Thomas Wictor

Pentagon confirms Arab League invasion of Syria

Pentagon confirms Arab League invasion of Syria

I love improvement. I love audacious courage. I love selflessness. I love competence. All the signs pointed to it, and now I have the evidence, as provided by the Pentagon: The Arab League has invaded Syria and is in the process of smashing everyone deserving of smashage.

First, however, I should mention that March 4, 2016, was a red-letter day in that a famous Republican pundit called me “an amusing Trumpkin” because I object to being called a Nazi, and then a person likened me to a supporter of Hamas, even though I’ve debunked Hamas propaganda on behalf of that person’s country. She told me that intelligent, logical, humane people intervene when their friends are hurting themselves, so she had a duty to make me see reality.

Therefore I’m done with politics. I’m not going to talk about it anymore. What’s funny is that nobody is capable of perceiving what’s happening. As is often the case, I appear to be the only one lucid enough to understand the importance of what we all see. But I’m not going to get into it. Insane people are no longer allowed to engage me.


You’re going to be so unhappy in November. Ha.

Pentagon goes there

It’s no secret that President Obama is the most risk-averse Commander-in-Chief we’ve had. Because of his pathological indecisiveness, other nations embarked on crash military buildups. This was actually a blessing in disguise, since the US has made nothing but terrible decisions in the Middle East. Now, Middle Easterners have put aside ancient hatreds and are forging a unified region.

The driving force behind the change is Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman.


He’s turned most of Saudi Arabia’s former enemies into allies. However, he understands the dictum of “Peace through superior firepower.” I’m going to show you a video that you won’t believe. It confirms everything I hypothesized: The Arab League and its allies have created battalion-sized units called “C6ISR forces,” special operators who are now strategic assets. Think of them as land-bound carrier strike groups.


The Arab League can now project power with 800-man units that are organized as follows.


The video I’ll show you is like nothing ever caught on film. What you’ll see is precision mayhem. The Arab League can now unleash tornadoes. They’ve captured lightning in a bottle.

But first, the Pentagon has made a statement unprecedented in American history.

General Philip Breedlove, commander, U.S. European Command, and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe

March 1, 2024

Russia has chosen to be an adversary and poses a long-term, existential threat to the U.S. and to our European allies and partners.

The US has never before called Russia an existential threat. General Breedlove would not make this claim unless he had permission to do so from President Obama. The general repeated himself.

I don’t think I’ve really raised the rhetoric. This is the same word I’ve used. This is the same word other senior leaders in our defense establishment have used, including our new chairman, and we’ve been using it for some time.

Even a pathologically risk-averse president understands that existential threats must be reduced. Luckily we have allies who have the will, the skills, and the weapons to do it. They began by killing all the Russian generals in Syria. Now our allies are targeting…

Pentagon used to fight like this

The US Air Force is retiring the Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II, known as the Warthog.


Originally designed as a tank buster, it’s armed with the 30mm GAU-8 Avenger cannon.



Now it’s used for close air support (CAS), helping ground troops out of tight spots.

In 2015 Congress defied the Pentagon and appropriated enough funding for half of the A-10 fleet. Boeing Corporation had rebuilt the wing spars of this 44-year-old aircraft, which will allow the A-10 to fly for another 44 years, if necessary. In June of 2015, Boeing announced that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates wanted to purchase our mothballed A-10s.

The sale obviously went through. Camouflaged A-10s have been filmed over Syria.


American A-10s are light gray. More importantly, the US Air Force has said that A-10s are too vulnerable to be used in Syria.

Behold how Arab pilots fly the A-10 in defense of Kurds at Tell Abyad, Syria, on February 27, 2016. The GAU-8 cannon fires at 0:16.

Rooftop level. Nobody has ever flown an A-10 so low that the sound of the firing merges with the sound of the rounds striking the target.

From 0:24 you hear dozens of machine guns open up; at 0:34 someone fires about 100 rounds in less than a second. It’s another new weapon. Then the A-10 makes a second run. The attack on the Kurds was repelled; 150 Islamic State terrorists were killed, probably in about two minutes. Special operators in assault vehicles ambushed the jihadists and wiped them out to a man.


Sunni Muslims killing other Sunni Muslims to protect atheist Kurds. But the Kurds still won’t film these Arab and allied special forces. That tells me that the Arab League will never take credit. They’re bigger than that.

And it wasn’t the US helping the Kurds. Here are the air strikes we carried out in Syria on February 27, 2016.


Nowhere near Tell Abayd.


Besides, American CAS pilots don’t fly that low. Emiratis do. Guess who also helped the Kurds?

Russia’s Defence Ministry said on Sunday its coordination center in Syria had received information about an attack on the Syrian town of Tel Abyad from Turkish territory using large-caliber artillery, Interfax news agency reported.

The Turks shelled the Islamic State. There’s no physical evidence that Turkey has shelled the Kurds even once. Russia is trying to turn the west against Turkey and Arab Sunni Muslims against the Kurds.

Pentagon is hamstrung

In the US, politicians give the military their orders. Other politicians use our wars to score political points. Both parties do it. The Republicans did it to President Clinton, the Democrats did it to President Bush, and now the Republicans are doing it again to President Obama. They’re all pukes. Nobody in the political class can grasp the concept of honor.

So the Pentagon can’t defeat Russia.

However, the Arab League can. Putin must be really having his butt handed to him in Syria, because yesterday Russia began posting hysterical, wish-casting videos, using the bizarre Australian-accented voiceover artist who appears in all their Third World-level propaganda.

I’m not sure how much Putin understands. If he’s like my Russian former friend the army colonel, he’s a petulant child in a man’s body.


Still, the Syrian conflict won’t spiral into a global war. The Arab League now has capabilities that can defeat Russia in a transnational war, which is why Arabs are doing the fighting that the US can no longer stomach.

In the past eight years, the US transferred its most modern military technology to the Arab League. Then the Israelis tinkered with it.

My guess is that we won’t see video of thirty Russian bombers falling in flames from the sky. The Arab League has nothing to prove. Publicly humiliating the devolved cave-munchkin Putin would be counterproductive.


There’s virtually no combat footage from Yemen, but look at this.

The national army and the popular resistance have liberated more than 85 percent of the Yemeni territories from the grip of the Houthis and the forces of the ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemeni President Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi said in an exclusive interview.

Yemenis are getting the credit. That’s what will happen in Syria. The locals will be in control of their own fate, having earned it with their blood, and then the men who fly A-10 Warthogs at rooftop level will go home.

Russia recently put out another fake video that unwittingly exposed the truth. These are Kurds, not Syrian Arab Army, Hezbollah, or Iraqi militia.

The screen grab below identifies the fighters as Kurds in Masqan (Maskan), Aleppo Governorate, on January 14, 2014.


Only Kurds use armored front-end loaders to rapidly build earthen berms as protection.


See what looks like a paraglider (red arrow) in the sky at Masqan?


It’s the Firefly Guided Precision Aerial Delivery System (GPADS).


The ram-air canopy and GPS guidance allow supplies to be dropped right where you want them. Airborne Systems sells GPADS to the United Arab Emirates. That means that the Arab League was already helping the Kurds in January of 2014.

The two men marked with red arrows below are wearing helmets and knee pads.


They’re Arab professional special operators.

The entire Arab League involvement in Syria has been a stunning deception operation. While we make fools of ourselves barking our love for politicians, the Arab League and its allies have quietly reshaped the Middle East for the better.

Good for them.

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