found at the counterjihadreport blog HERE, originally at:
Front Page Magazine, by Daniel Greenfield, July 19, 2017:
“…the United States cannot and should not be a member of any military alliance that includes an Islamic terror state. In this case, we have one Islamic terror state passing information to another Islamic terror state against an infidel enemy.
Our “Turkish allies” against Islamic terror are as trustworthy as our “Pakistani allies” were.
In the latest display of Turkish anger at U.S. policy in Syria, the state news agency has divulged the locations of 10 U.S. military bases and outposts in northern Syria where the U.S. is leading an operation to destroy the so-called Islamic State in its self-styled capital of Raqqa.
The list published by the Anadolu news agency points to a U.S. presence from one end to the other of the Kurdish self-administration region—a distance of more than 200 miles. The Anadolu news agency even listed the number of U.S. troops in several locations and in two instances stipulated the presence of French special forces.
Although Turkey’s powerful president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, regularly vents his anger at the U.S., it is still highly unusual for a NATO ally to reveal details of a U.S. military deployment during active operations in a war zone…
Spokesmen for Operation Inherent Resolve, the U.S.-led coalition fighting ISIS, and for the U.S. Central Command in Tampa, Florida, asked The Daily Beast not to publish the detailed information reported by Anadolu.
“The discussion of specific troop numbers and locations would provide sensitive tactical information to the enemy which could endanger Coalition and partner forces,” wrote Col. Joe Scrocca, coalition director of public affairs.
“Publishing this type of information would be professionally irresponsible and we respectively [sic] request that you refrain from disseminating any information that would put Coalition lives in jeopardy.”
But that was Turkey’s goal.
Once upon a time, Turkey had a free press. Successive crackdowns by the Islamic terror regime of Erdogan has eliminated a free press. The Anadolu Agency these days churns out Erdogan’s Great Leader propaganda. It’s part of the government media and it’s highly likely that this would not have been published without government prompting.
The United States should take steps to punish Turkey for endangering our national security…”
If my analysis of Bible prophecy timing the arrival of the Antichrist has any merit at all, we should watch dictator Erdogan as the prime candidate. Prophecy pointed to mid 2016 for the politician who would prove to be the Antichrist seizing more dictatorial power. I had once suggested Barack Obama and June 2016 as my best guess, but Erdogan seized more power in a fake coup in July 2016 that let him round up over 50,000 journalists, military officers, judges, professors – any who spoke against him or his Islamist agenda at all. Goodbye, everything Turkey once was (NATO ally, a democracy, a secular and non-religious government…) Hello, enemy of the West!
In my most recent book, Nostradamus prophecies detail the rise of a new Islamic Empire incorporating not just the Islamic heartland (the Middle East, specifically including Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Arabia) but also allied with Muslims clear through to Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco – invading Europe and waging jihad from the Atlantic Ocean to the Ganges River in India. Turkey is mentioned very often as having a leadership role in the Islamic Alliance that invades Europe in WWIII.