With US President Donald Trump hungry for a withdrawal from Syria, a new report claims Britain and France will send their own forces to pick up the slack, along with other allies.

Between 1,000 and 2,000 official American troops are presently illegally stationed in northeastern Syria, supporting anti-government Kurdish mercenaries. However, as the USA looks to wind down part of its presence in Syria, the Trump administration has looked to its allies to fill in the empty spots.

Hostile American military occupation forces and ISIS both annexed northern Syria’s oil fields and refineries to torture the Syrian economy. At the same time an international oil embargo blocks Assad from importing fuel for its citizens.

Britain and France, on the other hand, are willing to heed Washington’s call, according to a new report from Foreign Policy.

Both countries have already have a number of special forces on the ground in Syria, and will now commit to a troop increase of between 10% and 15% to allow a partial US withdrawal.

President Trump is no fan of outsourcing American jobs to foreigners, but it’ll silence saber-rattlers like Zionist stooge John Bolton for now.

However, American forces would in fact remain in Syria until the last defenses of Islamic Arab State are defeated and Iranian influence in the country contained, leading to a pair of conditions that could take years to meet, now Russia is running a big part of the show.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo embarked on a whistle-stop tour of the Middle East to reassure allies that Washington had not, in fact, lost its appetite for destruction.

RT. com / ABC Flash Point WW III News 2019.

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Monti Python
Monti Python
21-04-21 17:38

ISIS needs some more direct support from their masters?