagon “welcomes NATO’s increased focus on Iraq,” but would not say if it would itself add more troops to the training mission.

Plans for an expanded NATO footprint follows the rocket attack Monday on Erbil International Airport, a military air base in northern Iraq, which killed a civilian contractor and injured nine people, including a U.S. service member.

The militant Shia group Saraya Awliya al-Dam backed by Iran claimed credit for the attack, though the Biden administration has not publicly confirmed who is responsible for the strike.

The State Department on Wednesday vowed ‘consequences for any group responsible for this attack.’