Video: China Considers Deploying Special Forces in Syria

China looks to join Russia in directly confronting US forces in Syria.

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Global Research, December 01, 2017
South Front 30 November 2017

The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the National Defense Forces (NDF) have captured the villages of Ramlah, Mazra’a and Aziza Abisan southwest of the town of Khanasir in southwestern Aleppo, according to pro-government sources.

This advance is a part of a wider effort aimed at recapturing the Abu al-Duhur Airbase and the nearby town from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda).

Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) has reportedly recaptured the village of Abu Ajwa in northeastern Hama from ISIS. The tensions between ISIS and HTS in the area are allowing the SAA and the NDF to expand their zone of control in the area without significant casualties.

Unknown aircraft bombed two HQs of the HTS-allied Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP) in the town of Kherbet Eljoz in northern Idlib. Unknown aircraft also destroyed two…

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2 thoughts on “Video: China Considers Deploying Special Forces in Syria

  1. While our new government celebrates its victory in passing a tax bill for the super rich – who have no allegiance to our nation – at the expense of the 99 Percent, America’s continued decline as the world’s sole superpower is underway. The cost of our endless and costly wars to reshape the world in our image has weakened the fabric of our nation.


  2. Rosaliene, I’m include to agree with Alfred McCoy’s view that the costly wars in the Middle East are the number one cause of America’s economic decline. There’s no question in my mind that China is now the number one global power. The US is number 2 and continuing to decline. I see a strong likelihood that Japan may surpass the US as number 2 owing to their government’s willingness to adapt monetary reform that reduces their reliance on private banks to finance their economy (essentially the Japanese government issued money to erase the debt they owed their banks).

    The US could do this, as well, and it’s my personal belief this is the only thing that could save them from becoming a third world country. Contrary to popular belief 97% of the money in circulation is created out of thin air by banks when they issue loans. These loans take two forms – public debt, which is money governments borrow from banks, and private debt, which is money individuals borrow from banks (mortgage, student, credit card loans, etc). I’m part of a growing global movement to have democratically elected governments take back this function from banks.


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