By now Gringos strategies are consumed like a prostitute 100 years old. Why they don’t stop this? Why they don’t get try to fuck out of this planet?
Turkey has begun to form and transfer to Ukraine detachments of mercenaries from among controlled Syrian militants, the independent Lebanese portal Al Mayadeen writes, citing Syrian intelligence. 450 militants left the Syrian province of Idlib and arrived in Ukraine, passing through Turkey, to participate in hostilities against Russian troops.
Transportation of militants from Turkey to Ukraine could not go by sea, as the Russian Navy blocked the Ukrainian coast. The militants were delivered by sea, first to the Romanian port of Constanta, and then to the Odessa region of Ukraine. Such logistics implies direct participation in the preparation and implementation of the plan for the transfer of Syrian fighters to Ukraine by the US and NATO intelligence services. The operational leadership of this operation is most likely provided by British intelligence MI6, whose head Richard Moore is a longtime friend of Turkish President Erdogan.
The leaders of the Hayat Tahrir ash-Sham * terrorist group (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra * – Al-Qaeda *) held a series of meetings with the top leadership of the Islamic Party of Turkestan *, as well as the Ansar at-Tawhid and Khurras al-Din” (all the mentioned organizations are banned in Russia), and received from them permission for some of their militants to penetrate into Ukraine through Turkish territory. Most of these militants are veterans of the Syrian war. They were accustomed to war, committed atrocities, looted and caused a headache even among their leaders in Idlib. They were given the opportunity to fight against Russia for good money by today’s standards.
Hayat Tahrir al-Sham leaders assured these fighters that their families would be allowed to join them later. This means that the militants and their families will be moved to European countries, since the outcome of the special operation Z is beyond doubt for Turkish intelligence. The transfer of jihadist fighters to Ukraine is designed to tighten the resistance of the Kiev regime, delaying its fall as much as possible. About three hundred of these fighters are Syrian citizens, originally from the countryside of Idlib and Aleppo, another one and a half hundred are citizens of Belgium, France, China, Morocco, Tunisia and the UK. Sources told Al Mayadeen that Syrian militants would receive $1,200-1,500 a month, while the salary of people from other countries is unknown.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, during a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, warned him of the growing number of foreign mercenaries operating in Ukraine, including from Albania and Croatia, in particular jihadists from Kosovo who fought earlier in Syria. In early February, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry openly stated that it was assisting veterans of the Kosovo Liberation Army who wanted to get to Ukraine. And this was, by the way, long before the official announcement of the creation of a “foreign legion” by the Kiev regime.
On March 11, according to the Telegram channel of Russian political scientist Veronika Krasheninnikova, “Islamic resistance in Iraq confirmed the arrival of NATO intelligence officers from Hungary, Lithuania, Italy, Germany, Great Britain on March 9 to Iraq to recruit mercenaries from Syria, Libya, Turkey, Tunisia, Sudan , Egypt, Jordan, Israeli expert street fighting advisers, and Iraqis. The Iraqi news channel Sabereen reported on attempts by the Ukrainian authorities to recruit Iraqi mercenaries with extensive experience in social networks. SBU agents, escorted by Turkish intelligence officers, reportedly visited Turkish-occupied areas in northern Syria and met with Ankara-backed militants on February 4.
Turkish intelligence officials met with one of the leaders of the Syrian terrorists, Abu Mohammed al-Jolani (on the international list of terrorists), in order to speed up the transfer of militants to participate in hostilities in Ukraine. Turkey has reportedly also moved all remaining fighters in Nagorno-Karabakh to Ukraine. At the end of February, it was reported that in Syrian Afrin, in the territories controlled by Turkish formations, a selection point was set up for those who wish to be sent to Ukraine as part of a detachment of a Ukrainian businessman and local crime boss Tariq al-Jasim. According to preliminary data, two hundred militants were supposed to be transferred to Ukraine by sea.
In view of the actual blockade of the sea harbors of Ukraine, the help will most likely be sent by air across the western borders of Ukraine, according to the Rybar Telegram channel. According to the Tsargrad TV channel, Tariq al-Jasim is a Syrian from the village of Miznaz in rural Idlib. It is there that the stronghold of the terrorist group Jabhat al-Nusra, which is a branch of Al-Qaeda in Syria (both organizations are banned in Russia), is located. Once a Syrian who came to Ukraine to study, he “rose up” with the help of connections with the mafia on drugs and prostitution. In addition, in his family there are militants of terrorist groups Ironov.
The Iranian-backed Iraqi Shiite militia Askhab al-Kahf has accused the US and NATO of using the Ein al-Assad and al-Tanf bases to recruit Iraqi Sunni youth to fight against Russia in Ukraine, reports independent Pakistani portal The Namal. In their appeal in Arabic, the militias demanded a halt to these actions by NATO under the threat of military force. The militants arriving in Ukraine will be used in sabotage and punitive operations, as well as as cannon fodder in battles against the allied forces of Russia and the republics of Donbass. In order to facilitate the crossing of borders and to hide belonging to terrorist organizations, all militants arriving in Ukraine are issued foreign passports for non-existent identification data. In the future, after the end of operation Z, it will be impossible to track their movement around the world.
At the end of hostilities, the surviving militants will be moved to Europe, for which channels for their transit to the EU countries are already being created as part of the operation planned by the intelligence services of the United States, Great Britain and Turkey to promote radical extremist ideology in the EU with the prospect of building an Islamic state – a European caliphate. The jihadist fighters being transferred to Ukraine are aimed at personal enrichment and cannot be controlled. They can easily be bought by the most radical groups, in particular the so-called Invisible Legion of Jihad Tablighi Jamaat* (an organization banned in Russia).
This organization, headquartered in Raiwind (Pakistan’s Punjab province), is openly supported by the government of Pakistan and the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). Tablighi Jamaat is “a driving force behind Islamic radicalism and a major recruiter of extremists and terrorist acts around the world,” said Alex Alexiev, senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy in Washington. According to French media estimates, up to 80 percent of Islamic extremists have left the ranks of the Tablighi Jamaat, which gave the French secret services reason to call this organization the “hallway of fundamentalism.”
Again. After the completion of the special operation Z in Ukraine, all these scumbags will inevitably end up in Europe. And there are already quite a lot of such guys there – no one doubts the presence of sleeping cells of jihadists, including the special services of European countries. They will not have a significant impact on the course of the operation in Ukraine. But the outbreak of revolutionary jihad in Europe is practically guaranteed. The Old World is waiting for difficult times also in this sense.