By: Thierry Meyssan
Turkey is currently developing a new foreign policy in two directions, first , it’s preparing to invade northern Greece. Second, it is helping in the preparation of the next British operation in the region. To achieve this, it has deployed 1,500 troops in Somalia, 35,000 in Qatar and is deploying a military unit in Sudan. All these countries are now called upon to support the new jihadist wars in the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Turkey can also establish a foothold in Djibouti and Chad, two countries within the French sphere of influence. In the same context , the old eel has recently showed up: the establishment of a Kurdish state that would be for France and the United States just like Israel for Britain and the United States, that is the real issue of the recent Macron- Erdogan summit in Paris. This project is not new, it may date back to the Sykes-Picot agreements, or the Sever conference in 1920.
While Britain was engaged in the establishment of the “Jewish national homeland” in Palestine, France was busy recruiting mercenaries from the Meles tribe to crush the Arab nationalist revolution in the cities of Raqqa and Aleppo. However, the project of the Kurdistan state did not see the light in southeastern Anatolia, contrary to the promises of US President “Woodrow Wilson” at the time. Now, after many transformations, the French-American project is coming back with the Arab Spring.
In 2011, French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe and Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu signed an unannounced agreement to establish a Kurdish state not in Turkey but in northern Syria. Erdogan, who was always opposed to the idea, accepted on the condition that he would be able to deport the Kurds out of Turkey to that state. The Pentagon’s plan was to build a Kurdish state in mid-2014, along with a Sunni state to cut off the Silk Road, and this mission was assigned to ISIS. Pentagon’s researcher Robin Wright published maps of these two states in the New York Times on September 28, 2013. But the project failed once again, although Salih Musallam joined the leaders of France and Turkey at the Elysee Palace on October 31, 2014. In return, Paris and Tel Aviv again envisioned the creation of a false Kurdish state, In Iraq, 60 countries have agreed to the idea, but project B failed at the last minute because of the US withdrawal. At the July 5, 2018 summit, Presidents Macron and Erdogan agreed to return to the previous project: the establishment of a Kurdish state in northern Syria, with two basic conditions: that its leaders publicly cut off any links with the PKK and that it won’t have any contact with the Mediterranean. The final decision in this regard, according to Khalid Issa, the representative of the People’s Protection Units in Paris, is only in the hands of the United States that has effectively transformed both the PKK and the People’s Protection Units from Marxist parties loyal to the former Soviet Union into pro-American anarchist parties. However, even this project aimed at creating a new- non-Jewish but Kurdish – Israel , has the same fate of all the previous projects that have preceded it for a century: failure.