First of all, there are already boots on the ground fighting the un-civilized scourge. You can find them in the city of Kobane surrounded by ISIS.
For ten days I have been conversing with my new Kurdish Friends on three Facebooks about the crisis in Kobane and Turkey. We have been discussing strategy. When I say “we” I mean Kurds all over the world, and, most importantly ‘The Masked Rose of Paris’ whose identity will remain a secret for now.
I posted the following on her Facebook. In the next posts I will show you why we believe a New Kurdistan should be founded within the borders of Turkey. As the Masked Rose and I exchanged ideas, these ideas became history before our eyes. We could not type and post fast enough. We were performing Cyber Magic, so urgent were we to rescue the Women Fighters of Kobane, and the brave men that fight alongside them that I have compared to the Three Hundred Spartans. Win or lose, this force will go down in history, and become a legend. Like the ancient Olympics, people have gathered on the hillside to watch True Heroism.
Some Kurds see me as a General. But I revealed myself today as a grey-haired Nazarite Prophet, with staff! At my side is my……Beautiful Rose!
Here is a video I made Sept. 28th. about three women fighters I saw on CBS. Three days later I heard three women fighters were beheaded. I found a photo of beheadings on the bottom site. I don’t want to see if she was one of the three, because she is all these brave women in one!
I will say this, anyone who cuts off anyone’s head, will be sucked down into the most horrific place in hell, and will never see Allah.
Jon the Nazarite
ISTANBUL — Turkey is playing a risky game of chicken in its negotiations with NATO partners who want it to join combat operations against the Islamic State group — and it’s blowing back with violence in Turkish cities.
As the Islamic militants rampage through Kurdish-held Syrian territory on Turkey’s border, Turkey says it won’t join the fight unless the U.S.-led coalition also goes after the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Posted 9:33 PM October 9, 2014
“The Republicans are pressuring Obama to put boots on the ground. His general are saying airstrikes alone will not save Kobane. They say retaking towns ISIS has captured is way down the road. Turkey will not set its boots inside Syria. Where is the U.S. Army going to put its boots on the ground?
|It makes sense to me to use Kobane as a model. If I were Obama I would give Erdogen a call and tell him the US is going to land special forces in Turkey, and march them into Kobane, whether he give his permission or not!
|Once the US and Kurds take back Kobane ISIS might retreat with its tail between its legs, or, call for reinforcements. PERFECT! Let the come, and check into Roach Motel. The more the merrier! More special forces land, and more jets are in the air bombing ISIS out in the open as it heads for Kobane. We need an airbase for many drones. Obama tells Erdogan he is going to use a neaby base in Turkey – whether likes it or not!
|If Ergogan use his military in any manner against our boots on the ground, we declare war on Turkey, kick this liars ass, and create the New Nation of Kurdistan that will be a safe haven for our troops.The United States has a long history of coming to the aid of people in dire distress. Erdogan has made that almost impossible with his insane demands. Ignore him! Do the right thing, America!Several thousand Kurdish fighters are still in control of Syrian border town of Kobane despite an all-out attack by a much better-equipped and numerically superior İslamic State army since mid-September.
However, their resistance has failed to impress US military planners, whose aim is to “degrade” IS by air strikes in Syria as well as Iraq.
Echoing Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s words, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen Martin Dempsey, predicted two days ago that the town would fall to IS.
But as his views were aired, Kurdish fighters on the ground launched a counter-attack against IS before the jihadists were able to get reinforcements from Raqqa, Jarablus and Tal Abyad to carry out a renewed offensive.
The US military has predicted that not only Kobane, but other towns could also fall to IS.
“We don’t have a willing, capable, effective partner on the ground inside Syria right now,” Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm John Kirby said on Wednesday.
‘Willing to help’
But Kurdish officials inside Kobane have challenged Rear Adm Kirby’s claim, saying that effective airstrikes will save Kobane because there is an effective fighting force on the ground.
Asya Abdullah, a co-leader of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) representing Syrian Kurds, told the BBC that they were ready to work with US-led coalition forces.
“We have provided coalition forces with the coordinates of IS targets on the ground and are willing to continue providing any help they will request,” she said.